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Wamg Giveaway – Win the Sci-fi Thriller Beyond The Sky on DVD

Rlje Films will release the sci-fi/thriller film Beyond The Sky on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 6, 2018. Based on a story by Fulvio Sestito, Rebecca Berrih and Warren Thomas (Tell Me How I Die), the film was written by Thomas and Marc Porterfield (“Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462”). Sestito, who has won numerous awards for his short “The Showdown,” and has worked with Guillermo Del Toro’s Mirada and Tim Miller’s Blur Studios, makes his directorial debut with Beyond The Sky which stars Ryan Carnes (Valentina’s Wedding), Jordan Hinson (“Eureka”), Martin Sensmeier (The Magnificent Seven), Don Stark (“That 70’s Show”), Peter Stormare (Fargo) and Dee Wallace (E.T.). Rlje Films will release Beyond The Sky on DVD for an Srp of $27.97 and Blu-ray for an Srp of $29.97.

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Horror Highlights: Dead Night Coming to DVD from Dark Sky Films, The Golem Trailer, Beyond The Sky Acquired by Rlje Films

Starring Barbara Crampton (read Jonathan James' recent interview with the horror icon here), Dead Night is coming to DVD this September from Dark Sky Films. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Rlje Films acquires the sci-fi film Beyond the Sky for North American distribution, and we have a look at a new trailer and key art for The Golem, the latest horror movie from Jeruzalem directors Doron and Yoav Paz.

Dead Night Coming to DVD: Press Release: "James and his wife Casey load up their teenage kids and head to a remote cabin in Oregon for a weekend trip. When James ventures into the dark, snowy forest in search of firewood, he encounters a woman hidden in the frozen terrain and barely alive. James brings her back to the cabin for help, but the family has no way of knowing that the woman's presence will be the catalyst for a series
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Andy Fickman Boards Comedy ‘Tension Ring’ for Robbins Lane Entertainment (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Andy Fickman Boards Comedy ‘Tension Ring’ for Robbins Lane Entertainment (Exclusive)
Andy Fickman will direct the romantic comedy “Tension Ring,” the debut feature of the newly formed Robbins Lane Entertainment, Variety has learned exclusively.

“Tension Ring” marks the launch of Robbins Lane Entertainment, from Seth B. Fass and Scott Prisand. The shingle is named after the pair’s elementary school in Syosset, Long Island.

Fickman will direct from a script he wrote with Marnie Alexenburg and Kristen Gura Fickman. Inspired by a true love story, “Tension Ring” follows a New York stock broker who enlists the help of his girlfriend’s eccentric father to pull off the engagement of a lifetime — but quickly realizes the alliance could ruin everything.

The project is set to film in New York in early 2019. Fass and Prisand will produce with Fickman’s Oops Doughnuts, with Betsy Sullenger also producing. The film will be executive produced by Robert Leary of Vineyard Point Productions.

“We are thrilled
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Mishel Prada (‘Vida’) on playing a Latina woman we haven’t seen before [Exclusive Video Interview]

Mishel Prada (‘Vida’) on playing a Latina woman we haven’t seen before [Exclusive Video Interview]
After years of auditioning Mishel Prada began to wonder “if there was ever going to be a Latina role for somebody that’s like me.” Prada was born in the United States to immigrant parents, giving her a unique perspective on the Latinx experience. So when she read the script for “Vida” she was excited to be part of a show that was “talking about what that [experience] means.” This Starz drama centers on two sisters — Emma (Prada) and Lyn (Melissa Barrera) — who return to their East Los Angeles neighborhood following the death of their mother. While there, they are confronted with shocking truths about their mother’s true identity. Watch our exclusive video interview with Prada above.

See Will Starz’s ‘Howards End’ limited series repeat awards success of the 1992 movie that won 3 Oscars

Although she loved the script, Prada didn’t actually expect to play the lead role. She
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Afm: Former Premiere Entertainment exec launches Octane Entertainment

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Exclusive: Jack Campbell’s Octane brings nine titles to Afm

Former Premiere Entertainment Group executive Jack Campbell has launched Octane Entertainment with nine titles for Afm buyers led by This Is Your Death starring Josh Duhamel.

Backed by a Silicon Valley-based investment fund, Octane plans to finance and produce one to two cast-driven, globally appealing features a year and acquire 15-20 third-party titles a year.

This Is Your Death from producers Great Point Media centres on a lethal game show. Giancarlo Esposito directs and stars alongside Duhamel and Famke Janssen. Great Point represents Us rights.

The slate includes comedy And Punching The Clown with Henry Phillips, Sarah Silverman and J.K. Simmons, action title Cops And Robbers with Michael Jai White and Tom Berenger, and thriller Tell Me How I Die starring YouTube comedy sensation Ryan Higa.

Company president Campbell will be joined at the Afm by vice-president Tamara Nagahiro and acquisitions executive Tanya Thanadpojanamart.

“With so many
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“Death By Emoji” Bot Predicts Your End (And Promotes Ryan Higa’s New Movie)

On September 16th, Tell Me How I Die, a film co-starring YouTuber Ryan Higa, will premiere. The movie is a horror-thriller centered around a group of college students who begin to see grisly visions of their own deaths, and given that premise, it is being promoted in a fitting manner. The Tell Me How I Die team has launched the “Death By Emoji” bot, which gives Twitter users pictorial representations of their own demises.

To learn their fate, Twitter users are instructed to tweet at @DeathByEmojiBot using the hashtag #Tmhid. To kick things off, the film’s cast (which also includes former iCarly co-star Nathan Kress) submitted their own names to the bot, and it told each of them how they will kick the bucket. Apparently, Higa will be trampled by elephants at the circus. Tough way to go out, I’d say.

While Death By Emoji’s status as
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Horror Highlights: Exclusive Tell Me How I Die Clip, YouTube Spaces & Blumhouse’s Horror Vr, Child Eater, Mountain Monsters, Kill Pill

  • DailyDead
Ahead of the theatrical and VOD release of Tell Me How I Die on September 16th, Daily Dead has an exclusive clip from the film. Also: details on YouTube Spaces and Blumhouse's horror Vr collaboration, Child Eater's world premiere at Brooklyn Horror Fest, Destination America's Mountain Monsters season five renewal, and Iris Prize Festival screening details for Kill Pill.

Watch an Exclusive Clip from Tell Me How I Die: "When a group of college students takes part in an experimental drug study, an unexpected side effect gives them terrifying visions of their own murders… which begin to come true. As they scramble to outsmart and outmaneuver their date with death, they realize that the killer is among them and shares their ability to see the future – only he seems to be one step ahead in their race to survive."

Ryan Higa (YouTube's NigaHiga), Nathan Kress (iCarly), Virginia Gardner
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Tell Me How I Die Can Hardly Be Seen: A Film Review

*full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by the film's pr' firm. **there are spoilers here. Director: D.J. Viola. Writers: James Hibberd, Rob Warren Thomas and D.J. Viola. Cast: Nathan Kress, Virginia Gardner, Kirby Bliss Blanton and Ryan Higa. Tell Me How I Die is a horror-lite film from second time feature film director D.J. Viola. Written by a trio of writers, James Hibberd, Rob Warren Thomas, and D.J. Viola, the film deals with illicit drug trials and a memory enhancing toxin. The side effects of the drug give some of the protagonists the ability to see into the future. It also gives the same powers to a ruthless villain. The film is hampered by poor lighting; characters can barely be seen in some scenes and some elements cannot be seen at all. The antagonist does not make an appearance until the final act. Thus, Acts I
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Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for September 2016

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Just like that, it’s fall already. The first round of films fresh out of Tiff and Venice and Telluride are making their ways to theaters and living rooms nationwide. And now, we enter the last third of the year, with plenty of titles to be excited about. Below, you’ll see every planned theatrical release for the month of September, separated out into films with wide runs and limited ones. (Synopses are provided by festivals and distributors.)

Each week, we’ll give you an update with more specific information on where these films are playing. In the meantime, be sure to check our calendar page, where we’ll update releases for the rest of the year. Happy watching!

Week of September 2 Wide

Morgan

Director: Luke Scott

Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Boyd Holbrook, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kate Mara, Michelle Yeoh, Paul Giamatti, Rose Leslie, Toby Jones

Synopsis: A corporate troubleshooter is sent to a remote,
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Poster and trailer for horror Tell Me How I Die

A poster and trailer have arrived online for director D.J. Viola’s upcoming horror Tell Me How I Die, which is set to open in the States next month; take a look below…

When a group of college students take part in an experimental drug study, an unexpected side effect gives them terrifying visions of their own murders… which begin to come true. As they scramble to outsmart and outmaneuver their date with death, they realize that the killer is among them and shares their ability to see the future – only he seems to be one step ahead in their race to survive.

Tell Me How I Die is set for release on September 16th.
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Supergravity Debuts Trailer For Ryan Higa-Starring Horror Film ‘Tell Me How I Die’

Digital studio Supergravity has released a trailer for its latest feature film, a thriller titled Tell Me How I Die. The film stars YouTube megastar Ryan Higa, a 26-year-old vlogger who launched his YouTube channel roughly a decade ago and currently counts close to 18 million subscribers.

Higa jokingly tweeted his surprise about the film’s forthcoming release on Sept. 16 in select theaters and online -- given that he says he shot it back in the 90s.

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Horror Highlights: Blanc-Biehn Productions Global Tour, Tell Me How I Die, American Murder Song Tour, New Living Dead Dolls

Blanc-Biehn Productions are going global and they are taking their current and upcoming movies with them. Premieres are set for She Rises, Hidden in the Woods, and many more. Also in today’s Horror Highlights: details, a poster, and a trailer for Tell Me How How I Die, American Murder Song tour dates, and Mezco’s new Resurrection X Living Dead Dolls.

Blanc-Biehn Productions Global Tour Announced Plus Details: Press Release: “(Los Angeles, CA / August 9, 2016) – The film-making couple Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn are set to launch a promotional tour across the world to promote their current and upcoming movie projects.

The husband & wife film-star team and founders of indie film enterprise Blanc-Biehn Productions (Bbp) have begun a tour of Europe this summer with stops in Dublin, Ireland, Vienna and Oberwaltersdorf, Austria.

They will also appear at three Comic-Con fan expos in Europe: Wrexham, Wales (November 5-6); Manchester, England (December 3-4) and Kielce,
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Tell Me How I Die Lets Viewers See into a Blood Filled Future

A new horror film is coming your way. Titled Tell Me How I Die, the film involves drug experiments and a serial killer. The film was developed by a trio of writers, including: James Hibberd, Rob Warren Thomas and D.J. Viola. And, the film stars: Bliss Blanton (Projext X), Nathan Kress (iCarly), Ryan Higa, Virginia Gardner and Ethan Peck. A trailer for the film is available now! The official synopsis talks of an experimental drug study. A group of college students signs up for the drug trials. And, this drug provides visions of the future. Now, each experimentee can see their upcoming death, at the hands of a killer; there is no way to avoid it. Tell Me How I Die is reminiscent of another film, Bloodwork (2012). Aka Bloodworx, this title also involved drug experiments. Both films were plotted around drugs with strange side effects. And, both films deal with
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Coming Distractions: You’ve probably already watched yourself watching the trailer for Tell Me How I Die

What would you do if you could see the moment of your own death? Would you try to change it? Come to terms with your own mortality? Party as if tomorrow might never come? Well, if your immediate answer was “Die anyway, but with my body in a weirdly artistic position,” you might already be a cast member of Tell Me How I Die, a new horror movie that smooshes together Final Destination, Flatliners, and a little bit of Sandra Bullock’s weepy Premonition. (Our condolences, by the way.)

Centering on a bunch of college-age kids who start having prophetic visions of their own deaths after signing up for a drug trial, the film stars Lost’s William Mapother as the doctor overseeing the experiments, along with Virginia Gardner, who, between this and last year’s Michael Bay-produced Project Almanac, has apparently become the go-to gal for setting right
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