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Just Cause 4 Dlc Los Demonios release date announced

Publisher Square Enix and developer Avalanche Studios have announced the Los Demonios Dlc for Just Cause 4 is releasing on 3rd July. Los Demonios is the second Dlc pack in the ‘Dare Devils, Demons and Danger’ Expansion Pass.

You can watch the trailer here…

In the Los Demonios Dlc, the Black Hand accidentally releases an ancient demonic force, causing a parasitic infestion to consume Solis and terrorising its inhabitants. Of course, it is up to Rico to eradicate this supernatural invasion from the island permanently – offering some diversity from taking out human enemies.

The Dlc is also introducing a brand-new sandbox gameplay experience, with new missions and new weapons and equipment, including the Demon Crossbow and Demon Egg Supply Drop.

Gold Edition purchasers will receive 7 days early access to the Just Cause 4 Los Demonios Dlc, beginning on June 26th, 2019. The Los Demonios Dlc will be available on 3rd July for PlayStation 4, Xbox One,
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Demons – Deluxe 2Cd + Vinyl + Comic Book

Demons – Soundtrack Deluxe Double CD / Comic Book Remixed Vinyl Deluxe edition and definitive release of the Iconic Horror Film soundtrack firmed by Claudio Simonetti for the Horror/Gore movie Demons by Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava. The lower tones as the main characters move through the dark theater give a distinctly ‘creepy’ air to …

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Charmed Season 1 Episode 22 Review: The Source Awakens

Sisterhood, unite!

It took a large chunk of the season, but Charmed (2018) Season 1 Episode 22 proved there is nothing stronger than the Power of Three. Demons, devils, and monsters beware.

"The Source Awakens" was a testament to the power of love between the Vera-Vaughn family. It bonded the sisters in a way viewers had been hoping to see since the pilot.

When dealing with the more character-driven moments, Charmed has always felt a little underdeveloped. Macy came into the family rather quickly; she didn't necessarily forge an immediately intimate bond with Mel and Maggie, but she also didn't cause too much conflict, either.

Not to be an obnoxious purist fan, but the Og Charmed dealt with the reality of new sisterhood in an extremely realistic fashion. When Paige came into the picture it was anything but smooth sailing.

Related: Charmed Season 1 Episode 21 Review: Red Rain

It took Piper in particular seasons
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Meet Brainiac, Zod, Doomsday And Lobo Before SyFy’s Krypton Series Returns On June 12

The second season of Krypton returns June 12 at 10/9c on Syfy.

Before the new season hits in a month, check out these featurettes about General Zod, Brainiac, Doomsday, but the best addition of “baddies” is without a doubt Lobo aka “The Last Czarnian,” “Ultimate Bastich,” “Master Frag,” “Machete Man,” and “Archbishop Of The Celestial Church Of The Triple Fish Cod!”

Check out this teaser now.

The first season is streaming on DC Universe – a must for any DC Comics fan. (Hand raised).

“Lobo on the page is such a broad character, and the tone of our show is so grounded, so it feels like a bit of a mismatch, but that’s kind of what’s exciting about it as well,” executive producer Cameron Welsh told Syfy Wire last summer. “He’s not going to ride around on space dolphins like he did in the comics, but he’s meant
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Trailer for the Horror Thriller Hallowed Ground Puts a Couple in the Middle of a Blood Feud

We’ve got a trailer to share with you for a new horror thriller called Hallowed Ground, which comes from director Miles Doleac.

The film is described as being "in the tradition of The Green Inferno and Deliverance." The story follows a married couple (Lindsay Anne Williams and Sherri Eakin), “trying to rebuild their relationship after an affair, travels to a secluded cabin and stumbles into a blood feud between the Native American owners of the property and the neighboring clan, who obsessively guard their land and punish those who trespass on it in terrifying ways.”

As you’ll see in the trailer, this looks like a crazy extreme, cult-ish, and masochistic kind of film. If you’re into this kind of stuff, then maybe this will be something you’ll enjoy.

The movie also stars Ritchie Montgomery, Lindsay Anne Williams, Sherri Eakin, Miles Doleac, Jeremy Sande, and Cotton Yancey.
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Horror 'Hallowed Ground' Trailer Puts Us in the Middle of a Blood Feud

"Our neighbors are vehemently possessive of their land..." Uncork'd Entertainment has debuted an official trailer for an indie horror film titled Hallowed Ground, the latest from filmmaker Miles Doleac. Described as "in the tradition of The Green Inferno and Deliverance," the film is about a married couple that travels to a secluded cabin in hopes of rebuilding their relationship. They stumble into a blood feud between the Native American owners of the property and the neighboring clan, who obsessively guard their land and punish those who trespass on it in terrifying ways. Starring Ritchie Montgomery, Lindsay Anne Williams, Sherri Eakin, Miles Doleac, Jeremy Sande, and Cotton Yancey. Looks a bit too extreme and cult-ish and masochistic for my tastes, but horror fans may be into it. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Miles Doleac's Hallowed Ground, direct from YouTube: A married couple (Lindsay Anne Williams & Sherri Eakin), trying
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Horror Highlights: Don’T Look, Hallowed Ground, Friday Night Death Slot

Director Miles Doleac's next film Hallowed Ground hits theaters on June 7th and VOD and DVD, just a few days later, on June 11th. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Don't Look release details and the world premiere of Friday Night Death Slots.

Don't Look VOD and DVD Release Details: "This May, take a wrong turn to hell.

Luciana Faulhaber’s unique, female-directed twist on horror films “Don’t Look” releases on VOD and DVD May 14 from Wild Eye Releasing.

Scripted by Jessica Boucher and Danielle Killay, “Don’t Look” centers on five New York City Millennials who escape the big city for a rustic Thanksgiving weekend in the country. But as will happen in horror, something threatens to shatter their peaceful getaway and they are targeted for murder.

The film, Faulhaber’s debut, recreates “the pure fun of 80's classics like Friday the 13th, The Burning or April Fool's Day
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Film Review: Rampant (2018) by Kim Sung-hoon

Following the worldwide blockbuster that emerged from ‘Train to Busan,’ it was inevitable that the studio responsible for the film would be tasked with providing a follow-up zombie film. Transporting the action back-in-time to the Feudal period of South Korean history, many of the same elements were placed into this new film.

“Rampant” is screening at the Udine Far East Film Festival

During a supposed trade between each other, Lee Chun is accused of treason against the court and sent to a remote province in the country due to his status as Prince of Joseon. Finally returning home with his concierge Hak-soo, he soon finds that the rumors are false about a band of rebels threatening to overrun the country, when they encounter a horde of flesh-eating zombies running wild in the province. Meeting up with royal guards Eul-ryong Deok-hee and Dae-gil, the group prepares a series of defenses at
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‘Warrior Nun’: Sylvia De Fanti Cast In Netflix Drama Series

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‘Warrior Nun’: Sylvia De Fanti Cast In Netflix Drama Series
Exclusive: Sylvia De Fanti is set for a key series-regular role opposite Alba Baptista in Netflix’s upcoming drama series Warrior Nun, inspired by the manga novels, from creator/executive producer Simon Barry.

Written by Barry, Warrior Nun revolves around Ava (Baptista), a 19-year-old woman who wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact embedded in her back. She discovers she is now part of an ancient order that has been tasked with fighting demons on Earth, and powerful forces representing both heaven and hell want to find and control her.

De Fanti will play Mother Superion, responsible for training the Warrior Nuns, and while she might not give the orders, she’s the one who really runs the place. Having witnessed horrors as a child, she’s burdened with the guilt of the things she
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‘Warrior Nun’: Alba Baptista To Star, Toya Turner, Tristan Ulloa, Thekla Reuten Among Six More Cast In Netflix Series

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‘Warrior Nun’: Alba Baptista To Star, Toya Turner, Tristan Ulloa, Thekla Reuten Among Six More Cast In Netflix Series
Exclusive: Alba Baptista (Leviano), is set to star and Toya Turner (Incredibles 2), Tristan Ulloa (Crash Test Aglaé ), Thekla Reuten (Red Sparrow) , Kristina Tonteri-Young (The Crocodile’s Gift), Lorena Andrea (Papillon) and Emilio Sakraya (Cold Feet) are cast as series regulars in Netflix’s upcoming drama series Warrior Nun, inspired by the Manga novels, from creator/executive producer Simon Barry.

Written by Barry, Warrior Nun revolves around Ava (Baptista), a 19-year-old woman who wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact embedded in her back. She discovers she is now part of an ancient order that has been tasked with fighting demons on Earth, and powerful forces representing both heaven and hell want to find and control her.

Baptista’s Ava is tasting freedom for the first time in her young life after being liberated from an abusive orphanage and
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Horror Highlights: Miskatonic La and NYC Events, Ghost Bait Revival

The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies Los Angeles and New York City both have two very intriguing events going on this week. Miskatonic La welcomes writer John Skipp tomorrow, March 14th, for a look at splatterpunk. Also in today's Highlights: Miskatonic NYC's Enchanting Technology event details and Ghost Bait's revival on the Travel Channel.

The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies - La's Splatterpunk Event Details: "The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies - La Presents: In Your Face Till Your Face Comes Off: John Skipp On The History Of Splatterpunk, And The Triumph Of The Overt at the Philosophical Research Society March 14th!

In the 1980s, a handful of writers — Clive Barker, David J. Schow, Joe R. Lansdale, and John Skipp & Craig Spector — inadvertently kicked off a seismic shift in literary horror. Less a conscious revolution than a spontaneous eruption of the arts, these restless artists bucked against the constraints of conventional horror,
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SXSW Film Review: ‘Porno’

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Porno’
One of the more amusing promotions in the history of exploitation cinema was for Jess Franco’s sexy-arty 1967 “Necronomicon.” In the U.S., it was released as “Succubus,” but the distributor claimed that title was too shocking for publication, so newspaper ads included a phone number that could be called to hear the lascivious-sounding word (and its definition). That self-imposed hurdle pales next to the one filmmakers have handed themselves with “Porno,” a comedy horror that despite its XXX moniker (and some gore) mostly plays like a retro teen mall-flick fantasy in the spirit of “The Lost Boys” or “Gremlins.”

Keola Racela’s film gets off to an amusingly self-aware start as youthful staff at an early 1990s movie house inadvertently summon up a real succubus hungry for their bodies and souls. Unfortunately, “Porno” gets more uneven as it goes on, with a somewhat slack midsection and a mix of earnestness,
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Nsfw ‘Porno’ Poster, Clip Enter a Haunted Movie Theater [SXSW]

Nsfw ‘Porno’ Poster, Clip Enter a Haunted Movie Theater [SXSW]
The SXSW Film Festival returns to Austin, Texas this month, and included is Keola Racela‘s micro-indie Porno, which have its World Premiere at the upcoming high profile fest. Now wehave an early look at the film, which sounds inspired by Lamberto Bava’s 1980’s classic Demons: “When a group of naive teens working at a movie theater in a small Christian […]
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‘The Spanish Princess’ Trailer: First Look At Starz’s ‘White Princess’ Follow-Up Series; Premiere Date

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Starz has released the official trailer for The Spanish Princess, the third series drawn from Philippa Gregory’s bestselling novels, following The White Queen and The White Princess. The original limited series will premiere Sunday, May 5, at 8 Pm on Starz in the U.S. and on the StarzPlay platform in the UK and Germany.

Produced by Playground and All3 Media’s New Pictures, the third installment is drawn from Gregory’s best-selling novels, The Constant Princess and The King’s Curse.

Returning to the world of Tudor royal court intrigue, The Spanish Princess is told from the point of view of the women, which also sheds light on a previously untold corner of history: the lives of people of color, living and working in 16th century London.

“Catherine of Aragon has generally been depicted negatively, as an unwanted and burdensome wife, so this story of her early years as a strong,
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Film Review: Rampant (2018) by Kim Sung-hoon

Following the worldwide blockbuster that emerged from ‘Train to Busan,’ it was inevitable that the studio responsible for the film would be tasked with providing a follow-up zombie film. Transporting the action back-in-time to the Feudal period of South Korean history, many of the same elements were placed into this new film to be released by WellGo USA on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital on February 26.

During a supposed trade between each other, Lee Chun is accused of treason against the court and sent to a remote province in the country due to his status as Prince of Joseon. Finally returning home with his concierge Hak-soo, he soon finds that the rumors are false about a band of rebels threatening to overrun the country, when they encounter a horde of flesh-eating zombies running wild in the province. Meeting up with royal guards Eul-ryong Deok-hee and Dae-gil, the group
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Drive-In Dust Offs: A Blade In The Dark (1983)

To live under the shadow of a famous father must be very hard, especially so if you choose to follow in his footsteps; the fact that you’re born unto him is beyond your control, but to take the same path will bring a lifetime of comparisons, unjust or not. Such is the case with Lamberto Bava; toiling on some of Mario’s films as assistant director (and a couple of Argento’s as well) gave him the confidence to fly solo, and his second feature A Blade in the Dark (1983) is brimming with that confidence – and a bit of blood, too.

Released in its native Italy in August, Blade arrived stateside through Ascot Films, but not until ’86; perhaps this was done to capitalize on Bava’s success with the Argento-produced Demons from the previous year. Regardless of the reasoning, Blade holds its own as an impressive giallo from a
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'Demons': Film Review | Berlin 2019

“Why should I use you as my actress?” Daniel (Glen Goei) asks the sensitive young woman sitting in front of him, who is hoping to land a role in his new stage play. The response Vicky (Yang Yanxuan) comes up with sounds deep and heartfelt, but all the time she’s talking the hateful director is wondering to himself, "Why isn’t she taking off her clothes yet?"

That’s the intro scene to Daniel Hui’s Demons, which questions the violence behind artistic creation and the pound of flesh art exacts, putting it on a par with cannibalism....
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Photos From an Old ‘Porno’ Turn a Theater into Hell [SXSW]

Photos From an Old ‘Porno’ Turn a Theater into Hell [SXSW]
The SXSW Film Festival returns to Austin, Texas this March, and included is Keola Racela‘s micro-indie Porno, which have its World Premiere at the upcoming high profile fest. In the film, which sounds inspired by Lamberto Bava’s 1980’s classic Demons: “When a group of naive teens working at a movie theater in a small Christian town discover a mysterious […]
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Upcoming Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror TV Shows

Louisa Mellor Feb 13, 2019

We look at the original fantasy and sci-fi anthologies, new takes on old classics, and comic, novel and game adaptations coming soon.

At this stage, pointing out new TV shows on the horizon is more a cruelty than a kindness. You probably haven't finished that one everyone's been going on about yet. Or that other one. Or that other other one. Don't even ask about the new one that just came out that's meant to be brilliant and totally unmissable.

The problem is... they keep making them. And they keep being good.

The best scenario for viewers would be that every single one of 43 new TV shows below all turn out to be instantly terrible so we can avoid their draw, but that's not going to happen. Some of them look brilliant.

If you can stand to look then, we rounded up the new fantasy, sci-fi, horror
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Reel Suspects bolsters Efm slate with Berlin Critics' Week, Forum titles (exclusive)

Paris-based sales company adds Chained For Life, Demons to slate.

Paris-based sales outfit Reel Suspects has added several titles to its slate ahead of the upcoming European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin.

Among the additions are two films which will have their world premieres in Berlin: Aaron Schimberg’s satire Chained For Life, which will screen in Berlin Critics’ Week, and Daniel Hui’s psychological thriller Demons, which will be presented at Berlinale Forum.

Reel Suspects will also be screening footage of Bartosz Konopka’s polish historical drama The Mute. The director’s previous credits include Fear Of Falling and
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