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Unsettling “Ghost Assassin” Haunts a Home in Stills from Another Evil

After discovering that his vacation house is haunted, Dan just wants his life to go back to normal, but the paranormal investigator he turns to for help only amplifies the horrors within his home in Another Evil. Ahead of the horror comedy's May 5th theatrical and Digital HD release from Dark Sky Films, Another Evil is teased in a new set of stills, including several that Daily Dead is proud to exclusively debut.

You can view the set of stills below, and in case you missed it, check out the official poster for the movie as well as Heather's SXSW interview with the film's cast and crew.

From the Press Release: New York, NY (March 30, 2017)- Ridding your home of ghosts is serious business, but finding the right expert to do the job proves to be the real challenge in the new supernatural comedy, Another Evil. The film, a hit at SXSW,
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Trailer for Horror Comedy 'Another Evil' About a Ghost Exterminator

"Meet Os. A Straight Up Ghost Assassin." Dark Sky Films has released a trailer for a horror comedy titled Another Evil, about a wacky ghost exterminator named Os who is hired to get rid of a ghost in a summer home. Steve Zissis (from "Togetherness") stars as Dan, the guy who moves into his family's vacation home and encounters a ghost. The cast includes Jennifer Irwin, Mark Proksch as Os, Dan Bakkedahl, Dax Flame, Steve Little, and Mariko Munro. This looks very fun, I'm glad that we finally get to see another comedic take on haunted house and ghost exterminators (one of the only other ones I can think of is The Frighteners). It feels like this would be a nice double feature with What We Do in the Shadows. Have fun. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Carson D. Mell's Another Evil, direct from YouTube: After encountering a
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Dark Sky Films Reveals Release Date & Introduces a Ghost Assassin in New Poster for Another Evil

Dan just wants his home to be supernatural-free, but he gets caught in the middle of two very different paranormal techniques in the horror comedy Another Evil. Following its screenings at SXSW last year (check out Heather's interview with the cast and crew), Another Evil is looking to haunt theaters and Digital HD on May 5th from Dark Sky Films, and a new poster introduces Os, the "straight up ghost assassin."

Press Release: New York, NY (March 30, 2017)- Ridding your home of ghosts is serious business, but finding the right expert to do the job proves to be the real challenge in the new supernatural comedy, Another Evil. The film, a hit at SXSW, BAMcinemaFest and the Fantasia Film Festival, will be released in theaters and on digital HD by Dark Sky Films on May 5, 2017.

After encountering terrifying ghosts in their vacation home, modern artist Dan Pappadakis (Steve Zissis, Roadies,
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SXSW 2016: Another Evil Finds Laughs and Terror Among the Living and the Dead

It can be difficult differentiating your haunted house movie from the rest of the pack for two reasons. First, there are roughly four hundred of them released every year, and second, they all have to begin in pretty much the same spot with characters in a building of some kind discovering they have ghosts. No one can really do all that much about the first problem — well, the people making the really terrible haunted house movies can stop making them, but the odds of that happening seem slim — but the second? Turns out opening with smart writing and some solid laughs is more than enough to grab and hold viewers’ attention for what’s to come. Dan (Steve Zissis) and his family have come to their new cabin for a relaxing few days away from the city, but part way through a game of charades they discover someone, or something, else
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SXSW 2016: Festival Poster & Clip from Another Evil

Ever wonder how to catch a ghost? Ahead of its SXSW debut, Carson Mell’s Another Evil is teased in a new clip that shows one smelly method for trapping the paranormal.

Synopsis: “After encountering a ghost in their vacation home, Dan (Steve Zissis) and his wife Mary (Jennifer Irwin) consult an exorcist. Unsatisfied with the verdict, Dan goes behind his wife’s back to seek a second opinion, and secretly hires Os (Mark Proksch) who promises to get rid of the beings. Os and Dan spend a week together in the vacation home exorcising the “Efd” (Evil Fully Determined) beings, but Dan soon realizes that ridding the home of evil won’t be as simple as it seems.

SXSW 2016 Screenings:

Saturday, March 12th @ 8:45Pm – 1st Public Screening – Alamo Ritz 1

Sunday, March 13th @ 8:00Pm – 2nd Public Screening – Marchesa (SXSW Sattelite)

Monday, March 14th @ 10:00Pm – 3rd Public Screening – Topfer Theatre @ Zach

Saturday,
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The Spirits Have Been Exorcised; Carson Mell’s “Another Evil” Now in Post-Prod

Principle photography on Another Evil, Carson Mell’s supernatural comedy debut is now complete. Starring Steve Zissis, Mark Proksch, Jennifer Irwin, Dax Flame, Dan Bakkedahl and Steve Little of Todd Rohal’s The Catechism Cataclysm fame, Mell, a three-time Sundance Film Festival alumni thanks to a trio of wacko shorts (see below) shot his feature film debut in Arizona this November. Memory’s Riel Roch Decter (The Wait) and Sebastian Pardo (Palo Alto) produced the film.

Gist: After encountering a ghost in his family’s vacation home, Dan (Zissis) a modern artist and his wife Mary (Irwin) hire an “industrial-grade exorcist” named Os (Proksch) to get rid of the beings…turns out something does need to be exorcised but it’s not the spirits.

Worth Noting: Mell’s in the works Ajax (about a band of alcoholic men adrift in outer space become at odds with one another after taking
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Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill return in the '22 Jump Street' trailer

The first and new red band movie trailer for Columbia Pictures upcoming comedy "22 Jump Street," is now online. A follow-up to the 2012 hit "21 Jump Street" sees Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum reprise their leading roles alongside a cast that includes Ice Cube, Amber Stevens, Craig Roberts, Jimmy Tatro, Wyatt Russell, Killian Bell and Dax Flame. After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don't have to
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YouTube Comedy Week The Big Live Comedy Show Red Carpet

YouTube Comedy Week kicked off this week and is showcasing the best of comedy with live events, video premieres and creative collaborations from the world’s funniest people. From May 19-25, YouTube Comedy Week is bring together the biggest names in comedy on YouTube and beyond to create a one of a kind experience for comedy fans.

To kick things off YouTube put together The Big Live Comedy Show, a live 2-hourcomedy variety show that was live streamed across the globe featuring Sarah Silverman, Seth Rogen, Vince Vaughn, The Lonely Island, Key & Peele, Reggie Watts and many more comedy stars. The show was produced by Jash channel co-founder Daniel Kellison, along with Joel Gallen.

The all-star list of performers includes:

3 Loco, Barely Political, Beardyman, Brody Stevens, Craig Robinson, Dax Flame, Epic Meal Time, Eric André, Fidlar, Garfunkel & Oates, Gregory Brothers, Hannibal Buress, ImprovEverywhere, Jack McBrayer, Jeff Ross, Jenny Slate, Jerrod Carmichael,
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Live: YouTube Comedy Week Kicks Off With ‘Big Live Show’

The Big Live Comedy Show is here. After weeks of hype, promos, and TV spots, YouTube Comedy Week has arrived, with some of the biggest stars in both new and traditional media taking to the Internet for a live streaming kick-off show. The slogan for the week-long event is "this better be funny," and the Big Live Comedy Show is our first chance to see if Comedy Week will be as macho as Arnold Schwarzenegger made it seem or just a big waste of time and talent. Of course, considering the amazing roster of participants, 'funny' seems more likely than 'not funny'. Tonight's performers are: Sarah Silverman - http://youtube.com/Silvermanvideos Seth Rogen - http://youtube.com/watch?v=KWj8dcV5tDA The Lonely Island - http://youtube.com/Thelonelyisland T-pain - http://youtube.com/Tpainvevo Jerrod Carmichael Garfunkle & Oates - http://youtube.com/Rikilind Pete Holmes - http://youtube.
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Funnyman Rob Riggle Jokes His Way Into Fox Pilot The Gabriels

You’ve heard, “If you build it, they will come.” Well, if you make ‘em laugh, they will hire you. Case in point, comedian Rob Riggle has been making the rounds in various guest roles and his popularity has just won him the starring role in the new Fox pilot, The Gabriels.

You saw him on the big screen in 21 Jump Street. He’s done recent guest work on New Girl and The Cleveland Show. Now the Fox network has plans to put Riggle to work full-time. THR had the inside scoop of the new comedy pilot, The Gabriels.

The pilot centers around a quiet, “introverted, neurotic Wisconsin family that lives in a community of over-sharers.” Riggle will star as Ken Gabriel, “a childlike man with devilish energy.” I’ve got to say, this premise has me scratching my head. What is an over-sharer? Is that like when a co-worker shares too much information?
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Playback Finishes Dead Last at the Box Office in 2012

Playback Finishes Dead Last at the Box Office in 2012
The end of calendar year is always the start of the awards season for movie fans, with critics' top 10 lists rolling out and award nominations being handed out. However, there are a few distinct honors that no film wants to receive. Today, Project X was named as the most downloaded movie of 2012, while the Christian Slater flop Playback was named the lowest grossing movie of the year, earning just $264 at the box office. Yes, just two hundred sixty-four dollars.

Playback was released in just one theater back in March, earning a paltry $252, adding another $12 the following week for a total domestic tally of $264. Oddly enough, though, The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure fared even worse, in terms of per-screen average. Opening in 2,160 theaters this August, The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure earned an abysmal $443,901, for a per-screen average of $206. In case both Playback and The Oogieloves in the
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DVD Review - Project X (2012)

Project X, 2012.

Directed by Nima Nourizadeh.

Starring Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Nichole Bloom and Alexis Knapp.

Synopsis:

Three high school friends throw a party to build their popularity, but things soon escalate beyond their control.

Project X is one of the latest movies to try out the found footage gimmick. It worked once already this year with Chronicle and it also failed miserably this year with The Devil Inside. Does Project X join Chronicle or The Devil Inside in terms of entertainment?

In Project X we follow Thomas (Thomas Mann); it's his birthday and his best friend Costa (Oliver Cooper) plans on throwing him the biggest bash of all time. Thomas' parents are going out of town so this is a perfect time to throw a party. With the help of their friend Jb (Jonathan Daniel Brown) and A/V club member Dax (Dax Flame) filming the entire thing,
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Project X - Blu-ray Review

It may play as a prequel to the Hangover, especially when you see who produced it, but Project X has some moments of hilarity. It may be more hilarious to a younger generation as my elderly eyes kept thinking about how fast those folks. insurance company was going to drop them. Thomas (Thomas Mann) is having a birthday. Even better his parents are going out of town and leaving him in charge. This sends his pals Costa (Oliver Cooper) and J.B. (Jonathan Daniel Brown) into planning mode. Well, maybe just Costa. They plan to throw an epic party that will raise their cred in school. They even hire Dax (Dax Flame) to document the proceedings with his video
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Blu-ray Review: ‘Project X’ is Complete Waste of Time

Chicago – Do you think a dog in a bounce house is inherently funny or that a gun that shoots tequila is shocking? “Project X” is a movie for you. What’s so remarkably stupid about this truly awful flick is that its creators think there’s humor or storytelling or shock value in any of it.

Rating: 1.0/5.0

Teenagers drink. Teenagers swear. Teenagers get laid. There’s your movie. That’s literally it since there are no characters worth caring about in the slightest and the plot is as deep as “teens party” (until the final act, which just gets stupid as the creators realize they’re going to need to get totally ridiculous to write an ending). There, I saved you ninety awful minutes. Go do something actually fun like having a party of your own. Try not to piss off any drug dealers on the way there.

The Blu-ray
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Project X Pictures

M&C has added production stills from Project X . now available on DVD and Blu-ray. (L-r) Oliver Cooper as Costa, Jonathan Daniel Brown as Jb, Dax Flame (in shopping cart) as Dax, and Thomas Mann as Thomas in Warner Bros. Pictures' comedy "Project X," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Sam Urdank (L-r) Rick Shapiro as T-Rik, Oliver Cooper as Costa, Thomas Mann as Thomas, and Jonathan Daniel Brown as Jb in Warner Bros. Pictures' comedy "Project X," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Sam Urdank Nick Nervies as Tyler and Brady Hender as Everett in Warner Bros. Pictures' comedy "Project X," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Beth Dubber A scene from Warner Bros. Pictures'
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Exclusive: 21 Jump Street Blu-ray Gag Reel

Exclusive: 21 Jump Street Blu-ray Gag Reel
We have an exclusive gag reel from the hit comedy 21 Jump Street, currently available on Blu-ray and DVD. Take a look as stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum can't keep a straight face on the set in this blooper reel.

21 Jump Street - Exclusive Yeah Baby Gag Reel

Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) are more than ready to leave their adolescent problems behind. Joining the police force and the secret Jump Street unit, they use their youthful appearances to go undercover in a local high school. As they trade in their guns and badges for backpacks, Schmidt and Jenko risk their lives to investigate a violent and dangerous drug ring. But they find that high school is nothing like they left it just a few years earlier - and neither expects that they will have to confront the terror and anxiety of being a teenager again and all
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Exclusive: Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller Talk 21 Jump Street Blu-ray

Exclusive: Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller Talk 21 Jump Street Blu-ray
Phil Lord and Chris Miller Talk 21 Jump Street, on Blu-ray and DVD today!

When Phil Lord and Chris Miller set out to make 21 Jump Street, they knew they had quite a task on their hands. It's nearly impossible to convince moviegoers sight-unseen that this is more than just a cash grab designed to prey on nostalgic feelings for a young Johnny Depp and the 80s. But somehow, they managed to create an action comedy that plays fresh and new, and is quite possibly going to be remembered as the best TV-to-film adaptation to ever arrive at the box office.

Critics raved, fans cheered, bloggers tried valiantly to pass on the good word...Yet, a huge majority of you still failed to acknowledge that this is actually one movie worthy of its ticket price. The good news is, now you can rectify the situation today by purchasing either the 21 Jump Street
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Blu-ray Review: Project X

Project X

Stars: Thomas Mann, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Oliver Cooper, Dax Flame, Nichole Bloom, Alex Rose Wiesel, Alexis Knapp | Written by Matt Drake, Michael Bacall | Directed by Nima Nourizadeh

Project X is the latest opus from Todd Phillips, the man behind Old School and The Hangover, who here returns to his Frathouse roots as producer of this high-school based, shot documentary-style comedy that follows one epic night in the life of three teenagers – Thomas, J.B. and Costa – who, in order to up their rep at school, throw an out of control, balls-to-the-wall party to celebrate Thomas’ birthday. With disastrous results. And these aren’t your normal disastrous results either, not unless you class destroying a car, a house and an entire neighbourhood as normal party behaviour!

Like all good movies, Project X is not just a movie about a party that breaks out into a full-scale riot, oh no.
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Exclusive: Brie Larson Talks 21 Jump Street Blu-ray

Exclusive: Brie Larson Talks 21 Jump Street Blu-ray
Brie Larson Talks 21 Jump Street, on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, June 26th

It came as a shock, we know, but 21 Jump Street actually turned out to be an amazing experience. It still resides as the best comedy of the year, and it may just be the best TV-to-Film adaptation ever made, with maybe the exception of The Fugitive. It's taken a bit of an effort to get this fact across to the ticket buying public, but once they give into 21 Jump Street's wily ways, we know they'll be hooked.

If you refused its run in theaters, now you can catch what you missed and hit yourself in the face, screaming, "Dang! They were right! This shit is too good to pass up!" As 21 Jump Street makes its way to Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday, June 26th.

Stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play rookie cops recruited to a new division
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Review: Project X

Growing up, I went to plenty of parties, but never one when the parents were out of town. I always felt I missed out on something until I heard the time my younger cousin held such an affair, resulting in $1500 in property damage (in 1980 dollars). Call me uptight or a loser, much as Thomas (Thomas Mann), is in Project X.

Designed to be the ultimate party film, it was based on the recollections of various people who attended outrageous parties while parents were out of town. Cobbling the stories together, Michael Bacall and Matt Drake wrote a script and director Nima Nourizadeh sought out relative unknowns and total unknowns to populate the cast, giving it a fresh feel. Eight different camera systems were used including the main images purportedly shot by an Av studio Dax (Dax Flame) and cell phones given to various extras, who shot moments without others realizing it.
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