Lionsgate will release on Oct. 9 fright master Eli Roth’s Knock Knock, a psycho-sexual thriller mixing every married man’s greatest fantasy with his worst nightmare. Keanu Reeves toplines as a happily wed man who regrettably allows two hot young girls into his home while his family is away.
Cuban stunner Ana de Armas (El Callejon) and Chilean model/actress Lorenza Izzo (Green Inferno) play the sadistic and sex-crazed visitors. Posted below is a NSFW clip of the girls flashing T&A and doing awesome dirty things with a banana to distract Keanu while he face-times with his wife.
Fox has released a full-length trailer for its eagerly anticipated “X-Files” event series, premiering Jan. 24. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprise their roles as FBI Agents Fox “Spooky” Mulder and Dana Skully 13 years after the original series went off the air.
The “X-Files” revival consists of six episodes, three written and directed by series creator and producer Chris Carter, expanding the show’s mythology and three stand-alone episodes helmed by show veterans Glen Morgan, Darin Morgan and horror maestro James Wong (Final Destination).
Also returning to the series are Mitch Pileggi (FBI Assistant Director Skinner), William B. Davis (Cigarette Smoking Man), Annabeth Gish (FBI Agent Monica Reyes) and Bruce Harwood, Tom Braidwood, and Dean Haglund (The Lone Gunmen).
Netflix has released a short teaser for its new superhero series “Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones.” The 13-episode show stars Krysten Ritter as Jones, a retired costumed heroine whose post-traumatic stress disorder leads her to open a detective agency to aid other superheroes.
Judging by the teaser, Jessica Jones is not much of a morning person. She also appears to have the power to put away vast amounts of alcohol. Step aside Wonder Woman, we got us a new crush! The show becomes available on Nov. 20.
Just when you thought you were done with shark thrillers, Screen Media hooks you into watching Shark Lake with actress and model Sara Malakul Lane. Set to release Oct. 2 on VOD, the movie finds Lane playing a beautiful and busty single-MILF cop in a small Lake Tahoe town.
When escaped sharks obtained on the black market make their way into the lake to feast on swimmers, the MILF cop joins forces with her biologist boyfriend and the black market dealer (Dolph Lundgren) responsible for the fiasco to stop the maneaters.
Shark Lake isn’t the first time Sara Malakul Lane has dipped her toe into shark infested waters on screen. The brunette stunner also played a role in Sharktopus, earning a place in Clatto’s list of The 10 Hottest Shark Bait Babes.
AMC has released a three-minute featurette teasing the upcoming sixth season of “The Walking Dead,” premiering Oct. 11 with the episode “First Time Again.” The clip features new footage and interviews with producers, cast, and crew, all of whom promise an intense season to rip your face off.
Norman Reedus (Daryl) says it best:
The threats get larger. The threats come in ways that you don’t expect them to. The threats come in ways that you don’t think are possible.
Screamfest LA has announced it will be kicking off its 15th annual Horror Film Festival with an opening night screening of the eagerly anticipated anthology Tales of Halloween. The 10-day event begins Oct. 13 and runs through Oct. 22 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood, California.
Directed by 11 fright masters, Tales of Halloween tells interconnected stories set in a neighborhood terrorized by ghouls, imps, aliens, axe murderers and other evils on All Hallow’s Eve.
Screamfest Founder Rachel Belofsky said:
We’re kicking off the festival with ‘Tales of Halloween,’ a fun anthology to get everyone in the Halloween spirit. This year is extraordinarily special because it’s our 15th year in Hollywood. In celebration, we have some exciting appearances, Q&A’s and premieres that we’ll be announcing with the festival lineup very soon!
Among the directors at the helm of Tales of Halloween are Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III), Neil Marshall (The Descent), Paul Solet (Grace), Lucky McKee (All Cheerleaders Die), Adam Gierasch (Night of the Demons), Andrew Kasch (Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy), and iconic horror author John Skipp.
Screamfest is the biggest and longest-running horror film festival in the U.S. Every year it premieres a variety of features and shorts from around the world. The show is a star-studded event where it’s easy to see actors and directors talking horror with each other and the public. The festival will close with the premiere of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension followed by the Skully Awards.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Screamfest website.
Arousing featurette has gone online for Starz’s new series “Ash vs. Evil Dead.” Set to premiere Oct. 31, the show picks up 30-years after Ash’s last battle with the Deadites and forced out of hiding when he inadvertently unleashes a new uprising.
The featurette catches us up with reluctant hero Ash (Bruce Campbell) and his new sidekicks and co-workers, Pablo Simon Bolivar (Ray Santiago) and Kelly Maxwell (Dana Delorenzo). We meet disgraced Michigan State Trooper Amanda Fisher (Jill Marie Jones) and mystery woman Ruby (Lucy Lawless).
Sarah Butler is back as ball buster Jennifer Hills in Anchor Bay’s I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance Is Mine. Now, we were under the impression vengeance was served when Hill dismembered, murdered, and rigged a shotgun up a dude’s ass in the first film of the rebooted franchise, but guess we were wrong.
Years after surviving a vicious gang rape and killing all involved, Hill has changed her identity and location in the new sequel, but can’t seem to satiate her blood lust. When a support group friend fails to get justice for the sexual assault committed against her, Hill sets out to break some balls.
Production has begun on Screen Gems Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the sixth and final installment in Paul W.S. Anderson’s blockbuster adaptation of the hugely popular Capcom video game. Shooting in South Africa, the new sequel finds Milla Jovovich reprising her role as resident ass-kicker Alice.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter finds Alice stripped of her superpowers and returning to Racoon City to fend off the Umbrella Corporation’s final blow against humanity’s survivors. Joined by new and old allies, she faces the undead and Umbrella’s army of mutant monsters.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter sees the return of Ali Larter as Claire Redfield and introduces new faces Iain Glen (”Game of Thrones”), Mexican TV star William Levy, Ruby Rose (”Orange Is the New Black”), and Japanese model Rola.
Zoe Saldana is joining I Kill Giants, an adaptation of Joe Kelly’s graphic novel about a young girl (Madison Wolfe) battling monsters real and imagined. The film is directed by Anders Walter and goes into production early next year.
Saldana will play Mrs. Mollé, a psychologist who forms a tight bond with the troubled child while helping her confront the horrors that haunt her.
Saldana is coming off last year’s massive blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy and stars in the Star Trek franchise and James Cameron’s Avatar series. Earlier this year, she played the iconic role Rosemary Woodhouse in NBC’s pooply reviewed “Rosemary’s Baby” event series.