This January, Scream Factory brings the cult classic thrillers Body Parts and Let’s Scare Jessica to Death to Blu-ray for the first time! Available January 28, 2020, both releases come loaded with bonus features, including new director audio commentaries, new interviews with cast and crew members, and new featurettes. Fans can pre-order their copies now by visiting ShoutFactory.com
Body Parts is a tale of a medical experiment gone very wrong. Bill Chrushank is a criminal psychologist who loses his arm and nearly his life in a grisly car accident. A daring medical operation follows, in which a donor's arm is successfully grafted onto Bill's body. But after the operation, the arm starts to take on a violent life of its own, striking out against Bill's wife and children. Consumed by fears about his dangerous behavior, Bill is driven to learn the donor's identity – and makes a horrifying discovery that delivers him into a world of unimaginable terror. Written and directed by Eric Red (Cohen & Tate, Bad Moon), this thriller stars Jeff Fahey (Alita: Battle Angel) and Brad Dourif (Child’s Play, Graveyard Shift).
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In Let’s Scare Jessica to Death, Jessica (Zohra Lampert, The Exorcist III) has been released from an institution after suffering a nervous breakdown and seeks the tranquility of a secluded home in Connecticut to help make her recovery complete. But instead of a restful recuperation with her husband and close friend in the New England countryside, Jessica soon finds herself falling into a swirling vortex of madness and the supernatural. Even more unsettling is that the entire region seems to be under the influence of a mysterious woman who has been living in the supposedly empty house. Jessica's fear and dread only intensify when she discovers that the "undead" girl, Emily, tragically drowned long ago, on her wedding day. Is she back to take vengeance?
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Veteran film actor Danny Aiello, known for his roles in "Do The Right Thing" and "The Godfather Part II," has died. He was 86.
His literary agent told Fox News on Friday that the actor died Thursday night.
Per TMZ, who was first to report the news, the actor’s family said he died at a medical facility in New Jersey where he was being treated for a sudden illness. The outlet reports that he was dealing with an infection related to an injection site and died shortly after his family left following a visit.
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Boundary-pushing cinematic visionary Lars von Trier (Antichrist) returns with The House that Jack Built, one of his most daring, masterfully provocative works yet. Making its Blu-ray and DVD debut February 4, 2019 from Scream Factory in conjunction with IFC Films, the two-disc release contains both the director’s cut and the theatrical cut of the film, as well as an interview with director Lars Von Trier as a bonus feature, as well as the theatrical and teaser trailers. Fans can pre-order their copies now by visiting ShoutFactory.com
In five audacious episodes, failed architect and arch-sociopath Jack (Matt Dillon) recounts the elaborately orchestrated murders — each, as he views them, as a towering work of art — that define his “career” as a serial killer. Mixing pitch-black humor, transcendent surrealism, and renegade musings on everything from history to architecture to cinema itself, von Trier fashions a radical, blazingly personal inquiry into violence, art, and the twin acts of creation and destruction. Uma Thurman, Riley Keough, and Bruno Ganz co-star.
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Warner Bros. has dated the fourth “The Matrix” movie for a summer opening in 2021, and pulled “Akira” off the schedule.
The studio announced Wednesday the untitled “Matrix” would open on May 21, 2021.
Original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are returning for the fourth “Matrix” along with co-creator Lana Wachowski. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, and Neil Patrick Harris will also star.
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As reported by Collider, Tarantino appeared on Andy Cohen’s radio show today and teased that he has some kind of idea for how to do a third Kill Bill movie. We have no idea what that idea might be, but it definitely involves The Bride/Beatrix (Uma Thurman’s character from the first two movies), so it won’t be some kind of total reboot. Also, Tarantino told Cohen that he had dinner with Thurman this week, so she’s presumably on board with whatever he has in mind. Now, Tarantino’s mention of an “epilogue-y” final film combined with his sudden realization of how to do a third Kill Bill do seem to fit together rather elegantly. We’ve already heard that Tarantino’s old idea for a Kill Bill follow-up involved the daughter of Vivica A. Fox’s character going on her own mission for vengeance and trying to kill The Bride, so what better way to cap off Tarantino’s career of stylish violence than by basing his final movie around one of his most stylishly violent characters get killed for the stylish violence she perpetrated in two of his most popular movies
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Welcome to The Sewer Den is a glimpse into the real-life of New Jersey native & ultimate TMNT fan, Jonathan Zelenak. Venture inside a fandom full of nostalgia & the value of collecting. Journey with me & a peek into the jaw-dropping collection. The Sewer Den houses childhood toys, one-of-a-kind collectibles, weird rarities & even Ninja Turtles bunk beds! Take a trip back to the late 80s, where I recount childhood memories. From there, you'll discover the inspiration behind The Sewer Den & how eating pizza is essential for Turtles culture. This ridiculous but true life documentary doesn't fall short of being memorable, and will be just comedic enough to make you question if this dude is real - and the answer is YES.
Shout Select will release Brewster’s Millions [Collector’s Edition] on January 14. Bonus features include a new audio commentary with film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold, Hosts Of The Podcast Critically Acclaimed, and a new interview with screenwriter Herschel Weingrod.
Minor league baseball pitcher Montgomery Brewster (Richard Pryor, Car Wash) gets the surprise of his life when he learns a rich, distant relative has died and left him his entire fortune. But there's a catch: he must spend $30 million in 30 days as a condition of receiving his real inheritance of $300 million. And to complicate matters, he can't tell anyone why he's "throwing away" all that cash ... or he will forfeit everything! With the help of his pal Spike (John Candy, Spaceballs), he sets off on a frantic spending spree the likes of which would bring any self-respecting accountant to their knees.
Based on the novel by George Barr McCutcheon, Brewster's Millions has been adapted for the stage, television, radio, and more than ten times as a film the world over. Also starring Lonette McKee (Malcolm X), Jerry Orbach (Law & Order), Pat Hingle (Batman), and Hume Cronyn (Cocoon), Brewster's Millions is a classic screwball comedy that throws plenty of curves and knocks it out of the park.
· NEW Audio Commentary With Film Critics William Bibbiani And Witney Seibold, Hosts Of The Podcast Critically Acclaimed
· NEW Interview With Screenwriter Herschel Weingrod
· Brewster's Millions – 1945 Adaptation Starring Dennis O'Keefe And Helen Walker (1080p 1.33:1, B&W, 79 Minutes)
· Theatrical Trailer
· Still Gallery
Peter Segal (50 First Dates, Get Smart, My Spy) is set to direct Stephen Amell in the upcoming Starz wrestling series Heels. The story for the show is set in a small Georgia community, and “it follows a family-owned wrestling league as the two brothers and rivals war over their late father’s legacy.”
Here’s a more detailed description of the story that was previously shared:
Heels is about the men and women who chase their dreams in the world of small town pro wrestling. Set in a close-knit Georgia community, it follows a family-owned wrestling promotion as two brothers and rivals — one of them played by Amell — war over their late father’s legacy. In the ring, somebody must play the good guy and somebody must play their nemesis, the heel (Amell). But in the real world, those characters can be hard to live up to — or hard to leave behind.
In the ring, Amell’s Jack Spade is the charismatic villain, or heel, of the Duffy Wrestling Association. In the real world, he’s its hard-working owner, a husband and father trying to make ends meet while fighting to realize his impossible dreams. He has the mind of an artist in the body of a warrior and a Steve Jobs-ian need for perfection — and for control. He says he’ll do whatever it takes to build the DWA into an empire. Will he go so far as to risk his marriage or his relationship with his brother?
The eight-episode series is being produced by Lionsgate Television in association with Paramount Television Studios, and it’s being written by Michael Waldron (Loki) and Mike O’Malley, who also serve as showrunner. Vikings star Alexander Ludwig also stars in the series
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