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eOne Partners With Hulu For The Enfield Haunting!

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A deal has been struck between Entertainment One and Hulu, giving Hulu exclusive streaming rights for The Enfield Haunting starring Academy Award®-nominee Timothy Spall and Juliet Stevenson.

The three-part series is adapted from the book This House Is Haunted by Guy Playfair and is the story of the most documented account of poltergeist activity in British history and the basis of horror films including the upcoming The Conjuring 2.

The Enfield Haunting begins streaming on Hulu today. For more, follow the jump.

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National Society of Film Critics Cite Goodbye To Language as Best of 2014!

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The National Society of Film Critics has named Jean-Luc Goddard’s 3-D  film Goodbye To Language as the best film of 2014. Boyhood and Birdman were runners up.

The Society also named their selections for Best Director (Richard Linklater, Boyhood), Best Non-Fiction Film (citizenfour), Best Screenplay (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Best Cinematography (Dick Pope, Mr. Turner), Best Actor (Timothy Spall, Mr. Turner), Best Actress (Marion Cotilliard, Two Days, One Night), Best Supporting Actor (J.K. Simmons, whiplash) and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette, Boyhood).

The National Society of Film Critics also lists runners up for all awards. For a complete list, follow the jump.

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