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Horror Highlights: The Dare Trailer, Mondo’s Godzilla: A Poster Show, The Long Dig, From The Stars… A Vampiress: An Unauthorized Guide To Vampirella’S Classic Horror Adventures, The Deep Ones

Horror Highlights: The Dare Trailer, Mondo’s Godzilla: A Poster Show, The Long Dig, From The Stars… A Vampiress: An Unauthorized Guide To Vampirella’S Classic Horror Adventures, The Deep Ones
From the Horror Collective and Millennium Media comes the anticipated trailer for The Dare! Check it out before the movie is released on March 3rd on VOD, digital, and in theaters for one night only. Also in today's Horror Highlights: release details for Mondo's Godzilla: A Poster Show, The Long Dig, From the Stars... A Vampiress: An Unauthorized Vampirella’s Classic Horror Adventures, and The Deep Ones.

The Dare Trailer Revealed: "The official trailer for the upcoming award-winning horror film The Dare has been unleashed for all to experience! The film, which was produced by Millennium Media and is being distributed by The Horror Collective, will be released on March 3rd, 2020 on VOD and digital platforms. It will also have a limited, one-night release in theaters that week.

The film features lead actor Bart Edwards, who plays Urcheon in Netflix’s hit series The Witcher. Additionally, horror icon Richard Brake
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‘Shadow And Bone’: Netflix Series Adds Seven To Cast

  • Deadline
‘Shadow And Bone’: Netflix Series Adds Seven To Cast
Exclusive: Newcomer Calahan Skogman, Zoë Wanamaker (Killing Eve), Kevin Eldon (Game Of Thrones), Julian Kostov (Treadstone), Luke Pasqualino (Snatch), Jasmine Blackborow (School’s Out Forever) and Gabrielle Brooks (Young Vic Theatre’s Twelfth Night) round out the recurring cast of Shadow and Bone, Netflix’s eight-part adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows Grishaverse fantasy novels.

The series hails from Eric Heisserer (Bird Box), Shawn Levy and 21 Laps Entertainment. The seven actors join previously announced Ben Barnes, Freddy Carter, Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Amita Suman and Kit Young, who are set to lead the cast alongside Sujaya Dasgupta, Danielle Galligan, Daisy Head and Simon Sears. Production is underway in Budapest.

Shadow and Bone is set in a world cleaved in two by a massive barrier of perpetual darkness, where unnatural creatures feast on human flesh. A young soldier uncovers a power that finally might unite her country,
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The Filmmakers Podcast #117: How to Make Indie Films w/ John Landgridge

  • Nerdly
Here’s the latest episode of the The Filmmakers Podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on the official podcast site, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

For those unfamiliar, with the series, The Filmmakers Podcast is a podcast about how to make films from micro budget indie films to bigger budget studio films and everything in-between. Our hosts Giles Alderson, Dan Richardson, Andrew Rodger and Cristian James talk how to get films made, how to actually make them and how to try not to f… it up in their very humble opinion. Guests will come on and chat about their film making experiences from directors, writers, producers, screenwriters, actors, cinematographers and distributors. They also shoot the breeze about their new films, The Dare, World of Darkness,
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John Hannah Reunites With ‘The Mummy’ Actors for Horror Pic ‘Lair’ (Exclusive)

  • Variety
John Hannah Reunites With ‘The Mummy’ Actors for Horror Pic ‘Lair’ (Exclusive)
John Hannah, Corey Johnson and Oded Fehr will star in “Lair,” billed as a socially conscious horror movie about an Lgbt family embroiled in one man’s attempt to prove the existence of the supernatural.

The trio all appeared in the successful franchise “The Mummy,” and their new picture goes into production later this year. Katarina Cas, Julian Kostov, Alexandra Gilbreath and Jen Brister also star. Ditto Films will produce, and Adam Ethan Crow writes and directs.

The film follows self-proclaimed occult expert Dr. Steven Caramore (Johnson), who ekes out a living debunking claims of possession, haunting and anything supernatural for a quick buck. When a friend (Fehr) accused of murder claims he was possessed by a demon, Caramore has to test his own beliefs. Hannah stars as his lawyer.

Caramore litters an apartment with cursed items, outfits it with surveillance equipment and rents the place to an unsuspecting family,
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Berlin Station exclusive: Robert Kirsch gives Sergei Basarov the #WhiteTShirtgang treatment

Join our newsletter to get more stories like this On the upcoming episode of Berlin Station on Epix, the race to get Daniel Miller back alive ahead of the Article Five vote is in overdrive as we see deputy chief Robert Kirsch (Leland Orser) grilling Sergei Basarov, a captured former Spetsnaz operative. In the clip, Robert kindly brings some hot coffee as he interrogates Syrian Sergei Basarov (Julian Kostov), a former Spetsnaz sniper/soldier who’s training ethnic Russians in Estonia to cause chaos in the republic. Sergei is cool as a cucumber as he flexes his guns and pointedly tells Robert […]

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Shadow and Bone: Netflix Grishaverse Series Reveals Cast

Alec Bojalad Dec 18, 2019

Netflix will be bringing Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone series to television with Bird Box writer Eric Heisserer as showrunner.

In its ongoing bid for total media domination, Netflix is turning to one of the oldest kinds of media: books.

The streaming giant announced today that it would be adapting the Grisha fantasy trilogy. The Grisha trilogy comes from American author Leigh Bardugo and is made up of the novels Shadow and Bone (2012), Siege and Storm (2013), and Ruin and Rising (2014). Another novel, Six of Crows was released in 2015 and is set in the "Grisha-verse." Netflix specifically mentioned Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows in their announcement as the books being adapted.

Shadow and Bone will be eight episodes and Netflix has brought out their creative big guns for it. Eric Heisserer (the writer of Netflix's uber hit Bird Box) will produce the series and serve as showrunner.
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A Discovery Of Witches (2018) TV Show Trailer: Love Sparks a War Between Vampires & Demons [Sky]

A Discovery Of Witches Trailer Sky‘s A Discovery Of Witches (2018) TV show trailer stars Matthew Goode, Teresa Palmer, Owen Teale, Julian Kostov, and Malin Buska. A Discovery Of Witches‘ plot synopsis: based on the book series by Deborah Harkness, “a young scholar at Oxford who is a descendant of the Salem witches. When she [...]

Continue reading: A Discovery Of Witches (2018) TV Show Trailer: Love Sparks a War Between Vampires & Demons [Sky]
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Try to Stay Alive in Third Trailer for the 'Leatherface' Horror Prequel

"The massacre begins..." Lionsgate has revealed a third official trailer for the horror prequel Leatherface, telling the origin of the evil man who would become known as "Leatherface". If you're still not sold on this horror, maybe one more trailer will do the trick? (I doubt it.) But fire it up anyway. This is the long-awaited prequel to Tobe Hooper's original horror classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre from 1974. Just incase you needed an origin story. In this film, Jessica Madsen plays one of four inmates from a mental hospital - the other three played by Sam Coleman, Sam Strike, and James Bloor. They kidnap a nurse, Vanessa Grasse, and take her on a "road trip from hell." The full cast also includes Stephen Dorff, Lili Taylor, and Julian Kostov. Still not into this at all, doesn't seem that interesting, but maybe that's just me. Enjoy. Here's the third
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Second Trailer for 'Leatherface' Horror Prequel Cuts Out All the Blood

"You know his legend, witness the creation." Lionsgate has revealed a second official trailer for the horror prequel Leatherface, telling the origin of the man who would become known as "Leatherface". This is a much more tame green band trailer without any blood, compared to the much more violent red band. This is the long-awaited official prequel to Tobe Hooper's original horror classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre from 1974. In this film, Jessica Madsen plays one of four inmates from a mental hospital - the other three played by Sam Coleman, Sam Strike, and James Bloor. They kidnap a nurse, Vanessa Grasse, and take her on a "road trip from hell." The full cast also includes Stephen Dorff, Lili Taylor, and Julian Kostov. I'm still not sure about this movie, especially with this bloodless trailer, but give it a look anyway. Here's the second official trailer (+ poster) for Bustillo & Maury's Leatherface,
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‘Another Mother’s Son’ DVD Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah, Amanda Abbington, Ronan Keating, Julian Kostov | Written by Jenny Lecoat | Directed by Christopher Menaul

When we see World War 2 movies based on the British experience, normally we witness the events of the Blitz and see the hardship people went through. Another Mother’s Son takes us to Nazi occupied Jersey and the true story of a mother, and a Polish escaped prisoner of war.

Another Mother’s Son is the story of Louisa Gould (Jenny Seagrove), who when called upon to hide a Russia prisoner of war who has escaped, agrees to let him into her house. Calling him Bill (Julian Kostov) she looks after him, and tries to give him some normality back into his life, while all the time hiding him from not only the enemy in uniform, but also those closer to home.

The story presented in Another Mother’s Son is
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First Trailer for 'Leatherface' - A Prequel to 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'

"Witness the beginning of your end." Lionsgate Premiere has debuted the first official red band trailer for the horror prequel Leatherface, telling the story of the upbringing of the man who would eventually become known as "Leatherface". This is the long-awaited official prequel to Tobe Hooper's original horror classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre from 1974. In this film, Jessica Madsen plays one of four young inmates from a mental hospital - the other three played by Sam Coleman, Sam Strike, and James Bloor. They kidnap a nurse, played by Vanessa Grasse, and take her on a "road trip from hell" while being pursued by a vengeful sheriff. The full cast also includes Stephen Dorff, Lili Taylor, and Julian Kostov. This looks pretty crazy, violent as all hell, bloody as all hell, hopefully what fans have been waiting for. Fire it up below. Here's the first red band trailer (+ poster) for Bustillo & Maury's Leatherface,
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Watch an exclusive trailer for World War II drama Another Mother’s Son

Ahead of its home-entertainment release this July, we’ve got an exclusive trailer for the World War II drama Another Mother’s Son, which stars Jenny Seagrove, Ronan Keating, John Hannah, Amanda Abbington, and Julian Kostov. Watch it here, courtesy of Signature Entertainment

Another Mother’S Son tells the true story of Louisa Gould, a largely unsung heroine of the Second World War. Under the rule of history’s most evil regime, and abandoned by Churchill on the brink of the war, The Channel Islanders were the first to experience life under the Third Reich. Louisa Gould (Jenny Seagrove), a shop keeper charged with delivering the dwindling rations to her undernourished community, learns that one of her sons has been killed in battle. At the same time a young Russian Pow escapes from the German prison camp, and Louisa feels compelled to look after him.

Another Mother’s Son is
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Texas Chainsaw Prequel Leatherface Coming in October

Texas Chainsaw Prequel Leatherface Coming in October
After a whole lot of waiting around for seemingly no good reason, the long-delayed Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel is finally going to hit theaters this year. And it will be here just in time for Halloween. Leatherface (no, not Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III), which has been done filming for a very long time now and has been awaiting a release, is now set to be released this October.

The news comes courtesy of producer Christa Campbell, who took to Twitter to share the news. Fans have been asking for months now as to when they can see Leatherface, because the project was announced more than three years ago and wrapped filming quite some time ago. Here's what Campbell had to say about it.

"To all our leatherface fans out there. The movie will be released in October #texaschainsaw @latigrobman #Leatherface"

Leatherface is a prequel to the original
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Another Mother's Son review – moving drama on a forgotten occupation

Jenny Seagrove excels in this true-life tale of a mother who hides a fugitive Russian in the Channel Islands during the second world war

At first, there is a bit of a familiar taste to this true-life wartime tale. But it becomes something tougher. The film is, moreover, an interesting reminder of something that the British prefer to overlook assomething it doesn’t quite fit into the Churchillian narrative of never surrendering: the Nazi occupation of British territory – the Channel Islands. It wasn’t just the French who suffered the misery of occupation, and the sordid nightmare of people pursuing petty grudges with anonymous letters to the Nazi authorities. Jenny Seagrove gives a fierce and capable performance as Louisa Gould, a Jersey woman who hid a fugitive Russian slave-worker, nicknamed Bill (Julian Kostov). John Hannah, Nicholas Farrell and – unexpectedly – Ronan Keating take supporting roles as islanders. The film persuasively suggests
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Another Mother’s Son movie review: punching Nazis, mom style

MaryAnn’s quick take… Not alt-history but a true story from a Nazi-occupied English-speaking place, a hugely relevant reminder that resistance to injustice is an absolute imperative. I’m “biast” (pro): always desperate for movies about women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

We seem to be enthralled at the moment by alt-history stories about Nazis in England and America: the just-wrapped SS-gb on the BBC, The Man in the High Castle on Amazon. Perhaps they’re expressions of relief, of how easily such things might have happened; more likely we fear that similar nightmares are starting to happen now under slightly different guises. Yet it seems we’ve almost forgotten that there actually was a Nazi occupation of English-speaking places in WWII: the Channel Islands, the British Crown dependences between England and France. We’ve almost forgotten because tales
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Another Mother’s Son Review

Author: Stefan Pape

The majority of films that linger over the horrors of the Second World War tend to focus on the soldiers, the young men who left home to serve their country, and risk their lives on a daily basis. It’s somewhat more infrequent to delve into the lives of those back at home, struggling to get by, constantly afraid their loved ones will be killed, while also vying to survive back on home soil. It’s here Christopher Menaul’s profound drama Another Mother’s Son is set, based on the true story of Louisa Gould.

Set on the Nazi-occupied island of Jersey, Gould (Jenny Seagrove) runs the local grocery store, selling rationed food to her neighbours. It’s those very customers that she puts her faith in, as she agrees to secretly take in a Russian prisoner of war, who she affectionately nicknames Bill (Julian Kostov
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World War II drama Another Mother’s Son gets a poster and trailer

Ahead of its UK release next month, a poster and trailer have arrived online for director Christopher Menaul’s upcoming WWII drama Another Mother’s Son which stars Jenny Seagrove, Ronan Keating, John Hannah, Amanda Abbington, and Julian Kostov; take a look below…

Another Mother’s Son tells the true story of Louisa Gould, a largely unsung heroine of the Second World War. Under the rule of history’s most evil regime, and abandoned by Churchill on the brink of the war, The Channel Islanders were the first to experience life under the Third Reich. Jersey became something of a prison island, where captured Pow’s (particularly from Russia) were bought and forced to build an Atlantic Wall, a huge concrete fortification to defend the islands from British counter attack. British citizens who were not born on the island were sent to Germany.

Louisa Gould, a simple shop keeper charged
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Latest 'Hur' Remake Gets a Loud, Bombastic Trailer for the Fast and Furious Crowd

'Ben-Hur' 2016 with Jack Huston: Chariot race to the death. 'Ben-Hur' 2016 trailer: 'Gladiator' meets 'Fast Seven' meets 'Star Wars' meets… Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have released the trailer for their 2016 Ben-Hur remake (or reboot or readaptation) – a.k.a. Fast and Furious A.D., as one wag called it in an online comment. Instead of grandiose spectacle featuring at its core a “human” story with Christian overtones, this chariot-and-sandals epic is being sold as Gladiator meets Fast Seven meets Spartacus: Blood and Sand meets Star Wars – with Morgan Freeman's Sheik Ilderim as the Roman Empire's dreadlocked version of Alec Guinness' Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi. Say what you will, the trailer-makers sure know their target audience. And that's not the same crowd that would go check out what's usually referred to in the U.S. media as “faith” (i.e., Christian) movies. One assumes that particular audience segment will be getting
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Grandiose Christian Epic Became Biggest Worldwide Box Office Hit Until Gwtw

Ramon Novarro: 'Ben-Hur' 1925 star. 'Ben-Hur' on TCM: Ramon Novarro in most satisfying version of the semi-biblical epic Christmas 2015 is just around the corner. That's surely the reason Turner Classic Movies presented Fred Niblo's Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ last night, Dec. 20, '15, featuring Carl Davis' magnificent score. Starring Ramon Novarro, the 1925 version of Ben-Hur became not only the most expensive movie production,[1] but also the biggest worldwide box office hit up to that time.[2] Equally important, that was probably the first instance when the international market came to the rescue of a Hollywood mega-production,[3] saving not only Ben-Hur from a fate worse than getting trampled by a runaway chariot, but also the newly formed Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which could have been financially strangled at birth had the epic based on Gen. Lew Wallace's bestseller been a commercial bomb. The convoluted making of 'Ben-Hur,' as described
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Seagrove, Hannah, Keating join 'Another Mother's Son'

  • ScreenDaily
Seagrove, Hannah, Keating join 'Another Mother's Son'
Second World War drama begins UK shoot; first image revealed.

Boyzone frontman Ronan Keating has joined the ensemble cast of period drama Another Mother’s Son, which also includes Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah, Amanda Abbington, Peter Wight and Susan Hampshire.

Principal photography is underway on the film, which will shoot for six weeks across Somerset and the South West of England.

Another Mother’s Son is set during the Second World War, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis.

The film is based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian Pow and hid him over the course of the war, amid growing tension as it became clear that British wartime leader Winston Churchill would not risk an assault to re-capture the island and the community began to fray under pressures of hunger, occupation and divided loyalty.

BAFTA-winning Chris Menaul (Summer In February) directs a screenplay by Jenny Lecoat.

The
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