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Nintendo Switch to get a swathe of indie games

The already robust library of Nintendo Switch games is about to get even more diverse, with dozens of new games on the way from a range of independent developers and publishers. Upcoming titles include new entries in the Super Meat Boy and Shovel Knight franchises, as well as indie collaborations in games like Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes from Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture. Check out the list of upcoming indie games below…

Upcoming games include: Super Meat Boy Forever from Team Meat: In this beefy sequel to the fan-favourite original game, players will once again leap off walls, dodge buzz saws and perform incredible feats of 2D platforming. In this game, though, levels get more challenging each time you beat them. With an updated control scheme, new ranking system and daily challenges, players are going to want to keep coming back for seconds. Super Meat Boy Forever launches for
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Nintendo Switch Announces 20 New Indie Games

Nintendo Switch Announces 20 New Indie Games
Nintendo has just revealed that they are going to be releasing 20 brand new indie games for the Switch console, which is great news for the people who are lucky enough to own one. The Switch made its debut in March of this year and is still a hot ticket item, meaning they are still very hard to obtain. There are even websites dedicated to checking store and online availability to alert Nintendo fans when the Switch console becomes available in their area. The consoles are obviously available on eBay and Craigslist for ridiculous prices while even big-name stores like Gamestop are selling what they call "bundles," which inflate the price to match the pricing of the third-party market.

In addition to being nearly impossible to find, Nintendo has also received criticism for a lack of games for the Switch, a common complaint whenever a new console is released by the video game innovators.
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Robert Patrick Goes on a Murderous Rampage in His Upcoming Thriller Last Rampage

I've got a trailer for a great looking thriller for you to watch today for a film called Last Rampage. The movie has a modern day western vibe as Robert Patrick escapes from prison and goes on a murderous rampage as he is being hunted down by Bruce Davison. The movie also stars Heather Graham and is based on a true story. Here's the synopsis:

In the summer of 1978, convicted murderer Gary Tison (Patrick) and his cellmate Randy Greenawalt (Chris Browning) staged a daring escape from an Arizona State Prison, with the help of Tison’s three teenage sons. Their murderous rampage through the southwestern desert shocked the nation with its brutality. While Sheriff Cooper (Davison) hunted the men down, Tison's wife (Graham) vehemently defended her family in the press.

The movie is an adaptation of the book Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison written by James W. Clarke.
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The Steven Seagal films of 2016

Matt Edwards Feb 24, 2017

We check out every Steven Seagal film released last year. There were quite a few of them...

2016 was an eventful year for Steven Seagal. The action movie star really took to Twitter, got political, wore some lovely coats and was granted Russian citizenship. But we aren’t here to dissect Steven Seagal’s off-screen life because, well, fuck. What we can do is try to make some sense of his cinematic output. This article will tell you a bit about the Seagal films released in 2016 (it’s full on with spoilers) to let you know how he got on.

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With films getting different releases in different territories, I’ve covered every Seagal film with a home video release in 2016 that I might reasonably be expected to have access to. That’s five in total. In the UK, we had a bumper Seagal summer,
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Elektra joins the fight Marvel Heroes 2016, trailer and screenshots revealed

Fresh from her appearance in Daredevil season 2, Elektra has now joined the roster of Marvel Heroes 2016, with the assassin becoming the game’s 57th playable character; check out a trailer and batch of screenshots featuring the assassin in action here…

“We opted for a more target-selection mechanic to represent Elektra’s assassination skills rather than basing her strictly around stealth, to differentiate her from other assassins in the game,” says Michael May, Senior Game Designer at Gazillion. “She does have stealth mechanics, but her gameplay is mostly driven around finding high-value targets, marking them, then taking them out.”

Voiced by Kat Cressida, Elektra dons her classic red costume, and an alternate choice is available inspired by her appearance in Marvel’s Daredevil Season 2. Elektra attacks with her sai, a rope dart, shurikens and other powerful abilities, such as Marked for Death, which debuffs powerful enemies while buffing herself.
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Exclusive: Steven Seagal has a kickass goatee in this clip from Absolution

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I have fond memories of Steven Seagal kicking ass in movies like Hard To Kill, Marked For Death, and Under Siege. Hell, Seagal's brief scenes in Executive Decision were pretty awesome too. In recent years, the man has done everything from direct to video action flicks to reality television. Even at the age of 63, the man is still churning out movies on a regular basis. His latest, Absolution, opens next month and we have an exclusive first clip from the movie. When a contract killer (Steven...
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Watch: Trailer For New Steven Seagal Film ‘The Mercenary: Absolution’

Steven Seagal is an action movie legend. He burst onto the scene in 1988 with Above The Law. Since then he’s unleashed a steady slew of martial art heavy movies including Under Siege, Marked For Death and Machete. His latest film The Mercenary: Absolution doesn’t deviate from the winning Seagal formula. Seagal plays a mercenary who is seeking that one good deed that will grant him absolution for all his past sins. Could saving a young and frightened woman from Vinnie Jones’ big bad mob boss be just the ticket he’s looking for? Watch the trailer now for all the juicy details:

If you like what you see then make sure to keep 18th May free as The Mercenary: Absolution is released digitally in the UK by Content Media that very day.

Source: Content Media
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February 17th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include V/H/S: Viral, The Phantom of the Opera

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For the third week of February, Scream Factory is delivering a double dose of terror in their releases of the recent indie horror flick Animal as well as the 1989 cult classic adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera starring Robert Englund and Jill Schoelen.

Magnolia is also bringing us V/H/S: Viral, the latest edition of their popular horror anthology series, home on Blu-ray, DVD and VHS (which is awesome!), and indie genre fans have tons of new titles to look forward to. And for you Game of Thrones fans out there, season four is making its way on Blu and DVD this Tuesday too.

Animal (Scream Factory, Blu-ray/DVD)

When plans for a weekend getaway hit a dead end, a group of close-knit friends finds themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a menacing, bloodthirsty predator. Holed up in an isolated cabin, they turn on one another as
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Clips / Trailer from The Phantom of the Opera Blu-ray, Starring Robert Englund

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“You love the music. I am the music.” Though he’s best known for portraying the man of your nightmares, prolific actor Robert Englund has played a plethora of memorable roles over his impressive career, including his turn as the titular villain in 1989’s The Phantom of the Opera. Scream Factory is bringing Dwight Little’s take of Gaston Leroux’s classic novel to Blu-ray on February 17th, but you can watch clips and the trailer from the upcoming release right now.

Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Galaxy of Terror, Freddy vs. Jason) assumes the classic role of The Phantom in this shocking, nerve-jangling retelling of Gaston Leroux’s timeless tale of music, madness and murder!

An aspiring opera singer finds herself transported back to Victorian-era London – and into the arms of a reclusive, disfigured maestro determined to make her a star. The silver-throated Christine (Jill Schoelen, The Stepfather
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Filming Begins On ‘Damascus Cover’ With Jonathan Rhys Meyers & Sir John Hurt

Even though they’ve got the tagline ‘Trust No One’ *coughs* X-Files *coughs*, the espionage thriller Damascus Cover has started production this week in Morocco and it stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers plus Olivia Thirlby, recently knighted Sir John Hurt, Igal Naor, Jurgen Prochnow and Navid Negahban.

Damascus Cover is based on best-selling 1977 novel by Howard Kaplan, with direction by Daniel Berk (Public Enemies), with a screenplay by Samantha Newton and Berk. It’s also been perfectly setup for Berlinale 2015, where they’ll be launching their sales pitch and spy thrillers are definitely still in-fashion at the moment. Producer, Hannah Leader had this to say:

Damascus Cover is a great script – believable and brilliant. The characters and situations are vividly drawn and the Middle East setting really brings to life this spellbinding moment in history, which is both topical and timely. With Daniel at the helm, it’s going to be a beautiful picture.
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Efm: Jonathan Rhys Meyers to star in spy thriller

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Efm: Jonathan Rhys Meyers to star in spy thriller
Carnaby International to begin sales of Damacus Cover in Berlin this week as filming commences in Morocco.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, star of The Tudors, has taken the lead role in Middle Eastern espionage thriller Damascus Cover.

The film, which begins production in Morocco this week, will also star Olivia Thirlby (Juno, Dredd), Sir John Hurt, Igal Naor (Green Zone), Jurgen Prochnow (The Da Vinci Code) and Navid Negahban (Homeland).

London-based Carnaby International will handle worldwide sales and will begin pre-sales negotiations at Berlin’s European Film Market (Efm) this week.

Deals have already been struck in several major territories and will be announced soon, according to a spokesman for the production.

The film, produced by UK-based Big Book Media, is based on the best-selling 1977 novel by Howard Kaplan.

Directed by Daniel Berk (Public Enemies) and produced by Hannah Leader (Lucky Number Slevin, Gosford Park), the film is an espionage action thriller set in the Syrian capital. Berk co-wrote
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Salma Hayek seeks revenge in Everly red band trailer

Salma Hayek seeks revenge in Everly red band trailer
The Salma Hayek-starring Everly has released a red band trailer.

The Frida actress stars in director Joe Lynch's high-concept action/revenge movie.

Warning - Trailer contains explicit content:

Hayek plays a former prostitute that informs on her employers.

Marked for death, she is confined to her apartment while an army of hired killers come for her. But she won't go down without a fight.

Togo Igawa and Masashi Fujimoto also star in the film.

Hayek is known for her roles in action films including Robert Rodriguez's Desperado and From Dusk Till Dawn.

Everly will be released on January 23 in the Us and April 10 in the UK.
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Blu-ray Release Details for The Phantom of the Opera, Starring Robert Englund

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Scream Factory has detailed their February 2015 release of The Phantom of the Opera, starring Robert Englund:

“Los Angeles, CA – Get ready, Freddy. Scream Factory is going to the opera! A Blu-ray release of The Phantom of the Opera, including several bonus features, has been announced for release on February 17, 2015.

Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Galaxy of Terror, Freddy vs. Jason) assumes the classic role of The Phantom in this shocking, nerve-jangling retelling of Gaston Leroux’s timeless tale of music, madness and murder.

An aspiring opera singer finds herself transported back to Victorian-era London – and into the arms of a reclusive, disfigured maestro determined to make her a star. The silver-throated Christine (Jill Schoelen, The Stepfather) enjoys success through the arrangements of her new lover (Englund)… until she realizes that he has been committing unspeakably grisly murders in her honor and won’t stop until he’s completed his masterpiece…
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The Gunman (2015) Movie Trailer: Spy Sean Penn is Marked for Death

The Gunman Trailer. Pierre Morel‘s The Gunman (2015) movie trailer stars Idris Elba, Sean Penn, Javier Bardem, Ray Winstone, and Mark Rylance. The Gunman‘s plot synopsis: “An international spy must clear his name in order to save himself from the organization that he used to work [...]

Continue reading: The Gunman (2015) Movie Trailer: Spy Sean Penn is Marked for Death
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Scream Factory Delays The Phantom of the Opera (1989) Blu-ray Release

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Though he’s best known for playing the man of your nightmares, prolific actor Robert Englund has played a plethora of memorable roles over his impressive career, including his turn as the titular villain in 1989’s The Phantom of the Opera. Scream Factory is bringing Dwight H. Little’s take of Gaston Leroux’s classic novel to Blu-ray, but it will now take a little longer than anticipated.

Initially set to be released on January 13th, Scream Factory’s Blu-ray of The Phantom of the Opera will now come out on February 17th. Extras will be announced next month. In the meantime, we have the official cover art and the delay announcement from Scream Factory:

“Slight delay for our upcoming release of The Phantom Of The Opera. Originally slated for 1/13, it will now move to 2/17. Our apologies for the extension but we are trying to make it the best possible
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Keep Watching The Skies In The First, Creepy Extraterrestrial Trailer

Aliens are back on Earth in this new trailer for the upcoming horror sci-fi hybrid Extraterrestrial, and not bringing cookies. The newest feature from the filmmaking duo The Vicious Brothers (Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz) is due to crash land in theaters right in time for Thanksgiving (what.s with all these horror movies coming out in November? I want to see these things before Halloween, not after.), and Yahoo! Movies scored the brand new official trailer to help prepare you for the fight of your life. Stop me if heard this one before . a group of teens head to an isolated cabin in the woods to party and do all the other stuff teenagers do. While there, an alien craft crashes in the forest nearby. The kids investigate, encounter an alien, and kill it. The aliens then go all Marked for Death on the kids
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Fourth Update For Titanfall Is Imminent, Adds Featured Game Mode Option

Respawn’s hyper-kinetic first-person shooter, Titanfall, is set to receive its fourth content update in the coming weeks, the studio has announced.

The rather extensive update is poised to introduce a series of new in-game features, including an all-new multiplayer option entitled ‘Featured Game Mode,’ which will allow Respawn to draft in novel game modes on a regular basis.

First up on this round of rotation is the Marked For Death mode, a style of play that labels one user as the Mvp and forces the remainder of the group to protect them at all costs. And though it isn’t clear how long Marked for Death will remain on Respawn’s playlist, the studio hinted that it will be replaced by Wingman Last Titan Standing thereafter.

Elsewhere in the update, players can expect 14 Titan Burn Cards replete with stat-boosting abilities along with Titan Insignias and further enhancements to Titanfall’s overall matchmaking.
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The Frightening Truth About Steven Seagal's Career

Steven Seagal has made only one horror movie to date, and that was 2009's Against the Dark, in which he had a cameo that found him beating off vampires. Yet, here at Dread Central we've been known to cover the world of the bizarre and the paranormal. You're about to learn something about Seagal that is beyond bizarre...

Did you ever notice the strangest thing about Seagal movie titles is that they tell a story in order of their release? No? Check IMDb if you don't believe. Sit back, dear reader, and allow me to take you on a strange trip filled with action, madmen, and revenge.

Steven Seagal was Above The Law, but he was too Hard To Kill so now he's been Marked For Death by Jamaicans who are Out For Justice. Can he live while Under Siege and On Deadly Ground? Could you survive while Under Siege
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Steven Seagal Won't Do an 'Expendables' Movie and Has Some Thoughts on Liam Neeson

I used to love watching Steven Seagal movies. Movies such as Under Siege, Hard to Kill, Marked for Death, Above the Law and Executive Decision. But we're talking a long time ago now and I think the last time I went to go see a Seagal movie in the theater was 1994's On Deadly Ground. The guy has now become something more of a curiosity than anything else, though he doesn't seem to be done with movies just yet, but that doesn't mean you should ever expect to see him in one of the Expendables movies. In an interview with The Big Issue he was asked why he hasn't starred in one of the action star team-ups just yet and he didn't hold back: "I just didn't like some of the people involved... Life is too short to work with funny people... There's good and bad people everywhere and a
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View from the Bottom Shelf – Six Unheralded Straight to Video Martial Arts Masterpieces

Reading Chris Holt’s recent excellent feature on the death of the local video store, (as well as this week’s release of Gareth EvansThe Raid 2) I got to thinking about my own experiences of traipsing along to my local video store in search of something obscure but exciting. During my mid to late teens it was all about straight to video martial arts films – my Dad had introduced me to Bruce Lee by way of The Big Boss and I had worked my way through a whole load of Jackie Chan, Seagal and Jcvd, before resorting to just picking up a video that looked like it contained a lot of fighting and seeing what it offered.

Needless to say, a lot of what I stumbled on was deeply, abidingly terrible. Lone Wolf McQuaid was pretty good, but Code of Silence was abysmal. Delta Force II and III were both excellent fun,
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