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‘Altered Carbon’: Trieu Tran & Marlene Forte Join Cast of Netflix Series

Trieu Tran (The Newsroom) has booked a series regular role and Marlene Forte (The Fosters) is set as a recurring on Altered Carbon, Netflix's futuristic drama series conceived, written and executive produced by Laeta Kalogridis. Based on Richard Morgan's award-winning 2002 cyberpunk sci-fi novel, Altered Carbon, from Skydance Television, is set in the 25th century when the human mind has been digitized and the soul is transferable from one body to the next. Takeshi Kovacs…
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‘I Am Gangster’ Drama Bought by FilmBuff

‘I Am Gangster’ Drama Bought by FilmBuff
FilmBuff has acquired the drama “I Am Gangster” on the eve of the movie’s West Coast premiere at the Dances With Films festival, Variety has learned exclusively.

The deal is the first acquisition announced at the Los Angeles-based fest, which concludes its 19th version on Sunday. FilmBuff will release “I Am Gangster” worldwide on all VOD platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Vudu, later this year.

The story centers on three young men in East Los Angeles trying to survive on a daily basis: an idealistic rookie cop, a hardcore gang member and a rebellious teenager who flirts with gang life.

Moritz Rechenberg directed from his own script, co-written with Caroline Chang, Mark McKeown and Kelly Parker. Ralf Weinfurtner is producing.

The movie originated from a collaboration with members of the Teen Club of Hazard Park in East Los Angeles, when Rechenberg and club members created a short
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Listen to Fear The Walking Dead Radio Transmissions

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The radio is a key form of communication in a world succumbing to the living dead infection, and if you can’t wait until August 21st for the return of Fear The Walking Dead, AMC has released several radio transmissions to help hold you over, including one that mentions Jack (Daniel Zovatto).

From the Press Release: “AMC’s fan favorite original series “Fear the Walking Dead” will return for the second half of season two on Sunday, August 21st at 9:00 p.m. Et/Pt, as announced during last night’s “Talking Dead” following the mid-season finale. The second half will consist of eight episodes.

As “Fear The Walking Dead” embarks on the second half of season two, the Clark, Manawa and Salazar families fracture. The events that took place at the Abigail compound have set all of our heroes adrift. Now they must forge their own paths to survive.
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Exclusive Interview: Marlene Forte Talks Playing Celia on Fear The Walking Dead Season 2

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The last two episodes of Fear The Walking Dead took viewers to the Abigail compound, a place run by Celia Flores, a woman who sees the apocalypse as a promising new phase of life. With Fear The Walking Dead now on break until August, Daily Dead had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Marlene Forte, the actress who plays Celia, about her actions in the Mid-Season 2 finale, her character’s understanding of Nick and compassion for Daniel, and the potential question mark surrounding Celia’s future. *Spoiler Warning*

Thank you for taking the time to talk with me today, and congratulations on your phenomenal performance as Celia on Fear The Walking Dead.

Marlene Forte: Thank you. It was a phenomenally written character. We don’t get too many of those for women on TV. It was a treat. It’s amazing to work with female producers like Gale Anne Hurd,
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Fear The Walking Dead season 2 episode 7 review: Shiva




The group is forced to separate in the latest episode of The Walking Dead prequel, Fear The Walking Dead...

This review contains spoilers.

2.7 Shiva

One of the things The Walking Dead does every season is scatter the survivors to the four winds for mid-season finales, then they bring them back together over the course of the next half of the season. Taking a page from Hershel's farm once again, Fear The Walking Dead ends the episode with the cast scattered around the Mexican countryside. On one side, there are zombies. On the other side, angry workers looking to get revenge for their dead relatives. In the middle, as always, Victor Strand and his allies, who find themselves on the outs after wreaking a little havoc in the supposed safe zone.

The cracks appeared almost immediately. After all, Celia worked pretty hard at extracting Nick, the most vulnerable one of the group,
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Fear The Walking Dead season 2 episode 6 review: Sicut Cervus




Fear The Walking Dead revisits a plot familiar from its parent show in its latest episode, but handles it even better...

This review contains spoilers.

2.6 Sicut Cervus

One of the problems that Fear The Walking Dead is going to face is that it's several seasons behind the parent show. That gives the spinoff a little more breathing room to include some luxuries, like television and electricity/water, but it also means that it is going to have to work harder not to accidentally recycle plot lines form the original series. Or, in some cases, they can recycle the plot but do it better than in the original series.

The second season of The Walking Dead is the farm season. The gang spent a whole season just hanging out on Hershel's farm while looking for Sophia. Well, in case you've forgotten, Sophia was there on the farm with them,
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Fear The Walking Dead season 2 episode 4 review: Blood In The Streets




With more episodes in its second season, Fear The Walking Dead has the time to slow down and let plot developments breathe...

This review contains spoilers.

2.4 Blood In The Streets

With an expanded second season, Fear The Walking Dead seems to be able to let things breathe a little more than we got in the first season. The beginning felt kind of rapid fire, things happening one after the other after the other until we end up in a burning mansion on the California coast with a mysterious guy in a suit and his $10 million dollar boat. It made for interesting television, and it kept things moving reasonably well, even if they didn't linger enough on the things I wanted to see for reasons of time or budget.

However, the second season seems to be taking a different pace. It wasn't all that long ago that Alicia
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TVLine Items: Joss Whedon vs. HD Buffy, Better Call Saul Poster and More

TVLine Items: Joss Whedon vs. HD Buffy, Better Call Saul Poster and More
Four little words made waves in the Whedonverse this weekend: “Widescreen Buffy is nonsense.”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon finally came out swinging Saturday against the HD version of his iconic series, now airing on Pivot. Originally shot in a 4:3 aspect ratio, the new 16:9 format is loaded with questionable changes, including awkward cropping, suspect lighting and even occasional appearances by crew members in shots, all of which is carefully detailed in this Facebook post.

A prime example is this shot from the Season 1 episode “Angel,” which — without the original, darker filter — makes it appear as though
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LatinoBuzz: Marlene Forte on ‘Dallas'

Marlene Forte, the actress who plays Carmen Ramos, the Ewing family's longtime Mary Poppins-like superintendent and mother of Elena (Jordana Brewster) on TNT's “Dallas” and I spoke today about the “uncorking” of the second half of Season 3 on Monday, August 18 on TNT. The story line for the rest of the season clearly is going to be all about the Ramos family.

For those of you who, like me, do not really keep up with television, our conversation was not only hugely entertaining but educational as well. Marlene is a well educated, articulate woman who raised her daughter before finally stepping into the business of acting.

She was one year old when her father moved her and her mother to New York from Cuba. They lived on MacDougal Street with her uncle and her father blames that for her and her younger sister choosing to become “artists”. Her sister is one of the hosts of Hsn Today; the Home Shopping Network and lives in Tampa Fla where her parents have joined her. Only her middle sister is the steady moneymaker of the three sisters. She is the Senior VP of Risk Management for Skanska USA a world leading project development and construction group. On the other hand, her father named all three of his daughters after movie stars: Marlene as in Dietrich, Yvette as in Yvette Mimeux and Leslie as in Leslie Ann Warren. And he made sure Marlene took piano lessons and her sister took dancing…That was to keep them off the street, her father claimed later.

They soon moved to Union City NJ where she grew up. And she grew up on TV. Her family watched lots of TV. When her father got home at 6, he would turn on "Welcome Back Kotter” and "McCloud”. They were not like Cubans in Miami, always feeling exiled. When he left Cuba, he wanted to get as far away as he could and he never wanted to go back. He loved America…Frank Sinatra, TV…(though he did like those romantic slow boleros and still does), but at home, everything was American.

Marlene wanted to be an actress all her life but she married her first boyfriend from high school and had a child. She went to college and studied English; Shakespeare seemed a good route toward acting. Life however had a way of taking the lead. She opened a video store in North Bergen, NJ which she ran for six years, thinking she would be financially independent with her daughter. Her parents lived nearby to care for her daughter, and she had no time to become an actress. She did watch movies however (like Tarantino) and everything she learned about film was in that store. She saw as much as possible and learned a lot about the business.

This was during the early days when video stores were ma and pa affairs, but when Blockbuster moved down the block, she saw the writing on the wall. By that time, her daughter was ten and understood her mother’s passion, so they sold the store, took what little money they had and she moved across the river to New York determined to follow her dream…her father cried to think she would not become a doctor or lawyer.

Coincidentally at that time I also entered the video business and as an acquisitions executive we visited these ma and pa businesses, many of whom were making duplicate cassettes in the back of their stores. I was soon acquiring films for Lorimar, the producers of “Dallas” itself. When Lee Rich and Merv Adelson would call company-wide meetings, Lee would always begin asking for a show of hands of who had watched TV the past week. Very few of us had…and I never did. I might have seen “Dallas” once; certainly I knew who Jr was and around the office there was always good gossip. And the gorgeous Victoria Principal was loved by all.

When Marlene turned 30, she decided to become an actress. That's a late start for most occupations; in Hollywood it's nearly unheard of. But for this born girl named for one of Tinseltown's brightest stars (Marlene Dietrich) perhaps the journey was predestined. So Marlene got into a theater group called The Lab. It was very Latino and actress based. She worked with people like Judy Reyes,Vanessa Aspillaga, Forencia Lozano (39 episodes of "One Life To Live") Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sam Rockwell. Today it is called the Labyrinth Theater Company and works out of the Bank Street Theater David Zayas (Dexter) and she were newbies and “old” - they already had children. It was a good time and the timing was good. And so 20 years passed, like a blink of an eye. She was on the cusp. Latino had not yet become Ok; they told her she had to use a different name from that of her daughter’s father, Rodriguez. It was not too long after the days of Raquel Welch — remember what a surprise it was to discover she was Mexican? And how about Rita Hayworth? Her name was Ana Marlene Forte Machado. She decided to take the name of her mother and so became Marlene Forte. While today the Latino community still has no Tyler Perry or Oprah, still now is the time to be Latino and living in L.A. where she can stand on the corner of Olympic and El Camino; life is good.

So "Dallas" is back for its third season. “Dallas” without Larry Hagman, "one of the nicest people she ever worked with in the business”. He was a role model for her. He knew he was ill with cancer. In the course of the two seasons, he lost 20 pounds. But he died with his family around him, doing what he loved doing most, acting halfway through the second season.

Comparing “Dallas” back in the day (1978 – 1991) when I was working at Lorimar (1985 +) and today: Back then there was only Angela, the Ewing Maid (Carol Sanchez) There was no “Ramos family”. So how did the Ramos family come into being?

“Dallas” has fans around the world. The new version is younger. Elena (Jordana Brewster)’s mother (whom Marlene plays) is already a business woman. The family has been working with the Ewing family since her daughter was nine and she was widowed when an oil rig accident killed her husband.

It has already been revealed that Rj actually stole the land from the Ramos land grant at the end of Season 2. Jordan is now bent on revenge. Her mother Carmen (Marlene Forte) had a bit of a chip on her shoulder; she always said that no one in her family every lied, but now…they too are lying, lying all the time. Lots will be revealed about them now; their dark side is coming to light in the third season.

“Dallas”, this version has very well rounded characters and the storylines are interesting. The first season dealt with real issues, like oil vs. methane gas…Jr wants to drill, drill, drill but the Ewing children want to go with ethane gas.

The women are very strong in “Dallas” too. This is due in part to Cynthia Cidre the creator and showrunner, who is also Cuban. Michael M. Robin the director and producer is a TV Giant ("The Closer", "Nip/Tuck", "L.A. Law”) and the two have found a good balance.

Wow! I want to watch this, if I can ever figure out how to turn on which remote control to watch TV in my home! TV is changing…we all know that much. But Marlene’s description of the changes explains much more. She says, "The procedural folks are tired. Soaps are coming back. No longer is procedural — a dead body, we find out what happened — enough. Now it’s revenge, scandal, characters…in ‘ allas', Cynthia and Michael go into that vibe, it is current and it’s history too.

There are two trends in TV now. One is the procedural switch to characters. The other comes off of reality TV…there are still reality shows; there will always be housewives everywhere, but the second trend is going back to Spanish TV, with shows like “America’s Got Talent”, “Dancing with the Stars”. This is entertainment like the old Spanish TV shows, "Sábado gigante” where for four hours, seven days a week Don Francisco would show "The Chew" and "The View" and "Americas Got Talent" all rolled into one show — four hours! — with ads by Ivory between the segments.

Marlene Forte is Totally TV. She loves it; she knows its craft. She says that TV, Film, and Theater are all different media.

She tells young talent, "If you know the media, you can conquer it…you can figure out the rhythm…" Forte is one of those familiar faces to which you’d have trouble putting the name. Yet you’ve seen her everywhere simply because she’s played them all. In fact, her work reads like the ultimate directory of television - from "Crossing Jordan", “The George Lopez Show”, "The Mentalist", "Law & Order", "Bones", "Daybreak", “The West Wing”, “ER”, “Lost”, "Castle" to "House of Payne", “24”, “ Community”, and “The Secret Life Of The American Teenager”, among many others.

Now with an acting career spanning over three decades, Forte is enjoying a hell of ride carrying an acting dossier that may very well rival some of the most prominent Latinas in the industry.

On the movie side, she played the transporter chief in the 2009 Jj Abrams' "Star Trek" reboot; Mrs. Glass in "Real Women Have Curves"; and the unforgettable Pilar Brown in "Our Song" opposite Kerry Washington ("Scandal"). She appeared recently in the Marlon Wayans’ parnormal’esque parody “A Haunted House”, and Tyler Perry’s “A Single Mom’s Club” (her second time working with the award-winning director). She will next be seen in the indie movie “Assassination of a Citizen” playing a female Walter White in gang-central East La.

She continues to do shorts and live theater, to work on web projects (notably the Imagen Award winner “Ysle” with Ruth Livier), to tackle indie films and big budget movies, and pop in some of TV’s high-profiled series and sitcoms, The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (Hola) - the nation’s longest running active arts advocacy organization for Latino actors - honored her with a Hola Award for "Excellence in Television". Most recently she received a “Pioneer Award” at the 2014 Reel Rasquache Art & Film Festival and an “Artist Award” from her home town, Union City.

And as she is keeping that acting bug rolling and the roles coming, she most definitely provides a shinning example of how women can “make it” in Hollywood on their own terms.

“Dallas” itself has been nominated and awarded many prizes since it recommenced in 2012:

Alma Awards, 2012

Nominated , Alma Award

Favorite TV Actress-Drama

Jordana Brewster

Nominated , Alma Award

Favorite TV Actress-Drama

Julie Gonzalo

Imagen Foundation Awards


Nominated , Imagen Award

Best Primetime Television Program

Nominated , Imagen Award

Best Supporting Actress/Television

Jordana Brewster

Nominated , Imagen Award

Best Supporting Actress/Television

Julie Gonzalo

Key Art Awards


2nd place , Key Art Award

Best Trailer - Audio/Visual

(Turner Network Television (TNT)).

• For the online "Dallas Theme Song Video MashUp".

Namic Vision Awards


Nominated , Vision Award

Best Performance - Drama

Jordana Brewster

So tune in Monday, August 18 on TNT!!!
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'Dallas' Season 3, episode 2 -- 'Trust Me': Ryland's mother plays tough with drug cartel

You might be able to pull the wool over some people's eyes, but you can't fool your mama.

Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) proved that at the start of "Trust Me," Monday's (March 2) new episode of TNT's "Dallas." She hired her late husband J.R's right-hand man, Bum (Kevin Page), to conduct surveillance on her son John Ross (Josn Henderson) ... convinced he was cheating on new wife Rebecca (Julie Gonzalo) with Emma (Emma Bell).

Back at the Ryland family home, Emma was surprised to see her father Harris (Mitch Pilleggi) out of prison. He wasted no time accusing her of stealing his files and setting up his incarceration, then warned he would have to return her to "a secure, therapeutic setting" -- ostensibly to keep her safe, but really to prevent her from trying to assume his corporate power again.

Emma cautioned John Ross that meant an end to the deal
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TNT Leads Into New Dallas Season With 25-Hour Marathon And Releases New Key Art

Dallas probably sounded like a strange idea when reworking the classic first hit you, but there’s no denying that the show has found an audience, and with the third season set to hit on February 24th, TNT wants to prepare you with not only a 25-Hour marathon of the earlier episodes, but also with some interesting key art and promo spots.

I’ll have a detailed preview for you soon, with some info on what to expect with the new season and preview reviews, but for now, take a look at what TNT has for you as far as quick teases. In case you were wondering why you like it (or why you should watch it)… it’s because there are hot people on it, and if that isn’t enough, they aren’t above sexual innuendo. So… you should watch.

The backstabbing, two-timing, double-crossing drama of TNT’s
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DVD Review - A Haunted House (2013)

A Haunted House, 2013.

Directed by Michael Tiddes.

Starring Marlon Wayans, Essence Atkins, Marlene Forte, Cedric the Entertainer and David Koechner.


Malcolm and Kisha move into their dream home, but soon learn a demon also resides there. When Kisha becomes possessed, Malcolm - determined to keep his sex life on track - turns to a priest, a psychic, and a team of ghost-busters for help.

Perhaps at the age of 38 years old cynicism has bedded in me like damp in an old building. The rot has begun and is slowly stopping me enjoying life and the world around me. Perhaps I no longer see humour or the spark of life that makes people laugh and smile together, and my increasing age has become a weight dragging my joy deeper in the murky waters of despair. That, or I could have just watched A Haunted House - sold to the world as a comedy,
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World War Z, Before Midnight, Spike Island: this week's new films

World War Z | Before Midnight | Spike Island | Fire In The Night | Like Someone In Love | Snitch | I Am Nasrine | The Seasoning House | Shun Li and The Poet | Black Rock | I Am Breathing | A Haunted House

World War Z (15)

(Marc Forster, 2013, Us/Mal) Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale. 116 mins

In the end, the much-reported delays, reshoots and overspend have at least resulted in a watchable disaster epic, even if this brings little to the zombie apocalypse party save for a huge guest list. Forster's film finds Pitt pitted against insect-like hordes of the sprinting dead, as his Un agent trots round the globe trying to trace the source of the epidemic, save his family and avoid getting chomped. Mild spoiler alert: blame Wales.

Before Midnight (15)

(Richard Linklater, 2013, Us) Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, Walter Lassally. 109 mins

A satisfying return for the comfortable screen couple, now together but burdened by history,
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‘A Haunted House’ Review

Stars: Marlon Wayans, Marlene Forte, Essence Atkins, David Koechner, Dave Sheridan, Nick Swardson, Alanna Ubach, Cedric the Entertainer, J.B. Smoove | Written by Marlon Wayans, Rick Alvarez | Directed by Michael Tiddes

This may be hard to believe but it has been thirteen years since the Wayans brothers’ box-office bonanza spoof Scary Movie hit cinemas, creating a new wave of spoof movies. However in the intervening years that franchise, and the genre as a whole, has dwindled into mediocrity. What was once a laugh-riot at the cinema has become a laughing stock on DVD… And even the Wayans knew better than to get involved with the fifth iteration of the franchise they created!

However it seems at least one of the Wayans brothers couldn’t stay away from the genre as Marlon Wayans, sans big brothers Keenan and Shawn, is back on the big screen with A Haunted House. As he did with Scary Movie,
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A Haunted House,” which came to Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on April 23, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment, stars Marlon Wayans, Essence Atkins, Marlene Forte, Cedric the Entertainer, David Koechner, Dave Sheridan, Nick Swardson, Alanna Ubach, Andrew Daly, Affion Crockett, J.B. Smoove, Robin Thede and Jordenn Thompson from director Michael Tiddes and writers Marlon Wayans and Rick Alvarez.

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A Haunted House 2 Moves Forward at Open Road Films

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A Haunted House 2 Moves Forward at Open Road Films
Open Road Films has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to A Haunted House 2 (working title) - the sequel to this year's hit film A Haunted House - to be co-written by and starring Marlon Wayans. The film will be financed and produced by Im Global's genre label Octane. The announcement was made today by Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road Films and Stuart Ford, CEO of Im Global.

A Haunted House, released in January 2013, opened to $19 million at the U.S. box-office and has taken in over $40 million to date.

Open Road Films will release A Haunted House 2 - which will star Marlon Wayans - nationwide in Winter 2013-14. A Haunted House will be released by Universal Studios Home Entertainment on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD on April 23, 2013. Production on A Haunted House 2 is scheduled to take place this summer.

Marlon Wayans' co-writing and acting credits include: Dance Flick,
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A Haunted House Blu-ray and DVD Arrive April 23rd

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A Haunted House Blu-ray and DVD Arrive April 23rd
Go beyond the supernatural in A Haunted House, the hilarious comedy starring Marlon Wayans (White Chicks, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) and Cedric the Entertainer (Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Ice Age) that pokes no-holds-barred fun at our deepest fears. A Haunted House will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack with UltraViolet, on DVD and On Demand on April 23, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Also available on Digital Download beginning April 9, 2013.

When a young couple moves in to their dream place, they soon discover they're not alone. Now, Malcolm will go to hilarious extremes - including hiring a priest, a psychic, and a team of modern-day Ghostbusters to get his place and his sex life back to normal. Co-starring Essence Atkins (Smart Guy), Nick Swardson (Just Go with It) and David Koechner (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy), the film is demonically good fun that critics are calling "the
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Blu-ray, DVD Release: A Haunted House

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Digital Release: April 9, 2013, Blu-ray, DVD & VOD Release Date: April 23, 2013

Price: DVD $29.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $39.98

Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment

Marlon Wayans’ (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) comedy tackles the supernatural in the 2013 movie A Haunted House.

Wayans stars as Malcolm, who moves into his dream home with his wife Kisha (Essence Atkins, TV’s Are We There Yet?), only to discover they’re not alone. When a demon possesses Kisha, Malcolm employs everything he can think of to get their sex life back on track, including hiring a priest, a psychic and modern-day Ghostbusters.

Nick Swardson (That’s My Boy), Marlene Forte (TV’s Dallas) and Cedric the Entertainer (Larry Crowne) also star in the film, which grossed $39.6 million in theaters. Wayans co-wrote A Haunted House with first-time feature film writer Rick Alvarez, and the movie was directed by first-time feature helmer Michael Tiddes.

Critics did not appreciate the movie,
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A Haunted House (2013)

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Directed by: Michael Tiddes

Written by: Marlon Wayans, Rick Alvarez

Featuring: Marlon Wayans, Essence Atkins, Marlene Forte, David Koechner, Dave Sheridan, Cedric the Entertainer, Nick Swardson

Several years ago, spoofs absolutely flooded the mainstream market. Every few months, it was Not Another Teen Movie, Scary Movie, Epic Movie, Date Movie, Disaster Movie and, well, you get the point. While few of them had some pretty good moments of isolated genius, for the most part they were throwaway pieces of shit that should be avoided at all costs.

Despite my venomous dislike for the vast majority of these films, I have to admit that the trailers for the new film A Haunted House caught my interest. Despite being written by Marlon Wayans and looking like it employed the same formula as all of the other spoofs, the subject matter focused on the recent influx of found-footage horror films, and many of
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