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    LA! Arnold’s “END OF DAYS” Screening w/ Kevin Pollak this weekend

    I wish END OF DAYS was a really good movie, and not just a goofy movie I really like. But there it is, and I’m sure I’m not alone. Capitalizing on the then-approaching millennium fervor and our collective love of the Devil, Peter Hyams’ 1999 action horror brought a host of things we treasure as a nation, together: Arnold Schwarzenegger, religious apocalypse, Kevin Pollak, breakfast shakes, Udo Kier, Christmastime in New York, smooth talking Satan. The list really goes on. Now, fourteen years from outdating itself, but no less entertaining or deserving of a December watch, the film is screening in 35MM at Los Angeles’ famed New Beverly theater with Pollak scheduled to attend!

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    “THE RAID 2″ out March 2014

    It was a good long while (or at least it seemed as such) between THE RAID’s massive premiere and response the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and its eventual release from Sony. In the case of the now highly anticipated sequel from director Gareth Evans, you’re in luck.

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    Trailer: Joe Swanberg’s Fetish Photography Thriller, “24 EXPOSURES”

    Prolific indie filmmaker Joe Swanberg, most closely associated with “mumblecore,” but who’s increasingly stepped into overt genre helming his own SILVER BULLETS and the V/H/S segment “The Sick That Happened To Emily When She Was Younger”, and starring in the likes of the acclaimed YOU’RE NEXT and PROXY, reteams with A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE filmmakers Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett for the sort of neo-late night thriller 24 EXPOSURES. 

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    To Be A Wtich; First Teaser for WGN’s “SALEM” Series

    A stylish, smirking tease for WGN’s upcoming premiere scripted series, based around actual supernatural happenings midst the infamous and tragic Salem Witch Trials, has debuted. In the clip, a voiceover runs down the criteria for judging one a witch, while every major punishment from the noose to the stake to the pillory is doled out. Plenty of knowing smiles from the accused accompany the abuse, leaving us to believe they’ll surmount the accusers when SALEM airs next April.

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    Short: Sketch Group Paints NYC SantaCon as the Apocalypse

    Let me tell you about SantaCon. Actually, considering this special hell of fake beards and sexy elves has spread to cities around the globe since its first havoc-wreaking event in San Francisco in 1994, you may well know about hordes of drunken coeds and adults who still wish they were in college, roaming city streets wasted and adorned in festive attire.

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    International “DEVIL’S DUE” Poster Continues the Promotion’s Satanic Streak

    The poster campaign for Radio Silence’s upcoming found footage DEVIL’S DUE has been nonstop Satanic kitsch. It’s also been nonstop. But when those behind it are seemingly having fun juxtaposing songs about the birth of Christ with the birth of something worse, and positioning bloody pregnant women on upside down crosses and in the middle of ritualistic circles, who’s complaining? 

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