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Narnia: The Silver Chair Is Director Joe Johnston's Final Movie

Narnia: The Silver Chair Is Director Joe Johnston's Final Movie
We haven't heard anything about The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair since late April, when director Joe Johnston signed on. Sony hasn't issued a formal release date at this time, but the filmmaker put in an appearance at Paris Comic Con, where he not only confirmed that production will begin next winter, with prep work starting next July, but also that this will be his last movie as a director. Here's what he had to say, when asked during an interview if this will in fact be his last directorial effort, while also confirming the production schedule.

"That's the plan. It will take a couple of years to make the film as we won't be able to start shooting next winter in New Zealand, on the South Island, which will be summer down there. And post and the visual effects will take another year and it'll be 2019, and I
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The Shape Of Water Red-Band Trailer: Hey, Man, Learn Sign Language

I liked the first trailer for Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water, but I love the new red-band trailer. Not because of the red-band (Not Safe For Work) elements, though. The initial trailer emphasized the loneliness and isolation of government worker Sally Hawkins. Now we see more of her playful side, and we also get much more Michael Shannon -- always a good thing, because I love that dude -- as he sturms und drangs around the secret laboratory where experiments are being conducted upon a very unusual creature. Please take a look below. Then let us know your thoughts, either via the 'Love It' / 'Hate It' buttons above or below, or in the comments section below. The Shape of Water will open...

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Miike's Blade Of The Immortal Red Band Trailer: Sorry, I Got Blood On It

A new red-band (Not Safe For Work) trailer for Miike Takashi's Blade of the Immortal will slash its way into your bloody heart. IMiike's 100th film is headed for its North American* U.S. debut at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, which will be held from September 21-28. It's described as an action fantasy epic, based on the Japanese manga series by Samura Hiroaki. It's also got a lot of blood and slashed limbs. Synopsis: Samurai Manji has taken a lot of lives, both innocent and guilty, and now lives life in feudal Japan as a criminal. After being cursed with immortality until he kills enough evil men, Manji meets a young girl who enlists him to be her body-guard. Swearing loyalty, protection and vengeance against...

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Firebase: watch Neill Blomkamp's gory new sci-fi short

Ryan Lambie Jun 29, 2017

Set in Vietnam, Neill Blomkamp's Firebase takes in fleshy monsters, guns and gallons of gore. You have been warned...

Over the past few weeks, we've heard quite a bit about Oats Studios - director Neill Blomkamp's independent studio dedicated to making experimental short films. We've already seen Rakka, a 20-minute invasion story starring Sigourney Weaver and a horde of lizard-like, telekinetic alien monsters.

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Next comes Firebase - a piece even gorier and more grotesque than the last. It's set in the Vietnam War, and introduces a terrifying being dubbed the River God, which is capable of inflicting all kinds of horrors on feeble human bodies. Like Rakka, Firebase could form the basis of a feature film further down the line - though as Blomkamp says, he'll be partly basing what happens
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Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair Gets Captain America Director

Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair Gets Captain America Director
After announcing last year that the Chronicles of Narnia franchise will be "restarted" with the new movie The Silver Chair, the producers have finally found their director. Joe Johnston has signed on to direct this fantasy adventure, marking his first movie since the 2014 thriller Not Safe For Work. No cast members have been set at this time, but this story will feature characters from the original C.S. Lewis novels, who haven't been featured in any of the previous movies.

Variety broke the news today, which comes eight months after producer Mark Gordon joined forces with Sony's TriStar Pictures, eOne and The C.S. Lewis Company for this restart. David Magee came aboard to write the screenplay in 2013, although the studios haven't set a release date or a production start date at this time quite yet. Here's what producer Mark Gordon had to say about bringing Joe Johnston in to direct The Silver Chair.
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Emma Watson’s The Circle Ends The Lame Spring Movie Season -- The Weekend Warrior

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

Even Emma Watson and Tom Hanks May Not Be Enough to Make a Mark As April Ends

The last weekend of April, and the “slower” spring movie season is ending this weekend, leading directly into the start of the lucrative summer box office next week. As has been the case in past years, the last couple weekends in April see a couple movies hoping to bring in any amount of money before the first big summer blockbuster, and other movies that will steal away their theaters. Last weekend was pretty sad, but hopefully a few of this weekend’s movies will fare better.

The movie that stands the best chance at finding an audience this weekend is the tech industry thriller The Circle
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The Autopsy Of Jane Doe set report

Ryan Lambie Mar 28, 2017

Creepy sets, gore, a sweary Emile Hirsch and lots of gallows humour. We visited the set of indie horror, The Autopsy Of Jane Doe...

Nb: The following contains some saucy language and discussions that some may consider Not Safe For Work.

Half an hour out east on the Hammersmith & City Line, across a busy dual carriage way, just down from a branch of Tesco’s and tucked away in an old warehouse, about 200 people are making a horror film.

The warehouse interior is now, thanks to the ingenuity of production designer Matt Gant and a few dozen set builders, a basement mortuary in Virginia. There are long corridors. Low lighting that picks out the Victorian wallpaper but leaves corners shrouded in deep shadow. A junk-strewn room houses a man-sized furnace, something the production designer jokingly refers to as “the pizza oven”, but is actually a place where
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Exclusive: James Franco learns new cuss words in Nsfw clip from Why Him?

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Over the holidays, Ned (Bryan Cranston), an overprotective but loving dad and his family visit his daughter at Stanford, where he meets his biggest nightmare: her well-meaning but socially awkward Silicon Valley billionaire boyfriend, Laird (James Franco). Crank the awkward up to 11 with this following exclusive clip from Why Him?! Warning! Not safe for work! As far as I'm concerned,... Read More...
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Here’s a very Not Safe for Work trailer for James Gunn’s The Belko Experiment

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has written a very nasty horror film, and teamed up with the director of Wolf Creek to bring us The Belko Experiment. A tale of twisted corporate enterprise which pits co-workers against each other in a game of cat kill mouse. It might sound like Christopher Smith’s 2006 […]

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Joe Johnston Set to Helm $100 Million Chinese Sci-Fi Feature, ‘Starfall’

Joe Johnston Set to Helm $100 Million Chinese Sci-Fi Feature, ‘Starfall’
Joe Johnston is returning behind the camera to helm the $100 million budget sci-fi film “Starfall.” Per Deadline, the action movie will be shot at Wanda’s new Qingdao Studios in China and will be produced by Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam and Infinity Pictures’ Dede Nickerson.

Plot details for “Starfall” are under wraps, but the screenplay is written by David Coggeshall and will take place on a space station. Lionsgate, Wanda and Infinity Pictures will co-finance the film.

News of the project was announced Monday during Wanda chairman and CEO Wang Jianlin’s presentation for the new massive studio facility and entertainment complex, which includes a 56,000-square-foot green screen stage that will be used for the film.

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Johnston began his career as an effects artist for the first three “Star Wars” films. He went
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The Weekend Warrior 10/7/16: The Girl on a Train, Birth of a Nation, Middle School, Newtown

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

Another bad weekend where nothing really popped, which is bad news for a month at the box office where only Clint Eastwood’s Sully exceeded any expectations. Tim Burton’s new film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came out just below my predictions with $29 million, but the Mark Wahlberg-Peter Berg disaster flick Deepwater Horizon was right around where I predicted with $20.2 million. The comedy Masterminds tanked with just $6.5 million for the weekend to end up in sixth place while Disney’s The Queen of Katwe did slightly better than predicted with $2.5 million.

The first full weekend in October has a good deal of competition from the release of the video game Mafia III to the
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The Last Horror Blog: Bruce Campbell's Chainsaw Hand, Joe Hill's 'Snapshot 1988' and More

Bruce Campbell talks downside of having a chainsaw for a hand – Lovable, Deadite-slaying doofus Ash is ready for a second season of Starz’s Ash Vs. The Evil Dead (debuting on October 2), and having a chainsaw for a hand is, well, pretty handy – except in everyday life. Watch as Campbell shows us the downside of having a power tool appendage in this new Funny or Die clip. The Dangers Of Having A Chainsaw For A Hand - watch more funny videos Vampyres remake hits VOD on October 18 – Artsploitation Films is set to release an updated remake of Jose Larraz’s cult erotic horror flick Vampyres just in time for Halloween. We’ve got the Not Safe For Work trailer to share with you below. Here are the official details from...

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Exclusive Clip: Antibirth, A Very, Very Strange, Nsfw Visit to a Doctor

Approaching psychedelic levels of strangeness, our exclusive clip from Antibirth makes the case ... well, I don't know what case it makes, but it sure is weird. It's also Nsfw (Not Safe For Work), and Pnsfpwotp (Probably Not Safe For Pregnant Women Or Their Partners). Synopsis: Hard-drinking, pill-popping, bong-ripping Lou (Natasha Lyonne) and her best friend Sadie (Chloë Sevigny) spend their days adrift in a druggy haze. But one wild night out becomes a bad trip that never ends when Lou wakes up with symptoms of an unexplained, highly abnormal pregnancy. Who -- or what -- is growing inside her? As her due date approaches with alarming swiftness, the fear, paranoia, and conspiracy theories begin to pile up. Spiked with blasts of hallucinatory color, surreal...

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Exclusive Poster Debut: Klown Forever, Somebody Wants to Kiss Your Ass

We are delighted to share an exclusive poster for Klown Forever, featuring art by Johnny Ryan. Some -- Ok, probably almost everybody -- might consider the poster to be Nsfw (Not Safe For Work), which is why we've parked it below (scroll down, but beware of the adult nature of the imagery). Speaking solely for myself, I believe this is a brilliant poster that captures the essence of one scene in particular while also picturing the essence of a very improper and raucous and very, very funny comedy that I loved when I got to see it at Fantastic Fest last year. Here's the synopsis: Klown Forever follows estranged best friends Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam as they travel to the States seeking fame, fortune...

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Exclusive Sole Proprietor Red Band Trailer: A Sex Worker Meets a Man Without an Identity

"You're in America now, not some Eastern European wild West s-------." The first red band trailer for Sole Proprietor does not glory in its red banded (Not Safe For Work) nature, aside from some profanity and blood, but it clearly establishes itself as an adult-oriented dramatic thriller. Written and directed by Dan Eberle, Sole Proprietor looks to be an intriguing, off-beat affair. The official synopsis lays the groundwork: A former CIA contractor, who has faked his own death, forms an unlikely bond with a self-employed sex worker while awaiting the arrival of his new identity. She involves him in a deadly conspiracy that puts them both in the cross-hairs of a Russian pimp, a corrupt police detective, and a Honduran drug cartel. Alexandra Hellquist, Dan...

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New The Greasy Strangler Trailer Gets Very, Very Nsfw

Our own Ryland Aldrich described The Greasy Strangler as "one of the weirdest and absolutely most disgusting midnight movies in memory. It's also funny as fuck." And if you need proof of that, have we got a trailer for you! Of course, it's Nsfw (Not Safe For Work), which is, apparently, the point. (I confess: I have not seen the movie.) As to the plot, let's turn again to the words of Mr. Aldrich (he saw the film at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year): The rough sketch is that 40-something year old Brayden (aka Big Brayden, aka Sky Elobar) still lives with his father Ronnie (aka Big Ronnie, aka Michael St. Michaels). The father and son duo spend most of their time hanging...

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Exclusive Nsfw Teaser… Don’t F#@k in the Woods!

Right now we have an exclusive Not Safe For Work clip from writer/director Shawn Burkett’s new film, Don’t Fuck in the Woods, makes us happy on several levels. Check it out when no one’s lookin’! Don’t Fuck in the Woods… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Clip: In 13 Cameras, "Confessions" Are Nsfw

Language, boys, language! In a new, exclusive clip from the upcoming 13 Cameras, two young men use language that is, most likely, Not Safe For Work, but once they've finished speaking, it's understandable why profanity was necessary. But what does that have to do with the titular 13 Cameras? Here's the official synopsis: "Newlyweds, Ryan and Claire move into a new home across the country, having no idea their grim and lascivious landlord, Gerald, has installed secret cameras in their rental home. As Ryan and Claire's relationship strains from the stress of their pregnancy, Gerald becomes increasingly consumed with their lives, and begins to physically invade their privacy. Ryan and Claire soon find out that their marital issues are nothing in comparison to the monster...

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Hulk Hogan, Gawker Brace for Jury Verdict at Sex Tape Trial

Hulk Hogan, Gawker Brace for Jury Verdict at Sex Tape Trial
The time has nearly come for a verdict in the first-ever trial pitting a celebrity against a media organization for the posting of a sex tape. The proceedings represent a probing of newsworthiness and whether a media can be held to maintain decency. More than three-and-a-half years since Gawker published a post titled, "Even for a Minute, Watching Hulk Hogan Have Sex in a Canaopy Bed is Not Safe for Work but Watch it Anyway," jury deliberations began after Hogan and Gawker gave a six-member jury in a Florida courtroom their closing arguments. These jurors began

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