International Horror movie 'Islamic Exorcist' will release this year on Direct to Video

By Depressed Satan,
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Cinema Epoch has acquired the distribution rights of Indian international Horror film Islamic Exorcist and will release this year on Direct to Video and VOD. The film is written and directed by controversial Indian film maker Faisal Saif and is in English language.

Islamic Exorcist stars Kavita Radheshyam who is labeled as India's Kim Kardashian along with Bangladesh actor Nirab Hossain and Pakistan actor Meera. Phew! Three different actors from three different countries in an Islamic horror film? I am certainly looking forward to this one!

The poster and the trailer of the movie is very appealing and scary at the same time. The film is definitely arriving at the unprecedented level of Xenophobia and it is likely to expose the issues in Islam. The maker also received death threats during filming from his community.

Filmmaker Faisal Saif said "I got lots of life threats from the Muslim and Shia Muslim community to not to make this film. It is my honor to be associated with a studio like Cinema Epoch which gave me a huge freedom on my creativity and my film. This is not the only film we will be working on. Film maker Geno McGahee along with myself is writing another Horror for the studio as a tribute to a classic horror which we have seen and grown with."

As per the official synopsis, the movie talks about the lives of an Indian couple getting devastated when their adopted daughter becomes possessed by a demonic force. The father shoots the daughter to death, however an investigative journalist doesn't believe in their story and becomes determined to know the real truth by going much deeper into the couple's scary past. The makers claim the film to be inspired by a true story that happened somewhere in India.

'Siren' not as exciting as the original V/H/S segment was

Reviewed by Depressed Satan,
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Siren is based on the segment 'Amaeteur Night' from V/H/S (2012), which was highly praised by horror fans. With Hannah Fierman reprising her role as Lily from the segment, the film was shot in 18 days and edited in 4 weeks.

I am a fan of the first V/H/S, particularly the segment upon which this film is based, Amateur Night. This prequel-sequel unfortunately does not do the series justice. What made the first film great was the romantic element, you just couldn't help but fall in love with Lily. She was the cute, quiet, shy girl who "likes you." Siren rushes every encounter with Lily, and does next to nothing when it comes to expanding any sort of story surrounding her. Not to mention, she seemed to change from a succubus to a siren somewhere in between these two films.

The plot has no obvious continuity issues, and the scenes are carefully thought out, if a bit naive - but in a positive, honest way. It could even be called a spiritual sequel to the 'episode' with the demon girl in V/H/S, the influences are clearly there but the story is constructed separately, not in a neat narrative.

When I did see the siren it immediately reminded me of Splice (2009). Did I like Siren, well, somehow it didn't feed my hunger. There isn't that much of gore in it. Let me even say that there isn't that much of horror in it or even scary moments. What it did deliver was a lot of nudity at strip bars but after a while I thought, let's bring on the horror.

Full trailer for 'Garden Party Massacre' releases

Director Gregory Blair has released the full length trailer for the bloody and funny Garden Party Massacre. The teaser was released several weeks back.

Find the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release
Director Gregory Blair (Deadly Revisions) and Pix See Productions have completed shooting for Garden Party Massacre. The film is a blend of horror and comedy as seen in the film’s brand new, first, full length trailer. Fans can expect to see Garden Party Massacre at film festivals, soon, but, a closer look at this both bloody and hilarious feature is available now!

The film stars Andy Gates (“Grimm”), Nichole Bagby (On the Rocks), Lise Hart (Deadly Revisions), Dawna Lee Heising (Samurai Avenger: Deadly Vengeance) Blair, himself, and a few genre favorite surprises.

The film begins with friends and a barbecue. But, in the vein of Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010), events take an unusually bloody turn. An uninvited guest tears his way through the get-together, with a pickax and a bad attitude. Thus, it becomes a killer party. Literally!

Garden Party Massacre has already received its first review: a bona fide rave from Michael Haberfelner (Search My Trash) who declares it “a hilarious film!” Director Blair says of the film’s comedy: “I think horror easily lends itself to comedy because the emotions are so high and the situations are often outrageous.” The new trailer leaves no doubt: Garden Party Massacre promises a laugh a minute.

'The Void' wasn't clear with its thought

Reviewed by Depressed Satan
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A police officer Carter (Aaron Poole) discovers a blood-soaked man limping down a deserted road, he rushes him to a local hospital with a bare-bones, night shift staff. As the night proceeds, 'Illuminati' type figures surround the building, the patients and staff inside start to turn ravenously insane.

A Perfectly written screenplay that will keep you hooked throughout! But, The Void is an example to all of those filmmakers who say "Let's fix it in the post production" and want to only use CGI blood instead of actual syrup mixed with whatever.

The characters and the plot that are cooked up for the movie are half-baked, and the actors, while not necessarily bad, are not given enough to rise up to a challenge of doing something more than what their half explained dimensional characters require them to do. The perfect example is the small town cop and a few locals which includes the cop's pregnant wife, who we don't find out is so until later on are trapped in a hospital as strange.

This is a story where people keep acting mean and obnoxious to one another because of the danger outside the hospital where they all are trapped. Still, the movie is not directed with a distinguishing vision that would set it as something unique. I don't think the writers/directors did a good job selling us on what the mythology is supposed to be. There's a lot of symbolism involving these triangles and shots of dark-ominous clouds rolling in the sky, and, obviously, there is some fantastical/outer-space/inter-dimensional things going on. I think most of us know, The Void was crowd-funded.

There's mind-control and there's sometimes scenes where this world of 'The Void' or what have you shows characters some of their dreams and tries to trick them with fulfilling their desires, and yet it's also not clear how they can do this and why it's only done to some of the characters. And moreover, if they could do mind-control, why doesn't the ultimate main Baddie get the pregnant woman to him sooner for what is ultimately an impregnation-incubus sort of plot?

Frolic Pictures releases new 'Grindhouse Series' on DVD

Jared Masters has teamed up with Allied Vaughn to reintroduce some rare B-movie gems from a bygone era. See all ten. DVDs can be purchased at major online stores like Best Buy and Target.

The Frolic Grindhouse Series includes:

RatMan (1988)

A maniac butchers a fashion model on a Caribbean island and leaves the body to be eaten by rats. The model's sister suspects something isn't quite right with the police investigation and decides to go snooping on her own. With her friend, Fred, their investigations lead them to an unknown part of the island where they discover a monstrosity of a rat like man. The creature is killed by Fred, but the true horror of it's nature is just beginning...

Centipede Horror (1982)

A crazed evil wizard uses his powers to take revenge on beautiful women by making them vomit up live centipedes, which then proceed to eat their victims.

Calamity of Snakes (1982)

After a business man kills thousands of snakes in pit where they are building a new apartment building. The people living there soon become attacked by thousands of snakes as vengeance.

Fighting Life (1981)

Frank Shum and Jack Conn are back in the third installment in this incredible "Crippled Masters" franchise. They're moving from their rural home into the city of Taipei in search of employment which is tough while training for the Kung-Fu Championship. City life isn't easy for our two crippled heroes while fighting off local gangsters, struggling to make rent, and even foiling would be thieves.

Two Crippled Heroes (1980)

Devanny Pinn portrays Casey Anthony in 'Investigation Discovery' Murder Mystery


Seth Metoyer,
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If you're a true crime buff like me, which I know a lot of you out there are, the Casey Anthony murder case is one that has stood out over the recent years.

Last night, Investigation Discovery (ID) premiered their mini series Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery.

In it, one of my favorite genre actresses Devanny Pinn (House of Manson) gives an incredible performance as Casey Anthony.

Pinn was live tweeting on her verified Twitter page last night as the first part in the three part mini series aired. She will be live tweeting again tonight during the second episode so be sure to follow her on Twitter. Her page can be found here.

If you don't have ID Channel and are interested in watching previous episodes, ID has started streaming them on their website and can be seen here.

Read more about the show and Pinn's involvement from the official press release below.

From The Press Release
Genre star, Devanny Pinn, best known for her portrayal of infamous convicted killer Susan Atkins in the Charles Manson biopic 'House of Manson' has been cast as Casey Anthony in Investigation Discovery (ID) mini series "Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery."

Arrow in the House! Arrow Films Releases 'House: Two Stories'

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,
MoreHorror.com

As a long time horror film fan, it’s pretty easy for me to rattle off a list of some of my highest recommends from primary horror genres all the way to the really out there sub genres. Usually all I need is a conversation sparker, or even someone remotely interested in listening. When I’m musing over all those conversations, there’s no doubt about it that the most difficult recommendations to make are the gateway horror films.

There’s several reasons why even the most solid recommendation maker is going find the gauntlet thrown down when asked about “starter” horror flicks. It’s a delicate situation that has to be handled with the most absolute contemplation and finesse. I could throw any film out to a hardcore horror fan without any concern for the subject matter, it just has to be good. However for the novice fan, not only does it have to be an unusually excellent film, but it has to be innocuously stimulating as well. You don’t want to just throw MARTYRS out there.

Also, another to recommend could be an adult that has always been fascinated from afar by horror films, but has never given them the attention they deserve. Maybe it could be a recommendation for a group viewing where levels of tolerance and perceptions of good taste are all over the place, but perhaps the most perilous situation is recommending a starter horror flick to a parent for their horror infatuated kid. You don’t want to recommend something too scary, but you also don’t want to recommend ‘The Haunted Mansion” either. The wrong move here can give validity to the more uptight people’s theories that you really are an occultist. You need iron clad suggestions to pull out of your back pocket that work for nearly every occasion.

Arrow Films has provided a ready-made emergency response kit with its release of the original classic HOUSE, and it’s dissimilar but equally entertaining sequel HOUSE 2 THE SECOND STORY. In the age of the video store, there were two brands that ruled the new releases, Cannon and New World. HOUSE fell under the New World moniker, it had the guy from THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO, and the really excellent poster art of a detached, decaying hand ringing a vintage doorbell.

What was really great about HOUSE was that it delivered in full to all expectations. It was kind of like a gourmet grass fed burger. Basic enough for the beginner, not too cheap or too uppity for the mid-ranger, and unexpectedly delicious to the elite of horror snobbery.

Director of kink masterpiece 'Secretary' to unleash sci-fi thriller 'Rupture'

​Seth Metoyer,
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Writer/director Steven Shainberg became an ​award-winning indie film sensation with 2002's kink masterpiece ​Secretary and now he plans to spank viewers with the sci-fi thriller Rupture.

AMBI Media Group will release the sci-fi thriller RUPTURE in theaters and On Demand April 28, 2017. The film is currently available exclusively on DirecTV.

Check out the trailer below the official press details.

From The Press Release
"SECRETARY's Steven Shainberg tackles both sci-fi and horror with great success." - Birth.Movies.Death​.​

AMBI Media Group will release the sci-fi thriller RUPTURE in theaters and On Demand April 28, 2017. The film is currently available exclusively on DirecTV.

RUPTURE is directed by Steven Shainberg ​(Secretary, Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus) from a script co-written by Shainberg and Brian Nelson​ (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night)​​. The ​​​film stars Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus), Peter Stormare (The Big Lebowski, Fargo), Kerry Bishe (AMC's "Halt and Catch Fire," Argo), and Michael Chiklis (FX's "The Shield," Fantastic Four).

RUPTURE follows Renee Morgan (Noomi Rapace), a single mom, who is deathly terrified of spiders. While in route to meet up with a friend, she is violently abducted by a group of strangers. After enduring intense yet strange questioning and examinations, some about her fear of spiders, Renee soon discovers that she is now the subject of an underground experiment. Her captors explain to her that she has a genetic abnormality that can potentially allow her to “rupture” and reveal her alien nature. Renee must find a way to escape before it is too late.

Strange, mystical, silent horror film 'Amethyst' releases on DVD

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Jared Masters' 'Amethyst' is now available on DVD.

From The Press Release
"Amethyst is A Strange...Mystical...Stylish Mind Blower. I Enjoyed the Trip" - Char/Charred Remains Reviews

The most shocking silent horror film since Nosferatu, Amethyst, written and directed by psycho-sensationalist, Jared Masters (Slink, Ballet of Blood) is now available to own on DVD. Shot in 4K resolution, in a secret garden, this highly anticipated feature film is also available to rent or download to own on Amazon. This phenomenal motion picture was the Semi-Finalist this year at the Los Angeles CineFest and Winner at the UHD 4K Film Festival, in South Korea, where it will be broadcast on local television (SkyTV).

Trapped in a trip. The incredible true story of Amethyst, the girl who accidentally consumed a full vial of LSD, on her 17th birthday, and inevitably begins losing her mind. Follow along, as this profound psychedelic adventure unfolds.

She took too much.

Will she ever return to this side of reality again? Will her best friend, Ember, who gave her the gift, find her, in time?

One drop is enough.

Consumed by a kaleidoscope of wonder, Amethyst discovers a whole new existence above ours, inhabited by female vampires, piccolo-playing eunuchs, romantic noblemen, river nymphs, mystical floating orbs, and a giant stone pyramid that may be her portal home.

A fragile mind in a delicate body.

Review: Beautifully shot horror film 'Bethany' is ferocious and frightening

Reviewed by Jesse Miller,
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Synopsis: Claire (Stefanie Estes) and her husband Aaron (Zack Ward) find themselves moving back into Claire's childhood home only to have the abusive and traumatic memories of her mother come back to haunt her. As her husband starts to get more work, Claire finds herself mixed up in a fog of past and present with a mysterious figure haunting her memories. What is this small figure that is trying to reach out to her, and what does it want?

Directed by: James Cullen Bressack
Written by: James Cullen Bressack & Zack Ward
Starring: Stefanie Estes, Zack Ward, with Shannen Doherty and Tom Green.

The first thing that I noticed about Bethany is that it’s beautifully – and I do mean beautifully – shot. Every frame, every bit of lighting is excellent, effectively establishing mood and character and hooking me into the moment of the scene.

We open on an unspecified time, with a young girl playing with her teddy on a stormy evening. Suddenly she hears a voice in the wall – and in a twist of events, happily wanders over to the wall to converse with said voice. Her mother comes in, literally shrouded in darkness, asking her who she is talking to. The teddy, the little girl lies.

From there, we cut to another time. Claire and her husband Aaron mourn the loss of Claire’s mother. We see the cracks in their relationship already. Her husband is talking about business; Claire is distanced from him, looking out the window. They’re disconnected from one another.

The actors, in just one mere minute of on screen time, have sold their performance. Both are realistic, believable. Emotional. This couple feels real. I’m sucked into the moment, as if I am sitting in between them, feeling the awkwardness overwhelm me in the space of the car.

Over the course of the film, these actors portray exceptional range, whether it is the believable chemistry with one another or bringing these characters to life. They are Claire and Aaron, troubled couple. Ward is Aaron, desperately trying to be there for his wife, remaining calm at all times, remaining supportive.

Ward is the wonderful support to Stefanie Estes, who steals the movie. The story is her weight to bear and she does so wonderfully. Claire is a tortured woman, with a past that is seeping into her future. She doesn’t quite understand why, having blocked her past with her emotionally abusive mother (played in brief flashbacks by a Shannen Doherty in top form) and she’s lost for words. Estes nails every complex emotional beat of Claire in a performance where you forget you are watching actors.

Poster and trailer releases for 'Reyes'

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The poster and trailer for the German mystery horror feature 'Reyes' have been released. Check out the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release
German genre film with international touch Hamburg, 31.03.2017 - What do Switzerland, Mexico, Sweden and Germany have in common? Production companies from all of these countries were involved in German mystery horror feature "Reyes". International production companies are working on this project together under the leadership of Uprise Pictures [DE]. The poster motif is now online and first trailer celebrated its premiere at the end of March.

Reyes is directors Patrick Templin feature film debut, who can already look back on his work history as a producer. It tells the story of author Mick suffering from depression that will be embodied by Danish Actor Kim Sønderholm. Mick is at the low point of his life as decides to return to his old home in order to get rid of his writing blockage and get back on his feet. "As the movie idea came to me, I already envisioned Kim as the main protagonist. Only a very experienced actor would be able to handle the movie", says director Patrick Templin. Arriving at his old home he meets his lost love Leya. He discovers soon that she has a secret and is involved in mysterious doings. Her behavior is linked with a secret cult and bloody rituals. Ritual murders whose origin is far away.

"It was especially exciting for me that the story space needed much relocation. To such an extent that we have decided to turn the film into a co-production" said producer Flavio Speglitz. Team is preparing itself currently for a shooting in the third quarter of 2017. Even now, it can already boast with an international cast. "Kim from Denmark, Bill Hutchens from Australia, Antonio Monroi from Mexico - and one complete segment will shot in Mexico. Not usual for a German independent film," adds producer René Wiesner.

Sable (2016) Movie Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,
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Sable (2016)
Written by: Michael Matteo Rossi
Directed by Michael Matteo Rossi
Cast: Ayla Kelly (Sable), Jon Briddell (Landon), Bojesse Christopher (Marco), Rodney Eastman (Andres), Chris Petrovski (Colton), Nicole Alexandra Shipley (Lilian), Tess Kartel (Jennifer)

Some films are almost better experienced with a little bit of background knowledge. I know that goes against the idea of spoilers, but a little information about the plot or the characters can sometimes be the dash of hot sauce in the ramen noodles. It can set it apart from being collectively associated with a particular type of formulaic comfort genre that might have lost its flavor.

Case in point, when “Grabbers’ came out, knowing that being drunk was the only defense against the creatures, made me elevate it above any other contemporary creature flick that I had access to at the time. Then again, there are films, and in particular indie films that can’t be done a complete justice by the promotional material or any prior knowledge. I had checked out the poster art and the trailer on the More Horror site prior to watching Sable, but I only got an inkling of how deep the rabbit hole really went.

Ayla Kelly portrays Sable, the film’s namesake. She’s a young and sensible woman, who happens in to a May-December (Well, Maybe May-September, he’s about my age. I’m being gracious for my own sake) romance with Landon. He’s a former family man whose alcohol addiction has destroyed nearly all of his domestic past. She meets him at a support group meeting, and immediately becomes his ingénue. All looks promising with a prospect of a new life together until an impulsive mistake forces them to stay. The only person that Landon can turn to is Colton, a tatted up amateur drug dealer. At this point, I knew that this film was special. I wasn’t sure who were acquaintances and how. Landon was a drunk, not a drug addict. Also Colton and Sable are around the same age, so that connection seemed more viable. After a tease of few minutes of dialogue, it’s revealed that Colton is Landon’s estranged son. Landon is not in the best position to ask for help since most of Colton’s present situation could possibly be related to his abuse from his alcoholic father. After a strained conversation, Sable mediates a stalemate, and Colton agrees to help.

'Frankenstein Created Bikers' Blu-ray and Swag

Seth Metoyer,
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In a world where there are a lot of indie filmmakers doing it wrong, it's refreshing when it's done right.

Now, I'm not talking about film quality or tired stories etc. I'm talking about old fashioned "We actually give a shit about our fans and want them to know." It's about the little things.

Running a horror website for over seven years in the red with no steady income stream generated by the site can get quite discouraging. What makes it worse is when filmmakers and producers feel they are gracing you with their film and doing you a favor by "letting you" watch their movie's, forgetting that the professional rout is to offer a screener for review consideration.

Here at MoreHorror we try to get to as many screeners as we can, but sometimes it just doesn't happen. Sometimes, there's no real incentive, just a sense of expectation, lack of appreciation and a lot of entitlement going on.

Fast forward to the mail today and there were a few screeners that came in. Some I was expecting and others I was not. One of the welcome unexpected surprises was the exploitation film Frankenstein Created Bikers.

Not only did producer/director James Bickert send over a copy of the Blu-ray/DVD, he sent a bunch of swag (poster, vinyl soundtrack, sticker and trading cards) along with a personalized signed letter.

Now, I get it. This day in age everything is easier going the digital route and most screeners are sent via digital link. I'll be honest and say that these days I tend to prefer digital screeners for review unless there's some sort of special release. Then I like to see the new key art and special features etc. Aside from that, digital works better because I have too many physical copies collecting dust in the storage area of my office.

'Donnie Darko' Returns to Theaters as Arrow Films Debuts 4K Restoration

Seth Metoyer,
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Donnie Darko is one of my all time favorite movies and the news from Arror Films has me stoked!

In celebration for its fifteenth anniversary, director Richard Kelly and Arrow Films are releasing a 4k restoration of the film.

The movie will be shown in select theaters beginning March 31st. Check out all the dates and times from the official releases below.

From The Press Release
Arrow Films has announced the March 31st domestic theatrical debut of the 4K restoration of Richard Kelly's cult hit Donnie Darko. Following a wildly successful re-release in the UK for its fifteenth anniversary, the film will return to theaters in cities across the United States. Fifteen years before "Stranger Things" combined science-fiction, Spielberg-ian touches and 80s nostalgia to much acclaim, Kelly set the template and the benchmark with his debut feature, Donnie Darko. Initially beset with distribution problems, it would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium. The 4K restoration of Donnie Darko will premiere at the Vista in Los Angeles on March 30th, and officially open in Los Angeles at the Cinefamily and in New York at Metrograph on March 31st.

Described by director Richard Kelly as "The Catcher in the Rye as told by Philip K. Dick", Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast: pre-stardom Jake (Nightcrawler, Brokeback Mountain, Nocturnal Animals) and Maggie Gyllenhaal ("The Honourable Woman", The Dark Knight), Jena Malone (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Neon Demon), the late heartthrob Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing, Ghost), Drew Barrymore (E.T., "Grey Gardens", "Santa Clarita Diet") Oscar nominees Mary McDonnell (Dances With Wolves, Passion Fish, "Battlestar Galactica") and Katharine Ross (The Graduate, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Stepford Wives), and television favorite Noah Wyle ("ER", "Falling Skies") and an evocative soundtrack of 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran.

'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' coming to Blu-ray and DVD

Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

The surprise hit and critically acclaimed thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe will make its Blu-ray and DVD debut as a Walmart exclusive on May 2nd, 2017 from Scream Factory, and will be available everywhere June 27th, 2017.

From The Press Release
Winner of Best Horror Film at Fantastic Fest 2016, the ominous thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut as a Walmart exclusive on May 2nd, 2017, from Scream Factory, in conjunction with IFC Midnight. The Blu-ray + DVD Combo will be available everywhere June 27th, 2017. This taut, suspenseful film features strong performances from Emile Hirsch and Brian Cox, and has been a hit with critics and audiences alike.

It’s just another night at the morgue for a father (Brian Cox, Trick ’r Treat, Zodiac) and son (Emile Hirsch, Lone Survivor, Killer Joe) team of coroners, until an unidentified, highly unusual corpse arrives. Discovered buried in the basement of the home of a brutally murdered family, the young Jane Doe — eerily well-preserved and with no visible signs of trauma — is shrouded in mystery. As they work into the night to piece together the cause of her death, the two men begin to uncover the disturbing secrets of her life. Soon, a series of terrifying events make it clear: this Jane Doe may not be dead. The latest from Troll Hunter director André Øvredal is a scarily unpredictable, supernatural shocker that never lets up. This chiller also stars Ophelia Lovibond (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Michael McElhatton (Game of Thrones).

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