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[Media] - "Jeepers Creepers 3 " Teaser Trailer

  • OhMyGore
Here's the teaser trailer for Victor Salva's "Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral". The movie stars Meg Foster ("31", "Lords Of Salem"), Gina Phillips ("Jeepers Creepers", "Chained"), Jonathan Breck ("Jeepers Creepers", "Jeepers Creepers 2"), Carrie Lazar ("Scream", "Preacher"), Stan Shaw, Joyce Giraud ("The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo"), Dave Davis, Chester Rushing ("Stranger Things") and Michael Papajohn Frank ("Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom"). "Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral" will hit theaters on September 26, 2017.Set between the first and second film, Sgt Davis Tubbs assembles a task force to destroy the Creeper once and for all while growing closer than ever before to learning the secrets of its dark origins, as the monster terrorizes a local farming community....
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[Media] - "Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral " Teaser Trailer

  • OhMyGore
Here's the teaser trailer for Victor Salva's "Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral". The movie stars Meg Foster ("31", "Lords Of Salem"), Gina Phillips ("Jeepers Creepers", "Chained"), Jonathan Breck ("Jeepers Creepers", "Jeepers Creepers 2"), Carrie Lazar ("Scream", "Preacher"), Stan Shaw, Joyce Giraud ("The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo"), Dave Davis, Chester Rushing ("Stranger Things") and Michael Papajohn Frank ("Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom"). "Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral" will hit theaters on September 26, 2017.Set between the first and second film, Sgt Davis Tubbs assembles a task force to destroy the Creeper once and for all while growing closer than ever before to learning the secrets of its dark origins, as the monster terrorizes a local farming community....
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‘Hellfest’ Targets Halloween 2018 Crowd

‘Hellfest’ Targets Halloween 2018 Crowd
It was recently announced that Blumhouse regular, Gregory Plotkin, who directed Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and edited this year’s hit genre movie Get Out, would direct Hellfest for Lionsgate and CBS Films. Plotkin replaced Jennifer Chambers Lynch (Chained, Boxing Helena, Surveillance, Hisss), who was attached last year, while Neill Marshall (Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, The Descent) was to direct the project […]
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Horror Channel unleashes eight premieres for June

Horror Channel has eight prime-time weekend film premieres in June including the UK premieres of Retreat, Carl Tibbets’ ‘ménage a trois of terror’ starring Thandie Newton, Cillian Murphy and Jamie Bell and R.D. Braunstein’s smartly gripping I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance Is Mine – widely seen as the best of the series.

There are also network premieres for Jennifer Lynch’s uncompromising and dark chiller Chained, William Malone’s gruesome cyber thriller Feardotcom, starring Stephen Dorff and Natascha McElhone and Michael Reeves’s highly acclaimed Witchfinder General, starring Vincent Price.

In a deadly virus catching month, other highlights are first channel showings for John Pogue’s [Rec] inspired scareline Quarantine 2: Terminal, Breck Eisner’s critically-acclaimed remake of George Romero’s 1973 movie, The Crazies and James Cameron’s directorial debut Piranha 2: The Spawning starring Lance Henriksen and plenty of flying killer fish.

Fri 2 June @ 21:00 – Quarantine 2: Terminal (2011) *Network Premiere*

A bizarre disease,
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Q&A: ‘Adult Babies’ creator Joanne Mitchell talks all things horror

Adult Babies gets an exclusive reveal at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow 2017, in anticipation of the event, actress / producer Joanne Mitchell – star of Before Dawn and Bait; and creator of Adult Babies – answers 10 scary questions…

When did your fascination for horror films begin?

I’ve been interested in horror since being a young kid. I liked to be frightened, whether it be reading a scary book, or watching one of the Hammer House of Horrors. But it wasn’t until my 30’s that I really became fascinated with the whole genre after making ‘Before Dawn’ and watching back to back movies at FrightFest!! The fans are so loyal and open minded and really know their stuff.

What was the first horror film you saw?

I’m pretty sure it was ‘The Thing’. If I remember rightly my brother and his mates had managed to get a copy and I snuck in!
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All-Female Directed Anthology, ‘Xx’, Releases Trailer

Xx is something we have mentioned back in 2013, which included a different line-up. Now, ahead of the Sundance 2017 premiere, we get a trailer to tease us on what we’re going to get!

Xx is a new all-female helmed horror anthology featuring four dark tales written and directed by fiercely talented women: Annie Clark (St. Vincent) rocks her directorial debut with The Birthday Party; Karyn Kusama (The Invitation, Girlfight) exorcises Her Only Living Son; Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound) screams Don’T Fall; and Jovanka Vuckovic (The Captured Bird) dares to open The Box. Award-winning animator Sofia Carrillo (La Casa Triste) wraps together four suspenseful stories of terror featuring a cast including Natalie Brown, Melanie Lynskey, Breeda Wool and Christina Kirk.

Hopefully, most of you reading this should be familiar with the talent behind the camera. Annie Clark is marking this project with her directorial debut but she is also known as St. Vincent.
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Newswire: Jennifer Lynch to direct horror flick about a killer Halloween theme park

  • The AV Club
Filmmaker Jennifer Chambers Lynch (Boxing Helena, Chained) appears to have spun a couple of work-for-hire TV episode jobs into a feature horror movie gig. The director, whose father is Twin Peaks creator David Lynch, has helmed just two episodes of AMC’s The Walking Dead, but those two episodes are undoubtedly among the most affecting and fear-inducing installments of the all-too-often disappointing series. Her work on the fifth season’s “Spend” and the sixth season’s “Jss” so impressed Twd producer Gale Anne Hurd that she decided to tap her for a Halloween-themed film she had in the works, according to Deadline.

“When I saw the level of passion and professionalism Jen brought to The Walking Dead when she directed for us, I knew I had found the right director to helm Hellfest,” Hurd explained. “Her vision for the film is not only compelling and character driven, but very, very
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Jennifer Chambers Lynch to Direct ‘Hellfest’ for CBS Films

CBS Films has hired Jennifer Chambers Lynch to direct “Hellfest,” a horror thriller produced by Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Pictures. Lynch, the daughter of David Lynch, has directed two episodes of Hurd‘s AMC series “The Walking Dead;”; the director made her feature debut in 1993 with “Boxing Helena.” “Hellfest” marks Lynch’s fifth feature; her last film, “Chained,” was released by Anchor Bay on home video in 2012. She has directed multiple shorts and episodes on some 13 TV series, many of which are genre fare.

“When I saw the level of passion and professionalism Jen brought to ‘The Walking Dead’ when she directed for us, I knew I had found the right director to helm ‘Hellfest,'” Hurd said. “Her vision for the film is not only compelling and character driven, but very, very scary!”

Hurd brought “Hellfest” —which is set on Halloween at a theme park where a costumed
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Jennifer Chambers Lynch to Direct ‘Hellfest’ for CBS Films

  • Indiewire
CBS Films has hired Jennifer Chambers Lynch to direct “Hellfest,” a horror thriller produced by Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Pictures. Lynch, the daughter of David Lynch, has directed two episodes of Hurd‘s AMC series “The Walking Dead;”; the director made her feature debut in 1993 with “Boxing Helena.” “Hellfest” marks Lynch’s fifth feature; her last film, “Chained,” was released by Anchor Bay on home video in 2012. She has directed multiple shorts and episodes on some 13 TV series, many of which are genre fare.

“When I saw the level of passion and professionalism Jen brought to ‘The Walking Dead’ when she directed for us, I knew I had found the right director to helm ‘Hellfest,'” Hurd said. “Her vision for the film is not only compelling and character driven, but very, very scary!”

Hurd brought “Hellfest” —which is set on Halloween at a theme park where a costumed
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Jennifer Lynch Directing Halloween Movie From ‘Walking Dead’s’ Gale Anne Hurd

Jennifer Lynch Directing Halloween Movie From ‘Walking Dead’s’ Gale Anne Hurd
CBS Films has tapped Jennifer Chambers Lynch to direct its horror movie “Hellfest” with Gale Anne Hurd producing.

The film is set at a horror theme park during Halloween where a night of fun turns deadly as a costumed killer begins slaying unsuspecting patrons who believe that it’s all part of the festivities.

“We have loved the concept of ‘Hellfest’ since Gale brought it to us and we have been waiting for exactly the right director,” said CBS Films President Terry Press. “Jennifer came to us with both the passion and the vision necessary to make ‘Hellfest’ a terrifying Halloween tradition.”

Production will begin this winter at an undisclosed theme park. Alex Ginno and Mark Ross are overseeing the project for CBS Films, and Phillip Kobylanski is shepherding the project for CBS Films.

Lynch, the daughter of David Lynch, has directed episodes of “The Walking Dead,” “Quantico,” “Teen Wolf,
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Horror Highlights: Hollywood Horror Museum Members, Xx, Toxic Avenger Marathon, The Wicker Man Screenings

  • DailyDead
The Hollywood Horror Museum presents two very accomplished visionaries in horror as board members, directors John Carpenter and Greg Nicotero. Also in today’s Horror Highlights: details on the all-female directed anthology, Xx, a Toxic Avenger marathon on El Rey Network, and Nitehawk Cinema’s screening of both Wicker Man movies in New York.

Hollywood Horror Museum Members: Press Release: “The Hollywood Horror Museum is proud to announce today, that legendary directors John Carpenter and Greg Nicotero are its two newest board members. The museum which has been showing up at various conventions will be touring later in the year before it finds it’s permanent home in 2017. The interview will be made (if available) upon request.

John Carpenter is the writer, producer, and director of many genre classics including Halloween, Escape From New York, Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing and They Live. Greg Nicotero is director and producer of The Walking Dead,
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St. Vincent to Make Directorial Debut in Female-Helmed Horror Film

St. Vincent to Make Directorial Debut in Female-Helmed Horror Film
St. Vincent's Annie Clark will make her directorial debut with a segment in Xx, an upcoming anthology horror film composed of four shorts starring and helmed entirely by women.

Clark will film her portion of the movie this spring, though no details were offered regarding the cast or plot. Clark did, however, co-write her segment with burgeoning genre star Roxanne Benjamin, who produced 2014's Faults and the V/H/S films, and made her directorial debut in the 2015 anthology film, Southbound.

Along with Clark, Xx will feature segments from Karyn Kusama (Jennifer's Body,
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Spotlight on the films of Women Horror Directors

  • SoundOnSight
Although relatively scarce, horror movies directed by women are out there. You may have to turn over a few rocks to know who they are and their material might be a little more difficult to get your hands on, but these directors deserve just as much attention and scrutiny as their male counterparts, who have long dominated the genre. The following discusses selections of female directors’ forays into the business of terror. (This post contains spoilers)

Antonia Bird

The late director Antonia Bird’s Ravenous is a bizarre amalgamation of humor and horror that explores cannibalism with warped nuance. The strangely cacophonous score builds up tension as craven outcasts face a glutinous and depraved attacker whose strength seems fortified by his consumption of human flesh. Set during America’s westward expansion, the metaphor of humanity’s insatiable appetite for power is plain to see, but its execution indulges in such
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James Wan Lines Up An Adaptation Of The Boy Who Drew Monsters

While James Wan has projects lined up that encompass many genres – Aquaman and MacGyver, to name just two – horror is clearly where the filmmaker’s heart is. His directorial efforts may be diversifying, but his producer’s eye remains focused clearly on the shadowy, darker corners of the minds of his audience – and those shadows will soon take the form of an adaptation of the popular 2014 novel, The Boy Who Drew Monsters, by Keith Donohue.

The adaptation will be written by Ian Goldberg (Once Upon A Time) and Richard Naing (making his screenwriting debut), and will be produced by Wan for New Line. The plot of the book has all the elements of a great scary tale, featuring aspects of ghost stories, combined with a ‘creature feature’ atmosphere.

“Ever since he nearly drowned in the ocean three years earlier, ten year old Jack Peter Keenan has been deathly afraid to
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Xx Teaser Poster Unleashed

Each day that rises and sets brings us closer to the release of Xx, the all-female-directed horror anthology film. Helmed by terrorizers with lady parts, Jennifer Lynch (ChainedSurveillance), Jovanka Vuckovic (Jacqueline Ess), Mary Harron (American Psycho), and Karyn Kusama (Jennifer's Body), the film now has a kick-ass new teaser poster, thanks to Phantom City Creative's Justin Erickson.Xx is on track to be distributed this year by Magnet Releasing and is produced by Xyz Films. Just today, producer Todd Brown confirmed that Vuckovic is in post-production with her contribution, "The Box." The other directors are on schedule to shoot in late spring.(Disclosure: TwitchFilm founder Todd Brown is an Xyz Films partner.)...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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Beresford casts female co-lead in Us drama

  • IF.com.au
Bruce Beresford has cast rising star Britt Robertson as one of the two female leads in Cook, a drama starring Eddie Murphy.

Murphy will play a cook who is hired by a dying man to prepare meals for the man.s girlfriend and her daughter (Robertson) when he passes.

Shooting is due to start in Los Angeles on November 24, produced by Lee Nelson,. who made romantic drama Celeste & Jesse Forever and action-thrillers Chained and Freezer. The screenplay is by Susan McMartin, a TV writer whose credits include Two and a Half Men, Gary Unmarried, Californication and Another World.

Samuel L. Jackson was slated to play the cook but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts and Uma Thurman and Juno Temple were originally in the frame to play the mother and daughter.

Robertson, 25, was a regular in TV.s Under the Dome before scoring the female lead opposite George Clooney in Disney.s upcoming mystery-adventure Tomorrowland,
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Eddie Murphy cast in Beresford movie

  • IF.com.au
Eddie Murphy will play a cook who is hired by a dying man to prepare meals for his girlfriend and her daughter when he passes in a Us drama to be directed by Bruce Beresford.

The screenplay is by Susan McMartin, an experienced TV writer whose credits include Two and a Half Men, Gary Unmarried, Californication and Another World.

The producer is Lee Nelson, whose credits include the romantic drama Celeste & Jesse Forever and the action-thrillers Chained and Freezer.

Shooting is due to start in New Orleans on November 17. Samuel L. Jackson was originally in talks to play the cook but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. The other cast isn.t confirmed.

.It's a dramatic role and I think Eddie realised it.s a nice change of pace for him,. Beresford told If.

Murphy returns as wise-cracking cop Axel Foley in the fourth edition of Beverly Hill Cop, which
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Van der Boom and Farren star in Oz drama

  • IF.com.au
Claire van der Boom and Eamon Farren are playing the leads in Love is Now, a romantic drama now shooting in Sydney and regional Nsw.

It.s the first narrative feature from writer/director Jim Lounsbury and producer Behren Schulz, who formed Eponine Films in 2009.

The plot follows experienced photographer Audrey (van der Boom) and aspiring snapper Dean (Farren) as they embark on a trip through orchard country and a passionate relationship develops.

The supporting cast includes Anna Torv, Dustin Clare, Heather Mitchell and Chris Haywood.

Schulz told If that he and Lounsbury came up with the idea on a plane trip and the first draft of the script was written in one weekend.

He raised the budget from private investors and sponsorship from Nikon and Reid Cycles. The filmmakers announced the partnership with Nikon at Tropfest last year; the film is being shot on Nikon cameras and Nikkor lenses.
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Trailer For WolfCop Is A Gory Good Time

CineCoup will release its horror comedy Wolfcop this summer its like Dirty Harry only hairier. For those of you that like a good dose of gore this film should deliver. Who knows maybe Wolfcop could become a cult classic of sorts over time. Directed and Written by Lowell Dean and stars Leo Fafard Amy Matysio (Chained) and Jonathan Cherry (House of Dead).
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Trailer: “Wolfcop” Leaps Into Action!

  • Fangoria
Trailer: “Wolfcop” Leaps Into Action!
Earlier this month, Fangoria offered up some exclusive pictures from Lowell Dean’s insane horror-comedy Wolfcop, which combines Emerson Ziffle’s old-fashioned special effects with a neon-soaked retro grindhouse atmosphere.However, now there’s an official trailer for Wolfcop, which debuts in select theaters on June 6th from Cinecoup! Wolfcop stars Leo Fafard as the titular vigilante, Chained’s Amy Matysio, Final […]
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