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‘Anna’: First Look At Maxine Peake As Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya, Film Bridge Takes Over Sales Duties

‘Anna’: First Look At Maxine Peake As Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya, Film Bridge Takes Over Sales Duties
Exclusive: Here’s your first look at BAFTA-nominee Maxine Peake (The Village) as the late, fearless Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya in feature Anna.

As we revealed last week, production is underway in Riga, Latvia, on the biopic of the journalist, human rights activist and Putin scourge.

Ciarán Hinds (Belfast), Jason Isaacs (The Death of Stalin), Harry Lawtey (Industry), Ellie Bamber (Willow), and Naomi Battrick (The Postcard Killings) also star. BAFTA-winner James Strong (Broadchurch) directs from a screenplay by Eric Poppen.

Ellen Wander’s Film Bridge International has newly taken over sales duties from Luminosity due to what was described to us as a “change in the film’s financial structure”.

The film, previously titled Mother Russia, will tell the story of world-renowned journalist and human rights activist Politkovskaya, who went from being a local print journalist to braving the Chechen killing fields and exposing Russian state corruption under Vladimir Putin.
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The Last Thing Mary Saw

The Last Thing Mary Saw
To mark the release of The Last Thing Mary Saw on 19th September, we’ve been given a copy to give away on DVD.

We begin in Southold, New York, 1843, where we meet a young Mary (Stefanie Scott) with blood trickling from behind the blindfold tied around her eyes, as she is interrogated about the events surrounding her grandmother’s mysterious death.

As the story flashes back, we witness Mary, raised in a repressively religious and eerily claustrophobic household, finding fleeting happiness in the arms of Eleanor (Isabelle Fuhrman), the family’s maid. Her family, who believe they are seeing, speaking, and acting on God’s behalf, view the girls’ relationship as an abomination to be dealt with as severely as possible, inflicting brutal punishments.

The couple attempts to carry on in secret, but someone is always watching or listening, and the wages of perceived sin threaten to become death,
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Insidious Movies In Order

Insidious Movies In Order
If you’re looking for a fright-filled marathon this weekend, look no further than the Insidious movies.

If you’re a fan of horror movies, then you’ve probably heard of the Insidious franchise. The four films in the series are all connected, and they tell a chilling story of ghosts, demonic possession, and hauntings.

Whether you’re revisiting the Insidious films or watching them for the first time, there are two options for the viewing order: following the exact release dates or allowing the narrative to unfold chronologically.

You can’t go wrong with either option; however, a chronological viewing may be more appealing if you want to learn all prequel backstories before getting involved with the characters. The story of the franchise revolves around the lambert family and Elise Rainier, who help the family try to get away from the evil spirits in the house.

We’ll give
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Movie Review – The Last Thing Mary Saw (2021)

Movie Review – The Last Thing Mary Saw (2021)
The Last Thing Mary Saw, 2020. Written and directed by Edoardo Vitaletti. Starring Rory Culkin, Isabelle Fuhrman, Stefanie Scott, Carolyn McCormick, and Judith Roberts. Synopsis: Winter, 1843. A young woman is under investigation following the mysterious death of her family’s matriarch. Her recollection of the events sheds new light on the ageless forces behind the […]

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Movie Review – The Last Thing Mary Saw (2022)

Movie Review – The Last Thing Mary Saw (2022)
The Last Thing Mary Saw, 2022 Written and Directed by Edoardo Vitaletti. Starring Stefanie Scott, Isabelle Fuhrman, Rory Culkin, Judith Roberts, Carolyn McCormick, Michael Laurence, Shane Coffey, Dawn McGee, Daniel Pearce, Tommy Buck, and P.J. Sosko. Synopsis: Winter, 1843. A young woman is under investigation following the mysterious death of her family’s matriarch. Her recollection […]

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Horror Highlights: Alone With You, The Last Thing Mary Saw, The Kindred, A Banquet

Horror Highlights: Alone With You, The Last Thing Mary Saw, The Kindred, A Banquet
Alone With You: "As a young woman painstakingly prepares a romantic homecoming for her girlfriend, their apartment begins to feel more like a tomb when voices, shadows, and hallucinations reveal a truth she has been unwilling to face."

Starring: Emily Bennett, Emma Myles, Dora Madison and Barbara Crampton

Co-Written and Co-Directed by: Emily Bennett & Justin Brooks

In Theaters - February 4, 2022, On Demand, Digital and DVD - February 8, 2022

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The Last Thing Mary Saw: "Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers and the supernatural, unveils today the first trailer and new poster art for the upcoming Shudder Original The Last Thing Mary Saw, premiering exclusively on the platform on Thursday, January 20.

The film stars Rory Culkin, Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3) and Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), and is written and directed by Edoardo Vitaletti, making his feature length film debut.

Southold, New York, 1843: Young Mary (Scott), blood trickling
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Period occult horror The Last Thing Mary Saw gets a new trailer and poster

Period occult horror The Last Thing Mary Saw gets a new trailer and poster
With just two weeks to go until The Last Thing Mary Saw premieres on Shudder, a poster and trailer have been released for the period horror movie. Directed by Edoardo Vitaletti, the film centres on Mary (Stefanie Scott) as she is blindfolded and interrogated following the mysterious death of her grandmother, and tells her own […]

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The Girl in the Woods Cast Previews Spooky Peacock Drama

The Girl in the Woods Cast Previews Spooky Peacock Drama
The Girl in the Woods is one of the most exciting TV shows of the year.

The series follows a young woman's escape from a mysterious cult-like colony that guards the world from monsters hidden behind a door in the woods.

TV Fanatic got the chance to chat with Sofia Bryant (Tasha), Misha Osherovich (Nolan), Will Yun Lee (Arthur Dean), Reed Diamond (Hosea), and Kylie Lya Page (Sara) about bringing the series to life.

We also talked with Stefanie Scott, who plays Carrie. Stefanie's full interview is at the bottom of the post in video form.

One thing that was evident from the series is that all of the characters get a lot to work with. They feel very well-developed, and the show does not waste a single character.

Reed was ecstatic to work on the show because it had everything his 13-year-old daughter is looking for.

"She's looking for real compelling horror.
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Krysten Ritter Talks Directing The Girl in the Woods, Upcoming Projects, & More!

Krysten Ritter Talks Directing The Girl in the Woods, Upcoming Projects, & More!
Krysten Ritter has had roles in some of the best TV shows out there, including Jessica Jones, Breaking Bad, and Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23.

The star directed the first four episodes of Peacock's upcoming series, The Girl in the Woods, and TV Fanatic got the chance to talk to her about it.

Check out the interview below.

What attracted you to The Girl in the Woods?

I absolutely loved this project from the second it showed up in my inbox. I loved the opportunity for all of the world-building and the cult and the coming of age stories with these characters in a small town similar to where I'm from.

And then the monsters and these amazing characters that are so rich and so funny. So really, there were so many things about this that I just loved.

And as a director, there's kind of like no
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Why The Girl in the Woods Is Really a Jessica Jones Reunion

Why The Girl in the Woods Is Really a Jessica Jones Reunion
It's no mystery why The Girl in the Woods is a spooky binge this Halloween—and we have one famous raven-haired talent to thank. Krysten Ritter directs and executive produces the highly-anticipated Peacock teen thriller, premiering on Thursday, Oct. 21. Starring Stefanie Scott, Misha Osherovich and Sofia Bryant, Girl follows a teen who escapes a cult that protects a small town from other-worldly creatures. Fan favorite multi-hyphenate talent Ritter has appeared in mysteries like Veronica Mars, dramas including Breaking Bad and even played a detective in Jessica Jones. And, it's Ritter's experience on set of the Emmy-winning...
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"The Girl In The Woods"

"The Girl in the Woods", produced by CryptTV, is the new supernatural thriller TV series, directed by Krysten Ritter and Jacob Chase, starring Stefanie Scott, Misha Osherovich, Sofia Bryant, Will Yun Lee, Kylie Liya Page, Reed Diamond and Leonard Roberts, streaming October 21, 2021 on Peacock: 

"...in the Pacific Northwest, 'Carrie' escapes from a bizarre, cult-like colony...

"...that guards the world from monsters...

"...hidden behind a secret door in the forest..."

Click the images to enlarge.... 
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See the Character Portraits & Terrifying Monsters From Peacock's The Girl in the Woods

See the Character Portraits & Terrifying Monsters From Peacock's The Girl in the Woods
Cults, monsters and a literal door to the underworld? Just another hellish day in the life of a typical high schooler, according to Peacock's new supernatural drama The Girl in the Woods. The spooky series stars Stefanie Scott as Carrie, a teen runaway who escapes a cult-like colony that protects a small mining town from the underworld's most gruesome creatures. After Carrie leaves her post guarding the door to hell, she enlists new pals Nolan (Misha Osherovich) and Tasha (Sofia Bryant) to become de facto monster slayers. Yes, the fate of the world depends on three teens—and we're here for it. Now, E! News can exclusively reveal the spooky character portraits...
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"The Girl In The Woods" on Peacock

"The Girl in the Woods", produced by CryptTV, is the new supernatural thriller TV series, directed by Krysten Ritter and Jacob Chase, starring Stefanie Scott, Misha Osherovich, Sofia Bryant, Will Yun Lee, Kylie Liya Page, Reed Diamond and Leonard Roberts, streaming streaming October 21, 2021 on Peacock: 

"...in the Pacific Northwest, 'Carrie' escapes from a bizarre, cult-like colony...

"...that guards the world from monsters...

"...hidden behind a secret door in the forest..."

Click the images to enlarge.... 
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Horror Highlights: Skull: The Mask, Ailuros, The Girl In The Woods, Time Now

Horror Highlights: Skull: The Mask, Ailuros, The Girl In The Woods, Time Now
Skull: The Mask: "Rlje Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, has picked up select rights to the horror film Skull: The Mask from Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural. Rlje Films will release Skull: The Mask on VOD, Digital HD and DVD on October 26, 2021.

Co-directed and co-written by Kapel Furman (Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary) and Armando Fonseca (“CineLab”), Skull: The Mask stars Natallia Rodrigues (Elis), Wilton Andrade (VIPs), Tristan Aronovich (Sem Fio), David Wendefilm (Sessão de Terapia) and Rurik Jr. as “Skull.” The DVD will be available for an Srp of $27.97.

In Skull: The Mask, after disappearing over fifty years ago, an ancient artifact known as the Mask of Anhangá resurfaces at an archaeological dig in the Amazon. It is brought to Sao Paulo to be exhibited at a museum, but before reaching its destination, the Mask starts to claim its
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The Girl in the Woods Trailer: Peacock Supernatural Drama Drops in Time for Halloween

The Girl in the Woods Trailer: Peacock Supernatural Drama Drops in Time for Halloween
Are you ready for The Girl in the Woods?

Peacock on Monday dropped the first trailer for its supernatural YA drama about a mysterious door in the woods that leads to a terrifying monster dimension.

It features Carrie a teenage runaway who’s anything but ordinary as she faces her demons and bonds with two new friends, Nolan and Tasha to fight back.

The new drama launches Thursday, October 21, on Peacock. All eight episodes will drop at once, so you can get your binge on.

Score, right?

"Set in the Pacific Northwest, The Girl in the Woods follows Carrie’s escape from her mysterious, cult-like colony that guards the world from monsters hidden behind a secret door within the woods," reads the logline.

The series also touches on contemporary social issues like LGBTQ+ discrimination, the human cost of environmentalism, and the consequences of inequality.

Produced by Crypt TV, the global
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‘Welcome to Earth’ Trailer Takes Will Smith to the Ends of the World (TV News Roundup)

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‘Welcome to Earth’ Trailer Takes Will Smith to the Ends of the World  (TV News Roundup)
Disney Plus and National Geographic released the first official trailer for the six-part original series “Welcome to Earth,” starring Will Smith and streaming this December.

The series follows Smith on an adventure around the world, guided by accredited travelers as he explores Earth’s greatest wonders as well as its most hidden secrets.

“I’ve got a confession to make. I’ve never climbed a mountain, never swum in a lake. I was in a cave once. I’m beginning to think that I might be missing something,” Smith says in the trailer. “I asked the best modern day explorers: take me to the ends of the Earth. And they said, ‘Oh, we can go further than that.'”

The guides leading Smith through this journey of exploration include marine biologist and National Geographic explorer Diva Amon, polar expeditions Dwayne Fields, engineer and National Geographic explorer Albert Lin, National Geographic
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‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Review: Sin and the Supernatural in Early 19th-Century New York

‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Review: Sin and the Supernatural in Early 19th-Century New York
There have been plenty of horror films set in the Old West and the Old South, as well as eras of religious inquisition in the Old World. “The Last Thing Mary Saw” goes where relatively few have gone before, however, by taking place in the still-new United States’ “civilized” rural East, where an industrial age had yet to penetrate and mores remained none too distant from the earliest European settlers’ harsh Puritanism.

Most obviously comparable would be 2015’s sleeper hit “The Witch,” though this first feature by writer-director Edoardo Vitaletti is not as vivid in atmospheric or suspense terms. Still, it’s similarly distinguished by a strong sense of a particular cultural epoch’s comingled faith, fear and oppression, even if “Mary” is set more than 200 years later. Perhaps more rewarding in the end as straight, downbeat period drama than as an occult thriller, it was acquired by genre platform
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*New Clip* Historical Horror ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Celebrates UK Premiere at FrighFest this August

*New Clip* Historical Horror ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Celebrates UK Premiere at FrighFest this August
The Last Thing Mary Saw will celebrate its European Premiere at FrightFest on 28th August and will come to Shudder in 2022 Synopsis: The Last Thing Mary Saw begins in Southold, New York, 1843: Young Mary, blood trickling from behind the blindfold tied around her eyes, is interrogated about the …

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Fantasia 2021: ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Review

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Fantasia 2021: ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’ Review
Stars: Stefanie Scott, Isabelle Fuhrman, Judith Roberts, Rory Culkin | Written and Directed by Edoardo Vitaletti

The Last Thing Mary Saw begins with an ominous quote from John Calvin, “All events whatsoever are governed by the secret counsel of God.” And God, or a twisted interpretation of His words, will have a large part to play in the events that unfold before us.

It’s December 3rd 1843 in Southold, New York. A young woman, Mary, is being interrogated about a series of deaths at her family home. A blindfold covers the two empty sockets where her eyes used to be so she doesn’t see the rifles aimed at her as she tells her story.

Mary is the daughter of a wealthy family. It’s also a repressively devout one and her life has little joy apart from her relationship with her maid Eleanor. A relationship that brings disapproval and harsh punishment from her family,
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Fantasia 2021 Interview: Isabelle Fuhrman and Stefanie Scott Discuss The Last Thing Mary Saw

Fantasia 2021 Interview: Isabelle Fuhrman and Stefanie Scott Discuss The Last Thing Mary Saw
Up-and-coming filmmaker Edoardo Vitaletti celebrated the world premiere of his debut feature The Last Thing Mary Saw earlier this week, as the film screened as part of the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival. Starring Stefanie Scott, Isabelle Fuhrman, Judith Roberts, and Rory Culkin, The Last Thing Mary Saw is a supernatural drama set in the 19th century that is centered around two young women whose forbidden love threatens to destroy them both once sinister forces at play are revealed.

Daily Dead recently had the opportunity to speak with both Fuhrman and Scott about their involvement with The Last Thing Mary Saw, and the co-stars discussed their initial reactions to the material when coming aboard the project, their experiences collaborating with Vitaletti and each other, the immersive nature of the production itself, and more.

The Last Thing Mary Saw was recently acquired by Shudder and will hit the streaming platform in 2022, so be
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