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Wow!!! Actor Napoleon in a Hollywood film

Napoleon, a popular Tamil actor turned politician forays into Hollywood with a supernatural thriller titled Devil's Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge. He started his career as an anti-hero and then acted in the lead roles before becoming a politician.

Now he is making his Hollywood debut with Devil's Night in which he plays an important role that of a curator in a museum. The crime background of the plot adds uniqueness to this supernatural thriller. This film is being directed by Emmy-nominated director Sam Logan Khaleghi.

The movie also stars Jesi Jensen, Bobby Laenen, John C Forman, Grover McCants...

Halloween 2017: Devil’s Night Double Feature – The Crow and House Of 1000 Corpses

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[To get you into the spooky spirit, the Daily Dead team is spotlighting double features that we think would be fun to watch this Halloween season. Check here for more double feature recommendations and other Halloween 2017 coverage.]

In horror movies, things usually go so very wrong on October 31st when it comes to the Halloween-themed offerings of the genre. But what about the night before? October 30th, or “Devil’s Night”, can also bring about its own horrific consequences, which is the theme I went with when it came time to put together my double feature of Alex ProyasThe Crow and Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. Both are coincidentally feature film debuts for each director, they feature killer soundtracks, and this pair of films is also centered around a storyline where the characters will never be the same after their experiences on the night before Halloween.

Based on the comic by James O'Barr, The Crow finds aspiring rock star Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) rising from the grave a year after his death to take revenge on the four thugs (David Patrick Kelly, Angel David,
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10 Things About The Crow You Never Knew

10 Things About The Crow You Never Knew
The Crow was a massive hit when the comic book tale was eventually released in May, 1994, but sadly, its star was no longer here to witness its success. The Crow is a dark, brooding, gothic, action filled meditation on revenge, justice, love, and the afterlife, strengthened with bits of dark humor and a haunting performance by the late Brandon Lee, who was tragically killed in an on-set accident.

The Crow is remembered for Lee's brilliant portrayal of the movie's hero, musician Eric Draven, who returns from the dead to extract revenge on the Motor City thugs who murdered both him and his fianc&#233. A supernatural bird guides Draven through Detroit on Devil's Night, one year to the date after crime kingpin Top Dollar ordered his henchmen to kill the soon to be wed young couple. One by one, Eric makes his way through Tin Tin, Funboy, T-Bird, and Skank, until
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10 Things You Never Knew About the Crow

10 Things You Never Knew About the Crow
The Crow was a massive hit when the comic book tale was eventually released in May, 1994, but sadly, its star was no longer here to witness its success. The Crow is a dark, brooding, gothic, action filled meditation on revenge, justice, love, and the afterlife, strengthened with bits of dark humor and a haunting performance by the late Brandon Lee, who was tragically killed in an on-set accident.

The Crow is remembered for Lee's brilliant portrayal of the movie's hero, musician Eric Draven, who returns from the dead to extract revenge on the Motor City thugs who murdered both him and his fianc&#233. A supernatural bird guides Draven through Detroit on Devil's Night, one year to the date after crime kingpin Top Dollar ordered his henchmen to kill the soon to be wed young couple. One by one, Eric makes his way through Tin Tin, Funboy, T-Bird, and Skank, until
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American Horror Story Made Up a Bunch of Stuff About the Zodiac Killer - Here's the Truth

On the latest episode of American Horror Story: Cult, the show takes a break from its present-day storyline to flash back to two very different cults in the 1960s: the cult of Andy Warhol's bohemian, counterculture movement and the radical feminist cult of Valerie Solanas, whose purpose was to overthrow the government and eliminate men. Over the course of the episode, Valerie's former lover Bebe Babbitt (welcome to Cult, Frances Conroy!) relays Valerie's tale to Beverly, Ivy, and Winter. It comes out that Valerie's Scum cult (Society for Cutting Up Men) was actually the real identity of the Zodiac Killer. Wait, what? Yeah, that's exactly what a lot of viewers were saying on social media. Ahs: Cult's version of the story is that while Valerie is locked away in New York for shooting Andy Warhol, her cult members are in California killing couples at lovers lane spots, then painting
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News Bits: Stuber, Night, Jurassic, Ghostbusters

Stuber

Fox has acquired Tripper Clancy's action comedy spec script "Stuber" which follows one harrowing night in the life of an Uber driver named Stu. "Vacation" reboot writer/directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley worked with Tripper to develop the script which the pair will produce. [Source: Deadline]

Devil's Night

Blumhouse Productions have set up the micro-budget horror film "Devil's Night" which Jason Blum and Bobbi Sue Luther will produce. Sean Tretta ("12 Monkeys") penned the script which is set on the night before Halloween, a night with a tradition of youth causing mischief.

Though it has existed since the 1930s, at a point in the 1980s in inner city places like Detroit, the crimes became more destructive - moving up to the likes of arson and vandalism. Ryan Turek will oversee the project for Blumhouse. [Source: Heat Vision]

Jurassic World

Actor Jeff Goldblum was recently asked by Fandango about whether he'd ever consider returning to series.
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 12 review: Be Our Guest

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American Horror Story: Hotel concludes with a fitting ending that looks as gorgeous as ever, even if it won't be to everyone's tastes...

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5.12 Be Our Guest

American Horror Story has been a spectacular showcase for female characters and the actors playing those roles. Jessica Lange was a revelation. Lily Rabe stole season two. Season three was an ensemble of female characters. Season four's most affecting parts were concerning the women of the Freak Show. And this season, the female character that deserves the most attention and praise just happens to be played by a man. There's glamour and grandeur, acid wit and tender compassion... Liz Taylor is possibly the best example of what American Horror Story can create for a female character, but it took an actor with the fearless skill of Denis O'Hare to pull it off, with a little help from the wonderful,
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80 Gorgeous Pictures From Hotel, American Horror Story's Spookiest Season Yet

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American Horror Story: Hotel concluded this week, with its 12th and final episode. We're ate up everything we could about season five of Ryan Murphy's spooky series, including season one references, the death toll, and the definitive timeline. Matt Bomer, Lady Gaga, Finn Wittrock, and more are featured in the photos from the fifth season, we've compiled every gorgeous picture from all the episodes! Skip to: Episode 1: "Checking In" Episode 2: "Chutes and Ladders" Episode 3: "Mommy" Episode 4: "Devil's Night" Episode 5: "Room Service" Episode 6: "Room 33" Episode 7: "Flicker" Episode 8: "The Ten Commandments Killer" Episode 9: "She Wants Revenge" Episode 10: "She Gets Revenge" Episode 11: "Battle Royale" Episode 12: "Be Our Guest"
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 11 review: Battle Royale

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American Horror Story's shared universe aspect comes into its own this week with the fun return of a Coven character...

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1.11 Battle Royale

It took Ryan Murphy five seasons and a return to a familiar stomping ground to bring American Horror Story full circle. The recycling of Pepper last season was a nice touch, and the freak show or the asylum was a common destination for unfortunate microcephalics back in the dark days, so to have the character move from one to the other makes sense. However, there wasn't a lot of modern crossing-over, aside from using the same actors. That's changed with Hotel. Whether it's the La location or the modern setting, old familiar faces have been popping up (and usually dying horribly) within the confines of the Hotel Cortez.

Christine Estabrook's Marcie and Matt Ross's Dr. Charles Montgomery were surprise visitors,
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 10 review: She Gets Revenge

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Episode ten of American Horror Story Hotel, She Gets Revenge, works spectacularly well...

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5.10 She Gets Revenge

There aren't a lot of action sequences in American Horror Story, but when something violent happens, as it does a lot this season, they tend to make a lot of it. The Hotel Cortez has been home to some terrible things, and it's always very stylish to behold. However, the titular Hotel is not really the centre of sweetness. Sure, there have been a few nice moments her and there, but nothing consistent, or played as straight as the reunion between Liz Taylor and her long-lost son Dennis. Throughout the episode, Liz and Iris make plans to commit suicide, but first they have to tie up their loose ends to keep from becoming prisoners of the Cortez. For Iris, that's simple: she has to cancel her magazines
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 9 review: She Wants Revenge

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Hotel is the best and most intriguing American Horror Story has been in a long while, as She Wants Revenge shows...

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5.9 She Wants Revenge

It's been a while since a season of American Horror Story has been this consistently good, both in terms of acting, characterisation, and general plotting. Hotel is a world full of interesting characters portrayed by interesting actors who make interesting choices. The collection of visual styles—high fashion, 1920s class, 90s funk, 60s glamour, 80s rocker chic, and a whole host of other distinctive looks—add colour and depth to a world in which there are people who are trapped out of their own time and people who are not constrained by the tick-tick-tock of the clock and the limitations of a mortal time frame. The Hotel Cortez is a home for ghosts, immortals, and damaged wanderers plucked at
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 8 review: The Ten Commandments Killer

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Evan Peters and Wes Bentley's characters make the perfect counterpoint in this week's fun, ever-stylish American Horror Story: Hotel...

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5.8 The Ten Commandments Killer

There's not a lot of artifice or misdirection to Ryan Murphy's television shows. Very rarely does he pull off a surprise, and when he does pull off a surprise—see the Rubber Man from Murder House—it's not always very good or very welcome. I'm not even sure he's trying to spring surprises anymore, given just how long the show has telegraphed the very “twist” it unfurls this week. John Lowe, ace detective and the man obsessed with tracking down the Ten Commandments Killer, is actually the Ten Commandments Killer, which is something people have basically been discussing since the earliest stages of the season.

It's a predictable turn of events, and one that the show's been building on for multiple weeks,
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 7 review: Flicker

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Rarely has American Horror Story sustained its current level of momentum, quality and sheer entertainment...

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5.7 Flicker

I absolutely love it when American Horror Story uses film-making style to help tell their story. It's not a question of the way the characters dress or the way the sets are displayed, but a question of actual technical techniques. A significant portion of Flicker is devoted to the life and times of a very young Countess—long before she was the Countess—as a fresh-faced Italian girl from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn who made her way out to Hollywood to become a star on the silver screen. A chance appearance as a harem girl leads to a meeting that will change young Countess's life forever as she finds herself wooed by the most famous lover in history, Rudolph Valentino (Finn Wittrock, playing a new role) and his glamorous wife,
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 6 review: Room 33

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How terrifying can a baby really be? Er, pretty bloody terrifying judging by this week's episode of American Horror Story: Hotel...

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5.6 Room 33

Lady Gaga's got a thing with her fans. She calls them her little monsters. It's a great fandom nickname, akin to the Kiss Army in terms of recognizability. After all, there's a whole episode of The Simpsons based around Gaga's schtick. It's the worst episode The Simpsons has ever done, but that's not the point. It's a known quantity, and I have no doubt it's been one of the inspirations for Countess's collection of creepy children, alongside The Shining and Village Of The Damned. They're actual little monsters, and she's their mother.

Of course, she's not just their adopted mother, she's the actual mother of at least one child, courtesy of the good butchers at Murder House. That's right, Countess
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 5 review: Room Service

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Vampire children run amok among multiple plot-threads in this week's American Horror Story: Hotel episode...

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5.5 Room Service

There's a lot going on in every episode of American Horror Story, and sometimes it makes it difficult to figure out just how to sit down and write a review like this. I mean, when the show is full of plot elements, how can you really focus on one? Last week was easy; a serial killer dinner party is always going to be attention-grabbing, but this week's episode had multiple fun things happening, so I guess I'll just stop waffling and go right to the vampire children.

Alex, the caring nurturer of Holden that she is, has been newly minted as a vampire by Countess Gaga, and she's having a little trouble adjusting. She's woozy, she's room temperature, her Pov shots are all blurry, she's vacant and clammy.
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American Horror Story Hotel episode 4 review: Devil's Night

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America's serial killers come out to play in American Horror Story Hotel's latest Halloween episode, Devil's Night...

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5.4 Devil's Night

The announcement that Lady Gaga would play a prominent role in American Horror Story: Hotel was a bit of a divisive one. She was the centerpiece of a lot of the show's commercials, particularly one of her set to the memorable industrial tune Du Hast by Rammstein. No one knew what role she would play, or what her purpose would end up being, but everyone had an opinion about it, and most of those opinions seem to have been negative. It's easy to see why; Gaga's a pop star, not an actress. If she's been on stage or screen, it's been in the context of her musical talents first and foremost, not her ability to emote or cry on cue. I have to admit to having been pleasantly surprised.
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Wes Bentley on Why American Horror Story Gets Addiction Right

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Wes Bentley on Why American Horror Story Gets Addiction Right
Spoilers ahead for the most recent episode of American Horror Story: Hotel. On Wednesday night’s American Horror Story: Hotel, John Lowe is invited to a dinner party along with Aileen Wuornos, Richard Ramirez, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, and the Zodiac — a murderer’s row of serial killers. "John is clearly not yet our kind," their host James March tells them when the detective balks at their idea of amuse-bouche and desserts. Was Lowe invited to this strange soirée because he's a guest of the hotel, because they enjoyed the idea of a helpless law-enforcement official in their midst, or because he might actually be a kindred spirit? Wes Bentley, who plays Lowe, helped shed a little light when he chatted with Vulture about Ahs theories, understanding addiction, and why he wants Gwyneth Paltrow's head in a box.Why do you think John Lowe was invited to the Devil's Night dinner?
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'American Horror Story: Hotel' Recap: What Sort of Tricks Did Devil's Night Bring?

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'American Horror Story: Hotel' Recap: What Sort of Tricks Did Devil's Night Bring?
Taking a page from season one, American Horror Story: Hotel is celebrating Halloween by letting the dead roam about freely. In "Devil's Night," Mr. March invites some of his infamous friends to celebrate his favorite night of the year. Of course, John is invited, but he can't distinguish what's real and what's not. Meanwhile, Alex makes a sacrifice to be with her son.
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Crowdfund This! Exclusive Clip For Retro Horror The Barn

The good folks at Pittsburgh's Nevermore Productions have taken to IndieGoGo to finish their retro indie horror The Barn and they've sent us an exclusive clip to help spread the word. It's Halloween 1989, best friends Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what's left of their final Devil's Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of friends take a detour on their way to a rock concert, finding an old abandoned barn and awakening the evil inside. Now it's up to Sam and Josh to find a way to protect their friends and defeat the creatures that lurk within "The Barn". If the team has put half as much work into the film as they have...

[Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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The Crow Remake Will Have A Female Main Villain

It was about two months ago that it was revealed that Jack Huston and Jessica Brown Findlay would be taking the roles of Eric Draven and Shelly Webster, respectively, in the upcoming remake of The Crow, but now the production has found the performer that they want to play the central villain in the movie. New reports are coming in saying that Andrea Riseborough is in negotiations to play Top Dollar in the project, meaning that this new adaptation will be changing the gender of the character. Deadline has the scoop on this casting development, noting that Riseborough has not yet officially signed on to the project. In the story, Top Dollar is the gang leader who orchestrates a group of thugs who love nothing more than to terrorize the streets of Detroit. One Devil's Night (the night before Halloween), the crew breaks into the apartment of guitarist Eric Draven,
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