**Official Trailer and Poster** ADVERSE – On Demand, Digital, and DVD March 9th

“Thomas Nicholas (“Red Band Society”) and Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler) star in this gritty, intense urban thriller about one man’s quest for revenge. Struggling to make ends meet, rideshare driver Ethan (Nicholas) learns his sister Mia is deep in debt to a sleazy drug dealer. When Mia goes missing, Ethan discovers that crime boss Kaden (Rourke) is behind the act, and to get close to him Ethan takes a job as Kaden’s driver. One by one Ethan hunts down members of Kaden’s crew to wreak bloody vengeance as he prepares to confront Kaden himself. The stellar cast also includes Lou Diamond Phillips, Sean Astin, and Penelope Ann Miller.”

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HUNTER HUNTER – Hitting Theaters, Digital, and VOD on December 18th!

HUNTER HUNTER follows a family living in the remote wilderness earning a living as fur trappers. Joseph Mersault (Devon Sawa), his wife Anne (Camille Sullivan), and their daughter Renée (Summer H. Howell) struggle to make ends meet and think their traps are being hunted by the return of a rogue wolf. Determined to catch the predator in the act, Joseph leaves his family behind to track the wolf. Anne and Renée grow increasingly anxious during Joseph’s prolonged absence and struggle to survive without him.  When they hear a strange noise outside their cabin, Anne hopes it is Joseph but instead finds a man named Lou (Nick Stahl), who has been severely injured and left for dead. The longer Lou stays and Joseph is away, the more paranoid Anne becomes, and the idea of a mysterious predator in the woods slowly becomes a threat much closer to home.

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 79 (Interview with Adrian Glynn McMorran)

In the thriller/sci-fi film, Volition, a clairvoyant tries to change his fate when he sees his own murder. The mind-bending adventure directed by Tony Dean Smith forces viewers to face their greatest fears and life choices. In this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner and Volition star, Adrian Glynn McMorran, talk about the movie and Adrian Glynn McMorran’s career. Nile and Adrian discuss the style behind the film and being inspired by Christopher Nolan. They also discuss how Adrian balances his music and movie career, how cinema might change post-COVID, and more on this podcast episode.

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 52 (Interview with Adam Egypt Mortimer)

An imaginary friend takes a violent turn in horror-thriller director Adam Egypt Mortimer’s, Daniel Isn’t Real. Luke, played by Miles Robbins, is a troubled college student who resurrects his imaginary friend Daniel, played by Patrick Schwarzenneger. Daniel Isn’t Real gives viewers an eerie look at their inner selves and this trippy thriller shines a light on the power of choice. In this interview for the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner talks with Mortimer about what it’s like adapting the book, his inspirations such as The Exorcist and Fight Club, and more.

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In Theaters, On Digital, and On Demand December 6th

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 25 (Interview with Trench 11 Director Leo Scherman)

by Logan Myerz

Halloween is around the corner and the horror genre is making a giant comeback with many independent films being released to larger theaters across the world. From the general consensus, horror is here to stay with many films and TV Shows using nostalgic elements to draw the audience in and never let them go. What makes these types of films compelling is the thought process, direction, practical effects, and originality. As a huge fan of this genre, I also really appreciate newer concepts and incorporating factual events into a film that will set itself apart from other movies that play it safe.

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Summer of ’84 – Review & Interview with Graham Verchere

‘Summer of ’84’ Is a Splash of Brilliant B-Movie Nostalgia

by Nile Fortner

Even though I wasn’t born yet, I know that 1984 was a fantastic year that gave us classics that would later go on to become classic nostalgia. The year 1984 gave us a Schwarzenegger as a futuristic killing-machine cyborg hunting down anyone named Sarah Connor in The Terminator. The year 1984 also taught us that Gremlins can’t get wet, Molly Ringwald was the O.G. red-head babe before Jessica Chastain (sorry Jessica), and that counting after “five and six you better grab your crucifix” before a red-and-green striped sweater wearing serial killer haunts your dreams.

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