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Beneath Us Brings Both Barrels to the American Film Market: Early Stills

Tagline: "They Came for the American Dream. They Got a Nightmare." A few more stills have been released for Max Pachman's Beneath Us. The film is currently preparing for a showing at Santa Monica's American Film Market. Here, the title will be repped by Premiere Entertainment Group as Beneath Us searches for distribution. In this horror film, several undocumented workers are hired by a rich woman and her husband, for under-the-table work. But, this is no ordinary job and the workers are not allowed to leave the property. Beneath Us was written by Mark Mavrothalasitis. And, the film stars: Lynn Collins (The Hollow Point, 2016), Rigo Sanchez and James Tupper. An alternate movie poster is also hosted here, for the film. The latest stills show more of the film's characters. Actress Lynn Collins as Liz Rhodes is shown in one photo, shotgun in hand. Actor James Tupper is shown in another photo,
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The Work in Beneath Us Takes Place Six Feet Under

Tagline: "The American Dream Can Be a Nighmare!" A few details have emerged, from below, for director Max Pachman's Beneath Us. The film has recently been completed. And, the film's first movie poster has been released. This title will show at the American Film Market, in Santa Monica, this November. Beneath Us stars Lynn Collins (The Hollow Point, 2016), Rigo Sanchez and James Tupper. All of the film's early details are hosted here. The story, for Beneath Us, involves a group of undocumented workers. They take a job at a remote home. Here, a wealthy couple put them to work. But, this work is bloody and hard. Will these immigrants ever be able to escape their torturers? This film was formerly titled Gringos. As well, it is expected that Beneath Us will release in 2018. Premier Entertainment is representing the film, for future distribution. And, it is expected that a trailer will be released soon.
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If You Have to Visit Black Rock, This New Blu Is the Way to Go

Warner Archive Delivers the Best Way to Enjoy a Bad Day at Black Rock

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Pick of the WeekBad Day at Black Rock [Warner Archive]

What is it? A one-armed man arrives via train in a remote western town, and the populace reacts with suspicion and violence.

Why buy it? Spencer Tracy excels as the polite but mysterious stranger whose presence sets everyone on edge, and the more he probes the harder they push. The film explores threads of America’s deep-seated racism and small-town insulation, and it pairs that commentary with a steadily increasing suspense. The themes and actions here are still sadly relevant, even now, and it makes for an important watch that still manages to entertain. Tracy’s potential adversaries include Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Walter Brennan, and
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Patrick Wilson On What Drew Him To Join Aquaman

While doing promo for his upcoming project The Hollow Point, Patrick Wilson was a guest on ABC Radio's Gma After Hours and spoke about why he decided to the play Aquaman’s villainous half-brother, Orm – a.k.a. Ocean Master in the upcoming DC Film.

“What’s gonna be interesting is there hasn’t been the technology to back up the storytelling, I guess, for Aquaman. Until now. And for me, of course, I’m completely biased with James Wan, who I’ve done four films with — knowing that he’s at the helm and knowing what he … can do and what he will do, I’ll do anything with him.”

Wilson added:

“I think the lure of Aquaman [is] because he hasn’t been overexposed on screen. And I don’t know Jason (Momoa) — I can’t wait to meet him. I was a huge fan even from the first episode of Game of Thrones,
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Patrick Wilson excited to work with James Wan and Jason Momoa on Aquaman

Earlier this week, Watchmen actor Patrick Wilson was cast as Ocean Master – the half-brother of Arthur Curry – in the upcoming Aquaman solo film. His casting reunites him not only with the DC Extended Universe (he was the voice of the President of the United States in this year’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice), but with The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2 director James Wan, something he touched on in a new interview.

When talking to Wbt Radio about his new film The Hollow Point, he talked a bit about his excitement to work with Wan again:

“I’m completely biased with James Wan, who I’ve done four films with – knowing that he’s at the helm and knowing what he… can do and what he will do, I’ll do anything with him. What’s gonna be interesting is there hasn’t been the technology to back up the storytelling,
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Patrick Wilson Comments On His Role As Ocean Master In Aquaman And Praises Jason Momoa

The Conjuring's Patrick Wilson was recently added to the cast of Aquaman, and in an interview with Wbt to promote the release of The Hollow Point, the actor talked for the first time about taking on the role of Ocean Master. He obviously didn't provide any specifics, but expressed his excitement to star in a movie which will utilise groundbreaking technology to take the action into the depths of Atlantis. "What's gonna be interesting is there hasn't been the technology to back up the storytelling, I guess, for Aquaman," Wilson said, adding: "until now." As for what it will be like to reunite with director James Wan, the actor went on to explain that's a big part of why he joined the DC Comics movie. "And for me, of course, I'm completely biased with James Wan, who I've done four films with -- knowing that he's at the helm
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Border Thriller ‘The Hollow Point’ With Ian McShane & Patrick Wilson Is Tedious And Overcooked [Review]

There has been a renaissance of great B-movie westerns of late; this year gave us Ti West’s genre bender “In A Valley Of Violence,” and last year S. Craig Zahler‘s (side-splittingly?) unforgettable “Bone Tomahawk.” Similarly, the Southwest has served as the setting for a handful of timely border-related thrillers (“Sicario” being the best of them). It’s natural, then, that a film would come along and meld the two together: a modern-day smuggling drama hitched with the dusty small town, the greedy business tycoon, and the tired sheriff of the western.

Continue reading Border Thriller ‘The Hollow Point’ With Ian McShane & Patrick Wilson Is Tedious And Overcooked [Review] at The Playlist.
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Exclusive: Ian McShane Steps Into A Fight In Clip From ‘The Hollow Point’

As Ian McShane fans patiently await word on the rumored “Deadwood” movie, the actor will be giving them plenty to savor until that project (hopefully) arrives, including a role in the upcoming “American Gods.” But McShane devotees shouldn’t let the indie movie “The Hollow Point” slide off their radar as it serves up a gritty-looking thriller.

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Directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego (“Apollo 18,” “Open Grave“) and co-starring Patrick Wilson, John Leguizamo, James Belushi, and Lynn Collins, the story is set in the back roads of a border town, where a botched Mexican-cartel arms deal leaves several dead and a bag of money missing.

Continue reading Exclusive: Ian McShane Steps Into A Fight In Clip From ‘The Hollow Point’ at The Playlist.
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The Hollow Point Review [Monster Fest 2016]

Given all the political chatter about border control in this year’s *historic* Us presidential election, The Hollow Point stays savagely on-topic. Granted, most American citizens aren’t involved with ammo-running across country lines, but cartels are no joke – and neither is Gonzalo López-Gallego’s country-fried thriller. Social struggles tie weapons smuggling to impoverished Southern entrepreneurs, inviting boogeymen of Mexican descent to punish those who choose greed over safety. It’s a western standoff brought upon by evil, wicked men, all in the name of brutal consequence. Thugs living by a corrupt code, who we join just as bullet-slinging chickens come home to roost.

Patrick Wilson stars as the local sheriff of some forgotten U.S./Mexico border town, whose citizens are about to pay for a cartel deal gone wrong. Ken Mercey (David H. Stevens) was supposed to supply his contact with a surplus of ammunition, but his brother
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Monster Fest announces final films for 2016 festival

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Australia’s premier genre festival – Monster Fest – has unveiled its final wave of films for the 2016 festival, which is set to take place November 24-27 at the Lido Cinemas in Melbourne.

The team of features programmers – which includes festival director Kier-La Janisse, Monster Pictures co-founder Neil Foley, Boston Underground Film Festival Director of Programming Nicole McControversy and writer/programmer/punk legend Chris D. – vetted over 600 features in selecting the 2016 Monster Fest lineup, which includes new crime films Dog Eat Dog and The Hollow Point from Paul Schrader and Gonzalo López-Gallego respectively, gory slasher throwback The Windmill Massacre (reviewed here), the hometown premiere of epic period western The Legend of Ben Hall with cast in person and acclaimed Tiff selections Prevenge and Interchange alongside Fantastic Fest faves such as the Aussie-made yuletide thriller Safe Neighbourhood and the devastating – and polarizing – Playground.

From the press release:

Select panels for the Swinburne University
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Horror Highlights: Shining In The Dark Anthology, The Similars, Monster Fest 2016, The Orphanage, Gremlin

Edited by Hans-Åke Lilja, Shining in the Dark: Celebrating Twenty Years of Lilja's Library is exclusive to Cemetery Dance Publications and will feature a Stephen King story that hasn't been released since 1981. We also have updated release details for The Similars, the final wave of films announced at Monster Fest 2016, six photos / details for The Orphanage video game, and a new trailer for Gremlin.

Cemetery Dance Publications' Shining in the Dark Anthology: From Cemetery Dance: "Shining In the Dark: Celebrating Twenty Years of Lilja's Library edited by Hans-Åke Lilja.

About the Book:

Hans-Ake Lilja, the founder of Lilja's Library, has compiled a brand new anthology of horror stories to help celebrate twenty years of running the #1 Stephen King news website on the web!

This anthology includes both original stories like the brand new novella by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let the Right One In) very rare reprints like "The Blue Air
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‘Toni Erdmann’ Trailer: Fathers and Daughters Who Joke Together Stay Together in Maren Ade’s Cannes Standout

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‘Toni Erdmann’ Trailer: Fathers and Daughters Who Joke Together Stay Together in Maren Ade’s Cannes Standout
Vanity Fair has premiered the first trailer for “Toni Erdmann,” one of the standout premieres at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Initially considered a potential frontrunner for the Palme d’Or, Maren Ade’s hilarious (but ultimately quite bittersweet) film eventually left the Croisette empty-handed — other than the near-universal praise with which it was met. Watch the trailer below.

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Peter Simonischek and Sandra Hüller star as a German father and daughter whose cordial relationship comes to a head when he drops in on her in Bucharest for an unannounced extended visit and his affinity for practical jokes wears on her more straitlaced sensibilities. It’s pure slapstick at times, but over the film’s 162-minute runtime (which, imposing as it may sound, doesn’t feel long enough) their strained dynamic comes to the fore.
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The Hollow Point trailer: Ian McShane battles smugglers

Joseph Baxter Oct 5, 2016

The Hollow Point trailer has Ian McShane and Patrick Wilson as small town sheriffs under siege from a killer cartel conspiracy.

The trailer for the action thriller The Hollow Point seems to represent a slow, but steady topical trend in entertainment as the U.S.-Mexico border becomes more of an omnipresent subject, especially in the wake of election year politics. However, unlike another upcoming border-centric entry in Desierto, the central conflict of this film – pitting a pair of overwhelmed small town sheriffs against cartel ammo smugglers – seems to be fought on sides more conventionally delineated.

From the outset, the trailer for The Hollow Point showcases a land-scorched scenario in a desert town on the border who find themselves the centre of a clandestine deal with a Mexican drug cartel involving ammunition – namely loads of hollow-point bullets (designed to shred on impact,) to be smuggled into Mexico to arm some not-so-nice folks.
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Watch: Ian McShane and Patrick Wilson Fight Gun Runners in Modern Western The Hollow Point

Patrick Wilson isn't known for starring in westerns, but with last year's Bone Tomahawk and now a new film coming out called The Hollow Point, maybe he should continue to explore those kinds of roles. This movie puts him at odds with Deadwood star Ian McShane in a story of gun running over the border between the U.S. and Mexico, and there's also some kind of badass mega assassin played by John Leguizamo who's out to kill them. This looks like an excellent VOD rental to me.

This one arrives on December 16, 2016, going up against Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (good luck with that, guys).
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Patrick Wilson & Ian McShane in Crime Film 'The Hollow Point' Trailer

"The real concern here is - what's going to happen if this bullet don't make its destination." Vertical Ent. has debuted an official trailer for a crime thriller titled The Hollow Point, set in a small town along the U.S. & Mexico border. Patrick Wilson plays a new sheriff in the town, but things get go from bad to worse when the cartel starts hitting back. The cast includes Ian McShane, Lynn Collins, John Leguizamo, Jim Belushi, Michael Flynn and Derek Boone. This looks gritty and violent, hopefully with some good twists in it. Leguizamo looks gnarly as a bad guy, but the fight between Wilson and McShane seems the most interesting. This looks like a much more violent, totally brutal version of Sicario focused on the local cops. Here's the first official trailer for Gonzalo López-Gallego's The Hollow Point, originally from Yahoo: After being involved in fatal run-in with a gun smuggler,
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‘The Hollow Point’ Trailer: Ian McShane Seeks to Rid the World of Hoopleheads in Border-War Drama

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‘The Hollow Point’ Trailer: Ian McShane Seeks to Rid the World of Hoopleheads in Border-War Drama
When he isn’t dealing with hoopleheads on “Deadwood” or the Brotherhood Without Banners on “Game of Thrones,” Ian McShane is apparently making movies about the border war. The criminally underused English actor stars in “The Hollow Point,” an upcoming thriller out later this year. Watch the first trailer, which first premiered on Yahoo Movies, below.

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Not quite a bad lieutenant but certainly a compromised sheriff, his character Leland makes an enemy of a Mexican cartel by attempting to prevent it from smuggling guns and other contraband into America. Unlike McShane’s best-known role, for which he won a richly deserved Golden Globe and received an Emmy nomination, this one actually finds him in the present day.

Read More: ‘Game of Thrones’: Ian McShane Reveals Why He Was Cast In His Dramatic
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Ian McShane & Patrick Wilson Face Hell On The Border In First Trailer ‘The Hollow Point’

This election season is certainly making movies set along the U.S./Mexico border resonate a little more loudly. Later this month, Gael Garcia Bernal will fight for his life in “Desierto,” and toward the end of the year, there will be more thrills along the line where Donald Trump wants to build a wall in “The Hollow Point.”

Read More: Keanu Reeves Discovers ‘The Whole Truth’ In New Trailer For Legal Thriller

Directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego (“Apollo 18,” “Open Grave“) and featuring an intriguing cast including Ian McShane, Patrick Wilson, John Leguizamo, and Jim Belushi, the story follows a new sheriff who is called in replace an older veteran who didn’t always go by the book in a small border town.

Continue reading Ian McShane & Patrick Wilson Face Hell On The Border In First Trailer ‘The Hollow Point’ at The Playlist.
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‘The Young Pope’ Teaser Trailer: Jude Law Is the Titular Pontiff in Controversial HBO Series

‘The Young Pope’ Teaser Trailer: Jude Law Is the Titular Pontiff in Controversial HBO Series
“This pope does not negotiate.”

Read More: ‘The Young Pope’ Red Band Trailer: Jude Law Declares Himself God in Paolo Sorrentino’s HBO Miniseries

Paolo Sorrentino’s much-hyped HBO series “The Young Pope” stars Jude Law as just that — a young pope, one who has some big ideas about how his unique papacy should look and how the Catholic Church should be run — alternately helped and hurt by various forces surrounding him. Early looks at the series have shown off the scope of Sorrentino’s wild vision and made it plain that the controversial new show is blazing its own path, much like the character it chronicles.

Read More: Jude Law Is HBO’s ‘The Young Pope,’ But You Might Call It ‘House of Cardinals’ — Venice Film Festival Review

The series bowed its first two episodes at the Venice Film Festival earlier this year — and it’s about to start
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Ian McShane To Play Mr. Wednesday in 'American Gods'

Starz and FremantleMedia North America announced today that Ian McShane (“Deadwood,” “Ray Donovan”) has been cast as Mr. Wednesday in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, American Gods. The series will begin shooting in April.

Neil Gaiman said

“When you write a beloved character (beloved with, or despite, or because of all his faults) like Mr. Wednesday, you get to watch the internet trying to cast the role. I've seen a hundred names suggested, but few make me grin like Ian McShane does. I've already been lucky enough to have him in one film (he was bright blue in it, animated, and probably Polish). Now I count myself even luckier: he's made the journey from ‘Lovejoy’ to ‘American Gods.’ Yesterday was Super Tuesday. Today is Wonderful Wednesday.”

Commented Bryan Fuller and Michael Green:

“Actor. Icon. And now god. It is a goddamn delight to
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Ian McShane teases his Game of Thrones role

In August it was revealed that Ian McShane had joined the cast of season 6 of Game of Thrones, and while his role remains undisclosed there has been much speculation from fans. Now the actor has given a hint at who he will be playing in the upcoming season, speaking to PopGoesTheNews whilst promoting his latest film The Hollow Point.

“I’ll give you one hint, I am responsible for bringing somebody back that you think you’re never going to see again. I’ll leave it at that.”


Most likely McShane is referring to Sandor Clegane, played by Rory McCann. We assumed that The Hound had died from his wounds he received during his encounter with Brienne, but in the books it is thought that he is still alive and living as a character called the Gravedigger at the monastery on the Quiet Isle. McShane is likely playing the Elder Brother of the monastery,
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