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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina removed Lucifer from Nick’s body. In Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3, Nick rejoined the Academy, as Caliban challenged Sabrina to a competition, and a carnival opened in Greendale. Unholy Regalia Sabrina wanted to play hooky to spend the day with Nick, who was struggling with PTSD-like symptoms and a clubbed foot as the results of his time w...
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‘The Nest’ Review: Jude Law and Carrie Coon Star in a Smoldering Drama [Sundance 2020]

In 2011, writer/director Sean Durkin left his mark on the Sundance Film Festival with Martha Marcy May Marlene, an intense cult drama that introduced the world to Elizabeth Olsen and won Durkin the festival’s U.S. Dramatic Directing Award. It’s been nine years since he’s made a movie, but he hasn’t missed a beat. Durkin has finally returned with his second feature, The Nest, which turns his focus to money – more specifically, one man’s desire for it and the chances he’ll take to get it. It’s ...
Tags: London, Movies, Drama, White House, Features, Movie Reviews, Jude-Law, Elizabeth Olsen, Sundance, Rory, Allison, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Durkin, O'hara, Coon, Sean Durkin

2020 Sundance Movies Sold Include ‘Night House’, ‘Ironbark’ and More [Continuously Updated]

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is underway, and we’ve already seen a lot of great movies in the mountains of Park City, Utah. But this year, studios and distributors are being a little more cautious when it comes to picking up any of the buzzed about movies playing at the festival. Last year saw some big deals result in disappointing box office returns, and without many big movies garnering loads of attention, the Sundance market is moving at a slower pace than usual. But even so, there are al...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Features, Netflix, House, Olivia Colman, Cia, Dublin, Hulu, Sarah, Anthony, Anthony Hopkins, Palm Springs, Puerto Rico, Walter

Disney+’s Short Circuit Trailer: Explore the Depths of Your Imagination 

Disney+’s Short Circuit trailer: Explore the depths of your imagination Disney+ has released the official trailer for their newest animated series titled Short Circuit, featuring a preview of the fourteen short films from Walt Disney Animation. All animated shorts of Short Circuit are now available for streaming. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Disney+ & Pixar’s Lamp Life Original Short Trailer Released Short Circuit is Disney Animation’s experimental short film collection ...
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One Surreal Scene From John Carpenter’s ‘In the Mouth of Madness’ Unleashed Lovecraftian Horror Perfection

(Welcome to  Scariest Scene Ever , a column dedicated to the most pulse-pounding moments in horror. In this edition: John Carpenter’s  In the Mouth of Madness  kicked off the second act with a memorable introductory scene to the insanity ahead.) The cosmic terror that permeates throughout H.P. Lovecraft’s work tends to make for a tricky task when it comes to cinematic adaptations. Vast, shapeless creatures from beyond that are too horrible and strange for the human mind to comprehend, let al...
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Starz App February 2020 Movies and TV Titles Announced

Starz App February 2020 movies and TV titles announced The full list of February 2020 movies and TV titles that will be available for streaming on the Starz App has been released, which you can now view below along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of the newest seasons of Starz‘s Golden Globe-nominated drama series Outlander and the six-episode documentary series Wrong Man. In celebration of Black History Month, this Febru...
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Epix’s War of the Worlds Trailer Reimagines H.G. Wells’ Classic Tale

Epix’s War of the Worlds trailer reimagines H.G. Wells’ classic tale Epix has released the War of the Worlds trailer for the upcoming drama series starring Golden Globe winner Gabriel Byrne (In Treatment) and Oscar nominee Elizabeth McGovern (Ragtime, Downton Abbey). Serving as a modern reimagining of H.G. Wells’ classic science fiction novel, you can watch the trailer for the series adaptation below! RELATED: Jerusalem’s Lot: Adrien Brody to Star in Epix’s New Stephen King Series Created by ...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, Movies, Jerusalem, TV News, Streaming, Adrien Brody, Gabriel Byrne, Golden Globe, Epix, Urban Myth Films, War Of The Worlds, Gilles Coulier, Howard Overman, Fox Networks Group Europe Africa

Netflix and Apple Have Considered Buying MGM as the Streaming Wars Continue

The streaming wars are really heating up now that Apple TV+ is a key player alongside the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It’ll soon get even more crowded with the upcoming arrival of Peacock from NBCUniversal and HBO Max from Warner Media. But not every content provider out there has the money to create their own streaming service, which means some studios are in the market to work out deals for their content libraries, or perhaps even selling the entire studio. That’s what MGM might ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Apple TV, Netflix, MGM, Cnbc, Dre, Epix, Netflix Hulu, Warner Media, Appletv, Solus Alternative Asset Management, Disney WarnerMedia, Anchorage Capital Highland Capital

The Prisoner Limited Edition Enamel Pin Badges & Art Print Revealed

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Prisoner limited edition enamel pin badges & art print revealed On Thursday, January 30, Vice Press will be releasing a set of officially licensed enamel pin badges by Florey and a new art print by Dan Orgill for The Prisoner. The Prisoner was a 1967 British sci-fi series starring and created by Patrick McGoohan. You can check out photos of the enamel pin badges and Dan Orgill’s new art print in the gallery below! RELATED: Lionsgate Lands U.S. Rights to Benedict Cumber...
Tags: UK, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, TV News, Extras, Florey, ComingSoon, Patrick McGoohan, Vice Press, The Prisoner, Britt Lower Josh Lawson, Dan Orgill

Robert Rodriguez’s Red 11 & Film School Docuseries Lands at Tubi

Robert Rodriguez’s Red 11 & Film School docuseries lands at Tubi Deadline is reporting that Robert Rodriguez’s sci-fi thriller Red 11 and his The Robert Rodriguez Film School docuseries has landed at Tubi after the platform acquired exclusive streaming rights to the projects. RELATED: Sundance 2020: NEON & Hulu Near Palm Springs Deal, Amazon Acquires Uncle Frank “I’m thrilled to be partnering with Tubi to deliver Red 11 and its accompanying Film School docuseries free of charge and easily acc...
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‘A Star is Born’, ‘Chernobyl,’ and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Win Awards at the 2020 Grammys

The music stars turned out for the 2020 Grammy Awards, but a few movie stars got their time to shine on music’s biggest night. Two of those with “star” in their name: A Star is Born and John Williams’ instrumental track composed for Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park land in Walt Disney World and Disneyland were among the 2020 Grammy Award winners Sunday night. The night’s biggest winner, disruptive pop force Billie Eilish, swept the top awards just as she prepares to be the youngest ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Awards, Bradley Cooper, James Bond, Lady Gaga, Quentin Tarantino, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Chernobyl, Grammy Awards, John-Williams, Bond, Billie Eilish

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Trailer Previews Netflix’s New Anime Series

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 trailer previews Netflix’s new anime series Netflix has released the official trailer for their upcoming anime series Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, which is based on the long-running manga franchise and anime series that ran on-air for two seasons from 2002-2005. Featuring the return of the original voice cast including Atsuko Tanaka as Motoko Kusanagi, Akio Otsuka as Batou, and Koichi Yamadera as Togusa, the new installment will be available for streaming someti...
Tags: Video, Japan, TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Scarlett Johansson, Shell, Wolf, Batou, Masamune Shirow, Atsuko Tanaka, Togusa, Koichi Yamadera, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, Motoko Kusanagi Akio Otsuka

‘Doctor Who’ Rewrites History With the Introduction of a New Doctor in “Fugitive of the Judoon”

Well, that certainly was a lot. Doctor Who has been firing on all cylinders this season after a lackluster season 11, and the latest episode “Fugitive of the Judoon” was the most explosive yet. It’s a wildly marked difference between seasons for showrunner Chris Chibnall, who seems to be taking critics’ words to heart after his inaugural season of underwhelming standalone episodes; this time, it’s all season-long mysteries and arcs, baby. But can Chibnall pull off such an ambitious arc that inv...
Tags: Television, Movies, Time, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Graham, David Tennant, Peter Capaldi, Khan, Jack, Smith, Bbc America, Gloucester, John Hurt

Teenagers recreate Toy Story 3 using stop-motion animation

Brothers Morgan and Mason McGrew were teenagers when they embarked on an 8-year-quest to remake Toy Story 3. The full length movie is on YouTubeand according to Gizmodo the project has Disney's blessing. From Gizmodo: If you’re interested in how the McGrew brothers actually made this fan film happen, you can head over to their Facebook page which features a series of behind the scenes looks at what went into their amateur production which started back in 2011. The British website Joe also publis...
Tags: Video, Hollywood, Movies, News, Makers, Disney, Pixar, Gizmodo, Fan Art, Toy Story, Joe, McGrew, Mason McGrew, Brothers Morgan

Exclusive Holly Slept Over Trailer Starring Britt Lower & Josh Lawson

Exclusive Holly Slept Over trailer starring Britt Lower & Josh Lawson is debuting the first trailer for the comedy Holly Slept Over, starring Britt Lower (Man Seeking Woman, Casual) and Josh Lawson (Bombshell, Superstore). You can check out the trailer now in the player below! RELATED: Sony Developing Anaconda Reboot From Divergent Screenwriter Holly Slept Over also stars Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones) and Ron Livingston (A Million Little Things). When Audra (Britt Lower) ...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Sony, Sony Pictures, Noël, Holly, Britt, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Audra, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ron Livingston, ComingSoon, Movie News, Josh Lawson, Holly Slept Over

‘The Nowhere Inn’ Review: St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein Tackle the Surreal Side of Fame [Sundance 2020]

On stage, St. Vincent is sexy, mysterious, and seemingly all-powerful. Offstage, though, she’s Annie Clark – and Annie Clark is a bit of a boring nerd. Or so says The Nowhere Inn, a surreal meta-comedy about fame – and what we demand from the famous people we idolize. Framed as both a faux documentary and a narrative film, The Nowhere Inn finds Clark’s best friend Carrie Brownstein, of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia fame, setting out to make a documentary about St. Vincent on tour. But as Clark ...
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Lionsgate Lands U.S. Rights to Benedict Cumberbatch’s Spy Thriller Ironbark

Lionsgate lands U.S. rights to Benedict Cumberbatch’s spy thriller Ironbark reports that Lionsgate has officially landed the North American rights to director Dominic Cooke’s upcoming spy thriller film titled Ironbark, with Roadside Attractions reportedly set to handle the film’s theatrical release. Starring Emmy winner Benedict Cumberbatch and Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan, the film had its world premiere last Friday at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. RELATED: POLL RESULTS: Who Sho...
Tags: UK, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Lionsgate, Africa, Roland Emmerich, Cooke, ComingSoon, Movie News, Dominic Cooke, Rachel Brosnahan, Tom O Connor, Iron Bark, Lionsgate Lands U S Rights, Greville Wynne Ironbark, Emily Donovan Jessie Buckley Chernobyl

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina and her friends retrieved Nick, along with Lucifer, from hell, and she ascended to the throne as others in hell questioned Lilith’s legitimacy. In Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2, Sabrina is conflicted over her main duty of dragging souls to hell. Pinwheels Lilith pulled Sabrina aside during cheerleading practice. Not enough souls had been d...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Queen, TV News, Zelda, Damascus, Recap, NICK, Lucy, Lucifer, Loch Ness, TV Recap, Agatha, Judas, Judith

‘I Blame Society’ Poster Teases a Bold and Meta Approach to Murder [Exclusive]

There are more than a few films out there about the artistic struggles of filmmakers and writers. Outside of the films themselves, many creatives get their start directing shorts while others come out of the gate swinging with a full-on directorial feature…and the practice of abandoning projects due to lack of funding, rejection, or shifting passions is all too familiar. Having previously worked on two short films that premiered at SXSW, director Gillian Wallace Horvat tackles filmmaker frus...
Tags: Movies, Poster, Sxsw, Rotterdam, Horvat, Anthony Burrill, Burrill, I Blame Society, Meta Approach, Gillian Wallace Horvat

This Live-Action Toy Story 3 Remake Made By Teens Puts My Own Teen Accomplishments to Shame

Think back to your greatest childhood accomplishment, was it making a pot holder out of popsicle sticks? Or maybe beating Super Mario Bros. in a single afternoon? Impressive feats, but Morgan and Mason McGrew spent eight entire years of their childhood using a combination of stop-motion and live-action footage to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Movies, Stop Motion, Pixar, Mario Bros, Morgan, Fan Films, Mason McGrew, Toy Story 3, Morgan Mcgrew

Dave Filoni, Christopher Yost Among Choices to Replace Obi-Wan Kenobi TV Series Writer

Disney is looking within its circle of Lucasfilm regulars for a writer to replace Hossein Amini on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series. Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels creator Dave Filoni and longtime Star Wars TV writer Christopher Yost are among those being eyed by Disney as the new Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series writer. Both Filoni and Yost are part of the Disney+ family as well, having written episodes of The Mandalorian, with Filoni also directing two of them. Filoni and Yost might be th...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Netflix, Lucasfilm, Yost, Screenwriting, Amini, Hossein Amini, Christopher Yost, Dave Filoni, Filoni, Obi-wan Kenobi, Deborah Chow, Obi-Wan Kenobi Series

Ancient Egypt stories ready to be hit films

— by SIMON LEDGER — There are many stories about Ancient Egypt that have turned out to be big on-screen movie hits. From the tale of “The Prince of Egypt” to “The Mummy” trilogy and the life of the most beautiful woman in her time, Cleopatra, these stories captured the mystic side of this culture. […]
Tags: Movies, Features, Egypt, The Mummy, God of Egypt

‘Downhill’ Review: ‘Force Majeure’ Gets a Watered-Down, Mostly Amusing American Remake [Sundance 2020]

If you watched Ruben Östlund’s uncomfortable dark comedy Force Majeure and thought, “This is good, but it would be better if it was nicer and more watered-down,” you’re in luck. Downhill is exactly that – a remake that is more or less the same movie as its original – with most of what made the original so special tactfully removed. That’s not to say Downhill is bad – it’s not. It’s perfectly fine. And anyone watching it who hasn’t seen Force Majeure beforehand might find even more to love. But ...
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Uncharted Movie Pushed Back, Masters of the Universe Undated

Uncharted Movie Pushed Back, Masters of the Universe Undated According to Deadline, Sony Pictures has changed the released date for the long-in developing film adaptation of Uncharted, based on the popular action-adventure video game of the same name. Originally set to debut later this year on December 18, 2020, the Tom Holland-led film will now hit theaters on March 5, 2021. The slot was previously occupied by the Noah Centineo-led Masters of the Universe remake which has now been undated. ...
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Exclusive: Alamo Drafthouse Audiences Pick the Best Films of 2019, Rank the ‘Star Wars’ Movies, and More in a New Infographic

We’re almost a full month into 2020, but the folks at the Alamo Drafthouse chain of theaters aren’t done looking back on the films of 2019. They’ve been crunching the numbers and they’ve given us an exclusive first look at what their audiences thought were they best films of 2019. Heck, they dug even deeper than that and also collected votes on the best scenes and performances. They also voted on the definitive ranking of all the Star Wars movies, and named their most anticipated movies of 2020...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Infographic, Black Widow, Avengers, Joaquin Phoenix, Joker, Skywalker, Tenet, Alamo Drafthouse, Little Women, Parasite, Star-Wars, Revenge Of The Sith, Midsommar, Jojo Rabbit

New Trailer for Irish Language Period Thriller ARRACHT

First look at the upcoming Irish historical thriller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Blu-Ray Review - THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951)

A prim English missionary and a gruff riverboat captain attempt to thwart the occupying German forces in WWI East Africa. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Klaus’ and ‘I Lost My Body’ Win Big at 2020 Annie Awards as Netflix Dominates

Christmas can never come too late for Klaus, which emerged as the big winner at the 2020 Annie Awards. But the even bigger winner at the ceremony celebrating the year’s best in animation was Netflix, which dominated the Annie Awards with a whopping 19 wins across all categories. The race to the Oscars heats up with the annual Annie Awards, held every year by the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Association. While the ceremony is usually a predictor for only one major cate...
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NEON Acquires U.S. Rights to See-Saw’s Romantic Drama Ammonite  

NEON acquires U.S. rights to See-Saw’s romantic drama Ammonite NEON has successfully acquired the North American theatrical distribution rights to writer-director Francis Lee’s romantic drama film Ammonite, Deadline confirmed. Starring Oscar winner Kate Winslet as Mary Anning and four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan as Charlotte, the studio had reportedly won the deal against other top film distributors for $3 million. NEON is best for releasing award-winning films such as: the biopic drame...
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Sundance 2020: NEON & Hulu Near Palm Springs Deal, Amazon Acquires Uncle Frank

Sundance 2020: NEON & Hulu near Palm Springs deal, Amazon acquires Uncle Frank The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is underway and sales are already being made for some of the buzziest titles premiering at the event. Deadline is reporting that Amazon has acquired Oscar winner Alan Ball’s (American Beauty) drama Uncle Frank in a $12 million deal, while NEON and Hulu are reportedly in advance talks to close a collaborative world rights deal for Max Barbakow’s (The Duke) Palm Springs. According to D...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Hulu, Sundance film festival, Deadline, South, Palm Springs, Nyu, Frank, Alan Ball, Peter Gallagher, Chris Parker, Movie News, Max Barbakow, Lillis, Uncle Frank