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Rain Management Group Promotes Dalip Sethi To Partner

Rain Management Group Promotes Dalip Sethi To Partner
Dalip Sethi has been promoted to partner at Los Angeles-based management/production company Rain Management Group.

Dalip has been with Rmg since 2009, joining the company as an assistant. He was promoted to manager in 2012, and has since built an impressive television and film client roster with a focus on writers, filmmakers, producer-directors and showrunners. His client list includes Ryan Maldonado & Eduardo Canto, Ryan Shiraki, Bob Dearden, Nina Lopez-Corrado, Joe Chappelle, Stacey K. Black, Jorge Zamacona, Steve Robin, Jessica Kaminsky, Craig Siebels, Jim & Steve Armogida, Ron McGee, Ryan Zaragoza (Madres) and Daryl Wein (Something From Tiffany’s) among several others.

“Dalip’s partnership is greatly deserved and part of our
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Welcome To The Blumhouse: Watch Exclusive Clips from Madres and The Manor

Welcome To The Blumhouse: Watch Exclusive Clips from Madres and The Manor
Ahead of their premieres this Friday on Amazon Prime Video as part of the Welcome to the Blumhouse celebration, we've been provided with exclusive clips from Ryan Zarazoga's Madres and Axelle Carolyn's The Manor.

Madres: "Beto (Tenoch Huerta) and Diana (Ariana Guerra), a young Mexican-American couple expecting their first child, move to a small town in 1970’s California where Beto has been offered a job managing a farm. Isolated from the community and plagued by confusing nightmares, Diana explores the rundown company ranch where they reside, finding a grisly talisman and a box containing the belongings of the previous residents. Her discoveries will lead her to a truth much stranger and more terrifying than she could have possibly imagined.

Directed by: Ryan Zaragoza

Written by: Marcella Ochoa & Mario Miscione

Starring: Tenoch Huerta, Ariana Guerra, Evelyn Gonzalez, Kerry Cahill, and Elpidia Carrillo

Executive Produced by: Jason Blum, Jeremy Gold, Marci Wiseman,
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‘Madres’ Review: Horror Comes Home in the California of Yesteryear

‘Madres’ Review: Horror Comes Home in the California of Yesteryear
There’s a certain charm to modest genre offerings that most viewers wouldn’t seek out beyond October, when so many of us spend the entire month immersed in all things horror. Though “Madres” probably wasn’t planning to fall under that umbrella, at least it’s in good company. Arriving as part of Welcome to the Blumhouse, an annual series of four Amazon Originals produced by, well, Blumhouse, director Ryan Zaragoza’s socially conscious chiller evokes everything from “Rosemary’s Baby” to the folklore tale of La Llorona while trying — but only occasionally succeeding — to carve a space for itself in that crowded milieu. It’s the kind of distraction you might pad a midnight-movie marathon with, likely sandwiched between more accomplished films with similar thematic underpinnings.

The film opens with a quote from Joseph Conrad — “The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are
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Welcome To The Blumhouse: Trailers for Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres, and The Manor

Welcome To The Blumhouse: Trailers for Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres, and The Manor
Amazon Prime Video recently announced the latest installment of Welcome to the Blumhouse. Featuring films directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, Maritte Lee Go, Ryan Zaragoza, and Axelle Carolyn, we now have individual trailers for reach film, ahead of their premiere this October!

"Amazon Prime Video is excited to announce this year's installment of "Welcome To The Blumhouse," featuring an all new set of unique, unsettling thrillers developed with an eye towards original, diverse storytelling. Produced by Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres and The Manor premiere worldwide this October exclusively on Prime Video.

The “Welcome to the Blumhouse” slate once again showcases both well-established and breakout actors collaborating with emerging, predominantly female, directors.

Bingo Hell and Black As Night premiere on October 1, followed by Madres and The Manor on October 8."

Bingo Hell

October 1, 2021

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A feisty senior citizen fights to protect her beloved neighborhood from
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‘Bingo Hell’, ‘The Manor’, ‘Black as Night’ featured in new trailer for Welcome to the Blumhouse

‘Bingo Hell’, ‘The Manor’, ‘Black as Night’ featured in new trailer for Welcome to the Blumhouse
Amazon Prime Video is ramping up the promotion for the upcoming ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ event which drops from October 1st, with a brand new trailer consisting of all four movies.

The event is a series of unique, unsettling thrillers developed and produced with an eye towards original, diverse storytelling. The ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ slate once again showcases both well-established and breakout actors collaborating with emerging, predominantly female, directors.

Details on the next batch of films lined up to terrify audiences are below;

Bingo Hell

When a sinister figure threatens the residents of a low-income community, a feisty senior citizen tries to stop him in Bingo Hell, a wickedly original horror movie with a fiendishly funny twist. After 60-something neighbourhood activist Lupita (Adriana Barraza) discovers that her beloved local bingo hall has been taken over by a mysterious businessman named Mr. Big (Richard Brake), she rallies her elderly friends
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Welcome To The Blumhouse 2021 Trailer: Four New Horror Films Head To Amazon

Welcome To The Blumhouse 2021 Trailer: Four New Horror Films Head To Amazon
Blumhouse and Amazon Prime Video are at it again with another round of "Welcome to the Blumhouse" films. Last year, four Blumhouse movies premiered directly on Prime Video, and the results were...not great. Perhaps this new round of movies will be an improvement. Once again, we'll be getting four new movies, with two dropping on one weekend, and two more dropping the following weekend. The titles include "Bingo Hell" directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero; "Black as Night" directed by Maritte Lee Go; "Madres" directed by Ryan Zaragoza; and "The Manor" directed by Axelle Carolyn

Watch the "Welcome to the Blumhouse 2021" trailer below.

I love horror movies, and I...

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Watch the Trailer for Welcome To The Blumhouse, Featuring Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres, The Manor

Watch the Trailer for Welcome To The Blumhouse, Featuring Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres, The Manor
Amazon Prime Video recently announced the latest installment of Welcome to the Blumhouse. Featuring films directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, Maritte Lee Go, Ryan Zaragoza, and Axelle Carolyn, we now have the trailer for you to watch ahead of the films premiering this October!

"Amazon Prime Video is excited to announce this year's installment of "Welcome To The Blumhouse," featuring an all new set of unique, unsettling thrillers developed with an eye towards original, diverse storytelling. Produced by Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres and The Manor premiere worldwide this October exclusively on Prime Video.

The “Welcome to the Blumhouse” slate once again showcases both well-established and breakout actors collaborating with emerging, predominantly female, directors.

Bingo Hell and Black As Night premiere on October 1, followed by Madres and The Manor on October 8.

Bingo Hell

October 1, 2021

Logline

A feisty senior citizen fights to protect her beloved
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Horror Highlights: Welcome To The Blumhouse, Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster, American Psycho

Horror Highlights: Welcome To The Blumhouse, Boris Karloff: The Man Behind The Monster, American Psycho
Amazon Prime Video Announces Latest Installment of “Welcome To The Blumhouse”: "Amazon Prime Video is excited to announce this year's installment of "Welcome To The Blumhouse," featuring an all new set of unique, unsettling thrillers developed with an eye towards original, diverse storytelling. Produced by Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, Bingo Hell, Black As Night, Madres and The Manor premiere worldwide this October exclusively on Prime Video.

The “Welcome to the Blumhouse” slate once again showcases both well-established and breakout actors collaborating with emerging, predominantly female, directors.

Bingo Hell and Black As Night premiere on October 1, followed by Madres and The Manor on October 8.

Bingo Hell

October 1, 2021

Logline

A feisty senior citizen fights to protect her beloved neighborhood from an evil force that’s taken over the local bingo hall and is killing the residents in gruesome ways.

Short Synopsis

When a sinister figure threatens the residents of a low-income community,
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‘Madres’ Brings a ’70s-Tinged Maternal Nightmare to ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ [Exclusive]

‘Madres’ Brings a ’70s-Tinged Maternal Nightmare to ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ [Exclusive]
Yesterday, Amazon Prime Video and Blumhouse announced the next installment of their Welcome to the Blumhouse film series with four original thrillers from a diverse slate of filmmakers. The films – Bingo Hell, Black as Night, Madres, and The Manor – will premiere worldwide this October exclusively on Prime Video. Now, we have exclusive info on director Ryan Zaragoza‘s feature debut, Madres. Set […]

The post ‘Madres’ Brings a ’70s-Tinged Maternal Nightmare to ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ [Exclusive] appeared first on /Film.
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Every Upcoming Blumhouse New Horror Movie For 2021 and Beyond

Every Upcoming Blumhouse New Horror Movie For 2021 and Beyond
In just over a decade Blumhouse Productions has gone from a very smart agile indie to possibly the most significant horror production company out there. It’s slate is huge, it most quickly and cheaply, trusts in its creators and favours originality and genuine scares. Though the pandemic has meant certain release dates have had to move, or not as yet locked in, it’s clear the Blumhouse juggernaut is showing no signs of slowing. It has several film in production, with release dates set for 2021 and even more movies in various states of development.

We’ve rounded up the latest on all of Blumhouse’s upcoming horror movies. Note: we have not included TV, we haven’t included anything which is clearly not a horror and the projects which have been in development hell for many years are summarised briefly at the end. We’ll keep this updated so
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Amazon & Blumhouse Announce Next Wave of “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” Including Films from Axelle Carolyn, Maritte Lee Go, Ryan Zaragoza, and Gigi Saul Guerrero

Amazon & Blumhouse Announce Next Wave of “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” Including Films from Axelle Carolyn, Maritte Lee Go, Ryan Zaragoza, and Gigi Saul Guerrero
Amazon & Blumhouse's partnership on "Welcome to the Blumhouse" has proven to be a big hit and they've just announced the next four movies that will be released on Amazon Prime Video in 2021, including The Manor from Axelle Carolyn, Black as Night from Maritte Lee Go, Madres from Ryan Zaragoza, and Bingo from Gigi Saul Guerrero:

"Following the highly-anticipated global launch of “Welcome to the Blumhouse”, Prime Video announced today the next chapter of four films in this collection of eight genre-movies produced by Amazon Studios and Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Television. The slate of titles are: The Manor written and directed by Axelle Carolyn, Black as Night from director Maritte Lee Go, Madres directed by Ryan Zaragoza and Bingo from director Gigi Saul Guerrero. The suspenseful thrillers will launch in 2021 on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide.

The “Welcome to the Blumhouse” program continues the legacy of original,
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First Look at Halloween Kills Footage Reveals Return Of Legacy Characters

First Look at Halloween Kills Footage Reveals Return Of Legacy Characters
The first footage from Halloween Kills was unveiled today during Blumfest, a one-day online event focused on new and upcoming movie and TV projects from the Blumhouse production company.

The sequel to 2018’s Halloween, the successful, acclaimed reboot and follow-up to John Carpenter’s original 1978 classic, is bringing back several legacy characters from that movie, with the teaser giving us our first quick glimpses of three of them. Take a look and see if you can spot them!

At approximately :20 in the 36-second trailer, that is Nancy Stephens as Nurse Marion Chambers, who was Dr. Sam Loomis’ assistant in the original Carpenter film and played the role in Halloween II (1981) and Halloween H20 (1998). Although the character died in the latter film, the current Halloween movies pretty much ignore or retcon everything that happened in the sequels, so Marion is back!

Next up at :23 is Kyle Richards, best known
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Blumhouse lines up fifth ‘Insidious’ film and poltergeist feature from John Ridley

Blumhouse lines up fifth ‘Insidious’ film and poltergeist feature from John Ridley
Developments emerged on opening day of inaugural annual BlumFest.

Blumhouse is moving ahead on a fifth Insidious feature on which Patrick Wilson will make his feature directorial debut, and has set John Ridley to write and direct a poltergeist film.

The developments emerged on the opening day of the inaugural annual BlumFest.

Blumhouse recently acquired rights to develop a feature based on Saleah Blancaflor’s Truly*Adventurous article Project Poltergeist

Ridley will tackle the story based on unexplained events that terrified a young boy in a New Jersey public housing estate in the 1960s.

Sony Pictures will distribute the fifth
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Blumhouse News From BLUMFEST2020! Halloween Kills Movie Footage, New Insidious 5, John Ridley Writing/Directing “Untitled Paranormal Project”

Blumhouse News From BLUMFEST2020! Halloween Kills Movie Footage, New Insidious 5, John Ridley Writing/Directing “Untitled Paranormal Project”
The first annual BlumFest kicked off today with several stars of upcoming Blumhouse films and TV shows sharing news about their projects. The event was hosted and moderated by Jacqueline Coley, editor at Rotten Tomatoes and kicked off with an introduction by Jason Blum.

Check it out below – its was super fun to watch and there was such exciting news for Horror fans!!

Check out Blumhouse’s YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/blumhouseproductions) and Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/blumhouse), and shop for BlumFest merchandise at https://shop.blumhouse.com/. #BlumFest2020

Here’s a rundown of everything announced today:

A new Insidious film – The fifth installment of Insidious, from Blumhouse, is moving forward. The film will be distributed globally by Sony Pictures. Patrick Wilson will make his directorial debut with the feature film. Scott Teems wrote the script based on a story by franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell. Ty Simpkins
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‘Welcome To The Blumhouse’ Sets Next Chapter Of Film Anthology With Inclusive Genre Thrillers ‘The Manor’, ‘Black As Night’, ‘Madres’ And ‘Bingo’

‘Welcome To The Blumhouse’ Sets Next Chapter Of Film Anthology With Inclusive Genre Thrillers ‘The Manor’, ‘Black As Night’, ‘Madres’ And ‘Bingo’
The next chapter of Welcome to the Blumhouse is ready to deliver thrills while highlighting some of today’s emerging and inclusive talent in front of and behind the camera. Amazon Prime Video has unveiled The Manor, Black as Night, Madres and Bingo as the final four films in the eight-film genre anthology. The quartet will debut on the streaming platform in 2021.

Welcome to the Blumhouse kicked off at the beginning of October with its first slate of films including The Lie from Veena Sud, Black Box from up-and-coming writer-director Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour Jr., Evil Eye from emerging filmmakers Elan Dassani and Rajeev Dassani, and Nocturne from filmmaker Zu Quirke.

“Coming off the successful launch of the first four films of the program, which has surpassed our expectations, we are excited to reveal the next chapter coming in 2021,” said Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios. “The spine-tingling, edge-of-your-seat thrills continues in
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Amazon Reveals First Details of Next Four ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ Movies on Prime Video

Amazon Reveals First Details of Next Four ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ Movies on Prime Video
Amazon on Thursday revealed the next four films to be released next year as part of its “Welcome to the Blumhouse” series. The first four genre movies in the collection launched on Prime Video this month.

Just like the first four films of the program, the next group represents four unique stories that are connected by common themes, including institutional horrors and personal phobias. The “social thrillers,” as Amazon terms them, are helmed by up-and-coming directors.

“Coming off the successful launch of the first four films of the program, which has surpassed our expectations, we are excited to reveal the next chapter coming in 2021,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios. “The spine-tingling, edge of your seat thrills continues in this next collection of titles that will surely entertain, surprise and shock our global customers.”

The first four in the Blumhouse series are a mixed bag, with IndieWire’s best review going to “Black Box.
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Amazon Unveils Four New ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ Movies Coming in 2021

Amazon Unveils Four New ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ Movies Coming in 2021
Blumhouse Television and Amazon Prime Video have announced the four new Welcome to the Blumhouse movies that will be coming to the streaming service in 2021. The second wave of genre films includes The Manor from writer-director Axelle Carolyn, Black as Night from director Maritte Lee Go, Madres from Ryan Zaragoza, and Bingo from director Gigi Saul Guerrero. The Welcome to the Blumhouse program aims to highlight female and emerging filmmakers, as well as diverse casts, and the films are typically centered around unsettling themes of institutional horrors and personal phobias that tap into people’s deepest fears. These …
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Warner Bros. TV Directors’ Workshop 2019 Class Members All Land Assignments

The entire 2019 class of the Waner Bros. TV Directors’ Workshop has landed directing gigs on a Warner Bros. series.

The workshop aims to bring talent from other creative fields to television directing and increase diversity in the field. The latest class marks the seventh annual graduating class since its 2013 inception.

The upcoming assignments in the 2019-20 television season for new graduates include: Bola Ogun is set to direct an episode of “Legacies” and episodes of “Lucifer” and “God Friended Me”; America Young will direct an episode of “Blindspot” and “Legacies”; Lauren Petzke is set to direct an episode of “Legacies”; Charissa Sanjarernsuithikul will direct and episode of “God Friended Me”; Chell Stephen will direct an episode of “Riverdale”; Mo Perkins will helm an episode of “Manifest”; Ryan Zaragoza will direct an episode of “All American”; Caity Lotz is set to direct an episode foof “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”; for
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Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop Graduates Set To Helm Episodes Of ‘Legacies’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Blindspot’ and Others

Graduates from Warner Bros. Television Group’s (Wbtvg) Directors’ Workshop class of 2019 are all ready to sit in the director’s chair. All participants of this year’s program have booked directing assignments on upcoming episodes of a Wbtvg series. On top of that, two of the directors have gone on to secure additional assignments — before even helming their first episode.

The Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop looks to discover new and innovative talent, prepare directors from other creative fields or the transition to television, and spur diversity and inclusion by providing increased opportunities for female directors and directors from ethnic minority groups. Since its inception in 2013, the Wbtvg Directors’ Workshop has helped to launch or further the TV directing careers of more than 50 women and/or people of color.

Below are the graduates from the Directors’ Workshop class and their directing assignments for the upcoming 2019–20 television season.

Bola Ogun is set
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HBOAccess Directing Fellowship Has Its Class Of 2018

HBOAccess Directing Fellowship Has Its Class Of 2018
HBOAccess has selected three helmers for its 2018 Directing Fellowship. Thembi Banks, Cary Williams and Ryan Zaragoza will take part in a weeklong workshop before mounting their production in July. Read more about the new fellows below.

The program supports directors who are interested in a career in television by giving them the opportunity to shoot a pilot presentation which will air on HBO. The scripts they have chosen to direct all come from material created through the HBOAccess Writing Fellowship.

“Every year we are overwhelmed with the amazing talent introduced to us through this process,” said Kelly Edwards, VP Talent Development at HBO. “These directors are superstars on the verge of making the leap to episodic. Our hope is that we can be a small part of their story.”

The HBOAccess Directing Fellowship selects three to four fellows to participate in a biennial program designed to foster diverse directing talent.
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