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Netflix’s ‘Black Crab’ Stars Noomi Rapace

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Netflix has announced a brand new film set to hit the streaming service, directed by Adam Berg, and now Noomi Rapace has been attached to the thriller titled ‘Black Crab’, according to Deadline.

The film is an adaptation of Swedish writer Jerker Virdborg’s thriller novel, and marks the directorial debut of Adam Berg, whose career has been in both music videos and in commercials.

According to the synopsis: “Set in a post-apocalyptic world during an endless winter, the film follows six soldiers who are sent on a dangerous mission across the frozen sea to transport a package that could finally end the war.”

Fans will remember Rapace from films such as ‘Prometheus’.

“I’m very excited to come back to Sweden and do Black Crab” Rapace said, per Deadline. “My first Swedish film in years. Can’t wait to get suited up and go on this journey – explore human shadows and slide through broken dreams and a world on edge. Survival to what price?”

 

Anthony DiMoro is the leader writer and founder of 'Fright Nerd'. DiMoro has written for popular websites such as Forbes and The Huffington Post. DiMoro cites Friday the 13th, A Nightmare On Elm Street and Halloween among his favorite horror movies of all time.

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Netflix Unveils Two Terrifying Clips from ‘No One Gets Out Alive’

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There is a lot of hype building for Netflix’s new horror ‘No One Gets Out Alive’, and to keep that momentum churning Netflix has released two brand new clips to give fans a glimpse into the terror awaiting them.

The film officially arrives on September 29th, and is already drumming up positive reviews and feedback.

Thanks to Bloody Disgusting, we now have to kick-ass clips to explore, with commentary from director Santiago Menghini:

“SHOWER”

“In this scene, Ambar (Cristina Rodlo) is beginning to understand that all is not what it seems in this house… that the bumps and creaks she hears in the night might not just be expanding pipes,” Menghini says. “They might be screams…

“I wanted to play with the use of sound to build mystery and dread. Uncertainty feeds anxiety. From this point on, it is clear something is terribly wrong with this house.”

 


“Isabella”

“This scene occurs later in the film when Ambar begins to realize that the ghosts that haunt this old house aren’t the only thing she needs to be afraid of,” Menghini said.

“This scene was great fun to design. I was always struck by the image of the sobbing woman at the end of the corridor. Should Ambar approach or run away? With this film the aim is always to keep the audience on their toes – just when they think they know what’s going on, we want to throw a new element into the mix.”

 

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Netflix Officially Announces ‘Hellbound’

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Netflix has officially announced Yeon Sang-ho’s ‘Hellbound’ which made it’s world premier at the Toronto International Film Festival and is set to premier globally on November 19th, 2021 exclusively on the streaming platform.

According to the press release: “Executors of Hell appear out of nowhere to condemn individuals to be hellbound. In the midst of this mayhem, a religious group preaching questionable truths grows in influence. The release date has been confirmed for director Yeon Sang-ho’s Hellbound.”

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‘Army of Thieves’ Drops New Trailer

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A brand new trailer has arrived for Zach Snyder’s new zombie flick ‘Army of Thieves’, which is set to serve as the prequel for the blockbuster ‘Army of the Dead’ and scheduled to arrive on Netflix on October 29th.

According to the official synopsis: “Small-town bank teller Dieter gets drawn into the adventure of a lifetime when a mysterious woman recruits him to join a crew of Interpol’s most wanted criminals, attempting to heist a sequence of legendary, impossible-to-crack safes across Europe.”

The film stars Nathalie Emmanuel, Matthias Schweighöfer, Ruby O. Fee, Stuart Martin, Guz Khan, Jonathan Cohen, and Noémie Nakai.

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