HORROR R RABID GRANNIES (1989) - Heavily edited (at least here in the States) but still outrageous horror-comedy from Belgium. A group of relatives gather at the ... 04/27/2016 - 2:57 am | View Website
Captain America: Civil War star Anthony Mackie will play attorney Johnnie Cochran in a film based on a 1981 police brutality case.
The currently untitled film follows Cochran—who represented O. J. Simpson in the infamous murder trial—on the 1981 Signal Hill police brutality case, Variety reported.
The film, which is based on real life events, centers on the "highly publicized" police brutality case that was brought to light after a college student died in police custody.
Dallas Buyers Club producer Robbie Brenner will produce alongside Mackie.
Fans of the beloved STAR TREK series seem to have no reason to worry, as it appears that Paramount may be getting ready to bring us back for more. The studio appears to have already begun to lay the foundation for STAR TREK 4, a few months before Star Trek Beyond releases this upcoming summer.
Note: Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
The opening scene of "One Hundred Years" set the tone for a seriously creepy and captivating episode, as two of the Messengers coldly murdered a young couple in 1944 just so they could gain access to a party and commit another murder. The way the female killer appeared in the mirror behind her unsuspecting victim and then smiled and danced a little afterward seemed very Manson Family--must be a death cult thing.
Whatever they're doing in the past, it's seriously affecting the space-time continuum, which is "collapsing", which does not sound good.
Last week, the hosts ofÂ horror podcast Killer POV surprised their listeners by declaringÂ that the most recent edition of theÂ much belovedÂ GeekNation show would also be the last. ButÂ it was announced today that, like one of thoseÂ seemingly unkillableÂ terror tale psychos,Â the three-presenter
Adam Driver plays a bus driver named Paterson who lives in Paterson, New Jersey in the new movie "Paterson." (Try saying that five times fast.) Jim Jarmusch wrote and directed the film, which is set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this month. Ahead of its unveiling, three new clips from the drama co-starring Golshifteh Farahani, Kara Hayward and Sterling Jerins are now available for your viewing pleasure.
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In the first, Paterson speaks to a woman at a bar about the fact this his name is indeed Paterson — you can tell this is a conversation he's had many times in the past.