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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Is Going To Deliver Six New Surprises Very Soon

Hey, Grey's Anatomy fans. We've got a new report for you guys via the folks over at TV Line. It turns out that your favorite show will be offering up six new surprises as early as this Thursday night, October 12,2017! That's right. In the 4th new episode of this current 14th season, Grey's Anatomy is going to debut 6 new castmembers! They are all interns. And just to be all the way accurate, technically five of the six new castmembers will make their debut. One of them already debuted during the big two hour premiere episode. That one was actor Jake Borelli who plays character Levi. He is Jo's new intern. Levi will be a recurring character. Jake Borelli's acting resume includes roles in Psych, ICarly, The Forgotten, Parenthood, CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles,True Jackson, Greek, Suburgatory, Elf Employment, Supermoms, Nesting, a short called, "Meanamorphosis," a TV series called,"CeReality,
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365Flicks Podcast – Episode 82: Despicable Me 3, Sdcc ’17 & more!

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Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Podomatic and Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.

365Flicks Podcast – Episode 82: Despicable Me 3, Sdcc ’17, News, Reviews and more!

We are back with our Regular Schmegular episode… We take a moment during our intro to remember Chester Bennington, George Romero and John Heard. We go off format and start with our Zero Percenters as we review Bad Kids of Crestview Academy and if it deserves the 0% it has on that site. News next and we spend the bulk of it talking about Sdcc 2017. Quickie reviews is choc a block this week with the return of Ruby and Scarlet to discuss Despicable Me 3.

Just the Pilot is Wayward
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Eiff: The Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy is Ambitious but Unpleasant [Review]

Really, within minutes of this film starting, I began to regret my decision. I could have been in another screening, watching a film starring Toby Jones, but I thought this looked like a fun flick. The Bad Kids of Crestview Academy boasts that it is a delirious mash-up of The Breakfast Club and Heathers, a gory romp surrounding a group of misfit rich kids facing off against a serial killer during a Saturday detention at an elite private school. Yeah, it really sounded like it could be good...

We're introduced to our characters through snappy pop-punk visual profiles as they exit their expensive cars and head to detention. This is, without doubt, the laziest way to establish character, directly breaking the show-don't-tell rule while assaulting us with 'favourites' [Continued ...]
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March 7th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Eyes Of My Mother, Incarnate Unrated

Giallo film fans should get excited, as there are two amazing special edition releases coming your way this week courtesy of Arrow Video: Death Walks at Midnight and Death Walks on High Heels. For those of you who may have missed seeing The Eyes of My Mother and Incarnate, both are making their home entertainment bows on March 7th, and Scream Factory is set to teach us all about pain with their new release, The Lesson.

Other notable titles coming home this week include Havenhurst, Bad Kids of Crestview Academy, The Shadow People, Door to the Other Side, and Slasher.com.

Death Walks at Midnight: Special Edition (Arrow Video, Blu-ray & DVD)

The second film in Luciano Ercoli’s Death Walks series (and his third directorial effort to feature his wife Nieves Navarro, aka Susan Scott), Death Walks at Midnight is arguably the director’s masterpiece aided in
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Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy Review

You all remember 2012’s comic adaptation of Bad Kids Go To Hell, right? Probably not. Most seem to have missed Matthew Spradlin’s under-the-radar private school thriller, but – nevertheless – Ben Browder makes his directorial debut with the film’s follow-up sequel, Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy. Once again, a handful of rebellious, not-so-angelic students find themselves serving a deadly detention sentence where anything goes. Sex, drugs and adorable kitten videos – these kids are anarchists to the core, soaked in spoiled-teens-so-rotten-you-want-them-dead appeal. Welcome back to creator Barry Wernick’s educational house of horrors, just don’t mind the stripped-down nature of this barebones continuation.

Sammi Hanratty stars as Siouxsie Hess, a Crestview student seeking vengeance after the death of her sister Alyson (Ashlyn McEvers). Not too long ago, the academy held a party where Siouxsie’s sister supposedly committed suicide. A handful of students corroborated the same story, all of whom
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Red band trailer for Bad Kids of Crestview Academy

Ahead of its Us release next month, a red band trailer has arrived online for director Ben Browder’s upcoming action comedy sequel Bad Kids of Crestview Academy; check it out below after the official synopsis…

In this action-packed, breathless sequel to Bad Kids Go To Hell, it’s four years later, and a new group of students have been placed in Saturday detention at good ol’ Crestview Academy. After one of the kids locks away the teacher assigned to watch them, the five of them swiftly find their ranks dwindling as each meets with a gruesome “accident”. They may make it out of the library, but with a new threat revealing itself, is there enough time and resources for at least one of them to make it out alive and tell their story?

Bad Kids of Crestview Academy is set for release on January 13th in the States and Sean Astin,
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Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy Trailer Teases a Deadly Detention

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The Breakfast Club anthem "Don't You (Forget About Me)" might start playing in your head when you think of Saturday detention, but the troublemakers at Crestview Academy have a lot more to worry about than Principal Vernon during their weekend punishment in the official trailer for Bad Kids of Crestview Academy.

Synopsis: "Based on the best-selling graphic novel series, a group of spoiled “bad kids” have been placed in Saturday detention at the prestigious Crestview Academy. After one of the kids locks away their teacher, they find themselves trapped in school with no way out, wondering who (or what) set them up. Their ranks quickly dwindle as each falls victim to a gruesome “accident” while trying to escape."

Directed by Ben Browder, written by Barry Wernick and James R. Hallam, and based on the Bad Kids Go to Hell graphic novel series, Bad Kids of Crestview Academy stars Drake Bell,
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Afm: Shoreline signs up for 'Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy'

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Afm: Shoreline signs up for 'Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy'
Exclusive: Sean Astin and Gina Gershon star in the tongue-in-cheek mystery thriller sequel.

Morris Ruskin’s Los Angeles-based sales company will introduce Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy to international buyers once the market gets underway next week.

eOne has set a Us theatrical and VOD launch for January 13, 2017, on the sequel to 2012’s Bad Kids Go To Hell.

Ben Browder directs the graphic novel adaptation about a group of students in detention on school grounds who fall victim to a series of mysterious accidents.

“I’m as thrilled for us to represent Bad Kids as I was to watch it,” said Shoreline Entertainment CEO Ruskin. “It’s a particularly well-made film that never forgets to be fun, and we’re eager to play a part in its entertainment of audiences around the world.”

Melody Djavadi and Hannah Lawrence of Shoreline brokered the deal with producer-writers Barry Wernick, James R. Hallam and Matthew Sparadlin.

Shoreline’s Afm slate
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‘Haunting of Crestview High’ DVD Review

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Stars: Cameron Deane Stewart, Judd Nelson, Ben Browder, Amanda Alch, Marc Donato, Augie Duke, Roger Edwards, Ali Faulkner, Jeffrey Schmidt | Written by Matthew Spradlin, Barry Wernick | Directed by Matthew Spradlin

Originally conceived some eight years ago by Matthew Spradlin, Bad Kids Go To Hell (the movie’s original title) originally debuted as a four issue comic mini-series from Antarctic Press in 2009. Fast forward to 2014 and the film, now re-titled Haunting of Crestview High silently hits the UK market courtesy of 101 Films, without all the hype that surrounded the 2012 Us release – which may not actually be a bad thing.

Now don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed the film but I don’t think it ever lives up to the hype that surrounded its original Us release – which is maybe why the films UK debut took a couple of years – but as a fan of the John Hughes canon of films
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Blu-ray Review – Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (Image)

We all remember the controversy that surrounded the production of Cabin Fever 2, where director Ti West was met with overwhelming studio-interference, to the point that he tried to have his name removed from the project. I don’t have the second film, but there is no denying that it is “bad”. Still, though it had a somewhat entertaining quality, even if it was a bastardized version of what it was originally intended. After that, there was always talk of a new sequel, and even a reboot, and now that a sequel has actually been produced, it seems as though, instead of making a film that connections to Patient Zero, like they originally intended, they’re going with a reboot of the series instead. Nevertheless, Patient Zero exists, so how does it stack up against the first two films? Well, it is definitely better than Spring Fever, but there is a catch.
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Indie Spotlight

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes first details on The Ride, Abruptio, and Howard Lovecraft & the Three Kingdoms hardback graphic novel, a trailer for Find Me and Trauma Dolls, casting news on Bad Kids Go 2 Hell, and much more:

New Casting Details for Bad Kids Go 2 Hell: “In Bad Kids Go to 2 Hell, it’s four years later and a new group of students has been placed in Saturday detention at snooty Crestview Academy. After one of the kids locks away the teacher assigned to watch them, the five of them very quickly find their ranks dwindling as each meets a gruesome fate. They may make it out of the library, but with a new threat revealing itself around every hallway, is there enough time and resources for at least one
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Astin, Gershon Topline Bad Kids Go 2 Hell

The sequel you didn't see coming - Bad Kids Go 2 Hell - has roped in a cast that includes Sean Astin, Ali Astin (his daughter), Gina Gershon, Drake Bell, Sammi Hanratty and Sufe Bradshaw.

Bad Kids Go 2 Hell, the latest chapter in the cult dark comedy-horror franchise Bad Kids Go To Hell, is based on the best-selling graphic novel and has developed a tremendous cult following.

Bgkth veteran Ben Browder (Arrow), who played “Max” in the original film, makes his feature directorial debut on BKG2H, as well as reprises his role for the sequel.

The post Astin, Gershon Topline Bad Kids Go 2 Hell appeared first on Shock Till You Drop.
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Sean Astin, daughter sign for Bad Kids 2

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Sean Astin, daughter sign for Bad Kids 2
In a week of stars committing to projects with their daughters, Sean Astin and Ali Astin have signed on to star in the comedy-horror sequel Bad Kids Go 2 Hell.

Production has begun in Texas in time for a summer 2015 release.

Gina Gershon, Drake Bell and Sufe Bradshaw are also on board the project from producers James R Hallam, Barry Wernick and Brad Keller.

Ben Browder will direct the graphic novel spin-off about naughty students at a deadly school.

Wernick wrote the screenplay from the comic book series he created with Matthew Spradlin.

Phase 4 Films distributed the 201 original.

Earlier in the week it emerged that Kevin Smith and Johnny Depp will reunite with their daughters on Smith’s upcoming Yoga Hosers after the two families collaborated on Smith’s imminent Toronto world premiere Tusk.
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More Bad Kids Go 2 Hell

Last year's horror comedy Bad Kids Go to Hell was lots of fun, and it did well enough to even warrant a sequel! One that stars a former Hobbit and his lovely true life daughter. Read on for the first word on Bad Kids Go 2 Hell. See what they did there?

From the Press Release

Sean Astin (pictured; “The Strain,” the Lord of the Rings trilogy) and daughter Ali Astin (pictured; Lord of the Rings: Return of the King), Gina Gershon (Killer Joe, Showgirls, Bound), Drake Bell (Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh”), and Sufe Bradshaw (HBO’s “Veep”) have signed on to join Sammi Hanratty (Wgn America’s “Salem”) in Bad Kids Go 2 Hell, the latest chapter in the cult dark comedy-horror franchise Bad Kids Go To Hell.

The announcement was made today by the producers of the Bad Kids film franchise, James R. Hallam, Barry Wernick, and Brad Keller.
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Indie Spotlight

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes first details from Kadence and soon-to-be feature length film, Headless, a new Phantasmagoria poster, a teaser video for Bad Kids Go 2 Hell, a review of The Well, and more:

First Details on Kadence: “Still reeling from the loss of his mother, a damaging and complex relationship with his father, and a relentless battle with his own inner demons, Kadin’s [17] grip on reality is loosening by the day. Amid this struggle comes an enigmatic and brazen new neighbor, Marissa [19], who, along with the promise of a budding new friendship gives Kadin an ancient voodoo doll. Her reassurance is seductive and the promise of a brighter future leads Kadin to make a sinister choice.

Kadence, a short film blending psychological horror with a chilling character drama that could
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