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Movie Review – The Tracker (2019)

The Tracker, 2019

Directed by Giorgio Serafini.

Starring Dolph Lundgren, Cosimo Fusco, Anna Falchi, Marco Mazzoli and Marta Gastini.

Synopsis:

A mysterious stranger travels to a remote village where, 15 years earlier, his wife and daughter were kidnapped.

With Dolph Lundgren riding on a high following the double whammy of Aquaman and Creed 2 last year, and the promise of sequel returns as King Nereus (Aquaman) and the impending Expendables 4, times are good for the big Swede. Throw in an appearance in Season 14 of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and the reported TV collaboration with Sly Stallone and he’s got TV well covered too.

Here’s the thing…Dolph has made a lot of dross of late. Even in comparison to the video era films of the 90’s and early 00’s that many would have considered woeful at the time, his films, like many treading Dtv (direct to video) land these days,
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Dolph Lundgren in Trailer for Cheesy Italian Action Film 'The Tracker'

"No one can be trusted in this village." Lionsgate has released a trailer for a very cheesy Italian action film titled The Tracker, made by filmmaker Giorgio Serafini. The film stars Dolph Lundgren, completing his move away from anything with any real substance or worthwhile content, into the world of campy Italian B-movies. He's already been there for a while, but why not churn out a few more of these films for no one to watch. What is this one about? A mysterious stranger travels to a remote village where, 15 years earlier, his wife and daughter were kidnapped. Lundgren plays some kind of veteran marksman who gets revenge on the criminals who took his family. Also starring Cosimo Fusco, Anna Falchi, Marta Gastini, Bruno Bilotta, and Marco Mazzoli. This film looks as forgettable as they come, not even worth it for Lundgren. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Giorgio Serafini's The Tracker,
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Dolph Lundgren action thriller The Tracker gets a trailer, poster and images

Lionsgate has released a trailer, poster and images for director Giorgio Serafini’s upcoming action thriller The Tracker which stars Dolph Lundgren as a man out to solve the mystery of his family and exact his revenge alongside a cast that includes Marco Mazzoli, Bruno Bilotta, Bruce McGuire, Cosimo Fusco, Marta Gastini, Elizabeth Kinnear, Vito Facciolla, and Anna Falch; take a look here…

This action-thriller stars Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables franchise) as a troubled warrior who returns home to solve the mystery of his family’s murder — and punish those he finds guilty.

The Tracker is set for release on August 9th.

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Trailer for psycho-sexual horror Compulsion starring Analeigh Tipton

Ahead of its Us release next month, a trailer and two posters have arrived online for the psycho-sexual horror Compulsion. Formally titled Sadie, the film is directed by Craig Goodwill, the film sees Analeigh Tipton leading a cast that includes Marta Gastini, Jakob Cedergren, Nina Senicar, Anita Kravos, and Jan Bijvoet; take a look below…

“Sadie, a budding erotic novelist, is enticed by an ex-lover to join him and an enigmatic woman named Francesca at an Italian Villa. Once there, Sadie is confronted by the demons of her past as she becomes embroiled in a surreal game of murder and betrayal.”

Compulsion is available now on DVD in the UK and is set for release on March 6th in the Us.

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Trailer for Psycho-Sexual Horror 'Compulsion' Starring Analeigh Tipton

"It's just a game. What are you afraid of?" "That I can't stop playing!" Ketchup Ent. has debuted an official trailer for a psycho-sexual horror thriller titled Compulsion, which premiered at a film festival in 2016 and is just now hitting theaters this year. From Canadian director Craig Goodwill, Compulsion stars Analeigh Tipton as a woman who is enticed by an ex-lover to join him and an enigmatic woman named Francesca at an Italian Villa, discovering a sinister game of murder and betrayal. Also starring Marta Gastini, Jakob Cedergren, Nina Senicar, Anita Kravos, & Jan Bijvoet. Perfectly described as "horror film that takes from Stanley Kubrick's steamy cult thriller Eyes Wide Shut and sends it to Dario Argento's hell." See below. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Craig Goodwill's Compulsion, on YouTube (via Bloody-Disgusting): Sadie (Analeigh Tipton), a budding erotic novelist, is enticed by an ex-lover to join him
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Interview: Guy Kent and Marta Gastini Talk Autumn Lights (Exclusive)

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Interview: Guy Kent and Marta Gastini Talk Autumn Lights (Exclusive)
Engaging in a secluded environment in an overall unfamiliar culture can be a daunting prospect for many people as they embark on the latest phase of their lives. Not only do the main characters of the new drama, ‘Autumn Lights,’ must learn how to immerse themselves in a remote region of Iceland as they strive to find a much needed serenity, but so do the main actors and filmmakers of the movie. First-time feature film writer, director and producer, Angad Aulakh, collaborated with a fellow American, actor-producer Guy Kent, to make the first Icelandic-American co-production to be shot and completed in Iceland. Joined by Italian actress, Marta Gastini, the trio [ Read More ]

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Watch an exclusive TV spot for Autumn Lights

Ahead of its release this Friday, we’ve got an exclusive TV spot for Angad Aulakh’s highly-anticipated feature directorial debut Autumn Lights, which you can watch right here…

Autumn Lights follows David (Guy Kent), an adrift American photographer who gets caught up in a criminal investigation upon discovering a body washed up on a beach in a remote Icelandic community. Now bound to the place he doesn’t call home, he crosses paths with Marie (Marta Gastini), an Italian woman whose shiftiness betrays not only her beauty but her Icelandic husband Jóhann (Sveinn Ólafur Gunnarsson). As days pass, David’s fascination with the mysterious couple intensifies, eclipsing his memory of the dead woman who inadvertently set him on this trajectory of mystery and unrequited passion.

Autumn Lights will be released October 21st in select theaters and everywhere OnDemand.
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Questi Giorni (These Days) Movie Review (Venice Film Festival 2016)

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Questi Giorni (These Days) Movie Review (Venice Film Festival 2016)
Title: Questi Giorni (These Days) Director: Giuseppe Piccioni Starring: Margherita Buy, Marta Gastini, Maria Roveran, Laura Adriani, Caterina Le Caselle, Filippo Timi, Sergio Rubini. Giuseppe Piccioni is known in Italy for being an auteur who is engaged with grasping his country’s social trends, depicting marginal human figures that are detached from the world, and traverse tormented love affairs. Questi Giorni (These Days) is a road trip. It’s the story of four teenage girlfriends who – as the genre imposes – will venture on a journey that is also meant to be a spiritual one. Caterina (Marta Gastini), is moving to Belgrade and will be accompanied by three of her old [ Read More ]

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‘Autumn Lights’ Exclusive Clip: An American Photographer Discovers A Deserted Icelandic Crime Scene

‘Autumn Lights’ Exclusive Clip: An American Photographer Discovers A Deserted Icelandic Crime Scene
Though it may seem like there are fewer and fewer milestones in the world of film, look no further than “Autumn Lights,” the first independent American-Icelandic co-production both shot and completed in Iceland. In the film, young American photographer David (played by newcomer Guy Kent) is on assignment in a remote Icelandic community. One day, he discovers a deserted crime scene and becomes implicated in a local investigation, forcing him to remain in the town. While he’s there, he crosses paths with an intriguing Italian woman (Marta Gastini) who’s living with her Icelandic husband (Sveinn Ólafur Gunnarsson) in the countryside. As his fascination with the couple intensifies, he finds himself enscsonced in their lives. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Read More: Film Acquisition Rundown: Oscilloscope Dates ‘Girl Asleep,’ 26 Aries Sets First Theatrical Release And More

The film is written and directed by Angad Aulakh, and is his feature-length debut.
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Freestyle Falls For ‘Autumn Lights’; First Trailer For U.S-Icelandic Mystery

Freestyle Falls For ‘Autumn Lights’; First Trailer For U.S-Icelandic Mystery
Exclusive: Freestyle Digital Media has acquired North American rights to U.S.-Icelandic co-production, Autumn Lights. The mystery drama will go out in a limited theatrical release on October 21 with a day-and-date VOD debut. Check out the trailer above. Directed by first-time feature helmer, Angad Aulakh, who also wrote the screenplay, the film stars newcomer Guy Kent, along with Marta Gastini (Borgia), Sveinn Ã"lafur Gunnarsson (Rams) and Thora Bjorg Helga
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‘Argento’s Dracula’ DVD Review

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Stars: Thomas Kretschmann, Marta Gastini, Asia Argento, Unax Ugalde, Miriam Giovanelli, Rutger Hauer, Maria Cristina Heller, Augusto Zucchi, Franco Ravera, Giovanni Franzoni | Written by Dario Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani, Antonio Tentori | Directed by Dario Argento

As a reviewer I tend not to follow the opinion’s of others – no matter how many people share the same opinion or how many times I’m told said opinion is true. I know that, for the most part, my taste in movies is more aligned to the audience that reads my reviews than my fellow bloggers and critics… Which is why I was willing to part with my hard-earned money to discover the truth about Dario Argento’s take on Dracula for myself.

I kind of wish I’d listened to everyone else.

When Tania (Asia Argento), a young woman, is attacked and killed by a mysterious dark shadow in the woods
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Global Showbiz Briefs: Icon UK Makes Quartet Of Buys; ‘Autumn Lights’ On In Iceland; ITV Nordic ‘Keeping Denmark Alive’

  • Deadline TV
The UK’s revived Icon Film Distribution is adding to its release slate with four pick-ups from Cannes. Ifd acquired Jc Chandor’s A Most Violent Year with Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain; Equals by Drake Doremus with Nicholas Hoult and Kristen Stewart; The Legend Of Barney Thompson starring Robert Carlyle, Ray Winstone and Emma Thompson; and It Follows, the horror pic from David Robert Mitchell that ran in Critics’ Week. Ifd is showing itself a savvy buyer and recently released animated feature Postman Pat: The Movie which has grossed over $4M in its first 10 days. Icelandic producers Davíd Óskar Ólafsson and Árni Filippusson, exec producers on David Gordon Green’s Prince Avalanche, are moving forward with their first English-language drama, Autumn Lights. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Angad Aulakh who wrote the screenplay. Newcomer Guy Kent is starring as a young American photographer on assignment in
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Autumn Lights starts Iceland shoot

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Autumn Lights starts Iceland shoot
Producers of Metalhead and Either Way team with La’s Ashley M Kent on the English-language drama.

Shooting started yesterday in Iceland on English-language drama Autumn Lights, the feature directorial debut of Angad Aulakh.

The producers are Los Angeles-based attorney Ashley M Kent, and Mystery’s David Oskar Olafsson and Arni Filippusson; the latter was one of Efp’s Producers on the Move at Cannes last month. Olafsson and Filippusson’s credits include Metalhead, Either Way (remade as Prince Avalanche), King’s Road and Country Wedding.

The cast features Guy Kent [pictured], Marta Gastini, Sveinn Olafur Gunnarsson and Thora Bjorg Helga.

Kent stars as a young American photographer who meets an enigmatic couple while on assignment in remote Iceland.
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Dario Argento’s Dracula (2012) Review

Review written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Dario Argento’s Dracula (2012)

Director: Dario Argento

Screenplay: Dario Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani, Antonio Tentori, Bram Stoker

Cast: Thomas Kretschmann (Dracula), Marta Gastini (Mina), Asia Argento (Lucy), Unax Ugalde (Jonathan), Rutger Hauer (Van Helsing)

It took me a while to warm up to Francis Ford Coppola’s take on Dracula from 1992. No cape, and morphing from an old guy in a geisha outfit to one of the Doobie Brothers in a Victorian pimp suit. I was accustomed to the refined stylings of Christopher Lee and Frank Langella. I’m glad, because even more takes on the classic vampire tale would follow, and being a purist just isn’t conducive to having an open mind.

There have been Italian vampire tales before, but never by the master of the giallo himself. I’ve got a good friend who summed up Italian horror cinema perfectly.
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What to Watch: Feb. 4-10, 2014

While there is a likely Oscar-winner, a massive box set from HBO, and some true crowd-pleasers in this week’s What to Watch, it’s a bit of a downer compared to some more recent jam-packed weeks of Blu-ray and streaming greatness. We also couldn’t find an On Demand title this week worth mentioning, although Denis Villeneuve’s “Enemy,” starring Jake Gyllenhaal, hits DirecTV On Demand this Thursday and you can bet we’ll be there to check it out before a March theatrical release. Until then, rent or buy something below.

Treme: The Complete Series

Photo credit: HBO

Treme: The Complete Series”

HBO’s “Treme” never became the cultural touchstone that “The Wire” turned into over the year but it does have a loyal, devoted following who will be overwhelmed by the ability to own it all in one box set. One also gets the feeling that “Treme,
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New on Video: Argento’s ‘Dracula 3D’

Dracula 3D

Directed by Dario Argento

Written by Dario Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani, Antonio Tentori

Italy, 2012

More than his fellow giallo maestros (Bava, Fulci, Martino, and others), Dario Argento has had to live and work in the burdensome shadow of his earlier successes. After nearly two decades of exceptional films boasting glorious cinematic artistry and blood-soaked thrills, Argento established quite the reputation. In recent years, though, since 1993′s Trauma, these prior landmarks of genre perfection have become a distressing caveat added to nearly every negative criticism of his newest release: “Ah, Argento, how far he’s fallen. Remember when….” His latest offering, Dracula 3D, now available on an American-issued 3D Blu-ray (an Italian disc, still playable in the Us, has been out for while), is no exception. Does it rank with Suspiria, Tenebre, Deep Red, or Opera? No. But is it as bad as some detractors would suggest? Certainly not.
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Dario Argento's Dracula Sucks Its Way Onto Home Video

Though the majority of Dario Argento's earlier films are more or less universally loved by horror fans, not even the biggest supporter of his work can deny that the Italian maestro has lost something along the way.

By all accounts, his take on Dracula (review) represents an all-time low for the filmmaker, but you'll be able to form your own opinion later this month. Sink your fangs into the details below.

From the Press Release

Horror maestro Dario Argento puts his unique stylistic spin on the classic supernatural tale in Dracula, a sexually charged, visually sumptuous retelling of the legendary myth. The film arrives on DVD and 3D Blu-ray on January 28, 2014, via IFC Midnight with SRPs, respectively, of $24.98 and $29.98.

It's been 400 years since Count Dracula's (Thomas Kretschmann; Wanted, Valkyrie) beloved Countess Dolingen passed away, leaving the immortal bloodsucker forever abandoned. But when he discovers that local newlywed Mina
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Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D Blu-ray / DVD Release Details and Cover Art

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Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D was recently released to VOD and we now have word that IFC will release the movie to Blu-ray and DVD in January.

“Horror master Dario Argento returns with a bloody, luridly creepy 3D version of the classic vampire tale, drenched in gore and sex. An unsuspecting Englishman arrives in Transylvania, lured by a job with a local nobleman. But the undead Count Dracula’s real target is the man’s innocent young wife. Featuring the iconic Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing and the inimitable Asia Argento (the director’s own daughter) as a local all-too-eager to fall under the Count’s sway.”

Dracula 3D was directed by Dario Argento and stars Thomas Kretschmann (Dracula), Marta Gastini (Mina), Asia Argento (Lucy), Unax Ugalde (Harker), and Rutger Hauer (Van Helsing). The movie will be available to purchase on January 28th on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD.
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Exclusive: Horror Maestro Dario Argento Talks Dracula 3D

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As someone who discovered Suspiria on VHS at age nine (after picking the name off the box art for Terror in the Aisles nonetheless), you better believe this writer was more than thrilled to hop on the phone with legendary filmmaker Dario Argento to talk about his latest feature, Dracula 3D.

Considered the Godfather of Giallo, Argento has been the creative force behind numerous influential Italian films including The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Deep Red, Inferno, Tenebre, Phenomena, and Opera.

During our recent interview with the iconic director, he discussed what fueled his decision to helm a feature based on one of the greatest stories of all time, his experiences working with 3D and his ensemble, as well as why Dracula might just be the biggest romantic in the horror genre.

Daily Dead: Thank you so much for speaking with me today, Mr. Argento. Suspiria and Tenebre were both
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New Red Band Trailer for Dario Argentos Dracula 3D

Dario Argento's 'Dracula 3D' hit VOD in the Us towards the end of last week and in case you haven't sunk your teeth into the Italian production just yet perhaps this new, and quite bizarre, red band trailer hot from the distributor IFC Midnight. This reimagination of the classic gothic tale, as unnecessary as it is, looks like an odd little feature and this new trailer which features a giant praying mantis and Hammer-esque special effects does little too enthuse me further. 'Dracula 3D' stars Thomas Kretschmann as the fanged one along with fellow co-stars, Marta Gastini, the sexy Asia Argento (below), Unax Ugalde, Miriam Giovanelli and Rutger Hauer ('Hobo with a Shotgun'). Head below to check out the new trailer....
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