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Horror Highlights: Tale Of Tales Blu-ray / DVD, Old 37, CryptTV & Inkshares, The House On Pine Street, Bb

The fantasy horror film Tale of Tales, starring Salma Hayek, will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on September 6th. Also in today’s Highlights: Old 37 on ChillerTV, CryptTV’s partnership with Inkshares, a clip and poster from The House on Pine Street, and release details for Bb.

Tale of Tales Blu-ray / DVD Release Details: “A grim, gorgeous, grown-up fairytale full of princes and princesses, sorcerers and fairies, and monsters and ogres, the epic fantasy horror film Tale of Tales makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut September 6th, 2016, from Shout! Factory. Starring Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel, John C. Reilly, Toby Jones, and Shirley Henderson, Tale of Tales unleashes a barrage of mind-bogglingly exquisite and fantastical imagery as it brings to life the misadventures of three kings, based on stories of magic and the macabre by 17th-century folklorist Giambattista Basile.”

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Old 37 Airings on Chiller TV: Press Release: “August 23rd , 2016 – Old 37
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Matt Herron Talks Audition

Usually the term “a cast of hundreds” isn’t applied to a film with just two characters. But that’s exactly how to describe Matt Herron’s new feature Audition, an innovative film in which 100 actors — 50 men, 50 women — portray one couple over the course of a torrid romance. The concept is for this narrative story to be told through the documentary process of different actors interpreting the fictional roles (or, conversely, it could be seen as a documentary about acting that conveys a narrative storyline): the original 100 actors are winnowed down as the film progresses until the […]
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Matt Herron Talks Audition

Usually the term “a cast of hundreds” isn’t applied to a film with just two characters. But that’s exactly how to describe Matt Herron’s new feature Audition, an innovative film in which 100 actors — 50 men, 50 women — portray one couple over the course of a torrid romance. The concept is for this narrative story to be told through the documentary process of different actors interpreting the fictional roles (or, conversely, it could be seen as a documentary about acting that conveys a narrative storyline): the original 100 actors are winnowed down as the film progresses until the […]
See full article at Filmmaker Magazine_Director Interviews »

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