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American Horror Story 1984: Season 9 Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Story, and News

Alec Bojalad Joseph Baxter Aug 27, 2019

Ahs: 1984, the ninth season of FX's American Horror Story, is a campy take on the classic slasher movie genre.

We now know what comes after the Apocalypse: the 1980s! FX has officially announced that American Horror Story Season 9 is American Horror Story 1984... though stylized as Ahs: 1984.

A while back, FX ordered American Horror Story Season 9 to keep Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series as its longest running drama series ever – Oh, and the network also ordered American Horror Story Season 10 for good measure. Yet, it sounded like an oversight that Ahs Season 8's subtitle was "Apocalypse," since the series still had at least two more seasons to go. But that's the beauty of this whole thing! Ahs is an anthology series, with a cast and storyline that resets each iteration. It's a wonder that each season doesn't end with the utter destruction of humanity in the first place.
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Film Review: A Bit of Pop/Rock Magic Spins in ‘Juliet, Naked’

Chicago – The story of a drop-out rock and roll star… usually disappearing at the height of their fame… has fascinated the movies in both fiction (“Eddie and the Cruisers”) and documentary (“Waiting for Sugarman”). “Juliet, Naked” takes the premise and creates a charming, romantic story about fandom and redemptive decisions.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

All the cast is at the top of their game with a solid and very funny script. The Year of Ethan Hawke continues with another great performance by the man as the disappeared rocker. And Irish actor Chris O’Dowd nearly steals the picture as an obsessed fan, who inadvertently begins the demise of his long time relationship. Rose Byrne is his live-in girlfriend and the centerpiece of the proceedings, and she proves again that beyond her radiant good looks lies a deft and subtle comic actor. “Juliet, Naked” is a fun and intuitive life transition story, and is recognizable on many emotional levels.
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Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on September 25th

Following its well-received festival run and its recent release in theaters and on VOD platforms (including a live online movie night party hosted by Fangoria), Cinestate's Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (written by Bone Tomahawk director S. Craig Zahler) is coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD on September 25th, giving those Toulon puppets plenty of time to make house calls before the Halloween season!

Press Release: Los Angeles – Rlje Films (Nasdaq: Rlje) will release the Fangoria horror film Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Uhd/Blu-ray combo on Sept. 25, 2018. Written by S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk, Brawl in Cell Block 99)and co-directed by Sonny Laguna (Wither, Animalistic, Blood Runs Cold) and Tommy Wiklund (Wither, Animalistic, Madness), Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich stars Thomas Lennon (I Love You, Man, “Reno 911!”), Jenny Pellicer (“State of Affairs”, “The Bridge”), Nelson Franklin (“Black-ish,” “New Girl”), Charlyne Yi (Knocked Up,
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Eddie and the Cruisers

Eddie and the Cruisers is the story of a band and a man that were striving for greatness but hit a serious pitfall on their way up. When their second album bombed Eddie suddenly disappeared when his car went sailing through a guard rail to crash over a causeway. No body is found and to make matters worse the master tapes to the second album mysteriously disappear shortly after. The band is left to break up and go their own way. Eventually they get back together and decide that they want to achieve the greatness they were once seeking, but

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Eddie and the Cruisers
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New Trailer and Poster for “The Shelter”

John Fallon’S The Shelter Coming To Theaters, On Demand This November Written, directed and produced by John Fallon, The Shelter stars Michael Paré (Eddie and the Cruisers, The Virgin Suicides) in one of his most acclaimed performances in recent times. Scream Horror Magazine says Paré “steals each and every scene” while Aint it Cool News …

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Horror Highlights: The Wraiths Of War Exclusive Excerpt, The Shelter, IFC’s Horror Marathons, 360 Degrees Of Hell, Slimer & Sloth Pins

The Wraiths of War hits shelves from Titan Books tomorrow, October 11th, so we encourage our readers to continue reading today's Highlights for an exclusive excerpt from Mark Morris' new novel. Also: a new trailer for The Shelter, IFC's "Wake Up and Smell the Evil" Marathon, 360 Degrees of Hell Vr experience, and photos / release details for the Slimer and Sloth pins.

Exclusive Excerpt from The Wraiths of War: Synopsis: "Alex Locke is desperately trying to hold onto the disparate threads of the complex web of time he has created. He travels to the First World War, living through the horrors of trench warfare in order to befriend a young soldier crucial to his story; then to the 1930s to uncover the secrets of a mysterious stage magician. He moves back and forth in time, always with the strange and terrifying Dark Man on his heels, gradually getting closer to
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Poster and trailer for The Shelter starring Michael Pare

A poster and trailer have arrived online for writer-director John Fallon’s upcoming thriller The Shelter which stars Michael Paré (Eddie and the Cruisers, The Virgin Suicides); check them out below…

On a star filled night, widower and homeless man Thomas Jacobs (Michael Paré) finds shelter for the night when he falls upon a vast two-story house with the lights on and an inviting open front door. He strolls on in thinking he just caught a lucky break and for a while, it would appear as though he did. But soon enough, he realizes that the house won’t let him leave, as its doors are all locked while its windows cannot be opened or broken. Destiny has brought Thomas to this place. What does it want from him? Will he survive the ordeal?

The Shelter is set for release on November 4th.
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Uncork’d Finds ‘The Shelter’; Production Wraps On ‘The Archer’ As Cast Unveiled

Exclusive: Uncork'd Entertainment has acquired Us and Canadian rights to John Fallon’s survival horror pic The Shelter, with plans for theatrical and digital release this fall. Starring Michael Paré (Eddie and the Cruisers, The Virgin Suicides), the story follows widower and homeless man Thomas Jacobs (Paré), who finds shelter for the night when he discovers a vast two-story house with the lights on and the front door open. Thinking he just caught a lucky break, it soon…
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Cover Art & Release Date for John Carpenter’s Village Of The Damned Collector’s Edition Blu-ray

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Start thinking of that brick wall to keep the psychic children out of your head, because Scream Factory has announced an April 12th release date for their Collector's Edition Blu-ray of John Carpenter's Village of the Damned remake, featuring new cover art and special features.

Although Scream Factory has yet to reveal the official list of bonus features for their Village of the Damned Collector's Edition Blu-ray, they have confirmed that the special release will include new interviews with John Carpenter and Sandy King Carpenter, as well as a fresh installment of Sean Clark's Horror’s Hallowed Grounds.

Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates. In the meantime, we have official details from Scream Factory, as well as a look at the new cover art by Nathan Thomas Milliner.

From Scream Factory: "We have another classic Carpenter film to add to our already robust collection of the
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Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll Review – TV FX – Leary Nails TV. Again.

Once in a while, a show comes a long that blows you away, but is unfortunately difficult to describe. It isn’t that it’s taxing to try to convey what you appreciate about the effort, but that it’s actually hard to describe the show itself.

That may be a surprising statement, given that Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll has an official synopsis, was pitched, and has been and will be described countless times.

Sure, Denis Leary plays an aging rocker who never made it, and the series begins with him finding the daughter he never knew he had. The pull is that she sought him out so that he would write songs for her, because she wants to be famous, and he can’t afford to turn her down. Hilarity ensues.

That’s not what I mean.

Frankly, you have to appreciate the fact that it was probably one
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Soundtracks That Take Over The Film – Add Your Picks

I was recently forced to think about the connection between soundtracks and films, and when that relationship is taken to another level, and it moved me to create a list of some of the ones I think reach for the stars in this area.

But, I didn’t want to include those that are too obvious (though I probably did anyway), and for a very specific reason.

For example, I wasn’t interested in putting Once on the list, because really, why bother? Putting Once on the list is somehow to just repeat yourself. Pretty in Pink didn’t work either, because when your movie is a song on the soundtrack, well, you’re just telling us what’s up right there. Same with Eddie and the Cruisers. There’s probably plenty of them.

At any rate, I’ve got a list of soundtracks, and once I had it, I
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Songs on Screen: 'Streets of Fire's Lost Masterpiece 'I Can Dream About You'

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Songs on Screen: 'Streets of Fire's Lost Masterpiece 'I Can Dream About You'
Songs On Screen: All week HitFix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here. When we talk about underrated directors, it's hard not to mention Walter Hill. Hill is an underrated director, the way Michael Ritchie and Peter Yates were underrated directors, the way Roger Donaldson, Joe Dante, and Fred Schepisi are underrated directors. They’re all underrated because it’s only when you look at their filmographies that the numbers start to total up and you realize, boy, he directed a lot of really good movies. In Hill’s case, that list includes "The Warriors," "48 Hours," "The Long Riders," "Southern Comfort,: "Hard Times," "Trespass," and "Wild Bill." Some great. Some solid. (My personal favorite of those is Hard Times, a pulpy film about bare-knuckle boxers in the Great Depression.) There were clunkers
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Bad Boys for Life Trailer and Release Date

Joseph Baxter Oct 2, 2019

Bad Boys 3, billed as Bad Boys for Life, will see Will Smith and Martin Lawrence back together in January 2020.

Bad Boys 3 or Bad Boys for Life, has been, up until now, a long-kept secret. The difficulty, as producer Jerry Bruckheimer said back in summer 2013, centered on the task of reuniting its duo headlining personnel. Back then, he was "trying to find a hole in Will Smith's schedule."

Having finally overcome dilatory issues, the long-awaited threequel revives the popular buddy cop film franchise of 1995's Bad Boys and 2003's Bad Boys II, both of which were directed by Michael Bay. While he ultimately dropped out of directing the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence revival vehicle, he would be replaced by a duo of up-and-comers in Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah.

Now, Bad Boys for Life, the third film in the series is ready to once again ask the ever-pertinent question,
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‘Selma’ Star Wendell Pierce to Make Film Producing Debut With Racial Drama ‘Billy’ (Exclusive)

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‘Selma’ Star Wendell Pierce to Make Film Producing Debut With Racial Drama ‘Billy’ (Exclusive)
In his first foray in producing since winning a Tony Award for producing “Clybourne Park” on Broadway, “Selma” star Wendell Pierce has come on to produce the racial drama “Billy” with Jerry Leider (“The Jazz Singer”), TheWrap has learned. Writer-director Martin Davidson is behind the adaptation of author Albert French’s debut novel, which was published in 1995. Davidson is the filmmaker behind the cult classics “Eddie and the Cruisers” and “The Lords of Flatbush.” A “To Kill a Mockingbird”-esque drama set in 1947, “Billy” is an emotional roller-coaster that tells the story of how a small segregated town in Mississippi reacts.
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The 11 actors who’ve played Superman

Rob Leane Mike Cecchini Oct 11, 2016

From Kirk Alyn and George Reeves to Henry Cavill and Christopher Reeve, meet the men who have brought Superman to the screen...

Although Batman has had the most big screen versions of his character (more on that here), Superman surely holds the record for most re-castings once you add his vast television history into the equation. From Smallville to television musicals via Man Of Steel and old-school cinematic serials, The Big Blue Boy Scout sure has got around over the years.

Of course, the iconic Christopher Reeve holds the record for most filmic appearances, and remains to many film fans The Superman. Henry Cavill is surely after both of those accolades, even if the former seems the more likely goal.

While we wait for Cavill’s Supes to receive a post-Metropolis-levelling ass-whupping from Affleck’s Batman, then, let’s have a look at the actors
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William H. Macy's Directorial Debut Peaks with a Punk-Rock Version of "Wheels on the Bus"

William H. Macy's Directorial Debut Peaks with a Punk-Rock Version of
Of all the movie hybrids, William H. Macy's feature directorial debut, Rudderless, is among the strangest, combining plot elements of the schlocky 1980s rock 'n' roll franchise Eddie and the Cruisers with that of somber grieving dramas like We Need to Talk About Kevin. The result, despite a few stellar moments, is a not-quite-tragic-enough meditation on mourning and self-healing, crossed with a not-quite-gritty-enough portrait of indie rockers trying to break big. A fine Billy Crudup plays a once-successful businessman turned alcoholic, houseboat-dwelling recluse, shell-shocked after the sudden death of his college-aged singer-songwriter son. At a dying open mic-bar a local teen (Anton Yelchin, in nattering Jesse Eisenberg mode) sees Crudup's chara...
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ABC Reveals Fall Schedule And Previews New Shows

Now that it is just barely summer, it’s time for the networks to try their best to get you excited for fall television. ABC wants you to get excited for their schedule, and their new shows, and I’ve got some previews for you, as well as some initial thoughts.

I have to tell you, ABC is looking more and more strange as time goes on, and the overall efforts of the network really have to make you wonder. While there are some hints of interesting shows, and one or two that might turn into worthwhile vehicles, in the Eddie and the Cruisers world of television, ABC is Joe Pantoliano, clutching his tapes, and furiously blathering about the lunacy of not giving the idiotic public what they want, especially since they keep demanding it.

To that end, ABC has declared Thursday, Shonda Rhimes night, largely because someone apparently had
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It Came From 1980X: Radioactive Dreams aka Radioactive Wet Dreams of Sue Saad

Welcome back to a weekly installment on The Liberal Dead, It Came From 1980X. This column has been on hiatus because the world makes it impossible to enjoy creative endeavors without a certain ere of brilliant disastrous comedy. In short, having two kids, a day job, a wife and a mortgage means that every word you write must be matched with the equivalent inkwell of blood. I am absolutely ready to meet and greet you with open arms regarding the films of yesteryear from the late great nineteen-eighty-x. The X stands for anything I want, so let that be fair warning to you dearest reader. Today’s X is 1985, and the cinematic vision of the future post-nuke world is Radioactive Dreams. If you live in or around Philadelphia and regularly attend the Exhumed 24 Hour Horrorthon or Exfest or any of the Exhumed Films screenings than you know that this movie
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John Fallon's directorial debut The Shelter, starring Michael Pare wraps production!

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Michael Paré as Thomas Jacobs. Get out your party favors, hookers and champagne flutes, cuz we've got some celebrating to do! John Fallon aka The Arrow, founder of Arrow in the Head and his team have wrapped production on The Shelter in Louisiana on January 19th, 2014. The film is a supernatural thriller that stars veteran actor Michael Paré (The Lincoln Lawyer, Eddie and the Cruisers) along with Gayle James, Rachel Whittle, Brigette Rose, Anastasia Brook and Amy Wickenheiser. The film...
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Elton John “The Diving Board” Album Review

Words and music.

Not only did that recipe become Eddie Wilson’s reason for living in the 1983 film Eddie and the Cruisers, but it has also served as the modus operandi of Elton John and Bernie Taupin since initially joining forces back in 1969.

Their opening statement, Empty Sky, sowed the seeds of greatness early on despite not producing a single track worthy of revisiting. John was still flying by the seat of his pants artistically and Taupin had yet to find his comfort zone as a poet capable of synthesizing the static with the mercurial to create something truly profound.

Nonetheless, the potential was evident, and, by the next year, they would have a bona fide smash on their hands in the form of, Your Song, an immortal ballad that wears its emotions on its sleeve while Taupin’s protagonist professes love to someone who is destined to leave the
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