Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 48 (Interview with Ellen Adair from TRICK)

’31 Days of Horror’ continues with the Cinephellas Podcast . For this episode, Nile Fortner and actress Ellen Adair get their ghoul on to discuss Adair’s latest project, Trick. A Halloween flick following a masked killer who reappears every Halloween. Ellen Adair and Nile discuss the 1990s vibe of Trick and why Nile is willing to take Adair to a baseball game. Adair also discusses what it was like filming with Omar Epps, Jaime Kennedy, Tom Atkins, and more.

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“A no-nonsense detective tries to track down a serial killer named Trick, who is terrorizing a small town.”

Trick hits Theaters, On Digital, and On Demand – October 18, 2019

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Review – JOKER (2019) **31 Days of Horror**

By Kevin Muller

The most important thing a film can do is make you feel something.  Most of the time, we expect to walk out of the cinema feeling inspired or uplifted. That is fine, but certain films conjure certain feelings within us that are not always positive. The 1978 film, The Deer Hunter, was a bleak look at the mental anguish that war, specifically Vietnam, can have on former soldiers. One of the reasons it won best picture was because it took viewers on a journey where they encountered many types of emotions, mostly ones of horror, despair, and hopelessness. These are the same feelings you will face when watching Todd Phillip’s new film about the origins of the “Prince of Crime.” It isn’t a pleasurable experience, but a well-made one that really dives into the darkness of the character.

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A24 – Fall Preview 2019

The Death of Dick Long 

“Holy Crap. Dick is dead. Died last night after band practice, and his bandmates, Zeke & Earl (Michael Abbott, Jr. & Andre Hyland), don’t want anybody finding out how. That’s too bad though, ‘cause news travels fast in small town Alabama, and these guys suck at covering their tracks. The authorities haven’t ID’d the body just yet, but Zeke’s wife (Virginia Newcomb) and his daughter are suspicious already.”

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