Month: March 2019

When films open with establishing shots of a city, it’s normally to evoke a sense of place for a story that will, presumably, mostly take place there. When a horror opens this way, it can also be a way of setting up locations for third-act set-pieces. Zoo, written, directed, edited and scored by Antonio Tublen,
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Jason Reitman’s upcoming Ghostbusters film is already eyeing up some cast members, according to Variety. Finn Wolfhard (It, Stranger Things) and Carrie Coon (The Leftovers, Gone Girl) are currently in talks to join the threequel. Not much is known about the plot of Ghostbusters 3 just yet, but we do known that it’s set to revolve around a single mother
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Meet the Wilsons in these new posters for Jordan Peele’s Us By Poppy-Jay Palmer 04-03-19 2,842 The Wilson family comes face to face with their worst nightmare (themselves) in this new banner poster collection for Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror Us, which you can check out in the gallery above. Read the synopsis for Us here: A mother (Lupita
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“The following presentation is derived from footage captured by the catastrophic reality TV pilot Extremely Haunted Hoarders,” reads text at the beginning of The Hoard, over a rapid – indeed, so rapid as to be near inscrutable – montage of monstrosity, mayhem and murder. It is not just a precise prelude of what is to
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Zach Lipovsky and Adam B. Stein’s film opens to the distorted strains of ice cream truck music, as seven-year-old Chloe (Lexy Kolker) peeks out at Mr Snowcone’s blue-and-pink vehicle parked in the suburban street below. Ice cream is such a simple, tantalising pleasure, yet Chloe’s dad Henry (Emile Hirsch) pulls Chloe back from the window
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Taking place (mostly) in an isolated petrol station on the night that the Danish football team is playing in the finals of the European Championship, Finale sets itself up as a familiar – indeed timeless – tale of predatory victimisation. The station owner’s daughter Agnes (Anne Bergfeld) and disgruntled employee Belinda (Karin Michelsen) are working
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This fourth feature from Ron Carlson (All American Christmas Carol, Tom Cool, Midgets Vs. Mascots) opens with a before-and-after sequence: a young woman buys peyote from Native American Bigfoot (Michael Horse) and his diminutive sidekick Firecracker (Danny Woodburn), with a warning of ‘grave consequences’ should their client disrupt the local fauna; and then the same
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