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Interview: Hex Media’s Sarah Daly on her “5 Great British Horror Films”

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In his latest interview/podcast. host Stuart Wright talks with Hex Media’s Sarah Daly about her 5 Great British Horror Films and the latest cinematic offerings from Hex – including an exciting Kickstarter campaign for For We Are Many, a Lovecraftian Gothic Horror film featuring stars from Hellraiser, The Exorcist and The Human Centipede!

For We Are Many‘s Kickstarter campaign closes mid-August 2019. You will find more details at www.kickstarter.com/projects/lawrie…t-gothic-horror

Sarah’s 5 Great British Horror Films choices include:

The Innocents (1961) The Haunting (1963) Hellraiser (1987) The Woman In Black (1989)( ITV Production) Under The Shadow (2016)

And check out Hex’s online store: hex-media.myshopify.com/
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Horror Highlights: Hoax, For We Are Many, Blood On Her Name, Medias Res

Hoax―from Epic Pictures and Dread―follows campers running for their lives from the infamous Bigfoot. Check out the trailer for Hoax before the film's release on August 20th. Also in today's Horror Highlights: details on For We are Many, Blood on Her Name, and Medias Res.

Hoax Release Details and Trailer: "Epic Pictures and Dread have got some Big news for you... Take a look at the brand new poster and trailer for the much anticipated, Hoax, releasing August 20th!

An investigative team travels deep into the remote Colorado wilderness after a group of young campers is viciously murdered by what maybe Bigfoot. While the highly specialized crew searches for evidence, they find themselves in a fight for survival against the legendary beast. What they encounter turns out to be more unexpected and dangerous than anything they could have ever imagined.

Directed & co-written by Matt Allen, co-written by Scott Park,
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Hex Studios Unleashes A Legion of Demons In ‘For We Are Many’

Hex Studios

The latest offering from the Scottish studio is a demon-themed anthology featuring 13 shorts produced especially for the project by up-and-coming directors from around the world. For We Are Many is the first of several anthology features in the works at Hex, and seeks to showcase the best of new and emerging talent in the genre.

The film stars a host of horror icons including Eileen Dietz (The Exorcist), Nicholas Vince (Hellraiser), and Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede II). Each segment tells the terrifying story of a particular demonic entity, from a devastatingly sensual succubus, to a Native-American demon that drives its victims to cannibalism, and many more, ranging from the biblical to the Lovecraftian.

Following an open pitching process, the producers at Hex worked closely with the filmmakers to ensure that each short would feature unique and iconic creatures, bold, original stories and (literally) eye-popping practical effects.
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Alt-j Previews Remix Album With Syrupy Danny Brown Collaboration

Alt-j Previews Remix Album With Syrupy Danny Brown Collaboration
Alt-j tapped Danny Brown and producers the Alchemist and Trooko to rework their song “Deadcrush” into a sleek jam. The track will appear on Alt-j’s upcoming remix album, Reduxer, out September 28th via Canvasback/Atlantic.

Alchemist and Trooko embrace and expand the steady, spaced-out vibe of Alt-j’s original, deepening its drum groove and slathering singer Joe Newman’s vocals in echo and reverb. Danny Brown’s verses provide a punchy counter-balance with the Detroit rapper spitting, “It’s a war outside, ain’t no one safe/ Wave my
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Book-a-Day 2018 #139: Jonah Hex: Shadows West by Joe R. Landsale, Tim Truman, and Sam Glanzman

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Time never stops. And so the once-hot revisionist takes on a neglected character get neglected themselves, and re-emerge in a new format for something like an anniversary.

Or, maybe, y’know, Jonah Hex was always a quirky character, even in the context of Bronze Age western heroes — already pretty far out on the branch of quirky and unusual — beloved by a small cult rather than particularly popular at any time.

Well, whatever.

If you’re confused, here’s the short version of a typically long and convoluted comics history: Jonah Hex was a scarred Western hero in ’70s DC comics, jumped into a post-apocalyptic future for the ’80s because all the other cool kids were doing it, and has bumped around the fringes of various DC media properties since then, mostly back in Western mode as if Hex never happened. Some of the best stories about him were three mini-series in the ’90s,
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UK genre outfit Hex Studios wraps supernatural horror 'Automata' (exclusive)

UK genre outfit Hex Studios wraps supernatural horror 'Automata' (exclusive)
Jamie Scott Gordon, Alexandra Nicole Hulme star in horror.

Hex Studios, the Scotland-based horror studio that launched in 2017, has wrapped filming on supernatural horror feature Automata.

The company’s latest production is from writer-director duo Lawrie Brewster and Sarah Daly. It centres on a historian who is called upon to authenticate a legendary clockwork doll which is discovered in the basement of a Scottish mansion. As he investigates the item’s history, the malevolent forces surrounding it are awakened.

The film stars Hex regulars Jamie Scott Gordon (The Black Gloves) and Alexandra Nicole Hulme (Girls) alongside Erich Redman (The Danish Girl
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Horror Highlights: Kaleidoscope Blu-ray & DVD, The Young Cannibals Trailer, Hex Indiegogo Campaign

Back in November of 2017, we reported that Rupert Jones' Kaleidoscope's colorful fragments of light were set to shine in cinemas from IFC Midnight and now the film starring Toby Jones (Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Hitchcock) is coming to Blu-ray and DVD from Scream Factory! We also have a look at a new trailer for The Young Cannibals and Hex's Indiegogo campaign details.

Kaleidoscope Blu-ray and DVD Release Details: Press Release: "Kaleidoscope, the unsettling debut feature from Rupert Jones, is a provocative psychological mystery that asks: is it possible to escape our past? Making its Blu-ray and DVD debut May 1st, 2018 from Shout! Factory, in conjunction with IFC Midnight, Kaleidopscope also includes a number of bonus features, including the featurettes Making of Kaleidoscope, Working in the Studio, and Keeping Up With The Joneses. Fans can pre-order their copies now by visiting ShoutFactory.com

This intense, twisty thriller unfolds
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Michael Fassbender: The Next 'James Bond' ?

Oscar-nominated actor Michael Fassbender ("12 Years A Slave"), at 39-years old, has the looks, chops and killer instinct to play the next big screen 'James Bond', now that dog-faced Daniel Craig has officially left the '007' movie franchise:

"To be honest with you", said Fassbender, "I think they should reboot the 'James Bond' series and go back to his origins as a soldier.

"I’ve got a great idea for it actually, so (producer) Barbara Broccoli talk to me..."

The stage-trained actor's feature film debut was the fantasy war epic "300" (2007), playing a 'Spartan' warrior.

Prior to that, he appeared in the HBO TV miniseries "Band of Brothers" (2001) and the Sky One fantasy drama "Hex" (2004–05).

He first came to prominence for his role as 'Ira' activist 'Bobby Sands' in "Hunger" (2008), for which he won a 'British Independent Film Award'.

Subsequent roles include playing a 'Royal Marines' lieutenant in "Inglourious Basterds" (2009)...

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Josh Brolin Talks The Mess Of "Jonah Hex"

One of the less well-regarded comic book films of all time was one from only a few years ago - 2010's "Jonah Hex". A critical and commercial disaster, the $80 million budget project made just $10 million at the worldwide box-office and was the subject of scathing reviews.

Its stars Josh Brolin, Megan Fox, John Malkovich and Michael Fassbender managed to escape its stink without much damage, even so the film itself has become something of a poster child for how not to make a comic book movie. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor ("Crank") were originally hired to write and direct but dropped out before filming and were replaced by animation director Jimmy Hayward.

Rewrites, production problems and reshoots soon followed, and it was an experience that Brolin doesn't have many fond memories of. Speaking with The Nerdist and The Frame, Brolin discussed the mess and why he signed up in the first place:

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Johnathon Schaech To Play Jonah Hex In DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow

It’s been revealed today that Johnathon Schaech will play Jonah Hex in the first season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. The character is set to appear in the eleventh episode, with the possibility to then become a recurring presence.

As you probably know, this won’t be Jonah Hex’s live-action debut, as he was previously played by Josh Brolin in a critically panned film adaptation which also starred Michael Fassbender and Megan Fox. Here’s hoping that this outing goes a bit better.

For more on what to expect from Hex, check out the official description for the character, courtesy of The CW:

A true legend of the Old West, a morally ambiguous gunslinger with a penchant for danger. Surprisingly, he knows a thing or two about time travel and the future, but is at home in the Wild West. He’s been battling outlaws and gangs for awhile now,
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Jonah Hex to appear on 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow'

Variety reports that the new CW superhero show, "DC's Legends of Tomorrow", will feature a time-travel element in the series which will include the assembled team venturing into the old west and interacting with one of DC's most notable antihero, Jonah Hex.

Jonah Hex is a former confederate soldier-turned bounty hunter who is facially scarred and is known to wield supernatural powers such as raising the dead from their graves. Academy Award-nominee Josh Brolin portrayed the character in Warner Bros. Pictures film adaptation, "Jonah Hex," which co-starred John Malkovich, Michael Fassbender, Will Arnett, and Megan Fox.

On the inclusion of Hex in the show, Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim said, “Ever since we decided that ‘Legends’ would involve time travel, we were eager to do a story set in the Old West. But if you’re going to do a story set in the DC Universe version of the Old West,
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That sinking feeling: the creators of Atlantis on where it went wrong

The prime-time drama was axed by the BBC during its second series. Here, Atlantis star Jack Donnelly and co-writer Johnny Capps discuss what worked, what they might have done differently, and where the show would have gone if it hadn’t been cancelled

Earlier this year, the BBC announced it was axing Saturday-night drama Atlantis – a shock to fans. But after only one full series (it was cancelled halfway through its second), the decision seemed premature: was the show given a fighting chance? Atlantis co-writer Johnny Capps (whose credits include Merlin and Hex) and star Jack Donnelly, who plays Jason, talk about where it all went wrong.

Although Atlantis was axed, it did have a strong fan base. What were its strengths?

Continue reading...
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Suits Scoop: Christina Cole to Psych Out Harvey in Season 5

Suits Scoop: Christina Cole to Psych Out Harvey in Season 5
This may be the season Harvey finally gets his head on straight.

Suits has tapped Christina Cole (The Assets, Chaos) to join the Season 5 cast as Dr. Paula Agard, a Harvard educated psychiatrist specializing in high end corporate consulting who becomes the perfect match for Harvey.

RelatedPost Mortem: Suits Boss on Donna’s Surprise Move, Harvey’s ‘Emotional Block’ and Mike and Rachel’s [Spoiler]

Look for the two to play a game of cat and mouse throughout the season, although it’s unclear if Cole’s shrink will become Harvey’s personal therapist.

Cole — whose credits also include
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Release date announced for Frightfest flick ‘The Sleeping Room’

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Following its UK premiere at FrightFest, Second Sight have announced the UK rights acquisition of acclaimed supernatural tale of Victorian revenge, The Sleeping Room.

The directorial debut of John Shackleton (Writer/Producer Panic Button) the film will make its UK debut On-Demand and Download on 27th April 2015 and DVD on 11th May 2015. Produced by Gareth I. Davies, The Sleeping Room marks Movie Mogul’s second feature.

Orphaned 19 year-old Brighton call girl Blue (Leila MimmackBecoming Human) is sent by her violent pimp Freddie (David SibleyDownton Abbey) and his blowsy partner Cynthia (Julie GrahamTower Block) to meet a new punter in Brighton, unaware of the horrifying impact it will have on her life. As Blue begins to fall for the quirky charms of her client Bill Hepworth (Joseph BeattieHex), she’s even more intrigued by the grand Regency terraced house that he is renovating; a once infamous Victorian brothel.
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As If: 10 year retrospective of the cult Channel 4 teen drama - part 2

Last year, As If celebrated 10 years since it came to an end on Channel 4. Digital Spy looks back on the cult series, speaking to several of the main cast about their memories of the show.

As If: 10 year retrospective of the cult Channel 4 teen drama - part 1

The sad fact with As If, is that it is almost impossible to track down today. The show has never been released on DVD, due to a copyright issue with the music. Without the music, it simply wouldn't be As If.

"Given the choice between no music so we can release the DVD, I'd choose the music," said Caroline Chikezie (Sasha). "They used to say the music was the seventh cast member, it was so important. It just took it to a whole new level. I guess it's worth not having a DVD release just to keep the music."

Jemima Rooper
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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes multiple teaser trailers, a call of submissions for the Hollywood Horrorfest, a Fear Clinic casting update, a Q&A with Hannah Cowley from Haunting of the Innocent, and much more:

Hollywood Horrorfest Details: “From the man who brought you both The Los Angeles Animation Festival and the Boobs & Blood Film Festival, comes the first annual Hollywood Horrorfest (March 28-29, 2014).

Hhf not only showcases new films in competition, but also helps guide filmmakers through the new digital age of filmmaking – from new approaches to financing and production to how to get sales and distribution.

Screenings, awards, red carpet photo opps, industry panels and networking – Hhf has it all, and under one roof, the legendary and now Quentin Tarantino owned, New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles.

“Our focus is on the filmmaker.
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Jemima Rooper and Co-Creators Johnny Capps and Howard Overman Talk Atlantis, the Biggest Threats and Villains of This Season, and More

The fantasy-adventure series Atlantis, currently airing on Saturday nights on BBC America, brings the iconic lost city to life, re-imagined for a new generation. When Jason (Jack Donnelly) sets out to find his father, his journey leads him to a strange, yet impossibly familiar land full of dangerous creatures, legendary heroes and palaces so vast it was said they were built by giants. While there, Jason is befriended by an overweight, overly-confident Hercules (Mark Addy) and the studious young Pythagoras (Robert Emms), comes face-to-face with the fearsome Minotaur, does battle with the dead, meets a sweet girl named Medusa (Jemima Rooper), and catches the eye of the beautiful Ariadne (Aiysha Hart), the princess of Atlantis whose family and royal standing restricts who she may love. During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actress Jemima Rooper (who plays “Medusa”) and co-creators Johnny Capps and Howard Overman talked about what made them
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'Atlantis': 'Merlin's' creators take on time-traveling Greek mythology

Myths are malleable, and BBC America's "Atlantis" twists ancient ones into new shapes.The lush 13-episode series launches Saturday, Nov. 23. Set on the lost island of Atlantis, it has a filmic look and tremendous fun with Greek myths.

In this, Hercules is an overweight blowhard played by Mark Addy ("Game of Thrones"). Medusa (Jemima Rooper, "Hex"), the hideous Gorgon who had snakes for hair, is now a sweet young woman. And Jason (Jack Donnelly, "Dancing on the Edge") is a hot traveler from the present.

"What struck me most is why hasn't anyone used this material before," Rooper tells Zap2it. "They are reinventing the stories as they want."

Fittingly, the series opens at sea, with Jason on a quest to find his long-lost father, whose submarine disappeared. Jason's small sub spins out of control and crashes, and he washes up, naked, on a foreign shore.

That naked bit
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BBC America to Premiere New Series Atlantis After Doctor Who Anniversary Special

As you know, because we’ve been reminding you incessantly, the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special, Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor, airs November 23, simulcast around the world. Not surprisingly, BBC America will be playing an encore of the special that evening here in the U.S. What you may not know is that will be followed by their latest Supernatural Saturday series, Atlantis.

We have a cool trailer and a press release with all the details, followed by a synopsis of Episode 1:

Trailer: Atlantis

New Fantasy Series Atlantis Follows Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special in BBC America’S Biggest Supernatural Saturday Ever From the creators of Merlin and BAFTA award-winning series Misfits

New York – October 24, 2013 – BBC America’s Supernatural Saturday brings the iconic lost city to life in new 13-part fantasy-adventure series, Atlantis. When Jason (Jack Donnelly, Dancing on the Edge) sets out to find his father,
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The Originals Recaplet: History Lesson

The Originals Recaplet: History Lesson
The CW’s The Originals unleashed a litany of mythology this Tuesday, including answers about witchy Davina’s mighty abilities, Sophie’s mission and the power struggle in New Orleans.

Although the hour was exposition-heavy, the various conversations and flashbacks were expertly threaded together, filling in the blanks (so that’s how Marcel came to be Davina’s protector) and taking some unexpected turns (let’s just say those Deveraux sisters are crafty).

Here are five things we learned during the intel-packed episode:

Related | The CW Orders Additional Scripts for The Originals, Tomorrow People and Reign

The Source Of Davina
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