31 Oct

Controversial ‘The House That Jack Built’ Director’s Cut to Play in Theaters One Night Only

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Lars von Trier returned to Cannes this year after being banned from the festival for 7 years, and immediately infuriated everyone. The film von Trier brought with him, the serial killer drama The House That Jack Built, was derided as needlessly cruel, overly violent, and downright terrible. And now the general public will have a chance […]

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31 Oct

A Horror Newbie Ends Her Horror Journey With the 1977 and 2018 ‘Suspiria’

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(Welcome to The Final Girl, a regular feature from someone who has steered clear of horror and is ready to finally embrace the genre that goes bump in the night. Next and last on the list: Looking back at my horror journey through the 1977 and 2018 Suspiria.) Well, here we are, old friend. You […]

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31 Oct

‘Head Full of Honey’ Trailer: Nick Nolte Battles Alzheimer’s in Til Schweiger’s English-Language Remake

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German director Til Schweiger directs the English-language remake of his own film, Head Full of Honey, which stars Nick Nolte as a grandfather struggling with Alzheimer’s. See the Head Full of Honey trailer below. Head Full of Honey Trailer Schweiger’s 2014 German film Head Full of Honey was met with critical acclaim and ended up being one of eight films […]

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31 Oct

Do Makeup Effects Artists Bring Something Special to the Director’s Chair?

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This month marks the 30th anniversary of one of horror cinema’s most memorable creature creations. Stan Winston‘s Pumpkinhead (1988) was no box-office juggernaut, but it’s found a home with genre fans over the years who’ve come to appreciate both its tight little tale of revenge and the mad genius of its title creature design. The […]

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31 Oct

Watch: The Original Cast of ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ Reacts to Netflix’s ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

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Sabrina, meet Sabrina. Sabrina the Teenage Witch may not have a lot in common with Netflix’s new dark take on the Archie Comics character, but that doesn’t mean that the cast of the ’90s sitcom isn’t down to get a little Satanic. Following the release of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on the streaming platform, Netflix has […]

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31 Oct

/Filmcast Ep. 491 – Private Life and The Old Man & the Gun

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David, Jeff, Devindra feast on Netflix content and cover the violence of Apostle, the fear of House on the Hill, and the awkwardness of Big Mouth.  Jeff gets a sneak peek at Steve McQueen’s new film Widows. Be sure to check out Katie Hasty’s interview with David Lowery, Mike Ryan’s review of The Old Man […]

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31 Oct

Superhero Bits: ‘Venom’ May Be the Most Profitable ‘Spider-Man’ Movie, ‘Pennyworth’ Casts Villain & More

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How old is Matt Murdock on the Daredevil TV series? Who is playing the villain in the Gotham prequel series Pennyworth? Will the snap of Thanos have an impact on Marvel TV shows at all? Would you believe Venom might become the most profitable Spider-Man movie ever? Did you know Batman was almost killed at […]

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31 Oct

Falcon/Winter Soldier TV Series Planned for Disney Streaming Service, Scarlet Witch Show May Co-Star Vision

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Just over a year ago, Disney announced they would be launching their own streaming service. Disney Play will include the company’s vast library of content as well as original feature films and TV series. Included in the original offerings are multiple Marvel and Star Wars TV shows. The plan is to create series based around Marvel Cinematic […]

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31 Oct

Water Cooler: Halloween, Conjuring, Sabrina, Incredibles, Haunting of Hill House, Adam Sandler, Sorry To Bother You, Streets of Fire, The Mummy, Maniac, Red Dead Redemption 2

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On the October 30, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman,  senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on […]

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31 Oct

‘Creed II’: Ivan Drago Is A Damaged Man, According to Dolph Lundgren

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Ivan Drago is back in Creed II, but he’s not the Russian superman we saw in Rocky IV. In fact, according to actor Dolph Lundgren, the former boxer is emotionally damaged. This is a far-cry from the Drago audiences are used to, and it’ll be interesting to see Lundgren’s new take on the character. Read more of […]

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