Norman Reedus has long been a fan favorite on The Walking Dead. The series is set to come to an end at the end of the year and with it comes an end to a lot of Walking Dead characters. It seems that Reedus will live on though. He has an upcoming spin-off series in the works that will see his character turning up in Europe to fight zombies overseas.
Daryl will arrive in Europe with no idea how he got there or how he will get home. We aren’t sure how that will tie in with the end of The Walking Dead, so that should be an interesting shift.
There have been rumors that Paris will have seen an undead sort that can move fast. So, it could be Europe has had to deal with a totally different threat than we had in the US. A fast-moving zombie would definitely be an increased threat. Reedus said that the new spin-off is going to be “fucking epic.”
“We knew we wanted to make a show that went in the opposite direction, just because we didn’t want to do the same thing. So that’s what we’re doing. And it’s going to be way different. The story’s way different. The characters are way different. There’s a different tone, there’s a different light, there’s a different sound. It’s a whole different vibe.” Reedus said.
We can’t wait to see how The Walking Dead ends and how Daryl ends up in Paris. There are other spin-offs in the works from the world of Dead. One includes a team-up of Maggie and Negan.
‘Bones and All’ Trailer Introduces Savage World of Cannibals and Lovers
Call Me By Your Name and Suspiria director, Luca Guadagnino is back with a true masterpiece that explores cannibals and lovers. Bones and All is a fascinating film that is currently has my vote for Best Film of the Year. It really is that good. It stars Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell in an incredibly brutal road trip film.
The official synopsis fo Bones and All goes like this:
BONES AND ALL is a story of first love between Maren, a young woman learning how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee, an intense and disenfranchised drifter; a liberating road odyssey of two young people coming into their own, searching for identity and chasing beauty in a perilous world that cannot abide who they are.
The film stars Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, André Holland, Chloë Sevigny, David Gordon Green, Jessica Harper, Jake Horowitz, and Mark Rylance.
Get ready to dine with cannibals and lovely monsters when Bones and All arrives in theaters beginning November 23.
[Fantastic Fest] ‘Hellraiser’ Fascinates by Carving New Damnation and Games
In a world of reinvention and retooling, there are often a lot of letdowns when it comes to our favorite films and TV shows. More often than not we are disappointed by the retelling. It is great to announce that David Bruckner’s recent Hellraiser reimagining is incredible and makes use of Author, Clive Barker’s original parts to incredibly give us the familiar while also carving its entirely own fascinatingly dark path.
Hellraiser tells the story of Riley (Odessa A’Zion,) an addict trying to live her life and resist all temptation. When Riley and her boyfriend burglarize a shipping container, they come upon the puzzle box. The box immediately begins to draw attention to it begging them to push and pull its corners. Little do they know that the box’s offerings will change their lives forever.
The backdrop of Hellraiser is a dreary one. It is entirely filled with a sheen of darkness and grime throughout. The entire city and places the characters visit all become participating characters in the film itself. An amazing work of production design around every corner.
Director, Bruckner is commanding with the darkness. He is careful to control Barker’s bleakness and is great at it. Between himself and screenwriters Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski the trio actively and effectively manage to solve their own puzzle box of the macabre and the constantly invigorating.
The Cenobites are back with a fully new roaster of incredibly creative beings. Each of them has a patchwork of skin in which flesh itself is what they wear. There aren’t any more bits of leather clothing that brought the legendary, Doug Bradley to life, instead, their wardrobe is made organically. Another fascinating detail of their look is brought about by these carefully placed pins with pearl tips. A touch of The Hellpriest’s personal touch.
The Hellpriest just as revelatory as the film. Jamie Clayton pays homage to and simultaneously reinvents The Priest from the ground up. A head full of pearl-tipped pins along with the fascinating touches from The Leviathan that add pieces of the box to her as well as the same creative organic wardrobe utilized by the other Cenobites. Horror fans have nothing but a brilliant experience ahead of them. Clayton makes the role her own and brilliantly creates her own spine-tingling voice for the character. A terrifying rasp, that is delivered with authority making her lines stand out with imposing importance.
Ben Lovett creates a brilliant score that moves and shifts around as much as the puzzle box itself. Throughout it is entirely its own with tiny shifts to single notes of the famous Christopher Young score. The entire thing is devilishly done and creates an entire audio Cenobite all on its own. By the film’s finale, Lovett and Young become one in a chill-inducing crescendo.
Hellraiser is a fascinatingly dark work that combines Barker’s worlds and sensibilities into a brilliant haunting cocktail. There are hints of Damnation Game, Weaveworld and of course The Hellbound Heart. The hands shifting this puzzle box were tender and caring with Barker’s material. That reverence produces one of the best Hellraiser’s to date. Bruckner’s film gets back to diving beneath the flesh of terror. Jamie Clayton entirely lives in and reinvents The Hellpriest in every turn. Hellraiser brilliantly cuts, carves and pulls nerves. Dark, provocative, and filled with Clive Barker’s brilliance – Hellraiser is finally back.
‘American Horror Story: NYC’ Gets New Posters and Premiere Date
American Horror Story has kept its season 11 plot very much under wraps leading up to its premiere. So far, all we know is that it is going to take place in New York judging from the title.
The two posters that have been released point to some possible Wendigo influences and lots of BDSM. Past that, we have no idea what the heck these posters could be signifying. We are sure we won’t have to wait long till we get a trailer premiere. Since the show drops on October 19, the trailer should arrive any day now.
The premiere date will feature two brand new episodes with one premiering weekly after.
This season stars Joe Mantello, Billie Lourd, Zachary Quinto, Russell Tovey, Leslie Grossman, Charlie Carver, Sandra Bernhard, Isaac Powell, Denis O’Hare and Patti LuPone.
The synopsis for American Horror Story: Double Feature went like this:
A struggling writer, his pregnant wife, and their daughter move to an isolated beach town for the winter. Once they’re settled in, the town’s true residents begin to make themselves known.
American Horror Story season 11 arrives on FX on October 19. It arrives on Hulu the following day.