Ridley Scott (filmmaker & executive producer) discusses how truth wrestles with fiction in bringing The Terror to life on television.
The cast and creators examine why Sir John Franklin, Capt. Francis Crozier and Capt. James Fitzjames were the “astronauts of their day.” Don’t miss the two-hour series premiere, Monday, March 26 at 9/8c.
“The film picks up 25 years after the events of the 1993 original, which found a maniacal Leprechaun doing whatever it takes (including committing gruesome murder) to track down his stolen pot of gold. Leprechaun Returns finds the leprechaun revived in the modern day when a group of sorority girls unwittingly awaken him while tearing down a cabin to build a new sorority house.”
The film stars Linden Porco as The Leprechaun along with Taylor Spreitler, Pepi Sonuga, Sai Bennett, Emily Rei, Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins and Ben McGregor. Mark Holton will return as Ozzie from the original movie. It’s written by Suzanne Keilly (Ash vs Evil Dead).
Are you excited for this new film in the Leprechaun franchise?
Directed by: Damien Leone
Release date: March 27, 2018
On their way home from partying, Tara (Jenna Kanell) and Dawn (Catherine Corcoran) cross paths with a mysterious clown on Halloween night. What begins as a seemingly innocent encounter soon takes a turn for the worse as the clown’s playful antics become the prelude to something much more terrifying: The stranger is a sadistic madman named Art the Clown who murders everyone in his path. A gruesome game of cat and mouse ensues as the women take refuge in an abandoned warehouse, becoming the maniac’s latest target. Who will make it out alive and what will be left of them?
After a worldwide epidemic, most of the planet’s population is killed. Only a few thousand have survived and are struggling to find food and shelter. But they’re not alone: They have to hide from strange creatures that go hunting at night. Juliette, a young woman whose life has taught her to handle things on her own, is the only one in her group to have the guts to go anywhere near cities to find food. But on her way back to the camp one afternoon, she loses control as she’s driving. She wakes up upside down, stuck in her car with a broken leg, in the middle of the desert, and it’s nighttime.
For horror film fans, Halloween is the highlight of the year, an excuse to dress up as your favourite creature, watch a marathon of scary movies and generally prat around in character. It’s a long time between Octobers, however, and if you’re on the lookout for a mid-year fix of fear, then you need look no further than the Friday the 13th Camp at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco.
I was going to write a post about the Winchester Mystery House this month, since the movie came out and people tend to think “based on a true story” means that it’s closer to fact than fiction. But two very thorough articles were published about it, and they say it better than I could. So I present to you: