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Writer of Green Inferno & Aftershock is back with The Inhabitant [Trailer]

Guillermo Amoedo Schultze, the writer/director from Uruguay, is probably most known for penning the screenplays for Eli Roth's The Green Inferno, Knock Knock and Aftershock but he also works alone and his new horror film The Inhabitant (El Habitante) just got a nice international trailer.


One night, 3 edgy sisters break into the house of a very important senator to steal money he got from bribes. While doing it, they hear strange cries coming from the basement and decide to go down to investigate. Below, tied to a bed and with signs of hav
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The Inhabitant: International Premiere of Trailer For LatAm Possession Horror

Guillermo Amoedo Schultze, a director and writer from Uruguay, has been steadily making a name for himself in the LatAm horror scene over the years. When he was not writing commercial comedies he penned screenplays for the horror and thriller flicks The Green Inferno, Knock Knock and Aftershock. He wrote and directed his own horror flicks Retorno in 2010 and The Stranger in 2014 and is back at double duties with his new flick The Inhabitant (El Habitante).    ScreenAnarchy has been asked to host the international premiere of the new trailer which you will find below.    One night, 3 edgy sisters break into the house of a very important senator to steal money he got from bribes. While doing it, they hear strange...

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[Trailer] ‘The Exorcist’ Meets ‘Don’t Breathe’ In ‘The Inhabitant’!

[Trailer] ‘The Exorcist’ Meets ‘Don’t Breathe’ In ‘The Inhabitant’!
While Eli Roth isn’t a producer on this title, Chilean horror The Inhabitant (El Habitante) does come from the team behind Aftershock, The Green Inferno and Knock, Knock. We now have the official international trailer for Guillermo Amoedo‘s horror pic, which looks like a mix between Don’t Breathe and The Exorcist: “When three sisters decide to go out for […]
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New to Netflix in March: ‘Let Me In,’ ‘Casino,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer,’ and More

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New to Netflix in March: ‘Let Me In,’ ‘Casino,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer,’ and More
As time marches on and tedium vitae sets in more and more with each passing day, we find ourselves with fewer ways to distract ourselves from the encroaching existential malaise. But wait — what’s that you say? All three “Cruel Intentions” movies are coming to Netflix next month? Maybe it’s not so bad after all.

Yes, dear reader, the benevolent streaming gods have once again announced the titles that we’ll be able to watch from the comfort of our own fainting couches once this month gives way to the next, and it isn’t just Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe who will be keeping us company.

Some other titles that will make their way onto many viewers’ lists and maybe even be watched include “Adventureland,” “Casino,” “The Descent,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Ghostbusters,” “Jackass: Number Two” (two words: butt chug), “Let Me In,” “Moon,” “Revolutionary Road,” and “Wet Hot American Summer.
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1980s Ghostbusters Movies and The Descent Films Coming to Netflix in the Us This March

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Netflix has Cruel Intentions, spooky spelunking, and proton pack adventures in store for Us viewers this March.

With another month coming to an end, Netflix's anticipated list of next month's new titles has been revealed. Beginning March 1st, viewers can look forward to watching all three Cruel Intentions movies on the streaming service, as well as the 1980s Ghostbusters films and both Descent movies.

Netflix will also be serving up a second season of the zombified comedy Santa Clarita Diet on March 23rd, following the March 2nd release of the zombie movie Les Affamés (read Heather Wixson's review here).

Alas, with the addition of new titles comes the departing of others, with Netflix revealing that all four Jaws movies, the cult witchcraft film The Craft, and V/H/S: Viral will be among the titles no longer available to stream next month.

You can view the lists of genre movies
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Film Review: Youth (2017) by Feng Xiaogang

Feng Xiaogang has been deemed as China’s box office king, with films like “Personal Tailor”, “Aftershock”,” Assembly” and many others that had huge success in mainland China. “Youth” follows in the same, blockbuster tactics and aesthetics, in a truly impressive production, based on a script by Geng Liu, one of the country’s most competent scriptwriters and authors.

Youth is screening at International Film Festival Rotterdam, that will be on January 24 until February 4

Xiaoping is a talented dancer whose father has been branded a rightist and has been sent for re-education. The girl however, becomes a part of the Pla’s dance troupe, brought in by the lead dancer Liu Feng. During her stay there, she meets Suizi, the lead female dancer who also functions as the narrator of the film, Shuwen, a daughter of the elite who functions as the leader of a “gang” also including Dingding, the belle of the troupe,
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‘Do It Like an Hombre’ Is Mexico’s Highest-Grossing Local Film of the Year

‘Do It Like an Hombre’ Is Mexico’s Highest-Grossing Local Film of the Year
Some new Mexican box office history has been made as the comedy “Do it Like an Hombre” followed its 68.7 million Mexican pesos ($3.89 million) opening weekend with a two weekend total of $130.3 million pesos ($7.4 million), giving it the highest Mexican movie box office total of 2017, according to comScore.

In its first weekend, including a Thursday first-day bow, the film was the country’s second-highest Mexican release ever after the 2013 smash-hit “Instructions Not Included,” which holds the top spot, though off a Thursday rather than Friday opening. 2016’s “Que Culpe Tiene el Nino”? earned a three-day 65.6 million pesos ($3.7 million), according to comScore.

The recent success of local hits in Mexico has helped in recent years to justify a massive growth in the number of theaters across the country. It may also suggest a shift away from the near absolute choke-hold that Hollywood blockbusters, especially animated movies, have held on the region’s box offices for years. At
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Nicolas Lopez’s ‘Do It Like an Hombre’ Smashes 2017 Mexican Movie Records

Nicolas Lopez’s ‘Do It Like an Hombre’ Smashes 2017 Mexican Movie Records
Having directed Chilean smash hit “Sin Filtro,” Nicolás Lopez looks like he has done it again. But in a far bigger market than his native Chile and with a Spanish-language comedy which, distributed by Pantelion and starring Mauricio Ochmann (“El Chema”) and Aislinn Derbez (“Win It All”), has U.S. potential.

Bowing Aug.10 in Mexico, Lopez’s first Mexican movie as a director, “Hazlo como Hombre” (“Do It Like an Hombre”), which Pantelion releases Sept. 1 in the U.S., opened No. 1 on Thursday, punching $591,537 at the Mexican box office, over double the biggest U.S. bow, “Baby Driver” ($239,565).

That’s also getting on for double the first-day box office trawl for “Que Culpa Tiene el Niño?” – Mexico’s biggest local hit of 2016, which went on to earn $14.4 million in Mexico.

These are just opening night figures. But they do raise the question of how much “Do It Like an Hombre” could gross not just in Mexico but
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Horror Highlights: Fright Rags’ Elvira Shirt, Comet TV May Contest, Hostile Poster, “Run For Your Life” Music Video, Gone With The Dead

The Mistress of the Dark and Fright Rags collide for a limited time in a new Midnight Madness shirt! Also: Comet TV's May contest details, a new poster for Hostile, a look at Doyle's "Run For Your Life" music video, and info on the zombie short story anthology Gone With the Dead.

Fright Rags' Elvira Shirt: From Fright Rags: "Hello Darlings! Since the 80s, Elvira has been tempting us as the horror hostess of our dreams (or maybe nightmares?). Late night so-bad-it’s-good horror movies were never complete without her hilariously quirky intros, her long black dress and her big… um… hair. We’re celebrating the Mistress of the Dark with a Limited Edition release at Midnight Tomorrow (Est)! They will be available for $18/ea for 24Hrs! Don't miss Midnight Madness!

Art by Christopher Franchi

Only at Fright-rags.Com"

Images from Fright Rags:


Comet TV's May Contest Details: "May
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SXSW 2017 Interview: Writer / Director Aaron Burns Discusses the Parental Horrors of Madre

While Madre may only be his second feature film to date, writer/director Aaron Burns is no stranger to the world of horror, or indie filmmaking for that matter. His credits include providing visual effects expertise on projects like Planet Terror, Machete, and The Green Inferno (on which he also was in charge of second unit photography and even played the character of Jonah, who was eaten by cannibals in a glorious frenzy of brutality), and he has also worked as a camera operator on Aftershock and played supporting roles in both The Stranger and Knock Knock.

While at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival, Daily Dead caught up with Burns to talk about his disturbing take on parental paranoia. The filmmaker discussed what inspired his latest project, how he wanted to tap into the true horror of Madre’s story—rather than rely on copious amounts of gore—and the importance of trusting female instincts,
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Joss Whedon Says “Marvel Has Been More Successful Systematically” Than DC, Wants To Direct ‘Star Wars’ Movie, More

It’s been over a year since Joss Whedon delivered “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” a movie he has a complicated relationship with, and in the time since, he’s been putting his head down and writing a new script, described as “historical fiction,” which has shades of Eli Roth‘s “Aftershock.” But would Whedon ever go back to blockbuster land, a world where he had to deal with such intensive fanboys trolling, he quit Twitter?

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‘Jackie,’ ‘Blind Christ’ Make Big Splashes for Burgeoning Chilean Film Business

‘Jackie,’ ‘Blind Christ’ Make Big Splashes for Burgeoning Chilean Film Business
Chile’s unprecedented dual presence in the Venice Film Festival’s official competition, and presence at Toronto, can only attest to the wealth and breadth of its burgeoning cinematic talent.

Venice’s and Toronto’s official lineup included “Jackie,” the first English-language pic from helmer Pablo Larrain, whose pics “No” and “The Club” repped Chile in the past two consecutive years at the Oscars, and whose recent “Neruda” preemed at Cannes and also reps Chile at the upcoming Oscars. The Lido fest also featured a relatively unknown Chile-born talent, Christopher Murray, and his sophomore pic, “The Blind Christ.”

Darren Aronofsky’s search for someone to direct the long-gestating “Jackie” project ended when he saw Larrain’s Berlinale grand jury prizewinner “The Club” while presiding over the Berlin festival jury last year. Natalie Portman, who plays the titular role of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy during the first four days after the assassination of her husband,
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Knock, Knock (2015) review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott

Knock, Knock

Written by Eli Roth, Nicolas Lopez, Guillermo Amoedo

Directed by: Eli Roth

Cast: Keanu Reeves (Evan), Lorenza Izzo (Genesis), Ana de Armas (Bell), Colleen Camp (Vivian)

I’ve been watching a lot of Eli Roth’s most current stuff here lately. He’s definitely built a new network of actors and associates, and has been involved himself as actor, producer, and director in films like “The Stranger”, “The Green Inferno”, and “Aftershock”. All have interesting premises, and how well they are executed is left to the discretion of the viewer.

Knock, Knock is his most mainstream project due to the high profile casting of Keanu Reeves. It’s quite a pairing of two film professionals that elicit reactions of either fervent disdain or a passionate defense of their misunderstood talents. I’m neutral as I think most should be. I don’t like everything they do,
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Blu-Rays Giveaway: ‘The Visit,’ ‘The Green Inferno’ and ‘Sinister 2’ Bundle

Let’s start the New Year right with a few horror thrillers.

Latino-Review is giving away a bundle Blu-ray package that will include “The Visit,” “The Green Inferno” and “Sinister 2.”

These movies are not to be missed for one lucky winner. All movies are already on the market today for purchase.

Here are the details on the movie:

The Visit

A family visit takes a terrifying turn when two siblings learn who Grandma and Grandpa really are in The Visit, a found documentary-style suspense thriller coming to Digital HD on December 15, 2015, and Blu-ray™ and DVD as well as On Demand on January 5, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The first collaboration from Academy Award®-nominated writer-director M. Night Shyamalan and Academy Award-nominated producer Jason Blum, The Visit Blu-ray and DVD are packed with exclusive bonus features including deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurette, and a suspenseful alternate ending.

When Becca and Tyler
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Nicolas Lopez’s Netflix Movie ‘No Filter’ Beats ‘Force Awakens’ in Chile

Nicolas Lopez’s Netflix Movie ‘No Filter’ Beats ‘Force Awakens’ in Chile
Netflix-financed “Sin Flitro” (No Filter”), the latest movie from Eli Roth’s Chilewood production-hub partner Nicolas Lopez, has bested “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at the Chilean box office, punching nearly double “Force’s” admissions on “No Filter’s” first day at Chilean theaters and ending up top of Chilean B.O. charts.

Netflix will bow “No Filter” in May. Opening Thursday in Chile, it sold nearly 30,000 tickets. “Force,” entering its fourth week and with a $6.0 million box office through Jan 3 off a Dec. 17 bow, punched 15,582 admissions.

Local box office hits are still relatively rare in Chile, though “Stefan vs. Kramer” scored $12.0 million for Fox in 2012 and “Citizen Kramer” $5.1 million a year later. Only these two “Kramers” have scored higher openings than “No Filter” in the history of Chilean cinema. “Filter” sold out sessions.

A pioneer of geek gross-out comedy in Chile and genre entertainment, helming Roth-starrer “Aftershock” in 2012, was
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Interview: The Green Inferno Co-Star Daryl Sabara on Working with Eli Roth, Tarantulas & More

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Imprisoned in a cage until it's their turn to be eaten, a group of student activists face primal fears at the hands of a cannibal tribe in Eli Roth's The Green Inferno. With the film hitting Blu-ray and DVD today from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (following its Dec. 22nd Digital HD debut), Daily Dead recently had the chance to speak with co-star Daryl Sabara (Machete, Spy Kids) about filming in the Amazon, his close encounters with tarantulas, working with Eli Roth and much more.

Thanks for taking the time to talk about The Green Inferno, Daryl. I really enjoyed your performance as Lars. Looking back, how did you get involved with The Green Inferno?

Daryl Sabara: I’ve been friends with Aaron Burns, who plays Jonah, for about six or seven years now. We met while I was filming Machete. He lived in Austin for a while and then he moved to Chile,
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Contest: Win Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno on Blu-ray

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Student activists are placed on the menu of the very people they are trying to save in Eli Roth's The Green Inferno, available on Digital HD December 22nd & Blu-ray and DVD January 5th from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, and we've been provided with one Blu-ray copy to give away.


Prize Details: (1) Winner will receive (1) Blu-ray copy of The Green Inferno.

How to Enter: For a chance to win, email with the subject “The Green Inferno Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.

Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on January 6th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.


Press Release: Universal City, California, November 9, 2015 – An international goodwill mission goes terrifyingly wrong in The Green Inferno,
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Ag Studio’s Morbido TV Loads Up on Genre (Exclusive)

Ag Studio’s Morbido TV Loads Up on Genre (Exclusive)
Buenos Aires –Ag Studios’ Morbido TV, its flagship pay TV channel for Latin America and U.S. Hispanic, is loading up on horror, fantasy, sci-fi, occult-and-more, and driving into original content production, as it aims for a spring 2016 launch.

Despite Morbido TV’s start-up status, its hires, own-shows and early buys rep one of the most ambitious rollouts of a regional genre channel which, in Morbido TV’s case, aims to be much more: A talent hub, production force and driver of a pan-regional culture industry richly grounded in Latin American sensibility.

Morbido TV will be the first 24-hour horror-fantasy-genre channel in Latin America, said Eduardo Caso, CEO of Ag Networks, Ag Studios multi-platform division.

Among new plans, Mexico’s Rafa Lara (“5 de Mayo: La Batalla”) is attached to direct “Terror Mx,” Morbido TV’s first original production, an episodic series framing “the complete history of horror-fantasy cinema in Mexico,
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Exclusive clip from the Eli Roth-produced horror The Stranger

To coincide with its UK DVD release, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the creepy new horror The Stranger from producer Eli Roth (Knock Knock) and director Guillermo Amoedo (Aftershock), which you can watch right here…

In The Stranger, a mysterious man named Martin arrives at a small town at the end of nowhere. He is there to eradicate a highly contagious and dangerous disease that makes sufferers addicted to human blood. His plan is to kill his wife Ana who suffers from the disease but he soon discovers Ana has been dead for a couple of years. He decides to commit suicide to eradicate the disease once and for all but is brutally attacked by three local thugs led by Caleb, the son of a corrupt police lieutenant – and the incident starts a series of events that will plunge the community into a bloodbath.

The Stranger is out
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The Stranger DVD Giveaway

Koch Media presents a new strain of fear with The Stranger on VOD 5th October and DVD 16th November, from established producer Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, The Green Inferno, Knock Knock) and acclaimed new director Guillermo Amoedo (Aftershock, The Green Inferno). To celebrate the release we have a copy of the DVD ready for one lucky Horror Asylum reader to get their hands on. Head below for your chance to enter.. Contest Ends on Friday, November 20, 2015
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