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Review: The 2017 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation

Ahead of the Academy Awards, we’re reviewing each short category. See the Animation section below and the other shorts sections here.

Blind Vaysha – Canada – 8 minutes

I did a double take upon hearing Theodore Ushev‘s name alongside his animated short Blind Vaysha during the Oscar nominations because I’ve watched his work progress the past five years. This Canadian by way of Bulgaria is a Toronto International Film Festival staple, a guy who alters his aesthetic with every new project. Whether rotoscoping, hybridizing Cubism and Constructivism, or dabbling in Abstract Expressionism, though, you always know it’s an Ushev film because of its content and craftsmanship. His latest is no different, the adoption of woodcutting lending an old school storybook feel to a tale that speaks towards today’s climate of hope and despair. Narrated by Caroline Dhavernas, Vaysha’s story begs us to open our eyes and see
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‘Beavis & Butthead,’ ‘Daria’ and the Rest of Your Favorite MTV Shows Are Coming Back to TV

‘Beavis & Butthead,’ ‘Daria’ and the Rest of Your Favorite MTV Shows Are Coming Back to TV
MTV Classic is bringing the ’90s back to your living room. Starting Aug. 1, VH1 Classic will be rebranded as MTV Classic. The channel will bring back all your favorite 90’s and early 2000’s shows like “Beavis & Butthead,” “Daria,” “Pimp My Ride” and “Aeon Flux,” among others. The launch of the new channel is tied to the 35th anniversary of the launch of MTV. They will kick things off with “MTV Hour One,” which will replay the original first hour of programming ever aired on MTV. The launch will also see a retrospective on “Total Request Live” entitled “The Trl Decade.
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November VOD Releases Include MÉXICO Barbaro, The Hallow, Lavalantula

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Even though Halloween will soon be behind us, that doesn’t mean November is without a few terror-filled tricks up its sleeve, particularly when it comes to genre films arriving on VOD throughout the month. Things kick off in grand style with the release of the creature feature Lavalantula courtesy of Alchemy, as well as the latest anthology, Mexico Barbaro, featuring eight Mexican directors coming together to give us their unique takes on various folklore and traditions.

Other films hitting VOD in November include The Hallow, Wrecker, Condemned, Deep Dark, Uncanny, Crumbs, Applesauce and the social media inspired thriller, #Horror.

Lavalantula (Alchemy) - November 3rd

After a dormant volcano erupts miles outside of Los Angeles, something within the molten hot lava is awakened. Birthed from the bowels of the Earth itself, arachnid-like creatures with an obsidian-black exoskeleton swarm out. One man, Colton West, a washed-up, former A-list action star, suddenly
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Round-Up: Game Changer: The Legacy Of Saw, Shut In Screening, Bound To Vengeance Blu-ray, Deep Dark Q&A

"Would you like to play a game?" Two new clips for Game Changer: The Legacy of Saw, featuring the creators/cast members of the Saw franchise, are below. Also: Shut In screening details, Bound to Vengeance on Blu-ray / DVD info, and a Q&A with Mike Medaglia from Deep Dark.

Game Changer: The Legacy of Saw: "The film that redefined the horror genre, Saw: Unrated, is making audiences shriek all over again. Generations of movie fans have been thrilled and terrified by Saw’s blood-curdling story of a serial killer who traps his victims in a sadistic game of survival. For true horror fans who want a peek behind the scenes of the creation and development of the most successful horror franchise in history, the iTunes digital release of Saw: Unrated and Saw: The Complete Collection now includes a brand-new 3-part, 77-minute retrospective,
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New trailer and poster for the disturbing ‘Deep Dark’

The uniquely disturbing Deep Dark, from writer/director Mike Medaglia, comes to DVD and VOD in November from Uncork’d Entertainment, following a resoundingly positive response at film festivals right around the world.

Hermann, a failed sculptor, is about to kill himself when he finds a strange, talking hole in the wall. The creature in the hole (Denise Poirier, the voice of ÆON Flux) has the power to fulfill his wildest dreams, but things go horribly wrong and when the killing starts, Hermann is thrust into the worst nightmare of his life. Deep Dark is a twisted tale warning you to be careful what you wish for, because it just might get you…
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The Deep Dark Trailer Is Just That. And Mysterious.

There is no shortage of strange things that can go one in your home. Last year we had Don Thacker's Motivational Growth and The Mould. This year we have Michael Midaglia's Deep Dark and a talking hole. We have a trailer and a new poster to share with you. But this is no ordinary talking hole. This one is voiced by Denise Poirier who did the voice of Æon Flux for the cult MTV series. Deep Dark is about "a failed sculptor finds a strange, talking hole in the wall. The hole has the power to fulfill his wildest dreams, or it just might become his worst nightmare."Denise says of the project, "I've always loved voice work, and working on the Deep Dark was especially challenging, but also...

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Creepy Teaser Trailer Takes You Into the Deep Dark

It's so rare that a movie comes along with a totally original premise, and when one does, we take big time note here on Dread. Such is the case with Deep Dark, which looks and sounds absolutely wild. Read all about it, and check out the creepy first teaser!

From the Press Release

Vitamin M and Polluted Pictures are proud to premiere the teaser trailer for their feature film production Deep Dark, which features the voice of Denise Poirier (who voiced Æon Flux from the television show of the same name) as the voice of the “The Hole.”

Denise says of the project, which is written and directed by Michael Medaglia, "I've always loved voice work, and working on the Deep Dark was especially challenging but also incredibly fun. I mean - how does one put together a character description for a sinister voice in the wall? With the Deep Dark team at the helm,
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Ben Affleck’s Next Film May Be A Load of “American Bs”

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Much critical acclaim has been heaped on Ben Affleck’s work as director, both for “Gone Baby Gone” and “The Town”. Warner Bros are keen to keep him “in house”, so to speak and he has been wooed with all manner of attractive projects in recent months.

Added to his list of options, we now have “American Bulls**t”, a script by Eric Warren Singer (The International, TV’s Æon Flux) all about an FBI undercover sting operation in 1980, intended to uncover and expose corruption in the Us Congress. This is not a WB project however, being produced instead at Sony by Charles Roven (Three Kings, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins) in conjunction with Atlas Entertainment.

Needless to say, Affleck is yet to make up his mind and may yet accept the offer from WB of either Replay or The Trade. Perhaps it will be a question of which potential
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