Tag Archives: Thomas Jane

Coming Soon To Theaters And On Demand: ‘BAD HOMBRES’

Coming soon to theaters and On Demand from director John Stalberg Jr. (Executive Decision) is a new thriller: Bad Hombres. The film stars Luke Hemsworth (Westworld – TV Series), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), and Nick Cassavetes (Face/Off). Synopsis Two undocumented immigrants who take a job digging a hole then learn …

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Interview With K Asher Levin, Writer And Director Of ‘Slayers’

I am always down for a new vampire film, especially when they’re flashy and over the top. Slayers, the latest from writer and director K Asher Levin gives us just that. Per IMDb, “A group of superstar influencers are drawn to a reclusive billionaire’s mansion only to find themselves trapped …

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Official Trailer and Key Art for K. Asher’s Horror Comedy ‘SLAYERS’


The Avenue?will release the?comedy/action/horror ?film? SLAYERS this October. The film was directed by K. Asher Levin (Cougars Inc.) who co-wrote the film with Zack Imbrogno (“The Shadow Diaries”). It stars an ensemble cast of Golden Globe® nominee Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Kara Hayward (Moonrise Kingdom), Jack Donnelly (“Atlantis”), Lydia Hearst (Z …

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Coming Soon from Director Jared Cohn: Jared Cohn’s ‘Vendetta’

Coming soon from Redbox Entertainment and director Jared Cohn (Deadlock) is a new thriller called Vendetta. The film stars Bruce Willis (The Sixth Sense), Thomas Jane (The Mist), Clive Standen (Vikings TV series), and Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy TV series). It will be available on May 17, 2022. Synopsis: …

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6 Memorable Characters from the Year of Stephen King

Yes, 2017 was the year of Stephen King and oh boy, was it a successful one! King’s stories were brought to life and all made quite a ruckus in the horror community. Whether you loved them or not, each project had memorable characters that stood out and made the watch …

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Stephen King’s ‘1922’ – Did Netflix Do It Again?

Stephen King’s 1922 is the latest of his adaptations to be tackled by Netflix. I had to sit with this one for a while before starting with this review. On one hand, 1922 is a slow burn that almost seems as if it comes to a halt at parts. On …

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