**Official Trailer** OPHELIA starring Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts – In Theaters June 28th

Set in the 14th Century but spoken in a contemporary voice, OPHELIA is a dynamic re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Ophelia (Daisy Ridley) takes center stage as Queen Gertrude’s (Naomi Watts) most trusted lady-in-waiting. Beautiful and intelligent, she soon captures the attention of the handsome Prince Hamlet (George MacKay) and a forbidden love blossoms. As war brews, lust and betrayal are tearing Elsinore Castle apart from within and Ophelia must decide between her true love or her own life in order to protect a very dangerous secret.

In Theaters – June 28, 2019

Available On Demand and Digital – July 3, 2019

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 29 (Interview with Jonathan Bennett )

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, we interviewed Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls, Cake Wars, Cheaper By The Dozen 2) about his role in the new horror film, ‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate. ‘ The film hit theaters and On Demand on April 5th!

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Skyline Entertainment Sets Release Date for “The Amityville Murders”

Skyline Entertainment has set a date for the North American release of the highly anticipated horror film The Amityville Murders from writer/director Daniel Farrands. The film stars John Robinson (“Elephant”), Chelsea Ricketts (“Crooked Arrows”), Diane Franklin (“Better Off Dead”), Paul Ben-Victor (“Daredevil”), Lainie Kazan (“My Big Fat Greek Wedding”) and Burt Young (“Rocky”).  Skyline Entertainment will release the film in theaters, VOD and Digital HD on Feb. 8, 2019.

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Official Trailer Premiere!! – STATE LIKE SLEEP

“One year after her husband’s (Michiel Huisman) untimely death, a young widow (Katherine Waterston) receives an unsettling phone call that forces her to revisit the past.”

Directed and Written By

Meredith Danluck

Starring

Katherine Waterston, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Michael Huisman, Mary Kay Place

In Theaters – January 4, 2019

On Digital and On Demand – January 1, 2019

Sleep No More (2018) – Interview with Keli Price

Keli Price Talks a Life in Film, Making a Difference Through Art, and Sleep No More

Keli Price

Headshot Courtesy of KeliPrice.com

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

The best acting roles are those that allow artists to build on the best parts of their personalities to develop authentic characters. The characters that develop are more relatable and strengthen the projects to which they contribute. Keli Price (Side Effects) relies on his own resilient drive and determination to portray Joe, the leader of a graduate student cohort performing a sleep study under dubious ethical circumstances, in the horror film Sleep No More. I had a chance to talk with Keli about his creative approach and making the film ahead of its October 2nd release on DVD ($27.97), VOD, and digital platforms.

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Housewife (2017) – Interview with David Sakurai

David Sakurai Talks Diversity, the Inspiration of Jim Morrison, and Housewife

David Sakurai’s Headshot courtesy of his Instagram Page (@davidsakurai)

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

There are many indirect paths to Hollywood. David Sakurai may be playing Krall in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald later this year, but his journey to mainstream notoriety within the Harry Potter universe was cemented by his pivotal performance as Bruce O’Hara in last year’s Housewife.

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Review – Slice (2018)

by Old King Clancy

Movies like Slice are part of a genre that I’m now trade-marking as “Kitchen Sink Movies,” films like Detention and Freaks Of Nature that take wildly outlandish concepts, throw the kitchen sink at the screen, and pray to god that it’s entertaining because it’s sure as hell not gonna make any sense. It’s a difficult genre to pull off since you run the risk of going too far and blurring out any attempt at story, or you don’t go far enough and your wild concept just feels flimsy and unfocused. In the case of Slice, it unfortunately suffers from the latter issue.

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