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September 21, 2017

Horror reboot will be released on DIRECTV on September 21, with a limited theatrical run on October 20 The post New Leatherface Clip Revs Things Up appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Arriving on Blu-ray this week is one of the year’s most heartfelt films, Michael Showalter’s The Big Sick, starring Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan. We’ve teamed with Lionsgate Home Entertainment to give away five (5) copies. See how to enter below and all entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, September 24th. …

It’s highly disconcerting yet unsurprising that many Baby Boomers now in their sixties and seventies still see mental illness as a weakness. Talk about the scenarios that young people of today face and they dismiss them as a generational thing, a liberalization of society wherein strength and stoicism have been …

The thing I could never wrap my head around, religious-wise, is the idea of strict right and wrong. As a Catholic it’s somewhat easy as far as sin and repentance. You’re allowed to do a lot as long as you feel remorse and guilt enough to learn your lesson. But …

Maria Theresia von Paradis was the daughter of Empress Maria Theresa’s Court Councilor and thus a young woman of standing despite the blindness that took her eyes before the age of five. Her father Joseph Anton and mother Maria Rosalia had the means to therefore teach her the finer things …

Who are the first DLC characters coming to Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite? Is there any chance of seeing Harley Quinn on Gotham at all? Whose cameo ended up cut from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? Where and when can you get a new sneak peek of Thor: Ragnarok? When …

Few films have been pushed back over and over again as often as Amityville: The Awakening. Even the notoriously delayed Tulip Fever didn’t suffer as unceremonious a fate as this Amityville Horror sequel. Now it seems the much-delayed fright flick will finally have its day, unless it gets bumped again. When will the Amityville The …

Until a few months ago, if the name David Lynch came up in film discussion, I would have inwardly shrugged. It had been years since I watched one of Lynch’s films. It had also been years since Lynch had even made a new feature (the last one being Inland Empire …

Known as a launch pad for fright flicks, sci-fi adventures, thrillers, intense dramas and all types of weird comedies from the U.S. and abroad, Fantastic Fest kicks off tonight in Austin, Texas. Here’s a preview of what’s on tap.   The Wild, the West, the Women, the Rap Battle Let’s start with several international stunners that we have seen and can recommend highly.   The Square Visually striking and profoundly unsettling, The Square is an act of provocation masquerading as an art house drama. Christian is a museum curator in Sweden who is preoccupied with preparing a new exhibition of modern art. One morning he loses his watch, wallet and cufflinks, which leads him on a wild pursuit to retrieve his possessions. Instead, events soon spiral out of…Read More