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Godzilla Vs. Kong Wraps Shooting in Australia

Godzilla Vs. Kong Wraps Shooting in Australia
This May, Trick or Treat and Krampus director Michael Dougherty will unleash Godzilla: King of the Monsters starring Vera Farmiga and Millie Bobby Brown on the masses in a theater near you. For those who might not know, the film is the follow-up to Gareth Edwards's Godzilla starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, and Bryan Cranston and in a roundabout way Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Kong: Skull Island starring Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Goodman. This summer's new film will then soon be followed up by director Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs Kong. And speaking of Wingard's epic monster mash, today we have word that Godzilla vs. Kong has wrapped shooting. Woo-Hoo!

One of the main reasons this here horror fan is looking forward to checking out Godzilla vs. Kong is that the movie hails to us from director Adam Wingard. For those who might not be
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‘Body at Brighton Rock’ Trailer: If the Creepy Drifters Don’t Get You, the Bear Will

Magnolia Pictures has unveiled the trailer for “Body at Brighton Rock,” which just had its world premiere at South by Southwest. Directed by Roxanne Benjamin, who made her feature debut with “Southbound” and also contributed to the “Xx” anthology — it stars Karina Fontes as a park guide who comes across a dead body and is forced to deal with the aftermath on her lonesome.

Here’s the official synopsis: “Wendy, a part-time summer employee at a mountainous state park, takes on a rough trail assignment at the end of the season, trying to prove to her friends that she’s capable enough to do the job. When she takes a wrong turn and ends up deep in the backcountry, she stumbles upon what might be a potential crime scene. Stuck with no communication after losing her radio and with orders to guard the site, Wendy must fight the urge to
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Adam Wingard’s ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Begins Fully Casting

Adam Wingard’s ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Begins Fully Casting
Brian Tyree Henry, who is coming off his Emmy-nominated performance in “Atlanta” Season 2, will star opposite “Stranger Things'” Millie Bobby Brown in Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong, reports Variety. Adam Wingard (A Horrible Way to Die, V/H/S, V/H/S/2, The Guest, You’re Next, Blair Witch) is directing with Henry also joining Deadpool 2 star Julian Dennison. Plot details are […]
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Full Trailer for Badass Indonesian Action Film 'The Night Comes For Us'

"Maybe... just maybe... I can change my fate." Netflix has unleashed a badass official trailer for The Night Comes For Us, the new action film from Indonesian filmmaker Timo Tjahjanto. This action extravaganza has been playing huge at genre festivals and it's been earning rave reviews from everyone who has experienced it so far. The film is about a gangland enforcer named Ito, played by Joe Taslim, who decides to return home and leave the Tried but ends up in the most dangerous fight of his life. Co-starring Iko Uwais from The Raid, plus Julie Estelle, Sunny Pang, Zack Lee, Shareefa Daanish. I just saw this in Sitges and it's awesome - the most insane, violent, jaw-dropping action film I've seen in a long time. Not much I've seen is this good. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Timo Tjahjanto's The Night Comes For Us, direct from ...
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‘Apostle’ Review: Netflix Thriller With Dan Stevens Is Ludicrous, Bloody Mayhem from ‘The Raid’ Director — Fantastic Fest

‘Apostle’ Review: Netflix Thriller With Dan Stevens Is Ludicrous, Bloody Mayhem from ‘The Raid’ Director — Fantastic Fest
Anyone familiar with the brutal martial showdowns of Indonesian thriller “The Raid: Redemption” and its sequel will go into “Apostle” expecting the wrong movie. In this gnarly occult thriller set on an island full of devious people in 1902, writer-director Gareth EvansNetflix thriller trades the intensity of hand-to-hand combat for a ludicrous mishmash of gore, espionage, estranged family dynamics, and half-formed supernatural conceits. At over two hours, Evans demonstrates a formidable commitment to seeing this unseemly formula through, with the sort of mixed results of a visionary filmmaker launching into unwieldy terrain. The visceral intensity is there, delivered in shocking bursts of sudden twists not unlike the jarring fisticuffs that dominated “The Raid,” but it tends to dangle with a grotesque emptiness at odds with the material.

At first, “Apostle” sets the stage for a daring rescue mission. Thomas Richardson, the estranged son of a wealthy British family, gets recruited
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Apostle Review [Fantastic Fest 2018]

Gareth Evans’ Apostle is a slow-burn detour around the director’s bruiser action sensibilities (The Raid franchise). More a feature reimagining of “Safe Haven,” that wicked cultist V/H/S/2 segment Evans co-directed with Indonesia’s Timo Tjahjanto, with a heavy emphasis on “slow-burn.” At 129 minutes, Evans explores a secluded hideaway settled by escaped “traitors” and overseen by a female goddess. Themes toy with sacrifice, blood donation, and a mother’s nurturing strength. It’s at times terrifying, at times plodding, but altogether a chill-worthy tale of revenge, discovery, and blind devotion to steadfast faith (that I wish Netflix would release in theaters because wow does the cinematography impress).

Dan Stevens stars as Thomas Richardson, an ex-priest and brother who must invade a naturalist cult to save his kidnapped sister. All Prophet Malcolm (Michael Sheen) wants is a ransom payday from Thomas’ father, but the furious son is not there to pay off ill deeds.
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First Trailer for Gareth Evans' Cult Horror 'Apostle' with Dan Stevens

"Your eyes... they've seen things. Who are you...?" Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for Gareth Evans' new film Apostle, his follow-up and latest film since making The Raid and The Raid 2, and the V/H/S/2 segment. Apostle is set to premiere at Fantastic Fest, then the Sitges Film Festival over the next month before arriving on Netflix. Set in 1905, the film is about a man who travels to a remote island to rescue his sister after she’s kidnapped by a mysterious religious cult demanding a ransom for her safe return. It soon becomes clear that the cult will rue the day it baited this man, as he digs deeper and deeper into the secrets and lies upon which the commune is built. Starring Dan Stevens, Lucy Boynton, Mark Lewis Jones, Michael Sheen, Kristine Froseth, Bill Milner, Elen Rhys, and Annes Elwy. This looks super creepy and twisted, extra intense and ultra violent,
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Fantastic Fest Announces First Wave of Lineup, Including Lee Chang-dong’s Cannes Favorite ‘Burning’

Fantastic Fest Announces First Wave of Lineup, Including Lee Chang-dong’s Cannes Favorite ‘Burning’
Entering its 14th year as one of the country’s leading genre festivals, Fantastic Fest announced its first round of titles, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. The Austin-based festival will host the world premieres of World War II horror-thriller “Overlord,” produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot, as well as “The Raid” director Gareth Evans’ gothic horror “Apostle,” starring Dan Stevens and Michael Sheen. Another alum from “The Raid,” Iko Uwais, leads “The Night Comes for Us,” a thrilling bone-cruncher from “V/H/S/2” scribe Timo Tjahjanto.

After a highly successful premiere at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, Lee Chang-dong’s “Burning” will play the festival ahead of its theatrical release later this year. Fantastic Fest will also shine a light on two rarely-screened South Korean films; “Ban Geum-ryeon,” from one of Park Chan-Wook’s directing idols Kim Ki-Young, and Park Nou-Sik’s “Quit Your Life.”

“To be able
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Watch: First Trailer for Kickstarter-Funded Film 'Down and Dangerous'

A smuggler bleeds like anyone else. He just gets more chances to prove it. I think what they prove here is how far you can go with a little bit of money. Our friends at The Film Stage have tipped us to a trailer for Down and Dangerous, directed by Zak Forsman and The Sabi Company, a cocaine smuggling drama starring John T. Woods (Heart of Now, S-vhs). Forsman is well known in the crowdfunding world for his many projects, but this is his latest, an impressively well-made microbudget crime thriller called Down and Dangerous that looks like it belongs at major film festivals. Give it a shot, you'll see it actually looks great. Watch the first official trailer for Zak Forsman's Down and Dangerous, found via The Film Stage: Always one step ahead of the Feds, Paul Boxer (Woods) is the most inventive and principled smuggler in the trade,
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“The Raid 2″ Is Coming

“The Raid 2″ Is Coming
The sequel to The Raid: Redemption is now in production in Indonesia, and we have 7 behind the scenes stills for the project from Gareth Huw. Check those out in the gallery below, followed by a press release on the project.

Los Angeles, CA (January 31, 2013) – Pt Merantau Films and Xyz Films announce the start of production for The Raid 2 (Indonesian title, The Raid 2: Berandal), the sequel to the wildly popular international hit The Raid (aka The Raid: Redemption). The film reunites writer/director Gareth Huw Evans with actor Iko Uwais, who will be reprising his starring role. Ario Sagantoro is producing for Pt Merantau Films, along with Nate Bolotin, Nick Spicer, Aram Tertzakian and Todd Brown for Xyz Films. Executive producing are Rangga Maya Barack-Evans and Irwan D. Mussry.

In addition to Uwais, the international cast includes Tio Pakusadewo, Putra Arifin Scheunamann, Julie Estelle, Alex Abbad and Roy Marten. The
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SXSW 2013 Midnight Movies Lineup

Less than a week ago we brought you the complete list of Narrative Features that will be spotlighted at this year's 2013 SXSW Film Festival taking place in Austin, TX from March 8-16. Today, SXSW made the additional announcement that many, including myself, have been waiting for; The Midnighters.

One of my favorite parts of the SXSW Film Festival is the Midnight Movies. The SXSW compiles the latest in Horror, Cult, and the absolutely insane and shows a different one each night at the South Lamar Drafthouse. Getting to watch these types of films late at night surrounded by fellow genre fans in one of the finest theatrical settings the Earth has ever known is literally every bit as awesome as it sounds.

Of the 9 announced Midnight feature films, the one I am most excited about is Rob Zombie's Lords of Salem. SXSW will be the movie's Us premiere, a
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'Stake Land' Star Nick Damici to Lead Cast of 'Late Phases'

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'Stake Land' Star Nick Damici to Lead Cast of 'Late Phases'
Mpi's Dark Sky Films has announced that Nick Damici, star of cult horror faves Stake Land and We Are What We Are, will lead the cast of Late Phases, the first English-language production from rising horror director Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Here Comes The Devil, Penumbra, Cold Sweat). Dark Sky is co-producing Late Phases with Zak Zeman's Site B Productions (S-vhs), and will also be joining forces again with Larry Fessenden's Glass Eye Pix (as they did previously on House of the Devil, Stake Land, The Innkeepers and more). The story focuses on a man who moves into a town where the residents are being killed by predators believed to be dogs... but after barely surviving one such attack, he discovers that the assailants are something even more dangerous. "We're excited to be working with Mpi Dark Sky again, with a great script and Damici in the lead,” said Fessenden.
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Casting News for Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Late Phases

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Penumbra and Here Comes The Devil director Adrian Garcia Bogliano is getting ready to shoot his latest film, Late Phases, and we have the first casting news:

Berlin (February 8, 2013) – Mpi’s Dark Sky Films, the preeminent independent producer-distributor of high-quality genre films, today announced in Berlin that actor Nick Damici (Stake Land, Premium Rush, We Are What We Are) is set to star in the upcoming Late Phases, directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Here Comes The Devil, Penumbra).

Mpi’s Dark Sky, who is co-producing Late Phases with Zak Zeman’s Site B Productions, has also announced that they will bring on Glass Eye Pix. Previous Dark Sky and Glass Eye collaborations include successful genre films such as The House of the Devil, Stake Land, The Innkeepers and others. Zak Zeman comes in fresh off the heels of his Sundance success with S-vhs. Brent Kunkle will produce for Glass Eye Pix
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SXSW: Check out the shlock-tastic poster for home video documentary 'Rewind This!' -- Exclusive Image

Do you have fond memories of renting films from old-school video stores (after, of course, you forked over 7 different types of identification and a $75 deposit)? Then the new documentary Rewind This!, which premieres at next month’s SXSW Film Festival, may well be up your alley.

Directed by Josh Johnson and featuring interviews with Troma legend Lloyd Kaufman, indie auteur Atom Egoyan, and Hobo With a Shotgun filmmaker Jason Eisener, amongst others, the film promises to be the “definitive story of the home video revolution.” Certainly, Rewind This! boasts one suitably ’80s-evoking, and very eye-catching, poster, which you can see,
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'The Lords of Salem,' 'Haunter' among SXSW midnight features

'The Lords of Salem,' 'Haunter' among SXSW midnight features
Giant alien spiders attacking Los Angeles, mysterious strangers, supernatural phenomena, and a vampire who falls for a screenwriter are just some of the strange and fascinating SXSW picks for their popular Midnighters program.

“We work year-round searching for films that will wow our audiences at Midnight. This year we scoured the globe and brought back a batch that we knew would truly satisfy the gore hounds of SXSW,” said SXSW Senior Programmer & Operations Manager Jarod Neece in a press release announcing the lineup, Wednesday. “Full of scares, sex, madness, laughs, chills and major mind f—-, we hope there’s a little something for everyone.
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SXSW 2013: you're Next, The Rambler, & (Renamed) V/H/S/2 Lead Midnight and Shorts Announcements

It's been a bit of a wait, but Adam Wingard's home invasion hoedown You're Next (our review) is finally being resuscitated. Although it was purchased after Tiff 2011, the film got caught in Lionsgate-Summit merger purgatory. It's now dated for August 2013, but the exciting news is that the film will make its triumphant return to the public eye with a midnight slot at SXSW 2013. Joining it will V/H/S/2 (somewhat disappointingly renamed from the clever S-vhs that premiered a few weeks ago at Sundance - our review), the world premiere of Vincenzo Natali's Splice follow-up, Haunter, and the reteaming of Pat Healy and Sara Paxton in E.L. Katz's Cheap Thrills. The Sundance premiering The Rambler (our review) and Tiff premiering Lords of Salem (our review) also...

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SXSW Midnight Lineup & Short Films Announced

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SXSW Midnight Lineup & Short Films Announced
Last week we gave you the breakdown on some cool horror titles and other genre-friendly entries from Austin's upcoming South By Southwest Festival, and now we've got even more good news: the promoters have now announced the fest's Midnighters lineup, as well as the short film selections – and there's a gold mine of horror entries in there too. The Midnighters include world premieres of Mike Mendez's monster epic Big Ass Spider! (formerly Mega Spider – check out our interview with Mike here), Vincenzo Natali' s Haunter starring Abigail Breslin, vampire romance Kiss of the Damned and supernatural thriller Cheap Thrills. Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem will see its Us premiere, and S-vhs (aka V/Hs/2) will also be screening, along with Adam Wingard's You're Next. The short film lineup is huge, weighing in at over a hundred selections, with many horror and extreme cinema titles among them.
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Efm 2013: Adam Wingard Brings The Guest to Berlin

The latest film from Adam Wingard (V/H/S, S-vhs, A Horrible Way to Die) will be making a stir over in the European Film Market as HanWay Films is set to handle international sales. The Guest will see Wingard reteam with Simon Barrett and Keith Calder & Jessica Wu of Snoot Entertainment.

Wingard’s latest feature is an action-thriller “about a soldier on leave who befriends the family of a fallen comrade, only to become a threat to all around him when it’s revealed he’s hiding dangerous secrets from his past.”

Principal photography on The Guest will begin in May in the Western United States. Calder and Wu will be producing along with Barrett. Stay tuned for more on this one as it comes, or if it turns out to be too much of an action-thriller, forget we ever mentioned it!

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'You're Next' Duo Moves from Horror to New 'The Guest' Action Thriller

You might recognize director Adam Wingard's name from his work helming segments of horror anthologies like The ABCs of Death or VHS and S-vhs, because only a lucky few have seen his genre-busting thriller You're Next, which premiered back at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011 (read Jeremy's review from Fantastic Fest). That movie is finally set to be released in August of 2013, but Variety reports that Wingard and writer Simon Barrett have a new film in the works called The Guest, and it takes the duo away from pure horror and into a different kind of genre than they've done before. Read on! The Guest is being pegged as an action thriller about a soldier who is brought into the home of a fallen ally, but when dangerous secrets about his past are discovered, he becomes a threat to everyone around him. Keith Calder and Jessica Wu, who
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SXSW Film Announces Midnighters and Shorts

We're roughly a month away from this year's South by SouthWest Music Film and Interactive Festival to be held down in Austin, Texas from March 8 through the 16, and today, the festival announced their full line-up of Midnighters and short films. There are nine films showing in the Midnighters section including Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett's popular You're Next and Rob Zombie's upcoming The Lords of Salem , both which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. Wingard is also part of the collective of filmmakers involved with the horror anthology sequel S-vhs (or is it V/H/S 2 ?) which just premiered at Sundance. Other Midnighters include the World Premieres of Mike Mendez's Big Ass Spider! starring Greg Grunberg, E.L. Katz's Cheap Thrills starring Pat Healy and Sara...
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