Fun Animated Videos Highlight the Evolution of Horror Icons

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/07/2018 - 11:19

For better or worse, our favorite franchise villains evolved a whole lot over the years. Jason Voorhees went from a misshapen boy to a metallic space monster, while Michael Myers went from a normal-sized creep to a bearded hobo in a pro wrestler’s body.

Watching that evolution is always fascinating, and YouTube channel Tell It Animated recently began chronicling the progression of the genre’s most iconic villains with a series of fun animated videos that run through all the different looks of guys like Jay and Mike.

The videos, written/designed/animated by Aaron Lecours, also serve as quick and to-the-point rundowns of franchise storylines, brushing you up in mere minutes.

Enjoy. And let the channel know which icon you want to see next!

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‘Black Water’ Sequel Heading Into ‘The Abyss’

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/07/2018 - 10:44

The team behind the 2007 survival thriller Black Water are reuniting to make a sequel, with Altitude Film Sales on board and set to introduce it to buyers in Berlin at the EFM, Variety writes.

Director and producer team Andrew Traucki (The Reef) and Michael Robertson are making Black Water: Abyss and hoping to repeat the success of the original 2007 feature, which was set in Australia’s mangrove swamps and inspired by a real-life crocodile attack.

“Black Water: Abyss follows an adventure-loving couple who convince their friends to explore a remote cave system in the forests of Northern Australia. With a storm approaching, they abseil into the mouth of the cave, which starts to flood, and find themselves threatened by a pack of crocodiles, setting up a tense survival drama.

Mike Runagall from Altitude said the sequel will retain the feel of the original, which largely eschewed CGI and was shot with live crocodiles. “Black Water: Abyss employs the same ingenious approach on a much larger canvas to deliver a highly commercial high-concept thriller from a team with a proven track record in this arena,” he said.

Producer Robertson added: “Like all films in this genre, Black Water: Abyss is designed to terrify and scare, cause dread and alarm, to invoke our worst hidden fears – in this case, a fear heavily imprinted in our genes, the fear of being eaten alive by a vicious, unreasoning predator.”

Casting is underway. It was written by Sarah Smith and Ian John Ridley.

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Raven Banner Taking Nightmarish Fairytale ‘Snowflake’ to EFM

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/07/2018 - 10:37

Toronto-based genre specialist Raven Banner has boarded action title Snowflake by Adolfo Kolmerer and William James and will launch worldwide sales at the EFM in Berlin next week, says Screen Daily.

Snowflake, which premiered at the Cinepocalypse Film Festival in Chicago, takes place in a Berlin set in the near future as gang members hunt down the murderer of their families and find themselves trapped inside a nightmarish fairytale contained within a screenplay written by a demented dentist.

En route to justice, the individuals get sucked into a vicious circle of revenge and must contend with a cast of wicked characters ranging from assassins to madmen to a blood-soaked angel.

Arend Remmers wrote the screenplay to Snowflake and Erkan Acar produced with Reza Brojerdi and Adrian Topol.

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Josh Brolin’s Cable Gets His Own ‘Deadpool 2’ Trailer!

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/07/2018 - 10:22

Twentieth Century Fox just shared a brand new trailer for Deadpool 2 that solely focuses on Josh Brolin‘s Cable! The trailer goes from deadpan serious to comedy when Ryan Reynolds‘ Deadpool pops in about halfway through and makes a joke about Henry Cavill’s Superman mustache in Justice League.

Here’s the only synopsis provided for the film in theaters May 18, 2018:

After surviving a near-fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover.

The new cast includes Josh Brolin as CableZazie Beetz as Domino, with Monica Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Jack Kesy, Stefan Kapicic, Julian Dennison, and Leslie Uggams.

David Leitch (John Wick) is directing from a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.

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‘The Cured’ Art Reflects On That Time This Guy Was a Zombie

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 20:15

Ellen Page (Hard Candy, Flatliners) stars in the post-Zombie-era drama The Cured, which IFC Films acquired out of the Toronto International Film Festival. Now, they’ll release it in limited theaters and on VOD platforms February 23, 2018. Here’s a brand new piece of art that switches up a really cool moment in the film by having the “cured” reflect on his time as a zombie…

Our very own Joe Lipsett was at the premiere and wrote, “The Cured is social drama with horror undertones”:

“The Cured may not be the killer new zombie film that horror enthusiasts are thirsting for, but it clearly still has its brains.”

In Irish director David Freyne‘s directorial debut, “The film unfolds in the aftermath of a devastating virus which transformed the infected into zombie-like monsters. Mankind is struggling to rebuild societies deeply divided between the uninfected and those who did succumb to the virus and are still haunted by their violent actions. In the backdrop, the rise of a terrorist movement threatens to plunge the world into chaos again.

Sam Keeley (Anthropoid, In the Heart of the Sea), Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (Avengers: Infinity War, The Infiltrator), and Paula Malcomson (The Hunger Games trilogy, “Ray Donovan”) also star.

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Future ‘Cloverfield’ Films Reportedly Going to Theaters Rather Than Netflix

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 18:38

The Super Bowl brought with it the massive surprise that not only was Julius Onah’s formerly titled God Particle, now known as The Cloverfield Paradox, acquired by Netflix, but it also hit the streaming service immediately after the Super Bowl came to a close. Awesome, but what does that mean for the future of the universe?

More specifically, are all things Cloverfield now hitting Netflix, rather than getting theatrical releases from Paramount? According to The Wrap, that’s *not* the case.

Sources have indicated to the site that The Cloverfield Paradox was unloaded on Netflix as a means to quickly make some money off the film, but Paramount is still planning on releasing subsequent installments in the unconventional franchise to theaters. That begins with the tentatively titled Overlord, set for October 26 release.

We had recently heard that new Paramount chairman Jim Gianopulos was combing through Paramount’s slate of upcoming films and deciding what should be released into theaters and what shouldn’t; The Cloverfield Paradox of course didn’t make the theatrical cut, thus the Netflix release, but that’s expected to be a one-off situation.

In Overlord, “On the eve of D-Day, a group of American paratroopers are dropped behind enemy lines to carry out a mission crucial to the invasion’s success, but as they approach their target, they begin to realize there is more going on in this Nazi-occupied village than a simple military operation. They find themselves fighting against supernatural forces, part of a Nazi experiment.”

Directed by Julius Avery, Overlord stars Jovan Adepo and Wyatt Russell (“Black Mirror”), with Jacob Anderson (“Game of Thrones”), Dominic Applewhite (The King’s Speech), Pilou Asbaek (“Game of Thrones”), Iain de Caestecker (“Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.”), John Magaro (The Big Short), Mathilde Ollivier (The Misfortunes of Francois Jane), and Bokeem Woodbine (“Fargo”).

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First Look at Lily Collins as Ted Bundy’s Girlfriend in ‘Extremely Wicked’

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 18:26

Director Joe Berlinger’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile is currently shooting in Covington, Kentucky, with Zac Efron in the role of serial killer Ted Bundy.

The film is told from the point of view of Bundy’s former girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, set during the multi-year period that Bundy hid his murder spree from her.

Lily Collins co-stars as Kloepfer, and Efron shared our first look at Ted & Liz this week.

John Malkovich, Jim Parsons, Jeffrey Donovan and Grace Victoria Cox also star.

Bundy was executed in 1989. Shortly before his execution, he confessed to 30 homicides committed in seven states between 1974 and 1978.

The original screenplay, written by Michael Werwie, won the Nicholl Fellowship first prize and was featured on the Black List.

When Ted met Liz #behindthescenes

Milla Jovovich Replaces Olivia Munn in Sci-fi Thriller ‘Hummingbird’

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 17:46

Milla Jovovich may be done with the Resident Evil film franchise, but we expect she’ll be kicking a whole lot of ass in Hummingbird, which she’s signed on for this week.

Deadline reports tonight that Jovovich has replaced Olivia Munn in the sci-fi/thriller/action movie, described as being in the vein of Lucy and the Bourne films.

“The story centers on a female assassin whose latest mark catapults her on a journey of shocking self-discovery.”

Jovovich’s husband/frequent collaborator Paul W.S. Anderson is writing a revision of John McClain’s script, which was featured on the Black List.

Marcus Kryler and Fredrik Akerström will direct. Fundamental’s Mark Gao and Gregory Ouanhon are producing with Todd Garner for Broken Road. Fundamental’s Gary Glushon will executive produce.

Shooting begins this Summer.

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It’s a Full Night of Chaos In ‘Eat Me’ [Exclusive Trailer]

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 17:31

Blue Fox Entertainment is carving out a night of chaos when they release Eat Me in theaters on March 2, 2018, and on VOD platforms March 6, 2018.

Eat Me is acclaimed playwright Jacqueline Wright’s cutting-edge feature adaptation of her LA Weekly nominated play, directed by Adrian A. Cruz (co-creator, “Ascension”) and produced by Flo Speakman and Dena Hysell.

Wright stars alongside Brad Carter (“True Detective, Ascension) and Michael Samus Wiles (“Breaking Bad, Fight Club) in the film that takes place over the course of one torturous night when a suicidal woman and the violent home intruder that saved her life test the limits of human endurance and the boundaries of forgiveness.

Bloody Disgusting has the exclusive trailer drop that promises all sorts of insanity that takes place on one fateful night.

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McFarlane Puts New “Walking Dead” Action Figure Set Up for Pre-Order

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 17:26

You can soon recreate the moment Rick, Daryl and Jesus crossed paths in “The Walking Dead” with McFarlane’s “Allies Deluxe Box Set,” which includes three 5″ figures of Rick, Daryl and Jesus. What makes this set extra special is it features the first 5″ figure of Jesus in the McFarlane line – fitting given it recreates his first appearance on the show!

Set to begin shipping in June, the set includes:

  • Three fully posable 5-inch figures of Rick, Daryl and Jesus
  • Features weapon accessories: Rick’s Colt Python, Daryl’s Pistol & Knife, and Jesus’ Colt AR-15A2, Pistol and alternate hands
  • Figures feature 22+ points of articulation
  • Spectacular likeness of Rick, Daryl and Jesus taken from 3D scans of actors
  • AMC’s The Walking Dead themed window box packaging prominently displaying the figures and accessories

Pre-order yours for $34.99 through the McFarlane online shop.

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Weaponized Graboids On the Attack In ‘Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell’ [Trailer]

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 17:00

While we wait for the “Tremors” television series to get off the ground, Universal Home Entertainment is moving forward with the newly minted sequel Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell, the sixth film in the franchise directed by Don Michael Paul (Sniper: Legacy, Tremors 5: Bloodlines) from a script by John Whelpley (Tremors 5: Bloodlines, Dallas). It will be released May 1 on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD, Digital, and On Demand.

In the film, Burt Gummer (Michael Gross) and his son Travis Welker (Jamie Kennedy) find themselves up to their ears in Graboids and Ass-Blasters when they head to Canada to investigate a series of deadly giant-worm attacks. Arriving at a remote research facility in the artic tundra, Burt begins to suspect that Graboids are secretly being weaponized, but before he can prove his theory, he is sidelined by Graboid venom. With just 48 hours to live, the only hope is to create an antidote from fresh venom — but to do that, someone will have to figure out how to milk a Graboid!”

Here’s the trailer to go along with awesome artwork and several stills (via Fandom):

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Something Pretty Crazy Happens When You Sync ‘Cloverfield’ and ‘Cloverfield Paradox’

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 16:41

Knowing J.J. Abrams, we’re thinking this was probably intentional.

A good part of the fun of the Cloverfield movies is the fan theorizing that the ARG is very much designed to bring out, and you’d be hard pressed to find fans of any franchise that are more invested in their fav franchise than fans of all things Cloverfield. They’re borderline obsessive about the whole thing, and I know this because I am one of them.

It’s this wonderful obsession that resulted in Reddit user DubC-Ent discovering something mighty compelling about Cloverfield and The Cloverfield Paradox.

As we recently laid out with the help of a handy chart, the gist of the universe is that the events of the future-set Cloverfield Particle ripped holes in space-time, spilling out otherworldly monsters in different worlds and at different points in time. In other words, the Shepard directly caused the events of both Cloverfield and 10 Cloverfield Lane.

So what did DubC-Ent discover, you ask? Well, as it turns out, the Shepard opens up the dimension-hopping rift at 18 minutes, 20 seconds into The Cloverfield Paradox, which is exactly the same point in time that the monster begins his destruction in Cloverfield!

Explained by Reddit’s CamCam3947:

  • 18:20 in Paradox is when they run the Shepard and it causes the incident transporting them through dimensions
  • 18:20 in Cloverfield is when the first noises are heard and the lights go out at Rob’s party.

Yes, if you sync up Cloverfield and The Cloverfield Paradox, the movies interact with one another, highlighting that one film’s events directly cause the other’s!

Mind you, this *could* all be unintentional, but it’s a crazy little treat regardless…

There is a HUGE parallel between Cloverfield (2008) and Cloverfield paradox (2018) that occurs when watching both movies at the same time from r/Cloververse

Read comments please from r/Cloververse

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[Video] The ‘Leatherface’ Alternate Ending is WAY Nastier!

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 16:01

After spending a long time on a shelf, Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Leatherface, a prequel to the original classic, was finally unleashed late last year. The film hit DVD and Blu-ray in December, and the discs were home to a handful of deleted scenes as well as an alternate ending that we wanted to shine the spotlight on today.

Reddit user Poland626 brought the alternate ending to our attention over the weekend, which is quite a bit darker and way more gruesome than the film’s actual ending. In the version I personally saw, Jedidah Saywer officially becomes Leatherface when he cuts a woman named Elizabeth’s head off with a chainsaw, turning her face into a mask.

In the alternate ending, however, Jedidah takes things one step further.

Rather than cutting off Elizabeth’s head, the young Leatherface cuts off the bottom half of her face, which he uses to complete his very first skin mask. We then realize that Elizabeth has actually been kept alive, at least for the time being; half of her face is missing, a giant wound has been cut into her leg, and she’s dangling from a meat hook.

This darker version of events can be watched below. Must note that the audio is weirdly from the film’s other ending, but what really matters here are the visuals anyway.

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[Trailer] AMC Series “James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction” Arrives in April

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 15:19

Originally announced last year, AMC’s “Visionaries” series will provide multi-part looks at the histories of specific genres, and first up in the series is “James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction,which will be premiering on the network April 30 at 10/9c.

“From the acclaimed filmmaker behind legendary sci-fi films The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Avatar, this documentary series explores the evolution of sci-fi from its origins as a small genre with a cult following to the blockbuster pop-cultural phenomenon we know today.”

“In each episode, James Cameron introduces one of the “Big Questions” that humankind has contemplated throughout the ages and reaches back into sci-fi’s past to better understand how our favorite films, TV shows, books, and video games were born. Cameron and his contemporaries – Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Ridley Scott, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Christopher Nolan and many more who have helped fuel sci-fi’s spectacular growth over the last several decades – debate the merits, meanings, and impacts of the films and novels that influenced them and discuss where the genre — and our species — might be going in the future.”

Check out a promo teaser for the series below and keep your eyes peeled for the Eli Roth-hosted “History of Horror,” also scheduled to arrive on AMC this year!

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[Review] ‘Victor Crowley’ Should Have Stayed Dead

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 15:07

Horror fans were irate when they learned that Kane Hodder had been replaced as Jason Voorhees in New Line Cinema’s Freddy vs. Jason (2003). Independent filmmaker Adam Green‘s response was to create his own throwback slasher and cast Hodder as the film’s iconic villain. Hatchet (2006) introduced Hodder’s Victor Crowley, the bayou-butcher who hacks up a group of tourists during a New Orleans haunted swamp tour. It hit the slasher sweet-spot, mixing innocent humor with incredibly well done over-the-top special effects. While Hatchet has since become an iconic franchise, none of the sequels have been able to recreate the magic of the first film. The latest, Victor Crowley, is easily the worst of the bunch.

Taking place a decade after the events in Hatchet, lone-survivor Andrew Yong (Parry Shen) has become a celebrity and best-selling author. The film, written and directed by Green, painstakingly follows Yong as he appears on a morning talk show, signs books for fans, and takes off on a private jet to return to the location of the infamous murders. You see, Yong has been offered a hilarious great sum of money to do an on-location interview…

Meanwhile, a film crew are working on their own film about the murders and are planning to shoot a trailer to show financiers. While location scouting, they perform the same voodoo curse that gave birth to Victor Crowley, which causes the plane to fall out of the sky and the bayou-butcher to return.

While Hatchet cruised along with frantic energy, Victor Crowley is painfully slow, with each and every pointless scene feeling as excruciating as a visit to the dentist. Green somehow hits rock bottom with Victor Crowley, digressing the franchise from a wickedly fun and inspired slasher to a Troma-esque dick joke. That’s not hyperbole as there’s literally a moment where a “fan” places his penis on a table and asks Yong to sign it (albeit, they don’t actually show it). A complete deviation from the spirit of the first Hatchet (imagine if the next Friday the 13th was all dick and fart jokes), most of the comedy is insufferable and juvenile.

Another crime is the underwhelming special effects that look astoundingly cheap, which may or may not have been because of Green’s decision to hang on every shot for way too long. And much like the film’s tone, the death sequences are another insult to Hatchet, shifting from dead-pan serious to goofy winks that are trying way too hard to be funny. In fact, even the finale is bogged down by a continual attempt at humor in which Green force-feeds jokes into a sequence where Crowley stands around waiting for something to happen.

Honestly, it’s a bit startling to see the digression from Hatchet to Victor Crowley. I think it’s fair to call this one of the worst sequels in a long time, if not one of the most disappointing. Victor Crowley should have stayed dead.

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“Fear the Walking Dead” Becomes a “Much Different Show” in Season 4

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 15:04

The fourth season of AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” will arrive on Sunday, April 15, and we can expect that it’ll be the most interesting season of the series to date. For starters, it’ll see the arrival of “The Walking Dead” character Morgan Jones, which immediately makes Season 4 a must-watch for all fans of this particular franchise.

With a new showrunner also on board for Season 4, “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman promises that some big time changes are coming this year.

I don’t want to spoil anything story-wise, but we are changing things a great deal,” Robert Kirkman tells EW. “It’s going to be a much different show that is not going to alienate any viewers that have been enjoying the show from season 1 to 3, but will give those people new things to love, and new characters to latch onto. It’s really going to shake things up.”

Kirkman also spoke specifically about Morgan crossing over.

When Scott [Gimple] suggested moving Morgan over, it seemed like a really great idea and a really cool way to bring things in,” he told the site. “I know the audience doesn’t really know exactly how that makes sense yet, or what’s actually coming of it. As the year progresses and you see exactly what it is, you’ll see that it’s going to be a really great story for Morgan that will give us a lot of cool insight into his character.”

“In Season 4, we will see the world of Madison Clark and her family through new eyes — the eyes of Morgan Jones, joining the story from the world of “The Walking Dead.” The characters’ immediate past mixes with an uncertain present of struggle and discovery as they meet new friends, foes, and threats. They fight for each other, against each other, and against a legion of the dead to somehow build an existence against the crushing pressure of lives coming apart. There will be darkness and light; terror and grace; the heroic, mercenary, and craven – all crashing together towards a new reality.”

Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo and Danay Garcia are all back for “Fear the Walking Dead” Season 4.

Garret Dillahunt, Jenna Elfman, Maggie Grace, Evan Gamble and Kevin Zegers all join the cast this year, along with “The Walking Dead” star Lennie James as Morgan Jones.

Season 4 marks the departure of original showrunner Dave Erickson, with Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg (“Once Upon a Time”) filling in, alongside Scott M. Gimple.

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Hilary Duff Playing Sharon Tate in Horror Film ‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate’

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 14:23

As always, there are a handful of Charles Manson-related projects in the works right now, with Quentin Tarantino working on a film that’s set during the time of the infamous Manson Family murders and American Psycho director Mary Harron set to direct Matt Smith as Manson in Charlie Says. Another project will focus on victim Sharon Tate.

Deadline reports that Hilary Duff has signed on to play Sharon Tate in Skyline’s The Haunting of Sharon Tate, described as a psychological horror film.

“The film, written and directed by Daniel Farrands, takes a look at the last days leading up to Tate’s murder from her point of view. The plot is inspired by an actual quote from Tate, from an interview published a year before her death, wherein she reveals having dreams about ghosts haunting her house and foreseeing her own death at the hands of a satanic cult.”

Lucas Jarach and Eric Brenner are producing, with Jim Jacobsen and Jorge Garcia Castro executive producing.

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Choke Down This ‘Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block’ Clip [Exclusive]

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 14:02

Syfy’s has served up an exclusive first clip from their Creepypasta-inspired “Channel Zero”, which continues with “Butcher’s Block” tomorrow night! One of the most disturbing shots in the trailer was when a young girl, in the middle of taking a bath, eats something both fleshy and disgusting. In this extended take, we can see that it’s way worse than initially shown as the “meat” she’s eating, well, it came from her…

Inspired by Kerry Hammond’s “Search and Rescue Woods” Creepypasta tale, “Butcher’s Block” tells the story of a young woman named Alice (It Follows‘s Olivia Luccardi) who moves to a new city and learns about a series of disappearances that may be connected to a baffling rumor about mysterious staircases in the city’s worst neighborhoods. With help from her sister, they discover that something is preying on the city’s residents.

Blade Runner and Hobo With a Shotgun‘s Rutger Hauer plays the lead villain, Joseph Peach, a 1950s meatpacking magnate who grew increasingly reclusive and then disappeared after his beloved daughters were murdered.

Serve or be served…

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Matt Smith Playing Charles Manson in ‘American Psycho’ Director’s ‘Charlie Says’

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 13:59

We told you just about one month ago that Matt Smith (“Doctor Who”) was in talks to play Charles Manson in a film being directed by Mary Harron (American Psycho), which was at the time titled The Family. Today brings confirmation that Smith has officially signed on, along with news of a title change.

Via THR, The Family is now titled Charlie Says, the plot focused on the three “Manson Family” women who were sentenced to death in Manson’s infamous murder case.

Suki Waterhouse has also joined the cast, along with Hannah Murray, Odessa Young, Marianne Rendon, Carla Gugino, Kaylie Carter and Merritt Wever.

“Charlie Says will focus on the three young women (Murray, Young and Rendon) who were sentenced to death following the infamous murder case of Manson (Smith). When the death penalty was lifted, their sentence became life imprisonment. One young graduate student, Karlene Faith (Wever), was sent in to teach them, and through her the film will follow their transformations as they face the reality of their horrific crimes.”

The script by Turner is based on Faith’s nonfiction book The Long Prison Journey of Leslie van Houten: Life Beyond The Cult and Ed Sanders’ controversial 1971 novel about the Manson Family murders, The Family.

Jeremy M. Rosen and Kevin Shulman are producing via their Roxwell Films banner, while David Hillary will executive produce alongside Dana Guerin and Michael Guerin.

Production is set start this Spring in Los Angeles.

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[Trailer] Nightmarish Game ‘The Peterson Case’ Set After Events of Roswell Crash

bloody disgusting - Tue, 02/06/2018 - 13:29

His name is Franklin Reinhardt. And this is the night he was taken.

What crashed in Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947? Was it merely a weather balloon, as we’ve been told, or was it an alien spacecraft, as theorists have led us to wonder? We may never know, but god damn is that the perfect set up for a creepy horror game.

The Peterson Case, a first person horror game that’s coming soon to PS4, Xbox and PC from Quarter Circle Games, uses the mysterious incident as its jumping off point.

You play as Detective Reinhardt as he unravels a terrifying mystery…

Set in 1947. In a location near the Roswell UFO incident. You will play as an experienced detective who has been called in to find information and clues about a missing family. Franklin soon discovers that there is an unearthly presence within the house that is hot on his tail – but can he solve the crime before it’s too late?

The Peterson Case promises to “strike the perfect balance between atmospheric horror, suspenseful narrative and engaging puzzles, taking the player through a unique experience which is rare within the horror genre.”

Check out the gameplay trailer below.

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