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V. C. Andrews' Gates of Paradise Review: Annie and the Horny House of Horrors!

Annie, are you Ok? Are you Ok, Annie?!

Just kidding, Annie Stonewall Tatterton is fine; unlike her mom, she got her man in the end. Technically, it wasn't incest, so it's Ok, you guys!

The fourth installment of the Casteel saga said goodbye to Heaven and brought her equally as hoo-ha motivated inbred daughter, Annie, to the forefront.

Annie is truly her mother's child. She has that Vanvoreen all-consuming fire Jillian drunkenly prattled on about. She has a one-track mind, and that focus is on the D, one in particular.

Her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.

Related: V. C. Andrews' Fallen Hearts Review: Lions, and Baby Daddies, & Affairs, Oh My! 

Of course, in this case, it was primarily her not-brother and her grandfather, but at infancy, the doctor should have smacked her on the ass and called her a Vanvoreen woman. She has their je ne sais quoi.
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Jason Priestley & Annalise Basso Among Stars Of Lifetime Movies Based On V.C. Andrews’ Casteel Family Books

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Lifetime has begun production on four new movies based on V.C. Andrews’ Casteel Family book series, all for premiere on the cable network this year. They are among 75 films planned on the network for 2019 as part of an ambitious slate.

Last summer, under new A+E Networks CEO Paul Buccieri, Lifetime made a change in its programming strategy, putting emphasis back on original movies and using them as backdoor pilots over traditional series development.

Lifetime announced last year it was developing five films based on Andrews’ last known book series, about the twisted relationships of the Casteel Family. The first, Heaven, was filmed last year, and you can watch the first-look trailer above. The remaining four are Dark Angel, Fallen Hearts, Gates of Paradise and Web of Dreams. The movie event series follows Heaven Casteel and her siblings after their father devises a scheme that threatens to destroy their
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Supernatural horror The Hollow Child gets a new trailer and poster

With just a week to go until it arrives in Us cinemas, a new poster and trailer have been released for director Jeremy Lutter’s upcoming supernatural horror The Hollow Child which stars Jessica McLeod, Hannah Cheramy, John Emmet Tracy, Jana Mitsoula, Genevieve Buechner, Connor Stanhope, and Johannah Newmarch; take a look below…

Highly intelligent and malicious creatures known as The Hollow Ones live in the Woods and entice children with their hypnotic folklore music. Samantha, a young foster teen must fight to expose these dangerous supernatural impostors and save her younger sister who has been taken, otherwise her soul will be lost forever.

The Hollow Child is set for a Us release on May 18th.

The post Supernatural horror The Hollow Child gets a new trailer and poster appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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New Official Trailer for Horror 'The Hollow Child' About a Scary Forest

"What are they?" "The hollow ones... They're watching." Vertical Entertainment has debuted an official Us trailer for a horror film titled The Hollow Child, the feature directorial debut of Jeremy Lutter. Inspired a bit by a folklore tale about children-snatching trolls who secretly hide in the forest, the film is about a foster family that realizes something is wrong with one of them. A troubled foster teen, Samantha, works to expose a dangerous supernatural impostor in her new family and rescue her foster sister. The cast includes Jessica McLeod, Hannah Cheramy, John Emmet Tracy, Jana Mitsoula, Genevieve Buechner, Connor Stanhope, and Johannah Newmarch. This does look like a solid, very eerie forest horror. Watch below. Here's the new official trailer (+ poster) for Jeremy Lutter's The Hollow Child, in high def on Apple: Highly intelligent and malicious creatures known as The Hollow Ones live in the Woods and entice children with their hypnotic folklore music.
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‘Entanglement’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Thomas Middleditch, Jess Weixler, Diana Bang, Johannah Newmarch, Nicole Laplaca, Randal Edwards, Marilyn Norry, Jena Skodje | Written by Jason Filiatrault | Directed by Jason James

Back in my video shop days (I have mentioned that before right?) I used to love finding hidden gems. You know, the movies that you never saw a trailer for, never saw them near the cinema they just kind of arrived in your local video shop and you were immediately drawn to them. Some examples off the top of my head could be the likes of Mean Creek, Donnie Darko, Napolean Dynamite, Bubba Ho Tep or any number of others. The thing that always got me into them was the unassuming box cover and that one actor that made you go “Oooooh I like him”.

Entanglement struck me as one of those movies that, while looking hugely unassuming, was going to surprise the crap out of me.
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Project Mc2

Network: Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: August 7, 2015 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Mika Abdalla, Ysa Penarejo, Victoria Vida, Genneya Walton, Alyssa Lynch, Jody Thompson, Belle Shouse, Danica McKellar, Maxwell Haynes, Sarah Desjardins, Johannah Newmarch, Markian Tarasiuk, Antonio Marziale, Maddie Phillips, and the voice of Melissa Mabie. TV show description: A Steam (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) educational tween comedy, the Project Mc2 TV show is set in the fictional town of Maywood Glen, California. The story centers on McKeyla McAlister (Abdalla) and her three best friends Camryn Coyle (Penarejo), Adrienne Attoms (Vida), and Bryden Bandweth (Walton). The arrival of the bright and scientifically minded McKeyla, at Maywood Glen Academy, arouses the suspicions
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This Is Your Death Review [SXSW 2017]

As on-the-nose cinematic warnings go, This Is Your Death is like a bright-red clown schnoz. Giancarlo Esposito directs a reality show gone suicidal, but it’s all with positive intent. Writers Noah Pink and Kenny Yakkel mean to affirm life, not death. Society is too obsessed with garbage “reality” shows and social white noise, corrupted by The Bachelor (women pitted like catty gladiators) and warped programming. Success is now monitored by viral appeal. Ex-con models who post slutty pictures 24/7 amass 2.5 million followers, while the youngest college graduate *ever* is known only by a few thousand. Esposito’s response to all this digital rot? Simple: turn it off.

Josh Duhamel stars as television host Adam Rogers, who becomes a national hero after saving one of his Married To A Millionaire contestants during an unexpected murder/suicide finale. Rogers’ network positions him as a hero, but that doesn’t cleanse the blood from his own hands.
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Film4 FrightFest 2015 Review – Suspension (2015)

Suspension, 2015

Directed by Jeffery Scott Lando

Starring Ellen MacNevin, Sage Brocklebank, Taylor Russell, Connor Fielding, Johannah Newmarch, Duncan Ollerenshaw

Synopsis:

A high school girl and her bullying peers are terrorized by an escaped psychotic killer who is more than meets the eye.

There is a good movie trying to get out of Suspension, but it just can’t quite fight its way through the average display on show. There is nothing terrible in the filmmaking, writing or execution, but there isn’t anything great either.

From the trailers, Suspension shows a lot of promise as a troubled and bullied girl at school is writing and drawing a comic book based on brutal murders, which also seem to be happening in real life. This all comes to a head when our seemingly insane artist is home alone with her mute brother, and her sadistic and psychopathic masked killer father has come home.
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Frightfest 2015: ‘Suspension’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ellen MacNevin, Sage Brocklebank, Johannah Newmarch, Steve Richmond, Connor Fielding | Written by Kevin Mosley | Directed by Jeffrey Scott Lando

It would seem I have a love/hate relationship with the work of director Jeffrey Lando. On the one hand he has helmed fantastic direct to DVD movies such as Insecticidal (yes I really rather enjoyed that – even if Lando himself has a little disdain for it on his official blog), but on the other he was the director on House of Bones, a film whose ending, at the time, frustrated me to no end. But that was five years ago and since then we’d had a slew of TV movies from Lando, including the superb Syfy channel horror movie Goblin: an underrated gem that didn’t really achieve the same dizzy heights of success as those “other” Syfy monster movies!

Lando’s latest, Suspension, is a
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New Supernatural 5.17 99 Problems Sneak Peak

The CW Network has released a brand new clip and TV spot for the upcoming episode of Supernatural dubbed 99 Problems, which will air on Thursday, April 8 at 9 Pm Et on the CW Network. Take a look at these new videos below to catch a sneak peek of Thursday night's new episode.

Something You Don't See Every Day

Supernatural 5.17 99 Problems TV Spot

A minister's daughter turns a town full of citizens ready to fight the Apocalypse against each other.

Supernatural episode 5.17, "99 Problems" airs on The CW April 9th, 2010. The episode stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Brett Dier, Kayla Mae Maloney, Johannah Newmarch, Larry Poindexter, Michael Shanks, Bruce Ramsay and is directed by Charles Beeson.
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