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Jason Blum Is As Upset As You No One Saw Upgrade, Offers Update On TV Adaptation

"Upgrade" is getting an upgrade. When the bonkers-in-Yonkers sci-fi action film, written and directed by Leigh Whannell, released in 2018, it received a pithy welcome at the box office, though critics like /Film's Matt Donato had a good time with it. Whannell moved onto his bombshell hit "The Invisible Man" in 2020, and now that the dust has settled on the (pardon the pun) universal fanfare and praise surrounding the resurrected Universal Monsters franchise-launcher, the writer-director has sign...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Leigh Whannell, Jason Blum, Chris Anderson, Grey, Yonkers, Tim Walsh, Blumhouse, Blum, Asha, Logan Marshall Green, Marshall Green, Matt Donato, James Roland

Interview: Intrusion Director Adam Salky Talks Netflix Thriller

Netflix’s latest thriller is Intrusion starring Freida Pinto and Logan Marshall-Green. The film features plenty of drama after a couple moves to a new town and find themselves the victim of a break-in. “Meera (Freida Pinto) and Henry Parsons (Logan Marshall-Green) move to a small town in New Mexico seeking peace and togetherness,” says the official synopsis. “Instead, they become victims of a random act of violence that disrupts their lives and unearths secrets of their pasts. As their trust ero...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Netflix, Streaming, New Mexico, Chris, Albuquerque, Henry, Logan, Freida Pinto, Meera, Adam Salky, ComingSoon, Movie News, Freida, Logan Marshall Green

‘Intrusion’ Review: Dream House Turns Nightmare in Pedestrian Netflix Thriller

If we have learned anything from movies of recent years, it is that moving into one’s dream house will surely lead to terror and death. That improbable yet familiar arc is traced again in “Intrusion,” wherein the domesticity under threat belongs to a wide-eyed Freida Pinto. Director Adam Salky and writer Christopher Sparling’s thriller will […]
Tags: Reviews, Freida Pinto, Adam Salky, Logan Marshall-Green, Christopher Sparling

Intrusion Director Explains How The Pandemic Made Him Reinvent The Film [Interview]

Netflix's "Intrusion" is a thriller that hits close to home. Meera (Freida Pinto) is caught up in dangerous intrigue after an unexpected incident -- someone breaking into her and her husband's (Logan Marshall-Green) home -- causes her to uncover things she never expected. As the film's trailer suggests, Meera unearths horrific secrets when she digs into why people broke into her beautiful, modern house in the New Mexico mountains. As events unfold, you're right there with her for every twist and...
Tags: Movies, News, Netflix, Maine, New Mexico, Albuquerque, Henry, Freida Pinto, Meera, Adam Salky, Logan Marshall Green, Chris Sparling, Meera Freida Pinto, Salky, Film Intrusion

Horror Movies To Watch If You Loved The Invisible Man

In ways both great and unfortunate, Leigh Whannell's "The Invisible Man" was a perfect pre-COVID-19 watch. Its protagonist, the indelible Cecilia Kass (Elizabeth Moss), is tormented by a camouflaged evil — one that infiltrates and corrupts every inch of the house she occupies, rendering her normal life meaningless. But the illness that Kass' ex, Adrian Griffin (Oliver Taylor-Cohen), represents is less pathogen than pathological; he is a gaslighter with psychotic tendencies, a man whose brillianc...
Tags: Movies, California, America, David, Franco, Creep, TNT, Leigh Whannell, Spielberg, Sarah Paulson, David Fincher, Lola, Eden, Adrian, Cam, Jefferson Airplane

Movies About Cults That Will Keep You Up At Night

Cults are uniquely terrifying because just about anyone is susceptible to their charms. No one wants to lose their autonomy, and yet again and again, people who join cults do just that. Movies about cults tap into those fears, taking control away from both the heroes and also those rooting for them.Originally, cults were factions who worshipped a specific god. Later, cults became defined as groups of people, usually under a leader whom they worship, who are up to no good, and who use coercion to...
Tags: Wtf, Movies, Sweden, America, Los Angeles, David, Netflix, West, United States, Williams, House, David Cronenberg, Salem, Stanley Kubrick, Catholic, Christian

Intrusion: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)You might be tempted to think that if you've seen one home invasion movie, you've seen them all. While it's true that the conventions of this subgenre make it slightly more difficult to be truly unique, creative, and distinct from previous efforts, I would humbly suggest that there's still a little more juice to be wrung out of t...
Tags: Movies, Scotland, Netflix, Tom Hardy, Don, Pinto, Freida Pinto, Mowgli, Albuquerque New Mexico, Denis Villeneuve, Adam Salky, Logan Marshall Green, Chris Sparling, SlashFilm, Eric Lin, Alex Heffes

Intrusion Trailer: Freida Pinto And Logan Marshall-Green Get Paranoid In A Netflix Thriller

Netflix is coming out with a slew of original features, one of which is "Intrusion," a thriller that focuses on a couple who live in a beautiful, modern house. Things don't stay so tranquil, of course — someone breaks into their home and the wife (Freida Pinto) starts trying to understand why and uncovers more than she bargained for.To get us excited for the film, which drops on Netflix on September 22, Netflix released a trailer that introduces us to the happy(?) couple and hints at the intrigu...
Tags: Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Broadchurch, New Mexico, Pinto, Freida Pinto, Albuquerque New Mexico, Adam Salky, Logan Marshall Green, SlashFilm, Freida Pinto Hillbilly Elegy, Logan Marshall Green Get Paranoid

Netflix’s Intrusion Trailer Starring Freida Pinto & Logan Marshall-Green

Netflix has released the official Intrusion trailer for Adam Salky’s upcoming drama thriller, starring Freida Pinto (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) and Logan Marshall-Green (Upgrade). The film is scheduled to make its debut on September 22. The video, which you can check out below, highlights a traumatic home invasion that leads Pinto’s character into trying to find answers about their intruder’s real motives as her suspicions towards her husband and the small town they’ve moved into continue t...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Streaming, Logan, Pinto, Freida Pinto, Adam Salky, ComingSoon, Movie News, Logan Marshall Green, Matthew Myers, Chris Sparling, Alexandra Milchan, Intrusion

Freida Pinto in Freaky Home Invasion Stylish Thriller 'Intrusion' Trailer

"Everyone is keeping secrets…" Netflix has revealed an official trailer for another intriguing home invasion suspense thriller called Intrusion, which looks a lot like so many of these other home invasion thrillers over the last few years. When a husband and wife move to a small town, a home invasion leaves the wife traumatized and suspicious that those around her might not be who they seem. Freida Pinto and Logan Marshall-Green star as the husband and wife who move into a very slick modern ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Freida Pinto, To Watch, Logan Marshall Green, Robert John Burke Sarah Minnich Mark Sivertsen, Hayes Hargrove

Netflix Unveils Fall Release Dates for 42 Movies Including Don’t Look Up 

Netflix has officially announced the release dates for its complete fall 2021 movie lineup which consists of 42 original movies that are set to debut from September to December. This includes highly-anticipated films such as Adam McKay’s star-studded film Don’t Look Up that will be led by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence; the action spy movie film Red Notice starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds; Jane Campion’s upcoming drama The Power of the Dog starring Benedict Cumberba...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Drama, Australia, Dwayne Johnson, Horror, Mexico, Scotland, La, China, New York City, Sci-fi, Earth

Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Alien’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Alien franchise.) The Alien franchise has a little bit of something for everyone. There are scares, thrills, existential dread, some laughs, and even a little bit of romance. Regardless of what you’re looking for, there’s an Alien film tailored to your wants. The franchise started in 1979 with Alien, which followed a rag-tag crew of space tuggers who ge...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Colorado, Earth, Features, David, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, David Fincher, Bishop, Joss Whedon, Lex, Bill Paxton, Damon Lindelof

10 Single-Location Movies That Show You Don’t Need a Big Budget to Tell a Good Story

For over a year now, many of us have been stuck in the same location: doing remote work, going out and traveling less, living like cloistered movie monks. Everyone has their own personal  quarantine stream  and we’ve already seen the Zoom-based horror film Host explore a confined, coronavirus-adjacent narrative. Even before the pandemic, however, there was a robust tradition of filmmakers shooting one-location features on a low budget. Often, these were first-time directors striving for innovat...
Tags: Movies, Iraq, Features, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, New Jersey, Manhattan, 12 Angry Men, Amy Adams, Ryan Reynolds, Tom Hardy, Melanie Laurent, Will, National Film Registry, Dante, Clinton

‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Series From David E. Kelley and Starring Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Pulls Up at Netflix

Netflix is taking the wheel on a new The Lincoln Lawyer series. The streaming giant announced a series order for The Lincoln Lawyer series adaptation from executive producer and writer David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies), who will be penning the Manuel Garcia-Rulfo-starring series with showrunner Ted Humphrey (Wisdom of the Crowd). Hot off his HBO drama The Undoing, David E. Kelley will be tackling a new mystery with The Lincoln Lawyer series, which has been picked up to order by Netflix. And ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Drama, Los Angeles, Netflix, Cbs, Lincoln, Connelly, Humphrey, Haller, Manuel, Kelley, Michael Connelly, Mickey Haller

David E. Kelly’s The Lincoln Lawyer Gets Series Order at Netflix

David E. Kelly’s The Lincoln Lawyer Gets Series Order at Netflix Less than a year since CBS axed the development of David E. Kelley’s series adaptation of The Lincoln Lawyer, Deadline brings word that Netflix has officially given a series order to Kelley’s newest version of the project, which will be based on author Michael Connelly’s crime novel series. In honor of the character’s Latinx origins in the books, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (The Magnificent Seven) has been cast for the leading role as M...
Tags: TV, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Los Angeles, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Lincoln, Kevin Hart, Kelly, Connelly, Haller, Manuel, Kelley, Fineman

Intrusion: Freida Pinto & Logan Marshall-Green to Star in Netflix’s Home Invasion Film

Intrusion: Freida Pinto & Logan Marshall-Green to Star in Netflix’s Home Invasion Film According to The Hollywood Reporter, BAFTA nominee Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) and Upgrade star Logan Marshall-Green have been tapped for the leading roles in Netflix‘s forthcoming thriller film titled Intrusion, which centers around a home invasion. This marks Pinto’s third collaboration with the streamer after she first starred in this year’s romantic comedy film Love Wedding Repeat and will also n...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Streaming, Danny Boyle, Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Tom Sturridge, Ron Howard, Pinto, Freida Pinto, Andie Macdowell, Blumhouse, Karyn Kusama, Adam Salky, Michael Loccisano Getty

‘Upgrade’ TV Series Coming From Blumhouse and Director Leigh Whannell

Leigh Whannell‘s fantastic sci-fi-action-horror pic Upgrade is headed to the small screen. The Upgrade TV series won’t be a remake of the movie but will instead be set a few years after the events of Whannell’s 2018 flick that saw Logan Marshall-Green play a paraplegic who is given the ability to walk again – and seek revenge against the people who murdered his wife – with the help of an A.I. implant.   Upgrade Let me be blunt: Leigh Whannell’s Upgrade kicks ass. It takes what could’ve b...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Upgrade, Leigh-Whannell, Grey, Tim Walsh, Blumhouse, Film to TV, Action/Adventure, Logan Marshall Green, James Roland, Whannell, Whannell Blumhouse Television, Tim Walsh Treadstone Chicago P D Shooter, Krystal Ziv Houghton, Walsh Whannell

CBS Pulls the Plug on David E. Kelly’s Lincoln Lawyer

CBS Pulls the Plug on David E. Kelly’s Lincoln Lawyer According to Deadline, CBS has decided not to go through with David E. Kelley’s planned TV adaptation of Michael Connelly’s bestseller, The Lincoln Lawyer. The news comes as a shock, as the series had a massive series production commitment. The trade states: “no force majeure has not been invoked yet but the two sides are yet to get into the nitty-gritty of settling the big series penalty.” RELATED: HBO Renews Insecure for a Fifth Season!...
Tags: TV, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, TV News, Cbs, Lincoln, Mickey, Michael Connelly, Mickey Haller, David E. Kelley, ComingSoon, Ted Humphrey, Logan Marshall Green, David E Kelly, Lincoln Lawyer, Sam Rockwell Ben Schwartz

D.J. Caruso to Direct Faith-Based ‘Redeeming Love’, Which Stars Logan Marshall-Green, Famke Janssen, and More

Director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia, Eagle Eye) has a new movie on the way: Redeeming Love, an adaptation of Francine Rivers‘ novel that’s a retelling of the Biblical book of Hosea, but set in the American Old West. Logan Marshall-Green (Upgrade), Abigail Cowen (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Nina Dobrev (Vampire Diaries), Famke Janssen (X-Men, Taken), Tom Lewis (Gentleman Jack), and Eric Dane (Grey’s Anatomy, The Last Ship) are leading the cast. Get a breakdown of the plot below. For a stretc...
Tags: Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Drama, Lionsgate, Casting, California, Adaptation, Angel, Al Pacino, Religious, Vin Diesel, Caruso, Hosea, J Caruso, Nina Dobrev, Xander Cage

Review: Adopt a Highway

— by BEV QUESTAD — Ethan Hawke delivers an intricate, internal, virtuoso performance as a man freshly released from jail after 21 years. He’s not angry, bitter or resentful, but socially slow and afraid. Russell Millings (Hawke) is a victim of the Three Strikes Law. His third offense was possessing narcotics (director’s notes say an […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Ethan Hawke, Logan Marshall-Green, BEV QUESTAD Ethan Hawke, Russell Millings Hawke

The 100 Best Horror Movies of the Past Decade [Part Four]

Welcome to part four of our countdown of the 100 best horror movies the past decade. This final entry tackles entries 50-26. You can read part one right here, part two over here, and part three over yonder.  Here are the absolute best horror movies of the past decade. We’ve made it. Homestretch time. The Crème de la Crème. This was the hardest feature I’ve ever had to order in my entire journalistic career because every single one of the films below will live on as an “all-timer” (in my opini...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Spain, Features, Green, Richard Jenkins, Guillermo Del Toro, Rose Byrne, Tigers, Elijah Wood, Leigh Whannell, Mia, Busan

‘Adopt a Highway’ Trailer: Ethan Hawke Takes Care of An Abandoned Baby

Ethan Hawke and a baby are the only things you need to sell a movie. But Adopt a Highway, Logan Marshall-Green‘s quietly moving directorial debut, goes the extra mile and gives us Ethan Hawke with a very scraggly beard, and a baby. Watch the Adopt a Highway trailer below. Adopt a Highway Trailer Ethan Hawke stars in Adopt a Highway as an ex-convict who struggles to acclimate to civilian life after serving 21 years in prison for possessing an ounce of marijuana. One day he finds an aband...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Ethan Hawke, Movie Trailers, Independent, Logan Marshall-Green, Adopt a Highway

Ethan Hawke in Trailer for Logan Marshall-Green's 'Adopt a Highway'

"I don't even know what I'm doing with myself anymore…" RLJE Films has released an official trailer for an indie drama titled Adopt a Highway, which initially premiered at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year. The film marks the directorial debut of actor Logan Marshall-Green, born in South Carolina, who doesn't appear in the film. Adopt a Highway stars Ethan Hawke as a man just released from prison after serving 21 years for a 3rd strike conviction for possessing an ounce of marijuana. ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Ethan Hawke, South Carolina, Indies, To Watch, Logan Marshall Green, BETTY GABRIEL, Elaine Hendrix Diane Gaeta Mo McRae Chris Sullivan

‘Adopt a Highway’ Review: An Honest, Open-Road Ballad About Life’s Unpredictability [SXSW]

Actor Logan Marshall-Green ’s directorial debut Adopt A Highway feels tailor-made for Austin’s South by Southwest Film Festival. It has nothing to do with horror, mind you, despite Blumhouse’s production banner. What could double as an acoustic country ballad whispers a nomad folk tale about one simple task: getting by. Indie bloodlines run through Marshall-Green’s jailhouse poetry without overly romanticized narratives, more appropriately about passing moments than revelations. It’s about mu...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, America, Austin, Movie Reviews, Ethan Hawke, Anna, Sxsw, Independent, Jason Isbell, Tony, Hawke, Russell, Ella, Blumhouse

SXSW Film Review: ‘Adopt a Highway’

“First Reformed” last year provided Ethan Hawke with an actor’s dream role in terms of character depth and meaningful conflicts — even if the Academy was practically the only awards-nominating body that failed to notice what he did with it. “Adopt a Highway” provides a different kind of challenge, the hopeless uphill struggle type, in […]
Tags: Reviews, Ethan Hawke, Sxsw, Logan Marshall-Green, SXSW Film Review, Adopt a Highway

Now Stream This: ‘The Master’, ‘Horror Noire’, ‘High Flying Bird’, ‘Child’s Play’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Greetings, movie watchers. It’s time for another edition of Now Stream This, where I attempt to bring you an eclectic mix of movies streaming right this very moment. This week, we have one of Paul Thomas Anderson’s best films; a fantastic horror documentary; a Steven Soderbergh flick shot on an iPhone; a horror classic; a documentary that will make...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Reagan, Upgrade, Features, Brooklyn, Thriller, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke

2018 Kaedrin Movie Awards

Welcome to the thirteenth annual Kaedrin Movie Awards! Lucky number 13! A baker's dozen! The idea is to recognize films for various achievements that don't always reflect well on top 10 lists or traditional awards. There are lots of formal award categories and nominees listed below, but once those are announced, we'll also leave some room for Arbitrary Awards that are more goofy and freeform. Finally, we'll post a traditional top 10 list (usually sometime in early/mid-February). But first up is ...
Tags: Movies, Paddington, Ocean, Michael Pena, Josh Brolin, Chris Hemsworth, Deadpool, Jennifer Garner, Rachel Weisz, Henry Cavill, Tom Cruise, Ryan Reynolds, Tom Hardy, Ma Dong, Joaquin Phoenix, Nicolas Cage