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What Should You Watch This Halloween? 2015 Horror Films Ranked


Halloween Eli Roth Keanu Reeves Sam Rockwell Rosemarie DeWitt Guillermo Del Toro Mia Wasikowska Jessica Chastain Tom Hiddleston Charlie Hunnam Jack Black

It's almost Halloween and, if you're staying in, you're going to have to go through that difficult process of deciding what film to put on. 2015 has seen rather a few horror movies, but it has to be noted that only a handful of them are worth your time.

Mia Wasikowska in Crimson PeakMia Wasikowska stars in Crimson Peak

Here's the top five best and worst scary films of the year:

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Film Premiere Of 'Digging For Fire'

Ron Livingston , Rosemarie DeWitt - Film Premiere of 'Digging For Fire' at The ArcLight Cinemas - Arrivals at ArcLight Cinemas - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 13th August 2015

Ron Livingston and Rosemarie Dewitt
Ron Livingston
Ron Livingston
Ron Livingston
Ron Livingston and Rosemarie Dewitt
Ron Livingston and Rosemarie Dewitt

'Poltergeist''s New Cast Take On A Classic


Steven Spielberg Tobe Hooper Rosemarie DeWitt Sam Rockwell

Steven Spielberg and Tobe Hooper's 1982 haunted house movie 'Poltergeist' is so iconic that remaking it has always scared away filmmakers. Instead, they have merely been mimicking its innovative approach for more than 30 years.

'Poltergeist' was released on 22nd May 2015'Poltergeist' was released on 22nd May 2015

The remake's star Rosemarie DeWitt couldn't agree more. "I mean they rip it off constantly in the horror genre," she says. "So now we just didn't 'pretend' to not make 'Poltergeist', we just made 'Poltergeist'! Because the younger generation doesn't know that movie."

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Ron Livingston And Family At The Grove

Ron Livingston, Rosemarie DeWitt and Gracie James Livingston - Ron Livingston takes his film actress wife Rosemarie DeWitt and their adopted daughter Gracie James shopping at The Grove in Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 27th April 2015

Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston

US-Ireland Alliance Pre Oscar Event - Arrivals

Rosemarie DeWitt - US-Ireland Alliance pre Oscar event honoring Stephen Colbert, Carrie Fisher and Colin Davidson held at Bad Robot - Arrivals at Bad Robot - Santa Monica, California, United States - Thursday 19th February 2015

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Rosemarie Dewitt
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Rosemarie DeWitt Plays Her Daughter

Rosemarie DeWitt and Gracie James Livingston - Rosemarie DeWitt plays her daughter inbetween shopping at The Grove in Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 11th February 2015

Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston
Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie James Livingston

Poltergeist - Teaser Trailer


Finding the perfect house is an important part of starting a family. But for one family, the perfect house may not be all that they first thought. The Bowen family, Eric (Sam Rockwell), Amy (Rosemarie DeWitt), Kendra (Saxon Sharbino), Griffin (Kyle Catlett) and young Madison (Kennedi Clements) are in for a terrifying surprise, when they discover that their estate was built upon the sight of an ancient graveyard. But rather than realising there is an army of vengeful spirits, they are under attack from a horrific poltergeist. When they seek help from paranormal expert Carrigan Burke (Jared Harris), the poltergeist itself begins to discover everyone's true inner fear, and uses it against them.

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Men, Women & Children Review


OK

There's a fundamental flaw to this multi-strand social media-themed drama: it's told completely from the perspective of older people who are fearful about the possibilities, rather than the generation for whom electronic communication is the norm. It's well-made by director Jason Reitman (age 36) and his cowriter Erin Cressida Wilson (50) from the novel by Chad Kultgen (38), but it kind of misses the point that this is the future of human interaction. So younger (or more switched-on) viewers won't buy the cautionary message.

IR's set in Austin, Texas, where Rachel and Don (Rosemarie DeWitt and Adam Sandler) are each so focussed on finding space outside their marriage that they don't notice that their teen son Chris (Travis Tope) is hanging out with self-proclaimed slutty cheerleader Hannah (Olivia Crocicchia). Her best friend Allison (Elena Kamporis) is starving herself to be like her, spurred on by her mother (Judy Greer), who is doing everything she can to make Allison a star. Meanwhile, Patricia (Jennifer Garner) is desperate to control how her daughter Brandy (Kaitkyn Dever) uses small-screens, especially worried about her growing friendship with Tim (Ansel Elgort), whose father (Dean Norris) is annoyed that he has quit the school football team.

Oddly, the film seems to adopt the adults' fears as its central tone: the internet and mobile phone communications are potentially dangerous, addictive and isolating. But this makes the film feel more like a sermon than a set of intertwined stories. A far more interesting approach would be to explore how communication and relationships are shifting due to the influence of online media. Indeed, the generational aspects to the films various plotlines are the most compelling elements, with clashing points of view between grown-ups and kids. But audience members who believe that mobile phones and social media sites are the future will struggle with the way Reitman presents them as inherently troublesome.

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'Office Space' Actor Ron Livingston Spotted Out In Soho With His Family

Ron Livingston, Rosemarie DeWitt and Gracie Livingston - 'Office Space' actor Ron Livingston spotted out in Soho with his family - Manhattan, New York, United States - Friday 10th October 2014

Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt and Gracie Livingston

Kill The Messenger Trailer


Kill the Messenger follows the real life story of Journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner), as he stumbles upon the story of a lifetime. When Webb hears that the US government was aware of the exportation of drugs to America, he begins following up the story. This, in turn, leads him to uncover a conspiracy where the CIA imported vast amounts of cocaine to sell in the US in order to raise money for the Nicaraguan Contras rebel army. Webb is then faced with the option to leave the story alone, or continue his investigation and put his career, family and own life at risk. 

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Touchy Feely Review


Good

After a couple of gimmicky transgressive comedies (Humpday and Your Sister's Sister), writer-director Lynn Shelton takes a more observant approach this time. So even if, as before, the script never quite fills in the gaps in the story, it at least knowingly recreates relational awkwardness in a remarkably sensitive way. And the characters are almost eerily easy to identify with.

The centre of the story is Abby (Rosemarie DeWitt), who is debating whether she should move in with her rebound boyfriend (Scoot McNairy). This sparks her to think about her whole life, and she ends up recoiling at the idea of touching human flesh. Which is a problem since she's a massage therapist. By contrast, her dentist brother Paul (Josh Pais) believes he might have the ability to heal his patients, so he consults Abby's reiki-practitioner colleague (Alison Janney) for advice. Meanwhile, Paul's daughter Jenny (Ellen Page) is terrified to tell her father that she hates working as his assistant. And she's even more afraid to admit that she has a crush on her aunt's boyfriend.

Along the way, Abby, Paul and Jenny are all pushed into a turning point in their lives by an unexpected change in circumstances, which of course feels a bit contrived. But the film's real strength is in the messy connection between family members who have issues with themselves and each other, all of which are expressed through clumsy conversations and uncomfortable physicality. As insecure siblings, DeWitt and Pais are terrific in complex roles that draw on the actors' nervous energy. But only Pais and McNairy are genuinely likeable: men who haven't a clue what to do. By contrast, the always terrific Page and Janney have much less-developed roles.

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Ellen Page's 'Touchy Feely' Gets To Grips With Indie-Drama Genre [Trailer]


Ellen Page Rosemarie DeWitt Lynn Shelton Josh Pais Kate Bayley Alycia Delmore

The trailer for Touchy Feeling, the new indie-flick written and directed by Humpday's Lynn Shelton, has rolled out online. It stars Rosemarie DeWitt as Abby, a well-respected massage therapist who lives life to the fullest, while her quiet brother Paul struggles with his angst-ridden teenage daughter, played by Ellen Page.

Things get a little complicated when Abby's boyfriend offers her a home at his place and things go from bad to worse when she finds herself unable to face a new client having developed a phobia of skin-to-skin contact. Oh, and Abby's niece develops a crush on her boyfriend and attempts to seduce him. OH NO SHE DIDN'T.

Meanwhile, brother Paul's life begins to turn around when a patient claims his healing hands cured his toothache. Suddenly, his waiting room is packed, though can his newfound 'magic touch' help his sister Abby regain the fun in her life?

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Touchy Feely Trailer


Abby is a particularly well-rated massage therapist who enjoys living life to the fullest while her quiet and correct brother Paul is the opposite with his failing dental practise and an awkward teenage daughter to look after. Abby needs a new place to live and when her boyfriend offers her a home at his place, things start to get complicated for her. On a regular day at work, she finds herself unable to face her new client having developed a phobia of skin-to-skin contact which not only puts her career in the gutter, but also drastically affects her relationship with her boyfriend. Meanwhile, her niece Jenny develops a crush on him and attempts to seduce him despite his love for Abby. Paul's life has also taken a dramatic change after a patient claimed that Paul's healing hands cured his toothache, leading to a much fuller waiting room at his surgery. But will his new found magic touch help Abby regain her life back? 

'Touchy Feely' is the hearting-tugging drama about the unpredictability of our futures and the importance of family support. Directed and written by Lynn Shelton ('My Effortless Brilliance', Humpday', 'Your Sister's Sister'), it's a movie that will see a few laughs, a few sighs and definitely a few tears. 

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Promised Land Review


Excellent

Hydraulic fracturing might not be the most compelling subject for a movie, but it provides a topical backdrop for this engaging drama about ethics. It also lets actor-screenwriter Damon reunite with his Good Will Hunting director Van Sant for another strikingly well-made movie centring around a handful of strong characters. And while we know what the filmmakers feel about this contentious issue, at least the script isn't heavy handed about it.

The story takes place in a rural New England town, where oil company workers Steve and Sue (Damon and McDormand) are trying to secure the leases needed to drill for natural gas. The farmers badly need the cash to keep in business, but a retired science teacher (Holbrook) voices concern about the potential dangers of "fracking". He's joined by environmental activist Dustin (Krasinski) to turn the town against Steve and Sue's multinational corporation. And Dustin even starts to meddle in a budding romance between Steve and local teacher Alice (DeWitt). 

The script is cleverly constructed to make us wonder who is telling the full truth. There are obviously risks associated with fracking, but have they been exaggerated by politically motivated campaigns? Damon plays Steve as a straight-arrow, a nice guy who genuinely believes that the process is safe. Meanwhile, Krasinski is a but more slippery as the grassroots voice of caution, and the terrific McDormand gets all the best lines.

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Promised Land Trailer


Steve Butler is a successful businessman as part of a natural gas company who wishes to close down failing farming communities in order to obtain resources. He and his business partner Sue Thomason go to visit a particular town that is suffering a lot in the economic crisis in the hope that it will be easy to get drilling rights for the farmers' land in order to gain important resources through hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as 'fracking'. Things do seem easy at first, with his proposition providing some hope of economic relief for many members of the community, however he is soon challenged when a highly regarded teacher from the school and a determined grassroots campaigner object to the proposal and go about trying to get the rest of the town to vote against it.

'Promised Land' is a particularly appropriate film for the current economic climate and raises important issues that are of real concern to many. It has been directed by Gus Van Sant ('Good Will Hunting', 'Milk', 'Paris, je t'aime'), written by the movie's stars John Krasinski and Oscar winner Matt Damon (writer of 'Good Will Hunting') and based on a story by Dave Eggers ('Away We Go', 'Where the Wild Things Are') and is set to hit screens in the UK next year on April 19th 2013.

Directed by: Gus Van Sant

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Poltergeist Trailer

Poltergeist Trailer

Finding the perfect house is an important part of starting a family. But for one...

Men, Women & Children  Movie Review

Men, Women & Children Movie Review

There's a fundamental flaw to this multi-strand social media-themed drama: it's told completely from the...

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Kill The Messenger Trailer

Kill The Messenger Trailer

Kill the Messenger follows the real life story of Journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner), as...

Men, Women & Children Trailer

Men, Women & Children Trailer

One group of very different people - including popular high school teens and their less...

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Touchy Feely Movie Review

Touchy Feely Movie Review

After a couple of gimmicky transgressive comedies (Humpday and Your Sister's Sister), writer-director Lynn Shelton...

Touchy Feely Trailer

Touchy Feely Trailer

Abby is a particularly well-rated massage therapist who enjoys living life to the fullest while...

Promised Land Movie Review

Promised Land Movie Review

Hydraulic fracturing might not be the most compelling subject for a movie, but it provides...

Promised Land Trailer

Promised Land Trailer

Steve Butler is a successful businessman as part of a natural gas company who wishes...

The Watch Movie Review

The Watch Movie Review

You'd think that a film written by Stern (the surprisingly witty Mr Popper's Penguins) and...

The Watch Trailer

The Watch Trailer

The Watch are Costco manager Evan, father of a teenage daughter Bob, police reject Franklin...

Your Sister's Sister Movie Review

Your Sister's Sister Movie Review

As with Humpday, writer-director Shelton plays around with transgressive sexuality in this lively, watchable comedy-drama....

Neighborhood Watch Trailer

Neighborhood Watch Trailer

Evan Trautwig is a manager at Costco. One day, his friend, who is a security...

The Odd Life of Timothy Green Trailer

The Odd Life of Timothy Green Trailer

Cindy and Jim Green is a young, married couple who are looking forward to starting...

The Company Men Movie Review

The Company Men Movie Review

Strangely sidelined during awards season, this downsizing drama might be a bit downbeat, but it's...

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