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Horror Highlights: The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies – London Presents: Roads To Hell: The Highway Horror Film, Suspiria Makeup Featurette, Agramon’S Gate

Drive on the highway to Hell with the latest event from The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies in London as author Bernice M. Murphy breaks down the importance of horror films set around highways, including Psycho (1960) and Southbound (2015). Also: a look at a makeup featurette for the new Suspiria and release details for Snowflake and Agramon's Gate.

Roads to Hell: The Highway Horror Film Event Details: "The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies - London takes a trip through the cinematic history, cultural importance, and significance of the 'Highway Horror Film' using landmark films from Psycho (1960) to Southbound (2015) with celebrated academic and author Bernice M. Murphy.

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This class will introduce students to the ‘Highway Horror Film,’ an overlooked sub-genre of the wider American horror tradition which articulates profound unease about the transitory nature of modern American life, as well as the wider impact of mass automobility. The post-
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10 Chilling Horror Movies to Make You Shiver This Winter

10 Chilling Horror Movies to Make You Shiver This Winter
As the climate transitions from chilly to downright bone-chilling, all of us will likely be spending more time indoors. But my modo is: When the weather outside is frightful, curling up on the couch with a good horror movie can be delightful! While fear may likely trigger an elevated heartrate, resulting in increased body temperature, some creepers are terrifying enough to make you shiver, no matter how loud your fireplace (or space heater) is roaring.

And then there are horror movies that exasperate the external chill by using cold as a trope, a plot motivator, or even a character itself. Kids love building snowmen, but an unforgiving Arctic blast can be just as scary as any haunted house or masked psychopath. Hey, at least no one at Camp Crystal Lake has to worry about freezing to death.

The 10 horror movies below are chilling, but they're also cold in the literal sense,
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Herman Melville Novella ‘Benito Cereno’ Headed For Space As Sci-Fi Series From Steven Katz & Topic Studios

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Topic Studios is developing a scripted TV series based on Benito Cereno, the 1855 Herman Melville novella about the fictionalized revolt of a Spanish slave ship. The series, which will be adapted to take place in deep space, is created by The Knick scribe/co-executive producer Steven Katz, who will write and executive produced project.

Topic Studios will also executive produce alongside Manage-ment’s Dan Halsted and Corinne Hayoun.

Inspired by the novella — considered one of Melville’s finest works as a commentary on slavery, the nature of man and good versus evil — the series will be a science fiction thriller centered on an accidental encounter between a human commercial ship and an alien slave freighter, where the human captain navigates a world of inter-species slavery in a distant future with frightening parallels to our past.

“Benito Cereno is one of Melville’s most thought-provoking short stories, and Steven has been able to retain its essence,
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People Explains: N.C. Toddler Who Froze to Death on Porch as Mom Slept Inside With Drugs in System

People Explains: N.C. Toddler Who Froze to Death on Porch as Mom Slept Inside With Drugs in System
On Monday, North Carolina woman Jamie Basinger pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter after her 3-year-old son, Landyn Melton, froze to death in March on an outside porch while she slept inside.

The child was found dead on March 15 after investigators say he went outside in the middle of the night and could not get back into the house. Basinger, who was originally charged with both involuntary manslaughter and child abuse, pleaded guilty to the former charge while prosecutors dropped the latter.

She was released from incarceration earlier this week after being held since her arrest earlier this year, her attorney told People.
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April 4th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Don’T Kill It, Invasion Of The Bee Girls, We Go On

April's Blu-ray and DVD releases are kicking off in a big way, as we have a lot of great genre releases to get excited for this week. Mike Mendez’s Don’t Kill It arrives on both formats April 4th as well as the cult classic Invasion of the Bee Girls, which makes its HD bow courtesy of Scream Factory. Mill Creek has put together a triple dose of terror with their Psycho Circus Triple Feature Blu-ray set, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is keeping busy with their releases of Ghost of New Orleans, A Room to Die For, and We Go On this Tuesday.

Other notable home entertainment titles arriving this Tuesday include The Evil Within, Tank 432, Don’t Hang Up and the DVD set for Medium: The Complete Series.

Don’t Kill It (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Blu-ray & DVD)

When an ancient demon is accidentally unleashed in a
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Watch: Channing Tatum & Bros. Grind Their Bods Again In The First Trailer For ‘Magic Mike Xxl’

The gang is back in “Magic Mike Xxl,” this time in a road trip film. Ok, most of the gang is back. Matthew McConaughey’s Dallas and Alex Pettyfer’s The Kid characters are awol, but returning to the fold are Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias. Steven Soderbergh has vacated the director’s chair too, but don’t worry, he’s acted as director of photography, camera man and editor (we heard this one basically locked picture already). Instead, Soderbergh’s right-hand man and longtime producer/first A.D. Greg Jacobs is at the helm (he directed “Criminal” and “Wind Chill”). From all accounts, while still written by Reid Carolin and Tatum, “Magic Mike Xxl” sounds like much more of a good time buddies comedy. This time the strippers take a road trip from Tampa to Myrtle Beach for a stripping convention.
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Elizabeth Banks, Donald Glover and Michael Strahan Join 'Magic Mike Xxl'

Warner Bros. has officially announced the start of production on Magic Mike Xxl, the sequel to Steven Soderbergh's 2012 break-out hit Magic Mike, which will again star Channing Tatum in the title role and co-writing the screenplay with Reid Carolin. Soderbergh will serve as cinematographer this time around, handing off directorial duties to Gregory Jacobs (Wind Chill) and along with Tatum and returning stars Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias, new roles will be played by Elizabeth Banks, Donald Glover, Amber Heard, Andie MacDowell, Jada Pinkett Smith and even Michael Strahan. Here's the official synopsis: Picking up the story three years after Mike (Channing Tatum) bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, Magic Mike Xxl finds the remaining Kings of Tampa likewise ready to throw in the towel. But they want to do it their way: burning down the house
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'Magic Mike 2' Underway with Steven Soderbergh Lensing

Steven Soderbergh isn't directing Magic Mike Xxl (aka Magic Mike 2), but he is serving as cinematographer and on this Labor Day weekend he's just tweeted the first picture from the set. It's only a clapperboard, but it is an interesting career move for Soderbergh who has served as cinematographer (as well as editor) on most of his films under the pseudonym Peter Andrews, but this is the first time he's done it for a film he isn't directing. At the helm for the sequel is Soderbergh's longtime second unit director, Gregory Jacobs (Wind Chill) with a story described as an "on-the-road adventure", expected to find Mike (Channing Tatum) and his stipper co-horts driving a U-Haul to a stripper convention. For more on that click here. The tweet from Soderbergh is below, Magic Mike Xxl is currently slated for a July 3, 2015 release.
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Amazon Releases Preview Clips Of New Pilot Red Oaks

Amazon Studios have always done things a little differently. Firstly, their door is always open to creators wishing to submit material. Secondly, when they produce that material, it’s for the audience to decide if it is of sufficient quality to warrant further investment. They make a pilot available, people watch it, and its fate is determined by user comments and ratings. Among the latest of these offerings is Red Oaks – a comedy written by Joe Gangemi (Wind Chill) and Gregory Jacobs (Criminal), directed by David Gordon Green (Prince Avalanche) and executive produced by Steven Soderbergh. To say it is worth checking out is an understatement.

Starring Craig Roberts (22 Jump Street), Paul Reiser (Mad About You), Richard Kind (Obvious Child) and Jennifer Grey (The Bling Ring), the show is set in the 1980s, and sees a college student take a summer job as an assistant tennis pro at a country club.
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Watch the First Trailer for Stonehearst Asylum

“When you have found a thing a man fears most, you will have discovered the key to his madness.” Having just announced the release date for Stonehearst Asylum, the Edgar Allan Poe-based film formerly known as Eliza Graves, Millennium Entertainment has now unveiled the film’s first trailer, and the debut footage shows that looks can be deceiving… and deadly.

Stonehearst Asylum, based on Edgar Allan Poe’s The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, is slated for an October 24th release in theaters and VOD platforms, just in time for Halloween:

“A recent medical school grad who takes a position at a mental institution soon finds himself taken with one of his colleagues, though he has no initial idea of a recent, horrifying staffing change.”

Directed by Brad Anderson (Session 9) and written by Joseph Gangemi (Fear Itself, Wind Chill), Stonehearst Asylum boasts a talented cast that includes Kate Beckinsale,
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Release Date and New Title for Edgar Allan Poe-Based ‘Eliza Graves’

The phrase “the inmates are running the asylum” usually isn’t meant in the literal sense, but in an upcoming film based on a story by Edgar Allan Poe, it could be accurate. Previously known as Eliza Graves and boasting a cast that includes Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley, Millennium Entertainment’s Stonehearst Asylum has received a new release date that perfectly fits its chilling premise.

Stonehearst Asylum, based on Edgar Allan Poe’s The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, is now slated for an October 24th release, just in time for Halloween. Here’s the synopsis:

“A new doctor comes to apprentice at a mental institution and meets a beautiful patient that he falls in love with amidst a set of circumstances which may be more complicated and dangerous than they seem.”

Directed by Brad Anderson (Session 9) and written by Joseph Gangemi (Fear Itself, Wind Chill), Stonehearst Asylum stars Kate Beckinsale,
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Soderbergh's 'Red Oaks' Cast, 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Director's Cut & 'Star Wars: Ep. 7' Fan Video

David Gordon Green is set to direct the pilot episode of "Red Oaks" for Amazon with Steven Soderbergh producing. The show is set in 1985, and features college student David Myers (Craig Roberts pictured) who is both reeling from his father's heart attack and conflicted about what major to declare in the fall. Myers gets a summer job as an assistant tennis pro at the Red Oaks Country Club in suburban New Jersey and while there, he meets a colorful cast of misfit co-workers and wealthy club members including an alluring art student named "Skye" (Alexandra Socha) and her corporate raider father "Getty" (Paul Reiser). A coming-of-age comedy set in the "go-go" 80s that is equal parts hijinks and heartfelt, Red Oaks is about enjoying a last hurrah before summer comes to an end--and the future begins. Richard Kind ("Spin City"), Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing) and Oliver Cooper (Runner Runner) co-star
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Craig Roberts Takes The Lead In Amazon’s Red Oaks

Amazon Studios are continuing their move to strengthen their slate of original programming, with the production of a new comedy pilot – Red Oaks. Directed by David Gordon Green (Prince Avalanche), and written by Gregory Jacobs (Criminal) and Joe Gangemi (Wind Chill), Red Oaks has now added actor Craig Roberts to its cast in the lead role.

Focusing on a 20 year-old man named David Myers (Roberts), the story sees him land a job as an assistant tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club, which is predominantly Jewish. As he tries to get to grips with his new situation, he must also figure out what kind of life he wants to lead. Roberts joins a cast that already includes Jennifer Grey, Paul Reiser and Richard Kind.

Having got his start on British television shows, such as Young Dracula, The Story Of Tracy Beaker and Casualty, Craig Roberts made the move to the
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Details On 'Magic Mike 2' & Soderbergh Will be Back, Just Not as Director

Speaking with GQ, Channing Tatum let loose some details when it comes to Magic Mike Xxl (aka Magic Mike 2), which he co-wrote with Reid Carolin and will return as the title star. First thing to note for those that haven't been paying close attention, Steven Soderbergh will not be back to direct, instead Soderbergh's longtime second unit director, Gregory Jacobs, will be taking over at the helm for the now "retired" (from theatrical filmmaking at least) director. Tatum, however, tried what he could to get him to change his mind. "I lobbied probably harder than anybody else," Tatum told GQ about his efforts to get Soderbergh back as director. "We had many, many nights of heated debate. I was, 'I don't f--ing get it! Whyc' And he's like, 'I don't need it.'" Soderbergh, it turns out, will serve as editor and cinematographer, which might be the best thing
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'Magic Mike 2' Sets July 2015 Release Date

'Magic Mike 2' Sets July 2015 Release Date
Just weeks after securing director Gregory Jacobs, the Magic Mike sequel, currently titled Magic Mike Xxl, has been given a July 3, 2015 release date. The sequel currently has the date all to itself, but it will debut just two days after Paramount's Terminator: Genesis opens on July 1, 2015.

Channing Tatum is co-writing the script with his Magic Mike collaborator Reid Carolin. The actor recently spoke about the writing process in an interview with MTV, where he revealed that he has been working on the script with Reid Carolin for the past two months.

"[We started writing] probably like two months ago. With my partner Reid I was like, 'Ah it'll write itself, it's fine'-not the case. Not the case at all."

It has been widely believed that the rest of the Magic Mike cast, including Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer and Matthew Bomer are returning. While no deals have been signed yet, Channing Tatum
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Magic Mike 2 gets a director and new title

With Channing Tatum hard at work on the script, it seems the follow-up to the 2012 stripper comedy Magic Mike has found itself a director, with The Playlist reporting that in Greg Jacobs, Steven Soderberg's long-time first Ad and producing partner, will helm the sequel, which is reportedly going by the title of Magic Mike Xxl.

As well as his work with Soderberg, Jacobs has directed Criminal and Wind Chill, while Amazon Studios is currently developing the single camera comedy Red Oaks, which he created, wrote and is executive producing. Meanwhile, Magic Mike director Soderberg is set to remain involved with the project, serving as executive produce.r

Magic Mike Xxl is currently without a release date, and is expected to reunite Tatum with co-stars Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer and Matt Bomer.
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Magic Mike Sequel Announces Director And Title

Get your dollar bills ready guys and girls; it’s official – the Magic Mike sequel is happening and we’ve got a director and title almost confirmed! Taking over directing duties from Steven Soderbergh will be Greg Jacobs who has been assisting Soderbergh in creative projects for years as a producer and assistant director. He worked on Magic Mike as both the first assistant director and a producer so he is familiar with the movie, and the thongs. He’s also directed two features of his own; 2004′s comedy crime drama Criminal and 2007′s thriller Wind Chill.

So what ingenious title have they come up with for the sequel? Step forward Magic Mike Xxl. Previous information from writer/producer Reid Carolin hinted the movie would be based on elements cut from the original movie – namely a comedy road trip the strippers will embark on. Hey, as long as they are
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Greg Jacobs Directing Magic Mike Sequel

Greg Jacobs Directing Magic Mike Sequel
While we’ve known for a while that Channing Tatum is hard at work on the Magic Mike sequel – the man himself recently tweeted photographic evidence – but most other details were still hidden. Now The Playlist has it that Greg Jacobs will be the man to direct the new film, and that it will be called Magic Mike Xxl.The word arrives from “sources”, so we can’t treat it as official yet, but Jacobs certainly isn’t a stranger to the world of Magic Mike, nor the first film’s director, Steven Soderbergh. He’s served as first assistant director for Soderbergh since King Of The Hill and has been a producer on his films for several years. So while there had been chatter about Tatum or writing/producing partner Reid Carolin taking the reins, Jacobs would seem to be a smart choice. Jacobs has also called the shots
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Magic Mike Sequel Gets Title and Director

While promoting "Sabotage," actor Joe Manganiello revealed that a sequel to "Magic Mike" will begin shooting this fall. He didn't know if Steven Soderbergh will return to direct or whether Channing Tatum will attempt to helm. Now comes word that neither Soderbergh or Tatum will direct. Instead, the job has been given to Greg Jacobs, a long-time assistant to Soderbergh who directed the 2007 thriller "Wind Chill," starring Emily Blunt. The sequel also got a new title. It's now being called "Magic Mike Xxl" and will bring back most of the original cast.
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Gregory Jacobs Helms "Magic Mike Xxl"

Within a day of word that the sequel to "Magic Mike" is moving forward faster than expected, there's now word on both the film's title and who will direct it.

Steven Soderbergh's longtime assistant director Gregory Jacobs ("Criminal," "Wind Chill") is taking over the helm of the film which will go by the name of "Magic Mike Xxl". Jacobs served as both assistant director and producer on the first "Magic Mike," while Soderbergh will stay on as an executive producer of the sequel.

Channing Tatum is returning as writer on this follow-up which aims to begin filming in the Fall. While no deals are in place, most of the original's key cast members are expected back including Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Olivia Munn and Alex Pettyfer.

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