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What's New to Amazon Prime and Instant Video in September 2015

September is coming -- and that means back to school, back to autumn leaves, and back to TV season. Huzzah! Amazon just released its list of September titles available for streaming on Prime and for rental or purchase on Amazon Instant Video. (If you missed the August titles, here they are.) They're offering tons of new episodes from the Fall 2015 TV season, and several recent blockbuster movies like "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (plus bonus features), "Pitch Perfect 2," and "Cinderella."

Check out all the September additions below.

New in September - Available for Streaming on Prime

TV

Hand of God

Season 1

9/4/15

Grimm

Season 4

9/30/15

Movies

Little Giants

9/1/15

Maya the Bee

9/1/15

Private Parts

9/1/15

Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows

9/1/15

The Blair Witch Project

9/1/15

Desperately Seeking Susan

9/1/15

Hannah and Her Sisters

9/1/15

Killer Klowns From Outer Space

9/1/15

Lord of Illusions

9/1/15

Popeye

9/1/15

The Crucible (1996)

9/1/15

The Swan Princess (1994)

9/1/15

Hannibal Rising (2007)

9/1/15

Anywhere But Here

9/1/15

Stuart Little

9/3/15

Dear White People
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Nick D’Agosto Headlines How I Met Your Mother Spinoff How I Met Your Dad

Nick D’Agosto, best known for his roles in Final Destination 5 and the Showtime original series Masters Of Sex, has been cast alongside Andrew Santino, Greta Gerwig, Drew Tarver and Krysta Rodriguez in CBS’ upcoming How I Met Your Mother spinoff How I Met Your Dad. Himym is poised to wrap up its 9-season run at the end of this month, and production on the spinoff will start shortly after.

D’Agosto has been the bright spot in a number of formulaic big studio comedies, showcasing his comedic chops in films such as Fired Up and Extreme Movie. As for his main co-star, Gerwig is an inspired choice, fresh off her role in critical darling Frances Ha. The rest of the cast are more unproven entities, with a handful of TV appearances under their collective belts.

The pilot was written by Himym creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, in collaboration with Emily Spivey,
See full article at We Got This Covered »

Syfy Announces Leads Cast in Bryan Fuller’s Pilot High Moon

We told you back in April that Bryan Fuller‘s pilot for Syfy, High Moon, had gone into production. Four months later they’re announcing lead casting, so I’m trying to not be concerned about the time that’s elapsed, and instead be pleased about this forward momentum.

I love Bryan Fuller‘s work with Our Kind of Shows (Pushing Daisies, Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls and more), so I’d really love to see this one go forward.

Chris Diamantopoulos And Jake Sandvig Sign On For Lead Roles In Syfy’S New Scripted Series Pilot High Moon

New York – August 13, 2013 – Syfy has inked actors Chris Diamantopoulos and Jake Sandvig for starring roles in High Moon, a 90-minute pilot, co-produced by Universal Cable Productions and Lark Productions set to commence shooting August 26 in Vancouver BC. The project is based on the novel “The Lotus Caves” by John Christopher.

High Moon is an imaginative,
See full article at ScifiMafia »

Universal Hits Record $1.8 Billion at Overseas Box Office

  • The Wrap
Universal Hits Record $1.8 Billion at Overseas Box Office
With more than $1.8 billion at the international box office in 2013, Universal Pictures International has registered its biggest year ever. The studio said Tuesday that Monday's grosses pushed it to the new standard. Universal's success has been propelled by hits "Les Misérables" ($293 million),  "Fast & Furious 6" ($544.4 million) and "Despicable Me 2" ($410 million) and also by the solid performance of films like "Mama" ($75.9 million) and "Oblivion" ($197.1 million).  Also read: How an Extreme Movie Makeover Saved 'Fast & Furious' From Going Direct to DVD Currently, Upi has the second-
See full article at The Wrap »

Chilean Shocker ‘Hidden In The Woods’ Gets a U.S. Release This September

A film that I have been hearing about for the past year is a Chilean exploitation film called Hidden in the Woods. It made such an impact at its North American Premiere at Fantasia last year that Michael Biehn and his daughter felt that they needed to remake the film for American audiences. Artsploitation Films are releasing Hidden in the Woods as their second horror release this year. We have included the trailer and the full press release below as well as the pre-order link from Amazon.

Trailer

From The Press Release

Artsploitation Films, the rising American film label, continues to deliver edgy international movies to North American audiences with its second-ever horror release: Hidden In The Woods. Based on a bizarre true story and not for the faint of heart – and also currently being remade in the U.S. – Hidden In The Woods features extreme violence, prostitution, sexual assault,
See full article at Destroy the Brain »

Trolls Movie Exists, Even Has A Director And Screenwriter

That sound you hear? That’s me, clomping up the stairs to the angry dome. I’ve been spending a lot of time up there in recent weeks. My head is slowly imploding from the sheer WTFness of everything I am hearing. I’m not certain how much more of this I can take.

Let me try to put this concisely: there is a movie about Troll dolls. It is called Trolls. It is not, unfortunately, a sequel to Troll 2. It is being produced by DreamWorks Animation. And it has a writer and director.

The director? Mike Mitchell, who directed Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo, Shrek Forever After and (shudder) Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked. His single non-cringe-worthy credit? Sky High, which did not suck. So he’s the guy in charge of Trolls.

The writer? Here we fare a little better. Erica Rivinoja has signed on to write the screenplay.
See full article at We Got This Covered »

Trolls Movie Finds Its Director And Screenwriter

.The movie about Troll dolls has been shelved and will be forgotten about by everyone for all of eternity.. That.s what I would be saying if the world were not a place where Hell was allowed to exist. But all it takes is a quick glance at newspapers or the local news to see the naivety behind that. And so, the film has taken its biggest leap forward in gaining creative guidance, which is my way of saying that the film has a director and a screenwriter. Hoora.(cough cough). DreamWorks Animation (via Coming Soon) has announced Mike Mitchell signed on as director for Trolls, while Emmy Award-winner Erica Rivinoja will write the screenplay. Not only is this an instance where the writer completely outshines the director, but if it wouldn.t be for the lame duck spoof flick Extreme Movie, even her worst work is of a relative
See full article at Cinema Blend »

Beverley Mitchell Turns 32 -- See the Cast of "7th Heaven" Then & Now!

  • TooFab
Can you believe Beverley Mitchell turns 32 years old today?!The blonde beauty is best known for playing Lucy Camden on the hit series "7th Heaven." Since appearing on the family drama from 1996 to 2007, Mitchell has gone on to star in flicks like "Saw II" and "Extreme Movie," and the TV show "The Secret Life of the American Teenager."Beverley tied the knot in 2008 and she's currently pregnant with her first child! But, have the rest of the Camdens fared as well?Find out what her co-stars Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks, Mackenzie Rosman, David Gallagher, Ashlee SimpsonBarry Watson and Jessica Biel are up to these days! Click "Launch Gallery" above to see the entire cast of "7th Heaven" then & now! Read more
See full article at TooFab »

Jorma Taccone to direct The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown based on Image Comics title, to be helmed by Jorma Taccone. New Line Cinema has picked up rights to an action-comedy pitch which Michael Starrbury will script, based on the Image Comics title The Great Unknown, by DUnan Rouleau. According to Deadline, Taccone is set to direct the Mark Gordon and Jennifer Todd-produced film. Saturday Night Live's Taccone directed Macgruber, as well as writing the horrible spoof flick Extreme Movie. Here's what The Great Unknown is About (Courtesy of Image Comics): A Mind-throbbing Whodunnit! Everything Zach Feld imagines - impossibly - shows up somewhere else. It's as if someone is reading his mind and selling his incredible thoughts to the highest bidder. His friends and family think Zach is a freeloader with delusions of grandeur - making up one weird paranoiac story after another to defend his directionless life...
See full article at Upcoming-Movies.com »

Jorma Taccone to direct The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown based on Image Comics title, to be helmed by Jorma Taccone. New Line Cinema has picked up rights to an action-comedy pitch which Michael Starrbury will script, based on the Image Comics title The Great Unknown, by DUnan Rouleau. According to Deadline, Taccone is set to direct the Mark Gordon and Jennifer Todd-produced film. Saturday Night Live's Taccone directed Macgruber, as well as writing the horrible spoof flick Extreme Movie. Here's what The Great Unknown is About (Courtesy of Image Comics): A Mind-throbbing Whodunnit! Everything Zach Feld imagines - impossibly - shows up somewhere else. It's as if someone is reading his mind and selling his incredible thoughts to the highest bidder. His friends and family think Zach is a freeloader with delusions of grandeur - making up one weird paranoiac story after another to defend his directionless life...

Jorma Taccone to direct The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown based on Image Comics title, to be helmed by Jorma Taccone. New Line Cinema has picked up rights to an action-comedy pitch which Michael Starrbury will script, based on the Image Comics title The Great Unknown, by DUnan Rouleau. According to Deadline, Taccone is set to direct the Mark Gordon and Jennifer Todd-produced film. Saturday Night Live's Taccone directed Macgruber, as well as writing the horrible spoof flick Extreme Movie. Here's what The Great Unknown is About (Courtesy of Image Comics): A Mind-throbbing Whodunnit! Everything Zach Feld imagines - impossibly - shows up somewhere else. It's as if someone is reading his mind and selling his incredible thoughts to the highest bidder. His friends and family think Zach is a freeloader with delusions of grandeur - making up one weird paranoiac story after another to defend his directionless life...
See full article at Upcoming-Movies.com »

New Poster and Trailer for ‘21 Jump Street’

Columbia Pictures released a new poster and trailer for the upcoming action comedy “21 Jump Street” via Moviefone and Digital Spy respectively. The film stars Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Ellie Kemper and Brie Larson. It is about a couple of youthful police officers sent to a local high school to infiltrate a drug ring. Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,” “Extreme Movie”) were the directors of the movie. The screenplay is written by Michael Bacall (“Project X,” “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”) and Hill. “21 Jump Street” will be released in theaters next year on March 16. Check out the poster and trailer below. Source: AOL Moviefone, Digital Spy
See full article at LRM Online »

New Release: Cafe DVD

Release Date: Oct. 11, 2011

Price: DVD $27.98

Studio: Maya Entertainment

Love to Love Hewitt, baby: Jennifer Love Hewitt stars in the independent drama Café.

Jennifer Love Hewitt (TV’s The Ghost Whisperer) and Jamie Kennedy (Extreme Movie) star in the 2011 independent film Café, which follows the interweaving stories of a coffee shop’s regular patrons over the course of a week in West Philadelphia.

The titular café is a local meeting spot for a group of vastly diverse people, all of whom are doing their best to deal with the personal and societal issues that engulf them. When tragedy strikes the community surrounding the café, the regular customers come to realize exactly how intertwined their lives truly are.

The directorial debut of writer/director Marc Erlbaum, the ensemble comedy-drama movie also stars Daniel Eric Gold (TV’s Ugly Betty), Alexa Vega (From Prada to Nada) and Madeline Carroll (Mr. Penguins Poppers).

Cafe
See full article at Disc Dish »

This Harrowing Trailer for Final Destination 5 Brings Several Friends to the Precipice of Death and Over!

Overheated lasers, boiling tar and deconstructing suspension bridges all show up in this first trailer for Final Destination 5. The plotline follows several friends, as they survive a disaster on a local walkway. Fate then comes looking. Unable to escape what the gods have in store, several friends must face Death, or become simple roadkill. Nicholas D'Agosto (Extreme Movie), and Emma Bell ("The Walking Dead") star in this fourth sequel to one of the most successful horror franchises in history, while Tony Todd's voice narrates the clip. Have a look at what can happen if you cheat death!

The plot summary for Final Destination 5 is looming below:

"In this fifth installment Death is just as omnipresent as ever and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But these unsuspecting souls were never supposed to survive, and in a terrifying race against time,
See full article at 28 Days Later Analysis »

Christian Bale tops extreme roles poll for The Machinist

Following Christian Bale's first Screen Actors Guild Award for his supporting performance in The Fighter (above), he has landed the top spot in a poll of the Most Extreme Movie Roles.

TV and film subscription service LOVEFiLM asked moviegoers to name the actor who had suffered most for their art. The survey was inspired by Natalie Portman's acclaimed portrayal in the Black Swan and Johnny Depp's green tea diet for his new film Dark Shadows.

Leading the extreme pack with nearly half of the votes (49 per cent) is Christian Bale who gains top spot for his dedication to the role of Trevor Reznik in The Machinist - he stopped sleeping and lost 63 pounds in weight (see picture right).

Robert De Niro charges into second place with 11 per cent of the vote for his award-winning performance in Raging Bull. Director Martin Scorsese stopped production for four months to
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The best software to archive your movie collection...just in case

Like most movie enthusiasts, I have an extensive collection of movies. Unfortunately for me, I once had it stolen and it was a very traumatic episode. I wish I had been more prepared for the event and to this day, I am still missing some titles. I was caught off guard and ill prepared to replace my collection because I did not have a written list of all the titles in my collection. It is a mistake I have not repeated. So, word to the wise, gather a comprehensive list. Compile a movie archive. Organize it in alphabetical order, by director, by genre, or by movie cover color. However you decide to do it...just do it.

Sure you could do it old school (just set up an excel spreadsheet and enter the basics) or you could really set it up in style with one of the programs I’ve
See full article at Cinelinx »

The best software to archive your movie collection...just in case

Like most movie enthusiasts, I have an extensive collection of movies. Unfortunately for me, I once had it stolen and it was a very traumatic episode. I wish I had been more prepared for the event and to this day, I am still missing some titles. I was caught off guard and ill prepared to replace my collection because I did not have a written list of all the titles in my collection. It is a mistake I have not repeated. So, word to the wise, gather a comprehensive list. Compile a movie archive. Organize it in alphabetical order, by director, by genre, or by movie cover color. However you decide to do it...just do it.

Sure you could do it old school (just set up an excel spreadsheet and enter the basics) or you could really set it up in style with one of the programs I’ve
See full article at Cinelinx »

[DVD News] - "Night Of The Demons" on DVD Blu-ray October 11th

"Night Of The Demons" is coming to DVD and Blu-ray 11th October 2010. "Night Of The Demons", directed by Adam Geirasch ("Autopsy") and starring Shannon Elizabeth ("American Pie", "Scary Movie"), Edward Furlong ("Terminator 2", "American History X") and Monica Keena ("Freddy Vs Jason"), is a rocking remake of the 1988 cult classic about a bunch of kids who go to a Halloween party and end up in a face off against a group of Demons. Diora Baird ("The Wedding Crashers"), John F Beach ("The O.C"), Michael Copon ("One Tree Hill") and Bobbi Sue ("Extreme Movie") also star. DVD Running Time: 96mins approx Extras · .Behind the Bloodshed. (behind the scenes feature) · Audio Commentary with Director Adam Gierasch, Co-writer Jace Anderson and Actors Monica...
See full article at OhMyGore »

David Koechner, Nicholas D'Agosto, P.J. Byrne, and Ellen Wroe are probably gonna die in Final Destination 5

  • JoBlo
That's not a spoiler now, is it? THR's Heat Vision blog is reporting that actors David Koechner (Anchorman), Nicholas D'Agosto (Extreme Movie), P.J. Byrne (Dinner For Schmucks) and Ellen Wroe ("Huge") are the latest to be victimized in Final Destination 5, the latest entry in the death-porn franchise. Also confirmed to be returning to the series as "Mr. Bludworth" is genre fave Tony Todd (1990's Night Of The Living Dead). They all join the already cast Miles Fisher...
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Michael Cera vs. the World

Michael Cera in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Photo: Universal Pictures The drumbeats are already starting to stir. Over on film industry snarkfest Deadline Hollywood commenters are calling out Michael Cera after the failure last weekend of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Gotta love Hollywood. The folks in this town are worse than the political hacks in Washington, DC when it comes to overreacting and misinterpreting a single event or weekend.

Scott Pilgrim's poor performance comes at sensitive time in the career of Michael Cera. It was only three years ago the 19-year-old wunderkind was flying high after back-to-back mega-hits Superbad and Juno. That was after a four-year run on the cult fave TV show Arrested Development as George-Michael Bluth.

I personally thought there were a lot of reasons for the failure of Scott Pilgrim. Bad marketing by Universal that sold the film as a "hipster" film. Bad timing going
See full article at Rope Of Silicon »
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