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Watch an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Bonus Feature Clip from The Walking Dead Season 8 Blu-ray and DVD

The "All Out War" of The Walking Dead Season 8 brought carnage to all of the communities and characters in the AMC series, and one of the most moving scenes of the entire season took place between Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand). With Lionsgate releasing The Walking Dead Season 8 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital beginning August 21st, we've been provided with an exclusive bonus feature clip that goes behind the scenes of Eric and Aaron's emotional (and heart-wrenching) scene.

From the Press Release: Santa Monica, CA – Worlds collide as “All Out War” breaks out between the factions when AMC’s blockbuster hit series “The Walking Dead”: The Complete Eighth Season arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 21 from Lionsgate. The explosive eighth season bridges the stories between “The Walking Dead” and its spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” leading to a thrilling battle for freedom paved with casualties and tragedy.
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This Halloween II Scene Was Too Much for Scout Taylor-Compton

Scout Taylor-Compton is no strange to the horror game. After all, she has starred in not only Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II, but you can also see Compton in such horror flicks April Fool’s Day, Flight 7500, Ghost House, Wicked Little Things, and the recent IFC Midnight movie Feral. As you can imagine, Compton […]

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Movie News: Jacqueline Bisset to Star in Erotic Thriller: Watch First 'The Emoji Movie' Teaser

L'Amant Double: Jacqueline Bisset will star in the erotic thriller L'Amant Double. She will join Marine Vacth and Jeremie Renier in the French-language drama. Francois Ozon (Swimming Pool) wrote the original script and will direct. No story details have been released. [Variety]   Kill the Next One: Craig Rosenberg (TV's Preacher, Flight 7500) has been tapped to write the screenplay for Kill the Next One. Described as a thriller, it's based on La Ultima Salida, a Spanish-language novel by Federico Axat about a suicidal family man who receives a very strange offer to perform one last heroic act before he kills himself. The book has recently been translated into other languages and published in many different territories around the world...

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News Briefs: Watch the First Trailer for 'The Emoji Movie'

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L'Amant Double: Jacqueline Bisset will star in the erotic thriller L'Amant Double. She will join Marine Vacth and Jeremie Renier in the French-language drama. Francois Ozon (Swimming Pool) wrote the original script and will direct. No story details have been released. [Variety]   Kill the Next One: Craig Rosenberg (TV's Preacher, Flight 7500) has been tapped to write the screenplay for Kill the Next One. Described as a thriller, it's based on La Ultima Salida, a...

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New to Streaming: ‘Inherent Vice,’ ‘Krampus,’ ‘Belgica,’ ‘Jane Got a Gun,’ 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.

Belgica (Felix van Groeningen)

Writer/director Felix van Groeningen based Belgica’s script on his father’s experiences running a nightclub in Ghent. How closely the story hews to the real events is anyone’s guess, though the boilerplate “though inspired by true events, all persons depicted are fictitious” title card which opens the film suggests that it might hit too close to home for more than a few real-life people.
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‘Flight 7500′ Review

Stars: Ryan Kwanten, Amy Smart, Jerry Ferrara, Scout Taylor-Compton, Christian Serratos, Leslie Bibb | Written by Craig Rosenberg | Directed by Takashi Shimizu

Whenever a movie sits on the shelf for more than a couple years before being released, it’s hard not to wonder if the reason is because it turned out poorly. But when you look through the history books, or run a quick Google search, you’ll realize that many exceptional horror movies have languished in pre-release hell over the years. Films like You’re Next, The Cabin in the Woods, and Trick ‘r Treat took their sweet time entering our lives, and the same can certainly be said about Flight 7500 (formerly 7500).

But was this one worth the wait?

Written by Craig Rosenberg and directed by Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge), and originally set for release way back in 2012, Flight 7500 centers on the passengers of a doomed flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo.
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Beware the Rain in Trailer for Takashi Shimizu’s Rain Woman

With Grudge creator Takashi Shimizu’s Flight 7500 finally being released on DVD Stateside this week, now seems like a perfect time to present the trailer for his next film, Rain Woman (original title: Ame Onna). And what a damn creepy… Continue Reading →

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'Ride Along 2,' 'Krampus,' 'The 5th Wave' and This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods The Forest (horror; Natalie Dormer, Taylor Kinney; rated PG-13) Flight 7500 (horror; Leslie Bibb, Jamie Chung, Ryan Kwanten; rated PG-13) Bill (comedy; Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby; premieres 4/15 on cable Mod and in theaters; rated PG) I Am Wrath (action; John Travolta, Christopher Meloni; premieres 4/15 on cable Mod weeks before theatrical release; rated R) The Adderall Diaries (drama; James Franco, Amber Heard...

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April 12th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Bride Of Re-animator, The Forest, Village Of The Damned (1995)

April 12th is a good day to be a genre fan, as we have several great releases coming our way this Tuesday. Arrow Films has put together the definitive edition of the cult classic Bride of Re-Animator that is filled to the brim with all sorts of awesomeness, and Scream Factory is taking us to the Village of the Damned with their Collector’s Edition Blu-ray as well as a double feature of Destroyer and Edge of Sanity.

If you missed it in theaters, now you can finally catch up with The Forest as it arrives on both formats Tuesday. If you’ve been holding out on adding It Follows to your home entertainment collection, there’s a new steelbook edition coming out this week that looks great and we’re also finally getting Flight 7500 on DVD April 12th.

Other notable releases include Where the Devil Dwells, Medousa, and Schramm.
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‘Flight 7500’ Clip Fights For Air (Exclusive)

After five years of anticipation, Takashi Shimizu’s J-horror on a plane, Flight 7500, is finally set to take off! Bloody Disgusting now has an exclusive clip for Lionsgate Home Entertainment release set for DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD on April 12th. “On a flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo, a plane is shaken by severe weather. When the […]
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You Will Board Flight 7500 Only Once: Release Details

Japanese director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) returns to horror with Flight 7500. This film, formerly titled Flight 75, takes place on a haunted airliner. Here, an eclectic cast of characters do their best to survive the flight and touch down on Earth, once again. Completed in 2012, the film stars Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood"), Jerry Ferrara ("Entourage") and Scout Taylor-Compton. The film's release details are available here. For more on the story, Flight 7500 starts with a ten hour trip. Flying out of Los Angeles, this trip is destined for Tokyo. But, there is a short pit stop in hell, at 30,000 feet as a supernatural force attacks the passengers. This title had a theatrical release in 2014? That release was missed by this horror fan. But, Flight 7500 will see a second release on DVD, in April. Lionsgate Home Entertainment will distribute this title. And, a trailer for the film is hosted below.
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Paramount Finds Director for a Sequel to The Ring

F. Javier Gutierrez has been chosen by Paramount to helm The Ring 3 or whatever they're going to call the third installment in the series. Don't act surprised, that a threequel is actually happening. Those rumblings were renewed in 2011 when we caught up to the producers on the set of Takashi Shimizu's 7500. Little is known about the next installment. THR says Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald are producing. Gutierrez grabbed everyone's attention with Before the Fall.

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Takashi Shimizu’s 7500 Opened Somewhere on Planet Earth

A few years have passed since myself and a handful of genre colleagues ventured to the CBS lot in Studio City for a set visit to Takashi Shimizu's 7500 - the ghost story-on-a-plane thriller. And by "few years" I mean three. Cameras rolled in 2011 with Ryan Kwanten, Amy Smart, Leslie Bibb, Nicky Whelan and Alex Frost starring. And yet, we've haven't see the film released domestically. There have been rumors over the years pointing to false release dates. Hell, one theater here in Los Angeles accidentally listed it on its website, but when you went to buy tickets it directed you to another film.

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Takashi Shimizu’s 7500 finaly gets a release

For some reason known only to some all wise (yeah right) studio execs, Ju-on: The Grudge director Takashi Shimizu’s latest horror flick 7500 has been sitting in moth balls in the States, for well over a year. Why? Who knows? It’s not as though Shimizu is an unknown name, and the it looks to be a perfectly competent fright flick, so we are somewhat baffled why it hasn’t had a Us release yet. Well one country, at least, we know it’s arrived at is Thailand. At least they’ve seen sense! Latest word on a U.S bow seems to be October time. We shall see..... Synopsis: A married couple and their two best friends board a plane bound for Japan, but they experience some supernatural turbulence when the aircraft comes under attack from unearthly forces. Meanwhile, a flight attendant ponders the potential repercussions of a complex,
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Sam Raimi and Co. are Remaking The Grudge … Again

Wait, didn’t they already remade the Japanese horror flick “The Grudge” in 2004? Then did a sequel to it in 2006 and a second sequel in 2009? I must be out of my mind, because now I’m reading that Sam Raimi and his Ghost House pictures are going to remake … the remake? Yup. They’re remaking the remake. Yes, it’s a new low in Hollywood, ladies and gentlemen. The original Japanese franchise (called “Ju-on”) was created/directed by Takashi Shimizu, who actually also directed the first two American remakes of his own movie. Shimizu himself has since moved on, and recently directed the live-action “Kiki’s Delivery Service” and has the American horror flick “7500,” about supernatural shenanigans on a plane, stuck somewhere on some distributor’s shelf since 2012. It would only make sense for Shimizu to also return to direct the remake … of the remake … of his original movie … again.
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Warner Bros Buys Christopher Wheeler’s ‘Nemesis’ Spec; Craig Rosenberg To Rewrite

Exclusive: Warner Bros has acquired Nemesis, a spec script by Christopher Wheeler that Animal Logic Entertainment, Safehouse Pictures and Weed Road will jointly produce. I don’t recall ever writing a spec script deal story that includes setting someone to do a rewrite. But the Warner Bros deal includes the hiring of a new writer in Craig Rosenberg, the Australian writer who has the Takashi Shimizu -directed 7500 for CBS Films and The Quiet Ones for Lionsgate. How did this happen? Wheeler, the Australian writer who was known as “The Film Pope,” died four years ago at age 40 of natural causes. His script went dormant until Safehouse’s Joby Harold and Tory Tunnell met with Zareh Nalbandian and Jason Lust of Animal Logic and got it going again. Animal Logic had originally developed it. Weed Road’s Akiva Goldsman will produce with Harold, Tunnell, Nalbandian and Lust.
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Exclusive: Jerry Ferrara Talks Entourage: The Movie and 7500

Exclusive: Jerry Ferrara Talks Entourage: The Movie and 7500
Fans of the HBO series Entourage got the news they were waiting for last month, when Warner Bros. finally gave the green light to the Entourage movie, with production starting in January. I caught up with series star Jerry Ferrara at the AFI Fest premiere of Lone Survivor last night, where he spoke about how far after the series finale the movie is set.

"I do worry about giving too much away, but just in sticking with the theme of what the show was, it was never like three years later. I don't think it will be a situation like that. I think it picks up not long after it was left off. I don't know what the time frame is, but it's not three years later."

We also talked about when his thriller 7500 might be coming out. The thriller directed by Takashi Shimizu (Kiki's Delivery Service) takes place on a trans-continental flight,
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News Shorts: August 16th 2013

Photos from Prisoners, Vampire Academy, The Zero Theorem, Grudge Match, Joe, Night Moves, McCanick, and Parkland.

Posters for A Single Shot, Parkland, Plush, Filth, Blue Caprice, Escape Plan, Mother of George, Wadjda, Morning, Disneynature's Bears, C.O.G., and A Promise.

A full graphic novel prologue to this week's art house drama "Aint Them Bodies Saints" has gone online over at EW.

"Sony Pictures Classics has picked up Bennett Miller's 'Foxcatcher' starring Channing Tatum and Steve Carrell, and have given it a release date of December 20th this year…" (full details)

"The 'ghosts on a plane' thriller '7500', starring Ryan Kwanten and Amy Smart, looks like it will finally be scoring a release sometime this October…" (full details)

"CBS Films has acquired Bethany Ashton Wolf's script 'Other People’s Love Letters' and attached Tom Bezucha to direct. The story follows the intertwining storylines of four romances,
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Scout Taylor-Compton Announces 7500 Release Landing this October!

It's been over a year since we last reported on Takashi Shimizu's new airborne horror '7500'. But even though time has flown by its been more and more difficult it seems to get this completed project off the runway. Originally slated for a late August 2012 release the movie was suddenly pushed back to sometime this year which now according to at least one of its stars will be happening this October. Scout Taylor-Compton ('Halloween') Tweeted the announcement that '7500 hits theaters in October!' Although no confirmation from CBS Films themselves it does seem completely viable that it'll manage to sneak into select theatres around Halloween time. '7500' also stars Amy Smart ('Mirrors'), Ryan Kwanten ('True Blood'), Jerry Ferrara ('Entourage'), Nicky Whelan (below), Jamie Chung ('Sorority Row'), Jonathon Schaech ('Prom Night') and Christian Serratos ('
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The Grudge Director's Delayed Supernatural Plane Horror 7500 May Finally Arrived In October

Fans of Japanese horror director Takashi Shimizu have been waiting quite a while for his return to English language cinema. And while I.m referring in part to it being 7 years since The Grudge 2 was released, this has more to do with his upcoming haunted plane flick 7500, which as been presumably gathering metaphorical dust over at CBS Films, who delayed the film.s 2012 release without following it up with a date that stuck. Thanks to a tweet from actress Scout Taylor-Compton, which we know isn.t a reliably concrete news source, we now know that the E.T.A. for 7500 landing in theaters is in two months. Give the tweet a read below. "7500" hits theaters in October! Good day for news :). Scout Compton (@PoutyScouty) August 10, 2013 Having it come out in October makes a lot of sense, given the Carrie remake is arguably the only scary flick getting a
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