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It’s no secret that the Saw franchise was one of the biggest and most exciting horror offerings of the new millennium. Fans craved each new film so that they could dive deeper and deeper into the increasingly complex and convoluted storyline, all leading up to a climax that was, well… let’s be honest here and admit that it was obvious and poorly executed.
While I thought the first film was sheer brilliance followed by a load of dreck, I can’t argue that there was a lot for horror fans to enjoy. The pervasively dark atmosphere, the vicious and brutal deaths, and, probably the real star of the series, the traps. They were horrifying, disgusting, and whoever came up them should seek therapy…immediately.
Based upon your personality, this week’s quiz is going to test you and decide which Saw trap you ultimately are. Head below to figure it out for yourself.
And remember, “Live or die, make your choice.“
It’s been a whole year since we looked at cinema’s most terrifying sex scenes, so we thought we’d take a look back at the most graphic sex scenes ever depicted in horror films! Obviously, everything that follows will be incredibly NSFW and contain some serious spoilers.Friday the 13th (2009)
I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as hard in a horror movie as I did when I heard Travis Van Winkle tell Julianna Guill that her “tits were stupendous” and that she had “perfect nipple placement.” This is a ridiculous and fairly graphic sex scene! Unfortunately, the scene isn’t on YouTube, but you can find it on Pornhub (shocker), so that gives you an idea of just how graphic it is.Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday
Last one from this franchise, but while Jason Goes To Hell is arguably the worst in the franchise (though I know it has its defenders), it features one of the most graphic sex scenes and kills out of all of the films (if you watch the unrated version).Antichrist
Even though it was filmed with porn star body doubles, the opening scene of Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist is still extremely graphic. Actual penetration is seen. Of course, this is nothing to the third act clitoris snipping and blood ejaculation. The actual pornographic images are censored in the below clip. It is YouTube after all!Don’t Look Now
This sex scene between Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie is still considered graphic even by today’s standards, but it is a beautiful moment in Nicolas Roeg’s bleak and haunting film.Salò, or The 120 Days of Sodom
It’s difficult to pin down just one graphic scene from Salo, which isn’t technically a horror film, but it is one of the most horrifying films I’ve ever seen. It is a difficult film to watch, but should be required viewing for everyone (just my opinion!) Really, the whole movie could qualify for this list, but here’s a small sample of what you’re in for if you decide to put this one on:Hatchet 2
As graphic as it is hilarious, Hatchet 2 features one of the funniest deaths in all of horror history: AJ Bowen gets decapitated while having sex with Alexis Peters doggy style. After he is decapitated, his body begins convulsing, thereby hammering into Peters even harder, until she realizes she is getting penetrated by a corpse. It’s ridiculous and funny and disturbing all at the same time.Brain Damage
While it’s not actual sex, it does feature a woman’s brain being eaten by a mutant penis as she attempts to perform fellatio on him. Fun!A Serbian Film
Newborn baby rape and incest. What more do you need? A Serbian Film is one of the most difficult films I’ve ever had to watch, but I kind of love it. Start the video at the 11-minute mark to see the graphic scene. This is one of the biggest spoilers on this list so if you haven’t seen the film beware!The Last House On The Left
It was a tough choice between this and I Spit On Your Grave, but in the end this one “won.” Both the original Wes Craven film and its remake feature rape scenes that are difficult to endure, but I think I have to give the edge to the remake on this one. The original makes you feel gross just because of the filming quality, but the remake (especially the unrated cut) features an extended rape scene that is absolutely grueling.Tetsuo: The Iron Man
I wouldn’t necessarily call this one graphic. It’s just weird. The Iron Man’s body slowly morphs into metal, and in one of the weirdest scenes of the film, he discovers that his penis has become a large power drill. He proceeds to rape his girlfriend with it, killing her (obviously).
Obviously, this is just a small sample of graphic sex scenes in horror movies. I didn’t even mention Species or Otto! What are some of your favorites (if that’s not too weird a question to ask)?
If you’re a fan of 1992’s Demonic Toys and enjoy horror collectibles, this new release from Charles Band’s Full Moon Collectibles will be right up your alley. Shipping September 1st and now up for pre-order is the newest addition to the Full Moon Replica Series, a 9 inch resin statue of Jack-Attack! Jack-Attack has been long-requested by fans and is everyone’s favorite member of the Demonic Toys gang. Jack-Attack features intricately-sculpted details, is beautifully hand-painted and crafted in heavy polystone. This release is limited to just 1,000 and the first 50 will have the box signed by Band himself.
To order your Jack-Attack please visit Full Moon Direct.
Demonic Toys was directed by Peter Manoogian (Arena, The Dungeonmaster) and written David S. Goyer (Batman Begins, Blade Trinity).
When you think of The Windy City you’d normally associated it with pizza instead of movie posters from Africa. Get ready to meet your favorite new Instagram account that travels across the ocean & makes that cultural connection via a video store.
Deadly Prey Gallery is a new Chicago art space dedicated to hand-painted movie posters from Ghana and West African sign art. The gallery was created by brother & sister duo Brian and Heidi Anne Chankin. Brian is also the owner of Odd Obsession Movies, a video store specializing in genre film, foreign, classic, and independent cinema.
Behold the beautiful bootlegs below:
Ghallywood Beetlejuice?!?!? Extra special handpainted Ghanaian movie poster by the great Leonardo. #ghanamovieposters #deadlypreygallery #beetlejuice #michaelkeaton #horror #ghana #ghallywood #mamiwata #spiritsofsea #paintings #movies #movieposters #movieart #africanart #folkart #chicago #chicagoart
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Feb 20, 2015 at 6:06pm PST
Special custom-made Manborg Ghanaian movie poster painted by the man Stoger as seen at the video store! #ghanamovieposters #oddobsessionmovies #art #paintings #posters #movieposters #movies #africanart #africanfolkart #ghana #action #astron6 #manborg #firebro #skulls #cultmovies #awesome #rugged #chicago #chicagoart @manborgmovie
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Jan 9, 2015 at 6:45pm PST
Next level business right here. Here's a custom handpainted Ghanaian movie poster for Odd Obsession Movies by the great Leonardo. One of the best in the Deadly Prey collection I'd say. #deadlypreygallery #oddobsessionmovies #ghanamovieposters #leonardo #art #paintings #folkart #africanart #mrsdoubtfire #sallyfield #robinwilliams #niceshoes #broomstickineye #90s #movies #movieposters #chicago #chicagoart #handpainted #nextlevel
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Mar 28, 2015 at 10:03pm PDT
Another choice hoops themed handpainted movie poster from Ghana as seen at Deadly Prey Gallery! Teen Wolf is a special commission for Odd Obsession Movies Chicago by the artist Salvation. #deadlypreygallery #oddobsessionmovies #ghanamovieposters #teenwolf #michaeljfox #werewolf #basketball #hoops #africanart #ghana #paintings #movies #80s #art #movieposters #chicago #chicagoart
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Apr 28, 2015 at 6:20pm PDT
Here's the second of 3 Big Trouble in Little China hand-painted movie posters from Ghana in the Deadly Prey collection. Enjoy! #ghanamovieposters #deadlypreygallery #80s #movies #africanart #paintings #johncarpenter #kurtrussell #actionmovies #kungfu #art #chicago #bigtroubleinlittlechina #jackburton #ghana #chicagoart #movieposters #handpainted
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Jul 18, 2015 at 10:32am PDT
Action-packed and horrible to the max, here's a newer painting by the artist Salvation of Terminator 2 for Name Video in Nungua Market! #ghanamovieposters #deadlypreygallery #africanart #ghana #paintings #movieposters #art #fire #actionpacked #terminator #t2 #90s #schwarzenegger #arnold #illbeback #chicago #chicagoart #cultmovies
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Aug 1, 2015 at 6:36am PDT
I really love this Cujo poster. Painted in Ghana by Papa Warsti for Sharp Video. #ghanamovieposters #deadlypreygallery #africanart #paintings #movieposters #handpainted #cujo #stephenking #dogart #baddog #dogsploitation #art #chicago #chicagoart #movies #horror
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Jul 19, 2015 at 6:59pm PDT
Nice Ghanaian hand-painted movie poster for the famous Fulci giallo Zombie 2! #deadlypreygallery #ghanamovieposters #panslabyrinth #zombie #giallo #fulci #africanart #paintings #movieposters #art #handpainted #chicago #ghana #horror #italianhorror #chicagoart
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Aug 2, 2015 at 6:05pm PDT
An absolutely terrifying Nightmare on Elm Street handpainted movie poster from Ghana by the man Stoger! #ghanamovieposters #oddobsessionmovies #nightmareonelmstreet #freddy #thenightdream #art #painting #chicago #chicagoart #bathtubproblems #africanart #horror #80s #horrorfilm #movieart
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Dec 21, 2014 at 1:45pm PST
Ghanaian movie poster for Slither handpainted by the man D.A. Pastony. One of my favorites for sure. #ghanamovieposters #oddobsessionmovies #art #movieart #movieposters #dogs #devils #demons #slither #horror #horrorfilm #chicago #chicagoart #paintings
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Dec 23, 2014 at 4:14pm PST
Extra Rugged Handpainted Ghanaian movie poster for Starship Troopers by Stoger for Royal Gate Video in Ashaiman! #ghanamovieposters #oddobsessionmovies #art #artist #stoger #starshiptroopers #paulverhoeven #paintings #posters #movieposters #movies #scifi #horrorfilm #cultmovies #spacebugs #africanart #folkart #extrarugged #handpainted #ghana #royalgate #severedarm #wtf #weird #amazing #chicagoart #chicago
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Jan 25, 2015 at 8:40am PST
Ghanaian movie poster for the Stephen King film Sleepwalkers painted by the great Heavy J. Lord have mercy! #deadlypreygallery #ghanamovieposters #africanart #chicagoart #art #brutal #paintings #cats #catlady #sleepwalkers #stephenking #badkitty #horror #ghana #chicago
A photo posted by Brian from Deadly Prey Gallery (@deadlypreygallery) on Mar 19, 2015 at 5:54pm PDT
I love watching movies from the 80’s that take place roughly 30 years in the future because that’s currently the time that we’re living in. It’s amazing the type of changes people expect society to make in what is really a short period of time. Will the year 2045 be that different than 2015? Probably not, but if a filmmaker makes a movie today that takes places in 2045, I’d wager their version of 2045 would be incredibly different than the current world we live in. Cherry 2000 was made in 1987. It takes place in 2017, which is only two years from now. If we want to catch up with Cherry 2000 we need kick it into gear!
The year 2017 of Cherry 2000 has a world in which large chunks of society have collapsed into a post-apocalyptic wasteland. There are a few sections here and there that are thriving with the wealthy, but for most part society as we know it has crumbled. Relationships are quite a bit different in Cherry 2000, as they’re all treated like businesses. If you plan on having a sexual encounter of any kind you need to come to a contract agreement and everything must be approved by a lawyer. If you’re lucky that lawyer is a cool, young Laurence Fishburne.
If you’re the wealthiest of the wealthy you just buy an android and make her your wife. This is what business executive Sam Treadwell (David Andrews) does. He has a lovely model in the Cherry 2000 (Pamela Gidley) and they have a pretty great life. That is until Cherry short circuits during sex. Sam takes Cherry into the shop to try and get her repaired only to find out that she’s done for. The repairman is able to remove Cherry’s memory disc, a miniature compact disc that now looks hilarious, which can be placed in another android model. Problem is Sam wants a Cherry 2000 and those are hard to find.
Luckily there’s a robot graveyard Sam can go to and likely find a new Cherry 2000. This robot graveyard is located in the very dangerous Zone 7, but Sam is able to hire a tracker by the name of Edith Johnson (Melanie Griffith) to lead him there. Along the way Sam and E encounter a gang of wasteland thugs led by the evil Lester (Tim Thomerson), dead set on stopping them.
Cherry 2000 is a lot of fun. It’s full of futuristic thugs as envisioned by the creative minds of the 80’s, which are pretty much my favorite type of movie villain ever. They’re always such interesting characters. If I had my way the bad guys in every movie would post-apocalyptic thugs from the 80’s.
Melanie Griffith is awesome as Edith. She’s a total badass. From her kick-ass customized Mustang, to her attitude and style, she’s the type of girl you want on your side when shit goes down. She can handle her own in any situation, perfect for a world in which society has crumbled.
Tim Thomerson is the star of the film, even if he’s not promoted as such. Any time he is on the screen he just steals it. He’s such a cold, heartless baddie. He’s very simple in his approach. You’re either with him or you’re against him. And if you’re against him, you’re likely to end up dead. Doesn’t matter who you are. You can also end up dead if he finds you annoying. You’re a young girl swooning over him but won’t shut up? Bang, you’re dead. This is what a good villain should be. No sympathy, no remorse. Just looking out for his own.
Cherry 2000 certainly isn’t a perfect movie, however. It slows down in the middle. There’s about 15-20 minutes that are kind of boring, as the action sort of stops. David Andrews is also just ok as the lead. He just isn’t that memorable as the lead, likely due to the fact that he’s over shadowed a bit by Griffith and Thomerson. He gets the job done, fine enough, but he’s not a game changer here.
In the long line of post-apocalyptic movies, Cherry 2000 would fall in the upper half, but closer to the middle. And that’s enough to making it worth checking out.
Cherry 2000 is now out on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber. Special features include audio commentary with director Steve De Jarnatt and a making of documentary.
Manos: The Hands Of Fate has achieved cult status and is often hailed as the worst movie of all time. However, that awful achievement hasn’t swayed Ship To Shore Phono Co. from deciding that the soundtrack, which was composed by Robert Smith Jr. & Russ Huddleston, deserves the vinyl treatment!
The label writes:
Utilizing sparse, jazzy arrangements…[the] score evokes the same bizarre, yet oddly compelling, feelings that fans of the film know and love.
This album also includes some dialog interspersed with the music, as the best source available was a 35mm magnetic soundtrack.
The album is available for pre-order now and will begin shipping in September. Copies are highly limited, so make sure to pick up your copy HERE.
1. Family Vacation
2. Love Inside This Magic Circle
3. Baby Do A Thing With Me
4. Adrift in a Sea of Madness
7. Portrait of Evil
8. Dog of Death
9. Perversion, Ignorance, Apathy
10. Tomb of Darkness
11. Torgo’s Lament
12. The Search Continues
13. Prayer to Primal Darkness
14. A Strange Gait
1. Uncontrollable Passion
2. A House Divided
3. Manos, Thy Will is Done
5. An Unfulfilled Desire
6. The Servant Fails the Master
8. The Futility of Fighting Fate
9. Manos Has You Now
10. The Circle of Fate
11. Forgetting You (Love Theme from Manos: The Hands of Fate)
We were sent some very interesting information from BD reader Kenny Caperton, who posted a comment on one of John Carpenter‘s Facebook posts asking about if there would be some live performances in the future. Carpenter’s response is pretty incredible, as he wrote, “There will be a limited tour next year in support of “Lost Themes” and a second album.”
Carpenter’s Lost Themes came out February of this year to critical acclaim and featured nine original tracks composed by Carpenter, his son Cody, and Daniel Davies.
While the above information is incredible, it’s not yet confirmed, even though it comes from Carpenter himself. Plans always change, so let’s not get too excited just yet.
…Okay, I’m too excited. I need this now!
While watching it over and over on Netflix streaming seems good enough, it’s not.
You need a quality Blu-ray release of Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula to really enjoy this comic book-esque horror tale that’s both bizarre and colorful. There’s tons of deep colors in Dracula, including a lot of blacks, which makes this a must own on Blu-ray. How about 4K? Fuck yes.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced the re-release of Dracula on Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray/Digital HD) and Limited Edition Supreme Cinema Series (Blu-ray/Digital HD). Available only while supplies last, the Supreme Cinema release will include a ‘high-end’ clear case package and a 24-page booklet with rare photos, behind-the-scenes info, and an all-new exclusive written introduction from Director Francis Ford Coppola, reports DVD Active.
From award-winning director Francis Ford Coppola comes the remake of the classic and chilling tale about the devastatingly seductive Transylvanian prince (Gary Oldman) who travels from Eastern Europe to 19th century London in search of human love. After centuries alone in his crumbling castle, Dracula’s taste for humanity has grown bold with desire, drawing him out of seclusion. When the charismatic Dracula meets Mina (Winona Ryder), a young woman who appears as the reincarnation of his lost love, the two embark on a journey of romantic passion and horror. Now fully remastered in 4K, experience this sensual gothic spectacle like never before.
Both releases will include:
Dolby Atmos soundtrack (Dolby TrueHD 7.1 compatible)
Reflections in Blood: Francis Ford Coppola and Bram Stoker’s Dracula[/i]
Practical Magicians: A Collaboration Between Father and Son
Rare 1993 commentary with Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Coppola and Greg Cannom
Audio Commentary & Film Introduction by Director Francis Ford Coppola
4 Legacy Featurettes
Anchor Bay Films will release The Curse of Downer’s Grove in theaters on August 21st and on VOD, DVD and Blu-ray on September 1st.
Directed by Direck Martini, and taking place near my hometown in Illinois, the film is based on a true story. Bloody Disgusting inow has the trailer for the pic, which stars Lucas Till, Bella Heathcote, Penelope Mitchell, Kevin Zegers, and Tom Arnold!
“The town of Downers Grove looks like your average suburban neighborhood — but Downers Grove has a disturbing secret…. For the past eight years, one senior from every high school graduating class has met a bizarre death right before graduation day. And this year, Chrissie Swanson (Bella Heathcote) has a terrible feeling that she is going to be the one to die. Can Chrissie survive the curse of Downers Grove or will she, like those seniors before her, fall prey to the town’s deadly secret?“
Working in a cinema growing up I got used to being around movie theatre drama.
Getting soaked in piss when washrooms leaked during Finding Nemo on opening weekend, Kill Bill being shown instead of the same fishy flick & projectile puking during the rib rip in the Saw movie sequel I forget the digit of. It seems Canada has it’s own share of issues when presenting films.
Case in point happened during the female body horror Bite at Fantasia International Film Festival. The filmmakers thinking they might cause a stir in stomachs were wise enough to give out barf bags to patrons attending the big screen debut but nothing could have prepared them for this outcome.
Via the festival co-director:
I leave the BITE premiere for all of ten minutes and the following text lights up my phone: “2 people,fainted. One girl is puking and another hit his head on stairs”. Truth.
Dubbed as a “new kind of horror film”, Miguel Ángel Vivas’ Extinction is out now via VOD and we’re here to bring you a fresh and unique look into the film by going behind-the-scenes on Sergio Moure De Oteyza‘s score. Below is a video that interviews De Oteyza about the purpose of the music in the movie as well as giving us a chance to hear the music itself.
The synopsis for Extinction reads:
For nine years, Patrick (Matthew Fox), Jack (Jeffrey Donovan) and his daughter Lu (Quinn McColgan) have outlasted the zombie apocalypse by shutting themselves off in the snowbound town of Harmony. The monsters have seemingly disappeared, with no sign of other survivors, but the constant fear of the unknown is starting to take a toll on this makeshift family. When Patrick goes scavenging for food, he discovers the undead have returned and evolved into something terrifying, beyond imagination. Will the last breath of the human race survive a second zombie apocalypse?
The soundtrack will be made available this Friday.
Not to be confused with the awesome The Final Girls, check out this new clip from Tyler Shields’ Final Girl, which shows Wes Bentley training a young Abigail Breslin for revenge.
“Breslin plays Veronica, the new girl in school. She’s shy and vulnerable, the perfect target for a group of teenage boys who lure girls into the woods to hunt and kill them for sport. It’s only after they get her alone that she turns the tables on them, escaping and revealing she’s armed and knows how to defend herself…
Little do they know, Veronica is an assassin-in-training, and she’s chosen killing these boys as her final test. When the dust clears, Veronica will find out if she can be the final girl these boys ever have a chance to hurt.”
Final Girl hits VOD platforms August 14th.
In this new clip from Joel Edgerton’s The Gift (read our review), Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall receive an unwanted present that appears nice in nature – but Bateman’s character still thinks the gift-giver is a “weirdo”.
The Gift is now in theaters via new distribution company, STX.
“Can you really go through life having never wronged anyone? Even if you are unaware of how, or when, and even who you may have wronged….chances are there is someone out there who won’t ever forget it…or you.
Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall) are a young married couple whose life is going just as planned until a chance encounter with an acquaintance from Simon’s high school sends their world into a harrowing tailspin. Simon doesn’t recognize Gordo (Joel Edgerton) at first, but after a seemingly coincidental series of encounters proves troubling, a horrifying secret from their past is uncovered after nearly 20 years. As Robyn learns the unsettling truth about what happened between Simon and Gordo, she starts to question: how well do we really know the people closest to us, and are past bygones ever really bygones?“
After Dark Films ‘8 Films to Die For’ lineup continues to be revealed one-by-one.
Now, Bloody Disgusting learned that The Wicked Within is set to snag the 3rd spot in the horror festival.
Directed by Jay Alaimo and produced by Gianni Capaldi and Enzo Cilenti, we scored the official trailer and one-sheet for the pic that stars Karen Austin (Summer Rental), Gianni Capaldi (Blood of Redemption), Enzo Cilenti (Guardians of the Galaxy), Sienna Guillory (Resident Evil), Michele Hicks (Mulholland Drive), and Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight).
“When a little girl dies, her family gathers to mourn the loss. Yet the pain is not forgotten and a vengeful demon spirit takes possession of a vulnerable family member tearing at the ties that bind them all together. One by one, it forces each family member to confess to his or her buried lies and face the morbid consequences of their sins.”
‘8 Films to Die For’ will be released in theaters on October 16, 2015, with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment handling all ancillary forms of media, including Digital HD, DVD and VOD.
Australia’s Kimble Rendall has set China-Australia co-production The Nest 3D as his next project after his debut film Bait 3D, pictured, scored with Chinese audiences, says Variety.
The story involves the innocent discovery of a well preserved mummified emperor from 200 BC that unlocks a 2,000 year old nightmare and secrets that should have remained buried.
“When a scientist disappears in the Chinese desert an international team of colleagues embarks on a search and rescue mission. Once in the wild a flash fire forces the search party into an abandoned building where they find themselves besieged by an even more terrifying threat driven to the surface by the heat.: swarms of flesh eating Funnel webs.”
The English-language picture will start pre-production next month and shoot from late October.
Production is by Arclight Films International and Nest Holdings with Mike Gabrawy and Elliot Tong as executive producers.
ABC has snagged the tentatively titled “Monstropolis“, a new horror drama that is written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, the duo who were behind Saw IV and Saw V. The show, which is being produced by Aaron Kaplan, has landed at ABC after a lengthy bidding war and has been given a big put pilot commitment. A “put pilot” is a show that is guaranteed to air on-network. If it does not air, there is often a rather heft penalty to the studio.
According to Deadline, “Monstropolis” imagines a world where monsters and humans co-exist.
In Monstropolis, monsters are real, living amongst the humans in the city of New Manhattan (aka Monstropolis). But now someone is killing monsters, and it is up to one disgraced detective to stop the killer… or become the next victim.
Melton & Dunstan are currently working on Halloween Returns, with plans for Dunstan to direct. More information on that can be found here.
No other information has been released on “Monstropolis” but we’ll be sure to keep a close eye on this project.
The screenplay for The Purge was phenomenal. The movie was not.
Its sequel, The Purge: Anarchy, however, was pure 80’s-style action/revenge film bliss, partially so because of star Frank Grillo.
The sequel took it to the streets with Grillo’s character, letting viewers witness the events of the annual Purge outside of a house. Grillo played Sergeant, a man who seeks revenge on the night of The Purge, only to get pulled into protecting a group of people who are left without shelter as purging begins.
Now, according to Variety, Grillo will be back for The Purge 3, which also brings the return of series creator James DeMonaco to write and direct the latest sequel.
Our own personal hope is that they tell an origin story, or head to another settings, although Grillo’s return likely sets this as a direct sequel.
The films take place in a future where there is one day each year when all crime is legalized for a 12-hour period, described by the government as “The Purge.”
The Purge 3 is set to bow on July 1, 2016
With news that Milla Jovovich was heading to South Africa to begin pre-production on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, it was only a matter of time before casting news began to clone.
The first official returning Resident Evil cast member is fan fav Ali Larter, who is set to reprise as Claire Redfield in the final chapter of the Screen Gems post apocalyptic franchise, which has Paul W.S. Anderson back to direct a script he wrote.
In first actual story details, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter picks up after the events of Resident Evil: Retribution, as the Project Alice is forced to race against time before the villainous Red Queen attempts to destroy the final remnants of humanity.
The 2012 Resident Evil: Retribution left off at our Nation’s capitol, with the zombie army attacking the White House.
The film starts shooting this September in South Africa.
Constantin Film’s Robert Kulzer, Impact Pictures’ Jeremy Bolt, Davis-Films’ Samuel Hadida, and Anderson are producing and Martin Moszkowicz serving as executive producer.
New Line Cinema has just closed a deal to acquire The Children, a pitch by the writing team of Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis, reports Deadline. It’s being fast-tracked with production planned for early next year.
In the script a social worker investigating the mysterious disappearance of two children discovers her own family might also be in jeopardy.
Daughtry and Iaconis made the 2013 Black List for their spec “Elsewhere,” and they just adapted the Spanish film Sleep Tight, pictured, for producers Peter Block and Guy Stodel.
[REC]‘s Jaume Balagueró helmed Filmax’s 2011 thriller that follows a woman stalked by the building’s landlord.
Word has just come that the hashtagged horror flick #Horror has found itself distribution out of Cannes from IFC Midnight. Look for release details soon.
Chloe Sevigny stars with Timothy Hutton, Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Stella Schnabel, and Balthazar Getty. The full cast includes Sadie Seelert, Haley Murphy, Bridget McGarry, Blue Lindeberg, Mina Sudwall, Emma Adler, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, and Lydia Hearst.
Fashion line creator and actor Tara Subkoff makes her feature-length directorial debut with the film.
Inspired by actual events, #HORROR centers on a group of 12-year-old girls who face a night of terror when the compulsive addiction of an online social media game turns a moment of cyber-bullying to a night of insanity. #HORROR examines a world of escalating cruelty and alienation through an online game where scoring “likes” comes at the cost of human lives.