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Review: Leatherface is a Giant Step Backwards for the Texas Chainsaw Franchise

21 September 2017 2:41 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

So, here’s the thing: going into Leatherface, I was primed to love it, despite not being a huge fan of Texas Chainsaw 3D (whose only saving grace was giving us the endlessly quotable line, “Do your thing, cuz!”). I’ll never write off a beloved franchise when I’m not crazy about a particular sequel—after all, if I had done that, I may never have fallen in love with Wes Craven’s New Nightmare or went bananas for Jason Lives. And for the most part, I was on board for Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s exploration of the Sawyer family’s demented dynamics, despite the fact that Leatherface feels like two-thirds The Devil’s Rejects and one-third Natural Born Killers.

But then, the film takes such an egregious misstep in the film’s third act that I completely checked out on Leatherface, and it left me wondering »

- Heather Wixson

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Busan: European Industry, Talent Delegations Head for Korean Festival

20 September 2017 12:01 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Europe’s film makers and businesses will make their presence felt at next month’s Busan International Film Festival. Some 34 film sales firms will take up position in Busan’s Asian Film Market, and 15 actors and directors are expected to make presentations.

Both delegations are part of the Europe! Goes Busan initiative which is backed by the European Union’s Creative Europe – Media Program, and organized by European Film promotion. It is the 20th time in the festival’s 22-year history that the European delegations have traveled to South Korea’s second city, and suggests continuing confidence in the effectiveness of Busan, despite the festival’s past three years of turmoil.

Belgium’s Olivier Meys will be joined by his producer Valerie Bournonville for the presentation of his feature film debut “Bitter Flowers,” about an aspiring Chinese woman who is hoping for a better life in Paris. Switzerland’s Dominik Locher and his producer Rajko Jazbec who »

- Patrick Frater

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Tiff Review: ‘Marrowbone’ is a Convoluted Mystery from the Writer of ‘The Orphanage’

19 September 2017 6:12 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

For a mystery film, Sergio G. Sánchez’s Marrowbone inspires a lot of questions, although they’re more related to what’s outside the film. Here’s a question that kept popping up in my mind: did the writer of The Orphanage – one of the more unsettling and affective horror films from this century – really make this? The family drama, ambiguously supernatural scares, and tragic undercurrent from The Orphanage are all here, but filtered through a screenplay written by someone who must have been raised by wolves. Maybe this is a different Sergio G. Sánchez making this. Maybe this impostor lied on the application form. Either way, that situation is easier to believe than almost anything in Marrowbone.

Taking place in the late 1960s, Marrowbone opens with a prologue showing siblings Jack (George MacKay), Billy (Charlie Heaton), Jane (Mia Goth), and Sam (Matthew Stagg) arrive in a Us coastal town »

- The Film Stage

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You Probably Missed This 1 Relationship Bombshell From the Insecure Finale

14 September 2017 9:20 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Insecure has exposed its fair share of failed relationships and single struggles, but behind all the ho-tation hookups, ex regrets, and even Kelli's epic diner scene, there's always been that one "stable" couple throughout the series: Tiffany (Amanda Seales) and Derek (Wade Allain-Marcus). It seems like Tiffany will take any opportunity to let her friends know she's in a happy relationship. She boasts her blow-job capabilities, throws an over-the-top dinner party for Derek's birthday, and doesn't stop talking about how much she loves her man - we get it, honey! But it's time to look beyond the facade and discuss what we think is really going on between the "strongest" couple on the show. While we know that there was some sort of indiscretion between them (they reference it throughout the series), Tiffany never shares the exact details with her friends. She accidentally tells the girls that she let Derek »

- Perri Konecky

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Movie Review – American Assassin (2017)

14 September 2017 8:10 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

American Assassin, 2017.

Directed by Michael Cuesta.

Starring Michael Keaton, Dylan O’Brien, Taylor Kitsch, Sanaa Lathan, Shiva Negar, and Scott Adkins.

Synopsis:

A story centered on counterterrorism agent Mitch Rapp.

American Assassin (based on the New York Times best-selling novel by Vince Flynn, adapted for the screen by Kill the Messenger‘s Michael Cuesta) sets the tone for what to expect right from the beginning, as young Mitch Rapp’s (The Maze Runner franchise star Dylan O’Brien) fiancé dies immediately after his proposal, caught in the crossfire of a senseless terrorist mass shooting. Horrifyingly, it’s all too similar to recent world events, and directed here with no sanitization whatsoever; blood sprays all over sandy beaches as innocent civilians are gunned down one by one. To boot, what little time we spend with the two love birds is actually successful at making audiences care about the loss.

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- Robert Kojder

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Here's What You Can Expect From the It Sequel

10 September 2017 8:20 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

In 1986, Stephen King released his behemoth of a novel, It, which follows a demonic, shape-shifting entity that terrorizes a small town and faces the wrath of seven brave kids. Of course, the page count reaches well over 1,000 in total, meaning it's a lot more complicated than just a clown monster and a group of kids. Given how complex it is, It has proven to be a tough story to bring to the screen. In 1990, a two-part TV miniseries attempted to take on the story. Even though it clocks in at 192 minutes, it still doesn't quite do justice to the source material. Flash forward to 2017, when horror director director Andy Muschietti took another shot at an onscreen depiction of the book. Muschietti's blockbuster attempt at It was a calculated risk. In the book, we jump back and forth between two different eras with our "Losers Club." One storyline follows them as children, »

- Ryan Roschke

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Uh, This Royal Bridesmaid Is Totally Unrecognizable Now

8 September 2017 12:55 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Image Source: Getty / Mike Marsland Lady Louise Windsor, or as you probably know her, the adorable bridesmaid who cozied up to Prince Harry at the royal wedding in 2011, is 13! That's right, the daughter of Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, is a teen. Alongside fellow bridesmaids Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Grace Van Cutsem, Eliza Lopes, and page boys Tom Pettifer and William-Lowther Pinkerton, Lady Louise was one of the stars of the big day but is almost unrecognizable today. RelatedAn Obscene Amount of People Cared About the Royal Wedding The granddaughter of the Queen and Prince Phillip was eighth in line of succession for British throne at the time of her birth, but is now 11th, to be made 12th once the new royal baby arrives. But she certainly isn't letting it bother her; this teen has a diary of carriage driving, Royal church services, and horse shows to keep her busy. »

- Lucy Kenny

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‘Outlander’ Star Sam Heughan: Season 3 ‘Is Definitely the Strongest Season’

6 September 2017 11:56 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

It’s been more than a year since the last episode of “Outlander” premiered on Starz and star Caitriona Balfe has a message for fans: The “rain is coming” to end Droughtlander.

Coined by fans to refer to the lag time in production, the third season of the fantasy-meets-historical fiction hit debuts on Sunday. If the Entertainment Weekly-hosted screening and Q&A in New York on Tuesday night was any indication, the fans aren’t just ready, they’re ravenous.

Balfe, who stars as Claire Randall, was on hand with her costar Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) to talk about the new season. Viewers last left the two lovers separated at the end of Season 2, when Claire returns to her present era (the 1940s) and Jaime heads to the Battle of Culloden.

“It’s quite tragic this season,” said Balfe. “It was interesting to think about how someone leads a compromised life and how they function within that »

- Margaret Sutherlin

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Comics Corner: Venomverse #1, Penny Dreadful, The Walking Dead #171, R.L. Stine’s Man-thing, and More

6 September 2017 8:31 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The Penny Dreadful comic book sequel from Titan Comics returns in today's Comics Corner, as we have three stellar preview pages to share with our readers from The Awaking 2.5! Also: check out a new character in The Walking Dead #171 and take  a look at Venomverse #1 from Marvel, three The Evil Within #1 covers and preview pages, Extremity Vol.1, Outcast #30, Predator Hunters #5, Seven to Eternity #9, and World Reader #6. Also, today's Flash Forward section features the paperback collection of R.L. Stine's Man-Thing.

Penny Dreadful: The Awaking #5: "Continues the story directly after the shocking events of Penny Dreadful’s season three TV finale!

On Sale: 6 Sep 2017

Writer: Chris King

Artist: Jesus Hervas

Type: Comic

Series: Penny Dreadful

Genres: Fantasy, Horror

Age: 17+."

To learn more, go to:

https://titan-comics.com/c/1032-penny-dreadful-the-awaking/

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The Walking Dead #171: "Fear The Princess Who is she, and what does she want?

Story: Robert Kirkman

Art: Charlie Adlard, »

- Tamika Jones

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Patty Jenkins is “honored” by all of the Oscar Buzz surrounding Wonder Woman

31 August 2017 4:43 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Before Wonder Woman released this summer, we were hit with a steady flurry of rumours that the film was a mess.

Many people simply expected the film to fail. The movie, after all, had a huge hurdle to leap. Man of Steel was just A-Okay with critics (though this writer will defend it to the death). Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was deeply troubled, and Suicide Squad was not the film previews suggested.

Wonder Woman needed to not only be a good Wonder Woman film, but the first truly-exceptional DC Extended Universe film. Something to make the entire Dceu worth the effort, and turn it into a worthy competitor for Marvel.

Flash forward to the end of August, and not only was Wonder Woman a hit, but it’s even getting Oscar buzz. That’s right. The film rumoured to be a mess, is actually getting revved up for award season. »

- Jordan Jones

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Kim and Khloe Kardashian Reveal Reality TV Regrets: 'Khloe & Lamar,' Kris Humphries Wedding Special & More

16 August 2017 9:43 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The Kardashian-Jenner clan has taken over The Hollywood Reporter!

Rocking a variety of sexy bodysuits, silky bra tops and high-waisted pants, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, along with mom Kris Jenner and younger sisters Kylie and Kendall, stun on the magazine's latest cover. In their accompanying feature, the ladies get candid on reality TV, life in the spotlight and how Keeping Up With the Kardashians came to be.

The Hollywood Reporter

Watch: Kylie Jenner Admits She Feels Like an 'Outcast' in New 'Life of Kylie' Teaser

The first episode of the famous family's popular reality show aired back in 2007. At the time, the girls had no idea the series would turn into a massively successful brand -- they were simply following direction from their "momager," Kris.

"I don't think we knew what we were even saying yes to," Khloe recalls. "Everything was just super-fast. Kim and my mom were steering the ship. We were just »

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Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' Shocking Separation: 3 Big Issues That May Have Led to Their Split

7 August 2017 3:05 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris shocked the world on Sunday when the two announced they were separating after eight years of marriage.

Dubbed as one of Hollywood's cutest couples, it was hard to believe the news was true. But after listening back to interviews Faris, 40, and Pratt, 38, gave over the past few years, it seems their marriage may not have been as picture perfect as it appeared on the outside.

Et's uncovered the former couple's most revealing discussions from 2014 to the present. Here are the three big issues that may have led to their split:

Watch: Looking Back at Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' Cutest Moments of 2017

1. Too much time apart

In September 2015, Pratt traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, to begin filming Passengers with Jennifer Lawrence, one day after he wrapped The Magnificent Seven. The film, released in December 2016, followed the story of two people awakened 90 years too soon from an induced hibernation on a spaceship. Pratt »

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Once Upon a Time: Regina Reunites With Henry in New Photos, but There's a Catch

7 August 2017 10:40 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Once Upon a Time is undergoing a major reboot next season, but that doesn't mean it will be completely unrecognizable to fans. Even though some of our favorite characters won't be returning as regulars (don't worry, some are already slated for cameos), the show is still staying true to its main theme: hope. And that's not the only similarity it will have with past seasons. As a new book is opened and new stories are told, Regina, Rumple, and Hook will face yet another curse as they are transported to Hyperion Heights in Seattle, Wa. While the Comic-Con trailer dropped a few breadcrumbs about what's to come, we finally have a handful of season-seven photos to piece everything together. We got the first look at Hook's new identity, Officer Rogers, in the season-seven trailer, and now we finally have the first look at Regina, or should we say, Roni? That's right, »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Interview: Co-Writer Steve Mitchell Reflects on Chopping Mall

2 August 2017 5:35 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

While talking with writer/director Steve Mitchell about King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen, his new feature-length documentary that celebrates and explores the decades-spanning career of maverick storyteller Larry Cohen, I had the opportunity to chat about a cult classic that he was involved with over 30 years ago: Jim Wynorski’s Chopping Mall, starring Kelli Maroney, Barbara Crampton, Tony O’Dell, and Russell Todd, who square off against a squad of killer robots inside a shopping mall after hours.

Mitchell wrote the script for Chopping Mall with Wynorski, and the duo collaborated on the film from beginning to end, with Roger Corman’s Concorde-New Horizons handling distribution of the indie horror movie in March of 1986. During our interview, Mitchell discussed his collaborative process with Wynorski, how his experiences on the original Transformers series tied into Chopping Mall, and how surprising it is to him that the film »

- Heather Wixson

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Comics Corner: Ash Vs. The Army Of Darkness #2, The Walking Dead #170, Anno Dracula #5

2 August 2017 7:14 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Welcome back to another Comics Corner! Cover artwork for Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #170 starts off this week's feature focused on comics hitting shelves today. We also have a look at Ash vs. The Army of Darkness #2, Extremity #6, Seven to Eternity #8, Anno Dracula #5, and World Reader #5, with a flash forward section highlighting Cullen Bunn and Juan Doe's Dark Ark.

The Walking Dead #170: "“On The Road” Eugene’s journey begins on a hopeful note, but he could be leading his friends to a slaughter.

Story: Robert Kirkman

Art: Charlie Adlard, Cliff Rathburn, Stefano Gaudiano

Cover: Charlie Adlard, Dave Stewart

Published: August 2, 2017

Diamond ID: JUN170815

Digital : $2.99

Print: $2.99."

To learn more, go to:

https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/the-walking-dead-170

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Ash Vs. The Army of Darkness #2: "Attention, everyone. Detention has been cancelled due to severe Deadite activity in the chemistry lab. Thank you and have a good day.”Ash »

- Tamika Jones

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‘Game of Thrones’: Five Theories on Who Will Win and How It All Ends

14 July 2017 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Game of Thrones” is a show that’s always kept us on our toes, year after year, and that’s truer now that we’ve moved beyond adapting George R.R. Martin’s novels and into a 13-episode endgame, stretched across two seasons.

Now that we know how much time we have left in the Seven Kingdoms (at least until the spin-offs start) the question becomes, what will happen when the show ends? While IndieWire may not have the official answers, we have each given serious thought to possible conclusions.

Each member of the TV team has their own theories, based on their own personal opinions and expertise, but the fun thing about “Game of Thrones” is that anything could happen: The crazier the prediction, the more likely it could be right. Season 8 is going to be a doozy.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: All the Clues the Cast »

- Liz Shannon Miller, Michael Nordine, Steve Greene, Hanh Nguyen and Ben Travers

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‘Game of Thrones’: Five Theories on Who Will Win and How It All Ends

14 July 2017 12:37 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Game of Thrones” is a show that’s always kept us on our toes, year after year, and that’s truer now that we’ve moved beyond adapting George R.R. Martin’s novels and into a 13-episode endgame, stretched across two seasons.

Now that we know how much time we have left in the Seven Kingdoms (at least until the spin-offs start) the question becomes, what will happen when the show ends? While IndieWire may not have the official answers, we have each given serious thought to possible conclusions.

Each member of the TV team has their own theories, based on their own personal opinions and expertise, but the fun thing about “Game of Thrones” is that anything could happen: The crazier the prediction, the more likely it could be right. Season 8 is going to be a doozy.

Read More‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: All the Clues the Cast »

- Liz Shannon Miller, Michael Nordine, Steve Greene, Hanh Nguyen and Ben Travers

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Film Review: ‘Misfortune’

13 July 2017 7:12 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Misfortune” is what it is, a small-budget neo-noir so generic that one half-expects to see a bar code rather than closing credits at the end. Chief among its few distinguishing characteristics: Seth Johnson’s evocative cinematography during nighttime scenes in desert locales near Tucson, Nick Mancuso’s brief but effectively snarly portrayal of a thief who loves not wisely but too well, and a mildly surprising twist two-thirds of the way into the narrative. As for everything else, well, there isn’t much here that you haven’t seen before, quite often, in similarly formulaic crime dramas.

The movie clearly is intended as something of a calling card by actors Desmond Devenish and Xander Bailey, who collaborated on the derivative screenplay that conveniently supplies starring roles in which they can strut their stuff. Devenish, who also directed, plays Boyd, an ordinary guy whose criminally inclined father, Roman (Mancuso), meets a violent end during the film’s lengthy »

- Joe Leydon

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The Beautiful and the Damned Dirty Apes: A History of The Planet of The Apes

12 July 2017 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Cai Ross

The original Planet of The Apes movies occupied a curious netherworld of critical opinion. With each film, the budget was sawn in half, leading to a successive pattern of diminishing returns that led to a cheapening of its esteem. The spin-off TV show was quickly cancelled, further dulling the lustre and few people even remember the animated series that finally put the Apes to bed until a rude awakening in 2001.

However, for all their child-pleasing capers (the family-friendly G rating was a mandatory stipulation from the studios), the Apes movies deftly juggled important themes and arguments about slavery, free-will, nuclear war, vivisection, racism and oppression, and man’s innate capacity for cruelty. In pure storytelling terms, the circuitous plot links the first five movies (and the new post-Rise cycle) into a pleasing, if relentlessly pessimistic, self-perpetuating full-circle.

Enormous box office successes in their early stages, they spawned »

- Cai Ross

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Jay Baruchel interview: Chapterhouse Comics, Goon 2, Statham

11 July 2017 12:13 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Duncan Bowles Jul 17, 2017

Jay Baruchel chats to us about comics, X-Men movies, Goon 2 and Jason Statham...

Jay Baruchel is a very happy man indeed. Over the last decade, I’ve been fortunate enough to interview a lot of people for Den of Geek, but Mr Baruchel might just be the most enthusiastic one to date – almost every sentence ended with the kind of joyous laugh that would come from having, quite possibly, the best job ever, twice. Known to most as an actor with a gift for the comedic, having starred in the likes of Tropic Thunder, Knocked Up, Goon, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and The Art Of The Steal (to name a few personal favourites) as well as voicing accidental hero Hiccup in the fantastic How To Train Your Dragon movies, it was about his recent involvement with Canadian comic book publisher, Chapterhouse, that we had a chat with him about. »

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