Starz Digital has released a trailer for Hyde Park’s erotic-thriller Careful What You Wish For, starring Aussie stunner Isabel Lucas as a young trophy-wife caught up in an affair with an awkward high school student too blinded by his penis’ good fortune to notice she’s trouble.
Lucas played Goddess Athena in The Immortals and a long-tongued, short skirted Decepticon in Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. She also thrilled as a butt flashing femme fatale inthe sexually charged who-dun-it The Loft.Lucas bares that sweet tush once again in Careful What You Wish For.
Kenny Gage and Devon Downs (Anarchy Parlor) are directing/producing horror comedy Cynthia, starring scream queens Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween), Rebecca Marshall (SAW 3D), and genre icons Sid Haig (Devil’s Rejects), Lynn Lowry (Cat People), Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects), and Robert LaSardo (Anarchy Parlor).
Cynthia tells the comedically tragic tale of a perfect couple’s growing desperation to have a child and the terrifying toll it takes on their lives. The film is written by “Girls & Corpses” founder Robert Rhine and is currently under production.
Gage and Downs are the gleefully twisted minds behind last year’sAnarchy Parlor, starring LaSardo as a renowned tattoo artist targeting American tourists in Lithuania for his underground art business. We caught the world premiere at Screamfest LA and found it to be one of the most enthralling and fun slashers in recent horror. Read our reviewhere.
Warner Bros. has set a March 2, 2018 release date for Meg, a prehistoric shark thriller pitting action star Jason Statham and Chinese stunner Fan Bingbing (X-Men: Days of Future Past) against a monstrous Megalodon discovered gobbling up scientists deep in the Pacific’s Mariana Trench.
Statham plays a former Navy captain and deep sea diver hired by Bingbing’s chief oceanographer to rescue her team of researchers trapped in the trench with the 70-foot beast when their submersible is damaged. The task is a suicide mission, but the Navy cap has already survived a previous encounter with Meg.
Meg is based on the 1997 Steve Alten novel “Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror” and adapted for the screen by director Jon Turtletaub (National Treasure).
Margot Robbie won our horny little hearts over with a full-frontal nude introduction in Martin Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street. She’s since thrilled us in a variety of ho-hum flicks, leading up to this summer’s promising Suicide Squad in which she plays fan-boy fantasy Harley Quinn.
But, now, our infatuation turns to boner-fide love as the Aussie stunner summons American Psycho killer Patrick Bateman in a parody of the Brett Easton Ellis novel for Vogue magazine. Titled “Australian Psycho,” the send-up finds Robbie acting out Bateman’s “I simply am not there” morning beauty regiment.
Note: Yes, we’re very late with this post, but we were busy making reservations at Dorsia.
Universal Pictures has released a second trailer for The Purge: Election Year, the third chapter in Blumhouse’s politically-charged horror franchise. Set two years after the events ofPurge: Anarchy, Election Year finds ex-cop Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo) protecting a U.S. senator (Elizabeth Mitchell) on purge night.
The Purge is a government sanctioned night during which all criminal activity is permissible by law for 12 hours, including murder, rape, theft, and all the urges you sick fucks repress. The senator is targeted when she exposes that the Founding Father’s purge is aimed at minorities and the poor. See it July 1!
Season six of HBO’s epic Emmy-winning fantasy series “Game of Thrones” is proving to be quite a crowd pleaser. Not only did Jon Snow come back from the dead, Emilia Clarke went nude for the first time since the show’s third season in last week’s episode, “Book of the Stranger.”
The scene comes at the end of the episode when Clarke’s character, Daenerys Targaryen, sets the Dothraki leaders, who would have her raped by horses before bowing to her rule, ablaze, emerging from the flames gloriously nude.
Of course, Clarke’s much publicized refusal to go nude led fans to suspect the use of a body double. But, they were wrong and now we are all anything but unsullied.
I’d like to remind people the last time I took my clothes off was season 3. That was awhile ago. It’s now season 6. But this is all me, all proud, all strong. I’m just feeling genuinely happy I said ‘Yes.’ That ain’t no body double!
Paranormal Activity. Your Next. The Witch. It Follows. These are all enjoyable movies mainstream critics declared as absolutely terrifying and among the best the horror genre has to offer. One problem… none of those films were scary. They were good, creative and fun even. But frightening? No.
The problem, of course, is mainstream critics hate horror and don’t know shit about what makes a horror fan’s dark little heart skip. Don’t Breathe is the latest horror movie to be getting some of that sweet, sweet mainstream love, which would worry us more if Evil Dead remake director Fede Alvarez weren’t at the helm.
The story looks kinda silly, but definitely fun – kinda like the Rutger Hauer actioner Blind Fury (1989) meeting the Madeleine Stowe thriller Blink (1994). Stephan Lang (Avatar) plays the blind would-be victim of a home invasion led by troubled youth Jane Levy (Evil Dead), who clearly doesn’t see what’s coming.
“Game of Thrones’” very own Red Woman, Carice van Houten, brings the voodoo that she do to Incarnate, a supernatural thriller from Blumhouse and WWE Studios. The long gestating film stars Aaron Eckhart as a crippled exorcist hired by the Vatican to save a possessed boy from the demon that killed his own family.
Incarnate is directed by Brad Peyton (San Andreas) and written by Ronnie Christensen (Dark Tide). It’s slated for theatrical release Sept. 30, but a first trailer has gone online for your viewing pleasure.
Twentieth Century Fox has released a first trailer for its eagerly awaited movie adaptation of the Ubisoft video game Assassin’s Creed. Michael Fassbender plays Callum Lynch, a death row inmate and descendant of a secret society of assassins dedicated to stopping the Knights Templar.
A revolutionary technology allows for Callum to access his genetic memories and experience the adventures of his ancestor Aguilar in 15th century Spain. The film is directed by Justin Kurzel (Macbeth) and co-stars Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Irons. It arrives in theaters Dec. 21.
The trailer looks like a lot of fun but if the movie is anything like the video games, I’ll be storming out of the theater midway, cussing at the top of my lungs.
Sony Pictures has released a trailer for Inferno, the third film in its Robert Langdon franchise adapted from the bestselling Dan Brown novels. Ron Howard is once again at the helm with Tom Hanks reprising his role as the beloved Harvard symbologist. In theaters Oct. 28.
Inferno is adapted by David Koepp (Angels and Demons) and finds Langdon suffering from amnesia in Italy. Felicity Jones (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) is along for the ride as Dr. Sienna Brooks, an ally to Langdon helping him regain his memories to save the world from a plague inspired by Dante’s “Inferno.”