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First trailer & poster for horror ‘The Samaritans’

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Starring Keith Collins (The Evangelist), Doug Bollinger (Waltzing Anna, Mail Order Bride), Timothy Laurel Harrison (Out Of My Hand), and Annelise Nielsen (The Brink Of Us), The Samaritans is a brand-new horror-thriller that sees a group of four co-workers summoned to collaborate on what may be their final project as they struggle to reconcile their past decisions with their present confines…

The Samaritans tells the story of four co-workers who get together to finish a project at their manager’s home. They haven’t actually met face to face and they discover they have more in common than the new App they are perfecting. As they piece together their histories, they realize that each of them has a deadly secret that could reveal a way out or seal their fates. Their pasts have provoked a vengeful force to show them the errors in their ways. The home they have been
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Mini-”90210″ Reunion on Upcoming Hallmark Western

A pair of veterans from the original version of “Beverly Hills, 90210,” Luke Perry and Jason Priestley, are reuniting to make a TV western. The two pardners will team up for “Goodnight for Justice,” to be made for the Hallmark Movie Channel. Perry, who came up with the idea, will star in and executive produce the TV movie, which Priestley will direct. The story is about an old West circuit judge named John Goodnight, who’s hunting down the desperadoes who killed his family. Perry reportedly envisioned the tale as the first in a trilogy. The script is by Neal and Tippi Dobrofsky, who wrote another Hallmark western movie, 2008’s “Mail Order Bride,” starring Daphne Zuniga.

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Como Se Dice "Blood and Titties"? | "Machete" Red Band Trailer

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Some things on the site get a little over-exposed. I know we've posted Machete trailers before. And some posters. And production details. I wouldn't bother with another trailer unless it was something special.

Wait a minute.

A hard-r Machete trailer showing previously unknown amounts of badass Trejo?

Yes Want Now

Quick note -- This is extremely Not Safe For Work. Unless your coworkers are Ok with seeing your pants rent asunder by an awesomeness-induced boner.

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Bam! Booooom! Boob! Check it out, y'all. He just rappelled down a building with the large intestine of a man! And that sharp knifey thing on a chain?! Day-um!

And I bet De Niro is going to Crush this. He'll probably have a small part that lets him do something a little more off the wall. Not exactly like Stardust, but hey, a guy can dream.

And I believe in Steven Seagal.
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Eli Roth To Produce Horror Faux Documentary 'The Last Exorcism'

Eli Roth To Produce Horror Faux Documentary 'The Last Exorcism'
Will audiences ever tire of the documentary-style horror film? The success of "Paranormal Activity" proved that ten years after "The Blair Witch Project," people are still into the format, which employs a false sense of authenticity that makes the events appear more real and seem more plausible -- and are therefore scarier. But no film can ever be more frightening than "The Exorcist," right? Well, how about a film that's like "The Exorcist" shot in the style of "Paranormal Activity"?

That's one way of describing "The Last Exorcism," a new horror film produced by Eli Roth ("Hostel") that has just been picked up for distribution by Lionsgate, according to Variety. Formerly titled "Cotton," the film, which premieres at SXSW next month, brings the faux-doc method to a story of an Evengelical priest (Patrick Fabian) who invites a film crew to document his final exorcism. According to a Lionsgate executive, "audiences
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Spin-ematical: New on DVD for 9/15

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

After X-Men and X2, we expected a lot from our adamantium man. But rather than slipping in as another irresistible cinematic piece of high-action fun, we got a flick that didn't even begin to live up to our love of the claws. Jeffrey M. Anderson said a number of negative things about the film, including: "The movie's whitewashing of all the gray areas between good and evil is just one side effect of its dubious approach." Skip it. Also on Blu-ray.

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Easy Virtue

At it's most basic, this is that period piece with Jessica Biel. But it's also the film Eugene Novikov said: "is a droll and witty delight, a superb showcase for its cast, and a return to fine form for The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert director Stephan Elliott, who last turned in the unsettling but
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Mail-order brides, bloody tears and Beavers in Nat Geo's docs week, Sept. 7

Documentary lovers gather up, this week's highlights are here from Ngc. E-Mail Order Bride Wednesday, September 9 at 9Pm Et/Pt E-Mail Order Bride is an unprecedented look inside a controversial industry that matches foreign women with American men. The film follows two American men on their heart-pounding and awkward journey to find true love in the industrial city of Togliatti, known as "Russia.s Detroit." Viewers enter the clandestine world of e-mail order marriages through the milestone experiences of those who are in it - from meeting a potential bride face-to-face for the first time, to the final "I dos" that make their union official. It is an astounding look at what some will do to
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