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"Josie"- Enter Sophie Turner

Sneak Peek footage, plus images from director Eric England's dramatic thriller "Josie" starring Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott and Daeg Faerch:

"..'Hank', a solitary man living a dull existence in a sleepy, Southern town raises eyebrows...

"...when he develops a questionable relationship with 'Josie'...

"...a new student at the local high school..."

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Sophie Turner: "Josie"

Sneak Peek footage, plus images from director Eric England's dramatic thriller "Josie" (aka "Huntsville") starring Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott and Daeg Faerch:

"..'Hank', a solitary man living a dull existence in a sleepy, Southern town raises eyebrows...

"...when he develops a questionable relationship with 'Josie'...

"...a new student at the local high school..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Josie"....
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Sophie Turner Can’t Save The Objectionable ‘Josie’ [Review]

“Josie,” the incomprehensibly stupid new movie from director Eric England (“Contracted”), features a scene wherein Dylan McDermott asks a turtle how it’s doin’. Later, beloved character actor Kurt Fuller calls a turtle a “goddamned idiot” and further exclaims, “you stupid fucking turtle!” Sophie Turner’s titular character, on the other hand, thinks turtles are “so cute.” “Josie” is at its best when its characters are voicing their opinions on turtles.
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Sophie Turner featured in first trailer for Josie

With a little over a month to go until the release of Josie, Screen Media Films has debuted a new poster and trailer for the upcoming thriller. Previously titled Huntsville, the film is based on Anthony Ragnone’s 2014 Black List script and sees Eric England directing a cast that includes Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott, and Jack Kilmer; check them out below…

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Everyone knows everyone in Huntsville. So when tattooed, sweet-talking Josie (Sophie Turner) struts into town, heads turn. Striking up relationships with young punk Gator and loner Hank (Dylan McDermott), she quickly becomes a hot topic of local gossip. But her true intentions for showing up in this small, southern community are far more sinister as her dark past comes to light.

Josie is set for release 0n March 16th.

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Josie (2017) Movie Trailer: Sophie Turner & Dylan McDermott Form a Relationship in Huntsville

Josie Trailer Eric England‘s Josie (2018) movie trailer stars Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott, and Jack Kilmer. Josie‘s plot synopsis: “Everyone knows everyone in Huntsville. So when tattooed, sweet-talking Josie (Sophie Turner) struts into town, heads turn. Striking up relationships with young punk Gator and loner Hank (Dylan McDermott), she quickly becomes a hot topic of local [...]

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Sophie Turner is Josie in Official Trailer for Mysterious Thriller 'Josie'

"There's some rumors about you..." Screen Media Films has debuted the first official trailer for an indie thriller titled Josie, starring Sophie Turner (as seen in Barely Lethal, X-Men: Apocalypse, and on "Game of Thrones") as the titular character Josie. The film's plot is actually focused on a mysterious man named Hank, played by Dylan McDermott, who keeps a close eye on her. Josie stirs things up when she arrives in a Southern town called Huntsville, and Hank takes a liking to her, attempting to protect her from a boy she's been spending time with. The film's full cast includes Jack Kilmer, Daeg Faerch, Kurt Fuller, Robin Bartlett, Lombardo Boyar, and George Todd McLachlan. Yeah, this looks like a totally compelling Southern thriller, with a strong lead performance by Turner, who also plays Phoenix in the X-Men movies. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Eric England's Josie, direct
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First look images from Josie starring Sophie Turner and Dylan McDermott

Three new images have arrived online from director Eric England’s upcoming thriller Josie (previously titled Huntsville) featuring Sophie Turner and Dylan McDermott; check them out here…

As per Deadline, Josie “follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie (Sophie Turner) who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus (Jack Kilmer) and her loner neighbor Hank (Dynlan McDermott). She quickly becomes a hot topic of local gossip, but her true intentions for arriving in town are far more sinister when her dark past comes to light.”

Josie is set for release in March.

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Screen Media Acquires Sophie Turner-Starring ‘Josie’; Jon Voight’s ‘Surviving The Wild’ Lands At Sp Releasing

Screen Media Films has nabbed North American distribution rights to director Eric England's thriller Josie, toplined by Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott and Jack Kilmer. The film, based on the Black List script Huntsville by Anthony Ragnone, will be released day-and-date in theaters in March. It follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie (Turner) who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus…
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Listen to Our Interview with Get The Girl Writer / Director Eric England

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Writer/director Eric England has made a name for himself in the horror genre by bending familiar genres into new and unique shapes, whether it's his debut feature Madison County, a take on the slasher movie mixed with ’70s survival horror, or 2013's Contracted, his version of a body horror film and more (although to say exactly what would spoil one of that movie's best surprises). England's fourth feature, Get the Girl, continues this tradition of genre-bending by mashing up a dark comedy, heist movie, crime thriller, and romance into one slick, sharp package.

Daily Dead recently spoke with England (listen below) about the process of writing and directing Get the Girl and how it differs from his previous work. As always, England is candid and funny in talking about his movie—arguably his most accomplished effort to date.

Get the Girl is available on VOD and iTunes now. Genre fans should totally watch it.
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The Weekend Warrior 1/27/17: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, A Dog’s Purpose, Gold

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

As per my Thursday update, M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller Split ended up winning the weekend but with way more than anyone, including myself, predicted, with more than $40 million for its opening weekend. That’s pretty impressive, and his first movie to open at that level since 2010’s The Last Airbender. Meanwhile, Vin Diesel’s sequel xXx: The Return of Xander Cage ended up making around where I predicted, taking second place with $20.1 million, not a great sign for the continuation of that franchise. Michael Keaton’s The Founder ended up right around where I predicted with $3.4 million, ending up just outside the Top 10. Hidden Figures, La La Land and Sing continued to do well with minimal drop-offs.

This
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Interview: Eric England Talks Get the Girl (Exclusive)

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Capturing the attention of the person you’re romantically interested in can be a challenge, especially when they barely know who you are amongst all the people who are vying for their attention. Deciding to take extreme measures to spark their interest may initially seem like a satisfying way to become noticed, but when the truth […]

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A kidnapping goes wrong in trailer for Get the Girl

Ahead of its release in the U.S. later this month, Orion Pictures has a trailer for Get the Girl, the new film from director Eric England (Contracted), which revolves around a kidnapping gone wrong; check it out here…

A wealthy young man is conned into staging a fake kidnapping in order to be a hero and win the affection of a girl he’s madly in love with. But when one of the hired kidnappers is accidentally killed during the charade, he’s forced to actually save her life while not revealing that it’s been a ruse all along.

Get the Girl is set for release on January 27th and stars Justin Dobies, Elizabeth Whitson, Noah Segan, Adi Shankar, and Scout Taylor-Compton.
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Horror Highlights: Posters for Get The Girl and Parasites, Claire In Motion Release Details

"Love" goes awry in Eric England's Get the Girl, a new film hitting theaters in January from Orion Pictures. A poster for the movie was recently released, and we have it to share with readers at the top of today's Highlights, which also includes a poster for Parasites and release details for Claire in Motion.

Get the Girl Poster & Release Details: “In Get The Girl, a wealthy young man is conned into staging a fake kidnapping in order to be a hero and win the affection of a girl he's madly in love with. But when one of the hired kidnappers is accidentally killed during the charade, he's forced to actually save her life while not revealing that it's been a ruse all along.”

Written and directed by Eric England, Get the Girl stars Justin Dobies, Elizabeth Whitson, Noah Segan, Adi Shankar, and Scout Taylor-Compton. Orion Pictures will release
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Sophie Turner and Dylan McDermott set for Huntsville

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) and Dylan McDermott (American Horror Story) have signed on to appear in the indie drama Huntsville. They will be joined in the cast by Jack Kilmer (The Nice Guys).

The project is based on Anthony Ragnone’s 2014 Black List script and “centers on Hank (McDermott), a solitary man living a dull existence in a sleepy Florida town who raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie (Turner), a recently transplanted high school student.”

Production on Huntsville will get underway in Los Angeles this month, with Eric England (Contracted) directing. The project had initially been shopped around at the Toronto Film Festival last year, with Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch) and Shea Whigam (Boardwalk Empire) attached.
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Horror Highlights: Cured Impressions, Wayward Pines Season 2, Incarnate, Death Follows Preview Pages

Jesse Burks and Eric England’s new project, Cured, stars Michael Berryman and Scout Taylor-Compton, and we have photos and impressions of the exorcism short film. In Wayward Pines, there’s one road in and no road out, and another teaser has dropped hyping fans of Fox’s Wayward Pines for the second season that premieres on Wednesday, May 25th. Also: a trailer and release details for Incarnate and six preview pages as well as cover art for the graphic novel Death Follows.

Cured Impressions and Photos: Tied and gagged on a gurney, The Possessed is carted down a hallway by four solemn women. They cart her into a room to see The Surgeon, leaving her writhing below a pair of overhead lights before backing out the door. Eyes wide and wearing a surgical mask and cap, The Surgeon turns around to greet his latest guest. He is accompanied by a tray of tools,
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Horror Channel serves up seven premieres in April

Horror Channel has announcing that it will be broadcasting seven premieres during April, including the Network premieres of Tom Shankland’s gripping film noir serial killer shocker Waz, starring Stellan Skarsgard, Tom Hardy and Selma Blair, and David Keating’s deadly supernatural drama Wake Wood, with Timothy Spall. There is also a UK premiere for Eric England’s edge-of-your-seat chill ride Roadside.

Other network premieres this month are: Neil McEnery-West’s terrifying panic-thriller Containment and William Malone’s gory remake of House on Haunted Hill, starring Geoffrey Rush, Famke Janssen and Ali Larter, Richard Marquand’s creepy supernatural love story The Legacy and Norman J. Warren’s torrid tale of home counties devil worship Satan’s Slave, starring Michael Gough.

Sat 9 April @ 10.50pm – House On Haunted Hill (1999) *Network Premiere

Amusement park mogul Stephen Price (Geoffrey Rush) and his rather bitter wife Evelyn (Famke Janssen), invite a group of guests to
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Trailer Premiere, Exclusive Stills from Michael Berryman-Starring Short Cured

Trailer and stills from new short horror film Cured. Having its world premiere at the Shock co-presented Fantastic Cinema and Craft Beer Film Festival in Little Rock, Arkansas next month is Cured, an eerie surgery-meets-possession based chiller from co-directors Eric England (Contracted, Madison County) & Jesse Burks (One Please) and starring horror icon Michael Berryman

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Round-Up: New Bride Of Chucky Doll from Mezco Toyz, Q&A with Cabin Fever Reboot Composer Kevin Riepl, The Crush Blu-ray

“Babe, you made the best choice ever! You won’t regret this, I promise.” Created by Mezco Toyz, this Tiffany doll—based on her look from Bride of Chucky—speaks six phrases and is available to pre-order now. Also in this round-up: a Q&A with Kevin Riepl, the composer of the Cabin Fever reboot, and the Blu-ray details for the 1993 horror thriller The Crush!

Bride of Chucky Doll: From Mezco Toyz: “First introduced in the film Bride Of Chucky, Tiffany was the devoted girlfriend of killer Charles Lee Ray before his soul transferred into the ‘Good Guy’ doll that would come to be known as Chucky. After Chucky ended up in a police evidence vault, Tiffany used her feminine wiles to rescue him. When Chucky electrocutes her in a bathtub, he transfers her soul into a bridal doll. Now trapped in a doll body, Tiffany joins Chucky on his
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‘Huntsville’ Lands Shea Whigham & ‘The Witch’ Star Anya Taylor-Joy – Toronto

‘Huntsville’ Lands Shea Whigham & ‘The Witch’ Star Anya Taylor-Joy – Toronto
Coalition Group has set Boardwalk Empire‘s Shea Whigham and The Witch‘s Anya Taylor-Joy to star star in Huntsville, a 2014 Black List script by Anthony Ragnone that will be directed by Eric England (Contracted). The Witch plays the Toronto Film Festival tomorrow after premiering at Sundance and getting bought by A24. Huntsville centers on Hank (Whigham), a solitary man living a dull existence in the sleepy, Southern town of Sebring, Fl. Eyebrows are raised when he…
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Contracted: Phase II Review

One of the biggest surprises of 2013 for me was ContractedEric England’s tight little body-horror flick about a “Patient Zero” who hopes to destroy mankind by spreading a deadly Std. Weaker stomachs might have to watch most of the action through interwoven fingers, but as a contagion thriller, England’s style ensures that societal horrors come first and foremost.

Fast-forward two years, and we’re here to discuss Contracted: Phase II, a sequel that doesn’t see any involvement from England himself. First-time screenwriter Craig Walendziak and music video director Josh Forbes (you know, the guy who totally had an awful time at the MTV VMAs) take over as the creative team behind IFC Midnight’s hopeful successor, which provides the opportunity for a refreshing new take on England’s origin. Contracted is only the beginning of the end! Walendziak and Forbes had limitless possibilities for their world-continuing biological disaster,
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