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Sometimes when you’re at a cross roads in life, you do some crazy, misguided things, like head to a rural farm owned by a creepy elderly shut-in. This is what happens in the new independent horror film “The Suffering.” In the film, property appraiser Henry Dawles (Nick Apostolides) has a diminished bank account and a baby on the way with his estranged wife (Elizabeth Deo). Realizing his personal life is in shambles, he decides to take a lucrative offer from elderly shut-in Mr. Remiel (Phil Amico) to appraise his rural estate. Once he arrives, he explores the vast and beautiful estate only to discover that not everything is as it seems. Soon, he closes in on the dark truths of the land, and must fight for his sanity amidst sinister beings and Remiel’s menacing, eccentric behavior. The series also stars Regen Wilson (“Veep”) and Chad Eric Smith (“Squid Man »
- Vikram Murthi
Let's be honest for a second... Raph is the best Ninja Turtle and if you don't believe me, check out this action-packed new clip from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows featuring the sai-wielding hero, played by Alan Ritchson (Smallville, Blue Mountain State), taking out the trash the only way he knows how - by kicking ass and taking names! The Ninja Turtles comes into conflict with T.C.R.I. scientist Dr. Baxter Stockman with the association of the Foot Clan and the return of the Shredder, who has hired Stockman to create mutants of their own in the form of Bebop and Rocksteady and an unknown invasion above New York City. To prevent the end of the world, the turtles and their human friends April O'Neil and Vern Fenwick comes to the aid with vigilante Casey Jones. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles features: Director: Dave Green Alan Ritchson »
Who’d have expected CBS to find its new MacGyver at Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters?
Lucas Till, best known for playing Havok in the X-Men movies, has been tapped to star in the network’s upcoming MacGyver reboot pilot, our sister site Deadline reports. He’ll play the titular agent — you know, the one with a knack for turning everyday objects into life-saving tools — originally portrayed by Richard Dean Anderson from 1985 to 1992.
Here’s the original MacGyver in action, just in »
Once upon a time, Spike introduced a show called Blue Mountain State that would later become one of my most re-watched addictions. No matter how many times Thad Castle ran the cookie race or hit Golden Arm with his truck, the Bms Goats hilariously reveled in their asinine, drug-fueled absurdity.
Sure, it’s fratty, brobeans comedy on steroids, but creators Eric Falconer and Chris “Romanski” Romano cover all their bases (or manage all their assignments?) rather well for a show built on relentless immaturity. That was until Spike unceremoniously axed the show after Season 3, and Bms fans were left without Alex Moran’s senior year.
It was then that Falconer, Romanski, and the faithful Goats started a Kickstarter fund to save Blue Mountain State, and they were met with an offering of $1.9 million from their devoted fanbase. This outpouring of generosity is why we now have the newly-released movie, Blue Mountain State: The Rise Of Thadland »
- Matt Donato
Blue Mountain State: The Rise Of Thadland is a drug-fueled dystopian comedy that would make Rob Gronkowski blush – we’re coming out of the gate guns-blazing on this one! Everything that television audiences love about the hard-partying Mountain Goats makes a return in Lev L. Spiro’s spinoff film, as creators Eric Falconer and Romanski leave a trail of cocaine dust while they unleash epic, Thad-Castle-approved anarchy.
It’s perversely familiar and relentlessly immature (in a good way), which is everything Bms fans have come to expect. We’re gifted an epic, multi-day party that reunites all our favorite characters, but with the calculated exclusion of on-field football antics, something feels slightly amiss. Not enough to detract immensely, just a little more welcomed playmaking to balance…ah, who am I kidding. You’re watching for the sloots and booze, and that’s exactly what you’ll get!
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- Matt Donato
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More sloots. More party favors. More Thad. The Blue Mountain State TV series ran three seasons, before being cancelled by Spike, in 2011. Now, Lionsgate is releasing a revival film, February 2, 2016. Like Veronica Mars, the Blue Mountain State revival was crowd-sourced on Kickstarter. This release is direct-to-digital and On-Demand.
Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland, revisits Blue Mountain State University and its Mountain Goats football team, with football, sex, and plenty of booze. Television series creators Eric Falconer and Romanski (Chris Romano) reunite the original cast. Stars include: Alan Ritchson, Romanski, Darin Brooks, James Cade, and Frankie Shaw, with Ed Marinaro. Watch the trailers, below.
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The film chronicles Anthony Weiner’s New York City mayoral campaign as he admits to sexting allegations.
Wendy Lidell has joined Kino Lorber as svp of theatrical distribution and acquisitions. Lidell will report directly to CEO Richard Lorber and previously worked with Lorber when he acquired Film Circuit in 1998 to become the theatrical division of his company Fox Lorber. Elisabeth Glass has been appointed svp and head of content acquisition for Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises’ Svod service Tribeca Shortlist.Lionsgate will release Blue Mountain State: The Rise Of Thadland on digital platforms on February 2. The comedy is based on Lionsgate’s TV series [link=tt »
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Get ready to go back to the Goat House, “Blue Mountain State” fans. Lionsgate announced Friday that it has set the digital release date for the crowdfunded “Blue Mountain State” movie for Feb. 2, 2016. The film reprises the antics of fictional Blue Mountain State University and its Mountain Goats football team, set in the madcap, over-the-top world of football, sex, binge drinking and wild partying. Television series creators Eric Falconer and Romanski reunite the original cast starring Alan Ritchson, Romanski, Darin Brooks, James Cade and Frankie Shaw. Also Read: 'Divergent 4' 'Power Rangers' Pushed Back by Lionsgate In the movie, Thad »
- Joe Otterson
Ahead of its Us release next month, Lionsgate has debuted a trailer for director Lev L. Spiro’s upcoming Kickstarter funded comedy Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland. Based on Spike TV’s comedy series Blue Mountain State, the film stars Alan Ritchson, Darin Brooks, Chris Romano. Check it out below after the official synopsis…
After Thad graduates and is drafted into the NFL, quarterback Alex must lead both his team and the fight to save their house from being shut down by the vengeful university president.
Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland is set for release on February 2nd in the States.
- Amie Cranswick
9 items from 2016
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