Daredevil: First Trailer

With Marvel's Daredevil hitting Netflix in (Ultra High Definition 4K) style come April 10th, we finally get to have an intriguing glimpse at The Man With No Fear on the small screen in the first full trailer of the much-anticipated 13-episode TV miniseries.
Daredevil: First Trailer

Spider-Man Joins Marvel Cinematic Universe

Excelsior! It's official! Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is swinging into Marvel Cinematic Universe, as confirmed in an official announcement by Marvel and Sony Pictures.
Spider-Man Joins Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: First Look

Based on the classic espionage TV series of the same name first broadcast in 1963, British film-maker Guy Ritchie is back with The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and we have our First Look at the film courtesy of the release of its debut trailer by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: First Look

Unfriended: First Look

This Valentine's Day, we embraced ourselves with some fitting horror courtesy of Unfriended, the upcoming found footage horror film conceived and produced by Timur Bekmambetov and blessed with one hell of a novelty concept which allows its trailer some pretty awesome treatments.
Unfriended: First Look

Crimson Peak: First Look

"Horror has a new locale."* * Not an official tag line of Crimson Peak. But you get the idea, and we get a First Look at Guillermo del Toro's much-anticipated horror film with the release of its debut trailer this Undead Monday.
Crimson Peak: First Look

Jason Momoa's Aquaman: First Look

Unite the Seven. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has a new tagline, as announced with this awesome unveil of our First Look at Jason Momoa's Aquaman.
Jason Momoa's Aquaman: First Look

The Lazarus Effect: Final Preview - Undead Monday

With The Lazarus Effect opening this weekend, we take a Final Look at the horror film with a new riff on 1990's Flatliners and starring Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass, and Donald Glover this Undead Monday.
The Lazarus Effect: Final Preview - Undead Monday

WATCH Power/Rangers

Fans of the Power Rangers, regardless if it's the Americanised Mighty Morphin version or the original Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai? Brace yourself then for Power/Ranger, an ultra-dark R-rated short "bootleg" film brought to you by producer Adi Shankar.
WATCH Power/Rangers

WATCH Power/Rangers

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Fans of the Power Rangers, regardless if it's the Americanised Mighty Morphin version or the original Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai? Brace yourself then for Power/Ranger, an ultra-dark R-rated short "bootleg" film brought to you by producer Adi Shankar. 



Here at The Daily Zombies, we are obviously huge fans of Adi Shankar, the American film-maker who have in the past brought us high quality "bootleg" short films (such as The Punisher: Dirty Laundry with director Phul Joanou and Thomas Jane, Venom: Truth in Journalism with 
writer/director Joe Lynch and Ryan Kwanten, and the animated six-episode mini-series, Judge Dredd: Superfiend), having covered all of the above previously. But we might just be on the verge of the biggest and boldest bootleg short film produced by Shankar ever: Lo and behold, the ultra-dark R-rated version of the Power Rangers.

Produced by Shankar, directed by Joseph Kahn and featuring Katee Sackoff and James Van Der BeekPower/Ranger came from Shankar's compelling realisation that the high school kids ("teenagers with attitude" as they called them in the Saban Entertainment's Mighty Morphin version) recruited to fight in an intergalactic war they have nothing to do with are literally "child soldiers" are going to have PTSD and living the "most fucked-up lives". Fair point. And we must add, even greater execution, after we check out the entire 14-minute short film. If you are still hesitating by this point on giving away fourteen minutes of your life you can't get back, check out this GIF to whet your appetite.



Dead yet? Then without further ado, check out Power/Ranger right below. 




And here's a clip released simultaneously by Shankar entitled "Why Bootleg The Power Rangers" where Shankar explains precisely that. For the record, this is not a pitch.




And just so you know, Lionsgate Films is currently working on a new film adaptation of the material with the scheduled release date of July 22nd, 2016. And there is no chance in hell you will get to witness a grim and gritty approach to the Power Rangers.  

For more on the short, you can check out Kahn's interview with Hitfix as he explains why this dark vision of the material can only work in this short, 14-minute format as opposed to a full-blown feature film.


WATCH Big Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Orange Pants)

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No, no, no, Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman certainly won big last night at the 87th Academy Awards but we are talking about the hilarious Birdman parody featuring Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who played Big Bird since 1969.  



Last night at the 87th Academy Awards, Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman overcame its greatest nemesis in Richard Linklater's Boyhood and took home four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Screenplay. So without a shadow of a doubt, it was the Biggest winner in the entire awards season. But is it as big as the Big Bird?


Of course, we are talking about Sesame Street's resident eight-foot two-inch (249 cm) tall bright primrose-yellow bird, the one and only Big Bird performed by American puppeteer Caroll Spinney since 1969. 

In Big Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Orange Pants), a hilarious yet thoroughly clever short parody of Birdman, Caroll Spinney is in the very same zen-like state of self-doubt like Michael Keaton in the film with visions of his influential big yellow alter ego speaking to him everywhere he go. Big Bird asks, "How did we get here? How do we get to Sesame Street?" 

Well, we all know the answer to that last one. Check out the cool clip made in the exact faux one-take cinematography right below.




The Lazarus Effect: Final Preview - Undead Monday

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With The Lazarus Effect opening this weekend, we take a Final Look at the horror film with a new riff on 1990's Flatliners and starring Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass, and Donald Glover this Undead Monday. 




Set to be released this weekend by Relativity Studio, The Lazarus Effect is interestingly a throwback to the Joel Schumacher's 1990 horror thriller, Flatliner. 

In Flatliner, we have a group of young medical students led by Kiefer Sutherland experimenting the after death and as fate (and horror film logic) would have it, this brilliant idea naturally led to disaster. Written by Luke Dawson and Jeremy Slater and directed by David Gelb, The Lazarus Effect depicts the misadventures of a group of young medical students meddling with methods to bring the dead back to life. Just so you get our point.

Anyway, being a product of the Millennials, The Lazarus Effect is more than a throwback to a single 90s horror film. When one of the medical students is inadvertently electrocuted to death during the experiments, ever the brilliant human beings that these protagonists are, they revived her using the unproven and naturally unorthodox method. And any movie buffs will know by now that we are referring to 1989's Pet Sematary, where reviving the dead always comes with deadly consequences. 

Now that you basically know how this will go down, perhaps the participation of Olivia Wilde, Donald Glover and Mark Duplass can entice you further for this horror film that generally have all the tropes in place.

If you are still in doubt over checking out The Lazarus Effect come this Friday, perhaps you can check out the following trailers and featurettes to see if it works for you.




The second trailer entitled "Phases".



Featurettes for the film.




Here's the poster for the film.


Here are the official promo images released for the film.





Here's the official synopsis for the film:

THE LAZARUS EFFECT follows a group of researchers led by Frank (Mark Duplass) and his fiancée Zoe (Olivia Wilde,) who’ve achieved the unimaginable – bringing the dead back to life.  After a successful, yet unsanctioned, trial on a newly deceased animal, the team is ready to unveil their breakthrough to the world. When the dean of their university learns of their underground experiments, their project is unexpectedly shut down and their materials confiscated.

Frank, Zoe and their team (Donald Glover, Sarah Bolger and Evan Peters) take matters into their own hands, launching a rogue attempt to recreate their experiment, during which things go terribly wrong and one of their own, Zoe, is horrifically killed. Fueled by terror and grief, Frank pushes them to do the unthinkable: attempt to resurrect their first human test subject.


Initially, the procedure appears a success, but the team soon realizes something is wrong with Zoe. As her strange new persona reveals itself, the team quickly becomes stuck in a gruesome reality. They are no longer faced with the question of whether they can bring someone back to life- but rather, the wrath of her return.

The Lazarus Effect is slated to open on February 27, 2015.




WATCH Fingers Bloody Fingers starring Tommy Iommi of Black Sabbath

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Brace yourself for the secret origins of Heavy Metal itself with this awe-inspiring animated short film conjured by VH1 Classic to commemorate the 67th birthday of Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath. 




Last Thursday (19th February) marked the 67th birthday of Anthony Frank "Tony" Iommi, the lead guitarist of Black Sabbath who is well-regarded by most music historians and metalheads everywhere as one of the founding fathers of Heavy Metal itself. To commemorate the event, VH1 Classic conjured an animated short entailing the tragic industrial accident that motivated Iommi to his legendary career and in a nutshell, created Heavy Metal.

While the tale behind Iommi's baptism of fire is pretty much one of the most famous parables amongst music historians and metalheads, the animated short aptly entitled "Fingers Bloody Fingers" is a cool animation complete with the narration of Iommi himself. As the first part of VH1's new online animated series entitled "The Complete History of Heavy Metal", check out the clip right below.



And if you are having streaming issues with the VH1 clip, here's the YouTube version of the clip.


Mad Max: Fury Road - International Trailer & New Image

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It is no secret that we were gleefully stunned by what we witnessed in the first full trailer of Mad Max: Fury Road. Here to give us more of the same (though still noticeably different), an international trailer for the Japanese market has been released. 




Released late December, the first trailer of George Miller's upcoming post-apocalyptic sci-fi action thriller, Mad Max: Fury Road totally run us all over with its sheer awesomeness. earning our collective appreciation so much that we called it the Trailer of the Year 2014. In a year where we saw the release of amazing trailer releases for the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Avengers: Age of Ultron, this certainly is no small feat.

Here to rekindle our admiration and anticipation for Miller's return to the franchise he created following a hiatus of almost three decades, an International trailer for the Japanese market has been released. Essentially the same batshit insanely awesome trailer but significantly shorter with a fair bit of new footage, Japanese subtitles, it is interesting to note that in an earlier interview with Hero Complex during last year's Warner Bros. Pictures' Comic-Con panel, Miller paraphrased the inimitable Alfred Hitchcock and mentioned how he wanted Fury Road to be understood in Japan without the use of subtitles. 

Check out the trailer below and see if you can comprehend the plot without any aid of audio (or even better, if you are Japanese, see if you can follow without looking at the subtitles).


Here's a new official image that was released recently.


And here's the official synopsis for the film:

Haunted by his turbulent past, Mad Max believes the best way to survive is to wander alone. Nevertheless, he becomes swept up with a group fleeing across the Wasteland in a War Rig driven by an elite Imperator, Furiosa. They are escaping a Citadel tyrannized by the Immortan Joe, from whom something irreplaceable has been taken. Enraged, the Warlord marshals all his gangs and pursues the rebels ruthlessly in the high-octane Road War that follows.

“Mad Max: Fury Road”—the fourth in the franchise’s history—stars Tom Hardy (“The Dark Knight Rises”) in the title role, alongside Oscar winner Charlize Theron (“Monster,” “Prometheus”) as the Imperator, Furiosa. The film also stars Nicholas Hoult (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”) as Nux; Hugh Keays-Byrne (“Mad Max”, “Sleeping Beauty”) as Immortan Joe; and Nathan Jones (“Conan the Barbarian”) as Rictus Erectus. Collectively known as The Wives, Zoë Kravitz (“Divergent”) plays Toast, Riley Keough (“Magic Mike”) is Capable, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (“Transformers: Dark of the Moon”) is Splendid. They are joined by supermodel Abbey Lee as The Dag and Courtney Eaton as Fragile, both of whom are making their big screen debuts. Also featured in the movie are Josh Helman as Slit, Jennifer Hagan as Miss Giddy, and singer/songwriter/performer iOTA as Coma-Doof Warrior. The cast is rounded out by well-known Australian actors John Howard and Richard Carter, supermodel Megan Gale, Angus Sampson, Joy Smithers, Gillian Jones, Melissa Jaffer and Melita Jurisic.

Mad Max: Fury Road is currently scheduled to open on May 15, 2015.


Jason Momoa's Aquaman: First Look

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Unite the Seven. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has a new tagline, as announced with this awesome unveil of our First Look at Jason Momoa's Aquaman.  


As far as Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is concerned, we have had our First Look at Ben Affleck's Batman and his trusty Batmobile as well as Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman last year. While everyone is aware that DC's Trinity will all be featured in the film, we also knew for a fact that Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher will also appeared in the film as Aquaman and Cyborg, respectively. With the incredibly crowded cast, it has been much speculated that Aquaman and Cyborg will only making a cameo in the film which is why we never actually expected Warner Bros. Pictures to unveil any official first look image of both characters that are expected to play meatier roles in the upcoming two-part Justice League film set to be helmed by Snyder as well.

Until few hours ago.

Similar to how the full Batmobile is unveiled back in last September, Zack Snyder has taken to his Twitter account to release a cool new look of Jason Momoa's take of Arthur Curry, AKA Aquaman. Without further ado, check out the cool image right below (click on it to view in hi-res).







Too dark and gloomy from the original orange-and-green color palette that we are familiar with? Without a doubt. But all things considered, you have to agree that this is no surprise, given how it is staying firmly in line with the muted tone of Henry Cavill's Superman, Ben Affleck's Batman, and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman. Nevertheless, the fusion design combining the scaled armor with scaled tattoos is certainly a creative touch while the trident and the "A" insignia on the belt buckle are throwbacks at the original design. In addition, the new tagline of "Unite the Seven" is a play of word particularly for Aquaman, for his quest to unite the seven seas as the King of Atlantis, as well as the union of the seven superheroes in the Justice League.

A follow-up to Snyder's 2013 film Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice features returning stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, and Diane Lane reprising their roles in the first film, while including Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons as Alfred, as well as Holly Hunter, Callan Mulvey, and Tao Okamoto. The film is set to release in theaters on 25th March 2016.


Neill Blomkamp's Alien Confirmed

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It is now official. The next Alien film (that is not part of Prometheus) will be directed by none other than Neill Blomkamp. 


Earlier last month, we pondered over the eventual course of the Alien film franchise when concept art images of a proposed new take on the material conjured by Neill Blomkamp were released online by the celebrated South African-Canadian film-maker. While we eventually came to the conclusion of the "could have, would have" nature of what seems to be a genuinely cool new take of the franchise, little do we truly understand how wrong we got.

Because few hours ago, Blomkamp, in his typical manner, made this stunning announcement via his Instagram. 

A photo posted by Brownsnout (@neillblomkamp) on

Indeed, lo and behold, the director for the long-gestated fifth chapter of the seminal sci-fi epic film series has been announced and we can now only imagine the powers of the online community. By sheer fan enthusiasm in response to Blomkamp's release of the concept art images, the unthinkable has taken place: Backed by Ridley Scott's Scott Free Production in collaboration with 20th Century Fox, the new Alien film will also be produced by Scott with the setting taken place many years after the events of Prometheus 2. 

With the imagery of the concept art still vivid in our memory, we are pretty certain that the road to Alien 5 will be an intriguing one. Sigourney Weaver returning to the franchise as Ripley, and Michael Biehn back as Hicks? Sign us up already.

DRINK Right Hand Of Doom, the Limited Edition Hellboy Beer

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What better way to ring in the Year of the Goat then to drink yourself silly with Right Hand Of Doom, the Limited Edition Hellboy Beer? 




While 23rd February may already be the fifth day of the Year of the Goat, it certainly is never too late to celebrate the Year of the Goat by having yourself an awesome beer with an amazing theme the likes of the Right Hand Of Doom, the Limited Edition Hellboy Beer. 

Conjured to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Mike Mignola's popular Dark Horse Comics character in partnership with microbrewery Rogues Ales, the Right Hand of Doom is (of course) a limited edition red ale that will be available online come 23rd February. If you happen to be hanging around in Rogue Ale's homestate of Oregon, you can pick up the beer in person at the Portland comic book store, Things From Another World on this coming Friday (20th February), complete with a signing session with Mignola. For everyone else, you can pre-order it online at Rogue Ales' website.

Featuring art by Mignola on the packaging of the beer bottle, Mignola have the following to say on the unique celebration:

“When Dark Horse Comics published the first Hellboy story 21 years ago, I never thought there’d be a Hellboy beer. But I really can’t imagine a better time for Rogue to introduce the Right Hand of Doom beer. If Hellboy was real I guess he’d finally be able to buy me a beer.”

Meanwhile, Mike Richardson, President of Dark Horse Comics, remarked with the following:

“Hellboy has appeared in graphic novels and comic books, prose novels, two animated features, two live action films, toy lines and all manner of merchandise. Rogue Ales approached us with the idea of creating a heavy-handed, supernatural red ale and we loved the idea of two independent, Portland based companies coming together to create something new that would be both fun for fans and worthy of the Mike Mignola’s creative legacy.”

And from Brett Joyce, President of Rogue Ales:

“This beer is dedicated to the B.P.R.D.  RIGHT HAND OF DOOM is brewed with all the same passion and intensity that Mike Mignola and Dark Horse have brought to Hellboy for the past 21 years.”

Here's the cover art for the package and how the beer bottle looked.




Harry Potter by Khoa Ho & Hero Complex Gallery

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A magical rendition of your favorite Harry Potter characters awaits courtesy of Poster Posse artist Khoa Ho


We last checked out the works of Poster Posse artist Khoa Ho with his cool tribute to Batman: The Animated Series. Today, we just learnt that in collaboration with Los Angeles' Hero Complex GalleryHo has just unleashed his new project with a series of prints for the cinematic renditions of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter book series just yesterday. And as luck would have it and expectedly so, these prints are all sold out by now.

In the artist's own words:

This is a continuation of my mighty mini series with Hero Complex Gallery. Harry Potter has had such a huge impact to millions of people around the world. My tribute highlights the four main characters Harry, Ron, Hermione and he who must not be named with some of the iconic imagery from the series. This is my small part in keeping the magic alive and well.

Check out the entire set right below (and you may want to click on the links to check out more details on the prints but do bear in mind that all prints in the set have been sold out).

$20





By Khoa Ho 
12″ x 12″  Each
$65


Crimson Peak: First Look

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"Horror has a new locale."*

* Not an official tag line of Crimson Peak.

But you get the idea, and we get a First Look at Guillermo del Toro's much-anticipated horror film with the release of its debut trailer this Undead Monday. 





Here at The Daily Zombies, the career of acclaimed Mexican film-maker Guillermo del Toro has been well-chronicled. Ever the prolific creator particularly with the fantasy/horror genre, del Toro is perhaps most recognised for his diverse works in both the supernatural/superhero hero films with Hellboy, his cinematic adaptation of Mike Mignola's renowned superhero, as well as his gothic horror drama films in 2001's The Devil's Backbone and 2006's Pan's Labyrinth. Those who are familiar with these films will also be quick to identify their essential differences apart from their varying genre. Indeed, those more entertaining films of del Toro tend to be in English while his more art-house inclined films are in his native Spanish. And this precisely where del Toro's upcoming horror film gets interesting.

Crimson Peak is in English, with a stellar Hollywood cast unprecedented in any del Toro's film with the likes of Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, and Charlie Hunnam. Intended as a throwback to classic horror, Crimson Peak is described as a gothic horror romance with a horror house at the center of it all. How apt it is then that Universal and Legendary Pictures unleashed the first wave of marketing for the film set to be released in October on Valentine's Day.

With Wasikowska naturally generating a vibe of the classical Victorian thanks to her numerous acclaimed runs of classical films set in the era (for example, the brilliant Jane Eyre), del Toro benefitted with the casting with a very involved female protagonist taking the audience on a bloody creepy journey into the terrible eponymous locale. One thing is certain: This is the most anticipated horror film for us here at The Daily Zombies.

Check out the trailer right below. 

 

Here's the first poster of the film.




And here are some of the official images from the film.












Here's the official synopsis of the film.


Legendary Pictures’ CRIMSON PEAK, a co-production with Universal Pictures, is a haunting gothic horror story directed by the master of dark fairy tales, Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy series, Pacific Rim), written by del Toro and Matthew Robbins and starring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam.  In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider.  Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds…and remembers.  Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, del Toro and Callum Greene produce, and Jillian Share executive produces.

Featuring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, and Charlie Hunnam, Crimson Peak is currently scheduled to be released on 16th October 2015. 



WATCH The John Wick Kill Counter

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Think you are the biggest fan of Chad Stahelski and David Leitch's John Wick down to every single bloody details? The John Wick Kill Counter video clip is here to test your mettle. 




While we here at The Daily Zombies don't quite actually regard Chad Stahelski and David Leitch's John Wick as quite the revival of Keanu Reeves' career as many perceived (to us, Keanu is still a relatively huge star that didn't exactly faint away in the industry), we still thought it is a refreshingly entertaining though flawed action thriller.

Easily the most enticing element of the film would be the stylistic yet thoroughly crisp action sequences imbued with an effortless, kinetic vibe conjured by Stahelski and Leitch, both long-time partners from  87eleven, one of the most well-established action design/development team. Here to give us a recap of the essence of the film, YouTube user Nick DiNizio has produced a clip condensing every single kill by the titular character and it certainly is action movie bliss as you count down Wick's kills one by one. Obviously spoiler-rific, this clip is strictly not for those who have seen the film yet.

Check out the cool clip right below.



Here's the official synopsis of the film.


An ex-hitman comes out of retirement to track down the gangsters that took everything from him. With New York City as his bullet-riddled playground, JOHN WICK (Keanu Reeves) is a fresh and stylized take on the “assassin genre”.

Also featuring Michael Nyqvist, Alfie Allen, Adrianne Palicki, Dean Winters, Bridget Moynahan, Ian McShane, John Leguizmo and Willem DafoeJohn Wick is now available on Blu-ray.

Unfriended: First Look

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This Valentine's Day, we embraced ourselves with some fitting horror courtesy of Unfriended, the upcoming found footage horror film conceived and produced by Timur Bekmambetov and blessed with one hell of a novelty concept which allows its trailer some pretty awesome treatments.  




No jetpack. No floating skateboard. We are now living in a time of warring social medias and information explosion with the continued advancement of the social network and technology crawling inwards rather than outwards with the NASA project in the dust. But what's truly important (and scary at that) is the fact that pretty much everyone is fine with that. Connectivity is now part of the survival plan if mankind endeavors to move on. 

Along came Unfriended, an upcoming supernatural horror film conceived and produced by Timur Bekmambetov, the Kazakh film-maker who previously brought us the Night Watch films, the live-action adaptation of Mark Millar's Wanted, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Quite the fantasy/horror/action cinematic body of work, we must agree. But the point here is really the high concept of the film previously known under its working title of Offline and originally had its world premiere at the 2014 Fantasia Festival as Cybernatural. 


Covering a very timely subject that you (since you are here reading this piece) will find to be uncomfortably realistic: Online bullying. Without a shadow of a doubt, we have seen irresponsible comments of all shapes and sizes all over the internet from those that are just flat-out dumbly obscene (or obscenely dumb) to those with misdirected political/racial agendas (you can check out this cool satire of the actual situation by the talented folks at Saturday Night Live for a good illustration of that). In the film, a high school girl was publicly shamed online when video footage of her drunk antics were anonymously posted. The internet name-calling campaign went viral and the victim takes her own life few days later in a video that was also posted online too. On the anniversary of her suicide, her old internet account was reactivated to infiltrate an online chat group filled with her old high school friends to determine who posted these videos. Of course, things go from bad to worse in the unknown intruder's quest for truth as the truth behind some of these friends are unveiled.


To add more intrigue to the film, Unfriended is presented in the noticeably overused found footage format, which means that the film will be hauntingly familiar for all internet dwellers going about their usual routine of online multi-tasking and casual reading/searching of noteworthy brain juices. Shaped to provide an intriguing look at the colossal damage of an unhinged social media attack, creep yourself out by checking out the trailer right below. 

 

Here are the first posters of the film.


The first poster bearing its original title, Cybernatural.


And here are some of the official images from the film.








Here's the official synopsis of the film.

Ushering in a new era of horror, Universal Pictures’ Unfriended unfolds over a teenager’s computer screen as she and her friends are stalked by an unseen figure who seeks vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself a year earlier.

After Universal executives saw a test screening of Unfriended terrify a test audience, the studio acquired the thriller that was developed and conceived by visionary filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov (Wanted, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter). Directed by Levan Gabriadze, Unfriended is written by Levan Gabriadze and produced by Bekmambetov and Greaves, as well as Jason Blum for Blumhouse Productions (Ouija and Paranormal Activity, The Purge and Insidious series).

Featuring Shelley Hennig, Moses Jacob Storm, Renee Olstead, Will Peltz, Jacob Wysocki, Courtney Halverson,Heather SossamanUnfriended is currently scheduled to be released on April 17th, 2015. 



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WATCH Power/Rangers

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WATCH Power/Rangers

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Feb-25-2015

WATCH Big Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Orange Pants)

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Feb-24-2015

Mad Max: Fury Road - International Trailer & New Image

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Feb-21-2015

Jason Momoa's Aquaman: First Look

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Feb-20-2015

Neill Blomkamp's Alien Confirmed

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Feb-19-2015

DRINK Right Hand Of Doom, the Limited Edition Hellboy Beer

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Feb-18-2015

Facebook of the Dead

Death Toll Or Rather Lack Thereof...

decaying walking corpses, compelled by their unshakably irresistible hunger for human flesh, had gotten their daily fix of brain tissue. Want some?

Undead United