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‘Buried’ Director Rodrigo Cortés Goes ‘Down a Dark Hall’ in First Trailer

After a six-year hiatus from feature length filmmaking, Spanish director Rodrigo Cortés is finally back with his latest fantasy horror picture Down a Dark Hall – also known by its alternate title Blackwood. Best known for his tense direction on the Ryan Reynolds-led Buried and the Sigourney Weaver-led Red Lights, Cortés is no stranger to the horror-thriller genre. In Dark Hall, Cortés throws a fantastical twist onto things as the film deals with the supernatural – spookily depicted in the first trailer for the film, which Lionsgate has now released.

Down a Dark Hall centers on a troublesome young adult named Kit Gordy who, after a brief altercation with the law, is sent to a mysterious disciplinary boarding school – “Welcome to Blackwood” the stern headmaster Madame Duret (played by Uma Thurman) announces in the trailer. From here, things only become darker. Accompanied by four other similarly aged girls, Kit and her
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IFC Looks Through the ‘Kaleidoscope’ This December

IFC Looks Through the ‘Kaleidoscope’ This December
IFC Midnight has announced a December 8, 2017, VOD release for their UK psychological thriller Kaleidoscope, which stars Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio, Red Lights, Tale of Tales, “Wayward Pines”), Anne Reid (The Mother) and Sinead Matthews (Happy-Go-Lucky). Described as a modern-day Psycho, Kaleidoscope explores the destructive relationship between a middle-aged man and his mother and is written and directed by Toby Jones’ brother Rupert […]
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'Scarlet Witch' In "Vogue"

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Sneak Peek images of actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch', in Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" posing for "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro:

Olsen debuted as Marvel Comics' mutant, 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", followed by "Captain America: Civil War":

   

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in series including "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek 'Scarlet Witch'...
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IFC Midnight Acquires ‘Psycho’-esque ‘Kaleidoscope’

IFC Midnight Acquires ‘Psycho’-esque ‘Kaleidoscope’
IFC Midnight has acquired the UK psychological thriller Kaleidoscope, which stars Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio, Red Lights, Tale of Tales, “Wayward Pines”), Anne Reid (The Mother) and Sinead Matthews (Happy-Go-Lucky). Described as a modern day Psycho, Kaleidoscope explores the destructive relationship between a middle-aged man and his mother and is written and directed by Toby Jones’ brother Rupert Jones, who previously directed his brother […]
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'Scarlet Witch' In "Vogue"

Take another look @ actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch', appearing in Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" posing for "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro:

Olsen debuted as Marvel Comics' mutant, 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", followed by "Captain America: Civil War":

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in series including "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek 'Scarlet Witch'...
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Batman Forever: the version we never got to see

Rob Leane Jan 18, 2017

Longer, darker and closer to what came before, the extended version of Batman Forever sounds interesting at the least...

Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever was a divisive movie, to say the least, and one that we’ve debated the merits of before on this site. But even those of us who like the film (this writer included) would be quick to admit that it’s nowhere near the brilliance of the preceding brace of Bat-movies from Tim Burton.

It’s intriguing to hear, then, that the original cut of Batman Forever weighed in at 2 hours 40 minutes. That’s 38 minutes of extra footage that never made it into cinemas; enough missing minutes to significantly alter the film. Would the original version of Batman Forever have garnered more love?

The fine folk at BatmanOnFilm.com have painstakingly procured information from every available source - earlier drafts of the script,
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Star Wars: Rogue One - art books reveal the film’s dark secrets

Ryan Lambie Jan 6, 2017

We delve into The Art Of Rogue One and The Ultimate Visual Guide to find out some of the new Star Wars film’s dark secrets...

Nb: The following contains inevitable spoilers for Star Wars: Rogue One.

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Even as it was, Star Wars: Rogue One was a pretty dark and intense affair. This is, after all, a movie that reveals the human cost behind the stolen plans for the Death Star - plans that formed the jumping-off point for the much breezier New Hope. But looking back through Rogue One’s earlier trailers, there are hints here and there that Gareth Edwards’ prequel - the first in a planned series of A Star Wars Story spin-offs - might have been darker still as initially conceived.

For one thing,
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Elevation Pictures moves into production

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Elevation Pictures moves into production
The Canadian distributor backed by Teddy Schwarzman’s Black Bear Pictures is expanding operations.

Elevation will partner on the new division with Canadian producer Christina Piovesan, whose credits include The Whistleblower, Amreeka and Red Lights.

The company will offer production services to Canadian and international projects shooting in Canada and move into in-house productions.

“As more producers from around the world have come to recognise the unmatched appeal of Canada as a production destination, and with the growing success of homegrown content as well as international co-productions, a move into production was a natural next step for the company,” said Dan Steinman (pictured), the Elevation Pictures CEO who played an integral role in launching the company in 2013 and also serves as co-president and COO at Black Bear.

“And Christina, who has tremendous production savvy and relationships and taste, is the perfect complement to Elevation as we execute this move.”

Back in May, Elevation co-presidents
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Kylie Jenner and Tyga Are Sexy Skeletons at ‘Dead Dinner’ Halloween Bash

Kylie Jenner and Tyga Are Sexy Skeletons at ‘Dead Dinner’ Halloween Bash
Halloween is her favorite holiday. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to see that Kylie Jenner went all out on Friday night, hosting a “dead dinner” for family and friends with her beau Tyga.

The couple dressed as skeletons for the Halloween weekend dinner celebration — appeared to make use of Jenner’s cosmetics collection by painting their faces ghostly white for the event.

Jenner, 19, wore a sheer dress with black flower cutouts covering her up. Her blonde locks gelled back from her face let her deadly contour and blood red-lips shine.

Tyga, 26, dressed in all black — letting his striking makeup do the talking.
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New to Streaming: ‘Mistress America,’ ‘Tangerine,’ ‘Love,’ ‘I Smile Back,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Amour Fou (Jessica Hausner)

An ecstatically original work of film-history-philosophy with a digital-cinema palette of acutely crafted compositions. Amour Fou seamlessly blends together the paintings of Vermeer, the acting of Bresson, and the psychological undercurrents of a Dostoevsky novel. It is an intensely thrilling and often slyly comic work that manages to combine a passionately dispassionate love story of the highest order with a larger socio-historical
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Afm: Spanish genre aces team on thriller 'Inside'

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Afm: Spanish genre aces team on thriller 'Inside'
Exclusive: Creatives behind Buried, [Rec] (pictured) and Kidnapped join for English-language thriller.

[Rec] writers Jaume Balagueró and Manu Diez, Kidnapped director Miguel Vivas and producers Adrián Guerra and Núria Valls of Nostromo Pictures (Buried, Red Lights) are joining forces on thriller Inside.

Looking to replicate the commercial success of female-driven genre titles from Spain including The Orphanage, The Others, [Rec] and Mama, the remake of Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo’s 2007 French horror À L’Intérieur follows a recently widowed mother-to-be living in an isolated new home who receives a most unwelcome visitor: a predatory woman who will stop at nothing to snatch her unborn child.

Trapped and disorientated, the young mother must unleash all her reserves of strength to protect her baby and survive the night.

Embankment Films will launch sales on the project at the upcoming Afm with the production aiming for a February 2016 shoot. Casting on the film is underway.

Embankment’s [link
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Pretty Baby | DVD Review

At the time of its production, Louis Malle’s 1978 title Pretty Baby (the title derived from the Tony Jackson song) was quite the scandal, a period piece frankly depicting child prostitution in turn of the century New Orleans. But like many provocative titles from the period (another being Richard BrooksLooking For Mr. Goodbar), decades of suppression has resulted in unavailability and a disappearance from modern cinematic conversations. Recently made available courtesy of the Warner Bros. Archive collection (solely on DVD) this is property begging for a more masterful restoration.

In the Red Lights district of 1917 New Orleans, legal prostitution is on the wane as a surge of conservative, religious rhetoric begins to sweep through the country. Nell (Francis Faye) owns a booming brothel in the famed Storyville district, and one of her most notable employees is Hattie (Susan Sarandon), whose twelve-year-old daughter Violet (Brooke Shields) has grown up within the house.
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Craig Roberts Directorial Debut 'Just Jim' Trailer with Emile Hirsch

"The key is to be mysterious..." Take a look at the first trailer for the directorial debut of a young actor, Craig Roberts, who you may recognize from films like Submarine, Jane Eyre, Red Lights, Neighbors or 22 Jump Street. Craig Roberts wrote and directed and stars in this film, Just Jim, which also co-stars Emile Hirsch. This is the story of a loner. Jim, 16, has no friends and is a bit weird. He eventually makes friends with Dean, a tough kid on the run who moves in next door, played by Hirsch. The cast includes Aneirin Hughes, Nia Roberts, Richard Harrington, Matthew Aubrey, Ryan Owen & Charlotte Randall. Check it out. Here's the first official trailer for Craig Roberts' Just Jim, found on Vimeo (via The Film Stage): Synopsis: In a small Welsh town, a teenage outcast becomes the cool kid when an enigmatic American moves in next door
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'Star Wars: Aftermath' Book Preview Tells What Happened After 'Jedi'

'Star Wars: Aftermath' Book Preview Tells What Happened After 'Jedi'
On September 4, LucasFilm will release the first wave in a series of over 20 books entitled Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, bridging the 32-year gap between 1983's Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi and this year's Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Today, Entertainment Weekly has revealed the prelude of the first book, Star Wars: Aftermath, written by Chuck Wendig, which takes place directly after the events of Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi. The Death Star has been destroyed and the Emperor's reign of terror has finally came to an end. But it's not over yet. The prelude below contains a victory speech from the beloved Star Wars character Admiral Ackbar, and it's rather rousing.

"Today is a day of celebration. We have triumphed over villainy and oppression and have given our Alliance-and the galaxy beyond it-a chance to breathe
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'Scarlet Witch' Is In "Vogue"

Take another look @ actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch', currently filming Marvel Studios' "Captain America: Civil War",  in a recent issue of "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro.

Olsen debuted as Marvel Comics' mutant, 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron" and is currently filming "Captain America: Civil War":

   

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in series including "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek the 'Scarlet Witch'.
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New York Prison Fugitive Richard Matt Shot and Killed By Police

New York Prison Fugitive Richard Matt Shot and Killed By Police
New York prison escapee Richard Matt was shot and killed by police Friday, according to CNN. Fellow fugitive David Sweat is being chased by police following the nearly three-week manhunt. The pair, who were reported missing from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York, on June 6 were thought to be heading to Canada. Also Read: 'Star Wars' Actor Held After Police Chase: The Force Was Behind Him With Red Lights On Police shot Matt in Malone in New York state. DNA tests had previously been conducted at a cabin in the nearby area of Mountain View following a reported robbery.
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The Liberator | Blu-ray Review

Selected as the Venezuelan submission for Best Foreign Language Film for the 2014 Academy Awards, Alberto Arvelo’s The Liberator, a biopic on Simon Bolivar, actually made the shortlist of the final nine films. The positive attention it received from Academy members did little for its box office potential, grossing only $113,000 in the Us. While many seemed to agree on the film’s faults, it wasn’t without its champions, particularly concerning Edgar Ramirez’s noble performance as Bolivar.

Arriving with all the earmarks of a truncated and incredibly abridged version of history in order to cram into the corset of a two hour cinematic straightjacket, this unwisely attempts to chart nearly the entire life of Simon Bolivar in one dense chunk. The result is a jack hammered miasma of assorted clichés, conflating events into a romanticized exaggeration of generalization, which collapses, as these types often do, into a hellishly dull
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Creepy Children Abound in Out Of The Dark [Review]

What's worse: bad horror movies or mediocre ones that don't leave much of an impression. The latter is the case with Out of the Dark, the latest in a string of Spanish/American co-productions that see Hollywood stars making movies in English that only occasionally see any sort of substantial release in North America. The thing is, sometimes these movies are actually really great, as is the case with Red Lights (trailer) which blew me away when I finally caught up with in on home video a few years ago. This one? Not so much.

Out of the Dark stars Julia Stiles and Scott Speedman as Sarah and Paul Harriman, both actors who have appeared in their share of mediocr [Continued ...]
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"Avengers: Age Of Ultron" - 'Scarlet Witch' Is In "Vogue"

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Take another look @ images of actress Elizabeth Olsen, aka 'Scarlet Witch' in "Avengers: Age Of Ultron", from "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro:

Olsen is currently appearing as Marvel Comics' 'inhuman', 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron":

   

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in "How the West Was Fun".

This was followed by appearing in her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen was cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Her most recent film is "Godzilla". 

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Elizabeth Olsen...
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'Scarlet Witch' Is In "Vogue"

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Take another look @ actress Elizabeth Olsen ("Avengers: Age Of Ultron"), in a recent issue of "Vogue" (Italia) magazine, photographed by Tom Munro.

Olsen recently wrapped her work as Marvel Comics' 'Inhuman', the 'Scarlet Witch' in "The Avengers" sequel, "Avengers: Age Of Ultron":

   

By the age of eleven, Olsen had played small roles in "How the West Was Fun" and her sisters' straight-to-video series "The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley". 

She filmed the movie "Red Lights" in 2011, then starred in Josh Radnor's film "Liberal Arts".

Olsen then co-starred in "Very Good Girls" (2013), followed by Spike Lee's remake of "Old Boy".

Olsen wasa then cast as 'Edie Parker', in "Kill Your Darlings" and nominated for the 'BAFTA Rising Star' Award.

Her most recent film is "Godzilla". 

Click the images to enlarge...
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