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William Shatner and Jeri Ryan battle demons in trailer for Devil’s Revenge

Cleopatra Entertainment have released a poster and trailer have arrived online for director Jared Cohn’s horror Devil’s Revenge which follows the story of a down on his luck archaeologist who discovers a cursed relic which also happens to be a portal to hell. The film features a cast which includes Star Trek’s William Shatner and Jeri Ryan alongside Jason Brooks, Ciara Hanna, Jackie Dallas, and Annmarie Giaquinto; take a look here…

A down-on-his-luck archaeologist returns from a cave expedition that contains a cursed relic that’s also a portal to Hell. He discovers that the only way to stop the curse on his family is to go back to the cave and destroy the relic.

Devil’s Revenge is set for release on October 1st.

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Devil's Revenge Emerges from Below and Onto Digital Platforms this October 1st!

Tagline: "Welcome to Hell." A few details have emerged for the horror title Devil's Revenge. Developed by Jared Cohn (The Horde), Devil's Revenge involves an archaeologist's dig and a portal to Hell. Now, the portal can only be closed by destroying an ancient relic. This title stars a few "Star Trek" alumni, including: William Shatner and Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager). Jason Brooks, Ciara Hanna and Jackie Dallas also star. As well, Cleopatra Entertainment has produced this horror film and will distribute it, this October. Cohn has directed a few horror titles, already. This film fan knows Cohn from his work on the action horror title The Horde (2016) and Death Pool (2017). Very much an indie director, Cohn is also a prolific actor, based out of the City of Angels. His latest is expected to release on October 1st. On this date, Devil's Revenge will be available on Digital platforms, across the United States.
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Exclusive Clip from The Pining Features a Sinister Surprise

When you're sleeping in your own bed, you never want to wake up to disturbing sounds from the other room, but that's exactly what happens to one unfortunate individual in our exclusive clip from the new horror movie The Pining.

Below, you can watch our exclusive clip from The Pining, which is out now on Amazon Prime:

"In the tradition of The Exorcist and End of Days comes a paranormal whodunnit that pits a detective, priest and photographer against unexplainable evil. From director Eduardo Castrillo, and starring Tom Sizemore, Miguel A. Nunez Jr and Stranger ThingsJackie Dallas , The Pining available this August on Amazon Prime.

When members of a therapy group start dying under mysterious circumstances, A hardboiled detective is forced to reopen a cold case. Her only leads are a burnt-out priest and a handicapped photographer, who seem to know more than what is in their police statements.
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Witness unspeakable evil in trailer for horror The Pining

Uncia Films has unveiled a poster and trailer for The Pining, a supernatural horror from director Eduardo Castrillo and starring Tom Sizemore (Natural Born Killers), Miguel A. Nunez Jr (Return of the Living Dead), Jackie Dallas (Stranger Things), Jonez Cain (Fruitvale Station) and social media influencer Natalie Gibson; check them out here…

When members of a therapy group start dying under mysterious circumstances, A hardboiled detective is forced to reopen a cold case. Her only leads are a burnt-out priest and a handicapped photographer, who seem to know more than what is in their police statements.

The Pining is available now on Amazon Prime.

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Fassbender Delivers Best Performance of His Career in 'Riveting' 'Jobs' Biopic

'Steve Jobs' movie poster. 'Steve Jobs' movie: 'Riveting, high speed' biopic starring Michael Fassbender at his best On the outside, computers are clean, symmetrical slabs of molded polycarbonate; pleasant, or at least inoffensive, to look at. On the inside, however, the part most consumers don't see, is a bento box of circuit boards, memory chips, wires, graphics cards, and cooling systems, busily processing and moving the innumerable pieces of information that make the unit work flawlessly or, occasionally, crash. What director Danny Boyle's ferocious three-act rocket ride, Steve Jobs, teaches us about its eponymous tech icon, is that he was much like a computer: on the outside, clad in his signature black turtleneck and jeans, he was trim, bespectacled and flawlessly functioning. On the inside, he was on the brink of crashing, his internal Os in constant operation, avoiding, justifying, and occasionally acknowledging his poor treatment of
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