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"A Body in the Woods" Begins to Move in this Antidote Movie Clip

No one is releasing more horror films, this Halloween season, than Terror Films! Their latest is titled Antidote. A post-apocalyptic thriller, two characters do their best to survive in an infected landscape. When Matthew shows signs of infection, the only cure might make him worse. The film also stars Kate Flanagan and Matthew Rauch. And, the film's latest clip, titled "A Body in the Woods," is hosted here, before the film's Oct. 21st release date. The clip shows Hannah (Kathleen Wise) looting a corpse? However, the body begins to move, in protest. Now, Matthew (Michael Izquierdo) and Hannah must decide if the body is infected or not. Antidote will release on several Video-on-demand platforms. The film will be available on: iTunes, Amazon Instant, YouTube, Xbox, Vudu, PlayStation, Vimeo On Demand and Google Play. There are also plans to release this title on cable, at a later date. For now, fans
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Antidote is Your Cure for Halloween Thrills and Chills: A Preview

Terror Films has several films set for release this October. Their latest is titled Antidote (formerly Viscera). This is a post-apocalyptic thriller, which received a small release in late 2014. Now, Terror Films is set to re-release this exciting title on several Video-on-demand platforms. The film stars: Kate Flanagan, Michael Izquierdo and Matthew Rauch. Developed by Craig and Peter Difolco, a new trailer and poster for the film are available now. The official synopsis talks of a plague-ridden world. Here, a couple witness the struggles of humanity. When Matthew (Izquierdo) becomes infected, Teresa's (Flanagan) world is thrown into chaos. If only they can find a cure. Antidote will be available on several digital platforms. The release will take place on October 21st, here: Amazon Instant, Youtube, XBox Live, VuDu, Sony Playstation, Vimeo on Demand and Google Play. Other platforms will be announced soon. For now, fans of apocalyptic thrillers or of indie horror can view the.
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Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 29, 2016)

Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (July 29, 2016)
To help sift through the increasing number of new releases (independent or otherwise), the Weekly Film Guide is here! Below you’ll find basic plot, personnel and cinema information for all of this week’s fresh offerings.

For July, we’ve also put together a list for the entire month. We’ve included this week’s list below, complete with information on screening locations for films in limited release.

See More: Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for July 2016

Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, July 29. All synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.


Bad Moms

Director: John Lucas and Scott Moore

Cast: Christina Applegate, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Emjay Anthony, Jay Jablonski, Kesha Rose Sebert

Synopsis: A woman with a seemingly perfect life – a great marriage, overachieving kids, beautiful home, stunning looks and still holding down a career.
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Film Review: ‘The Last Day of August’

Film Review: ‘The Last Day of August’
The Last Day of August” focuses on a recently paralyzed recluse in upstate New York whose Manhattan friends pay him a surprise visit in order to (hopefully) drag him back to the old life he’s abandoned. Decently crafted but with not quite enough up its narrative sleeve to make a memorable impact, writer-director Craig Difolco’s debut feature leaves one waiting for explosive revelations that never arrive. It had a limited theatrical opening on Oct. 4, though the modest drama is more likely to find an audience via VOD.

After losing the use of his legs in a car wreck, Dan (Michael Izquierdo) went north to a rural family vacation house, ostensibly to spend a couple of weeks getting his head together. But now months have passed, during which he’s cut off communication with everyone back home. As a result, best friends Mark (Sebastian Arcelus), Chris (Bill English) and
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Holding its Exposition till the End, The Last Day of August Sets Itself Up for Failure

Holding its Exposition till the End, The Last Day of August Sets Itself Up for Failure
The Last Day of August undertakes an enormous gamble, a risk assumed by films that withhold crucial information until the end: Will the audience accept the story "on credit"? A chamber drama set almost exclusively at a house in upstate New York, the picture concerns an intervention three friends (Sebastian Arcelus, Bill English, Vanessa Ray) stage for their alcoholic, wheelchair-bound college buddy, Dan (Michael Izquierdo). Backstory is obfuscated, so the audience is left to speculate about the source of narrative tension as Dan obstinately disregards his friends' attempts to help. Belligerent and defensive, Dan's one-note refusals to admit he has a problem are enabled by his new girlfriend, Shannon (Heather Lind), a "townie" who sees nothing unusual in Dan's predilection for wa...
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Watch "Taking Woodstock" Movie Review! Love, Peace, and the Countercultural Revolution!

Director Ang Lee ("Brokeback Mountain," "Lust, Caution") returns with "Taking Woodstock," an adaptation of Elliot Tiber's autobiography "Taking Woodstock: A true story of a riot, a concert and a life."

Adapted by James Schamus for the big screen, I suggest you take a far out trip with "Taking Woodstock." Peace!

(For a full written movie review of "Taking Woodstock," click here. For interviews with the cast including Emile Hirsch, Liev Schreiber, Demetri Martin, and Jonathan Groff, click here)

Persons of interest

* Demetri Martin .... Elliot Tiber aka Eliyahu Teichberg

* Liev Schreiber .... Vilma

* Emile Hirsch .... Billy

* Eugene Levy .... Yasgur

* Imelda Staunton .... Mrs Tiber

* Katherine Waterston .... Penny

* Kevin Sussman .... Stan

* Skylar Astin .... John Roberts

* Kevin Chamberlin .... Jackson Spiers

* Gabriel Sunday .... Steve

* Jason Antoon .... Abbie Hoffman

* Henry Goodman .... Mr Tiber

* Jonathan Groff .... Michael Lang

* Boris McGiver .... Doug

* Michael Zegen .... Bernie

* Will Janowitz .... Chip Monck

* Clark Middleton .... Frank

* Adam Pally .... Artie Kornfeld

* Andy Prosky
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McCarter Theatre Announces Added Performances of 'Mrs. Warren's Profession' on Sunday, February 15

Due to popular demand and great ticket sales, McCarter Theatre Center has added a performance of its acclaimed production of George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession on Sunday, February 15 at 7:30 p.m. Staged by McCarter Artistic Director Emily Mann, the cast features Suzanne Bertish in the title role, along with Robin Chadwick, Edward Hibbert, Madeleine Hutchins, Michael Izquierdo, and Rocco Sisto.
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