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The horror of Halloween season is upon us… Grab your Fest Friends and get ready for HELL FEST
Childhood best friends Natalie (Amy Forsyth) and Brooke (Reign Edwards) are running for their lives! Their reunion was meant to be a fun time for all, especially for the young women and their boyfriends. Because it's Halloween, they have chosen to visit a traveling attraction filled with rides, games and mazes.
New poster and featurette for the upcoming HELL FEST
VOX LUX To Strike A Chord This Awards Season
After acquiring the Natalie Portman-Jude Law music drama Vox Lux out of TIFF, NEON is giving the Brady Corbet-directed movie an awards season push with a limited release on Dec. 7.
HELL FEST Images Set a Serial Killer Loose in a Halloween Haunt
If you’ve ever been to a Halloween haunt, you’ve probably thought about what you’d do if suddenly the nightmares around you became real. Such is the setup for Hell Fest, the new horror pic from CBS Films and Lionsgate that’s set to hit theaters just in time for Halloween season.
Amy Forsyth Screams Her Lungs Out in This Terrifying HELL FEST Clip
Amy Forsyth stars as one member of a group of friends who get more than they bargained for when they roll up to an amusement park's annual night of scares and bump into a serial killer for whom Hell Fest is not the attraction – it is a hunting ground.
HELL FEST comes to life at theme park Six Flags
The new horror film HELL FEST, opening wide on September 28th in the US, follows a group of friends heading to a theme park that soon becomes a bloody night of terror when a masked serial killer turns it into his own personal playground.
VOX LUX will be at Venice and Toronto film festivals
The film VOX LUX, starring Natalie PORTMAN (“Black Swan”) and Jude LAW (“Talented Mr. Ripley”) and directed by Brady Corbet (“The Childhood of a Leader”) will compete at the 75th Venice Film Festival, which runs August 29th to September 8th and will be part of the Special Presentations at the Toronto International Film Festival, from September 6th to the 16th.
HUMAN FLOW has been announced as a Documentary finalist for the Humanitas Prize
Humanitas is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting writers and this award honors film and television writers whose work explores the human condition in a nuanced, meaningful way.
Salma Hayek Battles Injustices in First Trailer for ‘Beatriz at Dinner’
Directed by Miguel Arteta (“Youth In Revolt“), and penned by his “Chuck & Buck” and “The Good Girl” collaborator Mike White, the film tells the story of Beatriz (Salma Hayek), an immigrant from a poor town in Mexico, who has drawn on her innate kindness to build a career as a health practitioner in Los Angeles.
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