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‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’ Review

Stars: Doug Jones, Lance Henriksen, Patrick Gorman, Simon Phillips, Sean Sprawling, Daniel Joo, Eva Swan, Katherine Taylor, Justin Gordon, Matthew Edward Hegstrom, Mauricio Gomez Amoretti | Written by Hiroshi Katagiri, Nathan Long, Brad Palmer | Directed by Hiroshi Katagiri

I have to admit that what drew me most to Gehenna: Where Death Lives was the appearance of Doug Jones (most recently seen in the Oscar winner The Shape Of Water) in the movie. I suspected it might be just a cameo but it was enough to at least get me interested.

We start with a group of investors head up by Lance Henriksen, in a short cameo via phone call, who are looking for the perfect spot for a new resort. When they seemingly find this, they also find a hidden Japanese bunker from World War 2, which they decide to explore. This is a horror movie, so obviously exploring an abandoned war
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Emmys 2018 exclusive: CBS Studios categories for ‘The Good Fight,’ ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for CBS Studios. They have “The Good Fight” (Christine Baranski) and “Star Trek: Discovery” (Sonequa Martin-Green) for CBS All Access, “Jane the Virgin” (Gina Rodriguez) and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (Rachel Bloom) for CW and “American Vandal” (Jimmy Tatro) for Netflix among their 2018 contenders.

See‘The Good Fight’ impeachment episode ‘Day 450’ deserves major Emmy kudos

Below, the list of CBS lead, supporting and guest submissions for their comedy, drama and limited series, plus other genres. Keep in mind that several shows that air on the network, like “The Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon,” are being submitted by their studios instead. More names might be added to the list below by the network before final Emmy paperwork deadlines. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.
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Movie Review – Gehenna: Where Death Lives (2018)

Gehenna: Where Death Lives , 2018.

Directed by Hiroshi Katagiri.

Starring Doug Jones, Lance Henriksen, Patrick Gorman, Simon Phillips, Sean Sprawling, and Eva Swan.


A scouting party are exploring the picturesque island of Saipan, with the intention of tracking down the ideal place for a new resort. These efforts are exacerbated somewhat by the incensed locals, who take objection to how the group are disrespectfully traipsing all over the island’s cultural heritage. In spite of this resistance, the team eventually discovers the perfect spot: remote; tranquil and situated right next to a gorgeous beach.

They are about to sign-off on the idyllic location, when they inadvertently stumble across a derelict WW2 Bunker. Theorising that this underground complex (a remnant of the former Japanese occupation) might cause some structural problems for the coming resort, the gang foolishly opt to investigate further. As you would expect, paranormal shenanigans ensue.

Gehenna: Where Death Lives
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Yep, There's a Human Being Inside That Robot Suit in Netflix's Lost in Space

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As expected, one of the most memorable characters in Neflix's reboot of Lost in Space ends up being the mysterious robot. Like the rest of the characters, including the Robinson family and the is-she-or-isn't-she-evil Dr. Smith, the robot receives a major makeover from the original '60s sci-fi series that aired on CBS. Instead of the original's blinking silver accordion, or the friendly, almost toy-like appearance of the robot in the 1998 film, the latest iteration of the robot is slick, futuristic, and reminiscent of the creatures in Alien and Predator. Inside of the hulking metal exterior, however, is a regular human being, one who you might not realize you've seen before.

Brian Steele plays the show's robot, which ends up being a surprisingly sympathetic character despite its lack of dialogue and its unfortunate tendency to transform into a hulking, whirring, killing machine when threatened. Will (Maxwell Jenkins
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Russo Bros. Say Don’t Expect the Silver Surfer to Glide into ‘Infinity War’

Before he was a Fishman, Doug Jones performed the space-surfin' subtitle character of 2007's much maligned Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Performing the actual dialogue for the Herald of Galactus, however, was Laurence Fishburne, a recent addition to the McU proper who will make his debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp. The Marvel Comics character is still well and truly owned by 20th Century Fox, despite the fact that Fox and Disney are in the midst of merger negotiations. However, according to a Metacritic listing, some fans got fired up about the possibility of Silver …
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Watch an Exclusive Clip from Gehenna: Where Death Lives, Co-Starring Lance Henriksen

Co-starring Doug Jones (The Shape of Water) and Lance Henriksen (Aliens), the new subterranean horror film Gehenna: Where Death Lives is coming to theaters and digital platforms in the Us on May 4th courtesy of Uncork’d Entertainment, and we've been provided with an exclusive clip for Daily Dead readers to enjoy ahead of its release.

You can watch Henriksen in our exclusive clip below, and in case you missed it, check here to read our Q&A with director Hiroshi Katagiri and executive producer Saik Meng Kee.

Press Release: Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, gives a mind-blowing performance in Gehenna : Where Death Lives, in theaters and On Demand May 4.

The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Hiroshi Katagiri, who also provides the film’s impressive effects, Gehenna co-stars genre icon Lance Henriksen, Eva Swan, Simon Phillips, and Justin Gordon.

Encompassing horror,
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‘Saturday Night Live’: Adam Driver Filmed a Surprise Cameo for Unaired ‘Shape of Water’ Sketch

‘Saturday Night Live’: Adam Driver Filmed a Surprise Cameo for Unaired ‘Shape of Water’ Sketch
The Amazonian creature from “The Shape of Water” had a difficult decade after he and Sally Hawkins sought their happily-ever-after in a Baltimore canal — at least according to the collective imagination of the “Saturday Night Live” writing staff. A cut-for-time taped sketch from this weekend’s John Mulaney-hosted episode follows the downward career trajectory of amphibious actor Fish Man (Kyle Mooney), star of Guillermo del Toro’s recent Best Picture Oscar winner. The character was actually played by six-time del Toro collaborator Doug Jones, who answered to the onset nickname “Charlie Tuna.”

“Fish Dreams” opens in agent (Beck Bennett)’s office, where Fish Man passes up a part in Martin Scorsese’s ocean-set “Goodfellas” remake (“Fishfellas”), eager to stock his just-leased gallery space with his original photographs. At Fish Man’s art opening, his pal and fellow gilled actor, Roger (Mulaney) gets his permission to pursue the role instead.
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Trailer, poster and images for horror Gehenna: Where Death Lives starring Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen

Ahead of its release next month, a trailer, poster and batch of images have arrived online for the upcoming supernatural horror Gehenna: Where Death Lives. The film marks the feature directorial debut for Hiroshi Katagiri and stars Doug Jones, Lance Henriksen, Eva Swan, Simon Phillips, and Justin Gordon; take a look below…

Encompassing horror, suspense and a twist that will blow your mind, Gehenna fixes on five people who enter a hidden bunker from WW2, and realize it’s way more than a bunker. Some fates are Much worse than death.

Gehenna: Where Death Lives is set for release on May 4th.

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Trailer for Mysterious Post-Apocalyptic We've Forgotten More Than We Ever Knew

Better late than never is my motto, which is why I'm sharing some information on Thomas Woodrow's intoxicating post-apocalyptic We've Forgotten More than We Ever Knew, a film that comes highly recommended by quietearth.

The film stars Doug Jones along with Louisa Krause and Aaron Stanford.


After traversing a hostile post-apocalyptic wilderness for many years, a pair of survivors encounters the ruins of a vanished society. What they discover will threaten their relationship, their memories, and their future.
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Doug Jones Interview: The Shape of Water

Even if you don’t know the face, you probably already love Doug Jones. To rubber suits what Andy Serkis is to motion-capture, he has brought countless striking creatures of all descriptions to life, from hand-eyed monsters to Silver Surfers. Versatile, physical and able to pull realistic emotion from behind layers of makeup, Jones’ a master of the form.

He’s probably best known for his collaborations with Guillermo del Toro, a relationship going back twenty years and covering half-a-dozen movies.
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The Best of Movie Poster of the Day: Part 18

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Above: 1986 Japanese poster for She’s Gotta Have It (Spike Lee, USA, 1986).In the ten months since I last did a round-up of the most popular posters on Movie Poster of the Day, two things have happened. I’ve slacked off a bit: after running the site since November 2011 and posting one poster every single day for years, in the past year I’ve let my self-appointed task slide a little and have been posting more sporadically. And at the same time it seems that Tumblr is starting to atrophy. At its height my site had over 300,000 followers—it still does officially, but I would guess that a large percentage of those people are no longer still on Tumblr or rarely check their feed. I’m often asked why I don’t up sticks and move to Instagram instead, but while I love Instagram for personal stuff, Tumblr is still
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Full Trailer for Extra Creepy Bunker Horror 'Gehenna' with Doug Jones

"How far does this go?" Uncork'd Entertainment has released the first official trailer for a super creepy horror thriller titled Gehenna, or Gehenna: Where Death Lives in full, from Japanese director and SFX veteran Hiroshi Katagiri. This film is about a group of white tourists who travel to Saipan in the Mariana Islands, and go into a WWII bunker they think is the perfect place for a resort. Once inside, they discover there's much more to the bunker - including a very pasty old slender man, as well as the horror trope of "they must face their most private secrets." Gehenna stars Lance Henriksen, Patrick Gorman, Simon Phillips, Sean Sprawling, Eva Swan, Justin Gordon, and Katherine Wallace. Plus Doug Jones as the "Creepy Old Man" (literally what his character is listed as). I wish this looked better, but it looks so bad. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster art) for Hiroshi Katagiri's Gehenna,
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Gehenna Trailer: Doug Jones Stars in Katagiri Hiroshi's Directorial Debut

Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, stars in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, in theaters and On-Demand May 4. The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Katagiri Hiroshi, who also provides the film's impressive effects, Gehenna co-stars genre icon Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Eva Swan, Simon Phillips, and Justin Gordon. Encompassing horror, suspense and a twist that will blow your mind, Gehenna fixes on five people who enter a hidden bunker from WW2, and realize it's way more than a bunker. Some fates are Much worse than death. Spectral Motion, known for award-winning work on such films as Hellboy and Looper, did the makeup effects on the creature played by Jones. Gehenna: Where Death Lives...

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[Trailer] Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen Star in ‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’

[Trailer] Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen Star in ‘Gehenna: Where Death Lives’
There’s a good chance you’ve heard about Gehenna: Where Death Lives over the years, a horror film that’s been on our radar for quite some time now. Finally, it’s headed our way via Uncork’d Entertainment next month, and THR scored the trailer today. Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen star in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, the directional […]
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Doug Jones Gets Creepy in Trailer for 'Gehenna: Where Death Lives'

Doug Jones Gets Creepy in Trailer for 'Gehenna: Where Death Lives'
After starring as a gentle fish man in this year's best picture winner Shape of Water, Doug Jones is playing someone a little less cuddly.

Jones is known for his creature work in movies such as Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth, and is now lending his talents to Gehenna: Where Death Lives, the directorial debut of veteran visual effects artist Hiroshi Katagiri, known for his work on Jurassic Park and Pacific Rim.

Heat Vision has the exclusive trailer for the project, in which Jones plays a creepy creature terrorizing a group of five people who come across a World War II-era bunker. Soon, his victims discover there...
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Doug Jones Gives Advice to Whoever Plays Abe Sapien in New ‘Hellboy’ Franchise

Doug Jones Gives Advice to Whoever Plays Abe Sapien in New ‘Hellboy’ Franchise
Neil Marshall’s upcoming Hellboy, starring David Harbour (“Stranger Things”) in the title role, is going to be a way different film than Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy movies. We’ve recently been told that it’s going to be a darker, rated R vision, and none of the actors from del Toro’s movies will be back. This includes Doug Jones, […]
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Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two; Anson Mount to Play Iconic Trek Character

Anson Mount is headed to CBS All Access. Today, the streaming service announced the Marvel's Inhumans star has joined season two of Star Trek: Discovery.The newest installment in the Star Trek franchise takes place 10 years before the original series and stars Jason Isaacs, Mary Wiseman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Rainn Wilson, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Michelle Yeoh, and James Frain.Read More…
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Anson Mount Joins ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2

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Anson Mount Joins ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2
Star Trek: Discovery” has just added Anson Mount to its cast for Season 2.

The “Hell on Wheels” star will play as Captain Christopher Pike, a character first introduced in the original “Star Trek” series as the leader of the U.S.S. Enterprise prior to Captain James T. Kirk.

He joins a cast that includes Sonequa Martin-Green, Michelle Yeoh, Jason Isaacs, Anthony Rapp, Shazad Latif, Doug Jones and Mary Wiseman.

Also Read: 'Star Trek: Discovery' to Beam Up Chapter 2 in January

The Captain Pike character has most recently played by Bruce Greenwood in J.J. Abrams’ reboot of the film series.

The CBS All Access series will serve as Mount’s follow-up to ABC’s Marvel series “Inhumans,” which is not expected to return for a second season.

Cat's out of the bag. Yep, I have officially joined Starfleet, a dream I've had since around the age of 8 when I first discovered Tos syndicated on my local access channel in middle Tn. And couldn't be more excited to be playing Pike! @startrekcbs

— Anson Mount (@ansonmount) April 9, 2018

Read original story Anson Mount Joins ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2 At TheWrap
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Hellboy Veteran Doug Jones Has Some Advice For The Next Abe Sapien

In the space of five short years, Guillermo del Toro delivered the dazzling one-two punch of Hellboy and its somewhat underappreciated sequel, The Golden Army, rendering the likes of Ron Perlman, Doug Jones and Selma Blair into household names – if they weren’t already, of course.

Perhaps more so than any other Hellboy alumni, it is Doug Jones who continues to collaborate with del Toro even to this day, most recently providing the mo-cap performance for his fish creature in the Oscar-winning hit, The Shape of Water.

And though he isn’t involved in Lionsgate’s Hellboy reboot whatsoever, Jones recently sat down with Screen Rant to discuss the future of Big Red, and why he’s open to the possibility of another actor being cast as the young Abe Sapien.

I’m told that Abe Sapien doesn’t really show up in this first reboot movie, so for a
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Star Trek: Discovery’s Doug Jones Says Saru Shouldn’t Be Captain (Yet)

Star Trek: Discovery actor Doug Jones says Saru might become a captain one day, but right now he’s just not ready. Jones (who recently starred in Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar-winning fantasy The Shape of Water) is well-known for taking on challenging roles that require a lot of time in the make-up chair, and Saru is no exception.

The Discovery’s first officer is a Kelpien – a species designated as prey on their own planet, who evolved to have heightened awareness of danger, detected by tendrils on the back of their head called ‘threat ganglia’.
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