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Horns: Joe Hill’s Book Makes a Good, Creepy Movie!

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Horns is based on the novel by Joe Hill. It stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ig Perrish, broken-hearted young man who is believed by everyone in town to have raped and murdered his girlfriend, Merrin Williams. Things get weird when he awakens after a night of serious drinking with horns beginning to grow out of his forehead.

Written by Keith Bunin (In Treatment) and directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes), Horns is a deeply disturbed, bleakly funny and frequently scary little film that gives Radcliffe another quality role.

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Sin City: A Dame To Kill For – Would-be Mighty, Mega-Noir!

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When Sin City came out, seemingly eons ago, the idea of a film being almost entirely CG was something that hadn’t really been done to such an extent. It was visually groundbreaking, technologically breathtaking, and for fans of film noir, exhilarating. A Dame To Kill for is still visually arresting and mega-noir, but its impact comes more from the performance of Eva Green than anything else.

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Hot Trailer: Sin City: A Dame To Die For!

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Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller return to Sin City for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. Taken from Miller’s Sin City graphic novels, the sequel to the innovative Sin City boasts a killer cast and, now, a killer trailer. Check it out after the jump.

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will be in theaters on August 22nd.

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Creepy Trailer For Apollo 18 Explains Why We Never Went Back!

The latest ‘found footage’ film, Apollo 18 suggests a really creepy reason why we’ve never been back to the moon.

Produced by Timur Bekmambetov [Night Watch, Wanted] and directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego, Apollo 18 chronicles the fate of the 1973 moon mission we never knew was sent. Apollo 18 arrives in theaters April 22, 2011.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Road Is Long and Hard and Not Particularly Hopeful!

I have not read Cormac McCarthy’s The Road so I came to the film with no expectations in that regard. What I saw was a bleak, dank, relentlessly dark film in which every time hope raised its head, it was peremptorily smacked down, which makes the final scene seem like either a cheat or a copout.

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The Road follows a man and his son on a post-apocalyptic journey from their home to the coast, always traveling south. It begins somewhere in the middle of the journey and ends when the journey reaches a metaphoric fork in the road.

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Movie News: No Scream(ing) For Supernatural Actors

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As reported this week on EM, Scream creator and writer Kevin Williamson is working on Scream 4, which has been greenlit by Dimension Films. Hot on the heels of the announcement that David Arquette and Courtney Cox had been signed on to reprise their original roles as Dewey Riley and Gail Weathers, rumors began surfacing on Twitter that the highly talented lead actors from Supernatural, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, were on the ‘short list’ of actors being approached to star in the movie along side Arquette and Cox.  We contacted the respective publicist for Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles to seek confirmation of this information. Publicists for both actors issued a statement to us that the rumors of their clients being approached or considered for roles in Scream 4 are false.

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