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‘You’: Melanie Field & Magda Apanowicz To Recur In Series’ Second Season On Netflix

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‘You’: Melanie Field & Magda Apanowicz To Recur In Series’ Second Season On Netflix
Melanie Field (Heathers) and Magda Apanowicz (Continuum) are set for recurring roles on the upcoming second season of Netflix’s You.

You follows bookstore manager Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley). In the freshman season, which was based on Caroline Kepnes’ bestselling novel and aired on Lifetime, Goldberg becomes obsessed with his customer Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), using social media and the Internet to stalk her.

The show’s second season is loosely based on the author’s second book in the series titled Hidden Bodies and will be released by the streaming service under the Netflix originals banner. It will follow Goldberg to Los Angeles where he meets Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), an aspiring chef that isn’t into social media like his previous leading lady.

Field will play Sunrise, a stay at home mommy blogger who raises a toddler with her partner Lucy in their gorgeous Venice Beach home. A
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Eli Roth’s ‘The Green Inferno’ Getting Collector’s Edition Blu-ray with CD Soundtrack

Eli Roth's 2013 take on cannibalistic horror, The Green Inferno, is getting a new Collector's Edition Blu-ray release on April 23rd courtesy of Scream Factory.

This new two-disc set will include the entire film soundtrack by Manuel Riveiro on CD in a throwback against the digital music revolution. The CD will include new bonus tracks not heard in the film.

Scream Factory has put together a trio of all-new bonus features to compliment the previous released extras found on the Universal The Green Inferno Blu-ray. The complete rundown with new extras noted is as follows:

New Into the Green Inferno – an interview with co-writer/producer/director Eli Roth

New Uncivilized Behavior: Method Acting in The Green Inferno – featuring interviews with actors Lorenza Izzo, Daryl Sabara and Kirby Bliss Blanton

New Behind the Scenes footage – includes nearly an hour of never-before-seen footage

Audio Commentary with co-writer/producer/director Eli Roth, producer
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Scream Factory Releasing The Green Inferno Collector’s Edition + Release Date & Special Features Announced

Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno was absolutely one of my favorite horror movies of 2015, and I don’t care who gives me guff about it. In addition to the gag-inducing gore and cannibalistic violence, I really enjoyed the social commentary (specifically, razor-sharp satire aimed at “armchair activists” and millennials who measure success based on the […] The post Scream Factory Releasing The Green Inferno Collector’s Edition + Release Date & Special Features Announced appeared first on Dread Central.
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Scream Factory Details ‘The Green Inferno’ Blu-ray, Including an Hour of New Behind the Scenes Footage

Scream Factory announced earlier this year that they’re bringing Eli Roth‘s cannibal flick The Green Inferno into their Collector’s Edition Blu-ray collection, and they had promised bonus features both new and old. Well, they’ve come through on that promise (as they always do), detailing the release in full with a press release today. “On April 23, 2019, Scream Factory […]
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Full Release Details for Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno

A love letter to Italian cannibal films from the ’70s and ’80s, Eli Roth's The Green Inferno was initially released on Blu-ray in 2016, but Scream Factory is giving it a Collector's Edition Blu-ray release with all of the blood-spattered bells and whistles this April, and they've now revealed the full list of special features for the new release, including a new interview with Roth and never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film.

From the Press Release: "The mastermind behind the Hostel franchise and Cabin Fever, horror auteur Eli Roth, serves up a feast of gut-wrenching terror in the gruesome fear-fest The Green Inferno. On April 23, 2019, Scream Factory proudly presents Eli Roth’s gory spectacle The Green Inferno in a two-disc Collector’s Edition set, with the film on Blu-ray and the original motion picture soundtrack by Manuel Riveiro on CD. This release comes packed with bonus features
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Movie Review – The Cannibal Club (2019)

The Cannibal Club. 2019.

Directed by Guto Parente.

Starring Tavinho Teixeira, Ana Luiza Rios, Pedro Domingues, and Zé Maria.

Synopsis:

Otavio and Gilda are a very wealthy couple of the Brazilian elite who have the habit of eating their employees. Otavio owns a private security company and is a notable member of The Cannibal Club. When Gilda accidentally discovers a secret from Borges, a powerful congressman and the Club’s leader, her and her husband’s lives are in danger.

During the French Revolution, Jean-Jacques Rousseau cheekily suggested impoverished masses should “eat the rich.” Guto Parente’s The Cannibal Club retaliates despite the threat being hollow. Brazil’s political injustice plays out as the rich munch through their problems – rivals, the underprivileged, all of it. Cannibalism acts as a voracious representation of power dynamics, and that’s precisely what the primality of Parente’s message hopes to drive home with the pungent odors of barbequed flesh.
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The Green Inferno: Cannibal Holocaust 2 and Cannibal Terror coming to Blu-ray in March

Distributor 88 Films has announced the upcoming UK home-entertainment releases of 1988’s The Green Inferno: Cannibal Holocaust 2 and 1981’s Cannibal Terror, both of which are set to arrive on Blu-ray in March. Check out the cover artwork, details and special features here…

The Green Inferno: Cannibal Holocaust 2 (1988)

A group of enterprising adventurers venture into the Amazon jungle in search of a missing professor but soon the youngsters encounter more than they bargained for – European colonialism is exploiting the rainforest and the natives are fighting back! While Deodato’s original critiqued the mondo pseudo-documentary phenomenon, here director Antonio Climati turns the focus to satirising the hypocrisy and complexity of Cannibal Holocaust itself. A potent mix of macabre imagery, scenic locations, extreme gore and sly in-jokes, The Green Inferno is the gut-munching sequel you always knew you wanted but were too afraid to ask for!

Special Features

Brand new 2K remaster from the
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Scream Factory to Release Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno

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A love letter to Italian cannibal films from the ’70s and ’80s, Eli Roth's The Green Inferno was initially released on Blu-ray in 2016, but Scream Factory is going to give it a Collector's Edition Blu-ray release with all of the blood-spattered bells and whistles this April, including cover art by Devon Whitehead.

From Scream Factory: "Eli Roth’s cannibalistic recent epic The Green Inferno (and one of the goriest R-rated films we’ve personally ever seen) is coming to Scream Factory in an all-new Blu-ray Collector’s Edition! Here are the early details we have at present time:

• National street date for U.S. and Canada territories (Region A) is April 23rd

• Release will come with a slipcover (guaranteed for three

months after its original release date).

• The newly-commissioned artwork pictured (and Director-approved) comes to us from Devon Whitehead. This art will be front-facing and the reverse side of
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Scream Factory Bringing ‘The Green Inferno’ Back to Blu-ray With New Features and Soundtrack CD

We can’t say we ever saw this one coming, but Scream Factory has announced today that they’re bringing Eli Roth‘s cannibal flick The Green Inferno into their Collector’s Edition Blu-ray collection later this year, and they’re promising bonus content both new and old. They tease, “Extras are still in progress and will be announced later […]
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Lords of Chaos Poster Turns Rory Culkin Into a Norwegian Black Metal Maniac

Lords of Chaos Poster Turns Rory Culkin Into a Norwegian Black Metal Maniac
I love a good poster about as much as I love a good death metal tune. And so it pleases me that today we can pass along the poster for director Jonas Akerlund's Lords of Chaos starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Sky Ferreira, Jack Kilmer, and Valter Skarsgard. For those of you that might not be aware of the film or its killer backstory, Lords of Chaos is based on the 1998 non-fiction book of the same name by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Soderlind, which follows a series of crimes that occurred in Oslo, Norway in the early 1990s surrounding the black metal bands Mayhem and Burzum.

The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and has been snagging up awesome reviews and killer word-of-mouth ever since. In fact, the movie currently holds a 91% fresh rating over on Rotten Tomatoes. The site doesn't currently have a Critics Consensus but the score
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Eli Roth Wants To Adapt A Stephen King Novel

Between his vigilante thriller Death Wish and his family-friendly fantasy flick The House with a Clock in Its Walls, 2018 has seen director Eli Roth branching out into some new territory, but it’s surely only a matter of time before the call of horror beckons once more. In fact, the Cabin Fever helmsman has already mentioned that he’d be totally game to adapt some of Stephen King’s work if a good opportunity ever emerged.

In an interview with ComicBook.com, Roth expressed his admiration for the so-called King of Horror, though he also showed concern that many of the projects he’d be keen on bringing to the screen have already been claimed by other filmmakers.

“I mean, a lot of the ones that I’m particularly interested in, other people are currently sitting in those parking spaces. But if they become available, I would do it.”

It
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'Ralph' and 'Creed' Set to Repeat atop Post-Thanksgiving Weekend Box Office

'Ralph' and 'Creed' Set to Repeat atop Post-Thanksgiving Weekend Box Office
Following last weekend's monster performance, led by Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet and MGM's Creed II, this weekend sees just one new wide release in Screen Gems's latest horror The Possession of Hannah Grace, which means the story will remain with last weekend's top titles as 2018 continues its torrid pace. After delivering the second largest five-day Thanksgiving weekend opening ever, Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet is looking at a second weekend at #1 and a domestic gross that should finish at or near $120 million come end of day Sunday. Right now we're expecting a second weekend drop right around -54% for a sophomore frame totaling $26 million or so. MGM's Creed II could face some competition for second in Universal and Illumination's The Grinch, but we're expecting it to edge out the animated title with a drop right around -50% for an $18 million second weekend
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Watch Eli Roth Give a Tour of Uncle Jonathan’s House in New Behind-the-Scenes Bonus Feature Clip from The House With A Clock In Its Walls

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If you missed Eli Roth's adaptation of John Bellairs' The House with a Clock in Its Walls in theaters (read Heather Wixson's review here) or you want to experience its magical adventures again and again, you can now watch it on digital and look forward to its 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on December 18th. To celebrate the film's digital release today, a new Blu-ray/DVD/digital bonus feature clip has been unveiled by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, in which director Eli Roth gives a tour of the strange and wonderful house where much of the movie's charm (and creepiness) takes place.

Check out the new behind-the-scenes clip below, and in case you missed it, read Heather Wixson's interview with screenwriter Eric Kripke.

From the Press Release: "Universal City, Calif. -- Enjoy the delightfully thrilling tale of a mysterious house where things, including the inhabitants, are
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The House with a Clock in its Walls: Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Clip

Don Kaye Nov 27, 2018

See how a magic chair became one of the major characters in Eli Roth’s supernatural family film.

One of the more unusual films to come out this fall was The House with a Clock in its Walls, based on the beloved 1973 children’s novel by John Bellairs. What made the movie more interesting than usual was the fact that it was directed by Eli Roth, the horror auteur best known for hard-r gorefests such as Hostel and The Green Inferno.

Making his first PG-13 movie, Roth wanted to specifically channel the spirit of classic Amblin films from the 1980s (especially since the movie came out under the Amblin banner). His take on the story -- about an orphaned boy who goes to live with his warlock uncle in a house hiding a terrible secret -- was aided tremendously by stellar performances from Jack Black as the
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The House With A Clock In Its Walls Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on December 18th

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If you missed Eli Roth's adaptation of John Bellairs' The House with a Clock in Its Walls in theaters (read Heather Wixson's review here) or you want to experience its magical adventure again and again, you can look forward to seeing it on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on December 18th, along with an extensive list of special features that include deleted scenes and an alternate opening and ending:

From the Press Release: "Universal City, Calif. -- Enjoy the delightfully thrilling tale of a mysterious house where things, including the inhabitants, are not what they seem to be. The House With a Clock in its Walls arrives on Digital and via the digital movie app Movies Anywhere on November 27, 2018, as well as on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on December 18, 2018. Based on the classic children's book and praised as "creaky, freaky haunted-mansion fun
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Raven Banner Acquires Three for Canadian Release, Including ‘The Inhabitant’ and ‘Fugue’

Raven Banner has acquired three films for Canada, starting with the Mexican-Chilean horror movie El Habitante (The Inhabitant), directed and written by Guillermo Amoedo, a co-writer on Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno and Knock, Knock. The film turns on three sisters who break into a corrupt Mexican senator’s home to rob him, liberating his small daughter, chained up […]
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Raven Banner acquires trio of films for Canada at Afm (exclusive)

Selection includes Cannes Critics Week entry Fugue by Agnieszka Smoczyńska.

Raven Banner has picked up distribution on three films for Canada, the company announced at Afm.

Mexican-Chilean horror movie El Habitante hails from director Guillermo Amoedo, a co-writer on Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno. The story centres on three sisters that break into a corrupt Mexican senator’s home to rob him, and free his daughter from her basement captivity, unaware she is possessed. Film Sharks represented the filmmakers in the deal.

Marie Losier’s Cannes Acid documentary, Cassandro the Exotico! from Urban Distribution International follows openly gay Mexican luchador Cassandro,
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The House With a Clock in its Walls Disc Releases Dec. 18

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Universal City, California, October 30, 2018 – Enjoy the delightfully thrilling tale of a mysterious house where things, including the inhabitants, are not what they seem to be. The House With a Clock in its Walls arrives on Digital and via the digital movie app Movies Anywhere on November 27, 2018, as well as on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-rayTM, DVD and On Demand on December 18, 2018. Based on the classic children’s book and praised as “creaky, freaky haunted-mansion fun” (La Times), The House With a Clock in its Walls features over 60 minutes of bonus content including an alternate beginning and ending, stunning featurettes, deleted scenes, a hilarious gag reel, and feature commentary. Enchanting from start to finish, it’s the perfect adventure for families during the holidays.

Full of wonder and adventure, The House With a Clock in its Walls mesmerizes audiences of all ages and keeps the magic alive when stars Jack Black, Cate Blanchett
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Hollywood’s Scariest Film Trailers: Eli Roth Looks Back In Horror For Halloween

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Hollywood’s Scariest Film Trailers: Eli Roth Looks Back In Horror For Halloween
Exclusive Not only can a scary horror film trailer lead to an opening weekend that leaves a film profitable by Monday, great trailers can achieve immortality of their own. Unforgettably jarring trailers for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ring, Halloween, The Shining, The Blair Witch Project, Psycho and Paranormal Activity carved out their own place in the consciousness of moviegoers.

Halloween is upon us and this year the holiday has an old-school feel with two classic names (Halloween and Suspiria) scaring-up new business in theaters. What better time to revisit vintage horror film trailers? For grisly guidance, I turned to Eli Roth and asked him to share a list of his favorites, be they iconic or obscure. Roth directed the Hostel franchise, The Green Inferno and Cabin Fever; he’s also brained Nazis with a Louisville Slugger in Inglourious Basterds and taken his scare formula to PG audiences with The House With a Clock In Its Walls
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The House with a Clock in Its Walls Review

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For a director mostly known for gory cannibal/torture flicks like Hostel and The Green Inferno, Eli Roth has gone on to helm one of his finest features yet with an Amblin family fantasy! But before horror hounds run for the hills screaming “sell-out!”, The House with a Clock in Its Walls is far from the plastic PG fright-laden picture some might imagine, given the oddly Christmassy “Harry Potter for horror fans” posters. Based on a book by John Bellairs, Roth and screenwriter Eric Kripke’s gaudy haunted film fun-house is bursting with a firework display of vibrant concepts, riveting fantasy dread, necromancy, ghouls and squirmy purple tentacles. All a young horror fan could hope for and far creepier than the demon nuns and slender men of recent “grown-up” genre hiccups.

It’s 1955, New Zebedee, Michigan: after the death of his parents, Lewis Barnavelt (Owen Vaccaro) is sent to live with his strange,
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