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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in April 2018

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in April. There will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks. Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the animated classic “The Iron Giant” and several films in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Despicable Me” series.

Of the new Netflix originals, several stand out as particularly binge-worthy, including the freshman seasons of the remake of “Lost in Space” and the TV version of the Oscar-nominated animated film “The Boss Baby.” And there are episodes of both the new David Letterman and Joel McHale talk shows as well as a comedy special from Kevin James.

Available April 1

A Sort of Family

Along Came Polly

Bad Boys

Battlefield Earth

Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Big Time

Body of Lies

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
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What’s Coming to Netflix in April 2018

A few classic television shows and family movies are headed to Netflix this April.

Right on schedule with the robot’s cameo in “Ready Player One,” the ’90s animated movie “The Iron Giant” will be added to the streaming service at the start of April. Other movies adults and children can add to their queues are “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” “The Flintstones,” and “Despicable Me 3.”

“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Jay-z,” the next installment in the comedian’s show, as well as the latest episodes of “The Joel McHale Show With
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Full List of Movies and TV Shows Coming To and Leaving Netflix in April 2018

Netflix has announced the full list of films and TV shows that are coming to the streaming service in April 2018 along with everything that will be leaving. There's actually a lot of great things to look forward to such as The Iron Giant, Bad Boys, Along Came Polly, Mortal Kombat, Speed Racer, Seven, Sin City, The Lost Boys, Lost in Space, and more. Check out the promo spot and a full list of titles below. Look through them and let us know what you're excited about!

Available April 1

A Sort of Family

Along Came Polly

Bad Boys

Battlefield Earth

Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Big Time

Body of Lies

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

Cats & Dogs

Cold Mountain

Dare to Be Wild

Deep Blue Sea

Fish People

Friday Night Lights

Jackass 2.5

Life Is Beautiful

Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Mortal Kombat

Nancy Drew

Disney’s Pirates of the
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Movies New to Netflix in April: ‘Seven,’ ‘The Iron Giant,’ ‘Scarface’ and More

April showers might bring May flowers, but what to do during the rainy season? Why, modern movie-lover does when the weather outside is frightful, curl up with some Netflix. (Maybe get some chill in there, if you’re lucky). While not the most romantic of movies, classic crime lovers can enjoy Brian De Palma’s “Scarface,” which lands on the platform next month. After you get your fix of an infinitely quotable and smoldering Al Pacino, you can jump ahead to the equally as disturbing David Fincher classic, “Seven.”

A few tear-jerking Oscar winners also head to Netflix in April, including the Nicole Kidman, Renée Zellweger-starring “Cold Mountain,” and Roberto Benigni’s WWII drama “Life Is Beautiful.” For lighter fare, check out “The Iron Giant,” or both live-action “The Flinstones” movies (for my Rosie O’Donnell die-hards).

Hopefully, that’s enough to keep you busy until May. Check out
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'Cabin Fever' Remake Is Coming in 2016

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'Cabin Fever' Remake Is Coming in 2016
IFC Films has acquired the distribution rights for the highly-anticipated Cabin Fever remake, which was directed by Travis Zariwny, a.k.a. Travis Z. IFC will release this horror movie in 2016, although a specific release date was not given at this time. Here's what director Travis Z had to say about his film getting picked up by IFC Films.

"It was a great opportunity to recreate an iconic film for a new generation of horror fans. I am a die hard fan of horror films and the king of horror Eli Roth trusted me to re-imagine his film. I was not going to fail."

We first reported on the Cabin Fever remake back in October 2014, when it was announced that Travis Zariwny will direct from Eli Roth and Randy Pearlstein's original script that was turned into the 2002 movie. The original movie and the remake follow a group of five
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‘The House of the Devil’: The Most Definitive Ti West Film

As far as personal histories with a film go, Ti West’s The House of the Devil is one of the more transformative and memorable of mine. I first watched the film one night after hearing some chatter about it on the internet, and to be honest I didn’t really like it too much the first viewing. I found it to be quite boring save for the last 15 minutes that descended into truly nightmarish horror. Months went by, but I still couldn’t stop thinking about that film, so I rewatched it with a friend, and so begin my road to understanding how brilliant it is. A few years later it’s one of my favorite horror films (I even presented a paper on it at a conference), I rewatch it every Halloween.

The House of the Devil is the most singularly Ti West film of Ti West’s
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Eli Roth to Executive Produce Cabin Fever Remake Using Original Film’s Script

That Cabin Fever remake is actually happening, but not in the way one might expect. It’s being reported that the film will go into production this week in Portland, Oregon, but there’s no mention of a screenwriter. Why? Because director Travis Zariwny will be working with the exact same script that Eli Roth and Randy Pearlstein co-penned for the 2002 edition. Hit the jump for more on how that will work and to check out the new crop of 20-somethings that will face off against the notorious flesh-eating virus. According to Deadline, this new rendition of Cabin Fever will star Gage Golightly of Teen Wolf, Paranormal Activity 3’s Dustin Ingram, Exists’ Samuel Davis, Matthew Daddario of When the Game Stands Tall and Nadine Crocker. Just like the original, they’ll rent a cabin in the woods and come in contact with a wicked virus that eats away at their skin.
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Get Obsessed! Pieces of Talent Now Available on DVD/VHS

There are great dangers in being an actor. The cutthroat competition, the grueling days on set… and the obsessed serial killers. Well, that serial killer thing isn't the norm, but it's front and center in Pieces of Talent.

Now available to stream, as well as on DVD and in old school VHS format, Pieces of Talent was co-written and directed by Joe Stauffer. It stars co-writer David Long. He is joined in the cast by Kristi Ray, Jon Stafford (Full Metal Jacket), Barbara Weetman (Stuck in Love) and Taylor Kowalski (Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever).

The gruesome F/X were done by Tony Rosen, who created the Annabelle doll for The Conjuring and its upcoming spinoff.

An autographed copy of the film can be purchased at the Pieces of Talent webstore, where you can also pick up other cool items like a bloody VHS Death Tape and hand-painted David Long bobbleheads.
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Review: 'Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero' Brings Some Glorious Gore

Each of the “Cabin Fever” films have thus far been directed by genre filmmakers with a very specific vision. That may seem like a low bar to set until you glimpse the history of horror franchise-building. The first “Cabin Fever” revealed a certain fiendish sense of humor courtesy of horror merrymaker Eli Roth, who thus far keeps making more and more of a failed effort to maintain a straight face. “Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever” was a film reportedly compromised in the editing room, but what footage remained reveled in Ti West's more misanthropic worldview. But, and this is not meant to shade him, only the talented Kaare Andrews has actually used the material to make an honest-to-god horror film. The delightfully dumb and spooky “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero” is that movie. The set-up, like the rest of the film, is familiar: the flesh-eating strain from the first films
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Pieces Of Talent Now Available On DVD & VHS

I know very little about this film, mostly on purpose. I have heard Piece of Talent being mentioned by several friends, and on various Facebook groups that focus on solid indie horror, so it was already on my radar, but I have no idea what it is all about. A press release went out today, announcing that the film was now available on DVD & VHS through the Pieces of Talent website. I’m always excited to check out new indie horror films, even though the typical indie horror output as of late has been a little bit disappointing. However, there are definitely still a few gems that slip through the cracks, and this is shaping up to be one of them, in my eyes. Check out the press release below, and order your copy today.


Set in the small coastal town of Bright Leaf, North Carolina, Pieces of Talent centers around Charlotte,
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Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero is More Red Goo than Surprise Ending: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: a theatrical screening of this film was provided by Sinister Cinemas and Raven Banner Entertainment. Director: Kaare Andrews. Writer: Jake Wade Wall. Cast: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton and Jillian Murray. Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero was originally developed as a prequel. This film would be the first in the franchise, followed by Eli Roth's Cabin Fever (2002) and Ti West's Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (2009). Later, the script was reworked and the film is the second sequel in the franchise. And really, this is a standalone film as this title has only the loosest connections with the previous two films. This second sequel uses several standard indie horror features, which will be recognizable to most fans. However, actor Sean Astin as Porter offers a few deadly surprises along the way. Also, a few slower moments threaten to derail the momentum of the film,
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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Review

In all fairness, director Kaare Andrews could have shown colonoscopy footage for an hour and a half and it still would have entertained viewers longer than Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever managed to – but our ambitious auteur goes above and beyond by delivering a sequel more in line with Roth’s original cult phenomenon. Sure, Rider Strong doesn’t drop in for another “explosive” cameo, but back once again is Roth’s flesh-eating virus, and this time it’s ready for the big leagues. Cabin Fever: Patient Zero is a puss-ridden, grotesque, splattery bit of biological horror, and while it lacks the indie charms that wooed franchise fans initially, Andrews’ pseudo-reboot could be the start of something nasty – rivaling Roth’s signature brand of stomach-turning visual horrors.

Since ruining a friendly vacation and eating through a prom, officials are still struggling to contain the hungry virus causing so much devastation.
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Review: Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

Eleven years after Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever, and five years after Ti West’s Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, horror’s tiniest serial killer is back, with a new installment from Kaare Andrews, a director probably best known for his 2013 ABCs of Death segment.

Officially a prequel rather than a sequel, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero attempts to provide an origin story for the virus, while still delivering enough laughs and gore to keep fans of the previous two films happy. However, like its predecessor Spring Fever, this latest strain of the franchise lacks the infectious inventiveness and sheer bite that made Roth’s first film a cult classic: in horror terms, think mild rash, rather than full-on flesh-eating fury.

Employing a dual narrative technique, Andrews’s film splits the action into two distinct storylines. One of these centers on a remote research facility, where scientists battle to find a
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West Wants Revenge; “In a Valley of Violence” Lassoes Travolta & Hawke

Set about half a century after Kelly Reichardt’s wagon wilderness Meek’s Cutoff, Ti West is switching gears. A planned move away from the comfort dwellings of the horror genre, we imagine there’ll still be some splatter in his take on the western. His American Old West looks to include John Travolta and will surely star Ethan Hawke who has been a sort of good-luck charm for Jason Blum, who’ll produce and ta-teamed with the actor on Sinister and The Purge. THR also reports that Jacob Jaffke and Peter Phok return to the fold – and will also produce In a Valley of Violence.

Gist: This is a revenge Western film set in the 1890s.

Worth Noting: The oft-collaborator of Joe Swanberg clearly disowned Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever citing creative differences in the film’s final cut.

Do We Care?: At this point we’re uncertain
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‘Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero’ Review

Stars: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho, Brando Eaton, Jillian Murray, Mitch Ryan, Solly Duran, Lydia Hearst, Claudette Lali | Written by Jake Wade Wall | Directed by Kaare Andrews

I distinctly remember the hype surrounding the release of the original Cabin Fever movie – written and directed by then newcomer Eli Roth, the film was touted as a new breed of horror, made for genre fans by a genre fan. I also remember when the film was eventually released there was somewhat of a backlash, after all it wasn’t much more than a mix of backwoods horror and “melt movie”. But the film did well enough to warrant a sequel which, after wrangles between director Ti West (House of the Devil) and the films producers – who re-edited the film to such an extent that West disowned the movie, was released in 2009. Slammed by even those who loved the original film, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
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Venice Film Review: ‘The Sacrament’

Venice Film Review: ‘The Sacrament’
The House of the Devil” and “The Innkeepers” established Ti West as an old soul on the horror scene: a 1970s-schooled classicist pursuing a tidier brand of terror than the excessive blood bonanzas of contempo genre king Eli Roth. So it’s a surprise to see West following the ubiquitous trend for found-footage storytelling — with Roth as producer, to boot — for his largely terrific sixth feature, “The Sacrament.” Less expected still, it’s a film that purists might insist isn’t horror in the strictest sense, though this slow-burning investigation of unseemly goings-on at a rural Christian commune is frightening in any genre language. Dark-side distribs should be duly hypnotized by the pic, disparate elements of which make it marketable to the Roth faithful and discerning independent audiences alike.

The Sacrament” isn’t the first project to link West with Roth, albeit indirectly and unhappily: In 2009, West directed “Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever,
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Angela Oberer Joins Cast Of Killing Winston Jones!

We already had a little chat about this project, so I’m sure you’re going to love this little casting update. Angela Oberer, probably best known as Ms. Hawker from 2009 horror thriller Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever has just joined the cast of the upcoming dark indie comedy Killing Winston Jones!

Oberer joins previously announced Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Masterson, Danny Glover, Jon Heder and Lesley-Ann Brandt, and she will come on board to play the principal role of Mrs. Centerwall.

The new feature film dark comedy directed by Joel David Moore is currently filming in Savannah Ga, and as we already reported, the movie will center on:

…a sixth-grade English teacher who’s on a mission to get the newly constructed junior high gymnasium named after his father (despite the fact that the person so memorialized must be dead). All that will lead to a bitter contest over the
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Ti West & Eli Roth Team Up Time

Ti West & Eli Roth Team Up Time
Ti West has chosen his next project. The young horror director, who’s worked on Trigger Man, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, The Innkeepers and The House Of The Devil, as well as a segment of V/H/S, is going to be making Sacrament his next project. We don’t know much about it beyond the title, but obviously it’ll have a religious touch.

I’ll admit that I don’t know Ti West from Adam, and I was just trying out an old phrase, and I hate it, so my apologies. But no, I’m not exactly qualified to talk about this, but I suspect big fans of the director may be a little tepid about the news. Why? Roth said the following: ”We want to make this Ti’s first mainstream movie, without sacrificing the quality and unflinching horror of the subject matter.” Yes, he qualifies
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Ti West to Helm The Sacrament

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Ti West is attached to direct horror thriller The Sacrament.

The writer and director, who made his directorial debut with the unfortunate Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, has made quite the impression with his past two features, The House of the Devil and The Innkeepers, both of which were critical successes.

Details on The Sacrament are scarce, but it’s more than likely the film will follow similar themes and subjects seen in his previous work, including the segments he contributed to V/H/S (read our review here) and The ABCs of Death, due to premiere at the 37th annual Toronto International Film Festival.

The Sacrament will be financed by Worldview Entertainment and produced by fellow writer and director Eli Roth (Hostel), who recently made his love of West’s work clear:

“I’ve been a Ti West fan since his first film and have watched him continue to
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Ti West to Helm New Horror 'The Sacrament' for Producer Eli Roth

Horror director Ti West has been working on short segments in films like the terrifying V/H/S and the upcoming ABCs of Death (which debuts in Toronto soon) for a little while now, but we finally have some new info about another full-length horror project. The Playlist reports that West will direct The Sacrament, another horror thriller in line with his previous films House of the Devil and The Innkeepers. Worldview Entertainment, one of the companies backing the new movie, has also secured Hostel director Eli Roth as a producer, so it should be quite the meeting of the minds when The Sacrament gets rolling. As The Playlist points out, West directed the 2009 movie Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, a sequel to Roth's breakout original, before West ultimately tried to remove his name from the film altogether (it's still attached at IMDb). This will be their first real collaboration
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