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Lars von Trier takes Uma Thurman into The House That Jack Built

A serial killer movie that is set to star Matt Dillon as the serial killer in question, director Lars von Trier's THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT will soon begin filming in Trollhättan, Sweden, and von Trier just added two more cast members before cameras start rolling. Joining the project are two actresses who have worked with von Trier before: Uma Thurman, who was in his...
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03.07.2017
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Keough and Grabol enter The House That Jack Built for Lars von Trier

Controversial Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier will soon begin production on a serial killer movie called THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT , an idea that was originally conceived as a TV mini-series but has since been whittled down into a feature. To mark the occasion, von Trier has shared an "evocative photo with a cinematic reference", an homage to the 1932 classic VAMPYR. The...
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02.14.2017
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Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz cast in Lars von Trier's The House That Jack Built

Lars von Trier's upcoming serial killer film  THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT has found its Jack! The titular killer who the film follows, he will be brought to life by none other than Matt Dillon. Dillon has held roles in projects as varied as THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY, THE OUTSIDERS, and Wayward Pines, but this will almost certainly be his most hardcore performance....
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11.02.2016
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In Order of Disappearance (Fantasia Review)

PLOT: A snow-plough driver ( Stellan Skarsgard ) living in Norway goes after the crime syndicate responsible for the death of his son. REVIEW: “A father has to avenge his son.” That’s the sole explanation given by Skarsgard’s Nils as he cuts a swath through Norway’s underworld, racking up a body count that would do Charles Bronson proud....
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07.25.2014
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Scream Factory's Nosferatu the Vampyre Blu-ray details and cover art

Werner Herzog's NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE has been given the Scream Factory treatment and we've got all the details you need right here, including the cover art! Since its release in 1979, Wener Herzog’s NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE has not only become one of the director’s most acclaimed films, but one of the most compelling and visually-striking interpretations of the...
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02.12.2014
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