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Maslany, Luna, and Hirsch Lend Voices to Trollhunters’ Final Season

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Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna and Emile Hirsch have joined the third and final season of Netflix’s critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning original series DreamWorks Trollhunters, from Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro. They join an already star-studded cast from seasons one and two that includes Kelsey Grammer in his Emmy-winning role as Blinky, Mark Hamill (Dictatious), Lena Headey (Morgana), David Bradley (Merlin), Ron Perlman (Bular), Steven Yeun (Steve), Anjelica Huston (Queen Ursurna), Jonathan Hyde (Strickler), Amy Landecker (Barbara), Charlie Saxton (Toby), Lexi Medrano (Claire) and Fred Tatasciore (Aaarrrgghh!!!).

Aja and Krel, voiced by Maslany and Luna, are two mysterious new students who unknowingly come to the aid of the Trollhunters team in the fight against Morgana. The duo will also reprise their roles and serve as the leads of the next installment in the Tales of Arcadia trilogy, DreamWorks 3 Below, set to debut on Netflix later this year.

Hirsch steps into the role of Jim Lake,
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D.C. Party Diary: The White House and the Press Play Nice (At Least for One Weekend)

Over the first 15 months of President Donald Trump's administration, the relationship between the White House and the press has been cold and contentious. But, for one weekend, over the course of four days of brunches, parties and black-tie dinners, the tension melted a bit and the temperature was turned down.

On Friday evening, Atlantic Media owner David Bradley welcomed several members of the administration to his house for drinks and dinner. First daughter Ivanka Trump, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, defense secretary James Mattis and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross all showed up,...
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‘Trollhunters’ Adds Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna and Emile Hirsch for Part 3 & Beyond

Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna and Emile Hirsch have joined the third and final season of Netflix’s critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning original series DreamWorks Trollhunters, from Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro. They join an already star-studded cast from seasons one and two that includes Kelsey Grammer in his Emmy-winning role as Blinky, Mark Hamill (Dictatious), Lena Headey (Morgana), David Bradley (Merlin), Ron Perlman (Bular), Steven Yeun (Steve), Anjelica Huston (Queen Ursurna), Jonathan Hyde (Strickler), Amy Landecker (Barbara), Charlie Saxton (Toby), Lexi Medrano (Claire) and Fred Tatasciore (Aaarrrgghh!!!). Part Three arrives on Netflix in its entirety on Friday, May …
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Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna & Emile Hirsch Join DreamWorks ‘Trollhunters Part 3’ On Netflix

Former Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna (Narcos) and Emile Hirsch (The Chinese Widow) have joined the third and final season of Netflix's Emmy-winning original series DreamWorks Trollhunters, from Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro. The join the returning cast from seasons one and two that includes Kelsey Grammer as Blinky, Mark Hamill (Dictatious), Lena Headey (Morgana), David Bradley (Merlin), Ron Perlman (Bular), Steven Yeun (Steve), Anjelica Huston (Queen…
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Frightfest Glasgow: ‘The Lodgers’ Review: Dir. Brian O’Malley (2018)

The Lodgers review: The lives of a brother and sister trapped by a curse unravel after the arrival of a charismatic stranger.

The Lodgers review by Kat Hughes.

The Lodgers Review

Horror is a genre that, much like fashion, seems to be perpetually moving around in cycles. Sub-genres that are cool go out of style, only to be replaced by one from a bygone era. We’ve seen it in recent years with slashers like Scream replaced with the gore of Saw, which in turn has been replaced by the jump-scare story, a la Insidious. Way before all of those though was the Gothic horror sub-genre which ranged from the camp Hammer movies to the likes of Frankenstein. Now director Brian O’Malley (Let Us Prey) seems to be kick-starting the latest horror resurgence with his latest movie The Lodgers.

The name might not strike horror into your heart (unless
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FrightFest Glasgow 2018: The Lodgers Review

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Author: Ben Robins

Gothic romance, tortured siblings and a needlessly huge-’n’-haunted manor house hidden right out in the sticks; you can bet your lucky stars it’s another period-set Irish horror. And although Brian O’Malley’s sumptuously shot The Lodgers compounds plenty of the old-school genre nuts-and-bolts, with some slick effects work and solid performances, it’s far from the sort of spirit-stalking shake-up a lot of the horror crowd might well be hoping for.

Finding some sort of new ground in the Anglo-Irish conflicts of early 1920s Ireland, there’s a decent-enough central dynamic in a pair of outcast twins; orphans hidden away in a grubby old mansion off the beaten track, governed by a couple of omni-present, omni-pissed-off local ghosts. And when Charlotte Vega’s Rachel finally starts to rebel, hanging out with a local soldier and giving the finger to white-sheet mum-and-dad, the necessary
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Review: The Lodgers, Neo-Gothic Disturbances

The gothic has always been the cornerstone and mainstay of horror film: that place that is supposed to be the most secure and welcoming - one's home - is suddenly dangerous and uninviting. Irish director Brian O'Malley (Let Us Prey) returns to these horror roots for an update on gothic tropes with a healthy infusion of social-historic drama. Twin siblings Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and Edward (Bill Milner) live in an isolated mansion in the Irish countryside (the ancestral home of their English forebearers who arrived from the UK). They have to follow certain rules in order to keep strange monsters at bay. Reaching their 18th birthday, Rachel starts to chafe against this confinement; on top of this, their solicitor Bermingham (David Bradley) says they are...

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Atlantic to Add 100 Staffers in Hiring Spree

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The Atlantic announced on Wednesday that it would be expanding by adding 100 positions, with roughly half of those being editorial hires. News of the hiring was announced in a company-wide town hall meeting with Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Goldberg and Atlantic Media Chairman David Bradley. The hires were made with the approval of the company’s new majority shareholder, Emerson Collective. The non-profit is owned by Steve Jobs widow, Laurene Powell Jobs. Also Read: Steve Jobs' Widow Laurene Powell Buys The Atlantic “Over the next 12 months, we’ll be adding as many as 100 new staffers to The Atlantic. That’s about a 30 percent boost in...
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Movie Review – The Lodgers (2018)

The Lodgers, 2018.

Directed by Brian O’Malley.

Starring Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner, David Bradley, Moe Dunford, Eugene Simon, Deirdre O’Kane, and Roisin Murphy.

Synopsis:

Anglo Irish twins Rachel and Edward share a strange existence in their crumbling family estate. Each night, the property becomes the domain of a sinister presence (The Lodgers) which enforces three rules upon the twins: they must be in bed by midnight; they may not permit an outsider past the threshold; if one attempts to escape, the life of the other is placed in jeopardy. When troubled war veteran Sean returns to the nearby village, he is immediately drawn to the mysterious Rachel, who in turn begins to break the rules set out by The Lodgers. The consequences pull Rachel into a deadly confrontation with her brother – and with the curse that haunts them.

As The Lodgers swings its battered mansion doors open to reveal
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Watch an Exclusive Clip from the New Gothic Horror Movie The Lodgers

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"They live below and we live above. The day is ours, the night is theirs, and as long as we keep to the rules that's how it remains." At the mansion of Rachel and Edward, you must be in bed by midnight or risk facing the home's haunted inhabitants in The Lodgers, a new gothic horror movie from Brian O’Malley. With the movie coming out in theaters on February 23rd from Epic Pictures, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers.

You can watch our exclusive clip from The Lodgers below (which includes an appearance by David Bradley), and in case you missed it, check here for our own Patrick Bromley's Cinepocalypse review of The Lodgers.

Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA (January 11, 2018) – Epic Pictures has set a February 23rd theatrical date for filmmaker Brian O’Malley’s new gothic horror film The Lodgers, written
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Mpi Will ‘Await Further Instructions’ at the Efm In Berlin

Mpi will be taking Johnny Kevorkian‘s sci-fi thriller Await Further Instructions to the Efm in Berlin. Above you’ll see David Bradley and Neerja Naik, who don’t see eye to eye in this darkly monstrous tale of tyranny and television. Filmed earlier last year at Gsp Studios in York, “the story revolves around the Milgram family, who have […]
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'Await Further Instructions' among Mpi Media Group Efm slate (exclusive)

Dead Night, What Keeps You Alive also receive market premieres.

Mpi Media Group arrives in Berlin with Await Further Instructions from the director of The Disappeared, and Dead Night, from the producers of John Dies At The End.

The company said recently announced What Keeps You Alive starring Hannah Emily Anderson from Jigsaw will also receive its market premiere at the Efm.

Johnny Kevorkian directs Await Further Instructions, which stars David Bradley, Sam Gittins, Neerja Naik, Grant Masters, Abigail Cruttenden, and Holly Weston.

The story takes place on Christmas Day as a family awakens to discover a mysterious black substance covering their house. Bewilderment turns into terror and in-fighting as they turn on the television and read a message that tells them to stay indoors and await further instructions.

Dead Night from director Brad Baruh stars Barbara Crampton, Aj Bowen, Brea Grant and was an official selection at Fantastic Fest 2017.

An idyllic weekend vacation at a secluded
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Images from The Lodgers Capture the Movie’s Gothic Atmosphere

In new images released for Brian O'Malley's The Lodgers (read Patrick Bromley's review here), we get a look at Rachel and Edward's haunted estate and returning war veteran, Sean, in the Irish horror film ahead of its theatrical release on February 23rd.

Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA (January 11, 2018) – Epic Pictures has set a February 23rd theatrical date for filmmaker Brian O’Malley’s new gothic horror film The Lodgers, written by David Turpin and co-produced by Julianne Forde and Ruth Treacy of Tailored Films, the Irish Film Board, and Epic Pictures Group.

The film stars Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner, Moe Dunford, and David Bradley, with Deirdre O'Kane rounding out the cast. The film, which premiered at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, will be released in theaters and on digital platforms on February 23, 2018.

1920, rural Ireland. Anglo Irish twins Rachel and Edward share a strange existence in their crumbling family estate.
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Daniel Day-Lewis reveals what he likes most about working with Paul Thomas Anderson

Daniel Day-Lewis reveals what he likes most about working with Paul Thomas Anderson
“You are always so close to the line of chaos.”

Source: Focus Features

Phantom Thread

Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis has revealed what he enjoys most about working with his Phantom Thread and There Will Be Blood collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson.

Day-Lewis has previously spoken about a challenging and charged atmosphere on the set of Phantom Thread and how he and Thomas Anderson became “overwhelmed by a sense of sadness” during the shoot.

On Saturday, however, speaking alongside the director and his co-star Vicky Krieps after a private screening in London, the actor revealed what he likes most about working with the Us director:

“There’s nothing mad you can do that he won’t encourage you to be madder. I love that. You are always so close to the line of chaos, which you have to be for it to be alive. There’s so much misunderstanding about preparation. You prepare for a long
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Horror Highlights: Comet TV January Schedule, The Lodgers, New Creepy Co. Apparel, Still/Born, FrightFest Glasgow Film Festival, Black Creek, Before We Vanish

Ah, Andrew Fleming's The Craft, such fond memories! If you would like to revisit this movie or anything else playing on Comet TV this month, read on for more details! Also in today's Highlights: release dates revealed for The Lodgers, Still/Born, Black Creek, and Before We Vanish, Creepy Co.'s new apparel, and a look at the Frightfest Glasgow Film Festival 2018 lineup.

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The Craft (1996)

Teen movies might want you to believe that high school was all about keggers and beautiful cheerleaders, but we prefer The Craft’s version of events. Featuring a quartet of angsty teens who turn to witchcraft in the face of personal high school horrors, The Craft casts a spell that leaves you wishing you had an
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Brian O'Malley's The Lodgers Approaches the Witching Hour

Tagline: "We See You." The Gothic supernatural horror The Lodgers is set to release this February. The film was developed by award winning director Brian O'Malley (Let Us Prey, 2014). In the film, a brother and sister are trapped on an ageing estate. They must follow three rules, or face a supernatural confrontation. The Lodgers premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, in 2017. The film stars: Charlotte Vega (Another Me, 2013), Bill Milner, Eugene Simon and David Bradley. A premiere of the film's United States' theatrical premiere is hosted here. The Lodgers is set in 1920s rural Ireland. Here, Rachel (Vega) and Edward (Milner) are ensnared by the lodgers, who emerge at midnight. When Rachel breaks three cursed rules, she sets in motion a showdown with the mansion's supernatural jailers. The film was partially developed by Epic Pictures Group. The Lodgers has already won several awards. It won "Best Special Effects" and
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Second Official Trailer for Brian O'Malley's Gothic Horror 'The Lodgers'

"Every sound the house makes, I hear them..." Epic Pictures has unveiled a new official trailer for the Irish gothic horror film called The Lodgers, following up the first trailer that debuted last year when this film was premiering at film festivals in the fall. Set in 1920s, the story is about twins Rachel and Edward who share a strange existence in their crumbling family estate. Each night, the property becomes the domain of a sinister presence ("The Lodgers") who enforces three rules upon the twins: they must be in bed by midnight; they may not permit an outsider past the threshold; if one attempts to escape, the life of the other is placed in jeopardy. Sounds pretty creepy. Starring Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner, David Bradley, and Eugene Simon. This looks like a solid thriller and it got some good reviews at the festivals. Might be worth a watch. Here's
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Horror Channel Frightfest Announces 2018 Glasgow Line-Up

Each year during Glasgow Film Festival 2018 the Frightfest team carve up a portion of the festival to embrace the dark heart of cinema. Taking place this year on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd March, Horror Channel Frightfest has lined up another killer roster featuring all the staples – ghosts, ghouls and gore.

Ghost Stories remains one of the scariest stage shows ever seen and on Thursday night FrightFest kicks off with a special screening of Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s smash hit phenomenon. Paying homage to such classic Amicus horror anthologies as From Beyond the Grave and Ealing’s Dead of Night, this unforgettable screen adaptation terrifies in a whole new thrilling and chilling dimension. Both Nyman and Dyson will be attending. This is followed by the Scottish premiere of Brian O’Malley’s supernatural romance, The Lodgers, a masterful Irish set Gothic ghost story, starring Charlotte Vega and David Bradley.
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Horror Channel FrightFest announces Glasgow Film Festival 2018 line-up

Horror Channel FrightFest has announced its line-up for this year’s Glasgow Film Festival, running from Thursday March 1st to Saturday March 3rd. Here’s details of the full line-up…

Thurs 1St March

21:00 Ghost Stories (Special screening)

Professor Philip Goodman (Andy Nyman) is a renowned sceptic of the supernatural and clairvoyant. Given the opportunity to investigate three case histories of baffling paranormal activity, he uncovers mysteries beyond his own imagination leading to a shocking personal nightmare conclusion.

Directors Andy Nyman, Jeremy Dyson Cast Martin Freeman, Paul Whitehouse, Alex Lawther UK 2017, 1hr38m, 15+

23:20 The Lodgers (Scottish Premiere)

Set in a rapidly changing 1920s society under the weakening grasp of British colonialism, orphaned twins Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and Edward (Bill Milner) share a strange existence in their crumbling family estate. For each night the property becomes the domain of a sinister presence enforcing three rules upon them; bed by midnight,
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Horror Channel FrightFest announces Glasgow 2018 line-up

Xavier Gens’ Cold Skin

Horror Channel FrightFest have announced the line-up for this years Glasgow event – which includes a wide variety of films from across the globe, with films from ten countries, spanning four continents, reflecting the world-wide popularity of the genre.

Opening on Thursday night with Ghost Stories - which remains one of the scariest stage shows ever seen – FrightFest kicks off with a special screening of Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s smash hit phenomenon. Starring Martin Freedman, Paul Whitehouse, as well as Nyman, this unforgettable screen adaptation terrifies in a whole new thrilling and chilling dimension. Jeremy and Andy will be attending. This is followed by the Scottish premiere of Brian O’Malley’s supernatural romance The Lodgers, a masterful Irish set Gothic ghost story, starring Charlotte Vega and David Bradley.

Friday’s line-up lunges into vampiric action with the UK premiere of Dragos Buliga’s The
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