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Room 37 – The Mysterious Death Of Johnny Thunders Official Trailer & Images

Based on the final days of the legendary guitar player Johnny Thunders, Room 37 - The Mysterious Death of Johnny Thunders will be released in theaters this week from Cleopatra Entertainment, and to give viewers an idea of what to expect from the dark rock and roll story, we have the film's official trailer and images.

Directed by Fernando Cordero Caballero and Vicente Cordero, Room 37 - The Mysterious Death of Johnny Thunders stars Leo Ramsey, Devin McGregor Ketko, and Timothy Lee DePriest. Cleopatra Entertainment will release the film in theaters on May 17th, followed by a VOD release on May 21st.

Synopsis: "Famed rock and roll guitarist Johnny Thunders arrives in New Orleans to get his life together after a toll of hardships, but instead falls into a dark journey and trail of events that are based on his real life unexplained mysterious death."



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Post-apocalyptic sci-fi 2307: Winter’s Dream gets a new trailer

With less than two weeks to go until its release, a trailer has arrived online for the upcoming post-apocalyptic sci-fi 2307: Winter’s Dream. Directed by Joey Curtis, the film stars Paul Sidhu, Arielle Holmes, Branden Coles, Kelcey Watson, Brad Potts, Anne-Solenne Hatte, and Timothy Lee DePriest; check them out below…

The year is 2307 A.D. The Earth is frozen over and virtually uninhabitable. The remaining humans live underground, unable to survive the sub-arctic temperatures. With no “man power,” scientists bio-engineered Humanoids that possess great strength, speed, and tolerance to extreme cold. When a rogue humanoid escapes and threatens to lead a rebellion against mankind, an elite team of soldiers, led by decorated killer Commander Bishop, must hunt and kill the fugitive.

2307: Winter’s Dream is set for release on October 6th.
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Visit Our Frozen Future in Sci-Fi Action '2307: Winter's Dream' Trailer

"The ice humbles all, it reveals our limitations, our weaknesses, our human-ness." Vertical Entertainment has unveiled an official trailer for a sci-fi action film titled 2307: Winter's Dream, set (obviously enough) in the year 2307 during a new ice age. The plot in this is a bit weird - scientists bio-engineered Humanoids that possess great strength, speed, and tolerance to extreme cold. When one of these humanoids escapes and threatens to lead a rebellion, an elite team of soldiers is sent to hunt him down. This seems to be much more about the gritty action and nefarious characters than the futuristic time it takes place. 2307: Winter's Dream stars Paul Sidhu, Branden Coles, Arielle Holmes, Kelcey Watson, Anne-Solenne Hatte, Timothy Lee DePriest, and Stormi Henley. This looks like it might be okay, but I'm not excited. You? Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Joey Curtis' 2307: Winter's Dream , direct
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BnB Hell Trailer Invites You in for a Nice Peaceful Slay Over

BnB Hell Trailer Invites You in for a Nice Peaceful Slay Over
108 Media has debuted the trailer and poster for its thriller BnB Hell, which is currently available on Digital HD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada. The harrowing thriller can currently be purchased through iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube and Microsoft Store. This footage may make you think twice about checking out that quaint bed and breakfast you found online, because it might not be as advertised, and may end up costing you your life.

The trailer, which comes courtesy of 108 Media showcases a young woman named Willa (Kimberly Woods), who has been on the hunt for her missing sister, which ends at a rundown bed and breakfast in the Hollywood Hills run by an ill-tempered woman called Mommy (Carol Stanzione). When she discovers a camera in her room, another guest Marco (Victor Dobrev) tells her that it's the house camera, for guests to record video diaries, although it has been mysteriously turned. After checking the camera, Willa finds disturbing messages left by former guests, which suggest unsettling secrets lay buried there.

The supporting cast includes Timothy Lee DePriest as Baby, Victor Turpin as Sam, John Stevenson as Derek, Olivia Steifel as Alex, Jessica Graham as Jackie, Shayla Famouri as Darla, Tallie L. Brinson as Nathan and Stefanie Maxwell as Emily. The film marks the feature directorial debut of director Andrew Jordan, which has been freaking out horror fans with it's terrifying premise and shocking twist ending since debuting on VOD and Digital HD last week. Andrew Jordan previously directed episodes of the web series Chicks Flippin' the Script and the short film Heartprints, which he also produced and edited.

The film was written by Andrea Harrison, which marks her writing debut, although she has been a working actress for several years. She has appeared in films such as American Virgin, Violent Blue, Blue Dream, Mickey's Summer Resort, Caged Beauty and this year's Darling Nikki. She has also appeared on TV shows such as The League, Greek, True Blood and Castle, while also serving as a producer on BnB Hell, along with the TV series Miracle Mile Girls and the feature film A Beautiful Now. It remains to be seen if this writer-actress has more projects in development.

While there is no theatrical release date for this new thriller, it could very well find a home with horror fans on Digital HD and VOD formats. Since this film marks both the director and writer's feature debuts, we could certainly be hearing much more from them in the near future, if fans respond positively to BnB Hell. While we wait for more on these filmmakers, take a look at the trailer and poster for BnB Hell below.
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[Biff Review] 2307: Winter’s Dream

The year is 2307 and Earth is three centuries removed from climate change transforming its surface to glacial ice. Humanity has evolved to living underground, improving technology to help sustain their tenuous ecosystem outside of the subzero temperatures. This includes insulation injections to combat cold for up to 48 hours, strength enhancements, and even artificial intelligence boosters. It also led to the manufacture of a synthetic Humanoid race as slave labor. Super-strong, immune to the elements, and unable to reproduce, they do all the things we can’t in this new world wrought from a hubris that’s allowed the year to mark a second anniversary: five years since Ash-393 (Branden Coles) broke free from his “chains” to lead a devastating Humanoid rebellion that’s yet to be neutralized.

It’s a pretty terrific concept for a sci- actioner with philosophical elements delving into the idea of history and our inexplicable ability
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Horror Highlights: Night Trap #4, Tales Of Poe DVD, 2307: Winter’S Dream

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"What is it?" Two preview pages from Night Trap #4 give fans a look at the Trapper. Written by Cullen Bunn with artwork by J.B. Bastos, the fourth issue of the slasher comic book series is now on store shelves. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Tales of Poe DVD details and 2307: Winter's Dream La premiere info.

Check Out Preview Pages and Cover Art for Night Trap #4: "Night Trap #4

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(W) Cullen Bunn (A) J.B. Bastos

"What happened to you, Kelly?" The answer to this might save their lives - or end them - as Kelly's traumatic past boils to the surface in a final showdown with the Trapper. Acclaimed horror writer Cullen Bunn's unexpected twist on the slasher genre concludes in this non-stop blood-streaked fight to the finish!

In Shops: Sep. 14th, 2016

Srp: $2.99"

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Tales of Poe on DVD Forevermore: Press Release: "New York, NY -
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New Footage From "Westworld"

Sneak Peek more footage from HBO's upcoming "Westworld" 'killer robot'  TV series, starring Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood, based on writer/director Michael Crichton's 1973 feature, that was the inspiration for James Cameron's "Terminator":

"...the show is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin...

"...set in the futuristic theme park, 'Westworld'..."

Cast also includes James Marsden as 'Teddy Flood', a newly arrived gunslinger in pursuit of a local beauty, Jeffrey Wright as 'Bernard Lowe', head of the 'Westworld 'Programming Division' and creator of artificial people...

...Thandie Newton as 'Maeve Millay', Sidse Babett Knudsen, Rodrigo Santoro, Ed Harris, Shannon Woodward, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Angela Sarafyan, Simon Quarterman, Ben Barnes...

...Jimmi Simpson, Clifton Collins Jr., Lena Georgas, Currie Graham, Ptolemy Slocum, Louis Herthum, Kyle Bornheimer, Demetrius Grosse, Steven Ogg and Timothy Lee DePriest.

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"Westworld" Footage Revealed

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Sneak Peek new teaser footage from HBO's upcoming "Westworld" TV series, created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, starring Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood, based on the 1973 film of the same name, written and directed by Michael Crichton:

"...the show is a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin, set in the futuristic theme park, 'Westworld'..."

Cast also includes James Marsden as 'Teddy Flood', a newly arrived gunslinger in pursuit of a local beauty, Jeffrey Wright as 'Bernard Lowe', head of the 'Westworld 'Programming Division' and creator of artificial people, Thandie Newton as 'Maeve Millay', Sidse Babett Knudsen, Rodrigo Santoro, Ed Harris, Shannon Woodward, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Angela Sarafyan, Simon Quarterman, Ben Barnes, Jimmi Simpson, Clifton Collins Jr., Lena Georgas, Currie Graham, Ptolemy Slocum, Louis Herthum, Kyle Bornheimer, Demetrius Grosse, Steven Ogg and Timothy Lee DePriest.

Click the images to
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New Westworld image featuring Ed Harris as The Man in Black

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we’ve got a new image from HBO’s upcoming Westworld TV adaptation, featuring Ed Harris as The Man in Black, a character described as “the distillation of pure villainy into one man”…

Based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film of the same name, Westworld is produced by Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight), Lisa Joy (Burn Notice) and J.J. Abrams (Star Trek), and will see Harris joined in the cast by the likes of Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World), James Marsden (X-Men), Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules), Eddie Rouse (American Gangster), Demetrius Grosse (Justified), Kyle Bornheimer (Bachelorette), Currie Graham (Murder in the First), Lena Georgas (Ray Donovan), Steven Ogg (Grand Theft Auto V), Timothy Lee DePriest (With the Angels), Evan Rachel Wood (True Blood), Jeffrey Wright (The Hunger Game: Mockingjay), Rodrigo Santoro (300: Rise of an Empire), Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope), Angela Sarafyan (The Immigrant), and Simon Quarterman
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Ingrid Bolso Berdal in first look image from HBO’s Westworld

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly (via Dread Central), we’ve got our first look at HBO’s upcoming Westworld TV series, with the latest issue of the magazine offering up an image featuring Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules)…

Based upon the 1977 film of the same name, Westworld is produced by J.J. AbramsBad Robot, with Jonathan Nolan (Person of Interest) co-writing and directing the pilot. Also featuring in the cast of the series are James Marsden (X-Men), Eddie Rouse (American Gangster), Demetrius Grosse (Justified), Kyle Bornheimer (Bachelorette), Currie Graham (Murder in the First), Lena Georgas (Ray Donovan), Steven Ogg (Grand Theft Auto V), Timothy Lee DePriest (With the Angels), Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World), Evan Rachel Wood (True Blood), Jeffrey Wright (The Hunger Game: Mockingjay), Rodrigo Santoro (300: Rise of an Empire), Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope), Angela Sarafyan (The Immigrant), and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside).

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Ed Harris Joins Anthony Hopkins & Evan Rachel Wood in HBO’s Westworld

The androids at the adult amusement park Westworld began to think for themselves one day, with murderous results. In the late Michael Crichton’s 1973 directorial debut Westworld, the beginning of independent artificial intelligence means the end for some humans. Inspired by Crichton’s film and also titled Westworld, HBO’s upcoming pilot just added Ed Harris to its A-list cast.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ed Harris has signed on to play a villain in HBO’s Westworld, described as “a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin.” Harrris will play a character called “The Man in Black”, described as “the distillation of pure villainy into one man.” The cast also includes Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, Shannon Woodward, and Jeffrey Wright. We have the backgrounds of the other core characters (via The Hollywood Reporter):

“Hopkins is set to play Dr.
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Ed Harris Gets Villainous in Westworld

The casting news keeps rolling in for HBO's upcoming "Westworld" adaptation as Ed Harris has joined the huge cast to play The Man in Black, described as the distillation of pure villainy into one man. Oh. Hell. Yeah.

Inspired by Michael Crichton's 1973 film of the same name, the project, which hails from Jj Abrams' Bad Robot Productions, Jerry Weintraub Productions, and Kilter Films, is billed as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin."

Harris joins the previously announced James Marsden, Eddie Rouse, Demetrius Grosse, Kyle Bornheimer, Currie Graham, Lena Georgas, Steven Ogg, Timothy Lee DePriest, Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Rodrigo Santoro, Shannon Woodward, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Angela Sarafyan, and Simon Quarterman.

Abrams will executive produce alongside veteran producer Weintraub and Bad Robot's Bryan Burk. "Person of Interest's" Jonathan Nolan, who co-wrote the pilot, will executive produce and direct as well.
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Host of Newbies Join HBOs Westworld Series

A gang of new casties have been added to Warner Bros. Television's upcoming televisual redo of Michael Crichton's classic 70's sci-fi thriller 'Westworld'. 'The Box' and 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' star James Marsden has joined the cast and will play Teddy Flood, a mysterious new arrival to a small frontier town. Along with Marsden we have Eddie Rouse, Demetrius Grosse ('Justified'), Kyle Bornheimer, Currie Graham, Lena Georgas ('Ray Donovan'), Steven Ogg and Timothy Lee DePriest. The show will air over on HBO and is produced by Jj Abrams' Bad Robot Productions, Jerry Weintraub Productions and Kilter Films....
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Huge Westworld Casting Update Includes James Marsden, Eddie Rouse, and a Half Dozen Others

HBO is casting a pretty wide net when it comes to filling roles in its upcoming adaptation of "Westworld," as evidenced by this latest word that X-Men franchise star James Marsden plus seven other notable actors have just signed on.

Per THR's The Live Feed, Marsden will play Teddy Flood, a mysterious new arrival to a small frontier town. He quickly proves both his charm - and his talent with a revolver. His pursuit of a local beauty launches him on a dark journey.

Inspired by Michael Crichton's 1973 film of the same name, the project, which hails from Jj Abrams' Bad Robot Productions, Jerry Weintraub Productions, and Kilter Films, is billed as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin."

Eddie Rouse (Pandorum, American Gangster) has been cast as "Kissy" (short for "Kisecawchuck"), a laconic American-Indian card - and contraband - dealer from the town saloon,
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'X-Men' actor James Marsden cast in 'Westworld'

'X-Men' actor James Marsden cast in 'Westworld'
The Westworld population keeps growing: You can now add X-Men franchise actor James Marsden to the pilot’s cast.

Marsden (Lee DanielsThe Butler, Anchorman 2) has joined the HBO sci-fi drama about a futuristic theme park filled with android residents that fulfill human desires. The actor will play Teddy Flood, who is described as “a mysterious new arrival to a small frontier town. Teddy quickly proves both his charm—and his talent with a revolver. His pursuit of a local beauty launches him on a dark odyssey.”

But wait, there’s more: Westworld has also booked Eddie Rouse (Being Flynn
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‘With the Angels’ Finale: Looking Back with Mary Feuer

A while back I wondered which of the inaugural lineup of Strike.TV web series will be the standout, and I think we have our answer. With the Angels, the dramatic web series from creator (and former lonelygirl15 writer) Mary Feuer, released its season finale today, wrapping up an ambitious 36 episode first season. And in that time, the series has picked up an healthy following known to debate some hefty issues, everything from faith to existentialism and Kierkegaard. Starring Jamie Tisdale as the young small town Arkansas ingenue Taffy, the With the Angels charts her arrival in Venice, California, thrusting her into an unfamiliar world surrounded by unfamiliar people. But through her we come to watch those strangers become friends—friends of our own even—closer and realer than what we've come to expect out in scripted entertainment. The unfamiliar becomes the familiar. With an ensemble cast including Carly Jones (Mallory in lonelygirl15), René Alvarado,
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