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Mom & Dad starring Nic Cage and Selma Blair hits theaters/VOD this January

The upcoming Nicolas Cage horror-comedy MOM & DAD is one that I have been keeping my eye on in a big way. Not only do I love Selma Blair, and can't wait to see her go toe-to-toe with a crazy Nic Cage, but the film's premise is... um... killer. The flick focuses on a bout of worldwide hysteria which leads parents to seek out and attempt to murder their own children in...
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Mom and Dad (TIFF Review)

PLOT: An inexplicable phenomena results in parents being uncontrollably compelled to murder their children. REVIEW: MOM AND DAD marks the solo directorial debut of Brian Taylor , one half of the famous Neveldine/Taylor directorial duo, which brought us such crazed classics as the CRANK series and GAMER. Despite a presumably lower budget then their last outing as a team, GHOST...
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Where in the Horror are they Now? Selma Blair!

SELMA BLAIR THEN : Every couple of weeks we talk about some of the coolest genre stars in this column. And while this week is certainly no exception, this talented actress has also done a few awesome non-genre flicks that I may just have to bring up. This includes a freaky black comedy from filmmaker Todd Solondz and even a John Waters journey into the bizarre....
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Selma Blair joins Nicolas Cage to play a killer couple in Mom and Dad

We learned back in February that Nicolas Cage would be re-teaming with GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE director Brian Taylor for the horror film MOM AND DAD , so we've known for a few months who will be playing the "dad" of the title. We've been in need of a mom, and now we know who she's going to be. Tracking-Board hears that Selma Blair has signed on...
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Ron Perlman talks Hellboy 3 story, still wants to do it

  Ron Perlman talking up HELLBOY 3 is nothing new. The actor time and time again has let it be known he's more than willing to brave the character's make-up again one last time in order to see the HELLBOY series completed properly. And, as you well know, it's quite apparent director Guillermo del Toro is too tied up with other projects to make it happen... not to mention the fact that...
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Original Vs. Remake: The Fog

The majority obviously agreed, some even laughably, with the king of our last Halloween seasoned Original Vs. Remake , which had John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN making Rob Zombie's redo its bitch. Yes, the 1978 original was the clear choice, yet some still had to make it known that Zombie's version wasn't a total shitfest (like his sequel). I'm cool with that. For today's O vs. R, we are...
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The F*cking Black Sheep: The Fog (2005)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! The Fog (2005) Directed by Rupert Wainwright Ok, ok. First...
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Hellboy creator says there won't be a third film

Here's some disappointing, but not unsurprising, news. HELLBOY creator Mike Mignola recently sat down with Comic Book Resources to talk about the latest series of the comic and shared his thoughts on the long-awaited third film in the HELLBOY franchise, mentioning that aside from the difficulty in explaining the release pattern for the book, the other public relations deal that he'll...
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IFC Midnight's Hellgate and In Their Skin DVD artwork; arriving March 12

IFC Midnight is one label that has been knocking it out of the park in terms of delivering quality genre fare, so it's with much excitement that we share the DVD artwork for two of their upcoming titles, both releasing next month. The home invasion thriller IN THEIR SKIN has been available on VOD since November, but if you haven't gotten a chance to check it out yet, look for it on...
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Guillermo Del Toro elaborates on Crimson Peak announcement

CRIMSON PEAK marks about the zillionth film announcement Guillermo Del Toro has made this year. Nevertheless, the director seems to be serious about this one and has elaborated on the project via his official website's fan forum: CP is not Hell House at all. Nothing could be further from that. CP is a spec script Matthew [Robbins] and I wrote right after Pan's Labyrinth....
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