It’s another lackluster week with barely any noteworthy titles to compete for your hard-earned dollars. However, you can prepare yourselves for Wes Craven’s latest installment in the Scream franchise which is opening this week by getting your groove on with the Scream 4 soundtrack.
You’d be swaying with the likes of the franchise’s returning stars, Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courteney Cox, as well as new cast members Britt Robertson, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell, Shenae Grimes, and Lucy Hale.
Other titles this week include The Inheritance directed by Robert O’Hara and starring Golden Brooks, Keith David, DB Woodside, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Rochelle Aytes; Mask Maker directed by Griff Furst and starring Nikki Deloache, Terry Kiser, Stephen Colletti, Jonathan Breck, Michael Berrymen, Treat Williams, Mariah Bonner, and A.J. Allegra; Black Heaven directed by Gilles Marchand and starring Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet, Louise Bourgoin, Melvil Poupaud; and Mandrake directed by Tripp Reed and starring Betsy Russell, Max Martini, Benito Martinez, Nick Gomez, Jon Mack.
Scream 4 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
1. Something to Die For (The Sounds)
2. Bad Karma (Ida Maria)
3. Cup of Coffee (The Novocaines)
4. Make My Body (The Chain Gang of 1974)
5. Don’t Mess With rhe Original (Marco Beltrami)
6. Yeah Yeah Yeah (The Sounds)
7. Run dor Your Life (6 Day Riot)
8. Axel F (Raney Shockne)
9. On Fire (Locksley)
10. Devils (Say Hi)
11. Denial (Stereo Black)
12. Jill’s America (Marco Beltrami)
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Five ambitious cousins set out on a family reunion during the dead of winter. The purpose of the retreat is to secure their inheritance, a fortune that dates back many generations. Upon their arrival, Uncle Melvin (Keith David) welcomes them with open arms, but warns them to respect their family traditions. During the weekend, as each of the cousins mysteriously disappear, they learn the truth about their family legacy, blood ancestry and the ultimate sacrifice they must make in exchange for their beloved inheritance. Check out our Interviews and Photos from the premiere.
A young couple purchases a 19th century plantation home and invites friends up for the weekend to celebrate. As they dig up the mystery surrounding the death of the former residents, it becomes apparent that the plantation home’s former owners have not left, and the unlucky youths suddenly find themselves running for their lives! Check out the NSFW clip.
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A breakout selection of the midnight section of Cannes in 2010, Black Heaven is directed by an exciting new French filmmaker called Gilles Marchand. The story (featuring a terrifically sexy young cast) follows an innocent young kid, Gaspar (Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet of Love Songs), who, becoming enamored with a mysterious/gorgeous girl (Louise Bourgoin, The Girl from Monaco), is lured into “Black Hole” – a dark, obscure video game world of avatars with deadly serious intentions in the real world. Watch the trailer.
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Directed by Tripp Reed
Starring Betsy Russell, Max Martini, Benito Martinez, Nick Gomez, Jon Mack
An expedition led by adventurer Darren McCall and funded by the wealthy Harry Vargas braves the impenetrable jungle to retrieve a fabled bejeweled dagger from an ancient burial ground. But pulling the dagger from its rightful resting place awakens the beast. Part plant and part animal, the massive mandrake awakens thirsty for human blood.
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