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'Blade Runner 2049' Comes Home, Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

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Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Flatliners (horror-drama; Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton; rated PG-13) The Mountain Between Us (romantic drama; Kate Winslet, Idris Elba, Dermot Mulroney, Beau Bridges; rated PG-13) Jeepers Creepers 3 (horror sequel; Jonathan Breck, Gina Philips, Meg Foster, Stan Shaw, Gabrielle Haugh; not rated) The Killing of a Sacred Deer (horror-suspense; Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Barry Keoghan, Raffey Cassidy, Sunny Suljic; rated R)   Digital HD: Rent from $4-$7 or...

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Jeepers Creepers 3 TV Premiere Locked In For Late October

Contentious horror threequel Jeepers Creepers 3 is coming to TV a lot sooner than you think, thanks to Syfy’s ongoing 31 Days of Halloween event.

Word comes by way of Dread Central, confirming that Victor Salva’s troubled and indeed long-in-development flick will swoop onto television on Saturday, October 28th at 9pm, before Syfy stages an encore showing on Sunday, October 29th at the earlier time of 7pm.

Since Jeepers Creepers 3 was first hatched, Salva’s follow-up has become the cinematic equivalent of a hot potato. Major theaters chains quickly distanced themselves from the project, restricting Jeepers Creepers 3 to one-night-only screenings back in September.

Of course, as I’m sure you’re well aware, Victor Salva’s criminal record is the sole source of controversy, given the filmmaker was convicted for sexual misconduct with a minor more than 10 years ago. His victim, Nathan Forrest Winters, has since issued
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Syfy Plans To Host TV Premiere Of Jeepers Creepers 3 Later This Month

From Jigsaw to Leatherface to Amityville: The Awakening, this Halloween season will soon present horror fans with an embarrassment of riches as theaters across the globe begin hosting all sorts of cinematic ghosts and ghouls.

But if there’s one movie that was quietly shunned by distributors, it’s Jeepers Creepers 3 (for good reason, too, but more on that later). Yes, after years spent languishing on the brink of development, Victor Salva’s threequel faced another uphill battle when many of America’s major theater chains dropped it like a hot potato. Only a small handful of companies stood firm, leading to an exclusive one-night-only screening via Regal Theaters.

Such pent-up demand led to Jeepers Creepers 3 securing a second theatrical showing (October 4th), but other than that, the film’s distribution is about as limited as they come. Leave it to Syfy, then, to step in and secure JC3‘s TV premiere.
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‘Jeepers Creepers’, Where’d You Get That Bad Third Movie?

*before going into the review, let’s get the obvious out of the way: we at Age of the Nerd would like to take a moment to say we are fully aware of Victor Salva’s criminal history and the moral dilemma that is presented when discussing or financially supporting his movies.

The horror landscape has changed rather drastically in the sixteen years since controversy magnet Victor Salva first introduced slasher-starved audiences to “the Creeper” (Jonathan Breck) and his taste for body parts in the ‘Jeepers Creepers‘ franchise. Since then, there’s been the rise of the torture porn sub-genre and filmmakers like Eli Roth and Rob Zombie, the supernatural found footage genre, an obnoxious onslaught of inferior remakes (fingers shall be pointed specifically at The Wicker Man, When a Stranger Calls and Black Christmas) and a needed return to form thanks to filmmakers like James Wan, David Sandberg and Jennifer Kent.
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Jeepers Creepers 3 Review

Stop us if you’ve heard this one. A vaguely demonic creature emerges every 20-something years to terrorize, stalk and ultimately devour residents of a small town before returning to its slumber. Nope, we’re not talking about Pennywise, the freaky killer clown currently rocking the box office in director Andy Muschietti’s It. As horror fans will know, the same modus operandi applies just as equally to the Creeper, the boogeyman that headlined 2001 horror hit Jeepers Creepers and its 2003 sequel. Now, writer/director Victor Salva and actor Jonathan Breck – who donned the hat and trenchcoat as the Creeper in Salva’s previous two entries – aim to resurrect the character once again with Jeepers Creepers 3.

Set between its predecessors, this installment attempts to recontextualize those events while introducing new characters that have been affected by the Creeper’s rampage. While Brandon Smith reprises his role as Sergeant Tubbs from the first film,
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Salva Already Plotting Jeepers Creepers 4; Mooted Sequel Would Take Things In A “Whole New Direction”

Unlike most other horror threequels, Jeepers Creepers 3 bucks tradition by situating its story between the events of Jeepers Creepers 1 and 2, and though it’s taken an awful long time to take flight, Victor Salva’s nightmarish vision is about to slither onto the silver screen.

But what of the franchise’s future? A Jeepers Creepers 4 has already been pitched before, when it was revealed back in May that Salva had been quietly plotting a new continuation in the Creeper saga. That’s something that series mainstay Jonathan Breck (The Creeper) echoed during an exhaustive interview with IGN, one that touched on everything from make-up and prosthetics to Salva’s criminal record. For the record: Breck is firmly of the belief that the contentious filmmaker deserves a second chance.

As for a potential fourth film, it’s not off the table:

Yeah, if we’re lucky enough to have it happen.
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Three Terrifying Clips For Jeepers Creepers 3 Summon A Dormant Evil

On the eve of release, American Zoetrope and Myriad Pictures have conjured up a trio of terrifying clips for Jeepers Creepers 3, the long-in-development horror flick that’s coming by way of Victor Salva. And therein lies the source of controversy.

Truth be told, the sequel known as Ravenous will soon face another uphill battle if it’s to really attract a mass audience. Jeepers Creepers has always been celebrated as a cult franchise with its own quirks and spooky delights, but the threequel has been a big point of contention amongst horror fans, mostly due to Salva’s heinous crime, for which he served 15 months in state prison. For the record, his victim, Nathan Forrest Winters, has since issued a statement to say that it’s really up to the audience whether they want to catch The Creeper’s resurrection on the silver screen.

Perhaps more than any other horror film in recent memory,
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Jeepers Creepers 3 Trailer #2 Has the Creeper Back on the Hunt

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Jeepers Creepers 3 Trailer #2 Has the Creeper Back on the Hunt
Screen Media Films has released a new trailer for Jeepers Creepers 3, which will get a one-night-only theatrical release from Fathom Events in theaters nationwide September 26. This trailer is a full minute longer than the first trailer that dropped two weeks ago, giving fans a better look at the iconic Creeper (Jonathan Breck), and those in the small town who band together to put an end to the Creeper's reign of terror once and for all. While we still have a few weeks left until this special event, there has already been plenty of controversy swirling around the movie.

Even before production began, we reported last March that the Jeepers Creepers 3 production was being forced to move, just before the production was supposed to begin in Canada. The production shift was forced by The Canadian Performers Union, which stopped a casting call from going out for the film, once the union
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International Jeepers Creepers 3 Trailer Brings The Scares

Is there a more contentious horror film than Jeepers Creepers 3?

Victor Salva’s long-in-development threequel was first hatched in 2006, and has been dogged by production woes and setbacks ever since. And that’s before you factor Salva’s dubious past into the equation. In short: the filmmaker was accused of sexual misconduct with a minor almost two decades ago, and served 15 months in state prison. His victim, Nathan Forrest Winters, has since come out to say that it’s really up to the viewer whether they choose to support Jeepers Creepers 3. You can read his full, candid statement here.

As for the film itself, it’s now on the verge of its limited theatrical release, and an international trailer has clawed its way online to prove it. Embedded above, today brings forth an extended peek at The Creeper, which is about to begin its bloodthirsty harvest. Not unlike the Pennywise of Stephen King’s It,
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[Media] - "Jeepers Creepers 3 " Teaser Trailer

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

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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Trailer for Horror Sequel 'Jeepers Creepers III' Directed by Victor Salva

"What happened here, happened before!" Screen Media Films has unveiled a short but effective trailer for the horror sequel Jeepers Creepers III, the newest since Jeepers Creepers II hit theaters way back in 2003. Once again directed by Victor Salva, who made the first two, this one actually takes place between the first and second film. This one is about Sergeant Tubbs assembling a task force hellbent on destroying The Creeper, which is terrorizing a local farming community. The cast includes Brandon Smith, Meg Foster, Gina Philips, Carrie Lazar, Stan Shaw, Joyce Giraud, and Jonathan Breck playing The Creeper. I remember all the rage for the first two, but I'm surprised they've made a sequel now 15 years later. Anyone? Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Victor Salva's Jeepers Creepers III, direct from YouTube: Set between the first and second films, Sgt Davis Tubbs (Brandon Smith) assembles a task force
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The Creeper Takes Flight In Brief First Teaser For Jeepers Creepers 3

It’s a project that has been mired in controversy from the off no thanks to Victor Salva’s unspeakable crimes, but even after Wednesday’s high-profile cancellation, Jeepers Creepers 3 is still prepped and ready to take flight.

With Regal Cinemas planning a one-night-only screening of the horror threequel – September 26th is the date for your diaries – today brings forth the very first teaser trailer for Jeepers Creepers 3, in which Jonathan Breck stages his return as the winged abomination.

It’s more of a special TV spot that anything else, one designed to drum up excitement for this month’s exclusive screening at Regal Cinemas. But it does offer up an exciting peek at what’s to come. Headed up by Gina Philips, Meg Foster, Brandon Stacy, and Stan Shaw, we understand Salva’s long-in-development sequel is the direct continuation of the 2001 cult classic. Not only that, but there’s
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Sylvester Stallone Posts Rare Shot of Rocky Deleted Scene — See the Pic!

Sylvester Stallone Posts Rare Shot of Rocky Deleted Scene — See the Pic!
Made on a budget of just over $1 million and shot in less than a month, Rocky is one of Hollywood’s biggest success stories — becoming the highest-grossing film of 1976, spawning a series of sequels and spinoffs, and going on to win three Oscars including Best Picture.

Though Sylvester Stallone‘s masterpiece has been viewed for years, there’s still something even the biggest Rocky fan hasn’t seen.

On Friday, the 71-year-old actor shared a rare photo from the film from one of its deleted scenes.

“Rare deleted scene from Rocky,” he wrote — explaining that the footage itself had been lost forever.
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Stan Shaw to Star in ‘Jeepers Creepers 3’

Stan Shaw to Star in ‘Jeepers Creepers 3’
Stan Shaw is set to star in “Jeepers Creepers 3.”

The original “Jeepers Creepers” was released in 2001, followed by a sequel, “Jeepers Creepers 2,” in 2003. The two movies centered on an ancient creature, known as “the Creeper,” which hunts for 23 days every 23rd spring for human body parts and organs. Myriad Pictures will finance the threequel.

Jeepers Creepers 3” reunites the original creative team behind the first two films, including writer-director Victor Salva. Jonathan Breck will reprise his role as the Creeper and Brandon Smith returns as Sergeant Davis Tubbs.

Shaw plays the sheriff who is currently hunting the creature.

Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope, which produced the first two films, will co-produce along with Kirk Shaw and Surai Gohill’s Odyssey Media, and Stan Spry’s The Cartel. Coppola, Shaw and Spry will serve as producers and Myriad’s Kirk D’Amico will executive produce.

Shaw’s past credits include “Rocky” and “Snake Eyes.
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Filming underway on Jeepers Creepers 3, Gina Philips, Adrienne Barbeau and more confirmed to star

It’s been a long time coming, but production is now underway on Jeepers Creepers 3, the third instalment of writer-director Victor Salva’s cult horror series, and thanks to Cinema Runner we know who’ll be appearing in the film alongside the returning Jonathan Breck as The Creeper.

The site reports that Gina Philips, star of the original film, will be reprising the role of Trish Jenner, along with Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog) as a character called Gaylen Brandon, Stan Shaw (The Monster Squad) as Sheriff Tashtego and Brandon Stacy (Terminator: Genisys) as Miller, a deputy hunting for The Creeper.

See Also: Check out the teaser poster for Jeepers Creepers 3 here

Also set to feature in the cast are Chester Rushing, Ryan Moore, Patrick Thomas Cragin, Brandon Smith, Gabrielle Haugh, Justin Hall, Michael Papajohn, Megan Elizabeth Wright, Jason Bayle, Cade Burk, Joyce Giraud, Jordan Salloum, Don Yesso, David Davis, Casey Hendershot,
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Jeepers Creepers 3 Brings in 80s Scream Queen Adrienne Barbeau

Jeepers Creepers 3 Brings in 80s Scream Queen Adrienne Barbeau
Just a few days ago, production started on the highly-anticipated horror sequel Jeepers Creepers 3, which was previously known as Cathedral. The actually title has yet to be confirmed. There had been rumors that Gina Phillips, who starred in the first Jeepers Creepers as Trish Jenner, was returning, and that Ray Wise will reprise his role as Jack Taggert Sr. Today the full cast list has surfaced, confirming Gina Phillips' return, along with the franchise debut of genre legend Adrienne Barbeau.

Cinema Runner got a hold of the cast list, which reveals that Adrienne Barbeau is playing a character named Gaylen Brandon, although no details for her role were given. Gina Phillips is also coming back, along with the previously-confirmed Jonathan Breck as The Creeper himself. But this cast list doesn't include Ray Wise, so he's likely not coming back, unless it's in a surprise cameo.

The cast also includes Stan Shaw as Sheriff Tashtego,
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Exclusive: Aisha Tyler Talks Powerful 'Criminal Minds' Episode and the Bau Team's New Look

Exclusive: Aisha Tyler Talks Powerful 'Criminal Minds' Episode and the Bau Team's New Look
Aisha Tyler is taking center stage on Criminal Minds.

On Wednesday’s episode, titled “Mirror Image,” Tyler’s character, Dr. Tara Lewis, is targeted by Mr. Scratch, one of the remaining serial killers at large that the Bau team has been chasing. He grabs her attention by kidnapping her brother and sending a man under his spell, Desmond Holt (Alimi Ballard), to play the part of Dr. Lewis’ missing sibling.

Related: 'Criminal Minds' Reveals What Happened to Thomas Gibson's Character

The episode, directed by series star Joe Mantegna, is a slight departure from the usual procedural elements that make the CBS crime drama tick. As Tyler explains, exploring Dr. Lewis’ backstory, family history and why she has a vested interest in serial killers was a mandate the writers always intended to delve into.

“It was the extension of a conversation with [executive producers] Erica Messer and Breen Frazier when they first brought me on the show
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‘Snake Eyes’: Brian De Palma’s Funhouse of Facades and Fabrications

In the weeks leading up to Snake Eyes’ release in August of 1998, my dad and I had gone together to see Lethal Weapon 4, There’s Something About Mary and The Negotiator. Both action titles were forgettable fare, but were a big deal upon release. (Riggs and Murtaugh vs. Jet Li! Samuel L. Jackson and Kevin Spacey conversing via walkie-talkie!) Brian De Palma‘s Snake Eyes with dad was the next order of business. The theater was packed because adults frequented the multiplexes not so long ago. You’re all of 10 years old, Nicolas Cage’s recent output – The Rock, Con Air, and Face/Off — has been terrific, and something seemed off with this new one. You remember leaving the theater not disappointed, but with little to discuss with dad on the ride home. Dad passed away in 2013, long after the Gary Sinise villain era and a few years before
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