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Wamg Giveaway – Win The 9th Life Of Louis Drax on Blu-ray

The 9th Life Of Louis Drax was released on DVD and Blu-ray February 7, 2017 and is also available on Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes.

Now you can own the Blu-ray of The 9th Life Of Louis Drax. We Are Movie Geeks has four copies to give away! All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite movie directed by Alexandre Aja? (mine is Piranha 3D). It’s so easy!

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On Louis Drax’s ninth birthday, he takes a terrible fall and is nearly killed. This would be traumatic enough for anyone, but what is especially alarming is that this is only the latest in a long
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Footage From "Almost Human: You Are Here"

  • SneakPeek
Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from the next episode of "Almost Human", titled "You Are Here", airing January 13, 2014:

"...'Det. Kennex' and 'Dorian' investigate a crime scene involving a self-guided bullet that can track, target and kill specific people at any moment. 

"Meanwhile, 'Maldonado' revisits the deadly ambush that almost killed Kennex..."

Cast includes Karl Urban as 'John Kennex', Michael Ealy as 'Dorian', Minka Kelly as 'Detective Valerie Stahl', Mackenzie Crook as 'Rudy Lom', Michael Irby as 'Detective Richard Paul' and Lili Taylor as 'Captain Sandra Maldonado'.

Episode guest cast includes Anthony Konechny as 'Mx-43 #1', Darren E, Scott as 'Mx-43 #2', Garfield Wilson as 'Mx-43 #3', Tim Kelleher as 'Reinhardt', Annie Monroe as 'Kira', Nick Hunnings as 'Anton', Andrei Kovski as 'Radovan', Jaime Callica as 'Officer Loeb', David Ingram as 'George Reed', Chad Riley as 'Det. Martin Pelham', Tatyana Forrest as 'Natalie', Sarah-Jane Redmond as 'Dr.
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Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002) Review

  • MoreHorror
Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Rick Bota

Written By: Carl V. Dupré & Tim Day

Starring: Dean Winters (Trevor Gooden), Ashley Laurence (Kirsty Cotton Gooden), William Taylor (Detective Lange), Michael Rogers (Detective Givens), Doug Bradley (Pinhead/Merchant), Rachel Hayward (Dr. Allison Dormer), Trevor White (Bret), Sarah-Jane Redmond (Gwen Stevens), Jody Thompson (Tawny), Kaaren de Zilva (Sage),

After how much I loved the last sequel, I had high expectations for this one. Upon reading up on it, I assumed it would be similar in style to the prior sequel and it did indeed follow a similar format that is more psychological in nature. I wound up liking this one as well though not as much as “Inferno.” Sadly, just like “Inferno”, this movie was also released straight to video and was not given a theatrical release.

The movie begins with Trevor Gooden married to Kirsty Cotton, from the first three “Hellraiser” movies.
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Trailer and Stills from Lifetime's Possessing Piper Rose

  • Dread Central
On October 24th, just in time for the Halloween season, Lifetime jumps back into the horror arena with Possessing Piper Rose, an Rhi Entertainment production starring Rebecca Romjin, David Cubit, and Isabella Cramp as Piper. Check out some stills and a trailer from the flick to see if you'll be adding it to your DVR queue.

Synopsis:

Joanna and Ben Maxwell's dream of adopting a child comes true when a sympathetic but mysterious agent places with them a darling four-year-old girl named Piper. But these new parents are plagued by a series of inexplicable and unnerving occurrences, including visions of Piper’s long-dead birth mother, and the chilling truth of Piper’s past comes to light. Even more horrifying is what the future holds for the little girl and for her new family as they are all drawn into the chilling secrets of the dead ... and beyond.

Jared Abrahamson, Christine Wiles,
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Millennium movie crusade updates

  • Fangoria
All you Millennium fans out there, listen up. Back to Frank Black, the fan site whose sole purpose is to bring back actor Lance Henriksen in a film adaptation of Chris Carter’s cult TV show, sent Fango a few updates regarding their mission.

Firstly, the popular site will be teaming with Ibg and Henriksen himself for a charity auction to benefit Children of the Night, an organization dedicated to helping youths forced into prostitution. Among items up for sale will be Henriksen’s two Saturn Awards, autographed scripts from throughout the actor’s career, Millennium-theme sheet music signed by composer Mark Snow and autographed photos from series actresses Sarah-Jane Redmond and Klea Scott. Show props and crew memorabilia will also be available. A detailed list of items and their donators will be posted on the site soon.

On the topic of actually resurrecting the beloved series, Back to
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Help Millennium become a movie

  • Fangoria
There’s a reason they’re called cult followings—and now the ultra-devoted fan base that is obsessed with Millennium is gaining momentum on a campaign to bring the Chris Carter supernatural show to the big screen. Millennium, which aired for three seasons on Fox from 1996-1999, centered on Frank Black (genre fave Lance Henriksen), an FBI profiler with the ability to see the world through the eyes of murderers, and has arguably influenced many a big-screen thriller since.

Mark Ducker, a staff member at www.tiwwa.info, the largest Millenium on-line community, tells Fango, “While we are very much in the early stages of our campaign, we’re already receiving many accolades. Our campaign was made front-page news on [co-executive producer and writer] Frank Spotnitz’s blog, and we have received messages of support and encouragement from Lance Henriksen and [recurring actress] Kristen Cloke. In addition, genre-film author John Kenneth Muir picked up our campaign
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'Wrinkle' to open Sprockets fest

'Wrinkle' to open Sprockets fest
TORONTO -- The world premiere of John Kent Harrison's A Wrinkle in Time, based on the classic book by Madeleine L'Engle, has been scheduled to open the sixth installment of the Sprockets Toronto International Festival for Children, which is organized by the Toronto International Film Festival. The event, billed as North America's largest kids festival, will hand out five awards at the end of its April 25-May 4 run. This year's lineup comprises 17 features and 54 shorts representing 21 countries and 15 languages, according to the lineup fest organizers unveiled Tuesday at a Toronto press conference. Wrinkle, a U.S./U.K./Canadian co-production about three kids on a perilous quest to distant worlds to find a missing physicist, stars David Dorfman, Kyle Secor and Sarah-Jane Redmond.

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