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Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove': Eli Roth's New Series Will "F--- Up an Entire Generation"

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 9, 2013 @ 1:40 PM
Netflix
While much of the anticipation for Netflix's upcoming original content ends up dominated by the May 26 release of 'Arrested Development' season 4, acclaimed director Eli Roth's new series 'Hemlock Grove' will offer subscribers horror like they've never seen before, pushing the boundaries of even cable's most mature content. The new series premieres in its entirety on April 19, but how would you like an early look at the gruesome transformations and twisted story from Eli Roth himself?

Read a Scathing 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace' Review by None Other Than Eli Roth

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by Jacob Hall March 29, 2013 @ 3:30 PM
LucasFilm
These days, it's no secret that 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace' is a fairly terrible movie, but back in 1999, the reaction was a little more mixed. These days, we know Eli Roth as the director of 'Hostel' and 'Cabin Fever,' but back in 1999 he was a writer trying to break into the industry. So what do you get when a young Mr. Roth anonymously (at the time) takes on one of the most disappointing movies ever? One of the most scathing movie reviews you'll ever read.

Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove' Releases Creepy New Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 18, 2013 @ 3:10 PM
Netflix
We're still patiently awaiting an 'Arrested Development' season 4 trailer, but in the meantime Netflix has another original offering to binge-watch over the course of a solitary weekend. The pay-streaming service will next deliver genre director Eli Roth's first foray in TV 'Hemlock Grove,' debuting all at once on April 19. We've seen a few trailers and teasers thus far, but are you ready for the the most immersive and creepy look yet at 'Hemlock Grove?'

Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove' Poster Unleashes the Monster Within

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 6, 2013 @ 11:30 AM
Netflix
Netflix might not be too direct when it comes to releasing the viewing stats of its highest-profile original series to date 'House of Cards,' but all accounts have the endeavor as a rousing success. On April 19, the pay-streaming service will strike again with a very different entry into the original programming market, the Eli Roth-helmed 'Hemlock Grove,' but will it arrive to the same acclaim? Check out the latest creepy poster from the mysterious new series, and judge for yourself inside!

'The Green Inferno' First Look: Eli Roth Shows Why You Shouldn't Save the Rainforest

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by Nick Romano February 11, 2013 @ 10:15 AM
Exclusive Media Group
Though Eli Roth is busy with the upcoming Netflix horror series 'Hemlock Grove,' delving into the freaky world of gypsy mythos, he's got another directorial effort on the horizon with 'The Green Inferno.' If you're pro saving the rainforest and all its inhabitants, you probably won't be after getting your first look of the film.

'Hemlock Grove' Trailer: Netflix and Eli Roth Conjure Up Original Horror

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 9, 2013 @ 3:41 PM
Netflix
As Netflix moves more and more into the field of original programming, their slate of upcoming series begins to look better and better. Everyone awaits the upcoming revival of 'Arrested Development,' as well as Kevin Spacey political thriller 'House of Cards,' but today the pay-streaming service has unveiled the first trailer for its forthcoming Eli Roth-helmed horror-fest 'Hemlock Grove.' Fraught with the sexy supernatural, get your first look at the upcoming series inside!

'The Man With the Iron Fists' Trailer Introduces Us to the Bronze Lion

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by Britt Hayes October 15, 2012 @ 7:57 PM
We're only weeks away from the release of RZA's 'The Man With the Iron Fists,' so it's about time we start getting to know the film's characters a little better -- like the Bronze Lion, introduced to us in the latest trailer for the upcoming martial arts actioner.

'Aftershock' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman September 9, 2012 @ 7:49 AM
Dimension Films
As an East Coaster I don't think much about earthquakes but after watching 'Aftershock' - the low budget tectonic exploitation picture from director Nicolas Lopez and producer/co-writer/co-star Eli Roth - I now have something else to be worried about.
'Aftershock' seems content to not be a game changer. By coloring within the lines it is an effective midnight movie, working best when it is simply pushing the story forward, letting the nightmare of the situation stay front and center. There isn't much in the way of scares but the gross-outs are plentiful and the overall sensation of dread is well delivered.