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Abandoned In The Dark Four Stories | One Anthology Film – announcement!

Abandoned In The Dark Four Stories | One Anthology Film Directed by Mike Lordi Based on the book by David Boyle Starring horror legend Kane Hodder! Story 1—“The Core”: Tender-hearted Karl Stevens has an ordinary day of work ahead of him—or so he believes. Following a routine meeting with his domineering boss, Karl discovers that …

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Marvel Is Aiming for Half of All Future McU Movies to Be Directed by Women

Marvel Studios' success has been unparalleled and unprecedented, but among the chief complaints among many fans for years was the lack of diversity, both in ethnic heroes and female heroes as well. Marvel has most definitely addressed both issues with the blockbuster hit Black Panther, and the upcoming Captain Marvel, but Victoria Alonso, Marvel's executive VP of physical production, hopes to see a day where half of the McU slate is directed by women.

Before joining Marvel in 2006, Victoria Alonso worked in the male-dominated world of visual effects, working on films such as The 6th Day, Cats and Dogs, Darkness Falls, The Core, Big Fish, Fifty First Dates and Kingdom of Heaven. She joined Marvel as the chief of visual effects, serving as both a producer and a visual effects producer on the first McU movie, Iron Man, while also producing the rest of Marvel's early movies before being
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[Podcast] We Need To Talk About Horror Episode 20: The Killing of Satan & Black Magic

On this week’s episode: Andy Triefenbach, Mike Hassler and Jeremy Jones take in a double feature on a witchy, magical double feature on Amazon Prime Video with 1982’s The Killing of Satan and 1975’s Black Magic! We also have our final three years of Horrorlimination and what we’ve been watching between the recording of this episode and last episode. Strap in!

As always, we invite you to join our Facebook Group, where we have discussions concerning the episodes and other fiendishly good stuff.

Show Notes:

00:02:25 – What We’ve Been Watching

Jeremy – The Lords of Salem / Let Us Pray / My Bloody Valentine 3D / Valentine / “Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block” / The Ritual

Mike – The Core (Shudder) / Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl / My Friend Dahmer / Tragedy Girls / Annihilation / The Ritual

Andy – Never Hike Alone (view film here) / Heavy Metal / Messiah of Evil / Tremors

00:39:39 – #GetUpInDemGuts: The Killing of Satan
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Edgar Wright Saves the World in a New Nike Ad That’s Not Unlike ‘The Core’ — Watch

Edgar Wright Saves the World in a New Nike Ad That’s Not Unlike ‘The Core’ — Watch
For his latest endeavor, Edgar Wright appears to have borrowed from one of the finest films of our time: “The Core.” The “Baby Driver” director is responsible for a new Nike ad in which the world stops spinning on its axis and the only way to get things moving again is for everyone to lace up their shoes and start running. Watch below.

“I repeat: The world has stopped spinning,” a newscaster ominously announces. “This is a crisis the likes of which planet earth has never seen,” he adds, as “The Core” apparently doesn’t exist in this continuity. “Top scientists are racing to come up with a solution.” As he delivers this portentous news, a woman watching notices her hamster spinning on its wheel and decides to follow suit.

Bill Nye the Science Guy, Kevin Hart, and Kobe Bryant all assist in the world-saving effort — only to learn that
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Kayden Kross Featured in Shudder.com’s New Episode of The Core, Featuring Glenn Danzig

(Los Angeles, CA / January 16, 2018) — Adult superstar Kayden Kross is featured in the latest episode of Shudder.com’s horror-centric talk show, The Core, starring legendary metal god Glenn Danzig, out now at Shudder.com/the-core. In the just-released episode – the season finale – Danzig chats with Core host Mickey Keating about his creative process, …

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Interview: Psychopaths Filmmaker Mickey Keating on Making Movies That Celebrate Movies

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Arriving today on VOD is Psychopaths, the latest movie from prolific genre filmmaker Mickey Keating, who has helmed six feature films over the last six years, and currently serves as the host for the Shudder exclusive series, The Core. Psychopaths follows various storylines on one fateful night as murder and mayhem take over the streets, and features performances from Ashley Bell, Larry Fessenden, Mark Kassen, Angela Trimbur, Josh Ethier, Jeremy Gardner, and Jeff Daniel Phillips, who serves as the film’s narrator.

Daily Dead recently chatted with Keating about his evolution as a filmmaker over the last few years, making movies that celebrate movies, his new talk show on Shudder, and much more. Look for Psychopaths today on VOD, courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Great to chat with you again, Mickey. I think what's really cool about your career is that with every film that you do, you can see
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Exclusive Clip From Shudder Original Series – The Core

‘Twas the Friday before Christmas and all through our house… an exclusive clip was stirring, not even a… ah, screw it! You get the sentiment! On tap right now we have an exclusive clip from Shudder’s original series “The Core.” Dig it! “The Core” is a dissection of the brilliant minds from which genre films […]

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‘Living in the Age of Airplanes’ Exclusive Clip: The Story of How The Airplane Changed The World

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‘Living in the Age of Airplanes’ Exclusive Clip: The Story of How The Airplane Changed The World
It’s clear that the airplane has changed how we move and travel through the world, but how much do we understand about its history and what do we take for granted? The new documentary “Living in the Age of Airplanes” explores the story of the airplane, and how the invention completely changed the way we do everything, renewing our appreciation of flight.

Read More: Watch: The John Wayne Movie That Inspired ‘Airplane!’

Narrated by Harrison Ford (“Raiders of the Lost Ark”) and featuring an original score by the late composer James Horner (“Titanic”), the film takes viewers through 18 countries across all seven continents toto illuminate how airplanes have empowered a century of global connectedness our ancestors could never have imagined. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

The film is directed by Brian J. Terwilliger, who worked on the visual effects team for Tim Burton’s “Big Fish
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‘Point Break’ (2015) Review

Stars: Luke Bracey, Edgar Ramirez, Ray Winstone, Teresa Palmer, Matias Varela, Clemens Schick, Tobias Santelmann, Max Thieriot, Delroy Lindo | Written by Rick King, W. Peter Iliff, Kurt Wimmer | Directed by Ericson Core

Now I’m not that adverse to remakes and reboots as some and, if I’m honest, the 1991 version of Point Break is not as special to me as it is to others – in fact Bigelow’s film never really gelled with me, so I approached this redux with a really open mind. Turns out I shouldn’t have bothered!

Taking its cue from Kathryn Bigelow’s original movie, this remake of Point Break once again tells the story of Johnny Utah (Bracey), a young FBI agent who infiltrates a cunning team of thrill-seeking elite athletes – led by the charismatic Bodhi (Ramirez) – who are suspected of carrying out a spate of crimes in extremely unusual ways…

However Ericson Core
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11 New Movies to Watch at Home This Week

Deadpool, Michael Moore, and a few indies worth adding to your collection.Pick of the Week

Wildlike

What is it? Mackenzie (Ella Purnell) is a teen in crisis. Her father has died, and her mother’s addictions have forced her into rehab, so with no other resources she’s sent to stay with an uncle in Alaska for the summer. He shows her kindness, showers her with gifts, and sneaks into her bed at night to do unspeakable things. It may not be the first time, and she knows it won’t be the last, so when the opportunity arises she runs away. Her luck changes when she crosses paths with a hiker named Rene (Bruce Greenwood) in Denali. He wants nothing to do with her at first, but when the two of them end up on the same deserted trail in the park he quietly allows her to join his party of one. What
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The 25 most underrated film scores of the 2000s

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Diverse, awe-inspiring and memorable treasures that have sadly fallen off the radar

The noughties were a tough decade for film music fans. Not only was there the unprecedented loss of four great masters in the form of Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, Michael Kamen and Basil Poledouris; the nature of the industry itself began to go through some seismic changes, not all of them for the better.

With the art of film scoring becoming ever more processed, driven increasingly by ghost writers, electronic augmentation and temp tracks, prospects looked bleak. However, this shouldn’t shield the fact that there were some blindingly brilliant scores composed during this period. Here’s but a small sampling of them.

25. The Departed (Howard Shore, 2006)

When it came to the sound of his Oscar-winning crime thriller, director Martin Scorsese hit on the inspired notion of having composer Howard Shore base it around a tango,
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Point Break review

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It's no disaster, but there's still not much point to the remake of Point Break...

Kathryn Bigelow's Point Break was fairly successful when it hit cinemas back in 1991, pitting Keanu Reeves' rookie FBI agent against Patrick Swayze's impossibly cool surfing bank robber in a film that landed with audiences but was largely dismissed by critics.

Its uniquely sensitive spin on macho action movies has led to its reappraisal as a cult classic, thus making this remake pretty much inevitable. Few of us would have predicted that director/cinematographer Ericson Core would convert it into an extreme sports movie, but that's one of the only surprises to be had here.

After a tragic accident, former poly-athlete Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) leaves the adrenaline junkie scene behind and applies to join the FBI. He's still on probation when he discovers that a daring gang of bank
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Point Break review

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It's no disaster, but there's still not much point to the remake of Point Break...

Kathryn Bigelow's Point Break was fairly successful when it hit cinemas back in 1991, pitting Keanu Reeves' rookie FBI agent against Patrick Swayze's impossibly cool surfing bank robber in a film that landed with audiences but was largely dismissed by critics.

Its uniquely sensitive spin on macho action movies has led to its reappraisal as a cult classic, thus making this remake pretty much inevitable. Few of us would have predicted that director/cinematographer Ericson Core would convert it into an extreme sports movie, but that's one of the only surprises to be had here.

After a tragic accident, former poly-athlete Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) leaves the adrenaline junkie scene behind and applies to join the FBI. He's still on probation when he discovers that a daring gang of bank
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‘Point Break’ review: “A huge misfire. Completely pointless”

Point Break remake review: High-octane stunts do not a good movie make. Point Break remake review

There’s an argument that the remake of Point Break shouldn’t really exist – believe me, we’ve had it out here at Thn Towers everyday since the project was announced. 25 years have passed since the Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves original graced our screens, which, let’s face it, was nigh on perfect. Perfect script, perfect direction, bromantic action aplenty, great stunts, and one of the best Swayze performances of all time (bar Road House and Dirty Dancing of course). They say that it’s too soon. They say it ain’t right. They say the original is one of those films that should never be remade. Ever. They say, they say. This argument is irrelevant. This Point Break remake review will see it graded and examined on its own merit.

In a day
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[Review] Point Break

We’ve officially come full circle. Point Break arrived in 1991 with more cheese than a Green Bay Packers game and ten years later a fresh generation got to enjoy an ambiguous cops and robbers romp that moved the same basic plot from ocean to streets with The Fast and the Furious. It’s probably an obscure connection at best, but the cinematographer of that unofficial remake, Ericson Core, just happens to now be the man to bring a brand new version of the original story to life as his sophomore directorial effort. This time the names are mostly the same—screenwriter Kurt Wimmer realized “Utah” works better as a nickname than given surname—and the waves make a return too even if they aren’t quite as important.

I know this is sacrilege to say, but Kathryn Bigelow’s cult classic dripping in nostalgic testosterone is the perfect property for a big-budget remake.
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Point Break: here’s the latest trailer for the remake

Luke Bracey and Edgar Ramirez headline the new Point Break film. Here's another trailer to try and get you on side...

We’re still not detecting, between you and us, a fat lot of enthusiasm for the upcoming Point Break remake. Given how strong and loved the first film is, that’s hardly a surprise. That said, Warner Bros is pressing ahead with the new take, and not being shy about it. It arrives in cinemas at the end of the year.

A brand new trailer for the new Point Break landed overnight, in an attempt to win a few more people over. Luke Bracey, Edgar Ramirez and Ray Winstone star in this one, with a bit of the mighty Delroy Lindo thrown in for good measure. Ericson Core is directing.

Here’s the new trailer for the movie. Has this one won you over?

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The Point Break remake gets a new poster and featurette

The ‘pointless’ Point Break remake has just received a brand new American poster and a new featurette entitled ‘Surf Action,’ which focusses in on just one of the extreme sports which will be featured in the movie, which arrives in Us cinemas this Christmas.

The film stars Édgar Ramírez as Bodhi, and Luke Bracey as Johnny Utah, along with Ray Winstone, Teresa Palmer and Delroy Lindo.

In Alcon Entertainment’s fast-paced, high-adrenaline action thriller “Point Break,” a young FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey), infiltrates a cunning team of thrill-seeking elite athletes – led by the charismatic Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez). The athletes are suspected of carrying out a spate of crimes in extremely unusual ways.

Erickson Core directs, and serves as the film’s cinematographer. Check out the new poster above, and the new featurette below.

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Comic Book Review – Star Trek #46

Villordsutch reviews Star Trek #46…

In “The Tholian Webs,” Part 1 of 2, The Five-year Mission of the Starship Enterprise continues! In this epic re-imagining of a classic Star Trek episode, the crew of the new movie timeline encounters a mysterious and deadly alien force… and not all of the crew will make it out alive!

After our three-parter of Eurydice and with the Enterprise having to make its way back home from the Delta Quadrant to the Alpha Quadrant, I was a little surprised to open Part One (of Two) of The Tholian Webs to discover that the Enterprise is just within range of the Alpha Quadrant boundary; still I’m guessing this hopefully means Kirk and Co. shan’t be running into the Borg anytime soon. Taking a nerd moment and looking at the Galaxy Quadrant Map (link here) however I’m unsure where the boundry line they’re discussing is,
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'Point Break' Remake First Pictures, Bracey and Ramirez are Utah and Bodhi

Apparently the first look at the upcoming Point Break remake from director Ericson Core was shown during CinemaCon down in Las Vegas yesterday and with that comes the first looks at Luke Bracey and Edgar Ramirez in the film playing FBI agent Johnny Utah and extreme sports enthusiast and criminal Bodhi respectively. The duo are playing roles made popular by Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze in Kathryn Bigelow's 1991 film, and for many this remake is completely unnecessary, but it's set to arrive on December 25 nonetheless. One week after Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens, which is to say... we'll see how this turns out. This updated version will follow a similar premise as the first as a young FBI agent, Johnny Utah (Bracey), infiltrates a cunning team of thrill seeking elite athletes, led by the charismatic Bodhi (Ramirez). The athletes are suspected of carrying out a string
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Point Break Remake Images Feature Surfing, Running, But No Keanu

Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment have released the first Point Break images from director Ericson Core’s (Invincible) upcoming remake of Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 film of the same name. The redo stars Luke Bracey as Johnny Utah, a young FBI agent who infiltrates a team of thrill-seeking athletes led by the charismatic Bodhi (Edgar Ramirez). These images don’t reveal much, but they do seem to confirm that Core’s film leans heavily on the “extreme sports” world to bring the thrills to the big screen. Indeed, Core not only serves as the film’s director, but also the director of photography. Check out the photos below, via Warner Bros., and look for Steve’s reaction to seeing the first footage from the pic later on Collider. The film also stars Ray Winstone, Teresa Palmer, and Delroy Lindo. Point Break opens in 2D and 3D on December 25th. [caption id="attachment_447837" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Warner Bros./caption]
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