How Will ‘Unfriended’ Stunner Renee Olstead Die In ‘Feral’


Unfriended actress Renee Olstead co-stars in Feral as one of six girlfriends on a camping trip attempting to survive a viral outbreak threatening to turn them all into rabid, cannibalistic zombies. Helmed by Mark H. Young (Tooth and Nail), the film will be released on VOD and digital by IFC Midnight on May 25.

It’s not known how long Olstead is in the movie being that Scout Taylor-Compton (Rob Zombie’s Halloween) and Olivia Luccardi (It Follows) topline the film and are said [spoiler alert] to be the last standing, trapped in a cabin and armed only with a shotgun.

That doesn’t bode well for Olstead so we can only hope the busty stunner meets her demise while skinny-dipping in a lake with her hot friends, taking a long steamy shower, or getting it on with one of her bi-curious BBF’s under the night sky.

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Bond Girl Bérénice Marlohe Strolls Into ‘Meander’


French Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe plays a woman who wakes up in a “tube filled with deadly traps” and must navigate her escape in Meander, a sci-fi thriller from director Mathieu Turi, an assistant director on Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds.

Deadly traps??? Who would do that to a woman as stunning as Marlohe? Those traps shouldn’t bring harm; they should rip her clothes off and drop her into pits filled with Jello, oil, and/or horny lesbians!

Marlohe is no stranger to sci-fi indies, having recently starred in Revolt and Kill Switch. She also guest starred in an episode of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” revival series. She is best known, however, for playing vengeful former sex slave Severine in Sam Mendes’ Skyfall.


Laura Vandervoort Has Got Us Foaming for ‘Rabid’ Remake!


Laura Vandervoort is set to star in Rabid, a remake of David Cronenberg’s 1977 classic about a deformed accident victim who undergoes an experimental stem-cell treatment to make her hot again and suffers horrific and deadly side affects.

The Rabid Remake is helmed by Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary, See No Evil 2) from a script they wrote with John Serge (Dead On Campus).

Vandervoort is coming off a starring role in Jigsaw, a reboot of Lionsgate’s Saw franchise. Best known on the small screen for her role as Kara Zor-El (aka: Supergirl) on hit series “Smallville,” she’s also starred as a werewolf on “Bitten” and as a hot alien visitor on ABC’s “V” remake.


Milla Jovovich Is Back As One Hot ‘Monster Hunter’


Milla Jovovich knows where her bread is buttered is our way of saying the Resident Evil stunner is returning to video game adapted horror for her next sexy supernatural project: Monster Hunter. Based on the hit Capcom game, Jovovich will play a hot monster slayer-for-hire.

Paul W.S. Anderson — Mr. Jovovich to the rest of us — will direct the horror-actioner for Constantin Films. Budgeted at $60 million, Monster Hunter is slated to roll camera in Cape Town, South Africa in September. The newest volume of the game released this January and has sold more than 8 million copies.

Jovovich is coming off Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the last in the series of hit films based on the popular Capcom video game series and helmed by Anderson. She’ll next be seen in Lionsgate’s Hellboy reboot.


We’re Ready to Visit the ‘House That Jack Built’


Lars Von Trier, the man behind Antichrist and brooding sci-fi drama Melancholia, is back with The House that Jack Built, a serial killer film applauded and walked out on during its world premiere at this year’s Cannes film festival.

Matt Dillon stars as Jack, a serial killer confessing five of his most significant murders over a 12 year span. Co-stars include Uma Thurman, Jeremy Davies (”LOST”), Sofie Gråbøl (”The Killing”), and stunner Riley Keogh (It Comes at Night).

The film has been criticized as torture porn by some and Von Trier appears to be playing with the whole this-is-fucked-up-but-you’re-more-fucked-up-cause-you-wanted-to-see-it angle, but we’re just hoping it rises above talky, artsy-fartsy porn.

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Dakota Johnson’s ‘Suspiria’ Arrives In November!


Amazon Studios has set a Nov. 2 theatrical release date for Suspiria, a remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 classic by director Luca Guadagnino (A Bigger Splash) and writer David Kajganich (The Invasion), starring Dakota Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Tilda Swinton, and Jessica Harper, who topped the original.

Johnson takes the lead in the remake as Suzy Bannion, an American ballet dancer caught in a grisly murder spree at a prestigious dance academy in Europe that serves as a cover for something supernatural and sinister.

Johnson has had roles in acclaimed dramas Black Mass, A Bigger Splash, and the Social Network, but is best known for playing Anastasia Steele in the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise, adapted from the chart-topping erotic book series by E.L. James.



Amanda Seyfried reunites with her In Time director Andrew Niccol for a new sci-fi thriller titled Anon. This time out, Seyfried plays a hot and mysterious hacker in a future where anonymity no longer exists and every second of people’s lives is available for scrutiny through a government sanctioned implant.

Anon, a Netflix original film, is extremely stylish and fascinating in its depiction of a society that has given up all its privacy –very timely and thoughtful. But, let’s cut to the chase … is this one of the movies Seyfried deems worthy of boob baring? Yes, yes it is! And … it’s slow enough to enjoy without a million rewinds!

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Ruby Modine Lives to See Another ‘Happy Death Day’


Ruby Modine is reuniting with Happy Death Day co-star Jessica Rothe and director Christopher Landon for a sequel to the Blumhouse hit. Modine co-starred as Rothe’s roommate in the doom-loop thriller about a college student (Rothe) reliving the day of her murder while attempting to identify her masked killer.

Happy Death Day 2 is said to reveal the mystery behind the time loop while delving into time travel. New to the cast are Suraj Sharma (Life of PI) as a science geek and coder and Sarah Yarkin (”American Horror Story”) as his tomboy, nerdy cohort. Production on the film began today.

The original Happy Death Day has earned $123 million in worldwide coin.


Olivia Munn Will Save Us From ‘The Predator’


Twentieth Century Fox has debuted the first trailer for The Predator, a reboot of the popular franchise first introduced in 1987 as an Arnold Schwarzenegger sci-fi actioner. Shane Black (Iron Man 3) directs from a script he co-wrote with Monster Squad writer/director Fred Dekker.

Co-starring are action hero Thomas Jane (The Punisher), comedian Keegan-Michael Key, Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), Alfie Allen (”Game of Thrones”), geek goddess Olivia Munn (X-Men: Apocalypse) as a sexy scientist, and Yvonne Strahovski (”Dexter”) as the hot MILF whose stupid kid brings about the alien hunters.

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Sony Pictures has set an Aug. 16, 2019 release date for the Ghosthouse reboot of the 2004 box office hit The Grudge. Nicolas Pesce (The Eyes of My Mother) directs from a script by Jeff Buhler (Midnight Meat Train) with shooting slated to begin this month.

The Grudge reboot stars Andrea Riseborough (Oblivion), Lin Shaye (Insidious), Demian Bichir (”The Bridge”), John Cho (”The Exorcist”), Jacki Weaver (Stoker), and busty stunner Betsy Gilpin (pictured), best known for playing foxy female wrestler Liberty Belle on the Netflix original series “GLOW.”

The original Grudge, a remake of Japanese director Takashi Shimizu’s 2002 ghost thriller Ju-On, starred Sarah Michelle Gellar (”Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) as an American nurse in Tokyo tormented by an evil birthed from rage.