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Film4 FrightFest 2015 Review – Howl (2015)

31 August 2015 5:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Howl, 2015

Directed by Paul Hyett

Starring Ed Speleers, Holly Weston, Elliot Cowan, Amit Shah, Sam Gittins, Shauna Macdonald, Duncan Preston, Ania Marson, Rosie Day, Calvin Dean and Sean Pertwee


When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.

Forget Snakes on a Plane, this is Werewolves on a Train in Paul Hyett’s brilliant slice of British horror that packs gore, shocks and plenty of scares.

Train guard Joe has been forced to work on a very-late running service across the countryside from London Waterloo by his newly-promoted idiot supervisor. Being that it’s a late train, its passengers consist of an elderly couple going home, a couple of “youths”, a drunken football fan complete with kebab (and the runs), and a couple of hard-working business folk who can’t seem to leave the office behind them. These »

- Luke Owen

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Starry Eyes Filmmakers to Open the Exorcism Diaries

17 August 2015 2:15 PM, PDT | | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Starry Eyes filmmakers to open the Exorcism Diaries The Hollywood Reporter brings word that filmmakers Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch, who wrote and directed the 2014 horror Starry Eyes, will take on Exorcism Diaries for Lionsgate/Summit Entertainment. Previously drafted by Oculus duo Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard, the film will be produced by Roy Lee (The Woman in Black, Rings),…

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- Spencer Perry

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Round-Up: Exclusive Blood Moon Q&A, Until Dawn ‘Aftermath’ Trailer, Blood Rage Blu-ray / DVD Update

10 August 2015 8:19 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Start your morning (or afternoon) off with a Q&A with the director of Blood Moon, Jeremy Wooding. Also: a new trailer from the horror video game Until Dawn and an update on the Blood Rage Blu-ray / DVD due out at the end of September.

Blood Moon: Press Release: "Los Angeles, August 4 - Referee the ultimate showdown between gunslinger and lycanthrope when acclaimed western-horror Blood Moon hits DVD and Digital September 1 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

The old west howls when a town is overtaken by skinwalkers. Knowing they’ve got to combine forces if they want to survive the night, the passengers of a stagecoach unite with a heroic gunslinger and a couple of outlaws to battle the beastly enemy under the blood moon.

Only the second ever western to be filmed in the UK, the award-winning film stars The Woman in Black’s Shaun Dooley, George Blagden (TVs »

- Tamika Jones

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Exclusive: Icons of Fright talks Blood Moon with Director Jeremy Wooding

8 August 2015 6:45 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Referee the ultimate showdown between gunslinger and lycanthrope when acclaimed western-horror Blood Moon hits DVD and Digital September 1 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

The old west howls when a town is overtaken by skinwalkers. Knowing they’ve got to combine forces if they want to survive the night, the passengers of a stagecoach unite with a heroic gunslinger and a couple of outlaws to battle the beastly enemy under the blood moon. Only the second ever western to be filmed in the UK, the award-winning film stars The Woman in Black’s Shaun Dooley, George Blagden (TVs Vikings), Anna Skellern (The Descent II) and Corey Johnson (Captain Phillips). Jeremy Wooding directs from an Alan Wightman script.

We caught up with director Jeremy Wooding to talk his film’s unique mesh of horror and wild west thrills, favorite horror movies and the potential of a sequel.

Okay, tough questions first : Favorite horror movie? »

- Jerry Smith

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Round-Up: The Return Of The Living Dead 30th Anniversary, From Dusk Till Dawn Season 2 Featurette, Blood Moon, Dagon Kickstarter

5 August 2015 8:17 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Hopefully, there won't be a need for paramedics at the Mile High Horror Film Festival which will host, alongside Fangoria, a screening of The Return of the Living Dead. Also: a behind-the-scenes video for From Dusk Till Dawn Season 2, Blood Moon release details, and Kickstarter details for Claymation project, Dagon.

The Return of the Living Dead Screening: Press Release: "August 4th, 2015 -- Denver, Co -- For over 35 years, Fangoria has been a trusted institution in the horror community, offering unique insights into every aspect of horror culture. And in spreading its brand, Fangoria has sought to bring fright fans the latest and greatest in the world of horror, which is why the Mile High Horror Film Festival is proud to announce our media partnership with Fangoria. For our first announcement with this partnership, Fangoria will present the 30th Anniversary Screening of The Return Of The Living Dead with star and »

- Tamika Jones

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Blood Moon Pits Cowboys Against Werewolves

4 August 2015 1:50 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Cowboys face off against werewolves in Uncork’d Entertainment’s upcoming horror-western mash-up, “Blood Moon.” The creative film comes to DVD and digital platforms Sept. 1. The film is directed by Jeremy Wooding from an Alan Wightman script and stars Shaun Dooley (“The Woman in Black”), George Blagden (“Vikings”) Anna Skellern (“The Descent II”) and Corey Johnson (“Captain Phillips”). The film became a festival highlight at FrightFest and several other high profile film festivals, giving fans a new look at the Old West. This film also bears the unique distinction of being only the second-ever western to be filmed in the UK. The film focuses on a group of mystical beings known  [ Read More ]

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- monique

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9 hilarious Daniel Radcliffe moments in honour of his 26th birthday: "I am Harry Potter!"

23 July 2015 3:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Many happy returns to Daniel Radcliffe, who celebrates his 26th birthday today (July 23)! He may have made a name for himself as heroic wizard Harry Potter, but in the years since Deathly Hallows - Part 2, he's excelled in indie roles and displayed something of a flair for comedy.

To mark Daniel's big day, we look at nine times he's managed to tickle our funny bone...

1. Don't give up the day job, Daniel!

"I'm not Lauren, I'm like a cut-price much less efficient version of Lauren." Daniel gave the staff of Nylon magazine something of a surprise when he took on an emergency shift behind the front desk. The whole thing was filmed, with a bewildered Daniel struggling with deliveries, pick-ups and what to do with Joe Jonas. Bring back Lauren!

2. Rapping 'Alphabet Aerobics' by Blackalicious

Who'd have thought Daniel was a big rap fan? During an appearance on The Tonight Show »

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The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death DVD Review

16 July 2015 11:58 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Tom Harper

Writer: Jon Croker, from a story by Susan Hill

Starring: Phoebe Fox, Jeremy Irvine, Helen McCrory, Adrian Rawlins, Leanne Best, Ned Dennehy, Oaklee Pendergast

Cert: 15

Running Time: 98 mins

Special Features: Deleted Scene / Featurettes / Jeremy Irvine: “Great Expectations” interview

For many years British horror brand Hammer Films lay seemingly dormant, its blood curdled and its back catalogue of famous monsters consigned to nostalgia territory. However today the studio coffin is open for business, down in no small part to the success of 2012’s The Woman In Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe. Using the classic novella by Susan Hill as a starting point, it was the perfect Gothic chiller with which to help revive their fortunes.

Of course Hammer were never ones to shy away from a sequel, and just as the late, great Christopher Lee put in numerous appearances as Dracula, so the ghostly “heroine” has been »

- Steve Palace

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The haunted airman! Thn talks to Jeremy Irvine about ‘The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death’

13 July 2015 1:20 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Spooky sequel The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death is out to buy this week. One of the noteworthy aspects on the disc is an interview with Jeremy Irvine, the film’s male lead and an up-and- comer who is being watched with great interest.

Thn parted the ether for a chat with Jeremy about the world of Gothic horror, his surprising personal connection to the character and what it’s like to step through the infamous doors of Hammer Studios…!

Thn: Tell us a bit about your character in the film.

Jeremy Irvine: I play Harry. He is, or he appears to be, an Raf bomber pilot… but like all the characters in the film he has his own ghosts and demons, and isn’t quite who he appears to be. At the beginning he’s like the archetypal young hero airman, but then all is not quite what it seems. »

- Steve Palace

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Thn exclusive: Jeremy Irvine talks Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’

13 July 2015 1:17 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Rising British actor Jeremy Irvine stars in just-released horror sequel The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death, which Thn recently talked to him about.

Being an in-demand name naturally means he has a few irons in the fire, the hottest of which is Stonewall, director Roland Emmerich‘s dramatization of the famous riots that had a profound impact on the way the gay community were perceived in the late Sixties.

It’s a project that’s clearly close to Jeremy’s heart and he gave us his views toward the tail end of our interview:

Thn: What have you got coming up next?

Jeremy Irvine: The next movie I’ve got coming out is called Stonewall, directed by Roland Emmerich, all about the gay rights revolution, which I’m very excited about.

Without generalizing, that sounds like quite an unusual subject matter for Roland Emmerich. I guess he »

- Steve Palace

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Where Are the Women? 79 wide releases in UK in 2015 so far; only 22 have female protagonists

2 July 2015 2:07 PM, PDT | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Time for a little mid-year check on the Where Are the Women? project, U.K. edition. (See here for the U.S. version. The numbers are almost identical.)

From January through the end of June, 2015, there have been 79 films that have had wide releases in the United Kingdom. (This list includes a few films that opened at the very end of December 2014 and so had the vast majority of their runs in 2015.) These films are, in rough order of release:



The Theory of Everything

The Woman in Black: Angel of Death

Taken 3


Into the Woods

Testament of Youth

American Sniper



Ex Machina

The Gambler


A Most Violent Year

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Big Hero 6

Inherent Vice

Son of a Gun


The Interview

Jupiter Ascending


Shaun the Sheep Movie

Fifty Shades of Grey

Project Almanac


The Wedding Ringer

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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15 underappreciated books: sci-fi, fantasy, horror fiction

2 July 2015 6:19 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Looking for a good book recommendation? Our writers have a few unsung sci-fi, fantasy and horror gems up their sleeves...

Other people. What’s the point of them? They’re noisy and everywhere.

There is one thing they’re especially good at, however, and that’s recommending new stuff. In the spirit of that, we asked our writers to recommend great books that, for whatever reason, haven’t been surrounded by as much fuss and recognition as they deserve.

Nominations came in for personal favourites in fiction, non-fiction, children’s books and graphic novels, so we’ve divided them up into a series of features, the first of which is below, on great unsung sci-fi, fantasy, horror and thriller adult fiction.

Our hope is that you’ll demonstrate your worth as other people by carrying on the recommendations in the comments section below. Thanks in advance.

The Ladies Of Grace »

- louisamellor

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It’s Hammer Time When Warner Bros. Releases Horror Classics Collection Vol.1 This October

24 June 2015 2:54 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Warner Bros. is gearing up to give fans of Hammer Horror a Halloween treat, when they unleash Horror Classics, Vol. 1 on October 6th. A four film Bluray boxset featuring Hammer classics Taste the Blood of Dracula; Dracula Has Risen from the Grave, Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed, and The Mummy, the boxset is just what horror lovers need to fill their Hammer, Cushing and Lee fixes.

Being a huge fan of Hammer Films and not only their classic films, but even the recent revival of the studio (Let Me In, The Woman In Black, The Quiet Ones), this announcement brings quite the smile to my face and I’m sure you horror lovers feel the same.

The Mummy (1959)

In this vivid Technicolor® reincarnation of The Mummy, screen horror icon Christopher Lee wraps on the moldy gauze bandages and emerges as the tormented Kharis, an avenger stalking the hills and bogs of »

- Jerry Smith

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Win ‘Fortitude: The Complete First Season’ On DVD!

1 June 2015 5:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

To celebrate the release of the tremendous Fortitude on Blu-ray and DVD, we’ve got 2 of the box-sets to giveaway!

Fortitude is a place like nowhere else on Earth: a frontier boomtown in the wild and savage landscape of the far north.  Sheriff Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer) leads a world-class search-and-rescue team, but now finds himself investigating the shocking murder of a prominent member of the community. What’s more, he’s forced to work alongside Dci Eugene Morton (Tucci), a British murder detective who’s just flown in. As they search for the killer, each of these cops finds good reason to suspect and mistrust the other. And as things turn out, this murder won’t be the last…

Starring a spectacular ensemble cast including; Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games, Transformers: Age of Extinction) as Dci Eugene Morton;Michael Gambon (Harry Potter, The Casual Vacancy) as Henry Tyson; Christopher Eccleston (The Leftovers, »

- Dan Bullock

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UK TV ratings: Arsenal's Fa Cup triumph watched by 7.5 million on BBC One

31 May 2015 6:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

BBC One's coverage of this year's Fa Cup final attracted nearly 7.5 million viewers yesterday (May 30), according to overnight figures.

Arsenal's 4-0 triumph over Aston Villa averaged 7.47m (43.8%) from 5.15pm.

The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins managed 4.1m (22.1%) later on, with Casualty and The John Bishop Show watched by 4.2m (22.2%) and 3.44m (19.5%) respectively.

On BBC Two, a Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.67m (9%) from 8.30pm, before an airing of Quartet appealed to 1.12m (6.1%).

ITV's Ninja Warrior UK closed with 3.8m (20.4%) from 7.30pm. Afterwards, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 appealed to 3.13m (17.7%).

Over on Channel 4, Daniel Radcliffe movie The Woman in Black averaged 752k (4.2%) from 9pm.

On Channel 5, the latest Big Brother highlights interested 743k (3.9%) in the 9pm hour.

The multichannels were topped by ITV3's Foyle's War, which was watched by 682k (3.6%) from 8pm. »

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Altitude Film Entertainment Flying High With Midrange Movies

21 May 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

It’s been three years since U.K. industry veteran Will Clarke launched Altitude Film Entertainment, and in that time, the production-sales-distribution outfit has learned how to navigate a changing market and, more importantly, established a successful business model to do just that. Starting with a team of just three — Clarke jointly launched the company with former Exclusive Media managing director Andy Mayson and former Pathe Intl. sales exec Mike Runagall — the shingle now employs a team of 15, and has been involved in just shy of 30 movies, four of which it has steered into production.

It’s bringing a number of films to Cannes, including Gemma Arterton and Glenn Close starrer “She Who Brings Gifts”; Vincenzo Natali’s “In the Tall Grass,” based on a novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill; and WWII thriller “Anthropoid,” starring Jamie Dornan and Cillian Murphy. Black comedyKill Your Friends,” starring Nicolas Hoult, »

- Diana Lodderhose

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Quiz: Guess that ghost!

18 May 2015 8:27 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Cinema has long had an obsession with the undead. Everything from zombies to vampires to mummies have taken their fair share of turns on the big screen. These are all fine and have all had their truly terrifying moments, but nothing compares to good old-fashioned ghosts.

Where would horror movies be without ghosts? Nowhere good, that’s for sure. They have come in a variety of forms over the years, looking (almost) like normal people in Ghost and Beetlejuice, demonic corpses in The Conjuring and The Woman in Black, and semi-transparent blob-like shapes in Ghost Busters. Some movie ghosts can’t even be seen, like those in Paranormal Activity and The Amityville Horror, but that doesn’t make them any less menacing.

This month sees the release of a remake of a true horror classic with Poltergeist. Directed by Gil Kenan and based on a story by Steven Spielberg, this »

- Amanda Wood

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Cannes Market: Nigel Sinclair On New Start, Lessons Learned From Exclusive Exit (Exclusive)

17 May 2015 7:56 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

When Guy East and Nigel Sinclair launched their new company, White Horse Pictures, just one year ago ahead of the Cannes Film Festival, it was a more modest iteration of the successful partnership they ran for years at Exclusive Media. That international sales and financing company, which they founded, was behind such hits as “Snitch,” “The Woman in Black” and “End of Watch” but also the money-losing “Rush.” Now working as producers rather than financiers, Sinclair sat down exclusively with TheWrap’s Sharon Waxman at the Studio Canal offices overlooking the port at the festival to look ahead at an upcoming. »

- Sharon Waxman

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Alchemy takes werewolf thriller 'Howl' for Us

13 May 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Metrodome inks Us deal on werewolf thriller.

Alchemy has picked up Us rights from Metrodome International to werewolf thriller Howl.

The deal was negotiated by Caroline Couret-Delègue of Metrodome and Samantha Fabin from Alchemy.

The Paul Hyett-directed (The Seasoning House)​ feature, starring Ed Speleers (Downton Abbey), Shauna Macdonald (Ripper Street) and Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers), tells the story of a midnight train stranded in a forest and attacked by a terrifying pack of werewolves.

Special makeup effects guru Hyett has worked on titles including The Descent, The Woman in Black and Ironclad.

The film is produced by Ed King and Martin Gentles for Starchild Productions. Script comes from Mark Huckerby and Nick Ostler (Me & My Monsters). Lee Brazier executive produces for Av Pictures.

Metrodome International will screen the film to the international market for the first time in Cannes.

Also on the sales agent’s Cannes slate is supernatural horror Thea, currently in production »

- (Andreas Wiseman)

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Podcast: Digging into the Fifth Season of 'Game of Thrones', Plus More 'Avengers' & McU Chatter

5 May 2015 9:51 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Hello and welcome to the Tuesday episode of the RopeofSilicon Radio Show and while the timeline may not look like it, we have a packed episode for you today. We kick things off with a couple stories from the weekend before we dig into a couple of your Avengers: Age of Ultron and Marvel Cinematic Universe comments, discuss Joss Whedon's comments regarding working with Marvel, dig deep into "Game of Thrones", answer some questions, look at new DVDs and Blu-rays, take a voicemail and head on out. For those that may be wondering, we didn't intend to skip games today, it just happened that way as we started running out of time, but we'll be getting to them all on Friday so get your submissions in! If you are on Twitter, we have a Twitter account dedicated to the podcast at @bnlpod. Give us a follow won'tchac I want »

- Brad Brevet

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