Putin Poet AnnaLynne McCord Stars in Evil ‘Titanic’

When AnnaLynne McCord isn’t reciting love poems to Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, she’s making quality entertainment like her latest Titanic 666, a comedic and supernatural companion piece to the epic James Cameron blockbuster. Set a 110 years after the legendary ship’s tragic voyage, the horror comedy follows a high-tech replica of the ship as it visits the site of the original vessel’s sinking.

It’s all smooth sailing until the boat reaches its destination and all sorts of evil stuff starts happening. McCord plays a hot Instagram influencer hired to promote the ship and event. She’s joined by Keesha Sharp as the ship’s hot, milfy captain, and Lydia Hearst as a hot activist and stowaway.

McCord, best known for her roles on FX’s “Nip/Tuck” and The CW’s “90210,” has starred in a few notable horror flicks including Excision, The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Day of the Dead, Scorned, and 68 Kill. She can currently be seen on Apple TV’s “Physical.”


Kate Beckinsale brings her hot British milf-y-ness to The Immaculate Room, a psychological thriller that isn’t a sequel to her 2016 effort, The Disappointments Room. Set to release later this year from Screen Media, producers describe the film as an intelligent and sexy sci-fi actioner which we hope translates to Beckinsale in skimpy undies.

Beckinsale costars with Emile Hirsche as a happily married couple offered five million dollars to live in a white room for 50 days. The room, of course, reveals secrets and personal demons that threatened to destroy their marriage.

Beckinsale is best known for her role as sexy death dealer Selene in Screen Gems’ popular Underworld franchise. She’s also had notable roles in Stephen Sommers’ 2004 vampire-thriller Van Helsing, Nimrod Antal’s Vacancy, the Adam Sandler sci-fi dramedy Click, and 2012’s Total Recall reboot.


‘Walking Dead’ Dashes Towards the End!

AMC has released a trailer for part two of “The Walking Dead’s” final season. The terrifying Reapers introduced in season 10, revealed to be a bunch of clowns led by a Chatty Cathy named Pope in season 11, are still in play, but hopefully not for long (seriously, what a disappointment this group became once the masks came off and gave way to yappy, poorly written baddies).

Here’s hoping the new season will stop trying to tack on new shit and focus on the story lines fans care about as the show draws to a close. Namely, let’s get on with Rick! Let’s catch up with Michonne. Give us more Maggie/Negan drama. Also…would a Rosita bikini scene be so out of line now that the show’s coming to an end?

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Milf Alicia Silverstone Swims w/ Sharks!

Nineties sex symbol Alicia Silverstone unleashes her newfound milfy-ness in the shark thriller The Requin, in limited theatrical release and VOD Jan. 28. Silverstone plays a woman suffering from PTSD after losing a child at birth and whose marriage is on the verge of going belly up. No word on what the shark’s problem is.

Silverstone meets shark when the shit-hole resort she and her husband are attempting to save their marriage at is swept away by a storm, leaving them out to sea to fend off a sea-full of man-eaters. While the trailer spends most of its two-minute running time hiding Silverstone’s ass, we Crush fans are thirsty enough to hope for the best.

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Women’s Fear of Being Fat Explored in ‘Shapeless’

XYZ has released a trailer for Shapeless, a body-horror thriller set around hot women’s fear of being fat. Kelly Murtagh, of the “Purge” TV series and Amazon Prime’s Bingo Hell, plays a New Orleans singer with an eating disorder that threatens her well being and that of others.

Samantha Aldana makes her directorial debut with Shapeless, which is co-written by Murtagh. Hot co-stars include Sherri Eakin (Santa Jaws), Jamie Neumann (“The Deuce”), Erika Ashley (Queen Sugar), and Tenea Intriago (“Castle Rock”). Look for it Feb. 10.


Sophia Ali Is Off the Charts In ‘Uncharted’

Sony has released a trailer for its upcoming movie adaptation of the Naughty Dog video game Uncharted, starring Tom Holland (Spiderman: Homecoming) as young Nathan Drake, Mark Wahlberg as his mentor Sully, and Sophia Ali (“Grey’s Anatomy”) as hot, apple-bottomed professional thief Chloe Frazer.

Bringing Uncharted to the big screen has been a challenge for Sony which saw many directors and writers come and go for years. While we, like most of the game’s fans, would have preferred a present day Drake with Nathan Fillion in the role, we’ll be okay if Chloe’s tush looks as good as in the games!

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Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for its eagerly anticipated caped crusader reboot The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson (Twilight) as our dark knight. Matt Reeves (Let Me In, Cloverfield) is at the helm with Paul Dano (Prisoners) as Batman nemesis The Riddler, and stunner Zoe Kravitz as a hot and very slinky Catwoman.

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Pinhead Loses Prick In New ‘Hellraiser!’

Spyglass Media Group is onboard the Hollywood woke wagon with its decision to have horror icon Pinhead be female in its upcoming remake of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser for Hulu—well, sort of. Helmed by David Bruckner (Night House), the film stars tranny actor Jamie Clayton (“The L Word”) as the prickly Hell Priest, leader of the horrific Cenobite demons.

Seems like a missed opportunity to hire a real woman in the role and create a sexy, deviant Pinhead, but that’s the hell we live in today. Clayton is best known for her work on Showtime’s lesbian drama “The L Word: Generation Q,” Netflix Original series “Sense8,” and Fox’s “Designated Survivor.”


Cassandra Peterson, the actress known for playing beloved horror icon Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, reveals in her new memoir, “Yours Cruelly, Elvira,” that she has been romantically involved with a woman for the past 19 years.

Peterson, who is now 70, kept the relationship secret out of fear of losing her hordes of male fans. She’s also not sure she wants to be labeled.

Peterson tells Yahoo:

I’m always asking myself, ‘Did you turn gay all of a sudden, after 50 years? Wow! What’s up with that? I don’t think I did, because I’m still mainly attracted to men.

I fell in love with a particular person who I had been friends with for many years. And then the relationship just got deeper, and then we’ve been together for 19 years and it’s fantastic.

I would be fine with saying I came out and I’m gay, but I don’t think I’m gay. I don’t know what the hell I am! … And even people have said, ‘Oh, you’re bi.’ And I said, ‘Well, I guess I am now! It wasn’t until I turned 50!’ I don’t know how to explain it, but it’s been great.”


Paramount+, the studio’s new streaming platform, has set an Oct. 29 premiere date for the exclusive release of its Paranormal Activity reboot, Next of Kin.

Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin is the seventh in the franchise and is directed by William Eubank (Underwater) from a script by Christopher Landon, writer of all the Paranormal Activity sequels.

Emily Bader, who’s had roles on “Charmed” and horror indie Anonymous Killers, toplines the movie, which centers on a daughter’s cursed return to her Amish community.

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