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Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill Announced as Co-Presidents of the 2018 Cinepocalypse Feature Film Jury

They brought Bughuul to life in Sinister and took viewers to the Sanctum Sanctorum in Doctor Strange, and this summer, filmmaker Scott Derrickson and screenwriter C. Robert Cargill will come together for a different cinematic endeavor to serve as co-presidents of the 2018 Cinepocalypse Feature Film Jury:

Press Release: Chicago, Illinois - April 10, 2018 - The Music Box Theatre is proud to announce Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson and screenwriter C. Robert Cargill as Co-Presidents of the 2018 Cinepocalypse Feature Film Jury. The Chicago-based genre film festival, which which will take place June 21 - 28 at the historic Music Box Theatre, celebrates its triumphant second year with even more films, guests, and events.

The Midwest’s largest gathering of genre films and fans, Cinepocalypse’s organizers are also very proud to announce their first title - the World Premiere of Michael Winnick's Malicious. In the film, a housewarming gift from hell terrorizes a young
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Cinepocalypse 2018: Festival Announces Strange Jury Presidents And First Title

Bolstered by a tight and supportive genre community, Cinepocalypse is establishing itself as a key Summertime stop on the genre and fantastic film circuit here in North America.    Coming off of a successful rookie year they are already headed in the right direction for their sophomore effort. Yesterday they announced that Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson and screenwriter C. Robert Cargill will be the co-presidents of the feature film jury at this year's festival.    Cinepocalypse also announced the first film to be included in this year's lineup, Michael Winnick's Malicious, starring Bojana Novakovic, Josh Stewart and Delroy Lindo.    Cinepocalypse graces the halls of The Music Box Theatre in Chicago and runs the last week in June, from the 21st to the 28th....

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Remembering James Horner, Christopher Lee, Mary Ellen Trainor and Other Reel-Important People We Lost in June

Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way. Laura Antonelli (1941-2015) - Italian Actress. She starred in Luchino Visconti's L'innocente, Salvatore Sampieri's Malicious and Mario Bava's Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs. She died of a heart attack on June 22. (THR) William Bronder (1930-2015) - Character Actor. He memorably appears in Stand By Me as the junkyard owner (see below), plus Return to Me and Best Seller. He died on May 6. (THR) Jack Carter (1923-2015)&nbsp...

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Remembering James Horner, Christopher Lee, Mary Ellen Trainor and Other Reel-Important People We Lost in May

Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her own way. Laura Antonelli (1941-2015) - Italian Actress. She starred in Luchino Visconti's L'innocente, Salvatore Sampieri's Malicious and Mario Bava's Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs. She died of a heart attack on June 22. (THR) William Bronder (1930-2015) - Character Actor. He memorably appears in Stand By Me as the junkyard owner (see below), plus Return to Me and Best Seller. He died on May 6. (THR) Jack Carter (1923-2015)&nbsp...

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'Malicious' Sex Symbol Who Became a Worldwide Sensation in the '70s Found Dead: Antonelli Led Troubled, Tragic Life

Laura Antonelli: 'Malizia' actress. Laura Antonelli: 'Malizia' sex symbol who led troubled life found dead (Note: This Laura Antonelli article is currently being revised and expanded.) Laura Antonelli, for a brief while an international star thanks to scandalous sex-themed movies such as Malizia and The Divine Nymph, and who later became enmeshed in scandal and personal turmoil, was found dead by her housekeeper on Monday morning, June 22, '15, at her home in Ladispoli, in the outskirts of Rome. Antonelli had reportedly suffered a fatal heart attack. She was 73. Long after her cinema heyday, in the early '90s Antonelli made headlines following a botched plastic surgery that left her face somewhat disfigured. Also at that time, she found herself accused of drug trafficking by Italian authorities. Both incidents led to lengthy, traumatizing judicial battles. From gym teacher to 'girl bomb' Born Laura Antonaz on Nov. 28, 1941, in Pula, in the then Italian province of Istria,
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