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Love at First Sight: Krzysztof Kieślowski's "Three Colors"

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Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors Trilogy is showing from December, 2019 and January, 2020 on Mubi in the United Kingdom.I watched my first Krzysztof Kieślowski as a high schooler, sitting next to my mother, in my town’s only cinema. As with anything in the early stages of my cinephilia, that baptism had been her idea. The movie theatre we’d pay weekly pilgrimages to had allocated a whole three-day run to The Decalogue (1989), and she thought that Kieślowski’s Ten Commandments TV saga would be a good place to start. I forgot much about those few hours, but not the perturbing feeling that crept up on me as the ten chapters began to unfold on screen. I sensed—and it’s a feeling that keeps resurfacing anytime I tread into a Kieślowski film, however many times I may have seen it already—that I’d been there before. That curious déjà-vu
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The Unsettling Second Season of Channel Zero Offers Chills that Never Go Away

Have you finished watching Stranger Things but still have a desire to hear a spooky tale about young people who mess with other dimensions. Check out Channel Zero Season 2. It's all about a scary house that once you go in, you are never sure if you've really left.

The first season dealt with the story of Candle Cove. A Creepypasta about a group of people who all remember an old creepy kids show that never existed. This new season is completely separate from the first season and deals with a different Creepypasta. It's called "No-End House". It's a scary house with six rooms that you have to go through to get to the end. Each room scarier than the last. 

I binged the whole thing in one day, and have to say, I was left satisfied. I feel Syfy is in an interesting place where they know they don't have
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Halloween Programming for Syfy, Google Play and More!

Do you feel that? It’s Halloween spirit in the air! Halloween is my favorite holiday when it comes to holiday programming, well that and Christmas. But with Halloween just around the corner, you can bet there will be loads of new series and already established series airing Halloween related episodes. Below we have the Halloween programming schedule for Syfy, Google Play, Crypt TV, Stage 13, go90 and 60 Second Docs.

“60 Second Docs and Crypt TV Present Profiles in Fear, a Social Docu-Series” – Each 60 second documentary from 60 Second Docs and Crypt TV will profile unique stories about the cultures around the strange and unexplainable.

Amityville: The Awakening” – The terrifying revival of the popular franchise will debut exclusively for free for a limited time on Google Play.

Channel Zero: No-End House” – Inspired by Brian Russell’s “creepypasta” tale, this Nick Antosca-created anthology series tells the story of a young woman named Margot Sleator,
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Channel Zero creator wanted to create “a John Carpenter suburban nightmare” with No-End House

Channel Zero: Candle Cove surprised just about everyone when it aired on Syfy last year, and was actually pretty good. It’s no secret that the horror genre has a stigma attached to it, and it’s not completely unearned: horror films really do tend to be pretty bad (with the occasional gem sprinkled here and there). Hearing the pitch for a Syfy (known for their infamously bad original films) adapting a horror anthology series based on popular “Creepypastas” didn’t exactly sound like a winning idea. How wrong we were.

The Syfy Channel in general has had a resurgence of compelling programming in the past few years, and Channel Zero has clearly reflected that desire to rebrand. Season 1 gave us an intriguing small-town mystery, and Season 2 looks to be something else entirely. Series creator and Showrunner Nick Antosca recently chatted with Screen Rant about the inspiration for Channel Zero: No End House…
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‘Channel Zero: No-end House’ Is One of the Best Genre Entries of 2017

Prior to Labor Day weekend, I was given the opportunity to interview Nick Antosca who is the creator, showrunner and executive producer of Syfy’s horror television series, Channel Zero. While each season was a different story, I felt it necessary to watch the first season, Candle Cove, since I abandoned ship halfway through the season. As the show was airing on Syfy, I thought Candle Cove was interesting but, personally, I didn’t have much of a connection with the main character and the story seemed pretty basic. What I did think was that the imagery excelled it above something that would be, quite frankly, forgettable. It also seemed pretty unapologetic when it was dealing with a story that heavily involved children, I admired that as well.

I have read maybe a handful of creepypasta stories, which most of them are fabricated, overindulgent urban legends. There will always be
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Smt Thursday Trailers: ‘The Hatred’ and More

(Aotn) Ok, Smt heads, tonight’s offering “The Hatred” may seem like heavy subject matter… But don’t worry, if Thursday Trailers is going to get deep, we’ll be certain to do it indie horror style!

Anchor Bay’s “The Hatred” comes right here:

The hits just keep on coming!

Coming Attractions: Victor Crowley Update

Dark Sky Films proudly announces Victor Crowley, the surprise fourth film in the fan-favorite Hatchet franchise. Kept tightly under wraps for over two years, the slasher sequel unexpectedly debuted in La shocking fans, celebrities, and industry professionals who gathered to celebrate at an event coined as a “Hatchet 10th Anniversary Celebration.” The film will now be available to fans in select theaters beginning October 2017, as Victor Crowley hits the road. Writer/director Adam Green (and other cast) will travel with and introduce the film at special one-night screening events across America. Additional tour dates will be added.
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Channel Zero: Season Two Poster & Trailer Released by Syfy

"Your memories will eat you alive." Recently, Syfy released a new poster and trailer for season two of Channel Zero.Titled No-End House, the new season of the horror anthology follows a young girl (Amy Forsyth) who "visits the No End House, a home filled with increasingly disturbing rooms. But once she leaves, she realizes things aren't exactly the way she left them."Read More…
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Syfy’s Channel Zero: No-end House to Premiere on September 20th, Watch New Teaser Videos

"I think we're still inside the No-End House." Imagine entering an immersive experience or escape room that was so real, it seeped into your psyche and intertwined with your reality. That's what the characters in Channel Zero: No-End House go through, and you can watch their mind-bending adventures beginning Wednesday, September 20th when the second season of the creepypasta-based anthology series premieres on Syfy.

Channel Zero showrunner Nick Antosca revealed the September 20th premiere date (earlier than the expected October TV debut) for No-End House on Twitter, along with one of two new teaser videos that you can watch below.

Directed by Steven Piet, executive produced by Nick Antosca, and based on Brian Russell's creepypasta, Channel Zero: No-End House contains six one-hour episodes and is the second season of the Channel Zero series. The first season was based on Kris Straub's Candle Cove, and a third
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Exclusive Channel Zero: No-end House Teaser Video Awakens Underwater in Room 5

Horror fans have a lot to look forward to this Halloween season, and Channel Zero: No-End House should be near the top (if not the very top) of their lists. A creepy concoction of suburban scares and dreamlike dread, the second season of the Syfy series features an engaging cast that pulls you into their living nightmare, including Aisha Dee, whose character, Jules, awakens underwater in Room 5 of the No-End House in our exclusive teaser video that Daily Dead readers can watch right now.

You can enter Room 5 of the No-End House in our exclusive video below, and keep an eye on other sites for videos featuring additional rooms in the No-End House. We've also been provided with images from the new season that you can check out below as well.

Directed by Steven Piet, executive produced by Nick Antosca, and based on Brian Russell's creepypasta, Channel Zero
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Marvel's Agents of Shield: Season Five to Feature Jeff Ward (Channel Zero)

Deadline reports actor Jeff Ward will recur in the fifth season of Marvel's Agents of Shield TV show on ABC. As pictured above, Ward played Charles Manson in the Lifetime TV movie, Mason's Lost Girls. He's also a series regular in "No End House," the second season of Syfy's Channel Zero TV series. Ward's character on Marvel's Agents of Shield is yet to be revealed. The ABC TV series stars Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Henry Simmons, and Jason O’Mara. Read More…
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Ucp Expanding Development Slate w/ Dan Harmon, The Raven Cycle & more

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Universal Cable Productions Announces Key Projects Expanding Award-winning Studio’S Distinguished Genre Development Slate

Notable Projects Include:

Maggie Stiefvater’s New York Times Bestselling Series “The Raven Cycle” With Andrew Miller (“The Secret Circle”), Catherine Hardwicke (“Twilight”) And Michael London of Groundswell Productions (“The Magicians”)

Hugh Howey’s Renowned Post-Apocalyptic Series “Sand” With Gary Whitta (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”), Marc Forster (“World War Z”) And Imperative Entertainment

“Sirens of Titan” With Dan Harmon (“Rick & Morty”) and Evan Katz (“Small Crimes”)

Announces Evan Spiliotopoulos (“Beauty and the Beast”)

To Write Highly Anticipated “Welcome to Hitchcock” Series

Options Iconic Hugo Award-Winning Science Fantasy Novel “Lord of Light”

Universal City, CA- July 18, 2017– As the annual gathering of TV and comic’s most loyal fans at San Diego’s Comic-Con International 2017 kicks offtomorrow, Universal Cable Productions (Ucp) unveiled today its annual genre development slate of notable projects for TV. The studio
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#SDCC17: The Horrors of Day 3 (July 22) Include Stranger Things, Channel Zero: No End House, My Friend Dahmer, Lucifer, The X-Files: Cold Cases, The Originals, Ghost Wars, Kaiju, and More!

We’re back with more panel info for the upcoming 2017 San Diego Comic-Con… up now is Day 3 (Saturday, July 22nd), which is pretty light overall on the big-name horror projects but is home to the likes of “Stranger Things,”… Continue Reading →

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Syfy’s Channel Zero teases Seasons 3 and 4 plot details and inspiration

Syfy’s horror anthology series Channel Zero was a surprise hit when it debuted this past October. Such a hit, in fact, that Syfy announced a second season before the first even concluded.

The first season centered around the Creepypasta “Candle Cove, and now Bloody-Disgusting has revealed plot details, as well as the inspiration for seasons 3, and 4 of Channel Zero.

The 3rd season, scheduled to air in 2018, will be titled “Staircases”, and stars Brandon Scott (Blair Witch) and Holland Roden (Teen Wolf). Brandon Scott is said to play “Officer Luke Vanczyk, a young but already jaded cop, living in the shadow of his father, the Chief of Police. Luke’s world-weary exterior hides a fierce commitment to justice, and a deep love for his troubled community.” Holland Roden is playing “Zoe Woods, a sharp, tough young woman whose struggles with mental illness have worn her down over the years. She hates that her younger sister,
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‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Not In The Works Yet, Producer Explains Why There’s No End Credit Sequence

Generally speaking, Hollywood likes to put their carts well in advance of their horse, announcing sequels and franchise plans long before they’ve really gotten out of the gate. It makes for good copy and gives the impression that everyone behind the vehicle is feeling confident, but Warner Bros. — who are juggling what seems like a good dozen DC Films projects — are taking a more cautious position when it comes to “Wonder Woman.”

The latest Dceu film opens in cinemas next week, and while early word is very good, producer Charles Roven reveals that no followup is planned just yet.

Continue reading ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Not In The Works Yet, Producer Explains Why There’s No End Credit Sequence at The Playlist.
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Director Patty Jenkins On Why We're Only Now Seeing A Wonder Woman Film

In less than a month, Hollywood will finally release its first major live-action blockbuster focusing solely on a high profile superheroine. Wonder Woman was created in 1941, just years after Superman and Batman, and remains DC's third most popular character, hence her involvement in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Yet, Batman and Superman have had many films focusing on them since the '80s, while Wonder Woman had to play third fiddle in only their most recent movie. Marvel Studios has used many female heroes from the comics, but they too will not release their first solo adventure for a superheroine until Captain Marvel in 2019. So, what's taken so long?

According to Patty Jenkins, director of Wonder Woman, the answer is exactly what you expect. Jenkins told Cinemablend:

"The only thing I can think of is that the genre became synonymous with young men, and so I think there was
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Peyton Place

The book was raw & dirty, and did you read what that girl did with that guy on page 167? Racking up a stack of Oscar nominations, Peyton Place became one of the big hits of its year, launched the careers of several young actors, and proved that Hollywood could pasteurize most any so-called un-filmable book. Lana Turner is the nominal star but the leading actress is Diane Varsi, in her film debut.

Peyton Place


Twilight Time

1957 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 157 min. / Street Date March 14, 2017 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store 29.95

Starring: Lana Turner, Hope Lange, Arthur Kennedy, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Philips, Terry Moore, Russ Tamblyn, Betty Field, David Nelson, Leon Ames, Mildred Dunnock.

Cinematography William Mellor

Art Direction Jack Martin Smith, Lyle R. Wheeler

Film Editor David Bretherton

Original Music Franz Waxman

Written by John Michael Hayes from the book by Grace Metalious

Produced by Jerry Wald

Directed by Mark Robson

What’s this,
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Suspected Human Trafficker Allegedly Held 6 Women in $1M Atlanta Mansion and Made Them Work at Strip Clubs

Suspected Human Trafficker Allegedly Held 6 Women in $1M Atlanta Mansion and Made Them Work at Strip Clubs
Criminal accusations are multiplying against a suspected human trafficker in Atlanta, who authorities believe was holding multiple women against their will in an upscale home and forcing them to dance at local strip clubs — all while flaunting apparent gang ties and a lavish lifestyle online.

Kenndrick Roberts now faces 14 charges, including six counts each of trafficking a person for labor and false imprisonment, after he was arrested Tuesday.

He originally faced two charges, after police said they found him this week living with eight women at a nearly $1-million, 6,800-square-foot home in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

One of the women initially
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Jerry Seinfeld, Demetri Martin and Female Bros: The 16 Best Web Series Of 2016

Jerry Seinfeld, Demetri Martin and Female Bros: The 16 Best Web Series Of 2016
Of the seismic cultural shifts that occurred in 2016, Hollywood finally embracing web series may be a tiny victory. But try telling that to the creators (a more succinct term for the writer-director-producer-actors thriving in the medium) who have turned their scrappy little web series into big-budget television deals.

Like Issa Rae, creator of the long-running YouTube series “Awkward Black Girl,” who just received a Golden Globe nomination for her new HBO show, “Insecure,” a vibrant comedy that puts black women front and center.

Or Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld, the married co-creators who successfully adapted their web series, “High Maintenance,” for HBO. The stoner comedy that raised the bar for online storytelling preserved its indie charm; the six episodes of elegantly-woven vignettes held true to the spirit of the first online episodes, as each revealed little surprises in the lives of believable characters.

Read More: The Best of 2016: IndieWire
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NYC Weekend Watch: Queer 90s, Jonas Mekas, Kieślowski, Shakespeare & More

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not likely to see in a theater again anytime soon, and many of which are, also, on 35mm. If you have a chance to attend any of these, we’re of the mind that it’s time extremely well-spent.


“Queer ’90s” continues with the likes of Basic Instinct, The Crying Game, and Priscilla.

Films from George Cukor and Azazel Jacobs can be seen on Friday.

The Disney documentary Oceans plays this Saturday; Allan Dwan’s The Inside Story screens this Sunday.

Anthology Film Archives

A series on voyeurism and surveillance brings Citizenfour, Haroun Farocki’s Prison Images,
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Misery loves company but ‘The Walking Dead’ is pushing it

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Misery loves company but ‘The Walking Dead’ is pushing it
By the end of the month, The Walking Dead will have returned and we’ll know if their cliffhanger gambit paid off in the long run. After months of gruesome speculation over which of The Group met Lucille, fans will have a definitive answer. Negan will settle in as the new villain, and the precious inches of happiness and hope carved out by the population of Alexandria will be obliterated. Yay? I have been trying to write down my thoughts about The Walking Dead for weeks. Here we have a show that has garnered the interest of a huge number of people. Audiences have flocked to the dystopian zombie universe like a metaphorical herd. But that means after six seasons, there is a lot of pressure to keep viewers on their toes. The logic goes that if fans know the cast is safe, the drama dissipates. It’s that same
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