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Horror Highlights: Sideshow’s Court Of The Dead, Space Goat’s Kickstarter, Liilith, By Night: Origins, The Redeeming, Ao-terror-oa, The Gatehouse, Whispers, Killer Kate!

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Sideshow Collectibles has added another imposing (and beautifully crafted) character to the ranks of their Court of the Dead with the new Mortighull Premium Format Figure that's featured in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes an update on Space Goat Productions' Evil Dead 2 Kickstarter campaign, a teaser trailer for Lilith (starring Jessica Cameron), a new clip from the anthology series By Night: Origins, details on the world premiere of The Redeeming, the first short film from the new anthology series Ao-Terror-Oa, The Gatehouse release info, the cast for Killer Kate!, and UK and Ireland release details for Whispers.

Sideshow Reveals New Reaper Premium Format Figure: From Sideshow: "Sideshow is proud to present Mortighull: The Risen Reaper General Premium Format™Figure, a terrifying new addition to our original Court of the Dead collection…

The Reaper General Mortighull is far from a mirror image of his mentor, the resolute Demithyle. Mortighull
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Exclusive Clip From Female Pheromone Fright Flick Siren!

Shock lays out an exclusive clip from female-centric dark fantasy flick Siren. Writer-director Jesse Peyronel’s Siren has been quietly garnering great reviews and solid word of mouth and certainly, the novel premise alone is enough to spark interest. In it, Eyes Wide Shut co-star Vinessa Shaw stars as a woman who naturally emits in intoxicating…

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Harriet Lane Novel ‘Her’ Gets Film Treatment; Abramorama & HBO Nab Docu ‘Heart Of A Dog’

Harriet Lane’s novel Her is getting the film treatment. Jesse Peyronel (Siren) has been set to adapt and direct the psychological thriller about a struggling mother who encounters a sophisticated woman who thinks it is a chance meeting but is far from it. The story is told from both women's alternating points of view, and a past grudge carefully unfurls into a riveting revenge drama. David A. Stern and D. Matt Geller are producing. Peyronel is currently writing the Fox…
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‘Siren’ VOD Review

Stars: Vinessa Shaw, Robert Kazinsky, Bess Wohl, Ross Partridge, Christian Winsor, Stephen O’Neil Martin, Ben Hanson | Written and Directed by Jesse Peyronel

Not another film about killer mermaids (Hi Killer Mermaids), the bewitching Siren is a modern tale of an inadvertent Poison Ivy, hiding out in her woodland cottage. Leigh (Vinessa Shaw) just can’t help herself; giving off a powerful pheromone, any man who comes into contact with her instantly, irrevocably falls in love (or lust). Enter Guy (Robert Kazinsky) a smooth drifter who seems immune to her charms.

Where this could be the springboard for an unpleasant, rapey misogyny fest or teenage dumb-athon, Jesse Peyronel’s Siren is instead a sweet, gentle love story with slowly unfolding (yet mild) action waiting in the wings. Shaw and Kazinsky are well cast in their roles, even if the latter’s American accent doesn’t always ring true (certainly more
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Watch the trailer for “dark modern fairytale” Siren

Ahead of its Us release next month, a new trailer has arrived online for writer-director Jesse Peyronel’s “dark modern fairytale” Siren, which tells the story of a woman who has the ability to appear as each mans heart’s desire and stars Vinessa Shaw (Ray Donovan) and Rob Kazinsky (True Blood). Check it out here…

Siren is set for release on DVD this summer.
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Walking Dead producers acquire Image Comics' Sheltered

The Walking Dead producers Circle of Confusion will adapt the Image Comics series Sheltered.

Jesse Peyronel (Siren) is writing the screenplay based on Ed Brisson and Johnnie Christmas's title, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The 'pre-apocalyptic' tale centres around a group of families living in seclusion who anticipate the imminent destruction of North America by a powerful volcanic eruption.

They fail to account for a threat from within, which sees their children take control under the leadership of a charismatic, sociopathic teen.

Circle of Confusion is also adapting the upcoming comic series Outcast from Walking Dead co-creator Robert Kirkman.

Peyronel intends to direct Sheltered as well, with filming scheduled for late 2014.

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The Walking Dead Producers Sheltered from the Apocalypse

Another comic property is getting the adaptation treatment, and we have the initial details regarding the carnage to come as Image Comics' Sheltered makes its way to the big screen. Read on, true believer!

According to THR, Jesse Peyronel, the filmmaker behind the indie movie Siren, is teaming up with The Walking Dead producers Circle of Confusion to adapt the Image Comics book Sheltered.

The comic is a pre-apocalyptic thriller set in a survivalist compound somewhere in the Pacific Northwest populated by families who believe an imminent volcanic eruption is about to make the U.S. uninhabitable for years. Yet, the adults are unprepared for a strike from within in the form of a coup d'etat by the kids, led by a charming sociopathic teen.

What follows is a struggle between two sets of young protagonists that is described as having shades of Lord of the Flies and The Hunger Games.
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"Forger," "Shack," "Sheltered" Score Directors

The Forger

Tolga Ornek ("Labyrinth") is set to direct the recently acquired Alex Allrich spec script thriller "The Forger" for Fox International. The project may actually be filmed entirely in Turkish.

The story follows an ex-cia forger now living in Istanbul whose former handler turns up dead and a female Iranian intelligence agent seeks his help to defect to the West. He soon learns there is more to her than he initially realized. [Source: Deadline]

The Shack

Forest Whitaker is in negotiations to direct and take a supporting role in a film adaptation of William Paul Young's novel "The Shack" for Summit Entertainment.

Following a personal tragedy, a man receives a mysterious note in his mailbox inviting him to The Shack. He responds and finds himself in the presence of God, and a life-transforming journey of truth and acceptance. [Source: Deadline]


Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego ("Apollo 18") is set to helm the horror tale "Sanctuary" for Atlas Independent.
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Image Comics' 'Pre-Apocalyptic' Tale Sheltered is Heading to the Big Screen

Circle of Confusion, the production company behind AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead," has plans to adapt another Image Comics series, this time aiming for the big screen. The Hollywood Reporter today brings word that Ed Brisson and Johnnie Christmas' recently-launched Sheltered is set for adaptation into a screenplay by Jesse Peyronel ( Siren ), who also has plans to direct. Sheltered is officially described as follows: A pre-apocalyptic tale of survival at any cost. The men and women of Safe Haven have been preparing for any-and-all end of world scenarios for years. However, their bunkers, weapons and training can't save them from the one threat they never could have expected: Their own children. Circle of Confusion is producing the adaptation, targeting...
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Pacific Rim Movie: Charlie Hunnam Male Bonding Energy

Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim movie image: Idris Elba PrometheusIdris Elba will soon be Pacific Rim‘s Idris Elba. Two movies beginning with a "p" and featuring nasty aliens set on destroying the human race. This is one thing I never get about alien invasion movies: with human beings intent on destroying themselves or looking the other way as their world goes to rot, why would aliens take the time to destroy us? They just have to wait a few decades (or less) and the job will be done for them. Well, let’s go for something more philosophically challenging: Guillermo del Toro’s affirmation that Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam, 32, is "the right side of honest and good looking that you don’t want to punch him in the face. You want to have a pint with the guy. You want to take him to the pub.
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