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  • "Life Itself" Screens October 22nd at Chicago International Film Festival

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    20 Oct 2014 | 2:57 pm
    "LIFE ITSELF," director Steve James's acclaimed documentary about the extraordinary life and work of iconic film critic Roger Ebert, is coming back to Chicago for one night only at the AMC River East 21 on Wednesday, October 22nd, at 8pm, as part of the 50th Chicago International Film Festival. Don't miss your chance to see the year's most talked about documentary on the big screen. Roger Ebert may have been the most famous film critic in the world, but his story started right here in Chicago. James, the film's director, is the man behind such acclaimed documentaries as "Hoop Dreams" and…
  • ‘DWTS’ Top 5 ‘Pitbull Night’ Performances: Alfonso Ribeiro Commands His ‘Booty’ (Videos)

    Jason Hughes
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:20 am
    (Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Monday's “Pitbull Night” episode of ABC's “Dancing With the Stars.”) After an off week, Alfonso Ribeiro took command again in a season that has really come down to him against the ladies. None of the other guys remaining in the competition can hold a candle to the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star. Ironically, and sadly, Jonathan Bennett turned in what was perhaps his best yet performance with a very strong jazz routine on Monday night. Unfortunately, it was too little too late for the “Mean…
  • Theater Review: ‘Billy & Ray’ Explores the Making of ‘Double Indemnity’

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    20 Oct 2014 | 7:00 pm
    “Billy & Ray,” a play written by Mike Bencivenga and directed by Garry Marshall, looks at the film “Double Indemnity” and its writers, Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler.
  • 'Dracula Untold' exclusive featurette

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    24 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Luke Evans stars as Dracula who sells his soul and becomes forever doomed as a creature of the night.
  • Tuesday, Oct. 21 Filming Locations for Chicago Fire, Mr. Right, Batman V Superman, The Americans, Scorpion, Castle, Freeheld, & more!

    On Location Vacations
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:32 pm
    Here’s a look at what’s filming on location for Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014: If you have any scoop about where a movie or TV show is filming, let us know about it at or at! We depend on your tips to keep the site going, all of our info comes from our amazing […]
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  • "Life Itself" Screens October 22nd at Chicago International Film Festival

    The Editors
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:57 pm
    "LIFE ITSELF," director Steve James's acclaimed documentary about the extraordinary life and work of iconic film critic Roger Ebert, is coming back to Chicago for one night only at the AMC River East 21 on Wednesday, October 22nd, at 8pm, as part of the 50th Chicago International Film Festival. Don't miss your chance to see the year's most talked about documentary on the big screen. Roger Ebert may have been the most famous film critic in the world, but his story started right here in Chicago. James, the film's director, is the man behind such acclaimed documentaries as "Hoop Dreams" and…
  • Thumbnails 10/20/14

    Matt Fagerholm
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:45 am
    1."Of Gamers, Gates, and Disco Demolition: The Roots of Reactionary Rage": The Daily Beast's Arthur Chu asks, "How are YouTube videos criticizing sexist video games important enough to threaten a school shooting?"“What exactly made so many people—let’s not be coy here, so many young white men—hate disco so much? An aversion to a steady dance backbeat? A dislike of orchestral instrumentation? What? Did it really have nothing to do with the fact that disco was popularized as ‘black’ music? (Rock music was originally ‘black’ music too, of course, but in a post-Elvis era it…
  • "Ramchand Pakistani": An Odyssey of Two Worlds

    Omer M. Mozaffar
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:52 am
    Chronicling actual events, Mehreen Jabbar’s “Ramchand Pakistani” (2008) is a quiet movie about waiting. Will the family get reunited? When we wait, we hold our breath. When we hold our breath, we wonder when we can breathe again. In Hollywood movies, we expect an ending that allows us to exhale. In indie movies and foreign films, the drama heightens because we do not know any more than the characters themselves. This film is from Pakistan, by a first time filmmaker, about Indians. Meaning, unless you watch those legendary Pakistani serials, you have no idea how things will end. Ramchand…
  • Beauty In The Broken: Filmmaker Bill Morrison’s Visions of Decay Celebrated in New Box Set

    Glenn Kenny
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:15 am
    “Sublime Decay” is the phrase the arts critic and cultural entrepreneur Lawrence Wechsler coined to describe the work of filmmaker Bill Morrison, writing in the New York Times over a decade ago. It’s not an inapt term. While in the normal world of film viewing, peeling emulsion on a strip of celluloid is a sign of disintegration and potential ruin, to Morrison it’s the key to a series of different, magical images. A face nearly a century old loses half of its definition; in its place is mere blank space that a projection bulb exposes without mercy. For a normal projectionist, this is…
  • Private Violence

    Sheila O'Malley
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:31 am
    In the recent uproar following the release of the video footage showing Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Rice punching his wife Janay in the elevator, a hashtag started trending on Twitter: #WhyIStayed. Beverly Gooden, from North Carolina, did not watch the elevator footage, but heard the commentary, the overwhelming refrain being, "Why didn't she just leave?" A survivor of domestic violence herself, Gooden went on Twitter and began a series of Tweets about why she stayed. The hashtag started trending, as more and more people started sharing their stories. It made national news. HBO's new…
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  • ‘DWTS’ Top 5 ‘Pitbull Night’ Performances: Alfonso Ribeiro Commands His ‘Booty’ (Videos)

    Jason Hughes
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:20 am
    (Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Monday's “Pitbull Night” episode of ABC's “Dancing With the Stars.”) After an off week, Alfonso Ribeiro took command again in a season that has really come down to him against the ladies. None of the other guys remaining in the competition can hold a candle to the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star. Ironically, and sadly, Jonathan Bennett turned in what was perhaps his best yet performance with a very strong jazz routine on Monday night. Unfortunately, it was too little too late for the “Mean…
  • CNN, Cartoon Network Among Turner Networks Dropped by Dish During Carriage Dispute

    Jason Hughes
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:40 pm
    Dish subscribers woke up to fewer available channels on Tuesday morning, including mainstays like CNN and Cartoon Network. Turner Broadcasting and the satellite provider were unable to reach an agreement, leading to Dish dropping several Turner networks as of 2 a.m. ET Tuesday morning, TheWrap has confirmed. Among the networks dropped are HLN, Boomerang, TruTV, TCM and CNN en Espanol. “Turner has worked diligently for months to come to a fair agreement including multiple extensions and compromises, and it's unfortunate that Dish is once again operating in a disruptive manner that…
  • Peter Jackson's ‘Hobbit’ Trilogy Costs $745 Million So Far

    Jason Hughes
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:54 pm
    Peter Jackson‘s “The Hobbit” trilogy is one of the biggest box office hits of all time, and it's also one of the most expensive film productions ever undertaken. With eight months left to go before the December bow of the final chapter in the epic Middle-Earth saga, financial documents filed in New Zealand this month put the production at $745 million. See photos: 10 of Hollywood's Creepiest Demon Dolls That figure makes it the most expensive film production on record, but it is a combined total for what amounts to three separate films. Guinness World Records…
  • Alan Cumming Recalls Drunk Shia LaBeouf Grabbing His Butt at ‘Cabaret’ Performance (Video)

    Jason Hughes
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:21 pm
    Shia LaBeouf opened up last week — with a lot of detail — about the night he got arrested at a performance of “Cabaret.” Alan Cumming, the star of that performance, talked about what he remembered of that evening on TBS's “Conan” Monday night. “He was just wasted from the second he walked in,” Cumming said. “So there was an atmosphere in the [theater]. When I went down to go on stage and start the show, everyone was freaking out because there was someone who seemed to be a crazy person shouting and stuff.” See photos: National…
  • ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Latin Night Teases Steamy Romance, Breaks Up With One Couple

    Jason Hughes
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:27 pm
    (Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you have not yet seen Monday's “Pitbull Night” episode of “Dancing With the Stars” on ABC)  It was Latin Night on ABC's “Dancing With the Stars” Monday, which meant lots of hip swivels and steamy gazes into one another's eyes. But for one couple, could those gazes have even more meaning? The show is certainly teasing the possibility of a real-life romance between “Pretty Little Liars” actress Janel Parrish and her partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy. It helps that they are also one of the strongest…
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  • 'Dracula Untold' exclusive featurette

    24 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Luke Evans stars as Dracula who sells his soul and becomes forever doomed as a creature of the night.
  • 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' movie trailer

    23 Sep 2014 | 3:07 pm
    Based upon the acclaimed comic book, Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency's ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
  • 'The Judge' movie trailer

    19 Sep 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Robert Downey Jr. plays a lawyer who heads home when his father, a judge, is implicated as a murder suspect in this comedy-drama.
  • 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1' movie trailer

    16 Sep 2014 | 3:44 pm
    The Hunger Games saga continues in this sequel that finds Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) faced with a decision that could sway the fate of a nation. In the wake of the Quarter Quell, the Hunger Games have been changed forever, and Katniss ends up in District 13. Her courage having inspired a nation, the brave young heroine heeds the advice of her friends, and sets out to save Peeta (Josh Hutcherson).
  • 'The Good Lie' movie trailer

    16 Sep 2014 | 11:03 am
    Sudanese refugees given the chance to resettle in America arrive in Kansas, where their encounter with employment agency counselor forever changes all of their lives.
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  • Warner Bros. Announces 16 New Films, Including 10 DC Comics Movies and Three Harry Potter Spin-offs

    Kaitlin Thomas
    15 Oct 2014 | 4:25 pm
    Well someone's an overachiever. Warner Bros. has announced plans for 16 new films, including 10 DC Comics movies, three Lego movies, and three Harry Potter spin-offs, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Read More >Other Links From Ben AffleckHenry CavillJ.K. RowlingEzra MillerGal Gadot
  • The Maze Runner Wins the Weekend Box Office Race

    Robyn Ross
    21 Sep 2014 | 3:14 pm
    The Maze Runner won the box office race this weekend, according to Box Office Mojo. The flick, starring Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien, raked in $32.5 million in its opening weekend. Coming in the No. 2 spot was another new film, A Walk Among the Tombstones. The Liam Neeson-led movie earned $13.1 million. The ensemble piece This is Where I Leave You was right behind with $11.8 million. Get more movie scoop Read More >Other Links From Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesDylan O'BrienGuardians Of The GalaxyLet's Be CopsIf I StayDolphin Tale 2The DropNo Good…
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    Film School Rejects

  • Syfy Nurtures Bizarre ‘Sharknado’ Success By Expanding a Threequel to the Entire Eastern Seaboard

    Adam Bellotto
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:30 pm
    SyFy We’re all refreshing Sharknado‘s Twitter on an hourly basis, right? I’m going to assume that, yes, most of society is, so you probably already heard the news this morning that Sharknado 3 is real, and it already has a below-average shark pun tethered to its name: Feast Coast — okay, technically the word “feast” isn’t specifically a sharkological term, but put it in close enough proximity to the word “Sharknado” and it fits just fine. The details come from an Orlando-based Sharknado press tour, alongside the fateful Twitter…
  • ‘My Little Pony’ Movie Will Be the Little Black Sheep of Hasbro’s Hollywood

    Christopher Campbell
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Hasbro Studios It may seem obvious that a My Little Pony movie is being made. The magically friendly horses are very popular and, more importantly, are a part of the Hasbro family of toys. The company has been busy turning as many of their products into movies as they can, such as Transformers, G.I. Joe, Battleship and this month’s Ouija. There’s also Jem and the Holograms due next year and maybe eventually we’ll see the promised features based on Monopoly, Candy Land, Hungry Hungry Hippos and Tonka trucks. But one of these things is not like the other, and that’s…
  • I Have Never Seen ‘The Town That Dreaded Sundown’

    Ashe Cantrell
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    American International Pictures Ashe never got to see a ton of modern classics from his youth, so we’re making him watch them all as a nostalgia-less adult. Check out the inaugural article for more info. My Halloween journey continues. I was going to do a different film this week, but after I had so much trouble finding a copy of Monster Squad and looked to be in a similar situation with this one, I swapped with something that’s on Netflix right now for your viewing pleasure. Put pleasure in the biggest irony quote marks ever though, because this movie, well… If you’re…
  • Does Ryan Gosling Have to Star in a Superhero Movie?

    Kate Erbland
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    FilmDistrict As the search for an actor to play Marvel’s Doctor Strange rages on, a new name has been added to the mix of possible contenders (read: “actors who have name recognition and even a passing interest in being in a superhero franchise”), with Ryan Gosling joining a list that also reportedly includes Jared Leto, Justin Theroux, Keanu Reeves and Ethan Hawke. THR reports that Gosling has at least met with the Marvel team to talk about the feature, which sounds like a  nice way to pass an afternoon. This news comes on the heels of yet another big, Gosling-centric…
  • This Short Film Shows Us the Man Behind a Beautiful Nuisance

    Scott Beggs
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Daniel Borgman/The Current We’re teaming with The Current for the next two months to deliver 10 short films from 10 different directors, focused on social trends explored through cinema. The third short film, Deadbeat, feels like it might make a great alternative opening to Drive. Director Daniel Borgman decided to find a figure who none of us would normally think worthy of documentation or exploration, and he landed on a young man who cares deeply about doing skids and tire burnouts with his car. “I’m interested in the way people manage in the world we live in, what they do to…
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  • Is A Church Being Forced to Perform a Gay Wedding?

    James Peron
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:25 am
    I suspect there is a lot of misinformation about the so-called Hitching Post Wedding Chapel case. Here is how fundamentalist anti-gay crusaders at "Alliance Defending (sic) Freedom" present things: "Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit and a motion for a temporary restraining order Friday to stop officials in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, from forcing two ordained Christian ministers to perform wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples." "The government should not force ordained ministers to act contrary to their faith under threat of jail time and criminal fines," said ADF…
  • Singapore Named Lonely Planet's Top Country To Visit In 2015

    Dominique Mosbergen
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:06 am
    Singapore has clinched the number one spot on Lonely Planet’s list of the top 10 countries to visit in 2015.Praised for its multicultural diversity and wide range of attractions, the southeast Asian island nation -- which celebrates its Golden Jubilee next year -- beat out Namibia, Lithuania, Nicaragua and Ireland (ranked second to fifth, respectively) for the top spot.More...
  • A Child Is Killed By Violence Every 5 Minutes: Unicef UK

    Dominique Mosbergen
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Every five minutes, a child is killed by violence, a new report by Unicef UK said. A majority of these deaths occur outside of war zones.The report, published this week by the UK branch of the United Nations children’s agency, said that violence kills more than 340 people under the age of 20 every day around the globe. Seventy-five percent of these deaths are reportedly caused by interpersonal violence, rather than war.More...
  • How To Be A Good Friend To Other Women

    Rochelle Nelson
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:56 pm
    Do you gossip about your own friends or often have drama with them? Do you secretly get excited when one of your girlfriends puts on a few pounds? Do you harshly judge the women you love? Do others seem to betray you, or you have a hard time getting close to other women?Dr. Phil asks: Why do some women have a hard time getting along, and how can you be a better friend to other women in your life? Consider these tips:More...
  • Watch Grown Women Have A Nasty Catfight: Who's Bullying Whom? (VIDEO)

    Rochelle Nelson
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:32 pm
    Canda claims that for the past three years, she has been cyberstalked and bullied by Annette, a woman she has never even met. She says Annette is obsessed with her and is using the Internet as a tool to embarrass and humiliate her. But Annette insists Canda is the one stalking her — sending her as many as 6,000 emails in a single day and stealing her identity.The women come face-to-face for the first time on Dr. Phil’s stage. “What you’re doing is criminal,” Canda says to Annette. “You should go to jail, and I hope that you do!”More...
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  • CS Video: John Gallagher Jr. and Kate Lyn Sheil Explore The Heart Machine

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:10 pm talks to actors John Gallagher Jr. and Kate Lyn Sheill talk about their roles in Zachary Wigon's long distance relationship drama The Heart Machine.
  • The Conjuring 2 Moves to 2016

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:54 pm
    Warner Bros. Pictures has delayed their upcoming sequel to the 2013 James Wan hit The Conjuring. The tentatively-titled The Conjuring 2 will now arrive on an unspecified date in 2016. Taking the October 23, 2015 date will be an unspecified horror film.
  • Sean Bean Boards The Martian Opposite Matt Damon

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:30 pm
    Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, "Game of Thrones") has taken a role in Ridley Scott's upcoming science fiction feature The Martian. The Hollywood Reporter has the news, bringing word that Bean will play a NASA flight director opposite Matt Damon, Jeff Daniels, Kate Mara, Michael Pena, Kristen Wiig and Jessica Chastain.
  • Watch Director Peter Sohn Draw Disney•Pixar's The Good Dinosaur

    20 Oct 2014 | 4:56 pm
    In its original incarnation, Disney•Pixar's animated feature The Good Dinosaur was supposed to hit theaters this past May. That all changed last year when the formerly-attached co-helmer Bob Peterson (co-director on Up) qA removed from the project. Shortly thereafter, the release date was shifted to November 25, 2015 and word on the status of the film has been relatively quiet every since.
  • Shane Black's The Nice Guys Gets Some Bad Guys

    20 Oct 2014 | 4:13 pm
    Keith David (They Live) and Beau Knapp (Super 8) are going to be taking on Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling in writer/director Shane Black's comedic noir thriller, The Nice Guys. The Hollywood Reporter has the news, claiming that David and Knapp will play hitman partners with Knapp's character noted for being both garrulous and clumsy.
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    Movie Fanatic

  • 11 Explosive Fury Quotes: Best Job I Ever Had!

    Joel D Amos
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:46 pm
    Fury topped the box office and gave Brad Pitt another number one movie and also proved to be the biggest debut for the film’s director David Ayer. The World War II tank drama is a powerful piece of work and managed to give Pitt another set of great lines that people will be quoting for years to come. And Pitt wasn’t alone in the great quote department, he is joined by all of his co-stars including Michael Pena, Jon Bernthal, Shai LaBeouf and Logan Lerman. We culled a slew of Fury quotes and proudly present the 11 best from that riveting ensemble of actors. Ayer’s last work also gave us…
  • Insidious Chapter 3 Set Photos: Inside House of Horrors

    Joel D Amos
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:03 pm
    Given that Leigh Whannell not only starred in the first two Insidious movies, he co-wrote them and co-created the series with helmer James Wan, it’s fantastic news for fans that he’s been giving the director’s chair for Insidious Chapter 3. We’ve been given a series of behind-the-scenes photos of Whannell and his cast, including Dermot Mulroney and returning franchise fave Lin Shaye, that -- even though it’s a movie set -- are still quite scary! The plot has also come a bit into focus from Focus Features (get it?!). Looks like Elise (Shayne) reluctantly contacts the dead to aide a…
  • Most Pouplar Movie Costumes for Halloween: What Will You Wear?

    Joel D Amos
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:42 pm
    Halloween is always a terrific time of year to pay tribute to your favorite movies and favorite movie characters. Fandango recently polled over 1,000 of their ticket buyers to discover who are the top costume choices for men, women and children this October 31. So, what will we be seeing the most of this year? It appears that what people dress up as reflects the box office, and that should hardly be a surprise. Among the favorites are characters from Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and of course Angelina Jolie as Maleficent. And with Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Batman v…
  • 22 Jump Street: Coming Back to Big Screen!

    Joel D Amos
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:07 pm
    You thought 22 Jump Street was done after collecting a U.S. box office total of $191 and a global gross of $327 million? And then there’s the upcoming release of the 22 Jump Street DVD on November 18, but 22 Jump Street is heading back to movie theaters on October 24. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill will be delighting audiences once again -- after killing it with those 21 Jump Street quotes -- as they leave high school undercover work behind and head to college to try to bust a drug ring. “Clearly, audiences fell in love with these characters two years ago and this summer they showed the…
  • Steven Spielberg Making His Classics: 20 Rare Photos Revealed!

    Joel D Amos
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:41 am
    Steven Spielberg is without a doubt one of the greatest filmmakers Hollywood has ever seen. He has directed many of the most iconic movies of all-time, and his legacy is firmly cemented. Yet, he still produces glory -- such as his last effort, the Oscar winning Lincoln. We got our hands on some rare, behind-the-scenes photos of the Spielberg doing what he does best, making movies. From his first films, such as 1974’s Sugarland Express with Goldie Hawn, through Jaws, Close Encounters, Raiders of the Lost Ark… the list goes on and on and on.   Watch Jurassic Park online and you’ll see…
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  • HBO cuts cord

    Glenn Abel
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:52 pm
    The main event in streaming video looks to be HBO vs. Netflix. The veteran pay cable service confirmed plans to offer a standalone HBO streaming service in 2015. Time Warner’s HBO currently offers an online-video service, but viewers must be subscribers via cable or satellite. “It is time to remove all barriers to those who […] Click on the blue headline to read the full post at
  • ‘Crouching’ Netflix

    Glenn Abel
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:50 am
    Fifteen years after “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” dazzled Western audiences with its wuxia moves, the martial arts adventure is getting a sequel — this time, debuting on Netflix. The subscription service is teaming up for the project with arthouse veterans Bob and Harvey Weinstein. “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend” will... Click on the blue headline to read the full post at
  • ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ on Blu-ray

    Glenn Abel
    3 Jul 2014 | 8:56 pm
    The long-awaited Blu-ray of “A Hard Day’s Night” comes with the prominent subtitle: Directed by Richard Lester. Truth in packaging, as the Criterion Collection’s smashing release of the Beatles’ film puts the focus squarely on the iconoclastic director, whose vision and bravery under fire made what could have been a forgettable “jukebox... Click on the blue headline to read the full post at
  • Fuller’s ‘Big Red One’ botched on Blu-ray

    Glenn Abel
    26 May 2014 | 4:46 pm
    Sam Fuller’s “The Big Red One,” a lost platoon of a movie that was cut to shreds upon initial release, finally came home to a hero’s welcome in 2005 with the release of “The Reconstruction.” What appeared to theatrical audiences of 1980 as a ragtag chronicle of young men at war now stands tall as […] Click on the blue headline to read the full post at
  • ‘Orange’ in for 3

    6 May 2014 | 5:53 pm
    “Orange Is the New Black” has been booked for a season 3, according to social media posts from key players on the Netflix show. The women-in-prison series returns June 6 for its second season, following up on a critically acclaimed debut season. The renewal — coming before the second season — can be seen as […] Click on the blue headline to read the full post at
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  • Recommended Cinema for October 19-October 25, 2014

    Not Coming to a Theater Near You
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    This calendar is a new addition to, and is updated each Sunday with suggested screenings for the upcoming week. Currently, the calendar contains listings for , , , , , , , and . Others will be added in the future, and if you're interested in curating a calendar in your part of the world, !
  • Vernon, Florida

    Rumsey Taylor
    9 Jun 2014 | 8:44 am
    Vernon, Florida is a portrait of America’s fringes, a document of a place that seems to have remained endearingly beholden to archaic mores. This is a romantic pretense, however, and those who admire the film will almost certainly find the real-life Vernon to be far more mundane and less folksy, but its history uncharacteristically perverse and violent.
  • Burn Hollywood Burn

    David Carter
    4 Jun 2014 | 1:46 pm
    One of the most spectacular flops in history, the film effectively ended the careers of Joe Eszterhas and Arthur Hiller, and it also marked the end of its film studio, Cinergi Pictures. It’s as though the film succeeds at antagonizing those whom it satarizes, and in result it is so noxious that few have opted to encounter it.
  • Pitfall

    Thomas Scalzo
    3 Jun 2014 | 1:53 pm
    Amid stark mountains of black coal and decrepit mining towns, traitors, backstabbers, and murderers carry out their soulless machinations. For those in power, selfishness and greed are the order of the day, and for the workingman, a bitter life of endless toil is rewarded only with a bitter afterlife of endless torment. And yet, beneath the caustic social commentary that dominates the film lies an almost imperceptible championing of the incorruptibility of the human spirit, injecting this otherwise bleak forecast for humanity with a modicum of hope.
  • The Adventures of Gerard

    Ian Johnston
    2 Jun 2014 | 9:18 am
    Jerzy Skolimowski’s films of the sixties - edgy, innovative, and challenging - were so clearly part of the collective new wave sweeping national cinemas of the day that the choice of The Adventures of Gerard as the first film of his international career seems doubly perplexing; it offers almost no connections with the work that went before.
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    Coffee and Celluloid

  • GoPro’s 4K HERO4 and $129 Crash Cam

    Joey Daoud
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:19 am
    GoPro Introduces HERO4: The Most Powerful GoPro Lineup, Ever | GoPro News GoPro announced their anticipated HERO4 camera that now shoots 4K (did they plan their model numbering system years ago to coincide with the rise of 4K?). 4K for $500, not bad. How good is the quality? The release trailer with action shots from the camera says pretty frickin good. I’d say the improvement in quality is not just the resolution but the new Protune feature, letting you manually control the camera’s color, sharpness, ISO limit, and exposure. The Silver edition is $100 less. While it…
  • NASA Developing Automated Air Traffic Control System for Drones – But How to Know Where to Go?

    Joey Daoud
    1 Sep 2014 | 12:40 pm
    At NASA’s Moffett Field, about four miles from Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., the agency has been developing a drone traffic management program that would in effect be a separate air traffic control system for things that fly low to the ground — around 400 to 500 feet for most drones. Much like the air traffic control system for conventional aircraft, the program would monitor the skies for weather and traffic. Wind is a particular hazard, because drones weigh so little compared with regular planes. The system would also make sure the drones do not run into buildings,…
  • 1-Hour Photo App Brings Analog Patience to iPhone

    Joey Daoud
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:07 pm
    I’m a big fan of apps that bring back some of the restraints of analog technology that we’ve  completely forgotten with digital. Now I’m not giving up my digital cameras or editing programs any time soon, but the restraints are fun exercises in creativity and patience. 1-Hour Photo is a new app that’s pretty self explanatory from the title. Take a photo, wait 60 minutes, see your photo. Just like the old days, except you don’t have to drive down to the photo lab. Will this be my new go to photo app? No. But when you have to wait an hour to see your photo, you…
  • Experimenting with Natural Looking HDR in Zion

    Joey Daoud
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:49 pm
    When NAB wrapped in April I wanted to take a few days to explore some of the great national parks in the area. So I rented a car and did a small camping road trip through Zion and Bryce Canyon. The south of Utah is an insanely beautiful assortment of one national park after another, buffered by state parks and national forests. There’s a state park named Kodachrome, after the film stock used to capture its vibrant colors in National Geographic’s first photo series of the location. Plus there’s Arches and Canyonlands, which I had to save for another trip. While at NAB I…
  • The GH4 RAW Enigma & 4K Footage of an Owl Eating a Fish

    Joey Daoud
    4 May 2014 | 5:59 pm
    GH4 arrived on Friday. I took it out to Big Cypress National Preserve to give it a spin and play with the Panasonic 100-300mm 4-5.6 lens I rented. This isn’t a camera review post but overall the camera was great. I shot a lot of stills and some 4K video. Below you can see an owl chowing down on a fish. The stabilization is amazing – this was all handheld at 100mm or 300mm (that’d be 200mm to 600mm in 35mm). Out in the field I connected the SD card to the iPad to see what would happen. The pictures popped up along with the 4K video, which surprised me. I imported a clip and…
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  • Peter Sohn Draws a Dino in Fun Tease for Pixar's 'The Good Dinosaur'

    Alex Billington
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:16 pm
    Well hello there little friend! Pixar has a new character to introduce us to today, and his name is Arlo. He's a dinosaur, and he's a cutie, of course. Disney-Pixar has posted a short new video to their Twitter account @DisneyPixar with a message introducing us to director Peter Sohn and his lead character Arlo from The Good Dinosaur. The film was originally supposed to be out this summer, but ended up pushed back to November 2015, late next year. Word is the movie has been "dismantled" & "completely reimagined", which means we're not sure what to expect or if any of the early details…
  • Watch: Fincher, Affleck, Pike & Flynn Talk 'Gone Girl' on Charlie Rose

    Ethan Anderton
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:04 pm
    There's no doubt that Gone Girl is a hit, and it's undoubtedly of the most successful films David Fincher has ever directed, and it's likely reached audiences that otherwise might not seek out the filmmaker's work. And if you're like me, then you're hungry to hear Fincher, writer Gillian Flynn and stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike talk about the film itself. They all showed up for a chat on "Charlie Rose" and the result is a solid 36-minute discussion about the making of the film, whether the characters were likable, and of course, the film's commentary on marriage and the insane world of…
  • Eddie Murphy & 'Driving Miss Daisy' Director 'Cook' Up New Drama

    Ethan Anderton
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:19 pm
    Fans will see Eddie Murphy get back into Axel Foley mode soon enough with Beverly Hills Cop 4 on the way. Plus, there's still that Twins sequel in the works that will team him up with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito in the cleverly titled Triplets. But before he makes a couple more comedies, he's going to take some time to get into drama briefly. In what will be his first non-animated, non-comedy role since the 2006 musical Dreamgirls, Empire reports that Murphy is slated to star in Cook, a new project from Driving Miss Daisy director Bruce Beresford, that originally had Samuel L.
  • Marvel Gave Robert Downey Jr. the 'A' from Stark Tower in 'Avengers'

    Ethan Anderton
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Many lead stars of the big screen have taken mementos from the sets of various films they've worked on. It's a nice token to remember that specific time in your life. Sometimes they steal them, other times they pay for them, but sometimes the production company just decides to give them to the stars. However, we're betting that no one has a movie memento as cool as what Robert Downey Jr. received from the set of The Avengers, courtesy of Marvel. You might remember a certain "A" from the sign on the side of Stark Tower, mostly because it was the only letter leftover after the action in…
  • YouTube Personalities Turn Capitol TV District Voices for 'Mockingjay'

    Ethan Anderton
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:06 pm
    The viral marketing for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I has been pretty damn great. In addition to the traditional trailers and posters, the viral spots featuring President Snow and the rebels of District 13 interrupting them have been a great way to immerse fans into the world of Panem. Now they're going the extra mile as Lionsgate and Google have partnered to create District Voices, a five episode series that will pop up on YouTube throughout the week, intended to act as programming that citizens of Panem might see on Capitol TV. The first video went live today, and there will be a…
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  • Superhero Bits: Captain America 3, Guardians of the Galaxy, Batman v Superman, Arrow, Suicide Squad

    Germain Lussier
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:15 pm
    How can you get the Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Volume 1 on cassette tape? What did Robert Downey Jr. finally say when asked about appearing in Captain America 3? Which former X-Men villain has joined the cast of Arrow? What film does David Ayer compare Suicide Squad to? Which effects milestone will Avengers: Age of Ultron set for Marvel? Is there a problem with those Batman stamps? What exactly is being shot at Michigan State University for Batman v Superman? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. For the first time anywhere, Robert Downey Jr. talked about…
  • ‘Cabin Fever’ Remake Will Use Eli Roth’s Original Script

    Russ Fischer
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    We’re far enough away from some of the big horror moments of the last decade that reboot time is coming around for some. Cabin Fever never really caught on as a franchise — Eli Roth‘s debut film made his career as a filmmaker, but the Cabin Fever films that followed have, er, struggled. (Ti West lobbied to have his name removed from the direct sequel after producers took control of the edit, and the prequel Patient Zero has had a low-key release.) Now there’s a Cabin Fever remake brewing, which we heard about earlier this year. The new info is that Eli Roth is on board…
  • ‘Drive’ Gets a New Soundtrack for UK Broadcast

    Russ Fischer
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Part of the reason Nicolas Winding Refn‘s film Drive took on an unusual life was the film’s skillful use of music. Beyond the original electronic compositions from Cliff Martinez (The Knick, Only God Forgives), the heartbeat of the very quiet film was provided by pop and electronic songs from Kavinsky and Chromatics. Music was a more important aspect of Drive than is the case in many other films, and the movie probably wouldn’t have enjoyed the same cultural impact without those sounds. So naturally, there’s a plan to re-score Drive with entirely different pop songs.
  • Pixar’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Gets A Cute “Teaser”

    Germain Lussier
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:00 pm
    There’s no new Pixar movie in 2014, but we’ll get two from the studio in 2015. June brings Pete Docter’s Inside Out (which you can read lots about here) and then, November 25, 2015, they’ll release The Good Dinosaur. The Good Dinosaur was originally scheduled to hit theaters in Summer 2014, but a change of directors and lack of confidence in the story pushed it back over a year. New director Peter Sohn doesn’t want people to forget the film is coming, though, and released a cute, short little teaser on Twitter. Check it out below. Here’s the new Good…
  • Page 2: Harry Potter, Johnny Depp, Sandlot, Friday the 13th, Clerks, Close Encounters, Frozen, GoT, Alien, Breaking Bad

    Peter Sciretta
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: This Harry Potter Tattoo Sleeve Includes The Battle At The Ministry Identity Politics and Being “Gone” in David Fincher’s Gone Girl 8 Awesome Secrets Wes Craven Just Revealed About A Nightmare On Elm Street Mr Whaite’s Johnny Depp movie roles combined…
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    Wise Kwai's Thai Film Journal

  • Review: Fin Sugoi

    Wise Kwai
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:31 am
    Directed by Tanwarin SukkhapisitStarring Apinya Sakuljaroensuk, Makoto Koshinaka, Settapong Piangpor, Supanart Jittaleela, Nawapol LampoonReleased in Thai cinemas on September 25, 2014; rated 15+Wise Kwai's rating: 4/5Off the top of my head, I can't think of any cases where directors and their lead actresses might have shared the same shade of lipstick. But if there have been any such cinematic cosmetic collaborations, it's unlikely they were as fruitful as Love Sud Fin Sugoi (), an eye-poppingly slick romantic comedy by Tanwarin Sukkahpisit and starring Apinya Sakuljaroensuk."Saipan" Apinya,…
  • Bangkok Cinema Scene special: World Film Festival of Bangkok, October 17-26

    Wise Kwai
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:42 am
    The 12th World Film Festival of Bangkok opens this Friday at SF World Cinema at CentralWorld with Somboon, a documentary by young Thai director Krisda Tipchaimeta that follows the lives of Grandpa Somboon and Granny Miad, a couple married for 45 years. With Miad suffering from acute kidney disease, Somboon stays by her side, providing constant care.Among the highlights of the festival are entries from this year's Cannes Film Festival, including Jean Luc-Godard's latest, Goodbye to Language, an experimental 3D drama, and Mommy, by French-Canadian badboy Xavier Dolan. Both films were jury prize…
  • Fan Chan, Nang Nak, Monrak Transistor, Mysterious Object, Santi-Veena added to Registry

    Wise Kwai
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:20 am
    The Culture Ministry and the Thai Film Archive have added another 25 films to the National Film Heritage Registry, running from 1897's visit to Stockholm by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) to 2003's smash-hit childhood drama Fan Chan and including 1953's Santi-Veena, which was thought for years to be lost.The oldest entry, King Rama V visits Stockholm, is footage that was found last year. According to Film Archive director Dome Sukwong it is one of the two oldest surviving filmed records of Thais. The other, a 2011 Registry entry, is Rama V's visit to Berne, Switzerland, also in 1897, by…
  • Busan 2014: White Light, VS Service join for Open Sea Fund

    Wise Kwai
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:19 am
    Two Bangkok-based film-services companies, film editor Lee Chatametikool's White Light post-production house and the venerable VS Service, have joined to start the Open Sea Fund, which is touted as Southeast Asia's first regional film fund.Here's more from a press released issued today:Open Sea Fund is Southeast Asia’s first regional film fund. A pioneering collaboration between White Light and VS Service, Open Sea Fund will initially support two feature film projects per year – one in production and one in post-production. VS Service will provide a full camera, lighting and grip package…
  • Busan 2014: Mosquito puts Thieves, Exploding Durians, So Be It and W on autumn slate

    Wise Kwai
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    River of Exploding Durians premieres at the Tokyo film fest.Mosquito Films Distribution, the indie film shingle launched earlier this year by several prominent Thai filmmakers, is expanding its reach in Southeast Asia, announcing the addition of two Malaysian entries to its slate of titles being promoted at autumn film festivals.At Busan, the Mosquitos are touting The Second Life of Thieves by Malaysia's Woo Ming Jin, along with two new Thai features, W by Chonlasit Upanigkit and So Be It by Kongdej Jaturanrasmee. They'll also be at the Tokyo International Film Festival with River of…
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  • Toronto After Dark 2014 Review: WOLVES Takes A Bite Out Of Pretty YA Fare

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Cayden Richards had it all. He was the quarterback of his high school football team. He had a smoking hot girlfriend on his arm. Yep. Senior year was looking pretty good. But there was trouble stirring. Cayden kept having nightmares. On the football field, he let his rage take over and he seriously injured an opposing player. He gets a little grabby with his girlfriend up on make-out point. Then he wakes at home, only to find his parents slaughtered in their bedroom. Cayden hits the road and meets Wild Joe at a bar. Joe knows what Cayden is and lets him know about an isolated town…
  • Meeting The Criterion: Creeping Up On Halloween With JUDEX, SCANNERS, ERASERHEAD, And More

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Going through this year's releases to see if Criterion had something to offer for my Halloween viewing, I uncovered an embarrassment of riches. These awesome Blu-ray/DVD combos have not yet been covered here in the hallowed halls of Twitch and I'm setting out to rectify that with a series of articles leading up to the holidays. Where do the holidays start? Pshaw, anyone knows the holiday season starts with Halloween. Besides the titles mentioned above, don't forget to check out the Criterion Blu debuts of Insomnia (1997) and The Vanishing (1988), as well as the magnificent Blu of…
  • Kyoto 2014: Yakusho Koji Takes The Newly-Established Mifune Toshiro Award

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    The new-look Kyoto International Film and Art Festival closed its doors last night with a ceremony featuring a look back into the golden age of Japanese cinema. The ceremony was highlighted by on-stage appearances from Mifune Shiro, son of the legendary Mifune Toshiro, and Nogami Teruyo, production assistant and script supervisor to Kurosawa Akira. Shiro, who spoke of his father being a quiet, contemplative man at home, quite different from the ferociously energetic individual he appeared on screen, was there to award the newly established 'Toshiro Mifune Award' to actor Yakusho Koji.
  • Valdivia 2014 Review: BEAVERLAND Starts A Controversial Discussion

    20 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    There are documentaries out there made to put forward a choice or a point of view, films made to make a statement on what we do as a society. Some of them even try to do something to change the portion of society that it is trying to portray. I even like some of them.I mean, when they started, they were well done and well constructed think-pieces; they represented someone's POV; they were auteur pieces, like the films of Michael Moore, that whatever position you stand on, must still be applauded as movies that are well constructed and edited in a powerful way, with great scripts and means to…
  • Busan 2014 Review: YOU (US) ME Finds Beauty In Deplorability

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    Max Sobol's début directorial feature You (Us) Me is a fast paced, funny, shocking, tragic and ultimately cogent view of dysfunctional relationships at their extreme.Edward is a serial killer, stalking the dark canals and abandoned parts of London to quickly dispatch various young women. For him it is a release and a compulsion that certainly brings no joy in his life. His mundane day job provides him with a functional existence but he can barely focus between stalking his next victim and receiving frequent calls from his extremely overbearing mother. Strangely, Edward is a likeable enough…
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    Are You Screening?

  • Marry Me Review – TV NBC

    Marc Eastman
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:08 am
    Casey Wilson and Ken Marino are perfectly matched, niche comedians, and NBC‘s latest effort, Marry Me, looks to be a vehicle perfectly constructed for them. Of course, that still leaves open the question of whether or not people are going to jump on board. Brought to you by one of the writers of Happy Endings, and obviously with one of its stars, the show has a connection to the comedic stylings of that show, but clearly pulls from the “cornier” comedic abilities of Wilson and Marino. Also like Happy Endings, the show’s only chance at survival is to run as far and as…
  • Two New Nightcrawler Clips Help Show Off The Crazy

    Marc Eastman
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:07 pm
    Off all the options heading your way as Halloween approaches, Nightcrawler looks to be the oddest, and creepiest. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a man who may or may not have a screw loose, but definitely has his eye on making his own way in the world. With apparently few options, he sets off to create his own job as a crime journalist, and things soon get rather hairy. The film has released two new clips, and they show off Gyllenhaal’s ability to convince us that maybe he finds it a little too easy to be very weird. Check them out below, and make sure you catch this one.   NIGHTCRAWLER…
  • The Judge Trailer Will Pull You Into The Theater

    Marc Eastman
    10 Oct 2014 | 5:41 pm
    The Judge is hitting on October 10th, and the cast alone should get you to theaters. Robert Downey Jr., who brought a certain gravity to the charm of Iron Man, which has helped make those films so successful, returns to a more dramatic role. As Hank Palmer, Downey Jr. finds himself in the middle of several emotional tangles when he has to return to the small town he left for New York City, and is forced to reconnect with his estranged father (Robert Duvall). That would make for a rough enough time out from Hank’s life as a big time attorney, but Hank not only has to interact with his…
  • Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Hits December 9th With Plenty Of Bonuses

    Marc Eastman
    8 Oct 2014 | 1:23 pm
    Guardians of the Galaxy managed to take over the box office, and deliver a pretty solid effort (which was surprising, because it looked silly), and the home release has a lot of great bonus content in store for you. It’s going to hit on December 9th, with plenty of time for holiday shopping, but for those who can’t wait, it’s available digitally on November 18th. Get the full scoop below, and mark your calendars for this one.   MARVEL’S GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Get it First on Digital HD plus Disney Movies Anywhere November 18th, and on Blu-ray™ 3D Combo Pack,…
  • American Horror Story Freak Show Review – FX TV

    Marc Eastman
    8 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    American Horror Story Freak Show Review American Horror Story, like a number of other shows in recent years, is at this point more involved in a certain gamification of television content production than anything that is especially similar to story construction. While the usual course is that shows either kick off with this sort of theory in mind, or slowly succumb to the allure of an easy ratings/effort ratio, AHS, because of its “season” format, gives us both. The first season, while solidly in the campy horror genre, laid out some interesting characters who were set on the…
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    DAILY FILM DOSE: A Daily Film Appreciation and Review Blog

  • Gone Girl

    Alan Bacchus
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:01 pm
    If you were to simply describe the plot of Gillian Flynn’s pulpy bestseller it would come off as an outrageous Joe Eszterhas-style potboiler ripped from the era of early 90’s sexual thrillers. But when orchestrated by a master of the genre, at the top of his game, where other filmmakers would have made this picture into a sloppy ham-fisted mess, David Fincher makes two and half hours a completely engrossing experience, terrifying and witty in equal measure and self-aware enough not to take itself too seriously.Gone Girl (2014) dir. David FincherStarring: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Kim…
  • All That Jazz

    Alan Bacchus
    17 Sep 2014 | 1:42 pm
    The influence of Fellini’s 8 ½ is clear in Bob Fosse’s own memoir-like fictional film. The story of a theatre director under immense pressure to make his next show a hit, while under the usual pressures of the business, told with a mixture of fantasy and realism is cut from the same mould as Fellini’s great picture. The creative evolution of Fosse’s work from 'Sweet Charity', 'Cabaret' and 'Lenny' seems to culminate in this overly ambitious yet invigorating explosion of cinema.All That Jazz (1979) dir. Bob FosseStarring: Roy Scheider, Jessica Lange, Leland Palmer, Ann ReinkingBy Alan…
  • Insomnia

    Alan Bacchus
    22 Aug 2014 | 8:58 am
    While Erik Skjoldbjærg built upon the established cinematic traditions of procedural crime thrillers, in the light of the recent trend of atmospheric crime procedurals such as True Detective, The Killing, Prisoners, 1997’s Insomnia, in hindsight looks to be a direct aesthetic antecedent  for these other more successful pictures/series.Insomnia (1997) dir. Erik SkjoldbjærgStarring: Stellan Skarsgård, Maria Mathiesen, Sverre Anker OusdalBy Alan BacchusInsomnia was by no means an unsuccessful picture, the film received a prestigious slot at the Toronto International Film Festival,…
  • Pickpocket

    Alan Bacchus
    4 Aug 2014 | 9:05 am
    The Bresson brand of neo-realism is perhaps exemplified best with this unconventional character study of a Parisian thief desperately in need to self-fulfillment. Remarkably Bresson's seemingly simple approach uncluttered by the elements of traditional cinematic narrative allows the master filmmaker to create as much uncompromising tension as anything in Alfred Hitchcocks's filmography. Pickpocket (1959) dir. Robert BressonStarring: Martin La Salle, Marika Green, Pierre Leymarie, Dolly Scal, Jean PelegriBy Alan BacchusOpening text strangely describes the story and theme we're about to see…
  • Noah

    Alan Bacchus
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:48 pm
    After rebooting his career with two small scale earth-bound pictures, The Wrestler and Black Swan, to my surprise Aronofsky launched back into big idea cinema with the previously unfilmed biblical story of Noah and the Great Flood. It’s a strange mix of epic swagger and Hollywood heroism and the intellectual cinematic gymnastics which Aronofsky has been known for. Ultimately it’s mildly rewarding and nothing of the intense feelings of emotion he made his name for in his more successful pictures.Noah (2014) dir. Darren AronofskyStarring: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connolly, Emma Watson, Logan…
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    Reel Reviews Radio

  • Reel Reviews – Sleepaway Camp

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Reel Reviews #64: “Meet me at the waterfront, after the social.” Celebrate Reel Reviews’ 10th anniversary podcast by following along as Angela goes to camp for the first time. Problem is, not all the kids come home. A fun low budget slasher film made with care and attention. Get ready for classic early 80’s horror entertainment. “If she were any quieter, she’d be dead!” Download from the AOL servers: Reel Reviews – Sleepaway Camp (16:50 min 16MB) Sleepaway Camp – BluRay/DVD at Amazon IMDB The post Reel Reviews – Sleepaway Camp appeared…
  • Custom Branded Short Domains

    18 Sep 2014 | 8:32 am
    The post Custom Branded Short Domains appeared first on Reel Reviews Radio.
  • Reel Reviews – Dirty Harry

    23 Dec 2008 | 2:36 am
    Reel Reviews #63: “Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?” Time to go back to a classic “Lone Cop” thriller to dig a little deeper and see why Harry Callahan continues to deliver. “Well, I’m all broken up over that man’s rights!” Download from the AOL servers: Reel Reviews – Dirty Harry (20:43 min 19MB) Dirty Harry – DVD at Amazon IMDB The post Reel Reviews – Dirty Harry appeared first on Reel Reviews Radio.
  • Reel Reviews – The King of Kong

    17 Feb 2008 | 1:30 am
    Reel Reviews #62: “I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t do drugs… I play video games.” A fascinating documentary about the pursuit for the world championship Donkey Kong score. A true David and Goliath tale that keeps sucking you in the whole time. Find out “what happens when a loser who needs to wins, faces a winner who refuses to lose.” Download from the AOL servers: Reel Reviews – The King of Kong (15:19 min 14.2MB) The King of Kong – DVD at Amazon IMDB The post Reel Reviews – The King of Kong appeared first on Reel Reviews…
  • Reel Reviews – Thank You For Smoking

    3 Apr 2007 | 7:43 pm
    Reel Reviews #61: “Michael Jordan plays ball. Charles Manson kills people. I talk.” A great comedy that takes a hard look at political correctness with a good dose of social satire. Time to follow Nick Naylor, big tobacco’s chief lobbyist. “We don’t sell Tic Tacs, we sell cigarettes. And they’re cool, available, and *addictive*. The job is almost done for us.” Download from the AOL servers: Reel Reviews – Thank You For Smoking (18:20 min 12.7MB) Thank You for Smoking – DVD at Amazon IMDB The post Reel Reviews – Thank You For Smoking…
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    Box Office Mojo - Top Stories

  • 'Fury' Topples 'Girl,' 'Birdman' Soars in Limited Release

    19 Oct 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Brad Pitt's Fury was able to usurp first place from Gone Girl this weekend, though it was a closer race than anticipated.Meanwhile, Birdman opened at four locations in New York and Los Angeles and scored one of the best per-theater averages ever for a live-action movie.Opening at 3,173 theaters, Fury rolled in to first place this weekend with $23.7 million. This debut is in the same general ballpark as movies like Captain Phillips ($25.7 million), Act of Valor ($24.5 million) and The Monume...
  • 'Guardians' Passes 'Captain America,' 'Spider-Man' Sequels

    19 Oct 2014 | 12:01 pm
    Guardians of the Galaxy was back on top of the international box office this weekend; the movie added $23.1 million for a new total of $405 million. Most of that came from China, where Guardians eased 28 percent to $22.3 million. Reports that bad subtitles were causing poor word-of-mouth seem to be unfounded. To date, Guardians has earned $69 million in China, and has a legitimate shot at ultimately reaching $100 million.The 10th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has now grossed $733 m...
  • Friday Report: 'Fury' Rolls in to First Place on Friday

    18 Oct 2014 | 9:05 am
    On a somewhat quiet day at the box office, Brad Pitt's Fury easily took first place with $8.8 million.That debut is a bit higher than last October's Captain Phillips ($8.5 million), and also noticeably better than The Monuments Men ($6.9 million). Still, it's way off from recent R-rated hits The Equalizer ($12.5 million) and Gone Girl ($13.2 million). For the weekend, Fury is on track to earn $24 to $27 million.Entering its third weekend, Gone Girl eased 32 percent to an estimated $5.55 mil...
  • Forecast: 'Fury' to Invade Top Spot at the Box Office This Weekend... >

    16 Oct 2014 | 5:48 pm
    World War II tank movie Fury will almost certainly take the top spot away from two-time winner Gone Girl this weekend. Meanwhile, The Book of Life and The Best of Me are also opening nationwide.Playing at 3,173 theaters, Fury stars Brad Pitt as the leader of an American tank crew making their way through Germany as the second World War draws to a close.With the exception of 2012's Killing Them Softly-which was an odd, dark crime drama-Pitt has been on a strong run lately as a leading man. T...
  • Forecast (cont.): 'The Best of Me,' 'Men, Women & Children,' 'Birdman'

    16 Oct 2014 | 3:55 pm
    << Continued from "Weekend Forecast"Opening at 2,936 theaters, The Best of Me is the ninth Nicholas Sparks adaptation to hit the big screen. Sparks adaptations have been fairly consistent-the last four movies opened between $16 million and $30.5 million. However, the highest-grossing entry remains 2004's The Notebook, which ended its run with just north of $81 million.The Best of Me seems to fit nicely in to the Sparks playbook. It's a romance (of course), and poster...
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    Movie Reviews

  • Movie review: 'Yogananda’ gave yoga, meditation to America

    By David Lewis
    16 Oct 2014 | 1:06 pm
    Sometimes these goals get in each other’s way in this reverential yet long-overdue documentary, which examines a figure who came to America in the 1920s and went on to inspire people around the world. Directors Paola Di Florio and Lisa Leeman have lots to work with here: excellent archival footage and a bevy of testimonals from such luminaries as Deepak Chopra and the late George Harrison. (Copies of Yogananda’s book were handed out at Steve Jobs’ memorial service.) Though some of these commentaries come off as cheerleader-ish, for the most part they are interesting and provide useful…
  • 'The Best of Me’ review: Some of the worst of Nicholas Sparks

    By Michael Ordoña
    16 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Dawson Cole. Because of course. Welcome back to the world of Nicholas Sparks, with its kisses in the rain and unconvincing obstacles. The rough saint from the wrong side of the tracks and the princess who must watch him suffer; the tortured contrivances that keep them apart; some disaster intended as a surprise; and lots and lots of violins. Rest assured, some awful happenstance will keep them apart until they become Marsden and Monaghan, and then there will be an even more improbable plot device in the stars. [...] you know, fate. Despite all this, and some real howlers in the breathless…
  • 'Lilting’ review: Together in grief: his mom, his mate

    By Thomas Lee
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    In this sympathetic film from writer-director Hong Khaou, Richard (Ben Whishaw) and Kai (Andrew Leung) have been living together for four years, but Kai is too afraid to tell his mother, Junn (Pei-pei Cheng), whom he has just settled into a home for senior citizens. Lilting” works because of the superb performances from its two leads, especially Whishaw, whose tortured gloom offers a striking contrast to the cool, unflappable “Q” role he presented in “Skyfall. [...] in some surprising ways, “Lilting” is not really about homosexuality but rather how loneliness and fear are human…
  • 'The Book of Life’ review: Bursting with la vida

    By Michael Ordoña
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    The vibrant animated feature “The Book of Life” is a cheeky celebration of Mexican folklore with a solid cast, an irreverent sensibility and gorgeous visuals. The colors, the music, the vocal performances and the wild visual imagination all feel as if those making it were having actual fun. In his feature debut, writer-director Jorge R. Gutiérrez (who designed the ornate characters with his wife, animator-painter Sandra Equihua) takes a devil-may-care attitude with everything from his musical choices — largely mariachi-fied versions of pop songs such as Radiohead’s “Creep” — to…
  • 'Fury’ review: Brad Pitt in command of World War II epic

    By Mick LaSalle
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    Awash in millennial optimism, living in peace and prosperity, Americans enjoyed contemplating the struggles that defined their parents’ and grandparents’ lives. In “Fury,” as the crew, led by their Sergeant (Brad Pitt), rolls into headquarters, writer-director David Ayer cuts to images of the surroundings, such as a forlorn steer, separated from the herd, and a bulldozer pushing bodies into a mass grave. Ayer is best known as the screenwriter of “Training Day,” and, in an odd way, “Fury” bears a family resemblance to it. The story is mainly told from the standpoint of the…
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    MarketSaw - 3D Movies, Gaming and Technology

  • Five More HOBBIT Character Posters!

    15 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
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    9 Oct 2014 | 2:10 pm
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  • Fall Stereographer Interview Series - EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS's JAMES GOLDMAN

    8 Oct 2014 | 6:58 pm
    Our Fall Stereographer Series continues and has a great list of the world's best stereographers and technicians. Our goal is to enlighten you about the modern stereographer, his/her role in major... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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  • First Teaser Trailer for Pixar's INSIDE OUT

    2 Oct 2014 | 5:35 pm
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  • Questions surrounding open access licensing

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:30 pm
    Open access (OA) publishing stands at something of a crossroads. OA is now part of the mainstream. But with increasing success and increasing volume come increasing complexity, scrutiny, and demand. There are many facets of OA which will prove to be significant challenges for publishers over the next few years. Here I’m going to focus on one — licensing — and discuss how the arguments seen over licensing in recent months shine a light on the difference between OA as a movement, and OA as a reality. Today’s authors face a number of conflicting pressures. Publish in a high…
  • Place of the Year 2014: behind the longlist

    Connie Ngo
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:30 am
    Voting for the 2014 Atlas Place of the Year is now underway. However, you still be curious about the nominees. What makes them so special? Each year, we put the spotlight on the top locations in the world that make us go, “wow”. For good or for bad, this year’s longlist is quite the round-up. Just hover over the place-markers on the map to learn a bit more about this year’s nominations. Make sure to vote for your Place of the Year below. If you have another Place of the Year that you would like to nominate, we’d love to know about it in the comments section. Follow…
  • Race, sex, and colonialism

    20 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    As an Africanist historian committed to reaching broader publics, I was thrilled when the research team for the BBC’s genealogy program Who Do You Think You Are? contacted me late last February about an episode they were working on that involved the subject of some of my research, mixed race relationships in colonial Ghana. I was even more pleased when I realized that their questions about shifting practices and perceptions of intimate relationships between African women and European men in the Gold Coast, as Ghana was then known, were ones I had just explored in a newly published American…
  • Preparing for the International Law Weekend 2014

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    The 2014 International Law Weekend Annual Meeting is taking place this month at Fordham Law School, in New York City (24-25 October 2014). The theme of this year’s meeting is “International Law in a Time of Chaos”, exploring the role of international law in conflict mitigation. Panel discussions will examine various aspects of both public international law and private international law, including trade, investment, arbitration, intellectual property, combatting corruption, labor standards in the global supply chain, and human rights, as well as issues of international organizations and…
  • Neurology and psychiatry in Babylon

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:30 am
    How rapidly does medical knowledge advance? Very quickly if you read modern newspapers, but rather slowly if you study history. Nowhere is this more true than in the fields of neurology and psychiatry. It was believed that studies of common disorders of the nervous system began with Greco-Roman Medicine, for example, epilepsy, “The sacred disease” (Hippocrates) or “melancholia”, now called depression. Our studies have now revealed remarkable Babylonian descriptions of common neuropsychiatric disorders a millennium earlier. There were several Babylonian Dynasties with their capital at…
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    Observations on film art

  • Adieu to Vancouver 2014

    17 Oct 2014 | 2:33 pm
    Jauja. Kristin here: The Vancouver International Film Festival ended this past Friday. I had hoped to post a wrap-up entry over the weekend, but illness intervened. Herewith a summary of several films I enjoyed this year.   Too clever by half Some films are obviously and thoroughly pretentious. This year Field of Dogs (Lech Majewski, 2014) fell into that category. I had had high hopes for it, since I very much liked Majewski’s The Mill & the Cross at the 2011 festival. Unfortunately, it’s a completely different film, overcomplicated and, for me, nearly unwatchable. Two…
  • Ode to the New Beverly; and a downbeat coda

    15 Oct 2014 | 3:04 pm
    Out of Print (2014). DB here: Out of  Print is a new documentary (on 35!) by Julia Marchese about a hallowed Los Angeles theatre, the New Beverly. The film has gone up on Vimeo here. It’s a portrait of a theatre and its history. It’s also a portrait of a team that is a community that is a family that is a way of life for hundreds of people. The film includes interviews with Joe Dante, Stuart Gordon, and other friends of our blog. After she finished the film, Ms Marchese found herself in a very different situation at the theatre. She explains here. We haven’t heard the last…
  • Middle-Eastern fare at VIFF

    8 Oct 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Winter Sleep. Kristin here: Iranian cinema moves on Maybe it’s just the particular selection of Iranian films at this year’s festival, but I sensed a shift from the ones we’ve seen in previous years. Last year I titled one of my entries “Familiar Middle-Eastern filmmakers return to Viff.” This year familiar names are missing, including Kiarostami, Panahi, Rasoulof, and Farhadi. (Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s new feature, The President, was at Venice but not here at VIFF.) Moreover, all three of the Iranian fiction features this year depart from some conventions…
  • Here be dragons, and tigers

    6 Oct 2014 | 4:39 pm
    Revivre. DB here: My first visit to the Vancouver International Film Festival back in 2005 was at the invitation of Tony Rayns, programmer of the Dragons and Tigers series. That series included both new films by established directors and a batch of first or second features by beginners. Tony asked me to be on the jury for the young D & T award. I enjoyed working on that jury, which consisted of old friend Li Cheuk-to of the Hong Kong Film Festival and new friend Gerwin Tamsma of the Rotterdam fest. We gave the prize to Liu Jialin’s Oxhide, and it’s been gratifying to track her career…
  • The World comes to Vancouver

    3 Oct 2014 | 7:34 pm
    The Golden Era. Kristin here: One of the great pleasures of the Vancouver International Film Festival is the ability it provides for a quick trip around the world, especially to countries whose films are seldom seen in a non-festival setting. In one day I was able to see an Algerian film and one from the Ivory Coast. It struck me that both of them reflected how far digital filmmaking has come in small producing countries. When digital cameras came on the scene, they were hailed as a way for people in nations with little or no filmmaking infrastructure to create movies. The results,…
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    B-Lines and Felines

  • The Diary of Mr Kain: Week #3

    Dave Brown
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    Monday Beard Face is progressing with Dexter, many years after the rest of us finished the show and lamented the awful ending. Beardy is still on Season One and so far he’s struggling. He keeps singing The Beatles’ Lovely Rita whenever Dexter’s girlfriend is on, he thinks Deb looks weird and he’s confused that the Ice Truck Killer has yet to murder an ice truck. That’s the level of simplicity that Frizzy Hair is having to deal with here. Bless her. She’s has far more patience than most people. Tuesday Today marked the long-awaited return of The Apprentice…
  • Masterpieces #29: Tomb Raider

    Dave Brown
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:34 am
    About Tomb Raider (1996)Adventurer Lara Croft has been hired to recover the pieces of an ancient artefact known as the Scion. With her fearless acrobatic style she runs, jumps, and swims her way toward the truth of it’s origins and powers–leaving only a trail of empty tombs and gun-cartridges in her wake. On this trail are the most breath-taking 3-D worlds yet seen–where exploration, puzzle and platform elements blend in a seamless real-time environment.   Amazon US Amazon UK Tomb Raider (1996) I don’t recall the day when I first heard about Tomb Raider but I do…
  • The Diary of Mr Kain: Week #2

    Dave Brown
    12 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Monday I watched Beard Face peg the washing out today. It took him 37 attempts to put one bed sheet on the line. The complex task of folding it in half and placing it evenly over the line was clearly beyond the old boy. I could have watched this spectacle for the remainder of the day but opted to do something more gratifying such as knocking a pen off a table or purposefully missing the litter tray just to annoy my owners. Tuesday Gordon Ramsay’s Costa Del Nightmares was an improvement this week. We at least returned to Spain but spent the episode in a restaurant where the lift…
  • The Diary of Mr Kain: Week #1

    Dave Brown
    5 Oct 2014 | 8:31 am
    After months in the wilderness I have finally decided to resume my diary. A lot has changed since I last checked in. For one, we have moved house which has gone better than I expected. Had the move amounted to more than 20 miles though it may just have been possible to jettison Beard Face but, alas, the old boy still remains with us like an unidentifiable stain on the wall that no cleaning product will shift. Each week I’ll offer a summary of the goings on in the Brown household. There will be laughs, tears, maybe some flatulence and there’s bound to be the odd incident where…
  • Masterpieces #28: The World According to Garp

    Dave Brown
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:43 am
    About The World According to Garp (1978)This is the life and times of T. S. Garp, the bastard son of Jenny Fields–a feminist leader ahead of her times. This is the life and death of a famous mother and her almost-famous son; theirs is a world of sexual extremes–even of sexual assassinations. It is a novel rich with “lunacy and sorrow”; yet the dark, violent events of the story do not undermine a comedy both ribald and robust. In more than thirty languages, in more than forty countries–with more than ten million copies in print–this novel provides almost…
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  • Octobers’ Finest!

    Asaf_and _Barak
    28 Sep 2014 | 2:36 am
    It’s October, the 10th month of the year and we’ve got 10 recommendations for you! We’ve got 5 movies and 5 TV shows for you to try. You’ll cry, you’ll laugh, you’ll get excited and you’ll experience all possible human emotions! Well, maybe that’s a bit stretching it but you’ll definitely be entertained… Ready? These are October’s Finest! Movies: Gone Girl – For those looking for critically acclaimed psychological thrillers. What? October brings with it  an Oscar breeze and here’s ‘Gone Girl’ which gets an Oscar buzz from previous screenings. David…
  • September’s Finest!

    Asaf_and _Barak
    31 Aug 2014 | 1:58 am
      Remember remember the 1st of September! For it marks the end of blockbuster season! For it marks the beginning of the end of summer! For it marks the date of our monthly blog about the best TV shows and movies coming at you this month! 8 TV shows, 8 movies. Let’s dance – These are Septembers’ Finest! Movies: The Identical – For those who love periodic music dramas.   What? –  A captivating and sentimental story about two twins, separated at birth, who years later find their paths collide on a tragic turn of events. Can music heal all wounds? When? 5.9 Who? Ray Liotta,…
  • August’s Finest!

    Asaf_and _Barak
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:14 am
    As we all know, Summer is the blockbuster season. The films with the biggest budget, biggest special effects and biggest marketing campaigns. This month we decided to pay more attention to the smaller budget films that might slip under you radar. Some of which only come out on limited release but you can mark them on your wish list for the future. For all you TV fans out there, check out the section below with all the whos and whats that are coming soon. So here we go, this is August’s Finest! Movies: Calvaryfor fans of the McDonagh brothers. What? A goodhearted priest is threatened during…
  • Jinni World Cup Final

    8 Jul 2014 | 5:09 am
    We are at the finish line of Jinni’s film World Cup. During the last three weeks or so, we have seen many a film from many a nation battle it out for the honor of being crowned the greatest cinematic nation in the world. And now, the end is near, and so we face the final curtain… But before the final, let’s see what happened in the third place match, where Italy’s emotional  La nostra vita opposed Japan’s rough Outrage. Sorry Japan, but violence is not always the answer, and Italy claims the victory, and the title of the third best cinematic nation in the world! And now for the…
  • Jinni World Cup 3rd Place Match

    7 Jul 2014 | 4:36 am
    Hello and welcome to Jinni’s World Cup, the ultimate film tournament that will crown the greatest cinematic nation in the world. We are edging closer to the end of this tournament, much as the soccer tournament in Brazil. The only difference – reading this doesn’t take 120 goalless minutes. the semi-finals are over. In the first semis match Korea beat Italy, while in the second, Belgium’s Dardenne brothers tried to prevent an All-Asian final from Japan’s Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Their efforts were not in vain, as the small and surprising Belgians advance to the Final. But today, we…
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  • TV Review: THE KNICK: Season 1, Episode 9: The Golden Lotus [Cinemax]

    Eden Tirl
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:33 pm
      Cinemax’s The Knick The Golden Lotus TV Show Review. The Knick: Season 1, Episode 9: The Golden Lotus found our good Dr. John Thackery (Clive Owen) breaking into a Greenwich Village pharmacy, desperately scrounging for cocaine and shooting up just before being caught by the cops. This, the wretched downward spiral [...]Continue reading: TV Review: THE KNICK: Season 1, Episode 9: The Golden Lotus [Cinemax]

    Rollo Tomasi
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:48 am
      The Mortal Instruments, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, and other TV productions have made recent TV show casting, TV movie casting, and TV directing news. These shows and movies air on NBC and HBO. Hannibal (NBC) Tao Okamoto (Wolverine) is set for a major guest-starring [...]Continue reading: TV Casting: MORTAL INSTRUMENTS, GAME OF THRONES, Tao Okamoto in HANNIBAL
  • X-MEN: APOCALYPSE (2016): Tom Hardy Eyed to Play Apocalypse

    Mufsin Mahbub
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:11 am
      Tom Hardy Being Considered to Play Apocalypse in X-Men: Apocalypse. Knowing that Apocalypse would be the main villain in Bryan Singer’s next X-Men film, fans have been wondering who would play the all-powerful mutant. Well, rumors have been swirling that Tom Hardy is being targeted for the role. Tom Hardy [...]Continue reading: X-MEN: APOCALYPSE (2016): Tom Hardy Eyed to Play Apocalypse
  • AQUAMAN (2018): Jason Momoa Talks About Playing Aquaman

    Mufsin Mahbub
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:05 am
      Jason Momoa Speaks About Being Cast as Aquaman. It was only a week ago that Warner Bros. announced their line-up of DC films between 2016 to 2020, and Aquaman was one of them. At the same time, the studio confirmed Jason Momoa’s casting as the King [...]Continue reading: AQUAMAN (2018): Jason Momoa Talks About Playing Aquaman
  • Film Term of the Week: Continuity Cut

    Rollo Tomasi
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:45 am
      Continuity Cut 1. These are cuts that take us seamlessly and logically from one sequence or scene to another. This is an unobtrusive cut that serves to move the narrative along. Source: Wikipedia Continue reading: Film Term of the Week: Continuity Cut
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  • Gone Girl Movie Review (4/4 Stars)

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:14 pm
    "What are you thinking? What are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?" David Fincher never disappoints as always. The plot focuses on Nick Dunne and his popular wife Amy. It's a typical slow-burner at first but once the story unfolds abut the 2 main characters it gets very interesting. His style of direction here reminded me of classic films such as Psycho (in ter... read more
  • Fury (2014) Movie Review (3/4 Stars)

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:06 pm
    World War 2 has been beaten to death by Hollywood, and it’s no wonder why. Old people love the heck out of WW2. You can hardly turn on the History channel without seeing a documentary on the subject, and at least one big movie set in the time and place comes out every year. The war on Hitler is definitely making its money back. Fury is the latest in the WW2 series, but it’s a lot less patro... read more
  • Fury (2014) Movie Review (3.5/4 Stars)

    17 Oct 2014 | 11:49 pm
    'Fury' is one of the best war films I've seen in a long time. Half of the reasoning is due to the non-typical story. It's a small, intimate piece centering on the efforts of one team. Five terrific actors lay claim to honest camaraderie. Together, they become one unstoppable force. Impactful drama surfaces in situations and dialogue that do away with the usual cliched speeches. There's no p... read more
  • Annabelle Movie Review (1/4 Stars)

    13 Oct 2014 | 2:58 pm
    John R. Leonetti directed this movie, and if you don't know what other movies he did, well he did such movies as: Mortal Kombat: Annihilation and The Butterfly Effect 2. Yeah this is going to be painful talk about. Annabelle is about a husband tracks down a vintage doll in a white dress. But after a Satanic cult breaks in and terrifies the couple, they leave behind something else - and Annabel... read more
  • Annabelle Movie Review (4/4 Stars)

    13 Oct 2014 | 6:49 am
    Annabelle Wallis is just perfection in this horror flick. Has the horrific elements of Paranormal Activity, Chucky and The Exorcist. Pacing was wonderful and the screenplay was provocative. Definitely way better than The terms of the fear factor. So many tense moments especially the latter part of the film. Definitel one of the best films of its genre, it may be saying too much ... read more
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  • Adelaide Kane Relates The Devil’s Hand to the Fight for Gender Equality

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Adelaide Kane is ruling the CW in their historical drama “Reign,” based on the life of Mary, Queen of Scots. But before playing a queen, Kane played Ruth, a tragic girl who grows up in a religious cult and is listed as part of an evil prophesy in the horror film “The Devil’s Hand.” The film also stars Alycia Debnam Carey as Mary, another girl involved in the prophesy and suffers from strange visions. ShockYa was happy to speak with Kane about her role in the film and her thoughts on the theme of female suppression present in the film. “The Devil’s…
  • Jamie Brewer, Naomi Grossman and Lou Eyrich Attend the American Horror Story: Coven New Orleans Fan Event to Celebrate the Blu-ray and DVD Release

    Karen Benardello
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Delving into, and contending with, your innermost emotional and psychological fears as society’s most frightening qualms continuously unfold in front of you, is one of the most intriguing aspects that endlessly draw viewers back to watch the acclaimed FX horror anthology series, ‘American Horror Story,’ every week. From eerie houses haunted by its former deceased occupants, possessed and violent religious figures and doctors, vindictive witches and an ostracized troupe of performers in a self-described freak show, the Emmy Award-winning franchise is constantly shocking its cast, crew…
  • Force Majeure Movie Review

    Harvey Karten
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    FORCE MAJEURE (Turist) Magnolia Pictures Reviewed for Shockya by Harvey Karten. Data-based on Rotten Tomatoes Grade:  B+ Director:  Ruben Östlund Screenplay:  Ruben Östlund Cast:  Brady Corbet, Kristofer Hivju, Lisa Loven Kongsli, Johannese Kuhnke, Clara Wettergren, Vincent Wettergren Screened at:  Review 1, NYC, 8/20/14 Opens:  November 2014 In writer-director Ruben Östlund’s darkly comic vision, a cowardly decision in a single moment can spell either an end to a marriage or at least redefine a couple, who might think, “This is not the person I married.”  It doesn’t matter…
  • Revenge of the Green Dragons Movie Review

    Harvey Karten
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS A24 Reviewed for Shockya by Harvey Karten. Data-based on Rotten Tomatoes Grade:  C Director:  Andrew Lau, Andrew Loo Screenplay:  Michael Di Jiacomo, Andrew Loo Cast:  Justin Chon, Kevin Wu, Harry Shum Jr., Ray Liotta, Jin Auyeung, Shuya Chang, Carl Li Screened at:  Review 1, NYC, 9/8/14 Opens:  October 24, 2014 If I remember the dates correctly, during the late 1970s, decades after the Communists took control of the Chinese mainland, power shifted outside of China, as the Communists destroyed the local gangs, some of whose members emigrated to New York. …
  • For Greater Glory Movie Review

    Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:58 am
    Title: For Greater Glory Director: Dean Wright Starring: Andy Garcia, Eva Longoria, Eduardo Verastegui, Rubén Blades, Peter O’Toole. The director (and visual effects supervisor) who is best known for fantasy movies such as ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, and ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe,’ tackles an important and neglected moment in history: the Cristero War. “La Cristiada” was an attempted counter-revolution against anti-clericalism of the ruling Mexican government. During the 1920s, the country was thrust into civil war when President…
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  • New York Comic Con 2014 in Photos: TBS’s American Dad

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:24 pm
    “American Dad!,” the animated series created by Seth MacFarlane, Matt Weitzman and Mike Barker, moves from Fox to TBS starting Monday, October 20 9/8c with all new original episodes. The first episode of the brand new season premiered exclusively at New York Comic Con. Following the screening, cast and producers participated in a Q&A with the audience. Brian Boyle, Dee Bradley Baker, Matt Weitzman, Rachael MacFarlane, Scott Grimes, and Wendy Schaal attended with a special appearance by Sir Patrick Stewart.
  • New York Comic Con 2014 in Photos: ABC’s Forever

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:22 pm
    ABC’s freshman drama “Forever” stars Ioan Gruffudd and Alana de la Garza along with creator Matt Miller descended upon New York Comic Con with a special video presentation and Q&A discussion. The series from Warner Bros. Television follows Dr. Henry Morgan, a New York City medical examiner who hasn’t aged since the clock stopped 200 years ago. It currently airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on ABC.
  • New York Comic Con 2014 in Photos: CBS’s Person of Interest

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:20 pm
    Series Stars Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Kevin Chapman, and Amy Acker returned to New York Comic Con for the fourth time with a special video presentation and Q&A discussion. They were joined by Executive Producer Greg Plageman. The fourth season of Person of Interest airs Tuesday’s 10/9c on CBS.
  • New York Comic Con 2014 in Photos: NBC’s Constantine

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:19 pm
    Series Stars Matt Ryan, Angelica Celaya, and Executive Producer David S. Goyer attended an advanced screening of the complete pilot of new series “Constantine” followed by a brief Q&A. The series, based on the popular comic book series “Hellblazer” from DC Comics follows John Constantine, a seasoned demon hunter and master of the armed with a ferocious knowledge of the dark arts and a wickedly naughty wit. The series will premiere Friday, October 24th 10/9c on NBC.
  • New York Comic Con 2014 in Photos: CW’s Arrow

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Stephen Amell arrived at New York Comic Con to discuss the third season of his hit series “Arrow” on the CW along with “the Flash” spin-off series set in the same universe that premiered this season on the CW. “Arrow” airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on the CW.
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  • The 'God's Not Dead' Sequel You've Always Wanted Is Finally Happening

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:08 pm
    As you probably know, God's Not Dead followed one intrepid college student on a mission to prove to his class that his atheist professor's assertion of God's death has been greatly exaggerated. It's the sort of story that begs for a sequel, and Pure Flix CEO and managing partner Michael Scott is not one to deny such a tale its due. As such, we could get a God's Not Dead follow-up as early as next year, in which God will presumably continue to not be dead. What else will happen? Will another professor force another college class to convert to atheism? Or will our beloved student from the first…
  • The World Is a Vampire: Scientist Encounters 'Puppy-Sized' Spider

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:46 pm
    Piotr Naskrecki is a entomologist and photographer at Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology but, after his recent encounter with a giant spider, he'll probably look into another field, or maybe another planet. Yes, Naskrecki says he was taking a walk in Guyana when he heard something scuttling underfoot. He turned his light on it, expecting to see a small mammal but instead, "couldn't quite understand what I was seeing," That's because human eyes were never meant to rest upon the South American Goliath birdeater—a spider that measures one foot across, with a body the size of…
  • Will Idaho Pastors Be Forced to Conduct Same-Sex Weddings?

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:34 pm
    An interesting legal wrinkle in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho has drawn the national microscope after Donald and Evelyn Knapp—two ordained ministers who run a wedding chapel called the Hitching Post—moved for a temporary restraining order to be brought against an antidiscrimination ordinance. Essentially, Idaho has banned discrimination against same-sex couples. That ordinance makes an exception for religious institutions like churches, but the Hitching Post is a for-profit business—which means the Knapps could be committing a misdemeanor by refusing to marry same-sex couples. “If you turn…
  • Another Charming Visit From Marcel the Shell With Shoes On.

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    Last time Jenny Slate and her husband, Dean Fleischer-Camp, released one of their irresistible "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" videos, Slate was mostly known for her one season on SNL. These days, her future is looking bright, with her lead turn in Obvious Child grabbing all sorts of critical acclaim, as well as her note-perfect portrayal as Jean Ralphio's sister, Mona Lisa, on Parks & Rec. But she hasn't forgotten her best character, a tiny, sneakered shell named Marcel. But there's now a children's book to market—called The Most Surprised I've Ever Been—and she's back with a new…
  • Celebration Is a Spiritual Discipline

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    Mastering the fine art of joyful occasions My husband and I had the honor of officiating our eldest son’s wedding this summer. After the ceremony, all one hundred guests gathered under an enormous tent in our front yard where tables laden with hundreds of sunflowers, heaps of perfectly prepared barbecue, and ice cold root beers awaited them. We toasted, feasted, remembered, laughed and cried.
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    Dave On Film

  • Review: Fury

    Dave Taylor
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:52 pm
    War is inherently cinematic. The stark comparison between good and bad, the grey areas of moral or amoral behavior, the stripping away of the thin veneer of civilization and civilized behavior, and the historical replay — or reinvention — of heinous situations. It’s no wonder that for any given war there are dozens if not hundreds of films. No war has been covered more thoroughly than World War II, however, with its deep and profound impact on all peoples and all corners of the globe. The grand sweep of the war has been covered effectively before, but it’s the ability…
  • Review: Dracula Untold

    Dave Taylor
    13 Oct 2014 | 7:04 pm
    While the popular mythology of vampires seems to be all sparkly and romantic (to wit, the banal Twilight series) the creatures themselves have a darker past, tapping into a mythic, archetypal fear of things that stir in the dark. Modern beliefs stem from 1890’s author Bram Stoker and his sensational book Dracula, but the myth is widely believed to have been based on the life of 15th Century nobleman Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia and member of the House of Draculesti. A bloodthirsty and vicious soldier, he was dubbed Vlad the Impaler for his habit of impaling his enemies on stakes,…
  • Review: Kill the Messenger

    Dave Taylor
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:15 pm
    Whistle-blowers are rarely appreciated, even when we desperately want to know the story and get the inside scoop on what’s happening. It’s not just true in real life, it’s a trope of cinema too, from Cloud Atlas to The China Syndrome, if you go public with what’s really going on in your company or organization, it generally doesn’t end well. Kill the Messenger examines one of the most shocking misuses of power to ever come out of that most corrupt of agencies, the Central Intelligence Agency: In the 1990’s, the CIA was helping Nicaraguan rebels by helping…
  • Review: Automata

    Dave Taylor
    9 Oct 2014 | 11:01 pm
    At the brink of human destruction, with almost all of the Earth’s population killed by a massive increase in solar storms, one city remains. It’s humanity’s last gasp, complete with artificial cloud cover created and managed by the primitive Automata Pilgrim 7000 robots. Millions of them. All working to keep the last vestige of humanity alive. In a nod to Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics, the millions of robots in this dismal future world are ruled by two inalterable, built-in security protocols: Robots are prohibited from harming any form of life and Robots cannot…
  • Review: The BoxTrolls

    Dave Taylor
    25 Sep 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Children’s films are generally pretty darn benign, with little tension and few intense visual effects or scenes. Yeah, sure, the hero’s in peril from the monster or bad guy, but most children’s films take the Disney way out of 95% sweet, fun, light and 5% tension. Don’t want to scare the kiddies, after all. Except drama is all about tensions, and great storytelling is all about the protagonist being threatened and having to figure out how to overcome. A few years ago, the stop-motion animated feature Coraline offered just such a dark vision, a compelling and visually…
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  • First Look: Will Disney's 'Moana' Become the Next 'Frozen'?

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:08 am
    You can't deny the power of Disney's Frozen--that movie is more powerful than all of us combined, times infinity! And while Disney is doing all it can to satisfy our Frozen desires moving forward (from shorts to sequels to musicals to ice shows), it's hard not to anticipate the studio's next creation. In the immediate future, that would be Big Hero 6 (in theaters November 7), but in 2016 we'll be getting a new thrilling adventure called Moana -- and Disney has just...Read MoreRead Comments
  • Quiz: Which Bill Murray Character Are You?

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:38 am
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  • See What Happens When One Family Tackles the Ultimate 'Wonder Woman' Lego Set

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:37 am
    Now that Warner Bros. has made it all official and whatnot, we know we'll be seeing a lot of DC superheroes on the big screen over the next six years. Not only will they show up in live-action form, but also via Lego Movie spin-offs, like Lego Batman in 2017 and The Lego Movie 2 in 2018. Wonder Woman will be part of it all, appearing for the first time in a live-action movie when Gal Gadot plays her in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (in theaters March 2016), and then...Read MoreRead Comments
  • 'Pacific Rim II' Gets a Wild Teaser Poster; 'Pacific Rim III' Is Also in the Works

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:29 am
    Guillermo del Toro’s sequel to his mech-vs.-monsters movie Pacific Rim is like three years off in the future, but that hasn’t stopped Legendary Pictures from teasing fans with the below photo on its Facebook page.  The new poster is pretty cool looking, with a giant oceanic vortex opening and threatening to suck in all the big military ships in the area. Presumably this is another transdimensional portal so the Kaiju can return to wreak havoc on Earth. Just when you...Read MoreRead Comments
  • Exclusive: Camp Crystal Lake Art

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:23 am
    It’s been 34 years since we first met Jason Voorhees’ murderous mother as she stalked and killed teenagers who were preparing Camp Crystal Lake for a summer of fun. But who can blame her? She was just being a doting mother taking revenge for her poor son who drowned… and then starred in 11 more frightful films. Louisiana artist Jeff Welborn created this exclusive Fandango original artwork inviting travelers to visit Camp Crystal Lake for some fun in the summer sun. Just...Read MoreRead Comments
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    The Cleveland Movie Blog

  • 31 Days of Halloween 2014: Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

    Bob Ignizio
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:19 am
    *Note: This year for our annual 31 Days of Halloween marathon of horror movie reviews, rather than write about old favorites, we're focusing on modern horror films that haven't had a wide theatrical release. So for the entire month of October, we will be dealing with horror fare that you can find in the “New Release” section of Netflix or (if you still have one) your local video store. So instead of nostalgic appreciations and recommendations, this promises to be more of a “the good, the bad, and the ugly” kind of affair. Hopefully more good than bad and ugly, but that remains to be…
  • Repost: Kuroneko (October 23rd and 24th at the Nightlight Cinema in Akron, OH)

    Bob Ignizio
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    [KURONEKO screens Thursday October 23rd Friday October 24th at 11:30pm at the Nightlight Cinema in Akron, OH.]Review by Bob IgnizioMuch of the action in KURONEKO takes place in the vicinity of Rajomon gate, perhaps better known by its alternate spelling of Rashomon from the Akira Kurosawa film of the same name, and the short story upon which that film was based. According to Wikipedia, this particular gate had a rather unsavory reputation, and in Kurosawa's film was meant to represent, “the moral and physical decay of Japanese civilization and culture”. That would appear to be the case…
  • 31 Days of Halloween 2014: Haunter

    Bob Ignizio
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:26 pm
    *Note: This year for our annual 31 Days of Halloween marathon of horror movie reviews, rather than write about old favorites, we're focusing on modern horror films that haven't had a wide theatrical release. So for the entire month of October, we will be dealing with horror fare that you can find in the “New Release” section of Netflix or (if you still have one) your local video store. So instead of nostalgic appreciations and recommendations, this promises to be more of a “the good, the bad, and the ugly” kind of affair. Hopefully more good than bad and ugly, but that remains to be…
  • Men, Women & Children

    Matt Finley
    16 Oct 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Review by Matt FinleyAdapted from a novel by Chad Kultgen, MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN tries to make some sort of statement about the role of technology in our everyday lives. I can't remember angrily swearing under my breath at a film as much as I did during the last third of Jason Reitman's maudlin, self-important slurry of unlikable characters living out broad melodramas in a grim caricature of the digital age. Though imbued with brief moments of impressive filmmaking and fantastic acting, no amount of skill from cast or crew could rescue this movie from the sheer, unapologetic emotional…
  • The Book of Life

    Bob Ignizio
    16 Oct 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Review by Bob IgnizioProduced by Guillermo del Toro and directed by Jorge Guitierrez, THE BOOK OF LIFE derives its visual style from Mexican “Day of the Dead” folk art, and it looks beautiful. On top of that, there's a pretty decent story, one that takes the tired old love triangle formula and actually does something a little bit different with it.The three characters at the center of the plot are childhood friends Manolo (Diego Luna), Maria (Zoe Saldana), and Joaquin (Channing Tatum). It's obvious even when the trio are kids that Manolo and Joaquin both have a crush on Maria, something…
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    Screen Rant » Movie News

  • SR Geek Picks: Damian Wayne Returns, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn & More

    Justin Vactor
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find 10 things you didn’t know about Family Guy; an updated Monster Mash; the imperial march done by goats; and teens reacting to 80′s fashion. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks! To kick things off today, Flavorwire has The Scariest Movie Clowns, Ranked. If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post! Damian Wayne a.k.a…
  • Rumor Patrol: Frank Grillo to Star in ‘Skyline 2′

    Araceli Roach
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:30 pm
    You probably know Frank Grillo best from this year’s blockbuster Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but the Italian-American actor has also had roles in several other films like The Purge: Anarchy, Warrior and The Grey. He currently stars in DirectTV’s MMA drama Kingdom, which was just renewed for a second season, and may soon follow that up playing the lead in the upcoming Skyline sequel. As a low-budget science fiction film, Skyline received mostly negative reviews when it debuted in late 2010. However, the thriller about an alien invasion ended up grossing $79 million…
  • ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2′ is About a ‘Universe, Not One Story’

    Chris Agar
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:56 pm
    We’ve said it so many times, it’s beginning to sound like a broken record. After entering 2014 as one of the biggest box office risks, James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy ended up becoming one of the few breakout smashes of the year. Currently ranking as the highest-grossing film of the year domestically (and the third-largest Marvel movie worldwide), Marvel Studios took one of the most obscure properties and turned it into a global sensation. The studio was so ...Click to continue reading ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2′ is About a ‘Universe, Not One…
  • ‘Cabin Fever’ Remake in Production; Will Use Same Script as Original

    H. Shaw-Williams
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Last week saw the quiet, very limited release of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, a remake of the 1976 horror film, which was produced by American Horror Story showrunner Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions. It’s a rare release in a year that has so far been pretty quiet when it comes to horror remakes (unless you count monster-sized disaster movie Godzilla). This lull in the subgenre of horror remakes might be partially due to the fact that a lot of the current profit is attached to recent original franchises like Insidious, Paranormal Activity and The Purge,…
  • ‘Suicide Squad’ Director Says the Movie Will be ‘Dirty Dozen’ with Supervillains

    H. Shaw-Williams
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:18 pm
    With over 40 Marvel and DC movies set for release over the next 6 years, Hollywood had better hope that audiences don’t lose interest in superheroes. Of course, not all of the upcoming films are about superheroes; David Ayers’ Suicide Squad, which was officially announced by Warner Bros. last week as the next DC film to follow Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, will leave the good guys at home in favor of introducing some lesser-known bad guys to the DC movie universe. As the name might suggest, quite a lot of Suicide Squad members have met sticky ends, which means that the…
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  • Coca-Cola’s Lesson in Human Values Inspires Tears, Makes You Thirsty (Sponsored Video)

    Dan Persons
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    Yeah, this spot from one of Coca-Cola’s overseas branches (not sure which — Singapore? They’re very big on outreach over there) pushes the heartwarming button hard, and makes a certain fizzy, refreshing drink the keystone to its lesson, but at least it’s in the service of motivating better connection between fellow human beings, so I’m willing to let my stone-like heart thaw a bit if that’s what it takes. Besides, I’m 98% Coca-Cola anyway, so what am I griping about? Check the video out below.
  • A TALKING CAT!?! – Temple of Bad

    Dan Persons
    13 Sep 2014 | 9:05 am
    An all-star cast (we’re sure there are some stars in there somewhere) pretend to be impressed with a commonplace feline who couldn’t care less in A TALKING CAT!?! We have to be clear about this: There are bad movies; there are reprehensible movies; there are movies that make you consider taking out a contract on the entire DGA, just to be sure that never in the future of humankind will there be a chance that such an affront to common decency could again be committed. And then there are films that are a strangely exhilarating kind of awful, the kind that actually restore your faith…

    Dan Persons
    2 Sep 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Richard Lewis stars in his acting debut DIARY OF YOUNG COMIC and (inset) takes it up more than few notches in DRUNKS. You’ll hear it in the show, and I’m not going to hide it: I was kinda intimidated talking to Richard Lewis. A brilliant comedian with a lightning-fast mind, Lewis has bested interviewers with far more supple intellects than yours truly. To add to my anxiety, I went into the discussion having watched DRUNKS, the 1995 feature film in which Lewis reveals a rarely seen facility for soul-searing drama. Fully aware of his range and his skill, I knew this discussion was…
  • The CFQ Interview: THE WALKING DEAD’s Greg Nicotero

    Dan Persons
    22 Aug 2014 | 1:08 pm
    Greg Nicotero (in glasses and plaid shirt) preps a zombie for his moment in the spotlight on THE WALKING DEAD. Sometimes doing the job is reward in itself. That’s what it was like for me to talk with Greg Nicotero. From DAWN OF THE DEAD to BREAKING BAD, from ARMY OF DARKNESS to OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, from HOSTEL to SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, his vivid and creative makeup effects work has brought the fantastic, the grotesque, and the sometimes-just-plain-realistic to a dazzling kaleidoscope of film and TV projects. That includes THE WALKING DEAD, the blockbuster TV series which…
  • Hour of the Wolf Movie Review: THE GIVER

    Dan Persons
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:14 am
    Jeff Bridges (left) and Brenton Thwaites go where only the Pepperidge Farms man previously dared to tread, remembering the way things used to be in THE GIVER. I had my concerns about The Giver, another, teen-oriented film from the Weinstein Company. After all, TWC’s previous effort in this arena was Vampire Academy, and that blatant mish-mosh of Harry Potter, Twilight, The Hunger Games, and whatever else has been luring adolescent females to the theaters didn’t go down too smoothly. Serving as definite counter-balance to my trepidations: the presence at the helm of  Phillip…
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    The Daily Notebook

  • The Best of “Movie Poster of the Day,” Part 8

    Adrian Curry
    16 Oct 2014 | 8:04 pm
    Above: Italian poster for CONFIDENTIAL AGENT (Herman Shumlin, USA, 1945). Artist: Luigi Martinati (1893-1984). The most popular poster I’ve posted on  Tumblr in the past three months—and actually the second most “liked” poster I’ve posted in the three years I’ve been doing this—was this Italian design by the great Luigi Martinati for a lesser known Lauren Bacall vehicle, but one in which the late star was unusually front and center. (You can see more of Bacall’s posters here.) The rest of the top twenty are a wild variety…
  • The Noteworthy: Bill Morrison at MoMA, Cinema Technique, VIFF by Bordwell & Thompson

    14 Oct 2014 | 11:06 am
    Edited by Adam Cook Above: if you are fortunate enough to be in the vicinity of MoMA between now and November 21st, you may want to consider visiting their Bill Morrison exhibition. David Ehrlich of The Playlist interviews Mia Hansen-Løve about her new film Eden, as well as her next project.  In a web exclusive piece for Sight & Sound, Michael Pattison writes on experimental films from the London Film Festival and 25FPS in Zagreb: "All art is by its very nature experimental. In the face of an increasingly standardised narrative cinema, one defining feature of the…
  • Notebook Reviews: Isao Takahata's "The Tale of Princess Kaguya"

    Daniel Kasman
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    In the Competition at this year's Festival de Cannes, Jean-Luc Godard bid goodbye to language, while down the boulevard in the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs (Directors' Fortnight), the master Ghibli animator Isao Takahata bid goodbye to cinema. Godard might assert it's one and the same. Certainly The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, Takahata's final film and one adapted from the classic 10th century Japanese folktale "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter," leaves the earth behind; at its end, the princess who appears to a humble peasant returns to her place of birth, the moon. Yet the story…
  • Movie Poster of the Week: The Films of Volker Schlöndorff

    Adrian Curry
    11 Oct 2014 | 6:39 am
    Above: Polish poster for Young Törless (Volker Schlöndorff, West Germany, 1966). Design by Kazimierz Krolikowski (1921-1994). Since Volker Schlöndorff’s newest film, Diplomacy, is opening in New York next week (full disclosure, I work for the distributor) I thought I’d take a look back at the posters for the 25 or more films he has made over he past half a century. Though I quickly discovered that from the late 80s onwards there is little of note (Palmetto, anyone?), I have found some gorgeous posters from the first twenty years of…
  • Harvard at the Gulbenkian. Cinema Dialogues 4.3

    Cinema Dialogues: Harvard at the Gulbenkian
    8 Oct 2014 | 1:07 pm
     4. Desire Without LanguageWeekend 4 - Day 1 -  Jan.24th Discussion with Haden Guest, Joaquim Sapinho, Manuela Viegas, and Lucrecia Martel after the screening of Martel's The Holy Girl and La Joven.  Part of an ongoing series of screenings and public discussions
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    GeekTyrant – Geek Movie and Entertainment News

  • If Creators Met Their Characters Now — Comic by Dorkly (GeekTyrant)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:50 pm
    When you’ve released something you’ve created, in a way it no longer belongs to you (unless you’re Bill Watterson, he's got Calvin and Hobbes on lockdown). It can be strange to see something you created evolve into something completely different that you would have never dreamed up. As a songwriter, I’ve heard some pretty wild interpretations from fans about the stories and meanings behind songs I've written. I can only imagine what it would feel like for the creators of comic book characters, whose creations are constantly being updated and reinvented by other people.Batman and…
  • James Cameron on His Big Contribution to TERMINATOR GENISYS (GeekTyrant)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:48 pm
    A few months ago, Terminator creator and mastermind James Cameron revealed that he was loosely attached to the upcoming Terminator Genisys film. It was just an advisory role for him, but it seems like he played a decent sized role in developing the story that we are going to see unfold. In a recent interview with Deadline he reveals what what his big and awesome contribution was."I wasn’t interested in producing it or working on it actively, but I did want to put in a good word for Arnold. I pointed out that the outer covering (of the Terminator) was actually not synthetic, that it was…
  • Do You Worship at the Altar of The Doctor? (GeekTyrant)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:47 pm
    We’ve posted about PBS’s Idea Channel before, but I just came across this old video that posits that if you call yourself a Whovian, you just might be an acolyte of a religious order. That will likely come as a surprise, but hear him out, he kind of has a point. And really, as far as religions go, one that only requires an hour of worship on about twelve Saturdays a year is a pretty sweet deal. In fact, if we run with this and push for an official church, all our Doctor Who gear purchases could be tax deductible. This is sounding better and better. We could even have official Who…
  • DISTRICT VOICES Web Series Pushes District Pride in the Face of MOCKINGJAY's Rebellion (GeekTyrant)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:15 pm
    I don’t know if Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is going to be good. Catching Fire was an improvement over The Hunger Games, so I would like to think that this next movie will continue that upward trajectory, but the source material is problematic, so we’ll see. What I do know is that the marketing team working on the franchise is nothing short of brilliant. In addition to the standard posters and trailers, they’ve put out propaganda posters and videos, as well as the incredible online fashion mag Capitol Couture, all from the point of view of Panem’s government.Today they’ve…
  • Incredibly Dramatic, INTERSTELLAR Style Trailer for SPACE BALLS (GeekTyrant)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:10 pm
    Images via: The latest trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar was extremely evocative. The story itself and the spectacular visuals play a large part in that, obviously, but Thomas Bergersen’s stirring track “Final Frontier,” which is used heavily throughout the trailer, deserves much of the credit as well. You could pretty much cut anything to that song and make grown men shed a tear or two. The Unusual Suspect does just that with this Interstellar-style trailer for Space Balls. It makes Mel Brooks’ hilarious 1987 Star Wars parody look like an exceptionally epic…
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    AMC Movie News

  • AMC Movie Talk - The Rumors of Jena Malone as Robin In BATMAN V SUPERMAN

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:14 pm
    On this installment of AMC Movie Talk (Monday October 20th 2014) we discuss the following: Weekend box office results Jena Malone joins Batman V Superman My Little Pony movie is coming Avengers 2 biggest VFX movies in Marvel history Rumors of Tom Hardy for Apocalypse Starship Troopers reboot chances Channing Tatum Oscar buzz? ...and live questions from our viewers Buy movie tickets, get theatre and showtime information now: LIKE us on Facebook: FOLLOW us on Twitter: Stay up-to-date on all the…

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:52 pm
    On this episode of AMC Coming Soon (Monday October 20th, 2014) we discuss the films releasing in theatres this week, including: John Wick Ouija  Laggies Whiplash  23 Blast  St. Vincent Buy movie tickets, get theatre and showtime information now: LIKE us on Facebook: FOLLOW us on Twitter: Stay up-to-date on all the movie news: Subscribe to the Audio Podcast Feed on your favorite Podcast App: Subscribe to the…
  • AMCi: BIRDMAN Does Big Box Office Business

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:34 pm
    Though it only opened in four locations, over the weekend “Birdman” flew high (sorry!) at the box office. The film got $415,000 in total, which may seem like it doesn’t compare to the $23.5m the box office winner “Fury” made, but when you break it down to the amount per location, it actually made an average of $103,750 per theatre. The per theatre average for “Fury” was $7,406. Understandably, the good folks at Fox Searchlight are pleased. Frank Rodriquez, the SVP of Distribution said, "We are truly amazed and gratified at the reception that 'Birdman'…
  • GIVEAWAY: Win 1 of 100 Ouija Boards from OUIJA!

    20 Oct 2014 | 8:15 am
    This week the spooky, supernatural thriller OUIJA hits AMCs everywhere and we have 100 Ouija boards to give away to some very "lucky" people. But first, let's take a look at the trailer! Alright, so let's take a look at the Ouija board you can get! Alright, so how do you win? It couldn't be easier! First, click here to find tickets to OUIJA at an AMC near you! Then fill out the form below! Good luck! Fill out my online form.
  • AMC Movie Talk - Scarlett Johansson Offered Ghost In The Shell, Pacific Rim 3 in the works?

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:54 pm
    On this installment of AMC Movie Talk (Friday October 17th 2014) we discuss the following: Scarlett Johansson offered lead in Ghost in the Shell? Guillermo Del Toro talks Pacific Rim 2 & 3 Chris Rock's New Movie Trailer Top Five Warwick Davis joins Star Wars Episode VII Gone Girl Oscar chances "Classic" movie recommendations 48 frames for sports movies ...and live questions from our viewers Buy movie tickets, get theatre and showtime information now: LIKE us on Facebook: FOLLOW us on Twitter:…
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    Cinema Misfits

  • Summer Grab Bag Episode

    19 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    Even though the dog days of August are long gone, the Misfits are still playing catch-up with many of the summer’s big movie releases.  In this grab bag episode, we take a look at Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Transformers: Age of Destruction, and Get on up.
  • Encore “Hollywood Out of Ideas” Episode

    7 Oct 2014 | 2:39 pm
    With the announcement of the Tetris movie now in development, the Misfits take a look back at episode number one and once again ask:  “Hollywood.  Out of ideas, or moving in a direction so bold, so unexpected that we can only tag along and wonder at Tinseltown’s peculiar kind of genius?”  Also:  Misfit movie mascot ideas for sports teams.
  • Tidbit Best Picture Prediction Episode

    21 Sep 2014 | 8:52 pm
    It’s an annual event.  The Misfits attempt to predict the Oscar nominations for Best Picture. How can The Skeleton Twins not take it all?
  • Bonus Flashback Episode

    13 Sep 2014 | 8:52 pm
    Another time, a different podcast, but the Misfits are still the Misfits, and as always,we’re talking movies.  Review highlights: The Lost Missile, It’s a Great Feeling, Santo vs Frankenstein’s Daughter, Holiday, and the proposed Bazooka Joe movie.
  • Tidbit Announcement Episode

    7 Sep 2014 | 3:25 pm
    Hiatus announcement plus Guardians of the Galaxy review.  Thanks for listening!  We’ll be back soon.
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    The Horror Movie Show

  • Podcast 157 — Children of Sorrow, Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies, Scary or Die, Coyote, Deadly Revisions, Black Water Vampire

    1 Oct 2014 | 5:51 pm
    A Bill Oberst Jr. retrospective Good day to you, poor put-upon listener. Welcome to another edition of The Horror Movie Show, hosted by scary guys Jerry & Mark. This particular show is entirely about one of our fave-raves & an ultra-busy horror actor: Bill Oberst Jr. The man has made a lot of movies & will undoubtedly make a lot more — including some that are not horror. But the dudes will just be concentrating on a half-dozen frighteners, along with a preview of the then-unavailable Circus of the Dead. All the movies discussed are from 2012 (Children of Sorrow, Abraham Lincoln…
  • Podcast 156 — The Walking Dead, Under the Dome, In the Flesh, Dead Set, Ghostwatch, Psychoville

    10 Sep 2014 | 4:38 pm
    Anything good on the gogglebox? Howdy-do, gentle listeners. Your hosts Mark & Jerry offer something a little different on this episode of The Horror Movie Show: an all-television lineup. Beginning with some comments & questions about the early days of AMC‘s excellent zombie series The Walking Dead, the guys then try to figure out what the heck is going on Under the Dome. Is the latter series just making it up as it goes along, or is there some method to the madness? Next is the first of four British made-for-TV shows. In the Flesh is a very good take on a post-Zombie Apocalypse…
  • Podcast 155 — The Purge: Anarchy, Guardians of the Galaxy, Child of God, Afflicted, 2 Bedroom 1 Bath, Lucid, Sharknado 2

    2 Sep 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Purging, fish stories & galaxy guardians Howdy-do folks. After taking a few weeks off, your tanned & rested hosts Jerry & Mark return with a powerhouse episode of The Horror Movie Show — now with 100% more Vitamin C! That should end the rumours the show causes scurvy. The guys begin by taking a baseball bat to the belaboured brains of The Purge: Anarchy, written & directed by James DeMonaco, the same dude who made the first in this series of fantasy flicks. While some might say this is brutality for the sake of ticket sales, there is more to this look-see into an evening…
  • Podcast 154 — X-Men: Days of Future Past, Blade Runner: The Final Cut, Sorcerer (’77), We Are What We Are (’10), Monsters Wanted

    30 Jul 2014 | 3:43 pm
    Blade Runner still sharp as a razor Hello, good day & welcome to The Horror Movie Show, hosted as ever by those madcap zanies Jerry & Mark. This episode features a variety of sci-fi & horror titles, so there is something for everybody. Or at least some body for every thing. The guys begin the show talking about the newest X-Men movie, the big-budget FX-fest one would expect. Is it better than one might reasonably expect? Is the Pope an agnostic? It’s possible. A chestnut from the long-ago-and-far-away youth of Mark & Jerry, director Ridley Scott‘s final kick at the…
  • Podcast 153 — Edge of Tomorrow, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Mum & Dad, The Returned

    23 Jul 2014 | 4:21 pm
    Scientology fiction Hallo folks! The Horror Movie Show is moderately proud to bring you episode #153, hosted as always by Mark & Jerry. This week the boys of summer discuss a handful of movies — mostly new, but one lovely chestnut as well. Tom Cruise‘s summer blockbuster is another science-fiction adventure: Edge of Tomorrow. Sure, the title sounds like a soap opera from the ’60s, but this tale of a guy caught in a temporal loop is a cross between Groundhog Day & Starship Troopers. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 received a lukewarm reception on its release. Jerry & Mark…
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    Immortal Ephemera

  • The Mad Doctor of Market Street (1942), Universal Horror With Lionel Atwill

    Cliff Aliperti
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:45 am
    Written by Cliff Aliperti and originally published on Immortal Ephemera The Mad Doctor of Market Street shows some promise, especially during its start, but torpedoes most of its intrigue through the over-the-top comedy efforts of Nat Pendleton and Una Merkel. Which of the two is more annoying is up for debate, but I’ll take Merkel. Despite her top billing, presumably awarded by contractual dictate, the true leading lady in The Mad Doctor of Market Street is Claire Dodd, who gets to do a lot more than usual in this, one of her final screen roles. Dodd is capable in her part, though nothing…
  • Men Against the Sky (1940) – Richard Dix’s Ace of Aces Goes Modern

    Cliff Aliperti
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:46 pm
    Written by Cliff Aliperti and originally published on Immortal EphemeraFour stars share billing on RKO’s Men Against the Sky, and that seems about right. Richard Dix is the best known of the four, and is cast in the most glamorous role in the film, as alcoholic former “Ace of Aces,” Phil Mercedes. Men Against the Sky came a couple of years into Dix’s return to RKO, the studio that propelled him to his greatest talkie fame when he starred in Academy Award winning Best Picture Cimarron back in 1931. Ace of Aces (1933) was another popular role for Dix during his first stay with the…
  • One Night at Susie’s (1930) – Movie Compared to Short Story, Plus Helen Ware Biography

    Cliff Aliperti
    9 Oct 2014 | 3:18 am
    Written by Cliff Aliperti and originally published on Immortal EphemeraFirst order of business, One Night at Susie’s is not 92 minutes long. At least the recently released DVD-R from Warner Archive isn’t, despite what it may say on the DVD case or their website. It runs a hair under 62 minutes. Problem is, nobody seems to agree upon how long it is, and never did. The IMDb goes with 85 minutes, as does an original 1930 review from Film Daily. Turner Classic Movies lists no running length on their database page, though they do list it at 62 minutes on a page including their upcoming…
  • Five and Ten (1931) Starring Marion Davies and Leslie Howard

    Cliff Aliperti
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:55 am
    Written by Cliff Aliperti and originally published on Immortal EphemeraMGM’s Five and Ten, from a novel by Fannie Hurst, is a well-filmed, well-acted movie about a potentially exciting subject, but ultimately a story that didn’t focus on the topics or characters that I really cared about. Marion Davies stars as a Barbara Hutton like heiress, in what was being billed as her first wholly dramatic role in a talking picture. Her Jennifer Rarick falls in love at first sight with Berry Rhodes (Leslie Howard), a caddish architect of the established New York society, whose best trait is his…
  • TCM Preview October 2014 – A Look Inside My Now Playing Guide

    Cliff Aliperti
    30 Sep 2014 | 11:21 pm
    Written by Cliff Aliperti and originally published on Immortal EphemeraIt didn’t have to be, but October was primed to be a letdown after August’s Summer Under the Stars and September’s Pre-Code Fridays on TCM. On the plus side, there are several early talkies playing that I have yet to see and am anxious to get on my DVR, including many 1929-30 rarities. While the career of October’s Star of the Month, Janet Leigh, runs slightly later than range of movies I typically lobby for, she’s an actress that I enjoy, so I can’t complain. She also gives TCM a good reason to roll out Psycho…
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  • Walt Disney Animation Studios Announces Moana

    Larry Fire
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Walt Disney Animation Studios revealed plans today for “Moana,” a sweeping, CG-animated comedy-adventure about a spirited teenager on an impossible mission to fulfill her ancestors’ quest. In theaters in late 2016, the film is directed by the renowned filmmaking team of Ron Clements and John Musker (“The Little Mermaid,” “The Princess and the Frog,” “Aladdin”). “John and I have partnered on so many films—from ‘The Little Mermaid’ to ‘Aladdin’ to ‘The Princess and the Frog,’” said Clements. “Creating ‘Moana’ is one of the…
  • Guardians of The Galaxy Soundtrack To Be Released On Cassette Tape On November 17, 2014

    Larry Fire
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:24 pm
    Marvel and Hollywood Records announced that a limited edition The Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 Soundtrack will be finally issued on cassette November 17, 2014. The cassette will be made available only to independent retailers partnered with Record Store Day (get a list of participating stores here). The cassette, which is the first audio cassette Disney has released since 2003, will only be available until December 31, or until supplies last. The release of ‘Awesome Mix Vol. 1′ on cassette times nicely with the release of the DVD and Blu-ray on December 9, 2014. The…
  • Batman Adventures: Mad Love Deluxe Edition Hardcover

    Larry Fire
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
    Written and drawn by the masterminds behind Batman: The Animated Series, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, this epic reveals the origins of Harley Quinn as she proves her love to The Joker by trying to eliminate the Dark Knight on her own! Now in a deluxe format with exclusive extras and bonus material! The 96 page hardcover will be released on March 18, 2014 and retail for $17.99.
  • Cartoon Network To Air LEGO DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered On October 27, 204

    Larry Fire
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Cartoon Network announced that LEGO DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered will debut on the channel on October 27, 2014. The story centers on Batman, who is reluctant to become part of the Justice League and prefers to work alone. However, when the heroes begin to disappear, The Dark Knight must get down to work and save his comrades.
  • Special Look At Disney’s Feast

    Larry Fire
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Disney’s Feast premieres in front of Big Hero 6 in 3D on November 7, 2014. “Feast,” a new short from first-time director Patrick Osborne (head of animation, “Paperman”) and Walt Disney Animation Studios, is the story of one man’s love life as seen through the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share.
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    The A.V. Club

  • For Our Consideration: The unstoppable majesty of Chris Messina

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    There’s a particular ailment that afflicts actors of a certain caliber. These actors are cursed with being exceptional at what they do. They bring a depth and nuance to their roles, even when they’re turning in a 30-second cameo for a Jim Carrey vehicle. They’re always a welcome screen presence, exuding a charisma that can be adapted to nearly any purpose. Put simply, they’re versatile. Yet, in addition to being talented character actors, they also have that wonderful element of familiarity: In movie stars, it’s sometimes called the “it” factor, but with these actors, it’s…
  • Contest: Chicago, see Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler early and for free

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:51 pm
    Jake Gyllenhaal channels his inner creep in the new crime thriller Nightcrawler. The film follows go-getter Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for a job. After witnessing a car crash on the highway, Bloom discovers the high stakes, lucrative world of crime journalism and along with it an opportunity to become something more. The film hits theaters nationwide October 31, but The A.V. Club has an opportunity for you to attend an early screening on October 28, here in Chicago. For a chance to receive event passes simply follow the link here and enter your contact information. The lucky…
  • Newswire: Read This: The Alamo Drafthouse’s Tim League on the future of film

    20 Oct 2014 | 3:55 pm
    In response to theater owners publicly complaining about Christopher Nolan’s plan to release Interstellar early on 35mm and 70mm film, Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League has written a Deadline guest column sharing his thoughts on the future of film exhibition. League serves on the board of the American Genre Film Archive and maintains 35mm facilities at over half of the 19 current Alamo Drafthouse locations, facilities that make cool things like Weird Wednesday possible. So obviously League is in favor of exhibitors continuing to screen movies on celluloid, a practice that he maintains is…
  • Newswire: Cabin Fever being remade using original script, newer clothes and hairstyles

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:14 pm
    Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever was released in 2002 and is therefore totally unwatchable due to its laughably out-of-date, 2002-era clothing and hairstyles. Fortunately, Roth recognizes that times have changed, and has signed on to executive produce a Cabin Fever remake that will update that archaic film for today’s modern audiences, using contemporary actors wearing contemporary dungarees. They’ll then peel away these modern pants to reveal the same old flesh-eating virus, as Deadline reports that the new Cabin Fever will use the exact same script Roth wrote with Randy Pearlstein more than a…
  • Newswire: Lionsgate also getting in on this streaming thing

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:10 pm
    Building on the high level of distributor name recognition among the movie-going public (“Oh honey, let’s go see Birdman. You know how much I love Fox Searchlight’s slate of awards-season offerings”), Lionsgate has announced that it has paired up with Tribeca Enterprises to launch its own streaming service, just like HBO, CBS, and probably The Golf Channel, soon enough. Called Tribeca Short List, the app will include a “prestigious selection” of Lionsgate and Tribeca films, along with “critically-acclaimed films drawn from around the world” refreshed weekly. That selection…
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  • Keith David & Beau Knapp Join Russell Crowe & Ryan Gosling In Shane Black’s ‘The Nice Guys’

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:21 pm
    With Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling set to play the lead roles in Shane Black’s ‘The Nice Guys,’ THR bring word that Beau Knapp and Keith David have been cast as the adversaries in the 1970s-set noir flick. A June 17th, 2016 release date has been penciled in for the film, and ‘The Nice Guys’ will be Shane Black’s next feature – he’s also attached to the film adaptation of the popular adventure book series ‘The Destroyer’ by Warren Murphy, a ‘Doc Savage’ film, and a new ‘Predator’ film. Set in smoggy 1970s Los Angeles, the story follows Jackson Healy…
  • Sean Bean Joins Matt Damon & Jessica Chastain In ‘The Martian’

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:08 pm
    Sean Bean is reportedly the latest addition to the cast of Ridley Scott‘s ‘The Martian’ adaption. Adapted from Andy Weir’s book of the same name, the sci-fi survival thriller follows NASA astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon), a botanist and mechanical engineer, who becomes stranded on Mars and must figure out how to survive long enough to return to Earth. The likes of Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Donald Glover, Michael Pena, Mackenzie Davis, Aksel Hennie and Jeff Daniels also star in ‘The Martian.’ Chastain is pegged to play the leader of the rescue mission,…
  • Key Cast & Synopsis Revealed For ‘Bastille Day’ – Starring Idris Elba, Charlotte Le Bon, Richard Madden…

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:10 pm
    With filming now underway in Paris, the key cast and official synopsis has been revealed for ‘Bastille Day,’ an action thriller led by Idris Elba. From a script by Andrew Baldwin and John Hoodge, ‘Bastille Day’ also stars Richard Madden (Robb Stark in ‘Game of Thrones’), Charlotte Le Bon, Kelly Reilly and Jose Garcia. The film has been written by Andrew Baldwin, who’s currently writing the next film in the “Bourne” franchise for Universal Pictures, and John Hodge (Trainspotting, The Beach). James Watkins (The Woman in Black) directs. On the eve of…
  • Rob Riggle To Lead ‘Dead Rising: Watchtower’

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:46 pm
    The principal cast has been announced for the feature-length project ‘Dead Rising: Watchtower,’ which is an adaptation of the survival horror videogame series created by Capcom. Rob Riggle (Let’s Be Cops, 22 Jump Street), Harley Morenstein (Epic Meal Time, Epic Meal Empire, Tusk), Keegan Connor Tracey (Bates Motel, Once Upon a Time), and Aleks Paunovic (This Means War) will join previously-announced cast members Jesse Metcalfe, Meghan Ory, Virginia Madsen and Dennis Haysbert. Riggle will join the cast as Frank West, a weathered photo-journalist skilled in surviving Zombie…
  • Stunning ‘Blade Runner’ Illustrations By Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:26 am
    Daniel’s DeviantArt, Tumblr and official website.
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    Go Metric

  • The Other Night at Quinn’s -- Peter Evans and Sam Pluta

    Go Metric
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:13 am
    By Mike Faloon | Photos by Michael Bogdanffy-Kriegh / Studio MBK “If you put all the knobs on your amplifier on 10 you can get a much higher reaction to effort ratio…Just a tiny tap on the strings can rattle...
  • Barrakuda McMurder: A Cigarette Meet Date EP

    Go Metric
    27 Sep 2014 | 5:54 am
    By Mark Hughson Remember on Futurama when Fry was excited to blast off into space, but they had already reached the moon before he could finish the countdown? That is what I felt like when acquiring this new EP from...
  • Razorcake Podcast #331

    Go Metric
    8 Sep 2014 | 4:02 pm
    Friends engage in any number of activities when they get together. Some compare monocles. Others debate Night Ranger vs. Styx. We dig spinning punk rock records and talking about them. This is what it sounded like one afternoon in August...
  • The Other Night at Quinn’s — Man Forever & Mike Gamble

    Go Metric
    2 Sep 2014 | 7:27 pm
    By Mike Faloon | Photos forthcoming Despite my allegiance to shows at Quinn’s, I need some bait on the hook before I decide to go. Weeknight shows in Beacon involve a bit of juggling on the home front and I...
  • The Other Night at Quinn’s – Josh Rutner Trio

    Go Metric
    20 Aug 2014 | 4:16 am
    By Mike Faloon | Photos by Michael Bogdanffy-Kriegh / Studio MBK “I don’t get no respect.” – Rodney Dangerfield * * * I was Rodney-ed twice when I bought the latest Bob Mould record. The first from a clerk in...
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    Sky Sky Movies - Latest

  • Last Chance To See on Sky Movies

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:47 am
    It's our aim on Sky Movies to keep our channels packed with as many fresh hits and hidden treasures as we can get - from this year to yesteryear. Alas, that means we have to make room in our schedules and bid farewell to some of the movies that have had their time in the sun. So to make sure you don't miss out, check the list below for the ones that are getting away over the coming weeks.
  • St. Vincent

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:40 am
    A young boy (Jaeden Lieberher) whose parents have just split finds an unlikely friend and mentor in the misanthropic, bawdy, hedonistic, war veteran (Billy Murray) who lives next door.
  • Men, Women & Children

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:16 am
    Director Jason Reitman (Juno, Labor Day) tackles the effect of the internet on relationships in this ensemble drama. Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner and Rosemarie DeWitt are among the individuals whose life, relationships and images have been shaped by the web.
  • Get Santa

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:59 pm
    A father and son find themselves tasked with making sure Christmas goes ahead when Santa Claus (Jim Broadbent) crashlands his sleigh while being pursued by the police and ends up sleeping in their garage. Horror director Christopher Smith (Severance, Creep) goes family friendly for this Yuletide caper.
  • Black Sea

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:05 pm
    In order to curry favour with his employers, a submarine captain (Jude Law) takes a job with a shadowy backer to search the depths of the Black Sea for a submarine rumored to be loaded with gold.
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    Film Threat


    Jeremy Knox
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    The acting, for all my bitching, is serviceable. True, it’s bit inexperienced and awkward at times, but that’s not a huge sin in the realm of low budget indie films. The main cast is still quite affable and attractive, and they do improve as the film goes on...Read More at

    Brad Cook
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    John Ford's "My Darling Clementine" arrives in a Criterion Blu-ray release with a 4K digital restoration and a full menu of bonus features that include a slightly longer pre-release version, a new commentary track, a new interview about infamous lawman Wyatt Earp, and much more.Read More at

    Phil Hall
    18 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    Cook, with his geek-chic persona and undiluted enthusiasm for Cooder’s classic music, is a wonderful presence.Read More at

    Phil Hall
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    “Bottles” offers a provocative and uncommonly mature view of dealing with grief and trying to escape from one’s past...Read More at

    Phil Hall
    16 Oct 2014 | 9:03 pm
    Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of memorable films and TV productions that can be found in unauthorized presentations. This week, Phil tracks down a very rare Bugs Bunny appearance...Read More at
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    The Critic
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:30 pm
    In a move to offer premium content to a growing online audience, Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), a premier next generation global content leader, and Tribeca Enterprises, a diversified global media company which owns and operates the Tribeca Film Festival, have partnered to launch a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service, the two companies announced today. The service, called […]

    The Critic
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:29 pm
    Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), a premier next generation global content leader, is teaming with Google to introduce DISTRICT VOICES, the latest campaign in Google’s Art, Copy & Code project to promote The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, the two companies announced today. Mockingjay – Part 1 is the third film in the global blockbuster Hunger […]

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:02 pm
    Universal Pictures today announced the launch of the #IAmUnbroken campaign, an NBCUniversal-wide initiative that celebrates and inspires unbroken spirits from across the world and invites those from all walks of life to share their stories of triumph over adversity. The campaign leads up to the December 25, 2014, release of Unbroken, the new epic drama […]
  • UNBROKEN – Trailer 2

    20 Oct 2014 | 3:16 am
    Here is the second trailer for the upcoming film UNBROKEN. The movie is directed by Angelina Jolie, starring Jack O’Connell, Domhnall Gleeson, Garrett Hedlund, Finn Wittrock, John Magaro, Alex Russell, Miyavi. Unbroken will be in theaters everywhere This Christmas.
  • FEAST Special Look

    The Critic
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:59 am
    Here a special lookfrom Walt Disney Pictures’ FEAST, The short is directed by Patrick Osborne. FEAST will open in theaters in front of WDAS’s new action-packed, big-screen adventure BIG HERO 6 on November 7, 2014 “Feast,” a new short from first-time director Patrick Osborne (head of animation for “Paperman”) and Walt Disney Animation Studios, is […]
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    Nerd Reactor

  • Here’s a shocker – Destiny is the top-selling game of September

    John 'Spartan' Nguyen
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:49 pm
    Here’s news that will complete surprise you to the core. The highly anticipated game from Bungie, Destiny, is the number-one video game for the month of September. It’s almost as surprising as if we were to find out Mayweather’s least favorite show was Reading Rainbow. The NPD data only accounts for physical retail sales of software. And according to Activision, digital sales were also strong, making Destiny the top 10 largest game of all time and also the biggest new franchise launch in video game history. How are you enjoying Destiny so far? Still finding new things to…
  • My Little Pony coming to theaters 2017

    John 'Spartan' Nguyen
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:32 pm
    After the announcement that is Jem and the Holograms, Hasbro is at it again with turning their properties into full-length feature films, and this time, it’s My Little Pony. The toy company will be teaming up with Allspark Pictures (named after the cube from Michael Bay’s Transformers) to create the animated film to be released in 2017, according to Variety. Both Jem and Pony will be the first to be produced under Allspark Pictures. Joe Ballarini will be penning the script, with My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic mastermind Megan McCarthy serving as co-executive producer. This…
  • ‘Zack Snyder’s a genius,’ says Aquaman’s Jason Momoa

    John 'Spartan' Nguyen
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:55 pm
    Art by rahzzah Warner Bros. made some big announcements last week regarding its future DC movie lineup. One of them included the confirmation of Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) as Aquaman, the King of Atlantis. The actor made an appearance at Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta, Georgia, and was finally able to talk about his role (via “I was asked to play it. You know, you audition and stuff like that, but the fact is you’ve just got to keep it quiet,” Momoa said. “You know what I mean, I was just trying to respect Warner Bros. and everyone’s wishes. I’m really, really…
  • Dead Rising: Watchtower casts more actors including Rob Riggle and Epic Meal Time’s Harley

    John 'Spartan' Nguyen
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Legendary and Crackle are currently working on a Dead Rising movie that’s based on the video game by Capcom. So far the confirmed casting included Jesse Metcalfe (John Tucker Must Die), Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time), Virginia Madsen (Witches of East End) and Dennis Haysbert (24). Now the companies have announced today more casting news for Dead Rising: Watchtower. It includes Rob Riggle (Let’s Be Cops, 22 Jump Street), Keegan Connor Tracy (Bates Motel, Once Upon A Time), and Aleks Paunovic (This Means War). The one name that caught me off guard is Harley Morenstein from Epic…
  • Alien: Isolation review – Hold your breath

    Hokan Lo
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:56 pm
    The first time I watched Alien was when I was 13. I wanted to engross myself into Ridley Scott’s space horror masterpiece after experiencing the more action-oriented Aliens from James Cameron. There was a sense of tranquil beauty that Scott’s Alienhad that really can’t be explained in words. Certainly it’s not one in the trilogy that easily translates into a video game. That’s where Creative Assembly comes in with Alien: Isolation. How can a developer whose portfolio consists of mainly strategy games create an authentic survival horror experience? For…
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  • No Woman is "Out-of-Your-League"

    Megan Meade
    3 Oct 2014 | 7:39 am
    Nobody is out of your “league” when you know the secrets to attraction.       We all share the same basic biology and neurology…even if our physical appearances differ. Unlocking the secrets to attraction will give you an advantage greater than any physical beauty.   In fact, women obsessed with their physical appearance are often the easiest to attract. Many have never learned the difference between lust and true attraction so they appeal strictly to men’s primitive instincts. Like a Jedi Mind Trick, it temporarily works.  The majority of men who…
  • Connecticut School Shooting Teaches Valuable Lessons

    Megan Meade
    2 Oct 2014 | 6:59 am
    “One man with a gun can control 100 without one.”   Vladimir Lenin         Another tragic school shooting…another desperate search for answers, scapegoats, and solutions. Ever since the tragedy…mainstream and social media has been littered with the familiar debates over gun control, mental health, video game violence, song lyrics, etc. It’s fine to debate these things every time some wacko commits a massacre…but our desperation to remove these tragedies from our lives will once again remain unsatisfied. Let’s take a look at…
  • Chapter II – How to Meet New People – Overview

    Megan Meade
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Generating attraction requires a mastery of social dynamics.   Without interpersonal skills, any initial success will be short-lived.     How to Meet New People   In Chapter I, we focused on prepping you for learning how to meet new people.  If you just skimmed over that material, please go back and thoroughly digest the articles. Our advanced techniques in Chapter II and III will be sabotaged if you haven’t embraced the concepts in Chapter I and practiced the exercises provided. Think about it… If you don’t have good body language and posture, anything…
  • How Can I Make Myself More Attractive?

    Stacie Davis
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:03 am
    “There are always answers.   We just need to be smart enough to listen.”       How Can I Make Myself More Attractive?   QUESTION from jamesrebel130   I am 23 years old and i am shy and maybe too skinny than i would like to be. But I know i have to change I cant even look at a beautiful woman without looking away. What should i do? I just wish I could submissive not play the dominant role.  Is there a way that i can make myself better with women/ more attractive to them.   I don’t want to pay for a dominatrix my entire life and would like…
  • 10 Commandments for Dating

    Stacie Davis
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:48 pm
      Principles shape our priorities and keep us focused.         The RIGHT principles will guide you toward the life you always imagined.   Take a moment and write-down the most important principles you believe in. Don’t worry about these being well written or extravagant.  This is your private list of priorities – not a public list of super noble, unrealistic goals. As you compile the list, thoughts may pop into your head where your actions in the past didn’t jive with your principles.   How did these experiences turn out?  Probably not very…
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    Total Film News

  • Will Smith, Tom Hardy and Margot Robbie close to signing up for Suicide Squad

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Warner Bros might only have just announced Suicide Squad, but the project already has a director, and could be about to add a trio of A-list stars to its cast list. According to Deadline, Will Smith, Tom Hardy and Margot Robbie are in negotiations with the studio, with deals thought to be close for all three actors. It had previously been reported that Ryan Gosling was also on Warner’s hit list, and with the studio seemingly moving very quickly on this one, don’t be surprised to see him joining the fun sooner rather than later. Based on one of DC’s less broadly-known properties, the…
  • Simon Kinberg talks Fantastic Four reboot

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:43 pm
    Simon Kinberg has been discussing Fox’s forthcoming Fantastic Four reboot, and specifically how the production team are carefully selecting the first footage to debut to fans… “We’re putting it together now,” says Kinberg to, “and one of the important things, because this Fantastic Four is a reboot, and is such a different tonality and vibe from those other films, we want to make sure that the first thing we put out really expresses the voice of the movie, and isn’t compromised by not having visual effects ready, or anything like that.” Kinberg himself has been a…
  • Colin Farrell the latest contender to play Doctor Strange?

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:30 pm
    The casting process for Doctor Strange continues to limp ever onwards, with Colin Farrell the latest name to be linked to Marvel’s favourite sorcerer. According to The Wrap, Farrell is now one of the top names in contention for the role, with Keanu Reeves and Benedict Cumberbatch also thought to be among the frontrunners. The report also claims that Joaquin Phoenix is still in the mix, despite early negotiations having apparently broken down. It is thought he had previously come close to accepting the role, only for the finer points of his deal to prove unsatisfactory… Meanwhile, another…
  • Adam McKay talks Ant-Man rewrites

    19 Oct 2014 | 9:37 am
    Adam McKay has been discussing rewriting Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man script in a new interview with Collider, and has suggested that his version will be more action-heavy. “[Paul Rudd] called me when Edgar Wright stepped away from the project and told me what was going on,” says McKay. “I went and met with Marvel, and I was a little dubious just because I’m friends with Edgar and I didn’t know what the story was.” “And then when I kind of heard what happened, that Edgar had parted ways, and then I saw their materials… I was like, ‘God this is pretty cool’.” “We added some…
  • Jena Malone to appear in Batman v Superman in mystery role

    19 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Batman v Superman might already be packing a seriously over-stacked cast list, but there’s apparently room for one more, with Jena Malone set to appear in the film. According to THR, Malone will feature in a “mystery role”, with no details confirmed as yet regarding who exactly she’ll be playing. Rumour has it that she could be appearing as a female version of Robin, although there’s nothing concrete on that front. A potential headline maker in the works there… Carrie Kelley is another potential character to have been mentioned in the report, a young woman who was rescued by…
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  • #Lootcrate October 2014 (Fear): Sledgesaw Hammer Pen

    Michael Tresca, Sci-Fi Movie Examiner
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:01 am
    Loot Crate is a monthly service in which you receive geek-friendly merchandise at a discount, grouped around a particular theme. This month’s theme was Fear, which is an opportunity to throw in everything about monsters and...
  • #Lootcrate October 2014 (Fear): Toxic Waste Candy

    Michael Tresca, Sci-Fi Movie Examiner
    18 Oct 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Loot Crate is a monthly service in which you receive geek-friendly merchandise at a discount, grouped around a particular theme. This month’s theme was Fear, which is an opportunity to throw in everything about monsters and...
  • #Lootcrate October 2014 (Fear): Death by Kitten T-Shirt

    Michael Tresca, Sci-Fi Movie Examiner
    18 Oct 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Loot Crate is a monthly service in which you receive geek-friendly merchandise at a discount, grouped around a particular theme. This month’s theme was Fear, which is an opportunity to throw in everything about monsters and...
  • Face Off: season 7, episode 12 "Beautiful Disaster"

    Michael Tresca, Sci-Fi Movie Examiner
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:12 pm
    Last night's contestants are now down to the final five and arrive at a post-apocalyptic Universal Studios back lot complete with a downed 747 built for Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds." &nbsp...
  • Face Off: season 7, episode 11 "Off With Their Heads"

    Michael Tresca, Sci-Fi Movie Examiner
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:42 pm
    Last night's episode featured the contestants arriving in a Ancient Greek-themed lab and greeted by McKenzie and Michele Burke. The foundation challenge is to create one of Medusa's victims who has been turned to stone...
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  • Storing your screen for the winter

    Alyssa Hollander
    23 Sep 2014 | 3:10 pm
    All good things must come to an end – at least temporarily. And for those of us who are experiencing colder weather, that good thing is this year’s outdoor movie season. Now, that isn’t to say we can’t squeeze out another few weeks. We have outdoor movie events running through the end of October! But eventually, we’ll have to pack up much of our equipment until the weather warms up. It is imperative to properly store your inflatable movie screens during the winter months. Many of our customers may not use their equipment for six months at a time due to cooler temperatures. The way…
  • 10th anniversary of the Traverse City Film Festival

    Alyssa Hollander
    5 Aug 2014 | 8:32 am
    2014 marks the 10-year anniversary of one of Outdoor Movies’ largest and most prestigious events, the Traverse City Film Festival. Each year, Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore brings the festival to his hometown of Traverse City, MI for a week of entertaining and enlightening films. This year, the festival ran from July 29 through August 3. The most successful year to date, more than 130,000 people attended, with three-quarters of the screenings being completely sold out. The non-profit event infused culture into the resort region and aided in the reconstruction of historic…
  • New and improved projectors

    Alyssa Hollander
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:54 pm
    While inflatable movie screens are our claim to fame, Outdoor Movies has a vast supply of projection solutions for both indoor and outdoor use. We have long been dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality and most reliable products on the market, but this time we have taken a step further. We’d like to introduce our newest additions to the Projectors section of our website. This update includes our full lineup of high definition outdoor movie projectors, as well as the selection of Digital Cinema projectors available for permanent installation indoors. The newest high…
  • Which spare parts do you need?

    Alyssa Hollander
    26 Jun 2014 | 1:41 pm
    It is always a good idea to have back up equipment for your outdoor movie theater system. Better safe than sorry, right? We can never fully rely on electronics, so it’s best to have the proper spare parts so you never miss a show. When Outdoor Movies handles event production, we make sure to bring a back up for every piece of equipment at the site. Our recommendation is to have an extra projector, blower, speaker and various cables. It is best to have these ready to go, to make for seamless transitions in the case of technical malfunctions. Lets start with the projector. For Outdoor…
  • Maui Film Festival is underway

    Alyssa Hollander
    6 Jun 2014 | 8:34 am
    The 15th annual Maui Film Festival is well underway, with tonight being the midpoint of the star-studded event. Actresses Lupita Nyong’o, Emma Roberts and Evan Rachel Wood are among others the on the festival’s high-profile attendance list. The event began on Wednesday, June 4 with fundraisers, panels, receptions and more. It will come to a close this Sunday, June 8 with exciting entertainment and parties that make the festival one to remember. Throughout the long weekend, viewers have the opportunity to see 35 features and 18 short films. We especially love this festival because it…
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    Grumo Media

  • New Grumo: Rocketrip

    Miguel Hernandez
    9 Oct 2014 | 11:07 am
    Explainer video produced by Grumo Media. Your employees travel a lot and it’s costing your company zillions of dollars. You want your employees to treat the company’s money like it’s their own, but you know they can probably do better. So.. if you could reduce travel expenses and reward employees who cut costs, you’d be interested, right? Introducing Rocketrip - a super smart solution that does just that, rewards employees for going above and beyond to save your company money when they travel. How does it work? Easy. Rocketrip’s genius algorithms predict how much a trip should cost.
  • Larky for Financial Institutions

    Miguel Hernandez
    8 Oct 2014 | 10:15 am
    Product demo video produced by Grumo Media. If you run a financial institution, you know that loyalty retention and wallet-share are mission critical. But 20% of consumers consider switching accounts every year and even if they stay with you, they’re likely to buy half of their financial products from someone else. So how do you boost loyalty and revenue? You might use a rewards program to keep people happy. Trouble is, people have lots of cards in their wallet and lots of discounts available, so how do you get them to use yours at the right time and place? Plus, confusing points programs,…
  • New Grumo: CommVault Simpana

    Miguel Hernandez
    2 Oct 2014 | 10:38 am
    Demo video produced by Grumo Media. It’s your job to you keep your company’s data safe. But your data is growing by the day and it is everywhere. And so, managing and protecting applications and databases in both physical and virtual environments is becoming more and more challenging. And backups and restores take a lifetime. So, what if something happens? Can you recover your data in time? Who’s got your back? You need... CommVault Simpana.. a kickass data management platform that is a giant leap forward in protecting, managing and accessing your information. How? Lighting fast…
  • Get a Grumo video for half the price! – With the new Startup Plan

    Miguel Hernandez
    1 Oct 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Today we are introducing a special discount program for startups. For a limited time, if your startup qualifies, we'll produce an awesome Grumo demo video up to 90 secs for only $5K. That's half of our current base price rate! ($10K for a 90 sec demo video.) So how do you qualify? Simple. Just meet the following criteria: 1. You are truly cash-strapped and cannot afford a video at full price. 2. You have a proper working product, website, and logo. 3 to 7. Basically, You are a nice person and love Grumo videos If that sounds like you just submit your application here:…
  • New Grumo: Connect

    Miguel Hernandez
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    This video has been produced by a bunch of creative grumosapiens at Grumo Media. Your friends are all over the place, literally different cities, countries, and who knows some day even planets.. And online is the same deal.. some are on Facebook, some on Instagram, on Whatsapp, linkedIn, Foursquare, Google+, It doesn’t make sense to have to check 7 different places to connect with the people that we care about. We need a common place from where we can connect with everyone and that place has arrived, it’s called well.. Connect! (what else could it be?) Connect is an app that allows you to…
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    Jimmy's Sweet Blog

  • Appreciate the things we don't get anymore

    19 Oct 2014 | 8:19 pm
    Last week my company held its second annual User Group conference, where we invited all of our clients and to come to Milwaukee for sessions, networking, and to meet our team.  This year it was held at the Pfister Hotel, a luxury hotel built in 1893.Being in such an old building and experiencing the awesome architecture reminded me of my time in Europe with my college choir, seeing cathedrals, opera houses, and old churches.Sitting at lunch last Tuesday, talking with one of my coworkers and a couple clients, I commented on how cool the ceiling was in the Imperial Ballroom. …
  • LOST is 10 years old...and I remember it like it was yesterday

    23 Sep 2014 | 5:41 pm
    I've read a bunch of articles about LOST, but The Verge posted a great one about how with all its flaws and craziness, the thing that keeps you watching is the characters and their relationships.  I'll buy that.Maybe a binge of LOST is in order....Also, what are your thoughts on the show?
  • Raised by Penguins? Bat nipples? George Clooney?

    20 Sep 2014 | 12:05 pm
    I wasn't fan of its predecessor, but this sequel gets a couple of things right where Batman failed.  It certainly isn't a great film, and I'm rather impressed these films made enough money that they made four of them.  In any case, I think Batman Returns may be the best film in this series.First things first, Tim Burton really toned down the "iconic shots" in this film and majorly increased the plot (i.e. it had a plot this time).  There are 2.5 villains: the Penguin...a monster played by Danny DeVito, Christopher Walken plays himself (actually he plays Max Shreck, a power…
  • Na na na na na na na na Batman! (1989 edition)

    6 Jun 2014 | 10:15 pm
    As a kid I remember watching the live action Batman (1989) and being very entertained.  It is probably because, as a kid, there wasn't much for me to think about or understand in the film. It is a highly stylized (for 1989), almost cartoonish version of Batman, with very weak characters and plot.  Michael Keaton does fine, as a rather bored Bruce Wayne, with some pretty funny one-liners.  His portrayal of The Batman, however, is a bland, kind of lame superhero.  But you know, even a lame Batman is cool.  I think it is that suit.The Batwing flying straight up....for no…
  • New music from a new artist: MOTHERFOLK

    3 Mar 2014 | 6:28 am
    Motherfolk is a brand new band who just released their first records. Great tunes: &lt;a href=""&gt;Motherfolk by Motherfolk&lt;/a&gt; Here was the Kickstarter video that got them their initial funding:
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    Media Geeks

  • Dracula Untold

    Ryan S. Davis
    13 Oct 2014 | 2:49 pm
    There is never a shortage of vampire movies, especially these days.  Just in time for Halloween comes another attempt at bringing back the original vampire, Dracula himself.  Unlike many Dracula movies, this one actually succeeds at bringing something new and worthwhile to the table.   The first sign of something new is the setting, sometime in the 1400s, I believe.  Dracula is simply known as Vlad, a human who has been trained especially well at fighting and killing from growing up in the army.  So there is a lot of medieval armor and clothing and fighting; it looks more like Lord…
  • Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2014

    Ryan S. Davis
    11 Oct 2014 | 4:14 pm
    Entrance For the second year in a row, Media-Geeks visited the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park.  This year promised to bigger and better than last year.  Did they succeed?  Read on! The first thing that was an improvement over last year, was that the media night this year was not a preview, with some attractions not up and running, but a full-blown public night of the Hayride.  Every attraction was functioning and there was a sizable crowd.  So many people were there, in fact, that parking was a bit of a hassle.  Driving around the close lots with no luck, then looping out…
  • Haunted Hayride 2014 Preview

    Ryan S. Davis
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:49 pm
    Last year, Media-Geeks visited the Haunted Hayride in Los Angeles.  The review is here, but in a nutshell, it’s a great environment, a worthy addition to local Halloween festivities, and has a ton of room for improvement.  This year, the organizers are promising just that, as they announce the new and improved Haunted Hayride:  Echoes from the Rift. Besides the updated hayride itself, there will be 2 new mazes in addition to the returning dark maze that was a highlight last year.  Plus some mysterious attractions, like a “40-foot long Leviathan” and the “FIRST sway…
  • Maleficent

    Christopher Kirkman
    3 Jun 2014 | 12:36 pm
    2014’s summer movie offerings are just getting their start, so bring out the critiques! Disney’s entry continues their recent tradition of taking a time-honored classic animated feature and turning it into a live-action/CGI amalgamation that is sure to intrigue the millions who grew up with the original film. Maleficent casts Angelina Jolie as the title villain, known to just about every man, woman and child as the evil sorceress who curses Sleeping Beauty, transforms into a green-fire breathing dragon and is ultimately defeated by Prince Philip. But that’s not what happens…
  • Edge of Tomorrow

    Ryan S. Davis
    2 Jun 2014 | 1:55 pm
    Several times now, I’ve heard Edge of Tomorrow described as the action version of Groundhog Day.  While that might be a good way to describe the movie quickly to someone who hasn’t heard of it, it does a disservice to an original and exciting movie.  For me, Edge of Tomorrow is so far the best movie of the summer and it deserves more careful consideration than a comparison to a 20-year old comedy. I am generally not a big fan of Tom Cruise, and he’s all over the advertising for this movie.  He always seems smug and too cool in his roles.  This time around, he’s…
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  • Dying of the Light

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:24 am
    Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage ignites a powder keg of action in this electrifying cloak-and-dagger thriller. Evan Lake (Cage), a veteran CIA agent, has been ordered to retire. But when his protégé (Anton Yelchin) uncovers evidence that Lake’s nemesis, the terrorist Banir, has resurfaced, Lake goes rogue, embarking on a perilous, intercontinental mission to eliminate Read the Rest »
  • The Lookalike

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    Drug lord William Spinks has a curious obsession with Sadie Hill, and uses family friends Bobby and Frank (John Corbett and Jerry O’Connell) to get to her. But when Sadie’s death jeopardizes a major deal, Bobby and Frank set out to find a replacement – a lookalike – to fool Spinks. This dubious plan propels Read the Rest »
  • Revenge of the Green Dragons

    15 Oct 2014 | 12:25 pm
    In the vein of crime classics like MEAN STREETS and INFERNAL AFFAIRS, REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS follows two immigrant brothers Sonny (Justin Chon) and Steven (Kevin Wu) who survive the impoverished despair of New York in the 1980s by joining Chinatown gang “The Green Dragons”. The brothers quickly rise up the ranks, drawing the Read the Rest »
  • We’ll Never Have Paris

    15 Oct 2014 | 12:03 pm
    We’ll Never Have Paris is a clumsy and at once human account of screwing up on a transcontinental level in a noble effort to win back “the one.”
  • American Sniper

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:36 am
    U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is sent to Iraq with only one mission: to protect his brothers-in-arms. His pinpoint accuracy saves countless lives on the battlefield and, as stories of his courageous exploits spread, he earns the nickname “Legend.” However, his reputation is also growing behind enemy lines, putting a price on his head and Read the Rest »
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    Obsessed Magazine » Film & Animation

  • #FILM: The Big Deal About Bill Murray’s “St. Vincent”

    Israel Daramola
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:22 am
    THE WHO: Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts and Jaeden Lieberher in a film directed by Ted Melfi. THE WHAT: Vincent (Murray) is a broke, drunken, gambling war veteran retiree who finds himself recruited by his new in-over-her-head, single-mom neighbor, Maggie (McCarthy), to watch over her small yet mature 12-year-old son Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). THE BIG DEAL: I’ll be honest, I don’t follow Bill Murray, the meme, the way most people do. At some point, he became a hipster hero for both his choice in film roles and his offscreen antics–like wedding crashing. For…
  • Kim Gordon Breaks The Silence with New Memoir

    Sarah Marloff
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    Sonic Youth lovers, mark those calendars for February 25. Kim Gordon’s long awaited memoir has finally been granted a release date that will surely shake off February’s winter blues. While “Girl in a Band: A Memoir” promises to look at all aspects of Gordon’s life – from childhood to her latest music project, Body/Head – the book will also explore the idea of partnership: what it means, and more so, “what happens when it dissolves,” says the press release. Presumably, alluding to the end of Gordon’s 27- year marriage with former Sonic Youth bandmate, Thurston…
  • #FILM: The Big Deal About the Music Documentary ‘Nas: Time Is Illmatic’

    Israel Daramola
    10 Oct 2014 | 9:40 am
    THE WHO Nas, Jabari “Jungle” Jones, Q-Tip, Large Professor, Pete Rock THE WHAT “NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC” captures the creative process and evolution of a young Nas in his entrance into rap success and Hip-Hop legend that came about through his debut Illmatic. Twenty years later, Nas returns to his childhood home in Queensbridge, to share stories of his upbringing, his influences and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 19. THE BIG DEAL Illmatic is a classic album. Even if I’d never listened to it enough times to make my head explode,…
  • #FILM: The Big Deal About David Fincher’s “Gone Girl”

    Israel Daramola
    3 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Carrie Coon and Tyler Perry in a film by David Fincher. Based on the 2012 novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl follows Nick Dunne as he deals with the aftermath of his wife gone missing. An intense media circus ensues on Dunne, when the case begins to unravel and he’s suspected to not be as innocent as he proclaims. In “Gone Girl,” Nick Dunne (Affleck) is in a loveless, dying marriage to wife Amy (Pike) when one morning, she disappears–leaving behind a shattered glass table and blood marks on the wall above…
  • Who We’d Cast in Martin Scorsese’s The Ramones Movie

    Meets Obsession
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:15 am
    So if you haven’t heard yet, Martin Scorsese is making a bipoic about the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band on earth, The Ramones.  Although there is no news  on production or release dates, the possibilities alone excites us. Really, if a movie were made about The Ramones, we’d want it to be directed by the great Martin Scorsese. Then we started thinking, who would Scorsese cast? Our excitement soon turned into horror as we imagined Martin Scorses’s favorite muse, Leonardo DiCaprio, acting in a role as Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee or Tommy…or any part, for that matter.  Not to say that…
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  • The Golden Cane Warrior

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    The Golden Cane Warrior is a period martial arts tale directed by Ifa Isfansyah and featuring action choreography by Hong Kong maestro Xin Xin Xiong. It stars Nicholas Saputra, Eva, Celia, Reza Rahadian, Tara Basro and Christine Hakim. Synopsis: The well respected and most feared CEMPAKA, who holds the mighty and powerful Golden Cane relic weapon and its ultimate deadly move, was expected to announce its successor to one of her most talented student. Murder and betrayal took over before the announcement made public and as the Golden Cane falls into the wrong hands, chaos was inevitable. The…
  • 3D chain punches from Donnie Yen in Ip Man 3

    20 Oct 2014 | 4:35 am
    Ip Man 3 will start shooting in March of 2015. Here’s what Yen told Flicks and the City (via EP): “We’re starting next March… it’s going to be my last time around playing Ip Man. I think the fans have been waiting for quite a few years. And I kind of didn’t want to take on this role again, and I was onto experimenting with different characters, different roles, until I’m ready. And now, I feel like I’m ready, so we’ll see. I’ll try do the best I can. And hopefully I can top the first two.” Media Asia Chairman John Chong has officially confirmed that Donnie…
  • Each killer has his own background in Vengeance of an Assassin

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:30 am
    Vengeance of an Assassin is an upcoming Thai martial arts movie from Panna Rittikrai with Dan Chupong as a lead. Don’t miss the bone-crunching, stuntman-destroying trailer below. Plot: Being an assassin has its rules – always keep your eyes on your target, be strict on your mission, execute without any hesitation and there is no room for negotiation. Each killer has his own background, but all of them have trade in their blood and losses. For Natee, his only reason in becoming an assassin and leaving behind his brother and his uncle is to find the truth about his parents’ death. It is…
  • Mathayus embarks on his most dangerous assignment ever in Scorpion King 4

    19 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Check out the first trailer for The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power. The Blu-ray & DVD will be releasing on January 20, 2015. Plot: The deposed warrior king Mathayus (Victor Webster) embarks on his most dangerous assignment ever as he attempts to bring lasting peace to his troubled land. When he is betrayed by a trusted friend, Mathayus must marshal all his strength and cunning to outwit a formidable opponent who will stop at nothing to destroy him in an epic battle to the death. The Scorpion King 4 continues the thrilling saga and currently in development. Victor Webster returns in the…
  • Seagal recruited to assassinate a drug dealer in Mercenary Absolution

    18 Oct 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Steven Seagal’s upcoming action film The Mercenary Absolution is his 6th time collaboration with Keoni Waxman. Plot: When an ex-operative is recruited by his old boss to assassinate an Afghan drug dealer, he begins to suspect a link between a drug smuggling operation, a sex trafficking ring and the US Government. Check out the trailer below The post Seagal recruited to assassinate a drug dealer in Mercenary Absolution appeared first on  | Budomate Magazine.
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  • Did Pharrell Williams make two critical mistakes on Monday's episode of 'The Voice'?'
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:25 pm
    Since he first joined "The Voice" this season, Pharrell Williams has been something of wizard. The reigning Producer of the Year at the Grammys has basically taken almost every artist he has desired for his team. But on Monday's episode, Adam Levine stole his thunder... twice! Join the lively reality show discussions going on right now in the Gold Derby message boards -BREAK- With battle rounds on stage for a third time, the audience saw 12 remaining contenders face off in six challenges. It is very possible Team Pharrell chose the wrong winner not once but twice, with Team Adam reaping the…
  • 'The Walking Dead' contest: One-legged Bob Stookey predicted to die next
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    Poor Bob Stookey (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) just can't catch a break on "The Walking Dead," can he? First, his leg was removed and served up as BBQ to the Termite cannibals, and now our Gold Derby contest users think that Bob is going to be the next character killed off the show. Do YOU think Bob will die in next week's episode? Be sure to make your own predictions by using our easy drag-and-drop menu below, as those will factor into our official racetrack odds that are pored over by other "Walking Dead" fans and AMC execs who want to know which characters you think'll be killed off next.
  • 'Survivor' contest frontrunner on why he's jumping on the Jeremy Collins bandwagon'
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:04 am
    While I'm personally rooting for Baylor Wilson to win "Survivor: San Juan del Sur," one of our contest frontrunners, Ryan Lapierre, says he's jumping on the Jeremy Collins bandwagon. "He is a firefighter and he is very smart," explains Lapierre. "I can see him blindsiding a lot of people, like he did with Drew Christy, to get to the very end." After previously giving us his thoughts on "Project Runway," this young movie-theater worker from Massachusetts now sets his sights on "Survivor." Below, our new Q&A with Lapierre. Psst: Here's how to predict reality TV shows and win bragging rights AND…
  • Oscars predictions update: Experts still backing 'Boyhood,' Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, ...
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:50 am
    The 22 members of our Oscars Experts panel have updated their predictions in light of the boffo box office this weekend of both the new #1 film "Fury" and the continuing success of "Gone Girl". And they factored in the stellar performance of limited release "Birdman (which racked up $100,000 on each of four screens in its first weekend) as well as building buzz on two more contenders ("American Sniper" and "Unbroken"). -BREAK- At this point in last year's race, our Experts had already predicted 22 of the eventual 34 nominees in the top six races. And it is time to make your early…
  • 'Survivor' predictions: Why we think Baylor Wilson can (and should) win the $1 million
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:25 am
    Here at Gold Derby, our Editors often engage in lively battles and strong disagreements over who's out front to win reality TV and awards shows. That's why it's so strange to see Editor Matt Noble and I actually in agreement for once. When it comes to the current 29th season of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur," we both think that 20-year-old Baylor Wilson, a student at Belmont University, has what it takes to be the ultimate Survivor and win the $1 million prize. If Baylor does claim victory, she will join the ranks of only 12 other female winners. Compare that total to the 16 male winners who've…
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  • Leaving Circadia

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Leaving Circadia portrays extended adolescence no differently than what we’ve seen before with a pacing and style that doesn’t take any chances. This romantic comedy strives to bring home the point of pursuing American dreams, but the film fails to see past its own hypocritical plasticity as it is just as predictable and light-hearted as any other date-night American rom-com.
  • The Congress

    9 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Equally clever and weird, The Congress examines the century-old fight for artistic autonomy by exploring the consumption of the celebrity through a contrarian message of hope in the film industry. Using both live-action footage and a plethora of animation styles, The Congress is bound to make an impact while joining the growing list of Hollywood satires.
  • The Giver

    7 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    For many middle-schoolers, The Giver was the first opportunity for readers to get a taste of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and a bad taste for the ills of orthodoxy. The novel portrayed the travails of communist rhetoric about fairness and conformity with just a touch of magical realism. Fueled by the recent young adult film adaptations like Divergent, The Hunger Games, and even Harry Potter, the adaptation of The Giver falls into its own trap of “sameness”.
  • The One I Love

    3 Oct 2014 | 2:47 pm
    The One I Love is not like the other romantic comedies you may have seen. That’s because romance is overshadowed by the creepiness and whimsy of what could have been a simple Twilight Zone episode. In what might be one of the most original films of the year, The One I Love is relentless in its twists and compelling with its challenging plot.
  • Friday Night Films at Eckerd College

    2 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Eckerd College’s International Cinema Series is upon us again, and the films scheduled for their Fall 2014 semester make Eckerd’s main campus the place to be on Friday nights.   Nathan Andersen, Associate Professor of Philosophy, and Christina Petersen, Associate Professor of Film Studies, have scheduled an array of films as engaging as any offered at the big­name festivals. Highlights include Pawel Pawlowski’s award­-winning Polish film Ida, Best Film winner 
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    Deadbolt » Movies

  • The Maze Runner – A Mixture of Lord of the Flies and Lost

    Chris D'souza
    13 Oct 2014 | 2:33 pm
    If you have seen the movie Lord of the Flies and the popular TV show Lost, then the Maze Runner just might be a movie of interest for you. It seems like a fusion of the Lord of the Flies with a discarded plot of the TV show Lost, which is bound to get you in! But, there will be no escape either, until and unless all four entries of the Author James Dashner’s hit series of young-adult novels are taken into production. This first installment of the hit series does not waste any time in grabbing the attention of viewers. It all comes down to the movie’s compelling opening sequence, in which…
  • Dracula Untold – The World Doesn’t Need a Hero It Needs a Monster

    Chris D'souza
    10 Oct 2014 | 2:42 pm
    If you are a fan of vampire movies you probably do know the ordinary blood sucking storyline, but Dracula Untold might just have a different surprise for you. The movie leads back to the 15th century in which a Transylvanian prince becomes the biggest bloodsucker the world may have ever seen. Vlad the lead actor played by Luke Evans, starts out as an ordinary family man who loves his homeland, his wife and kid. But, soon did he know that his family would come under threat by the Turkish warlords. Vlad tries his best to protect his family and his homeland. However, he cannot become a hero and…
  • The Giver – the True Pain and Pleasure of the “Real” World

    Chris D'souza
    8 Oct 2014 | 2:22 pm
    If you have watched The Hunger Games and Divergent, but didn’t find them interesting, The Giver is certainly a movie which can deliver the teen dystopia that’s right for you. The movie is based on the 1993 bestselling novel written by Lois Lowry. It grabs the attention of the viewers, but the movie lacks the action-driven spectacle and star sizzle The Hunger Games offered. However, The Giver still gets the point across in its serious and subtle way. The storyline of the movie isn’t something you haven’t seen before it starts with a place in a rigorously-controlled…
  • No Good Deed – Don’t Trust a Killer

    Chris D'souza
    6 Oct 2014 | 10:20 am
    Starring Idris Elba, No Good Deed is an American thriller film, written by Aimee lagos and directed by Sam Miller. The movie starts with Colin Evans (Idris Elba) who after serving five years in prison for manslaughter is denied parole. However, this is where the interesting part begins, Colin escapes on his return to prison shooting the driver and a guard in the process. And then goes to Atlanta, where he stalks his fiance named Alexis. Colin is enraged she has been cheating on him, confronts her with evidence showing she was unfaithful to him. Alexis admits she was sleeping with another man…
  • Annabelle – the Prequel of Conjuring Racks Up Some Real Scares

    Chris D'souza
    3 Oct 2014 | 2:14 pm
    If you are a horror fan, but have somehow missed “The Conjuring” last year, let us bring you up to speed with Annabelle. In The Conjuring, Annabelle was this creepy looking old doll that could bring hell to any household, just by sitting on a shelf. Towards the end of The Conjuring, the doll left a lasting impression, and there is no doubt deserved her own story, in her very own movie. Therefore, the end result here is a basic origin story set in the 1970′s. The doll makes her appearance as a typical vintage toy with a happy new owner, Mia. What happens next might blow your…
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  • スマートフォンの遠隔操作が簡単にできるように。

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:41 am
    日本でもスマートフォンの遠隔操作は簡単に出来る時代になってきているらしいです。 そういったソフトをスマホにダウンロードさえすれば、そのスマホを遠隔操作できるっていうんだから怖いですよね。 今はまだiPhoneでのそういった事は難しいみたいなんですが、Androidの方はセキュリティ的にも遠隔操作出来るアプリが増えているそうです。…
  • スマホの乗っ取り事件が流行っている?

    30 Aug 2014 | 9:59 pm
    同じスマートフォンでも、AndroidとiPhoneはやっぱり大きく異なります。 一番大きいのは、iPhoneはセキュリティが強いってことですかね。 ウイルスにかかったりはもちろん滅多にないですし、その辺に落ちている個人製作の一般アプリはダウンロードできません。 逆に不便といえば不便ですが、安心は出来ますね笑 一方Androidはよりパソコンに近いので、Flashも見れますし、個人サイトからアプリのダウンロードなども出来ます。…
  • スマホのアプリって本当どんどん進化してますよね!

    27 Aug 2014 | 9:49 pm
    最近のアプリが色々とスゴすぎて\(^O^)/ スマホのアプリって本当どんどん進化してますよね?! ゲームはもちろん、ビジネスで使える便利アプリやこれなにに使うのっていう変なアプリ、 コミュニケーションアプリにペットアプリだったり、音楽アプリ、 ちょっと怪しい危ないアプリとか、毎日新着が上がるほどで、凄さを実感してます!! 最近ではパソコンと連動して使うものやリモート機能のあるものまで!…
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    So Good It's Awesome

  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998) - Review

    Bobby Brake
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:26 am
    Ever After is a retelling of Cinderella.That's it!  Review over!  See you next time, folks!But seriously, what more is there to say about this?  I mean... it's a perfectly fine movie; it's got some charm, Drew Barrymore is adorable, etc.  But really... there's almost no point in doing a review of this, because there's literally nothing I can add to it.  It speaks for itself.  It's a Cinderella movie; there ya go.I guess I can provide a bit of background.  I've never been a big fan of Cinderella.  I'd even go as far to say that it's one of my least…
  • Sword Art Online (2013) - First Impressions

    Bobby Brake
    27 Aug 2014 | 1:22 pm
    LLCoolK in actionDespite how much I have professed my love for Neon Genesis Evangelion, I have still been quite reticent to do a full-dive into the world of anime.  Oh sure, I've watched a few episodes of the silly shows on Netflix like Rosario + Vampire and Fairy Tale (for clarification, both were funny and entertaining), but something has always been holding me back from getting completely into anime.Maybe it's because I don't particularly like reading subtitles, so all anime I watch will be English-dubbed.  And RIGHT there, I just lost pretty much everyone.  Or maybe…
  • Howl's Moving Castle (2004) - Review

    Bobby Brake
    5 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    Howl's Moving Castle is an animated film directed by the acclaimed Hayao Miyazaki, based off of a novel of the same name.  Not being an expert of anime (my knowledge pretty much extends to Evangelion and Evangelion alone), I'm not sure how this fits into his filmography.  From what I've read, this isn't one of his better films.  I can't speak for this, as the only other Miyazaki film I've seen at the time of writing this is Spirited Away (also a great movie).  But what I can speak for is that both Spirited and this film are some of the most beautifully nuanced and…
  • The Possession (2012) - Review

    Bobby Brake
    23 Jun 2014 | 3:13 pm
    You have something on your face.Possession movies are kind of done.  I mean, after The Exorcist... where can you possibly go?  I guess my question has already been answered: The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Last Exorcism, Paranormal Activity, The Conjuring, etc.  With a few exceptions (The Conjuring being a major one), most possession films feel very samey and played out.  Is The Possession (nice title, guys) one of those exceptions?Not quite.  Almost.Right away, the movie hits you hard with a cold open, and you can tell that it's something kind of different.  The…
  • Pitch Perfect (2012) - Review

    Bobby Brake
    13 Jun 2014 | 1:37 pm
    You know those movies that seem like they're designed solely to grate on your nerves?  This is one of those movies for me.  Following in the wake of the incredibly successful Glee, Pitch Perfect attempts to songify college in the same way that Glee songifies high school.Okay, Glee sucks.  There, I said it.  Not a controversial opinion by this point, but it still needs to be said.  So how do you think this fares?  Hint: not too well.  This movie is obnoxious through and through.Good night, everyone!Really?  You need more?Anna Kendrick, you get out of…
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    The Cult of Matt and Mark

  • 137 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    19 Oct 2014 | 10:10 pm
    Our penultimate pick for our October "The horror... The horror.." marathon is the cult classic 1974 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. A film that adds family life to the derangement of your standard slasher-killer horror film standby, TTCM is the inspiration for arguably better fair such as Rob Zombie's House of a 1000 Corpses. Sadly, most of the film is consumed in tedious chase scenes and waits until its last 20 minutes to truly reveal is genius. Worth a watch none-the-less.Download: 137 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
  • 136 Killer Klowns from Outer Space

    13 Oct 2014 | 10:08 pm
    The Horror... The Horror... continues this week when we review the highly regarded B-movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space, a movie that sets your expectations low by its premise. Matt retells his childhood clown trauma while Mark patiently listens, trying to provide healing.  Why are these clowns so creepy? Partly, its the monster movie in reverse. You see them in all their gratuity at the outset, and as its silliness wears off, the disturbia settles in.Download: 136 Killer Klowns from Outer Space
  • 135 Ringu (Ring)

    5 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    The Horror... The Horror... continues this week with your marathon run-up to Halloween. We review the original Japanese Ringu (Ring) from which inspired the highly successful American remake. A minimalist fright-fest, gone are the typical gory tropes of traditional film horror, instead replaced by a meta-foreboding that will make you jump at the site of grainy old school television sets and the shrill ring of land line phones. Matt and Mark ponder Sadako's curse in the age of Youtube and wonder if its possible to curse an entire  planet.Download: 135 Ringu (Ring)
  • 134 The Exorcist

    28 Sep 2014 | 10:38 pm
    Time to have a chat with Captain Howdy this week when Matt and Mark review the horror classic The Exorcist. Continuing on with our pre-Halloween "The Horror..." marathon, we discuss the disturbing Friedkin masterpiece that has few, if any, parallels. The Exorcist is strangely a movie for skeptics by skeptics, taunting one to ask terrifying questions about humanity's existence. While many think the opposite of love is hate, the opposite of love is indifference, and the demon occupier Pazuzu/Captain Howdy epitomizes this anti-human element by brutally perverting an innocent twelve year girl,…
  • 133 Pieces

    21 Sep 2014 | 10:42 pm
    And we're back! The Horror... The Horror... this week we start off The Cult of Matt and Mark's horror movie marathon on the run up to Hell'oween with the grindhousey Pieces from 1982. A movie that defines the slasher genre in all of its cliche'd silliness. Mark is able to appreciate the films nuances, while Matt laments his inability to partake in Washington State's new-found freedom to herbally enhance for such cinematic exploitation. Nowadays, it has been out done by the horror auters it inspired (e.g. Eli Roth), it gives the gory gross out the old college try.Download:  133 Pieces
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  • Avengers: Age of Ultron is the Most Visual Effects Heavy Entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

    20 Oct 2014 | 3:36 pm
    According to executive producer Victoria Alonso, Avengers: Age of Ultron will feature over 3000 visual effects shots, more then any other movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Yes, that’s even more then the current Marvel Cinematic Universe VFX champ, Guardians of the Galaxy (something like 2750). I mean let’s be honest here, this should come […] Read Avengers: Age of Ultron is the Most Visual Effects Heavy Entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Filmonic.
  • Chris Rock’s Top Five

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:46 pm
    Top Five what? Oh no, that’s the name of the movie and this is the trailer for said movie starring, written and directed by Chris Rock, about a comedian who’s not funny anymore. Chris Rock is no stranger to going behind the camera to direct his own movies, sadly I can’t say his previous two […] Read Chris Rock’s Top Five on Filmonic.
  • 7 Great Films That Should Really Be in the Criterion Collection

    Matthew Geoffino
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:56 am
    For all of its confusing lapses in judgement at times, the Criterion Collection remains one of the finest and most high-quality brands in the home video markets today.  Although it gives me great relief and happiness that certain films which deserve it are given the Criterion treatment, for every one or two that get it; […] Read 7 Great Films That Should Really Be in the Criterion Collection on Filmonic.
  • Robert Downey Jr. Might Show Up in Captain America 3

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:42 am
    Batman and Superman’s might not be the only versus we see on the big screen in 2016, that is if Variety’s breaking news ends up panning out and Robert Downey Jr. joins Captain America 3. According to various reports, Captain America 3 could have a much more important role in Marvel’s Phase Three. If the […] Read Robert Downey Jr. Might Show Up in Captain America 3 on Filmonic.
  • Nicolas Cage is After an Old Nemesis in Dying of the Light

    19 Oct 2014 | 11:41 am
    Nicolas Cage has been, on average, in three movies a year over the last decade, espionage thriller Dying of the Light is just one of them and I bet you already know exactly what it’s going to be about. If you answered “veteran CIA agent suffering of dementia is forced to retire”, then you must […] Read Nicolas Cage is After an Old Nemesis in Dying of the Light on Filmonic.
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    The Moon is a Dead World

  • Silent Night, Deadly Night 30th Anniversary (Anchor Bay Blu-Ray) | Movie Review

    Ryne Barber
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Silent Night, Deadly Night has had a huge following since its release in 1984; it’s one of the more iconic Christmas horror movies, and part of that comes from the outcry of offended people during its release and the film’s subsequent disappearance from theaters. Parents weren’t happy that kids were seeing a murderous Santa Claus rip through dozens of teens on Christmas night, and their protestations really only helped to propel the film into cult status. It helped that it was a particularly brutal film with quite a few exposed breasts. That a 30th anniversary of the movie…
  • 4WoS: Vampires | Songs of Bloodsucking Ecstasy: Your Vampire Playlist for October 20 – 26

    Ryne Barber
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:25 am
    Sure, there are tons of goth rock songs centered around vampires and blood; if you want that, feel free to check out the Misfits, HIM, or any number of similar bands. I’m just not a huge fan, so instead of opting for those easier playlists, I set out to find themed songs where either the title or the band fit the vampire tone. That’s actually pretty difficult, but I did my best to incorporate different vampire tropes into this 45 minute playlist. On here you’ll find some obvious stuff like Vampire Weekend’s eerie song “Step” or Samhain’s (another…
  • 4WoS: Werewolves | Howling V: The Rebirth

    Ryne Barber
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:09 am
    You might ask why I’m covering Howling V: The Rebirth instead of the much better films in the series like The Howling or Howling II; it’s a valid question, one that my wife also had when we started the film. For one, the Howling series doesn’t really require an introduction from previous sequels. But most importantly, I saw its description on Netflix, remembered that I had seen parts of it on TV when I was a kid, and I never finished it. Part of what intrigued me back then was that it took the Old World connotations of werewolves and threw it into the…
  • 4WoS: Werewolves | American Dad: “Finances with Wolves”

    Ryne Barber
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:47 am
    As we work through FOX’s Animation Domination block of shows (although if I recall correctly, Futurama was already off the air before American Dad premiered), we stop at American Dad‘s first season episode “Finances with Wolves.” For the most part, this is a regular episode of the show, with the A- and B-plots tackling Francine’s need for her own muffin business and Klaus’ attempts to bang her in a new, black-tacular body. But the C-plot involves Scott – in general, a character that’s normally given only a small chunk of the episode anyway…
  • 4WoS: Werewolves | Futurama: “The Honking”

    Ryne Barber
    16 Oct 2014 | 8:29 am
    Leave it to Futurama to tackle werewolf lore with a decidedly futuristic bent. In the year 3000, anything is possible, even the talking head of cryogenically-frozen Ted Williams, and in season three’s episode “The Honking,” the show re-envisions werewolves as deadly cars that run people over to turn them into the revving undead. Futurama is much more invested in its plot about werewolves and werecars in this episode than just making quick mention of it. “The Honking” finds time to throw in references to both classic werewolf films and killer car films…
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  • Adventures in VHS – A message from Noel

    8 Oct 2014 | 11:53 am
    The post Adventures in VHS – A message from Noel appeared first on .
  • You can now buy the Adventures in VHS book!

    2 Oct 2014 | 3:27 am
    So, in case you missed the exclusive announcement on the most recent episode of the podcast, yesterday was a big day for the Adventures in VHS project as the book went live for pledges via Unbound. In case you don’t know who Unbound are, they are a publisher who were recently in the news for having got the first ever crowd-funded book on to the Man Booker Prize long list - and have graciously accepted me into their fold of authors. What’s great about Unbound is, not only do they offer a host of cool options for the book (digital, hardback and all sorts of other editions set by me…
  • Adventures in VHS Episode 15 – Breakdance 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984)

    1 Oct 2014 | 3:12 am
    A very special episode as I can finally and exclusively reveal how you can get your hands on the Adventures in VHS book! Not only that, but I also take an in depth look at one of the wildest, funniest and most 80s film of all time – Breakdance 2: Electric Boogaloo. As always, we start off with a look at the UK VHS release of the film, in this case released on Guild Home Video and Cannon Films, before immersing ourselves in trailers and cover art. Then, I’m joined by my old friend and podcasting partner Mr Ian Loring for a full and frank review of the movie. Subscribe to the…
  • The worst film I ever saw… Inbred.

    1 Sep 2014 | 12:33 pm
    When people find out you’re a film lover, they tend to ask you what your favourite film is. When you explain your taste is more for the gruesome realms of cult and exploitation cinema, their next question is usually what the worst film you’ve ever seen is. Which is a question I can usually answer much more quickly. A few years back, when writing for Eat Sleep Live Film, myself and the site’s other co-founders sat down to watch Alex Chandon’s Inbred at FrightFest. Never have I been so incensed by a movie and I doubt very much I ever will again. Just the other day,…
  • Adventures in VHS Episode 14 – Hot Dog: The Movie (1984)

    8 Aug 2014 | 11:26 am
    The Adventures in VHS podcast just got a little bit raunchier, as Episode 14 brings you all sorts of sexy slope side mayhem in Peter Markle’s 1984 ski-sploitation flick Hot Dog: The Movie. As always, expect a bit of an insight into the history of the film, a look at it’s UK VHS release on Entertainment in Video and a clip-fuelled review of the movie itself. There’s even a smidgen of news on the upcoming Adventures in VHS book. As is always the case, feedback, likes, follows and iTunes reviews are always greatly appreciated and you can find all the links to do this on the…
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  • Disney's 'Moana' to Arrive in 2016, First-Look Art Unveiled

    Movie News Plus
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:20 am
    Walt Disney Animation Studios revealed plans today for Moana, a sweeping, CG-animated comedy-adventure about a spirited teenager on an impossible mission to fulfill her ancestors’ quest. In theaters in late 2016, the film is directed by the renowned filmmaking team of Ron Clements and John Musker (“The Little Mermaid,” “The Princess and the Frog,” “Aladdin”). “John and I have partnered on so many films—from ‘The Little Mermaid’ to ‘Aladdin’ to ‘The Princess and the Frog,’” said Clements. “Creating ‘Moana’ is one of the great thrills of our career. It’s…
  • Weekend Box Office 10-17 to 10-19 (2014)

    Movie News Plus
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Weekend Box Office Actuals / October 17, 2014 - October 19, 2014Sony's Fury led the way this weekend with an estimated $23.5 million first-place debut. The Brad Pitt WWII drama, directed by David Ayer and co-starring Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal and Michael Pena, was the best opening for Ayer as a director (besting the $13.15 million start of 2012's End of Watch). For Pitt, the film is his 11th highest opening, coming in just behind the $26.8 million start of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008). Fury opened with $8.83 million on Friday (an estimated $1.2 million of that…
  • Poster for Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes' Starring Christoph Waltz, Amy Adams

    Movie News Plus
    17 Oct 2014 | 2:24 pm
    A new poster has come online for the Tim Burton-directed biopic, Big Eyes, starring Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams. Opening in theaters December 25th, the film is based on the true story of Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who was one of the most successful painters in the 1950s and early 1960s. The artist earned staggering notoriety by revolutionizing the commercialization and accessibility of popular art with his enigmatic paintings of waifs with big eyes. The truth would eventually be discovered though: Keane’s were actually not created by him at all, but by his wife, Margaret (Amy Adams).
  • 'Ghost in the Shell' Movie Eyes Scarlett Johansson

    Movie News Plus
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:49 pm
    Scarlett Johansson now appears to be the front-runner to lead DreamWorks' live-action adaptation of the popular Japanese manga, Ghost in the Shell. According to Deadline, the studio has sent out a significant cash offer to The Avengers and Lucy star. Snow White and the Huntsman helmer, Rupert Sanders, is directing from a script by Bill Wheeler, which follows a cyborg super-agent and member of a covert ops unit of the Japanese National Public Safety Commission that specializes in fighting technology-related crime. Avi Arad, Steven Paul and Mark Sourian are producing. Margot Robbie (The Wolf of…
  • 'Top Five' Trailer: Chris Rock Leaves Comedy Behind

    Movie News Plus
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    Paramount has released the first trailer for Top Five, the new comedy written, directed by, and starring Chris Rock. The film, which earned rave reviews at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, also stars Rosario Dawson, Kevin Hart, Tracy Morgan, Cedric The Entertainer, J.B. Smoove, Sherri Shepherd, Anders Holm, Romany Malco, Leslie Jones, Michael Che, and Jay Pharoah. Top Five tells the story of New York City comedian-turned-film star Andre Allen (Chris Rock), whose unexpected encounter with a journalist (Rosario Dawson) forces him to confront the comedy career—and the past—that…
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    You Won Cannes

  • Blu-Ray Review: Life After Beth (2014, Dir, Jeff Baena)

    Shawn Francis
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:45 am
    ATTENTION: It’s a cold hard fact that this review contains tremendous spoilers, so if you have an inherent, almost medical sensitivity to them I recommend NOT reading any further. You have been summarily warned! When I’m interested in reviewing a movie I’ve never seen before I need to know what I’m getting into before I commit one or the other to it, which means locating a trailer. Life After Beth was the first movie I didn’t do that with, not did I know anything about the plot. I simply received a press release on the pending DVD and blu-ray and based on the people I know who…
  • Made-For-TV: The Legend Of Lizzie Borden (1975, Dir, Paul Wendkos)

    Shawn Francis
    10 Oct 2014 | 6:14 pm
    I’ve always wondered why certain crimes get more notoriety than others. With serial killers it’s understandable, they’re the most evil of evildoers and that fascinates us, but what of people who only kill one person, or a small group, and never kill again? Is it the murder, or the murderer, or both? Take Lizzie Borden’s 1892 ax murder of her father and stepmother. I’m sure she wasn’t the first woman to kill another human being with an ax, so why does she go down in infamy when others don’t? Slow news day? The weather? The townsfolk? If she was alive in the 20th or 21st century…
  • Blu-ray Review: Edge Of Tomorrow (2014, Dir, Doug Liman)

    Shawn Francis
    4 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    After Groundhog Day (1993) came out I was a little surprised that there weren’t more films made exploiting that particular time travel anomaly Bill Murray suffered from in that film. The only other movie I can recall that had a similar plot was 12:01 (1993), which came out the same year. Here we are in 2014 and there are two new movies I know of now using this concept, the soon to be released sex comedy, Premature (2014), where a kid ends up re-living the embarrassing day he lost his virginity over and over, and the movie I’m about to talk in depth about, the Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt sci-fi…
  • Blu-ray Review: Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here (2014, Dir, Turner Clay)

    Shawn Francis
    27 Sep 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Seeing as zombies aren’t my favorite movie monsters I was surprised that the last zombie flick I added to my collection was John Gulager’s Zombie Night (2013), and it’s not because I don’t like Gulager. He did a masterful job with Feast (2005) and a not bad job with Feast II (2008), it’s just the distributor who footed the bill for Zombie Night, The Asylum, I’m not a fan of. But they are showing some promise these days with their Syfy channel zombie series, Z Nation, which so far I’m a fan of. Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here (that’s the longest subtitle…
  • Blu-ray Review: Rebirth Of Mothra I-III (1996-1998)

    Shawn Francis
    10 Sep 2014 | 4:12 pm
    I had no clue that Toho had remade Mothra and then added a couple of sequels until I discovered that double feature DVD Sony put out back in 2000. Yeah, I bought it, and then wished I hadn’t after I started watching the first one. It was the direction they took with it that destroyed my interest. They made it for kids. I’m not sure it all the way through. I think I may have done a lot of fast forwarding, but I do remember putting on the second, thinking for some reason it would be better. It wasn’t. It was the same tone, and I remember doing a lot of fast forwarding on it too.
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  • Dia Mirza Married Sahil Sangha

    19 Oct 2014 | 3:28 am
    Bollywood actress turned producer and former beauty queen Dia Mirza finally tied the knot with long time boyfriend Sahil Sangha, a producer on October 18th at a farmhouse in New Delhi. The marriage ceremony was held according to the Arya Samaj rituals. The marriage took place in the presence of relatives and close friends. This will be followed by a big reception in Mumbai. The couple have known each other since 2009 and confirmed their relationship in April 2014, after their formal engagement. Their friendship started when Sahil visited the Hyderabadi princess Dia Mirza to narrate the script…
  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Flags Off The 16th Mumbai Film Festival

    14 Oct 2014 | 10:13 am
    Internationally acclaimed Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan declared the 16th Mumbai Film Festival open on Tuesday, calling it an ‘honour’ to be given the privilege. “Kudos to the team and everybody who has made this happen. I knew what was going on and what it took to keep the flag going. I am experiencing the conviction, belief, faith they had to keep this festival going. I take such pride and such an honour to be standing here today and declaring 16th Mumbai Film festival open”, the charming Aishwarya told the reporters after the opening ceremony. Aishwarya, Helen and…
  • Watch The Official Trailer For The Film ‘Happy Ending’

    10 Oct 2014 | 5:31 am
    Illuminati Films & Eros International has released the official trailer for the upcoming romance-comedy film Happy Ending, which is directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Music is given by Sachin-Jigar. The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D’Cruz, Ranvir Shorey, Govinda and Kalki Koechlin. Kareena Kapoor Khan and Preity Zinta will be seen in special appearances in the film. Happy Ending is scheduled to hit theatres on 21st of November. Hit the video to watch the trailer: Plot: Yudi (Saif Ali Khan), a writer hasn’t penned anything in many years and is caught between finding…
  • The Official Trailer For ‘Focus’ Starring Will Smith And Margot Robbie

    10 Oct 2014 | 4:18 am
    Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for the upcoming romantic-comedy-drama film Focus. The project is written and directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (I Love You Phillip Morris). It is produced by Denise Di Novi. Music for the film is given by Nick Urata. The star casts include Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Gerald McRaney, Rodrigo Santoro, Robert Taylor, Brennan Brown and BD Wong. Focus will hit theatres on 27th of February 2015. Hit the video to watch the trailer: Plot: Will Smith stars as Nicky, an experienced master of misdirection who becomes romantically involved with…
  • Watch The New Trailer For Xavier Dolan’s Film ‘Mommy’

    24 Sep 2014 | 4:22 am
    Roadside Attractions has released a new trailer for the upcoming Canadian drama film Mommy. The project is written and directed by Quebecois filmmaker Xavier Dolan and produced by Nancy Grant. The film won the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and has been selected as the entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. The star casts include Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clement, Antoine-Oliver Pilon, Patrick Huard and Alexandre Goyette. Mommy will hit theatres January 2015. Hit the video to watch the trailer:
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  • Exclusive Wrong Turn 6 Infographic Details All Kills

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Wrong Turn 6 Last Resort releases on Bluray DVD Digital HD on Tuesday October 21 and in honor of the latest inbred Hillbilly bloodbath we have an exclusive infographic that details each of the main characters including Three Finger Saw Tooth and One Eye and their kills.
  • Annebelle Pulled from French Theaters

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:49 pm
    Heres a head scratching piece of news for you Annabelle has been yanked from a number of French cinemas after incidents that saw people rioting during the screenings. Apparently that little doll (it certainly wasnt the film that enticed insanity as its a tame PG rated film showcasing zero graphic gore zero nudity and not a single foul word) branded R in an attempt to appear taboo. Maybe the dense moviegoers out there were fooled.
  • Spoiler The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 2 Strangers Review

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:41 am
    While Daryl and Carol are still out they spot a car speeding by. A car that happens to have Beth inside. Its on the move for these two. Bob meanwhile is outside just thinking on all of the lunacy thats gone down when suddenly hes knocked unconscious by a man in a hooded getup. It turns out that it was the few remaining survivors of Terminus that ambushed Bob. There arent many left but theyve clearly got the upper hand. And as a few moments unravel we see just how unbelievable the situation is. Bob hasnt just been captured by the freaks of Terminus hes actually being eaten by Gareth and his…
  • Heres a Brand New Gallery for Insidious Chapter 3

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:41 am
    It wont be long before we see a third chapter in the Insidious franchise (May 29th 2015). But while we are forced to wait we figured why not share a few images to lure you back into this haunted world. Youll be able to check out a series of pics below and youll likely get a kick out of these
  • Saw Celebrates 10 Years with a Return to Theaters

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:41 am
    For those who love ultraviolence and unorthodox kills Saw is for you. 10 years ago James Wan delivered a wily film that pushed the boundaries of morality and forced viewers to weigh the importance of existence. The film spawned six sequels and managed a rare feat it won cult fans and mainstream audiences over alike.
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    Out of the Past ~ A Classic Film Blog

  • Books Written by Classic Film Bloggers

    Raquel Stecher
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Classic film bloggers are a talented bunch. Did you know that several of them have written books? Below is a collection of their published works. If I missed any that you think should be included, please let me know and I'll add them to the list. Enjoy!Missing Reels: A NovelFarran Smith Nehme of A Self-Styled SirenFilm Noir 101: The 101 Best Film Noir Posters from the 1940s-1950sby Mark Fertig of Where Danger LivesShowmen, Sell it Hot!Movies as Merchandise in Golden Era HollywoodJohn McElwee of Greenbriar Picture ShowsMovies in Our Time:Hollywood Mirrors and Mimics the Twentieth Centuryby…
  • New & Upcoming Classic Film Books (1)

    Raquel Stecher
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
     "I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book." - Groucho MarxI've been on a reading frenzy lately and with so many good biographies and film books coming out I don't think I'll ever stop. It's so important for classic film enthusiasts to read and learn. It enriches the experience, develops the palate and informs the mind.I've put together a list of new and upcoming classic film books. The publication dates range from September 2014 to March 2015 (specific on sale dates are subject to change). All title links lead you…
  • American Titan: Searching for John Wayne by Marc Eliot

    Raquel Stecher
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    American Titan: Searching for John Wayneby Marc EliotDey St. Books (HarperCollins)97800622690030 - Hardcover432 pagesNovember 2014Barnes and NoblePowell'sIndieBound (your local Indie bookshop)"As a crusader for freedom, he loved beating up on bad guys. He was, after all, the king of the cowboys." - Marc EliotAmerican Titan: Searching for John Wayne is my fourth Marc Eliot biography. I've read his books on Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart and Steve McQueen (and my husband reviewed his book on Michael Douglas). Eliot’s bios have always proven to be informative and entertaining. They’re not…
  • Old Hollywood at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    Raquel Stecher
    15 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Museum of Fine Arts, BostonA Columbus Day visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston cost us nothing but gave us many riches in return. Two exhibits in particular made this classic-film-loving-gal's heart sing.The first exhibit was a collection of photographs by Yousuf Karsh entitled Karsh Goes Hollywood. This exhibition was in one of the lobbies near the information desk and food court. Not ideal but it gave the photographs much more exposure to museum guests than one tucked away would have.Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) was a renowned photographer who captured the portraits of many important…
  • Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel by Christina Rice

    Raquel Stecher
    9 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebelby Christina RiceHardcover - 370 pages9780813144269University Press of KentuckyOctober 2013Barnes and NobleIndieboundPowell'sAmazonAnn Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel by Christina Rice is one of the finest books I have ever read. It's taken me a long time to sit down and write this review because frankly I've been intimidated by it. As a biography of an obscure figure from film history’s past, it’s a simply a masterpiece. From the brief preface you can already tell that the author has a passion for all things Ann Dvorak. Author Christina…
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    You Won Cannes

  • Blu-Ray Review: Life After Beth (2014, Dir, Jeff Baena)

    Shawn Francis
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:45 am
    ATTENTION: It’s a cold hard fact that this review contains tremendous spoilers, so if you have an inherent, almost medical sensitivity to them I recommend NOT reading any further. You have been summarily warned! When I’m interested in reviewing a movie I’ve never seen before I need to know what I’m getting into before I commit one or the other to it, which means locating a trailer. Life After Beth was the first movie I didn’t do that with, not did I know anything about the plot. I simply received a press release on the pending DVD and blu-ray and based on the people I know who…
  • Made-For-TV: The Legend Of Lizzie Borden (1975, Dir, Paul Wendkos)

    Shawn Francis
    10 Oct 2014 | 6:14 pm
    I’ve always wondered why certain crimes get more notoriety than others. With serial killers it’s understandable, they’re the most evil of evildoers and that fascinates us, but what of people who only kill one person, or a small group, and never kill again? Is it the murder, or the murderer, or both? Take Lizzie Borden’s 1892 ax murder of her father and stepmother. I’m sure she wasn’t the first woman to kill another human being with an ax, so why does she go down in infamy when others don’t? Slow news day? The weather? The townsfolk? If she was alive in the 20th or 21st century…
  • Blu-ray Review: Edge Of Tomorrow (2014, Dir, Doug Liman)

    Shawn Francis
    4 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    After Groundhog Day (1993) came out I was a little surprised that there weren’t more films made exploiting that particular time travel anomaly Bill Murray suffered from in that film. The only other movie I can recall that had a similar plot was 12:01 (1993), which came out the same year. Here we are in 2014 and there are two new movies I know of now using this concept, the soon to be released sex comedy, Premature (2014), where a kid ends up re-living the embarrassing day he lost his virginity over and over, and the movie I’m about to talk in depth about, the Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt sci-fi…
  • Blu-ray Review: Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here (2014, Dir, Turner Clay)

    Shawn Francis
    27 Sep 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Seeing as zombies aren’t my favorite movie monsters I was surprised that the last zombie flick I added to my collection was John Gulager’s Zombie Night (2013), and it’s not because I don’t like Gulager. He did a masterful job with Feast (2005) and a not bad job with Feast II (2008), it’s just the distributor who footed the bill for Zombie Night, The Asylum, I’m not a fan of. But they are showing some promise these days with their Syfy channel zombie series, Z Nation, which so far I’m a fan of. Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here (that’s the longest subtitle…
  • Blu-ray Review: Rebirth Of Mothra I-III (1996-1998)

    Shawn Francis
    10 Sep 2014 | 4:12 pm
    I had no clue that Toho had remade Mothra and then added a couple of sequels until I discovered that double feature DVD Sony put out back in 2000. Yeah, I bought it, and then wished I hadn’t after I started watching the first one. It was the direction they took with it that destroyed my interest. They made it for kids. I’m not sure it all the way through. I think I may have done a lot of fast forwarding, but I do remember putting on the second, thinking for some reason it would be better. It wasn’t. It was the same tone, and I remember doing a lot of fast forwarding on it too.
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    The Stop Button

  • I Confess (1953, Alfred Hitchcock)

    Andrew Wickliffe
    4 Oct 2014 | 7:23 pm
    I Confess is unwieldy. Director Hitchcock is extremely precise in his composition, the same goes for Robert Burks' photography (especially the photography) and Rudi Fehr's editing (which changes in harshness based on the story's tone); sure, Dimitri Tiomkin's music is all over the place and intrusive, but it fits the script. George Tabori and William Archibald's ties together three very different stories–Confess is from a play, which explains some of the problems–but the end result is a disservice to the fine production values and some wonderful acting.
  • After Hours (1985, Martin Scorsese)

    Andrew Wickliffe
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:37 am
    After Hours is meticulous. Director Scorsese, editor Thelma Schoonmaker and cinematographer Michael Ballhaus work with exacting precision throughout, with the first third of the film serving to prepare the viewer for the rest. The film follows boring, regular guy Griffin Dunne as he impetuously pursues an attractive mystery woman (Rosanna Arquette) in Soho in the middle of the night. Scorsese, Dunne and writer Joseph Minion never spend any time establishing Dunne beyond his office drone existence–the viewer comes to sympathize with him due to the strangeness of the events unfolding…
  • The Mummy (1932, Karl Freund)

    Andrew Wickliffe
    17 Sep 2014 | 7:57 pm
    The Mummy is a strange horror movie. While there’s a definite villain–a monster–in Boris Karloff’s resurrected mummy, he poses a danger specifically to only one cast member–Zita Johann. She’s the reincarnation of his lost love and her exact importance to him isn’t clear until the last act. There’s a somewhat goofy moment where Edward Van Sloan, as Johann’s guardian and the closest thing to Karloff’s nemesis, reveals it all to David Manners (as Johann’s more appropriate suitor). Fortunately Van Sloan experiences the eureka moment just in time but not too early……
  • Captives (1994, Angela Pope)

    Andrew Wickliffe
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Nearly seventy percent of Captives is a fantastic romantic drama. Julia Ormond is a newly divorced dentist who starts working part-time at a minimum security prison, where she begins a liaison with inmate Tim Roth. Frank Deasy's script concentrates primarily on Ormond and her experiences–with occasions scenes for Roth amongst the inmates, but that first seventy minutes of the film is from Ormond's perspective. Director Pope carefully, meticulously presents Ormond's story, from her experiences with her ex-husband, her friends, her family, herself. The romance with Roth is…
  • Uncle Tom’s Bungalow (1937, Tex Avery)

    Andrew Wickliffe
    10 Sep 2014 | 8:27 am
    Uncle Tom's Bungalow manages to be both appallingly racist and a little progressive. Director Avery turning the slave trader into the devil, poking a little fun at the angelic white girl, general mocking of Southern cultural all around…. But Bungalow just isn't a good cartoon. Ben Harrison's script–with Tedd Pierce obnoxiously narrating–doesn't even include a bungalow. It's just for the title. The first two or three minutes is setting up the characters and setting up the characters is the cartoon being both racist (with the black characters) and…
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    Punch Drunk Critics

  • So Much for that 'Uptown Saturday Night' Remake with Will Smith and Denzel Washington

    Travis Hopson
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:59 pm
    Lost in Adam McKay's numerous projects, from Anchorman 2 to doing rewrites on Ant-Man, is that he was supposed to have begun work on a remake of the 1974 Sidney Poitier/Bill Cosby crime comedy, Uptown Saturday Night. It even had a powerhouse duo guaranteed to earn some serious $$$ at the box office, with Denzel Washington and Will Smith (!!!!) set to star with a screenplay from Neighbors
  • Review: 'The Best of Me', Starring Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden

    Mae Abdulbaki
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:36 pm
    Without fail, it's guaranteed that we get a new Nicholas Sparks film every year. It's like he cranks these suckers out in his sleep. The last few of the films based on his books have been abysmal to say the least. (Safe Haven and The Lucky Ones come immediately to mind). They're usually the same kinds of characters. Throw in a small river town, some sexual tension, angst, and voila, a bona
  • What’s Up with “The Walking Dead”: Recap of episode “Strangers”

    Roxana Hadadi
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:39 pm
    So … anyone else have trouble eating after last night’s The Walking Dead episode, “Strangers”? I must admit that it kept me from my usual late-night snack, even though the storyline pretty accurately mirrors what happens in the comics—so that’s great! Anyone who reads this weekly recap, or the one I also do for Game of Thrones, knows what a fanatic I can be when it comes to sticking with the
  • Rob Riggle will Try to Survive a Zombie Outbreak in 'Dead Rising: Watchtower'

    Travis Hopson
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:32 pm
    Rob Riggle is a funny guy, which is why he makes so many appearances in movies that tend to do really well. He's appeared in 21 Jump Street and 22 Jump Street, The Other Guys, The Internship, and more, but he also spent a number of years as a correspondent on The Daily Show. What he's not had the opportunity to do is lead his own film, but he's going to get a shot now in Legendary Pictures'
  • First Look at the Unofficial 'Dredd' Spinoff Series, 'Superfiend'

    Travis Hopson
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:15 am
    Ever since Dredd opened a couple of years ago fans of the brutal lawman have been begging for a sequel. While Karl Urban has expressed some hope it may happen at some point, it was producer Adi Shankar who revealed a couple of weeks ago that he was developing an "unofficial" sequel miniseries for the web.  He's dropped other such projects in the past for The Punisher and one for Venom, but
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  • 'Suicide Squad' Director Talks About The Hero-less Movie

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:33 pm
    David Ayer is at the helm of the upcoming anti-hero movie 'Suicide Squad', and the director is talking about his excitement for the project. In a recent interview, Ayer expressed how he can't wait to explore the world of DC superheroes and villains, and he called the superhero genre "intriguing".'Suicide Squad' opens Aug. 5, 2016.Thanks to story:!/entry/view/id/773701
  • Superhero Movie Schedule (Updated Oct. 2014)

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Disney/MarvelLast week, Warner Bros. announced its slate of superhero movies all the way through the year 2020. Add those flicks to Marvel's already known schedule and you have a bunch of dates to keep up with. Of course, in the near future we have Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' opening May 1, 2015, and WB's 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' dropping March 25, 2016, but what about the other big movies?For the complete list of every superhero movie headed our way, check out the article below, courtesy of…
  • Marvel Studios Exec Talks Visual Effects In 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:45 pm
    One of the Marvel execs revealed 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' will have over 3,000 VFX shots - more than any previous Marvel movie. The exec also spoke about her wishes for a female-lead superhero movie.Thanks to story:
  • Behind-The-Scenes Clip From 'Marvel's Agents of SHIELD' Season 1 Blu-ray

    19 Oct 2014 | 3:25 pm
    Marvel released another clip today (10-19-14) from 'Agents of SHIELD' to entice us into buying the Blu-ray. Check out the video link below.Marvel's Agents of SHIELD Season 1 bonus clip - Agent Ward:
  • 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Promo Art Shows Hulk-Buster Armor

    19 Oct 2014 | 8:40 am
    A new image from a toy company surfaced online today (10-19-14) showing upcoming figures based on Marvel's 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'. Thanks to story:
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    I Love Docs

  • Rich Hill

    9 Oct 2014 | 3:05 pm
    If you ever find yourself traveling down Interstate 49 through Missouri, try not to blink—you may miss Rich Hill, population 1,396. Rich Hill is easy to overlook, but its inhabitants are as woven into the fabric of America as those living in any small town in the country.
  • The Perfect Human Diet

    2 Oct 2014 | 7:05 am
    The Perfect Human Diet’ is an unprecedented global exploration to find a solution to our epidemic of overweight, obesity and diet-related disease – the #1 killer in America. The film bypasses current dietary group-think by exploring modern dietary science, previous historical findings, ancestral native diets and the emerging field of human dietary evolution; revealing for...
  • FDA: A History

    25 Sep 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Today is Pharmacist's Day! After you head down to your local pharmacy and pick up your prescription and say hello to your Pharmacist, check out FDA: A History, chronicling the long and winding history of the FDA and their control over the pharmacological industry.
  • Man @ War

    11 Sep 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Man at War puts the spotlight on men fascinated by World War Two who pursue their passion in the realm of computer games. Following players and their lives, the director inquires if we are witnessing the rise of a new type of human – homo virtualis.

    11 Sep 2014 | 3:09 pm
    September is National Food Safety Month! So while you’re rinsing your fruits and veggies, properly cooking your meat and buying organic and GMO-free food watch GMO OMG, a documentary that follows a man on his quest to uncover the facts about Genetically Modified Organisms and how they can affect himself and his family.
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    Tank Top TV

  • Become a Founding Member

    Liz Rice
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:07 am
    As we announced a few days ago, we're introducing a Pro subscription membership. For a limited time we're offering discounted prices on Founding Membership!
  • Get the Ad-free Tank Top TV experience FREE!

    Liz Rice
    10 Oct 2014 | 9:37 am
    We love bringing you the Tank Top TV service, but it's a sad fact of life that we have to try to earn a crust! You'll probably have noticed ads appearing on Tank Top TV, and we're about to introduce a modest paid subscription option for people who want to enjoy an ad-free version. Upgrade for free! All you need to do is send a tweet this weekend including the hashtag #BestMovieListingsEver or #BestTVListingsEver and a link to  Like this or this. We'll give you the ad-free experience until the New Year. At least - maybe longer!Ad-free Tank Top TV, no strings,…
  • TV that stands the test of time

    Liz Rice
    5 Sep 2014 | 1:21 am
    We've been revisiting some old favourites to see if they're as good today as we remember them being. Some shows look terribly dated, and don't really bear watching again today (hello, painful second series of the original House Of Cards).  But if you're looking for a quality TV series, here are a few that still stand up very well today.  What else would you add to the list?The West Wing It's all about the dense and witty dialog.  The pilot episode was first aired in 1999, but the only thing that dates it is the use of pagers - everything else about the show still works…
  • Remembering Robin Williams

    Ellie Ritchie
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:21 am
    Compiled by Ellie Ritchie from Film-PicksAfter the recent passing of Robin Williams, let's look back at nine of his most loved performances.BirdcageIn an American reworking of the French classic Cage Aux Folles, a gay nightclub owner pretends to be straight when his son brings home his ultra-conservative future in-laws. Robin Williams and Nathan Lane are the homosexual couple who have a mid-life crisis when Williams' straight son (from a one-off heterosexual experience) decides to get married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of a ultra-conservative senator (Gene Hackman) whose colleague has…
  • Sports on demand

    Liz Rice
    12 Aug 2014 | 10:42 am
    Sports is a huge battlefield for TV providers. In the UK you can hardly miss all the advertising where BT and Sky fight for your attention, particularly regarding the Premier League. And anecdotally, when we talk to people about their TV subscriptions we find that people often talk about how it's the sports that keep them paying their expensive monthly bills.It's interesting to see more and more sports being available over the internet and accessible directly by non-subscribers. Now TV have announced a special offer where you can get a Day Pass, giving you access to all 7 Sky Sport channels,…
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    Film Buy

  • Is it Foolish to Try to Compare the Movie with the Book?

    Shawn Stewart
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    The crowd is beginning to rise on their seats, leaving empty popcorn buckets and sticky floors in their wake. The lights come up as credits roll on the screen. So, how was the movie? Was it as good as the book? Should this comparison really be the first concern of a moviegoer? Is it logical, […] The post Is it Foolish to Try to Compare the Movie with the Book? appeared first on Film Buy
  • The Psychology Behind Movie Trailers

    Jacob Guerin
    19 Feb 2014 | 11:00 am
    A movie trailer is a preview, or advertisement for a movie. The first movie trailer was produced in 1913 with a short commercial for a musical called The Pleasure Seekers. Trailers were originally shown at the end of the movie, but since people would leave when the movies were done the trailers were quickly moved […] The post The Psychology Behind Movie Trailers appeared first on Film Buy
  • Can Watching a Movie Together Help you to Fall in Love?

    Jacob Guerin
    11 Jan 2014 | 5:00 am
    You are in a restaurant, or walking down the street and you see a couple. Never have you seen a couple so in love. You may ask yourself why is that couple so in love. How did that couple fall in love with one another. It is an odd question, but one that is often […] The post Can Watching a Movie Together Help you to Fall in Love? appeared first on Film Buy
  • What Is Film Noir?

    Shawn Stewart
    1 Jun 2013 | 6:00 pm
    Film Noir, literally black film in French, is a type of movie, which began in the 1930s, and was most popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. There are wide varieties of characteristics that apply to film noir, and film theorists are in disagreement over whether film noir is an actual genre, like western or […] The post What Is Film Noir? appeared first on Film Buy
  • My Top Ten Movie Stars

    Shawn Stewart
    22 Apr 2013 | 6:00 pm
    Sometimes, the reason why we love a certain movie is because of its movie stars and how well they portrayed certain roles. But of course, that’s not always true. The most memorable and meaningful amusement of the era is likely the glitz and glamour of the silver screen and all that it entails. Movies are a […] The post My Top Ten Movie Stars appeared first on Film Buy
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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

    15 Oct 2014 | 3:28 pm
    Though certain aspects of the turtles' back stories have been changed to accommodate a neater - if more ridiculous - plot, the formula is essentially the same: four turtles and one rat, through a series of mutations, have grown to human-like stature and dwell in the sewers of New York City, learning martial arts and consuming copious amounts of pizza and pop culture before emerging to protect the city from the evil Shredder and his Foot Clan. Each turtle has an easily identifiable personality trait: Leonardo's the straight-laced leader; Donatello's the science geek; Raphael's the moody…
  • Gone Girl Review

    10 Oct 2014 | 12:59 pm
    The crux of the film is the battle-of-the-sexes narrative that unfolds between seemingly perfect married couple Nick (Ben Affleck) and Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike). With the recession taking its toll on their marriage – he went through a prolonged period of unemployment, supported by her trust fund – the Dunnes aren't in the best place when their fifth anniversary rolls around and Amy mysteriously goes missing, prompting a nationwide media circus and a thorough police investigation, both of which are keen to point the finger at Nick. The film's first half effectively establishes the couple…
  • Interview with Life After Beth writer/director Jeff Baena

    4 Oct 2014 | 6:47 am
    So what was it that made you go for this story? Did you specifically want to do a zombie film? I think I just had the seed of the idea from...honestly, I don't know where it came from. I think possibly it came from going through a breakup at the time and maybe deflecting that and projecting that onto a story without realising it consciously. But yeah, it was never explicitly a zombie movie, I've always been drawn to the realm of the fantastic where there's that hesitation between an explanation of events and it kind of has that strange, surreal, uncomfortable, unknown element and I built a…
  • Pride Review

    14 Sep 2014 | 7:54 am
    Feeling completely disillusioned with life in Thatcher's Britain, charismatic activist Mark Ashton (Ben Schnetzer) sees the plight of the miners as similar to that of his and his friends in the gay and lesbian community. He pulls together a group of friends and forms the L.G.S.M (Lesbians & Gays Support the Miners), a group dedicated to raising funds for the striking miners. Despite raising a significant amount of money, the miners union rejects their help so they form a partnership with a remote mining village in Wales. While mining leader Dai (Paddy Considine) cautiously welcomes the…
  • If I Stay Review

    12 Sep 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Chloe Grace Moretz stars as Mia, a talented teenage cellist whose life is abruptly thrown into the balance when a car crash leaves her in a coma and the rest of her family in a similar position. The film is a mix of flashbacks from the year leading up to the accident and a present day, out-of-body Mia watching the events surrounding her and deciding whether her survival is worth fighting for. Inevitably, there's a boy in Mia's life – promising rocker Adam (Jamie Blackley) – and their dreamy romance provides the bulk of the flashback narrative. Though it is soppy and often overwrought in a…
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  • Halloween Countdown, Day 20

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Fright Night (1985, 2011) Fright Night takes that Eighties, Goonies-style adventure (kids on an adult-free quest of life and death) and uses that conceit to create something tense and scary, and a bit giddy as well. The feature debut as both writer and director for Tom Holland, the film has some sly fun with the vampire legend. Roddy McDowall got much deserved love at the time for his turn as a washed-up actor from horror’s nostalgic past, and Chris Sarandon put his rich baritone to campy, sinister use. Still, everyone’s favorite character was Evil Ed, the manic, pitiful loser turned…
  • Halloween Countdown, Day 19

    19 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    The Others (2001) Co-writer/director Alejandro Amenabar casts a spell that recalls The Innocents in his 2001 ghost story The Others. It’s 1945 on a small isle off Britain, and the brittle mistress of the house (Nicole Kidman) wakes screaming. She has reason to be weary. Her husband has still not returned from the war, her servants have up and vanished, and her two children, Anna and Nicholas, have a deathly photosensitivity: sunlight or bright light could kill them. What unspools is a beautifully constructed film using slow reveal techniques to upend traditional ghost story tropes,…
  • Halloween Countdown, Day 18

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    The Woman (2011) OK, it’s time to get real. And by that we mean real nasty. There’s something not quite right about Chris Cleese (an unsettlingly cherubic Sean Bridgers), and his family’s uber-wholesomeness is clearly suspect. This becomes evident once Chris hunts down a feral woman (an awesome Pollyanna McIntosh), chains her, and invites the family to help him “civilize” her. The film rethinks family – well, patriarchy, anyway. Notorious horror novelist and co-scriptor Jack Ketchum may say things you don’t want to hear, but he says them well. And director Lucky…
  • Halloween Countdown, Day 17

    17 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    The Host (2006) Japan may have left its monster movie past behind it, moving on to horrifying, circuitous tales where ghosts and technology intertwine, but in 2006, Korea took its own shot at the Godzilla fable. The sci-fi import The Host, which tells the tale of a giant mutant monster terrorizing Seoul, has all the thumbprints of the old Godzilla movies: military blunder, resultant angry monster, terrorized metropolis. Writer/director Joon-ho Bong updates the idea, and not solely with CGI. The film opens in a military lab hospital in 2000. A clearly insane American doctor, repulsed by the…
  • Mr. Furyous

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:56 pm
      Fury by George Wolf “See that? That’s an entire city on fire.” It is World War II, and grizzled combat vet Sgt. Don “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt) is teaching scared rookie Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) about the horrors of battle. Fury is hardly the first movie to use a naive soldier as an extension of the audience, and that metaphor is just one of the familiar devices the film leans on to craft a competent, if not exactly groundbreaking, drama of war. Collier leads a 5-man Sherman Tank crew which also includes “Bible” (Shia LeBeouf), …
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  • Tour for the Taste Buds: Best Food Forward 2014

    Geoffrey Ledesma
    15 Oct 2014 | 2:22 am
    You can just tell how much people love desserts by the number of sugary entries in this year’s Best Food Forward. We saw a lot of cupcakes, cookies, chocolates, and more cakes! No wonder everyone in the venue seemed to be in a heightened sugar rush! Cookies from The Bald Chef And so we went around tasting, buying, and asking (mostly tasting, actually) about the specialty recipes laid
  • Over 20K Teachers gather at the PLDT Home Gabay Guro Grand Gathering 2014

    Geoffrey Ledesma
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:34 pm
    Seeing all those teachers gathered at SM MOA Arena for the PLDT Gabay Guro Grand Gathering made me sentimental and reminisce of how much fun (and at some times, terrifying) my highschool teachers made my fragile, adolescent years. Looking back, I realize that a huge part of my childhood was honed not just by family and friends, but also by my teachers. My memories of highschool are still
  • Buffets Below 500 Series Part 2: A “Charaptor” Review

    Geoffrey Ledesma
    10 Oct 2014 | 1:35 am
    One of our readers recommended in our earlier #BuffetsBelow500 post, that we may want to include in our “Buffet List”, this unlimited-ihaw restaurant in Makati called Charaptor Charcoal Barbecue Bar. Being the carnivore that I am, I already started drooling by the mention of “unlimited-ihaw”, so the rest of the buffet restaurants we were planning to visit were rescheduled to make way for this
  • Dolls and Demons: An "Anabelle" Review

    Geoffrey Ledesma
    4 Oct 2014 | 12:43 pm
    I have just developed an irrational fear of elevators. Thank you Anabelle, now I will have to take the fire exit every time I want to get up to my unit…wait, the fire exit isn’t safe either??? Anabelle Trailer We had a good scare when we saw The Conjuring, but one of the most memorable elements in the film was the “pretty” doll named Anabelle who, in spite of her (thankfully) brief

    Geoffrey Ledesma
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:59 pm
    When you’re invited to a special and exclusive preview of the country’s much-awaited food fair, you don’t say no. So off I went to The Blackboard by Chef Michel with an empty stomach in tow, and took that gastronomic adventure with a few of Best Food Forward’s partners and concessionaires. My tummy was happy! Take a sneak peek of what to expect from BFF 2014 below:
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    8CN | Film & TV News

  • Rumor: Is Batman v. Superman's Robin a Woman?

    The Cardboard Kid
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:25 pm
    Here there be rumors, spoilers, and possibly illegal information. Tread lightly and get your grains of salt ready because an extra risked a reported $5 million dollar breech of nondisclosure agreement lawsuit to bring us this information. Was he a Bothan? Maybe.
  • Digimon Is Returning with a New Season for Its 15th Anniversary

    18 Oct 2014 | 4:57 pm
    Ready to feel really old? Digimon is fast approaching its 15th birthday, and to celebrate the anniversary, a new series has been announced that will air in 2015.
  • Chef Researched And Developed A Human Flesh Flavored Burger For The New Season of 'Walking Dead'

    The Cardboard Kid
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:19 pm
    If you could try human flesh, would you? What would it taste like? Are you curious enough to override your ingrained moral objection to eating that which is yourself? If you answered yes to those questions then the only questions left for you to answer is, "Would you like that in a hamburger?" That's right, chef Jim Thomlinson of London Mess has created a hamburger that he claims tastes like human flesh.
  • Giveaway: Win a Fury Prize Pack!

    8CN Team
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    Hey readers! We've been provided with two Fury prize packs, which include an official movie shirt and two posters. Find out how you can nab one below!
  • MCM London: 5 Must-See Attractions for Animation-Lovers

    16 Oct 2014 | 1:28 pm
    The biannual MCM London Comic-Con is upon us, and there's an overwhelming amount of talent and sights to take in. We've focused on goodies specifically for animation and manga-lovers for this list, and there's tons to be excited about!
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    Free Online Movies @screenamovie

  • Planes Fire and Rescue [Full Movie] #FREEMOVIESTREAM

    Chungi Taylor
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:21 pm
    Film Length and Release Date: 83 min | 18 July 2014 When Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he joins a forest fire and rescue unit to be trained as a firefighter. WATCH FULL MOVIE BELOW Download The Best App for mobile video play>>> Click Here! Having problems watching this video? No Player? Download the new version of Real Player for free. No Sound? Download the new version of AC3 Filter. Video Starts and Stops? Pause it, and come back to it in 5-10 minutes. Screen A Movie provides free online movies from early to latest for your convenient…
  • My Man Is a Loser [Full Movie] #FREEONLINESTREAM

    Chungi Taylor
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:50 am
    Film Length and Release Date: 95 min | 25 July 2014Two married friends employ a single playboy to help them get their mojo back to save their marriages. WATCH FULL MOVIE BELOWDownload The Best App for mobile video play>>> Click Here!Having problems watching this video? No Player? Download the new version of Real Player for free. No Sound? Download the new version of AC3 Filter. Video Starts and Stops? Pause it, and come back to it in 5-10 minutes. Screen A Movie provides free online movies from early to latest for your convenient streaming enjoyment. Watch free online movies while at…
  • Tammy [Full Movie] #FREEMOVIESTREAM

    Chungi Taylor
    16 Oct 2014 | 8:43 pm
    Film Length and Release Date: 97 min | 2 July 2014A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic. WATCH FULL MOVIE BELOWDownload The Best App for mobile video play>>> Click Here!Having problems watching this video? No Player? Download the new version of Real Player for free. No Sound? Download the new version of AC3 Filter. Video Starts and Stops? Pause it, and come back to it in 5-10 minutes. Screen A Movie provides free online movies from early to latest for your convenient streaming…
  • Deliver Us from Evil [Full Movie] #FREEMOVIESTREAM

    Chungi Taylor
    15 Oct 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Film Length and Release Date: 118 min | 2 July 2014New York police officer Ralph Sarchie investigates a series of crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest, schooled in the rites of exorcism, to combat the possessions that are terrorizing their city. WATCH FULL MOVIE BELOWDownload The Best App for mobile video play>>> Click Here!Having problems watching this video? No Player? Download the new version of Real Player for free. No Sound? Download the new version of AC3 Filter. Video Starts and Stops? Pause it, and come back to it in 5-10 minutes. Screen A Movie provides free…
  • 22 Jump Street [Full Movie] #FREEMOVIESTREAM

    Chungi Taylor
    15 Oct 2014 | 1:24 pm
    Film Length and Release Date: 112 min | 13 June 2014After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep undercover at a local college. WATCH FULL MOVIE BELOWDownload The Best App for mobile video play>>> Click Here!Having problems watching this video? No Player? Download the new version of Real Player for free. No Sound? Download the new version of AC3 Filter. Video Starts and Stops? Pause it, and come back to it in 5-10 minutes. Screen A Movie provides free online movies from early to latest for your…
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    Renegade Cinema

  • Film Crash 2014 Award Winners

    Eric Norcross
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:36 pm
    Film Crash has announced awards for their 2014 festival. The programmers viewed submissions from 16 countries and chose seven films that screened on Sunday in Los Angeles. Award Winners: Niko Directed by Ilgar Ozturk | First Prize Thriller Short Bittersweet Monday Directed by Jaime Lee | First Prize Feature Film I Know You Directed by Colin Gerrard | Jury Prize Short Film The Caramel Corn Riot Directed by Guang Cheng Shie | First Prize Short Film November Directed by Eric Esser | First Prize Student Short Flavor & Fuel – A Story of  Modern Craftsmanship Produced by Matthew Woodget…
  • In Response: Mike Rowe

    Eric Norcross
    20 Oct 2014 | 8:19 pm
    A buddy I grew up with posted a link to an article about some comments Mike Rowe made, in regards to pursuing your passion. My buddy has a lot of talent and I’ve always told him he was wasting his gifts by not getting out of dodge and pursuing a creative life. While I managed to get him to New York for a brief time some years ago, all he really wanted to do was go back to that quaint town and work his retail job. His decision was mainly out of fear, irrational fear that had been induced by his mother over the course of his life. “Big cities are dangerous places” I remember her saying to…
  • Renegade Weekend Box Office: 10.19.14

    Shawn S. Lealos
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Welcome to this week’s Renegade Weekend Box Office Wrap Up. From here out, this column will hit live every Monday morning with the final box office numbers for the weekend and a look at what rose and what failed at the theaters over the weekend. After a nice first week take for David Fincher’s Gone Girl last week, the Brad Pitt led World War II tank movie Fury roared into theaters and blazed over everything in its path. Fury finished the weekend with around $23.5 million, which is nowhere near as good as Gone Girl made last week but was still good enough for first. Read the…
  • Top 10 Antiheroes in Professional Wrestling History

    Shawn S. Lealos
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Welcome to the first issue of the Squared Circle, the new Renegade Cinema professional wrestling column. Some may remember when Caliber was recapping the early WCW Monday Nitros on Sunday mornings, but he stepped down from that and this column will replace it. Unlike that column, most of the time this will just be a list form column, although I am considering revisiting the Monday Night Wars, so we shall see. To kick things off, my name is Shawn S. Lealos, I am the owner and managing editor of Renegade Cinema, and I have been watching professional wrestling since the 1980s. As a result, when…
  • Doctor Who ‘Flatline’ Recap – Episode 08.09

    Bethany Lewis
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:34 pm
    The Doctor gets trapped inside the TARDIS when something shifts its external dimensions and drains its power. Now Clara must play the Doctor and save a group of community service workers from an invasion of two dimensional creatures while finding a way to restore the TARDIS to its full size. The Adventure As the Doctor brings Clara home from another adventure, something pulls the TARDIS off course and gives the Doctor vague readings. As power drains from the TARDIS, they discover that the outside of the TARDIS has shrunk, leaving it looking like a child’s playhouse version. Clara…
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    Cool Reviews Rule

  • The Strain Season 1 - Great Idea Bad Execution

    Sasha Shapiro
    8 Oct 2014 | 3:08 am
    The Strain Season 1 ReviewAs a fan of the vampire genre there was no way I was going to miss on Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain. After the abortion that the vampire fans suffered from the Twilight saga in the past and currently have to endure from the Vampire Diaries. The Strain presented itself as a show that was going in the right direction. The Strain massively advertised itself as a show that will finally make the vampires scary again. After watching the entire first season of the show The Strain’s vampires look a lot scary compared to what we got used from seeing in the last few years…
  • Transformers Age of Extinction an Epic Fail

    Sasha Shapiro
    3 Oct 2014 | 11:58 am
    Transformers Age of Extinction ReviewTransformers directed by Michael bay with a completely new human cast of actors that included Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer and T.J. Miller. Was an interesting idea, using the fresh cast trying to implement the same old concept from the previous films. Unfortunately it had zero affect because after all the humans were never the real stars of the transformers franchise.Transformer logoTransformers Started with a solid exposition introducing all the new human characters and the new world order where a black ops division of the…
  • Syfy's Z Nation Vs. AMC's The Walking Dead

    Sasha Shapiro
    26 Sep 2014 | 11:15 am
    Syfy’s Z Nation was supposed to be The Walking Dead's cheaper version. In reality what we got was a series that is light-years behind the original TWD in every single parameter that the shows can be compared in. It seems that Syfy managed to copy the zombies perfectly but that was the only thing Syfy managed to do right.When people ask why is The Walking Dead is so successful? People might say there’s bunch of zombies and the main characters butcher them in various ways. Sure it's always fun to watch zombies die but if for one second you think that The Walking Dead is so successful…
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    Great Movies From Year 2000 To Present Day - Tonight We Watch Movies 2k

  • Watchers of the Sky (2014)

    21 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
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    20 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
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    19 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
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  • Two Minute Movies: Fury

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    For the second installment of Two Minute Movies, here is the violent, spoiler-filled episode for Brad Pitt’s new war movie Fury. Enjoy. (Read full review here.) Wardaddy: “Hey German. Look … Continue reading →
  • Fury

    17 Oct 2014 | 9:40 am
    It is April 1945. American tanks are out-gunned and out-armored by the German tanks. Don “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt) commands the Fury tank. He has promised his crew, Boyd “Bible” … Continue reading →
  • Two Minute Movies: Annabelle

    14 Oct 2014 | 2:00 pm
    *SPOILER ALERT* If you were thinking of seeing this year’s most terrifying movie, go ahead and read on. Annabelle is not that movie. (Full review here.) However, if you are … Continue reading →
  • Annabelle

    13 Oct 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Mia (Annabelle Wallis) and John Gordon (Ward Horton) are expecting their first child. After a traumatizing event, Mia suspects that a collectible doll John found for her may be haunted. … Continue reading →
  • The Judge

    10 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) is a successful defense attorney in Chicago. He defends people he knows are guilty, and wins. Innocent people can’t afford him. During a case, he … Continue reading →
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    Superhero Movie News | Comic Book Movie News 24/7

  • Gotham "Balloonman" Review

    Justin Shanlian
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:35 pm
    When watching episode three of “Gotham” you really get the sense that this show is really figuring out the overall identity and flavor that this show has to offer. Episode three titled “Ballonman” is the turning point for this show and its first season. Not only is “Gotham” delivering on some really good and interesting material, but it is eliminating a majority of the bad from the first two episodes. Episode three sees limited screen-time from the character of Fish Mooney played by Jada Pinkett Smith. Her character has been the biggest issue throughout the first few episodes of…
  • Is this why 'Sandman' & 'Justice League: Dark' wasn't on the DC Slate?

    Caleb Williams
    18 Oct 2014 | 9:29 am
    Last week DC announced a bombshell of news regarding their upcoming DC slate of films through 2020. They officially announced films like Justice League Part 1 & 2, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash and Suicide Squad. But many were wondering where Joseph Gordan-Levitt's upcoming Sandman adaption was? Well now the creator of Sandman Neil Gaiman has revealed that it's because a "Vertigo Slate" has yet to be announced?!"[Sandman's] not a DC Comics film. It’s a Vertigo film. That’s a different slate of films, and a different announcement."Now if their is indeed a "slate" of Vertigo movies…
  • Benedict Cumberbatch as 'Doctor Strange' Rumors Return; Colin Farrell Also In the Running

    Caleb Williams
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:09 pm
    Several day's ago we heard a short list of actors who are being looked at to play Stephen Strange in Marvel's Doctor Strange. Well The Wrap has learned several more names have joined that list including Colin Farrell and Keanu Reeves! They joined a long list that has had names like Tom Hardy, Ewan McGregor, Oscar Issac and Jared Leto also rumored. Interestingly enough the site goes onto say fan-favorite for the role Benedict Cumberbatch is once again in the discussions with Marvel. Unfortunately, once again Benedict Cumberbatch is already slated to start shooting the new season of Sherlock as…
  • Jena Malone Cast in 'Batman v Superman' as...Carrie Kelly?!

    Caleb Williams
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:12 pm
    Several months ago Sucker Punch alum and Hunger Games star Jena Malone was seen visiting the set of Batman v Superman. Many thought this meant she was in the film but others wrote it off as her just meeting her old friend & director of Sucker Punch Zack Snyder. Well recently she revealed to US Magazine that she had dyed her hair a bright orange. Then some news website put two-and-two together that the actress maybe playing Carrie Kelley from Mark Miller's The Dark Knight Returns. While this was a complete stretch to think that this was the case a grad student and extra on the film just…
  • Tom Hardy Now Being Targeted as 'Apocalypse' in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

    Caleb Williams
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:56 pm
    Tom Hardy has become synonyms with comic book movie castings. After appearing in The Dark Knight Rises the star has since been linked to Marvel's Doctor Strange and most recently DC's Suicide Squad. Well now The Wrap is reporting that the actor has been approached by FOX to star has the title villain in X-Men: Apocalypse! Now while now deal is in place they go onto say that the actor is shying away from Doctor Strange and is looking at either Suicide Squad or X-Men: Apocalypse. It's unfortunate that he is being type-cast as a comic book villain on all of these movies expect Doctor Strange but…
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    Screen Goblin

  • The Judge

    Dan Meier
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:32 am
    Robert Downey Jr. plays Robert Duvall Jr. in this courtroom-cum-family drama about a hotshot lawyer (Downey Jr.) who ends up defending his estranged father (Duvall), a respected judge accused of murder. The Judge is executive produced by Downey Jr., whose Iron Man performance stops just short of his flying around the courtroom firing lazers from his hands. Irony Man’s constant wise-cracking and cocksure charm feel out of step with the more serious elements of the film, which shifts uneasily in tone throughout. Balancing comedy, crime and drama takes a director of greater skill than the…
  • The Equalizer

    Alex Chafey
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:41 am
    Denzel Washington plays Bob, an ordinary hardware store worker and all-round nice guy, working his way through the hundred novels to read before you die, and befriending a young sex worker (Chloe Moretz) in his local diner. But when she is mistreated by the criminals she works for, Bob sets out to right some wrongs in society – equalise them, if you will – and it soon becomes apparent there’s more to him than meets the eye. Much of this film hangs on the superb performance of Washington who lends it a calm air of sophistication in spite of its B movie plot. It’s…
  • ’71

    Dan Meier
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:30 am
    The latest feature from independent production company Warp Films stars Jack O’Connell as a British soldier deployed to Belfast during the Troubles, who suddenly finds himself abandoned behind enemy lines. Like many films from the Sheffield-based film company, ’71 warps unpredictably from British realism into genre territory, shedding safety and composure like layers of body armour. The burnt-out backstreets of Belfast provide a suitably grim setting for the increasingly confined action, with a gritty sense of place made all the more impressive by the fact that it was actually…
  • Gone Girl

    Dan Meier
    9 Oct 2014 | 7:14 am
    Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike star as horrible couple Nick and Amy Dunne, in this adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel about Amy’s mysterious disappearance. Under a lesser director, this outlandish thriller could have been a disaster, or Before I Go to Sleep. But in the terrifyingly talented hands of David Fincher, Gone Girl goes from suburban satire to psycho-sexual thriller with icy smoothness. Each ridiculous revelation is so well played that you can’t help but admire its audacity, as it all comes together in a big boiling pot of Paul Verhoeven and Brian…
  • A Most Wanted Man

    Dan Meier
    6 Oct 2014 | 8:23 am
    The late Philip Seymour Hoffman stars in this espionage thriller about the search for Chechen immigrant Issa Karpov (Grigoriy Dobrygin), who is deemed a threat to security upon illegally entering Hamburg. Adapted from a John le Carré novel, A Most Wanted Man takes its time and eschews action in favour of authenticity. The result is an involving spy flick that will keep you stuck to your seat, if not teetering on the end of it. Politically complex and sensitively handled, the film avoids delineation between the good guys and bad guys, offering an atypically critical depiction of the war…
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    Movie Smack Talk

  • REPORT: Jena Malone Will Play Female Robin In Upcoming ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’

    Zachary Rowell
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:29 am
    With filming already taking place in Michigan, we thought we knew all the important cast members set to star in the upcoming ‘Batman V Superman’ film. However, it looks like we were wrong, because it now looks like Jena Malone will be playing a key role in the movie. According to a local news station in Michigan (WILX-10), the Hunger Games star will be playing a female Robin in the film. This according to one of the extras at Michigan State University, where a pivotal scene was being filmed involving the two stars of the movie, Ben Affleck and Jesse Eisenberg. And while nothing…
  • Movie Review: Addicted (2014) – A Superficial, Over the top, Hunky Cinemax Movie

    19 Oct 2014 | 5:22 pm
    Two words for the reason I watched this movie: Boris Kodjoe. I love that guy and could seriously look at him for hours. Unfortunately, the second he opens his mouth, he kind of ruins the effect. Boris tends to play the character of a good guy that doesn’t really exist. The endlessly supportive, loving, and freakishly handsome husband that most women would only find in their dream journal. In this movie, we meet Zoe Reynard (Sharon Leal) who has a life that most people could only dream about. She had a flourishing career, two adorable kids and a smoking hot husband (Boris Kodjoe). Despite…
  • Angelina Jolie’s New ‘Unbroken’ Trailer Has People Talking, Watch It Here!

    Zachary Rowell
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:47 am
    Out of all the Oscar season films, Angelina Jolie’s ‘Unbroken‘ is probably the one you haven’t heard much about. The film, which is directed by Angelina Jolie, follows the extraordinary life of WWII hero and Olympian Louis “Louie” Zamperini. The first Unbroken trailer released focused more on Zamperini’s formative years; however, this new trailer concentrates more on the war and its aftermath. The experts believe this film is an early frontrunner for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar. The film was adapted from the great nonfiction book written by…
  • Movie Review: The Judge (2014) – A mediocre effort slightly elevated by the acting of Downey and Duvall

    17 Oct 2014 | 4:59 am
    There is just something about a man with daddy issues… Before we get started, you should know that this is your standard hometown boy makes good movie, complete with a workaholic with marriage troubles, who had a disapproving father that needs his help but won’t admit it. Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) is your standard sleazy defense lawyer with a successful career living in the big city. All that changes when his estranged father, Judge Joe Palmer (Robert Duvall) is accused of murder and Hank needs to return to his small Indiana town to defend him. While there, he rekindles a…
  • Watch ‘Top Five’ Trailer: See why this Chris Rock movie, Co-produced by Jay-Z and Kanye West is creating So much Buzz.

    17 Oct 2014 | 2:20 am
    Chris Rock, as talented of a comedian as he is, has not been able to translate that talent into box office success. I take that back. He has not found success as a leading actor. As a supporting actor, I personally think his best movie was Lethal Weapon 4, or maybe as the mail guy in Boomerang….but let’s not forget Poochie in New Jack City. But when it comes to playing the lead, we have box office blunders like, ‘Head of State’, ‘I think I love My Wife’, and ‘Bad Company’. With his newest effort, entitled “Top Five” we might have turned the corner. A more mature, industry…
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    Pop Culture Leftovers

  • Episode 63: F Bombs & Gotchas Is How PCL Rolls

    Leftover Brian
    19 Oct 2014 | 2:38 pm
    This week the Leftovers chat with fellow cohort Domesticated Dave of the Soda Pop Comics Cast.  Conversations about 3-D Printers, Comic Books, Marvel’s Civil War, DC’s movie schedule, Beetlejuice 2 and Bill & Ted 3 PLUS tons more including a Fury movie review by Leftover Brian.  Check it out!***Do you want your voice to be heard?  We’re the people’s podcast!  If you have an article on a topic you’re passionate about and your thoughts are presented well your article might just make it on our page.  Send your submissions to to take part.
  • Episode 62: Clash of the Cohorts

    Leftover Brian
    13 Oct 2014 | 8:29 pm
    This week the Leftovers and Frank discuss CW’s The Flash, The Judge, Dracula Untold, iTunes reviews, Ghostbusters 3, Robert Downey Jr’s future as Iron Man, American Horror Story Freak Show and a bunch of other really gangsta stuff.  So check it out. Share this: The post Episode 62: Clash of the Cohorts appeared first on Pop Culture Leftovers.
  • Episode 61: The Crossover

    Leftover Brian
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:35 am
    Like them on Facebook and follow @TJSComicShow on TwitterClick this image to head to the Soda Pop Comic Cast WebpageOur new logo created by Sean Hamilton from CreateInkStudios Episode 61 we team up with Leftover listener Jacob Harman to talk about The Power Rangers.  We’re also joined by Jared of the Joe Schmo Comic Show podcast as well as Domesticated Dave from the Soda Pop Comics Cast.  We review and rate the new Star Wars Rebels movie and Gone Girl out now in theaters.  It’s a trifecta of podcasts in this weeks episode.  A crossover for the ages.  Or a disaster. …
  • Episode 60: The Frank Send Off Episode

    Leftover Brian
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:32 pm
    This week the Leftovers talk about some of the latest news in Marvel, DC and Star Wars.  That’s no different from any other week.  And Brian has a review for The Maze Runner and The Equalizer.  Oh yeah, aloha Frank! Share this: The post Episode 60: The Frank Send Off Episode appeared first on Pop Culture Leftovers.
  • Episode 59: Terry Crews’n For a Bruisin’

    Leftover Brian
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:58 am
        This week the Leftovers discuss the new Deadpool movie announcement.  We also talk about the short film by Michael Paris SPAWN: THE RECALL.  Frank gives his Destiny review for BOTH count them BOTH next-gen consoles.  Jake and Brian review the new Kevin Smith film Tusk.  And Jake and Brian also have a very heated discussion about Terry Crews.  Yeah, of all things to argue about we find a way to argue about Terry Crews. Share this: The post Episode 59: Terry Crews’n For a Bruisin’ appeared first on Pop Culture Leftovers.
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    All Documentaries

  • The Smash Brothers

    All Documentaries
    7 Oct 2014 | 11:17 pm
    Made out of nine short episodes, this documentary series (The Smash Brothers) is possibly one of the best e-Sport documentary films of all time. The complete world of Smash Bros. is unraveled and producers have successfully elaborated why competitive players like this casual game. Smash Bros. was never meant to be competitive game. It’s a The post The Smash Brothers appeared first on All Documentaries.
  • Free to Play

    All Documentaries
    7 Oct 2014 | 11:15 pm
    In August 2011 a contest promoting one brilliant online strategy game, Defense of the Ancients (Dota) 2, took place in Germany. It provided the biggest award fund to date ($1.6 million) drawing attention to skilled players from around the globe. Just a decade ago competitive gaming was not existent. You would play for amusement against your The post Free to Play appeared first on All Documentaries.
  • The Next Black

    All Documentaries
    7 Oct 2014 | 11:08 pm
    When Coco Chanel declared that “fashion passes, style remains” she couldn’t have known how applicable that would be fifty years on. With every season we see more colors, collections and styles as never before. Although fashion moves faster and faster the concept of clothing hasn’t changed much in over 100 years. Textile still covers bodies The post The Next Black appeared first on All Documentaries.
  • Still Life

    All Documentaries
    7 Oct 2014 | 11:00 pm
    In this documentary we are taken to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, an area plagued by violent crimes and a staggering murder rate. Until 2009 it held the top spot as the most dangerous city in the world. As a result of the crime rate the area has also seen a boom in forensic studies, with many The post Still Life appeared first on All Documentaries.
  • Digital Amnesia

    All Documentaries
    7 Oct 2014 | 10:55 pm
    Focusing on the vulnerability of digital data, Digital Amnesia ponders the sustainability of modern artifacts that have no material state. Notable archivists share their perspectives on the Digital Age and whether it poses great promise or threat to the longevity of digital information and our collective memory. Of the many quirky and amicable characters interviewed The post Digital Amnesia appeared first on All Documentaries.
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    Refined Distractions

  • Fargo (TV)

    1 Oct 2014 | 5:40 pm
    A brilliantly executed series. Fargo is a dark comedy in which an individual’s (Lester) actions are greatly influenced by a wandering assassin that meets him when he is at a low point in his life. One of the things to appreciate in this show is the actors who do an incredible job of fleshing out their characters. In addition, the suspense and eerie landscapes (mostly snow :)) make the show highly entertaining. Definitely worth checking out, even more so if you’re a fan of the movie. Links: IMDB | The post Fargo (TV) appeared first on Refined Distractions.
  • The Wire

    1 Jun 2014 | 5:25 pm
    Just one of the best! The Wire takes place in Baltimore Maryland, each season showing a different aspect of the city’s state of being in crime, government, education, etc. The show is masterfully crafted with every episode slowly delving deeper into various story lines that come together in a powerful finale in every season. It is primarily told from the point of view of Detective McNulty as he attempts to bring down those responsible for the drug distribution. The many characters are vividly presented over the course of the series along with superb dialogue unique to the setting.
  • Planetes

    26 Apr 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Planetes is a classic piece of science fiction and one of the most realistic anime’s I’ve seen. Set in the year 2075, the story follows a crew of ‘space janitors’ who collect debris floating in space as the increased amount of garbage now poses a threat to spacecrafts. As the series progresses it tackles many of the interesting social constructs that can occur with the advent of space tourism and living. In addition, the character development is excellent for every main character introduced throughout the series. For an anime made in 2003, the animation is great and I…
  • Oldboy (2003)

    16 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    Oldboy is an interesting, story driven, South Korean movie. The main character (Oh Dae-Su) gets kidnapped and imprisoned without knowing the person behind the kidnapping or the reason for imprisonment. The plot is the driving entertainment factor in this movie along with some incredible action sequences. Oldboy has unique characters and an original story that will keep you guessing until the end. Highly recommended. Links: IMDB | The post Oldboy (2003) appeared first on Refined Distractions.
  • Luther

    21 Mar 2014 | 8:23 am
    Luther is the story of a genius detective, similar to Sherlock, but with a much darker tone than what you usually see on the telly. The show follows Luther (Idris Elba) and the various cases he tackles during his career as a copper. It starts off as a procedural, but within a few episodes becomes an enthralling serialized drama. Definitely the most impressive aspect of Luther, is the characters. Idris Elba (primarily known for his role in The Wire) plays his character realistically by displaying his flaws and moral behavior in various situations. It also helps that the stories told…
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  • MTV just made a terrible decision with their ‘Scream’ TV series

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:39 pm
    MTV is currently working on a Scream reboot for TV alongside The Weinstein Company, and while that may be a good way to attract fans to the network, like they did with Teen Wolf, they just handicapped themselves by making this one decision. According to Ghost Face creator–yes, Ghost Face is not actually owned by TWC–R.J. Torbet, the Ghost Face character is not currently involved with the reboot: Please note, that I had been in communication with TWC regarding this and they have informed me, that  as of now, and during the initial launch, Ghost Face is not involved in the new…
  • Stephen Amell teases major event in the ‘Arrow’, ‘The Flash’ crossover episode

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:47 pm
    The CW’s hit comic book shows Arrow and The Flash have a major crossover episode coming up in the next few weeks. It will be episode 8 of both shows. On Arrow, the episode has a very Justice League-esque title, “The Brave and the Bold”; and on The Flash, it is titled “Flash vs. Arrow”. According to Stephen Amell, that title isn’t just a title. “I mean, episode 108 [of The Flash] is called ‘Flash vs. Arrow.’ Our titles aren’t just titles. You can bet based on the title that we fight,” Amell tells IGN. Having two heroes turning to fist…
  • Ton of new footage in ‘Halo: Nightfall’ first-look featurette

    20 Oct 2014 | 3:42 pm
    Microsoft Studios has released a featurette for their upcoming Halo digital series, Halo: Nightfall–that comes packed 343 Indsutries’ Halo: The Master Chief Collection next month–showing off a ton of new footage, as well as revealing a few key details. Halo: The Master Chief Collection releases on November 11th for Xbox One. The digital series may release in full in theaters in the future considering this “first look” featurette was originally conducted by Regal Cinemas.
  • The reason Arnold Schwarzenegger can be an “aged” terminator in ‘Terminator: Genisys’, explained by James Cameron

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:37 pm
    I thought terminators don’t age so how is it exactly that Arnold Schwarzenegger can play the terminator that doesn’t age if he looks considerably older than the first time he played that character. Is it because this is Hollywood? Nope, that’s not it, and franchise co-creator James Cameron explains why. “I pointed out that the outer covering (of the Terminator) was actually not synthetic, that it was organic and therefore could age. You could theoretically have a Terminator that was sent back in time, missed his target, and ended up just kind of living on in society.
  • This is what ‘Aquaman’ will be about, according to Jason Momoa

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    Jason Momoa had been long rumored to play Aquaman in Warner Bros’ Justice League franchise, in his own solo movie as well as Justice League. Now that the studio has outright confirmed his involvement, he has revealed why he chose to accept the role. “The greatest thing for me is that Polynesians, our gods, Kahoali, Maui, all these water gods, so it’s really cool and a honor to be playing a [water] character.  And there’s not too many brown superheroes, so I’m really looking forward to representing the Polynesians, the natives. “My family are some of the greatest water men on…
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    Online Relaxing

  • Bruce Springsteen – Dallas, Texas – April 6, 2014

    Bela Biro
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:36 am
    Bruce Springsteen from NCAA March Madness Music Festival in Dallas, Texas         Jump (Van Halen cover) (Live premiere) Badlands Death to My Hometown Cover Me No Surrender Hungry Heart High Hopes (The Havalinas cover) Spirit in the Night Wrecking Ball The River Atlantic City Johnny 99 Darlington County Working on the Highway Shackled and Drawn […] Post-ul Bruce Springsteen – Dallas, Texas – April 6, 2014 apare prima dată în Online Relaxing.
  • Hugh Masekela – Estival Jazz Lugano 2009

    Bela Biro
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:09 am
    Hugh Masekela – Estival Jazz Track List: 1. Mwanayu Wakula 2. The Boys Doing It 3. The Boys Doing It 4. Stimela 5. Lady 6. Grazing In The Grass 7. Happy Mama 8. Khawuleza Post-ul Hugh Masekela – Estival Jazz Lugano 2009 apare prima dată în Online Relaxing.
  • Metallica S&M 1999

    Bela Biro
    13 Oct 2014 | 11:26 pm
    This is Metallica with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra performing in Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, California on April 21-22, 1999.     Set List: 01:15 Ecstasy of Gold 3:15 The Call of Ktulu 12:46 Master of Puppets 22:24 Of Wolf And Man 26:44 The Thing That Should Not Be 34:22 Fuel 39:33 The Memory […] Post-ul Metallica S&M 1999 apare prima dată în Online Relaxing.
  • Van Morrison: The Concert 1989

    Bela Biro
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:37 pm
    Van Morrison: The Concert is the second video released by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, first released in 1990. Recorded in New York the previous year, the concert featured two special guests and long-time friends Mose Allison and John Lee Hooker, each of whom performed some of their own songs. This video mainly consisted of […] Post-ul Van Morrison: The Concert 1989 apare prima dată în Online Relaxing.
  • Ted Nugent – Rockpalast Classic 1976

    Bela Biro
    6 Oct 2014 | 9:52 pm
    Ted Nugent – Rockpalast Classic 1976 full concert     TED NUGENT Live At The Rockpalast 1976 DVD Format: NTSC Source: Professional-Shot (Multi-Camera) Video Quality: Rating: 9.0 Menus: No Set List: Stranglehold Just What The Dr. Ordered Stormtrooper Great White Buffalo Snakeskin Cowboy Hey Baby Hibernation Motor City Madhouse &amp;amp;lt;A…
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  • Review: Noble

    Laura Roddy
    18 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
     Directed and written by Stephen Bradley, Noble follows the story of the humanitarian activist, Christina Noble, from childhood to the establishment of her charity organisation, Christina Noble Children’s Foundation, in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.Born in 1944 Dublin, the young Christina Noble confronts many challenges growing up in Catholic Ireland with an alcoholic father and a sick mother. It seems that at every turn she faces much hardship which starts with the death of her mother. However, her determined character, portrayed by the young Gloria Cramer Curtis, shines through and grows in…
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Review

    Laura Roddy
    18 Aug 2014 | 2:17 pm
    There’s a reason why Guardians of the Galaxy has received four and a half gold stars on both rotten tomatoes’ and IMDb’s websites. Described as the best blockbuster of the summer it is not only hilariously funny but comes with a fantastic soundtrack and some of the most amusing characters ever seen in a superhero movie. In fact, it is the talking racoon – Rocket, who exists as a result of a science experiment, the humanized tree – Groot, that has the ability to speak only three words for the entire of the film (“I am Groot”), the sensitive human -Peter Quill, who we see…
  • Film Review: Boyhood

    Simon Fallaha
    7 Aug 2014 | 1:40 am
    Simon Fallaha looks at Richard Linklater’s magnum opus: a tale of loss, love and livelihoodThere are two ways to look at Richard Linklater’s Boyhood. You could see it as the real-time life story it promotes itself as, a unique, psychological and philosophical exploration of the ups and downs of readjustment when growing up and getting older. Alternatively, you could just shrug your shoulders and dismiss it is as “another coming of age flick” with a gimmick, a showcase for pretentious, self-consciously artsy natter. It’s a familiar trend in Linklater’s…
  • Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past

    Kevin Carney
    4 Jun 2014 | 5:20 am
    Director: Bryan Singer.Cast: Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Peter Dinklage, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen. The X-Men franchise has been a bit uneven in terms of quality with the X-Men series since original director Bryan Singer left the franchise to direct Superman Returns (and we all know how that turned out). Some have been amazing (First Class) while others have been appalling (The Last Stand and Origins: Wolverine), but now Singer returns to reclaim his throne and deliver the most ambitious X-Men film to date.The film begins in a dystopian…
  • A Long Way Down – Review

    Keeley Ryan
    3 May 2014 | 2:28 am
    Director: Pascal Chameuil Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Imogen Poots, Toni Collette, Aaron Paul and Sam Neill.‘A Long Way Down’ has a host of extremely talented actors, but not even that can save it. The adaptation of Nick Hornby’s 2005 book tries to stand up to the book – it really does. But it manages to fall on its face before the first half hour is even over.The film tells the story of four people who find themselves on top of Topper’s House on the same night, all intending to do the same thing – to end their lives The four people – Martin (Brosnan), Maureen (Collette), Jess…
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    Mansi Dutta

  • Haider (2014) - Review

    Mansi Dutta
    6 Oct 2014 | 12:18 pm
    The tremendously skilled Vishal Bhardwaj packs a terrific punch with Haider. His technical precision is palpable in every frame. I had no reason to complain about the length. He creates and builds upon every character, every scene with hearty indulgence, letting us soak up and savor every bit of it.How he adapts this Shakespearean family drama to tell the story of Kashmir, adds a feather to his perfected storytelling!His poetic rendition and minimalistic tone added to the overall impact. Bhardwaj's direction judiciously and compellingly emphasized reaction over action, which helped connect…
  • Khoobsurat (2014) Review

    Mansi Dutta
    19 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    Khoobsurat is as cliched-as-quirky coming together of lovers (and families) with contrasted upbringings.While Sonam's unapologetically over-the-top act (mostly in the first half) takes some getting used to, she shows steely intensity and is rather endearing in a lot of other scenes.Her excessively boisterous sense of style can pass for a young, 20-something but doesn't wash for her kind of profession. Or is it just me? Our blue-blood royal Prince Vikram Singh Rathore (Fawad Khan) impressively pulls off every bit of his act with swooning flair and restrained dignity.Their chemistry is…
  • Priyanka Chopra delivers a knockout performance in Mary Kom

    Mansi Dutta
    5 Sep 2014 | 9:35 am
    Riding high on emotion and melodrama, Mary Kom packs in enough punch to keep you rooting for the film and our protagonist till the end.I'm not sure how much of this real-life tale was fictionalized but director Omung Kumar takes enough cinematic liberties to hold the audience's interest and get its cash registers ringing.For a first-time director, Mary Kom is an above-average attempt. The screenplay is pacy, leaving no room for distractions except the dramatic flashbacks of Mary's child delivery scenes, which intended to create a build up, but end up all sizzle no steak.If there's only one…
  • ...quoted in The Asian Age

    Mansi Dutta
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:53 am
    The Asian Age ran a story on August 12, 2014 carrying our views :-)
  • I want to work with Gulzaar saab again: Jimmy Shergill

    Mansi Dutta
    12 Aug 2014 | 9:22 pm
    It's hard to come by actors, who can pull off every genre with such brisk ease, you can never get enough. The abundantly gifted Jimmy Sheirgill, who's come a long way from Maachis and dished out films as assorted as A Wednesday, Yahaan, Saheb Biwi aur Gangster says this is just the beginning. In a quick interview, Sheirgill talks to me about the kind of films he enjoys doing, what he thinks about the "underrated" tag, his upcoming films and more! You've experimented with different films. What genre do you enjoy the most? I like light-hearted films. There's so much pressure…
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  • MY LITTLE PONY The Movie coming 2017 (the Realm Cast/ the Realm toys)
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:51 am
    Yep. Took long enough.  Hasbro announced today that they’re making a My Little Pony theatrical film to be released in 2017. It’s part of their Allspark Pictures (ha..get it?) along with Jem and the Holograms.  Pretty much self financed films … Continue reading →
  • A kings ransom of STAR WARS EPISODE 7 concept art has spilled online (the Realm Cast/ the Realm toys)
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:22 am
    Warning:  Possible HUGE SPOILERS INSDIE So Moviepilot has gotten a hold of a ton of concept art from Star Wars Episode 7.  Now, some of this might be bull, or it might be legit.  We don’t’ know.  Take everything with … Continue reading →
  • A fool hardy petition to remove BREAKING BAD figures from TOYS R US (the Realm Cast/ the Realm toys)
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:50 am
    I laugh. We have a problem in this country with folks who get their panties in a bunch.  A good portion just complain a lot and do nothing about it.  Then, there are those who really have nothing better to … Continue reading →
  • TMFT: Animated BATMAN V SUPERMAN SDCC Trailer (the Realm Cast/ the Realm toys)
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:14 am
    Because why not. Didn’t see the Batman V Superman footage from Comic Con this past summer?  Don’t fret, as YouTuber Free Will Revolution has made a pretty accurate and kick ass animated version of the footage.  Seeing as there was … Continue reading →
  • Rising Sun Round Up: AS THE GODS WILL, BAYONETTA, GUNDAM (the Realm Cast/ the Realm toys)
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:02 am
    Get ready for the craziest trailer you’ll see this week. – Takashi Miike can’t sleep.  That’s my only theory as to how he make so many goddamn films, and the shit he he puts in them.  Case in point, the … Continue reading →
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  • Allu Arjun first look in ‘Rudhrama Devi’

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:48 am
    The long wait has been came to an end, Stylish Star Allu Arjun first look as ‘Gona Gona Reddy’ in Gunasekhar’s dream periodic film ‘Rudhrama Devi’ is out. The firstlook poster has gone viral in few minuites after the release. The bunny fans are going mad with the first look poster which resembles bunny in With head-to-toe black costume and visible fire in his eyes. 
  • Nani to romance Malavika Nair!!

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:41 am
    Hero Nani’s next target is to comeout of the series of blows he received in the past few years,Movies like Aahakalyana and Paisa put him into deep depression stage where he is unable to take up a new decision on his life.Finally a project is concluded from the hands of Hanu Raghavapudi who directed Andalarakshasi movie.Now Naani is supposed to deal with another project with debutant director Nag Ashwin’s movie which is titled Evade Subrahmanyam.So for both the projects Nani has two – two heroines to romance with.Malavika Nair the malayalam beauty to enter TFI with Nani;s new movie and…
  • Archana Veda Latest stills

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:19 am
    Here is the latest Stills of Actress Archana / Veda from the Movie Anadhi.
  • Chaitu - Sujeeth(Run Raja Run Director) to Team up!!

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:06 am
    Naga Chaitnaya who is currently enjoying the success of the Movie Oka Laila Kosam , and now he is going to start a new movie under the direction of Run Raja Run fame Sujeeth and the Movie has already started the pre production works and as per source the king Nagarjuna already gave a green signal for the film story. Currently Naga chaitnaya working  for Untitled film with Nenokadine fame Kriti Sanon under Swamy Ra Ra fame Sudheer Varma.
  • Nag - Karthi Multistarrer Confirmed

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:54 am
    Here is the Fresh News of the Combination of Tamil and Telugu Film Heroes for the Upcoming Multistarrer and this Film is going to be Produced by PVP Cinema Banner which Produced super Hit film Balupu and now, this Movie will be Shot Simultaneously in Telugu And Tamil as Bi-lingual Film and being Directed by Yevadu Fame Vamsi Paidepally. Earlier This Movie Planned with Nagarjuna and Jr NTR , but for reasons this project moved to Karth.
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    Hollywood Scary Movies

  • 20 Of The Most Successful Horror Film Reproduced In Hollywood

    10 Oct 2014 | 6:43 am
    The industry of horror movies is very profitable, many of those movies made a lot of profits during the past decade despite their little budgets. And because Hollywood prefers to work with famous names, most of the old movies that have been reproduced were well-known and popular; and this exactly what made this strategy almost always achieve a great success. Over the past decade films in the top 10 grossed a worldwide total of $ 3.5. Also, 12 out of 20 films that were produced in the past 10 years except only one film had a profit that exceeded 100 million dollars; half of them earned about $…
  • Top Horror Movies Based On True Stories

    31 Aug 2014 | 11:28 am
    Watching horror films is fun for many, but when it comes to films inspired by true stories, will it continue to be fun and entertainment or will it shift to become real horror ..?! Jaws One of the most famous films of the 20th century that achieved great success, production in 1975. The story of this film is talking about a fisherman trying to get rid of a shark that devoured much of the island’s population .. The Exorcist Exorcist, there are many movies and novels about evil spirits, but this film is still stuck in the minds of viewers.. The film revolves around a child haunted by evil…
  • Cinematic errors that ruined very famous horror movies

    19 Aug 2014 | 10:59 am
    Just when you aren’t able to breathe and your heart beats faster then suddenly all this will disappear if you’re strong enough to notice these errors while watching the following horror films: Scream The famous “Scream” movie released in 1996, when the public was enjoying the horror scene near the end, while the father of “Sydney,” leaves the Treasury where he was imprisoned, dripping other tools of the Treasury after leaving, and here shows the hand of a member of the staff from the Treasury clearly falling tools out of the closet, breaking all the horror. Final…
  • Far from blood: Psychological thrillers

    7 Aug 2014 | 6:14 pm
    Away from the bloody horror films filled with monsters and the cut edges, there are some hollywood horror movies that rely on the accumulation of tension that leads to a state of fear, a psychological thriller. Mulholland Drive 2001 There is a fine line between fantasies, dreams and the suffering of mental illness of the heroine in the film “Mulholland Drive”. The film is very exceptional and it offers a surreal psychological horror. Jacob’s Ladder 1990 In the film “Jacob’s Ladder” a young singer is facing severe hallucinations, fears of death and madness. The…
  • Free Movies Online Without Downloading

    27 Jun 2014 | 7:08 am
    If you are a person who loves watching horror movies or any kind of movies, you like downloading or just watching !!, then you’ll find what you are looking for in this article because here i’ve put a list of the best 4 websites to have a free download of full movies and top 10 websites that give you a free movie online without downloading. So you no need to bye  Cd’s or DVD anymore. All what you need is here: is a website that give you the best experience to watch & dowload free movies online with high quality at Putlocker, Sockshare, Movshare,…
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  • 31 Days of Hell: Antichrist

    Christopher George
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:40 pm
    As a break from the standard horror fare, we've included Lars Von Trier's Antichrist in our series, 31 Days of Hell. "We've got plenty of wood."The first entry in what would become known as writer-director Lars Von Trier’s Depression TrilogyAntichrist is a nuclear bomb of shocking taboo imagery and transcendent transgression with uncharted depths of pain and despair.  One of the few films to legitimately shake the film world to its very foundations, eliciting incredible amounts of anger and upset over explicit sex and extreme violence, Antichrist is the work of an artist at the…
  • New To Blu: See No Evil 2

    Christopher George
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:40 am
    This Tuesday sees the release of the Soska Sisters' latest horror incarnation, See No Evil 2."I swear. It's not what it looks like."Jen and Sylvia Soska have been making a name for themselves as two of the best young directors in horror with films like Dead Hooker in a Trunk and American Mary. The sisters are back this week with the sequel to the rather underwhelming See No Evil. Back in 2006, WWE Films was just getting started and their first full production saw WWE star Glenn “Kane” Jacobs take on the role of a poor man’s Jason Voorhees in what turned out to be a dull, generic…
  • 31 Days of Hell: Halloween Prize Pack Giveaway

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    We really love Halloween, so we're giving away this killer prize pack of freaky goodies.31 Days of Hell Prize Pack includes: 1 Gumball Machine courtesy of Gumball-Machine.com1 pack of spooky eyes gumballs1 copy of Paranormal Diaries: Clophill DVD (promo)1 copy of The Devil Incarnate DVD (promo)1 copy of Werewolf Rising DVD (promo)Use the Rafflecopter entry form to enter below.U.S. entries onlyWe reserve the right to disqualify entriesa Rafflecopter giveaway
  • 31 Days of Hell: Cat People

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:25 pm
    The 31 Days of Hell now brings you a review the 1942 feature, Cat People."I'm not fully naked under this water."Jacques Tourneur’s 1942 classic horror film Cat People is astonishingly ahead of its time that still manages to unnerve in unexpected ways and provides further proof that sometimes the best scares are created by what you hear as opposed to see.  Stylized as horror noir in glorious 40s black-and-white film, Cat Peoplefollows Irena (Simone Simon), a Serbian fashion designer who marries a marine engineer named Oliver (Kent Smith) who finds herself unable to love him back out of…
  • Review: Young Ones

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Michael Shannon could really use a drink in this week's Young Ones."In the future,I guess there's no water butplenty of gas. Wanna race?"Apparently, there is a strong lack of creativity when it comes to movies about the future.This week's release, Young Ones, is no different. Once again, audiences are dragged through a hellish environment where water is hard to come by and morals are always trumped by man's greed for land, money, and resources. Played like a lackluster version of Mad Max meets a Sergio Leone film, Young Ones is short on character, high in melodrama, and an altogether…
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  • Get a Jump Scare with New Woman in Black: Angel of Death Trailer

    10 Oct 2014 | 8:26 am
    Yeah, I know, leading you into a scene (using a innocent kid, no less) and then throwing a jump scare at you with fancy quick cut editing is a bit of a cheat, but hey, it kind of works. Anyhoos. Take a gander at a new trailer for the Brit horror sequel “The Woman in Black: Angel of Death,” take a ganderers. I guess Harry Potter was wielding some weak magic, since he apparently didn’t manage to kill the old broad in the first movie after all. England, 1941 With London in the midst of the blitz, two teachers evacuate a group of schoolchildren to the abandoned Eel Marsh House.
  • A Handful of New Images for Dracula Untold

    9 Oct 2014 | 10:46 am
    Dracula gets an updated, comic book-ish origin story in Gary Shore’s “Dracula Untold.” Check out a handful of new images from the flick below, opening this Friday. The most interesting part of this movie for me isn’t the Dracula stuff. I mean, Dracula as Batman, climbing some mountain and drinking some blood and then turning into a superhero to save the good people of his land? Meh. But the director, Gary Shore, though. I really liked this guy when he did a techno-Samurai-futuristic concept trailer for something called “Cup of Tears” and have been waiting…
  • The Walking Dead Renewed for Season 6

    7 Oct 2014 | 10:59 am
    Ahead of its Season 5 premiere this Sunday, AMC has officially renewed “The Walking Dead” for a sixth season. Which makes this the most boring news all day, because let’s face it, even if the ratings for “Dead” tanks this year (and there’s no indication it’s in any danger of doing that), the network would still give it another year to try to, ahem, come back to life. Season 5 kicks off this October 12th, with Rick and co. fighting back against their captors at Terminus. From the looks of the trailers, they apparently turn the tables on the bad guys…
  • Annabelle (2014) Movie Review

    Brent McKnight
    2 Oct 2014 | 1:38 pm
    Remember that evil doll from “The Conjuring”? It’s the kind of hellish looking children’s toy that you think no one would ever possibly give to a real child because just looking at that nasty smile would give it nightmares. Obviously, the first thing you thought walking out of James Wan’s film was, “That creepy doll needs its own movie,” right? Didn’t everyone think that? It sure seems that way, because that’s exactly what we now have with the prequel “Annabelle.” And if you think making a feature-length movie out of the backstory of a sinister doll—from the director…
  • Warner Bros. is Prepping an I am Legend Reboot

    2 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    If it ain’t broke, and you can’t get Will Smith back for a sequel… REBOOT TIME! Deadline reports that the studio has snapped up the spec script “A Garden At The End Of The World” (described as “a sci-fi version of John Wayne’s ‘The Searchers'”) and will be adapting it as an “I am Legend” reboot. Yes, they couldn’t even make the effort to just write an original (sort of) script for their reboot. Talk about lazy, sheesh! The film, of course, was based on Richard Matheson’s book of the same name, about the last survivor of…
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    CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews

  • PFF 23 Coverage: Part One

    The CutPrintFilm Staff
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:09 am
    The first part of CutPrintFilm's extensive coverage of PFF 23. The post PFF 23 Coverage: Part One appeared first on CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews.

    Chris Evangelista
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:19 am
    FRANCHISED returns with SAW V, which certainly is a movie of some kind. The post FRANCHISED: SAW V appeared first on CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews.
  • Breathe

    Jeff Rollins
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Breathe will bring you back to the heartache of adolescence and remind you just how cruel the people you love can be. The post Breathe appeared first on CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews.
  • Housebound

    Chris Evangelista
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:02 am
    HOUSEBOUND is a little too ambitious for its own good, but a great performance from Morgana O’Reilly and some effective scares and humor elevate things The post Housebound appeared first on CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews.
  • CutPrintFilm Podcast: Episode 34

    Jeff Rollins
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
    It's part one of our two part Halloween SPOOKTACULAR and we're celebrating by talking about the horror masterpiece, Rosemary's Baby The post CutPrintFilm Podcast: Episode 34 appeared first on CutPrintFilm | Movie Reviews.
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    Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

  • Free Pre-code Screenings

    5 Oct 2014 | 9:55 pm
    Running from 26 September – 2 November 2014, the Forbidden Hollywood: The Wild Days of Pre-Code Cinema festival is a celebration of the best films of the era. Making use of a rare selection of prints from museums and collections all over the world, it is not to be missed. Unfortunately, the collection is only screening at Brisbane at Australian Cinémathèque, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA). The films will be screening during the months of October and November and best of all its free! All the film information and timings are below:QAGOMA 50+ After Hours | Screening and TalkForbidden…
  • The New Dietrich: Sari Maritza and Lauren Bacall Tribute

    13 Aug 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Touted by Paramount Pictures in 1932 at the “New Dietrich”, Sari Maritza was as beautiful, exotic and captivating as her acting counterpart but without the dedication and longevity. Maritza was a Paramount acquisition groomed and educated like no other with the company’s executives waiting months before committing her to a picture. However, this highly anticipated and talented actress only appeared in pictures for four years, retiring to engross herself in her many and sadly short-lived marriages. Like so many Hollywood hopefuls, despite talent, good-looks and the backing of a large…
  • The Gentleman Gangster: Stone Wallace on George Raft – Part 2

    31 Jul 2014 | 10:12 pm
    This is part two of an interview I completed with George Raft biographer, Stone Wallace. For part one, click here. For everyone else, enjoy:Emma: How did Raft get into film acting? Did he have any training before beginning acting or was he simply a natural performer?      Stone: George was friendly with Texas Guinan, a famous cabaret hostess of the time and partner with mobster Larry Fay in the El Fey Club.  (The pair were later immortalized, if somewhat fictionally, as Eddie Bartlett and Panama Smith in The Roaring Twenties, played respectively by James Cagney…
  • The Gentleman Gangster: Stone Wallace on George Raft – Part 1

    24 Jul 2014 | 12:25 am
    In 1999 when the AFI released their 100 years…100 stars list of the top 50 greatest screen legends, most mainstream leading ladies and men were accounted for. They included Bogart – the dramatic actor, Cagney – the gangster, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly – the musical stars, Charlies Chaplin, Buster Keaton and The Marx Brothers – the comedians and Kirk Douglas, Marlon Brando and Sydney Poitier – the new age. But I think every avid classic film fan has at least one or two objections to the list. For me I like to imagine George Raft has place 51. He was as accomplished an actor as…
  • Even in Precode - Nobody’s Perfect

    11 Jul 2014 | 8:44 pm
    Hollywood, since the 1920’s, has been jokingly known as the community of fakers, liars and ‘Yes-man’. However once in a while a character stands out and breaks the mould as well as few a egos. Gloria Swanson by StanlawsPenrhyn Stanlaws was a portrait painting genius in the early 20th Century and, like rival Charles Dana Gibson, even had his own set of ‘Stanlaws Girls’. Born in Dundee, Scotland in 1877, his artworks graced the covers of countless popular magazines from Collier’s, Life, Saturday Evening Post, The American Magazine and Heart’s International. He became a…
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    Film Inquiry

  • THE JUDGE: Performances Take A Regular Drama To Another Level

    Yash Bhatia
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    I’ve never really understood the law. That, however, never stopped me from drooping inquisitively over courtroom dramas. With my rediscovery of A Few Good Men on TV a few months ago, this sub-genre managed to spark some affection in my geeky wonderland of a mind. With two acting powerhouses to anchor its shaky narrative, The Judge is a pleasant break for both Robert Downey Jr and his fans. And it is a lot better than some cantankerous complain-boxes might have led you to believe. It is a film of uncontaminated smiles paired gently with a sincere instances of quivering…
  • Movies Opening in Cinemas On October 24

    Manon de Reeper
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:01 am
    Every Monday Film Inquiry publishes the movies that are opening in cinemas! This week: Ouija, John Wick, White Bird in a Blizzard, Laggies, Citizenfour, Force Majeure and 23 Blast. Note that these are based on the opening dates in the United States. If you’re looking for the opening dates for a certain movie in your country, click the ‘international release dates” below the movie details. Opening in Cinemas This Week: Ouija (2014) 89 minutes – Horror A group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board. Director:…
  • FilmBundle: A Great Alternative When You Have the Blockbuster Blues

    Jay Ledbetter
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    It is easy to be a bit cynical about the state of modern commercial filmmaking. So many of today’s wide-released movies are either remakes of a remake of a remake or star a buff white dude fighting crime (usually in a cape or police uniform). With big studios investing so much money in the big movies we see today, they cannot afford to take huge risks. There is a tried and true formula for big commercial profits in Hollywood, and the big movie studios plan on taking full advantage of it. A few times a year you will see studios give opportunities to very established directors to make bold,…
  • DRACULA UNTOLD Doesn’t Make Good On Its Promise

    Jeff Peterson
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Dracula Untold tries to be a lot of different things – a PG-13 horror movie, a historical epic, a Gothic romance, a superhero origin story – and it does it all while at the same time trying to kick start an Avengers-style shared movie universe. Whether you call that ambitious or just the obvious product of too many cooks in the kitchen, it doesn’t succeed on every front. But remarkably enough, as a pure popcorn movie, it doesn’t completely fall apart, either. Taking place in 15th-century Transylvania, it introduces us to a Dracula very different from Bela Lugosi’s iconic, heavily…
  • Movies Opening in Cinemas On October 17

    Manon de Reeper
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Every Monday Film Inquiry publishes the movies that are opening in cinemas! This week: Fury, The Best of Me, The Book of Life, Birdman, Dear White People, Listen Up Philip, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Camp X-Ray, The Tale of Princess Kaguya and Watchers of the Sky. Note that these are based on the opening dates in the United States. If you’re looking for the opening dates for a certain movie in your country, click the ‘international release dates” below the movie details. Opening in Cinemas This Week: Fury (2014) 134 minutes – Action, Drama, War April, 1945. As the Allies make…
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  • Movie Review: The Book of Life (2014)

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:22 am
    by Tony Dayoub Many years ago, I made the mistake of dismissing The Nightmare Before Christmas as a visually spectacular but hollow animated musical. Yeah, I didn't get it. It isn't that nostalgia has made the movie feel closer to a classic or that over time its style has eclipsed its substance. In a fundamental way, I've come to realize, its style is its substance. I shall not make the same mistake with The Book of Life. While not the animation game-changer that The Nightmare Before Christmas may have been, The Book of Life perhaps has even more room to grow into a classic in the coming…
  • Movie Review: Fury (2014)

    16 Oct 2014 | 2:05 pm
    by Tony Dayoub Writer-director David Ayer crafts another fine look at the way shared violent experiences form a tenuous brotherhood among men with Fury. Set in the final days of World War II's European Theater, the movie follows a Sherman tank, christened "Fury," and its battle-hardened crew led by Staff Sergeant Don "Wardaddy" Collier (Brad Pitt). Among Wardaddy's crew are the God-fearing "Bible" (Shia LaBeouf), wisecracking "Gordo" (Michael Peña), and the crude "Coon-Ass" (Jon Bernthal). After losing one of their drivers, the tight-knit unit is saddled with a virtual rookie plucked from…
  • RIP Elizabeth Peña

    16 Oct 2014 | 5:13 am
    by Tony Dayoub "Sayles could pull a performance out of a dog. I'm serious. He was just amazing. The world could fall apart and he remained on neutral." - a humble but talented Elizabeth Peña on John Sayles, who directed her to her best performance in the highly underrated Lone Star Recommended Films - They All Laughed, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, La Bamba, Blue Steel, Jacob's Ladder, Lone Star, Rush Hour, The Incredibles And an even better list of titles I haven't seen but should - El Super, Crossover Dreams, *batteries not included, The Waterdance, Tortilla Soup, Transamerica, The Lost…
  • Movie Review: I Am Ali (2014)

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    by Tony Dayoub Going in, documentary I Am Ali has two strikes against it. It tries to distill the entire life of boxing's best known heavyweight champion into a film with a scant 111-minute running time, and it depends too much on his closest friends and family to do so. On the plus side, it is the first film to revolve so heavily on personal recordings of interactions with his family made by Muhammad Ali himself. The result is a substantially whitewashed account of the life of the Greatest. At best, I Am Ali is a primer for the few that a long line of documentaries about this extremely well…
  • NYFF52 Reviews: Tales of the Grim Sleeper (2014) and Iris (2014)

    7 Oct 2014 | 7:12 am
    by Tony Dayoub Two of the best documentaries playing at the 52nd New York Film Festival couldn't be more different except that they are each by titans of their field, the creepy Tales of the Grim Sleeper by Nick Broomfield and the ebullient Iris by Albert Maysles. Tales of the Grim Sleeper Broomfield is a character in his own doc, playing the part of the "observer observed," a kind of subjectivity I usually dislike in this kind of reportage. However, it in no way detracts from the chilling story he recounts about Lonnie David Franklin, a man who may have killed over a hundred women in his…
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    overdoseu: So apparently I accidentaly deleted the original post of my giveaway so I am very sorry guys I know you’ve reblogged it so many times and it reached 2k notes. So again I am apologizing for this. And again this isn’t a scam or ‘fake giveaway’ or something. Proof? here I still don’t have the photo of the album and the photobook because it’s still on my grandma’s house. So what you’ll win is stated above.  1 winner for the die jungs photobook, 1 winner for the overdose album and 9 winners for each Experia T2. Rules: Reblog this post. You don’t have to follow this…
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  • Let's Go To Rose Motel 3: Wandering (2014) 720p HDRip 600MB

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:06 am
    aka 가자! 장미여관으로 3 - 방황 (ga-ja jang-mi-yeok-wan-eu-lo 3 - bang-hwang)Info: [K-Movie]Release Date: 8 August 2014 (South Korea)Genre: Melodrama | RomanceLanguage: KoreanDirector: Kim Bong-eunCast: Seo Yeon-joo, Lee Jong-joonResolution: 1280*720Format: MatroskaUploader: Gre@t4DLSource: 720p HDRip XviD-CINEGURUDuration: 1h 25mnFile Size: 598.45 MiBSubtitle: Indonesia, English (N/A)Synopsis:Chan-ho (Lee Jong-joon) is a playboy who is obsessed with Jae-hee (Seo Yeon-joo), although she won't allow him physical affection unlike other girls. He tries everything but she doesn't give…
  • Let's Go to Rose Motel 2: Thirst (2014) 720p HDRip 600MB

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:50 pm
    aka 가자! 장미여관으로 2 - 갈증 (ga-ja jang-mi-yeok-wan-eu-lo 2)Info: [K-Movie]Release Date: 10 April 2014 (South Korea)Genre: Erotic | Melodrama | RomanceLanguage: KoreanDirector: Kim Bong-eunCast: Hwang Jeong-ah, Lim So-mi, Lee Hyeon-gook, Kim Myeong-joongResolution: 1280*720Format: MatroskaUploader: Gre@t4DLSource: 720p HDRip XviDDuration: 1h 27mnFile Size: 596.95 MiBSubtitle: Indonesia, English (N/A)Synopsis:Campus couple Sang-yeol (Kim Myeong-joong) and Mi-na (Lim So-mi) are a married couple who maintain their living as a magazine reporter and pretty famous writer. Sang-yeol,…
  • What‘s Going on with My Sister (2014) BluRay 1080p 5.1CH x264 1.7GB

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:42 am
    aka Info: [J-Movie]Release Date: 17 May 2014 (Japan)Genre: Comedy | Fantasy | RomanceLanguage: JapaneseDirector: -Cast: Tenka Hashimoto,Yukichi Kobayash,Mayu – Hiyori And Mika YanoResolution: 1920*1080Format: MatroskaUploader: Gre@t4DLSource: 1080p BluRay x264-WiKiDuration: 1h 57mnFile Size: 1.70 GiBSubtitle: Indonesia, English (N/A)Synopsis:Mitsuki (Tenka Hashimoto) and Yuya (Yukichi Kobayashi) become stepsister and stepbrother because of their parents’ marriage. Mitsuki can’t get along with her new family and Yuya doesn’t know how to approach his new stepsister. One day, Mitsuki…
  • King Arthur (2004) Extended Director’s Cut BluRay 720p 1.1GB

    20 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    aka King Arthur: Director's CutInfo: Date: 7 July 2004 (USA)Genre: Action | Adventure | DramaLanguage: English | Latin | Irish | Welsh | Scottish GaelicDirector: Antoine FuquaCast: Clive Owen, Stephen Dillane, Keira KnightleyResolution: 1280*544Format: MatroskaUploader: Gre@t4DLSource: Extended.Director’s.Cut.BluRay.1080p.DTS.2Audio.x264-CHDDuration: 2h 21mnFile Size: 1.10 GiBSubtitle: Indonesia, EnglishSynopsis:Based on a more realistic portrayal of "Arthur" than has ever been presented onscreen. The film will focus on the history and politics of…
  • What‘s Going on with My Sister (2014) BluRay 720p 850MB

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:58 am
    aka Info: [J-Movie]Release Date: 17 May 2014 (Japan)Genre: Comedy | Fantasy | RomanceLanguage: JapaneseDirector: -Cast: Tenka Hashimoto,Yukichi Kobayash,Mayu – Hiyori And Mika YanoResolution: 1280*720Format: MatroskaUploader: Gre@t4DLSource: 720p BluRay x264-WiKiDuration: 1h 57mnFile Size: 850.94 MiBSubtitle: Indonesia, English (N/A)Synopsis:Mitsuki (Tenka Hashimoto) and Yuya (Yukichi Kobayashi) become stepsister and stepbrother because of their parents’ marriage. Mitsuki can’t get along with her new family and Yuya doesn’t know how to approach his new stepsister. One day, Mitsuki…
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  • Happy New Year First (1st) Day Expected Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| First Day Expected Business

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:25 pm
    Happy New Year First (1st) Day Expected Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| First Day Expected Business - So the movie for which many of you might be eagerly waiting is about to release on the theaters. The movie have many reasons which can attract many people to the theaters. Many of you might be excited to watch the movie on the theaters. The movie is starring your favorite stars in the lead roles and is directed by well known director of the industry. So we are with the collection that the movies expected to make on the first day. The movie expected to set up many records at…
  • Happy New Year Advance Booking Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:25 am
    Happy New Year Advance Booking Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports - The most awaited movie of the year starring your favorite star cast is about to release in few days. Many people with no doubts are eagerly waiting for the release of the movie. One of the biggest awaited movie of the year and can set up new records at the theaters which previous big movies at the Box Office are not able to set up. The movie have many reasons that can attract good number of people to the theaters. The story, director, genre, star cast and other reasons due to which it is expected to set up…
  • Haider Eighteenth (18th) Day and Third (3rd) Weekend Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| Eighteenth Day and Third Weekend Business

    19 Oct 2014 | 1:58 am
    Haider Eighteenth (18th) Day and Third (3rd) Weekend Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| Eighteenth Day and Third Weekend Business - The modern day adaptation to William Shakespeare’s Hamlet had been able to attract good number of people to the theaters. People had loved the acting of the star cat and the story of the movie. Therefore many of you might had been recommended to watch the movie on the theaters. The movie had covered on long period on the theaters. Below we are with the Second weekend and eighteenth day Box Office collection and report of the movie. Haider…
  • Bang Bang Eighteenth (18th) Day and Third (3rd) Weekend Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| Eighteenth Day and Third Weekend Business

    19 Oct 2014 | 1:02 am
    Bang Bang Eighteenth (18th) Day and Third (3rd) Weekend Box Office Collection (Earnings) and Reports| Eighteenth Day and Third Weekend Business - The movie had been on the theaters after a long period of the time and the collection of the movie had started showing drop. The movie with no doubt had been loved by good number of people at the theaters and had recommended other peoples to watch it on the theaters. The official remake of Hollywood Knight and Day had been able to win good number of hearts. Below we are with the third weekend and eighteenth day Box Office collection and report…
  • Happy Budday Song Lyrics and HD Video Ft. Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar and Parineeti Chopra – Kill Dil

    18 Oct 2014 | 4:32 am
    Happy Budday Song Lyrics and HD Video Ft. Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar and Parineeti Chopra – Kill Dil - So here is another song from the movie for which many of you might be waiting for. The movie that has got many reasons to be watched on the theaters. Though it was not one of the awaited movie but it can got many people to watch it on the theaters. Below we are with the new song from the movie. Below are the song lyrics and HD video. So have a look over them. The song is sung in the voice of Sukhwinder Singh & Shankar Mahadevan while lyrics are penned by Gulzar. The music director…
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    Scariest Movies Online

  • Help Support Lunatic

    23 Sep 2014 | 12:04 pm
    Do you miss the horror movies of the 70’s and 80’s? Have you been craving for a psychotic, frog masked, serial killer who goes around compressing the hell out of his victims in a stolen garbage truck? If you answered yes then you’re in for a special treat because that’s exactly what the film Lunatic can be with your help. If the idea of this film gets you excited then click the link below and show your support for Lunatic. Go ahead and also share it with your friends and remember every little bit helps and as always there are tons of cool perks! CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT…
  • V/H/S: Viral – Sick Red Band Trailer

    18 Sep 2014 | 4:55 pm
    If you thought the first two V/H/S films were good then you’re going to get one hell of a kick out of the third installment. This trailer is totally insane, has blood and guts galore and best of all hot chicks with monster abs(literally)! In V/H/S: Viral a group of fame-obsessed teens follow a violent car chase in LA. The other segments which include a psychotic magician who obtains an object of great power, a homemade machine that opens a door to a parallel world, teenage skaters who become targets of a Mexican death cult ritual, and a sinister organization who tracks down a serial…
  • The Divine Tragedies

    5 Sep 2014 | 10:36 am
    Some find beauty in watching the sun rise. Some see it painted boldly in a Van Gogh. Others however, find it in the most cruel and despicable act, murder. Take Norman Bates, give him an extra disturbed brother with drive and self confidence, take the concept of killing and twist it until your hands have bled out your palms to the bone and what do you get? One of the most unique serial killer films that will make you hope butterflies burst out of your chest known as The Divine Tragedies. If you fear your death being ugly, just watch the trailer below and rest assured, it will be beautiful!
  • Help Fund The Newscaster

    25 Aug 2014 | 12:36 am
    After finally catching up with submissions that were sent via email, tonight we decided to see if we missed any tweets from earlier in the month. One tweet stood out as they were reaching out to us for support of their horror film. We simply replied back and asked to see a trailer as we always like to see the films that we promote first. He replied back immediately and sent us the link. Now keep in mind we have spent all day watching submissions, that were in the end disappointing to say the least. When we saw the opening sequence to The Newscaster, we knew that we had hit horror gold and…
  • Super Zero

    18 Aug 2014 | 2:10 pm
    When will the next profound event in human history take place? If you’ve asked yourself this question before, then you’ve probably followed up with the, “Will I still be alive to witness it,” question. Life as we know has a tendency to surprise us when we least expect it. It can make our day better than we ever imagined it to be or it can take a huge dump on it. This next horror short, Super Zero, shows exactly how cruel and ironic life can be during a time that the world is witnessing a very monumental event. So…wipe life’s crap off your face and focus on…
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    Total Box Office Collections

  • Sonali Cable 2nd Day Collection | (2 Days) Saturday Box Office Report

    Yogesh Goyal
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:30 am
    Sonali Cable 2nd Day Collection | (2 Days) Saturday Box Office Report Sonali Cable 2nd Day Collection | (2 Days) Saturday Box Office Report:- The new romantic cum drama movie had done the cold earning on the box office on day 1 or release day at the domestic box office. the audience had not been seen that much interested in the new release of bollywood box office. on the 1st day the sonali cable screens was seen dull at the bollwyood box office. for the opening day show of sonali cable the box office had not been able to have much profit but the 2nd day (saturday) of sonali cable was a bit…
  • Sonali Cable 2014 First Day Collection | Opening Day Box Office Report

    Yogesh Goyal
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:43 am
    Sonali Cable 2014 First Day Collection | Opening Day Box Office Report Sonali Cable 2014 First Day Collection | Opening Day Box Office Report:- After having the big movies like Bang Bang now the box office had the  small budget movie with the new faces at the screens. after having the good start in the Mere Dad ki maruti, Rhea Chakraborty is seen in the new release i.e. Sonali Cable 2014 Film. being a small budget movie, sonali cable movie had not been promoted greatly. the sonali cable 2014 movie had been produced with the approx budget of of Rs.12 crores. the sonali cable is being…
  • Bang Bang 2nd Tuesday collection | 13th day total Earning report

    Yogesh Goyal
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:48 am
    Bang Bang 2nd Tuesday collection | 13th day total Earning report Bang Bang 2nd Tuesday collection | 13th day total Earning report:- The action movie bang bang is about to finish the total 14 days or 2nd week on box office. even after the 13th day of movie today, the bang bang is still exist on box office. the people are still seen viewing the movie with the great interest but the movie had lost much of its audience while going to the end of 2nd week. today on the 13th day, the bang bang movie had done very less earning or collection. after the end of the time of bang bang movie now the…
  • Bang Bang 2nd Weekend Total Collection | Total 11 Days Earning

    Yogesh Goyal
    12 Oct 2014 | 8:08 am
    Bang Bang 2nd Weekend Total Collection | Total 11 Days Earning Bang Bang 2nd Weekend Total Collection | Total 11 Days Earning:- Today is 2nd Weekend of Bang Bang 2014 movie. The new action movie hrithik roshan had the great collection over the box office. the last movie of hrithik roshan i.e. Krrish 3 was the super hit movie on the box office in the 2013 year. but the new movie bang bang had not been that much success full on box office but still the bang bang movie had done the very good collection on the box office after the 2nd sunday of movie on box office. the movie had done the…
  • Romeo Second Day Box Office Collection | Saturday Earning Report

    Yogesh Goyal
    10 Oct 2014 | 5:37 pm
    Romeo Second Day Box Office Collection | Saturday Earning Report Romeo Telugu movie 2nd day business report | 1st saturday total income:= The Romeo 2014 movie is the new telugu movie that is being released on 10th october 2014 on the box office. the new romeo movie had the good response at the box office after the end of 1st day or opening day show. the people had shown good interest in the movie and also had liked the story and the great facinating cast of romeo movie. The new telugu movie romeo had been released on limited number of screen at the box office but still the movie had able to…
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    Film Pulse


    Todd Willcox
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:24 pm
    Here Comes the Night has the hallmarks of do-it-yourself filmmaking. It was written and produced by directors Pete Shanel and Peter Kline as well as the film’s principal actors, Ben Duhl and Kurt Haas. The result is nearly 90 minutes of what amounts to the beginning of a film; that is, there is a premise that is never fully explored or realized. Duhl and Haas create likeable characters who might have something to say in a bigger universe than the one they inhabit on the streets of Los Angeles. Read More: HERE COMES THE NIGHT Review Film Pulse - The Latest Film News, Movie Reviews, Trailers,…

    Adam Patterson
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:45 pm
    This week on the show, we review two new horror movies available on VOD platforms- The Town That Dreaded Sundown and Housebound. Read More: Podcast: Episode 139 – THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN, HOUSEBOUND Film Pulse - The Latest Film News, Movie Reviews, Trailers, Festival Coverage and More
  • Lionsgate and Tribeca Are Launching Their Own Subscription VOD Service

    Adam Patterson
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:15 am
    It was announced today the Tribeca and Lionsgate are partnering up to deliver a new subscription-based VOD service that will offer up a collection of curated titles from both companies. This marks the latest in a recent batch of SVOD services, with Read More: Lionsgate and Tribeca Are Launching Their Own Subscription VOD Service Film Pulse - The Latest Film News, Movie Reviews, Trailers, Festival Coverage and More
  • Kickstart Sunday: FOUND FOOTAGE 3D

    Adam Patterson
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:23 pm
    As someone who has grown to despise the found footage sub-genre over the last few years, it pleases me to no end to see a director deconstructing the tropes and making a film that satirizes everything about this tired style of horror Read More: Kickstart Sunday: FOUND FOOTAGE 3D Film Pulse - The Latest Film News, Movie Reviews, Trailers, Festival Coverage and More
  • OUT OF PRINT (2014) Review

    Ernie Trinidad
    18 Oct 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Think back on the last movie you watched. Where and how did you watch it? On your laptop? On your phone? On Blu-ray or DVD? In a movie theatre? Regardless of how films are ultimately distributed they are always meant to be seen on the big screen with an audience. Good or bad, ultra-low or sky-high budgeted, recent release or over a century old, movies were meant for movie theaters. When films are out of circulation that is where the repertoire theaters come in. Revival theaters, as they are also referred to as, screen films that are no longer in circulation. Often these theaters will screen a…
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    Doug's Film Reviews

  • Dracula Untold

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Dracula Untold ★1/2    Classic literature is a beautiful thing to behold. This stems from the fact that today's literary realm pales in comparison, as far as pure talent is concerned, and lacks the depth of intellectual prowess that only a name such as Leo Tolstoy can summon. Characters are cherished and live on in the hearts of many, while inevitably becoming the focal point of countless, and rather unnecessary, remakes and tales of a re-fashioned manner. Needless to say, no one has dared to attempt a re-telling of a novel as highly distinguished as War and…
  • Transformers: Age of Extinction

    13 Oct 2014 | 5:46 pm
    Transformers: Age of Extinction  Zero Stars   "Transformers: Age of Extinction" is a long winded nightmare of a film. This commercially successful franchise has drained the joy and substance from the art itself, all while being fed by the mindless general audiences who only care for simplistic and rather vacuous entertainment. It will not be long before we are inevitably converted back to the age of grunting and killing small rodents with over-sized clubs.   Naturally, one would have higher expectations for this picture, considering the casting of Mark Wahlberg and…
  • Gone with the Wind

    7 Oct 2014 | 3:41 pm
    Gone with the Wind       As the seventy-fifth anniversary screening of  "Gone with the Wind" came to a close and whilst the audience divulged in a rousing exhibition of appreciation, a lingering sense of unrelenting elation gripped my heart and soul. Of course, this warmth does not stem from the film itself, as the resolution would warrant a profusion of emotions, most of which identify with sorrow and despair. This contentment emanates from the reality that after all these years, this picture still remains a favored piece of cinema for many, and continues to…
  • No Good Deed

    30 Sep 2014 | 6:05 pm
    No Good Deed     "No Good Deed" is a worthless and aimless film, in which one could attach numerous other synonyms of the like to describe its incompetence. Its misguided attempts to thrill are trumped by an inept exercision of direction, acting, and a plot that would make even a B-horror film cringe.    This is without hesitation the most idiotic picture of the year. Its presence is purely ignominious and rightfully so. For, if blunders of this caliber were commended, then everything we know and love about the art of film would be deemed trivial. Our time on this…
  • The Maze Runner

    24 Sep 2014 | 1:32 pm
    The Maze Runner    As the box office reign of  "Guardians of the Galaxy"  and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" inevitably comes to an end; it lends the opportunity for another film to shift to the forefront and attempt to stimulate audiences nationwide. "The Maze Runner" is a science fiction tale that fulfills this elementary requirement and functions quite well, considering the youth of the cast and the lack of experience in director Wes Ball. This being his first feature length picture.    With any film whose cinematic concern and theme…
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  • Why GeekGirlCon Is One of the Best Cons Around
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:39 pm
    More geek news at GeekMundoIf you think that GeekGirlCon is just for geek girls, you’re missing out on one of the best, and most refreshing Cons going. Every year I go to GeekGirlCon it gets better, and each time I go it feels more like home.  Geeks know the feeling I’m talking about well.  You know that feeling you […]"Like" us @ Tweet Us @GeekMundoNet and Circle Us on Google Plus: GeekMundo
  • Book Review: ‘Reign of Evil’ by Weston Ochse
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:06 am
    More geek news at GeekMundoReign of Evil, the third novel in the Seal Team 666 series, heads across the pond to battle an evil King Arthur, and a Druid conspiracy. The boys of the Navy’s ultra top secret Seal Team 666 are back, and this time, it’s personal.  Here’s the official synopsis: Legend holds that when Britain is in […]"Like" us @ Tweet Us @GeekMundoNet and Circle Us on Google Plus: GeekMundo
  • Brutally Honest HORNS Movie Review
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:16 am
    More geek news at GeekMundoDaniel Radcliffe swapped wizard’s weeds for snakes and a pitchfork in Horns, but it still couldn’t save this mess of a film. I had high hopes for Horns, especially considering it was written by N0s4A2 and Locke & Key author Joe Hill (he’s  also Stephen King’s son).  I’d been meaning to read the book first, […]"Like" us @ Tweet Us @GeekMundoNet and Circle Us on Google Plus: GeekMundo
  • Review: ‘Horrorstor’ Is Delightfully Scary and Acerbic
    9 Oct 2014 | 5:35 am
    More geek news at GeekMundoYou’ll never see shopping at IKEA or Walmart the same after reading Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix.  Read on for our review… It’s hard to read Grady Hendrix’s horror novel, Horrorstor, and not get the feeling that his book is something of a metaphor for superstores (hypermarkets for our European friends, and a term I think fits much […]"Like" us @ Tweet Us @GeekMundoNet and Circle Us on Google Plus: GeekMundo
  • Robert Downey Jr. in Negotiations for Iron Man 4
    7 Oct 2014 | 12:20 pm
    More geek news at GeekMundoJust  when you’d given up all hope, Robert Downey Jr. confirms that he’s in negotiations for Iron Man 4.  Happy freakin’ Tuesday! Robert Downey Jr. has officially given life to Marvel fanboys and fangirls who were heartbroken when he seemed to put the kibosh on an Iron Man 4 movie.  According to sources, he stopped […]"Like" us @ Tweet Us @GeekMundoNet and Circle Us on Google Plus: GeekMundo
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    Martial Arts Action Movies! Reviews, DVD's, Blu-rays from Martial Arts Movies!

  • The Chronicles of Riddick

    Wade from Martial Arts Action Movies
    19 Oct 2014 | 2:15 pm
    This is another addition to the list which leans more toward ‘general action’ or ‘science fiction’ more so than’martial arts movie’.  But as with the other cases I’ll review it anyway This movie revolves around Vin Diesel’s character ‘Riddick’, following the events of Pitch Black.  Bounty Hunters are on the look out for Riddick and […]
  • Shadowless Sword

    Wade from Martial Arts Action Movies
    14 Oct 2014 | 2:19 pm
    Shadowless Sword is Korean movie featuring some nice sword work and a cool story about a girl who must protect the only remaining prince of a royal family from assassination. It takes place in 926AD when all but the last Prince of the Balhae Kingdom have been assassinated to give power to a new king. […]
  • Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island

    Wade from Martial Arts Action Movies
    8 Oct 2014 | 2:26 pm
    This film is a classic from the 50’s which tells the story of the famous and most revered swordsman in martial arts history: Miyamoto Musashi. This film is the third in the series and tells the audience about his most significant fight, the historic duel between Musashi and Sasaki Kojiro, a powerful swordsman and ronin. […]
  • Michael Jai White vs Scott Adkins (Chambers vs Boyka)

    Wade from Martial Arts Action Movies
    7 Oct 2014 | 2:29 am
    Video time again – this time its the movie that brought Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins to the attention of martial arts fans. The amazing fights between Boyka  and Chambers are among some of my personal favorites with the movie itself being an absolute classic.  This fight is the first between Chambers and Boyka and […]
  • Tekken: Blood Vengeance

    Wade from Martial Arts Action Movies
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:20 pm
    If you’re around my age, you no doubt would have heard of played a bit of Tekken as a teenager! The different fighting styles and cool character design will always stick with me, so naturally when I heard of Tekken: Blood Vengeance, and saw how close it looked to the game I had to watch […]
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    1st day collection

  • Bang Bang 1st Weekend Total Collection | Box Office

    Prashant Adhikari
    5 Oct 2014 | 10:13 am
    1st Weekend Total Collection Of Movie: Movie Bang Bang with an outstanding start at Box Office with a record breaking 50 Crores in just two days on movie release. This movie has manage to earn 20+ crore on 3rd Day that is Saturday. Which means 70+ crore in just three days which is huge. Sunday Collection of the movie has made the movie to cross 100 Crore Mark which is unbelievable. Movie is doing Outstanding business in India and also in Over Seas. It has become one of the big hit by Hrithik Roshan and katrina Kaif also. The movie still got mixed review. Hritik Roshan has now proved his…
  • Hasee Toh Phasee 1st Day Collection | Opening Day Report

    Prashant Adhikari
    4 Oct 2014 | 9:43 am
    Hasee Toh Phasee Opening Day Business/Earning: Parineeti Chopra & Sidharth Malhotra starring movie Hasee Toh Phasee was released on 7th February 2014. Vinil Mathew directorial this movie was produced by Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap. Hasee Toh Phasee 1st Day Collection was around 4.3 Crore. Movie IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 Genre- Comedy Drama Cast – Sidharth Malhotra as Nikhil Bhardwaj Parineeti Chopra as Meeta Adah Sharma as Karishma Sharat Saxena as Nikhil’s father Manoj Joshi as Meeta & Karishma’s father Directed By – Vinil Mathew Produced By – Karan Johar…
  • Bang Bang Collection Crosses 50 Crore Box Office

    Prashant Adhikari
    4 Oct 2014 | 1:01 am
    Hrithik Roshan Starring movie Bang Bang surely does a big bang on Box Office India. Katrina Kapoor and Hritik Roshan starring movie Bang Bang was released on 2nd October which was a holiday. Movie has shown very good collection report on first day and followed by again good collection on Saturday. 2 big days for the movie leads the movie to cross a total of 50 Crores in just two days of movie release. Movie getting a grand opening is expected to have a huge collection in upcoming Sunday. Bang Bang is a official remake of Tom Cruise super hit flick Knight and Day. Bang Bang movie do have lots…
  • First Day Boxoffice Collection of Bang Bang

    1 Oct 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Opening Day collection of Bang Bang Bang Bang opened with bang in all over India. The film has taken a extraordinary start in every circuits of India. The morning show occupancy is almost 70-80 % full in multiplex as some centers opened housefull. The first day expected collection of Bang Bang will be around 20 crore nett. Bang Bang is one of the most anticipated movie of this year. Bang Bang stars with Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif in lead roles. Its a complete action thriller film with high voltage action sequences. Bang Bang is a official remake of Tom Cruise superhit flick Knight…
  • Haider First Day Estimated Boxoffice Collection

    1 Oct 2014 | 11:30 am
    Opening Day Collection of Haider Finally the wait is over for Shahid Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor fans as their upcoming flick Haider released today worldwide. The opening day collection of Haider is expected to be around 13 crore net. The morning day occupancy in multiplex is 50-60 % in mumbai circuit and almost 50 % occupancy in all over India. Today is a national holiday due to Gandhi Jayanti and tomorrow too holiday for Dussehra. Its a boost for the movie to do well in Boxoffice of India. The movie got three open weeks with Bang Bang to perform well in silver screens. Haider is released…
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  • 13 Movies That Scared Us: The Descent

    Don Kaye
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:14 am
    Feature Don Kaye 10/21/2014 at 9:14AM As Halloween nears, we look back at one of the scariest new movies of the millennium, Neil Marshall's all-female cast The Descent. In celebration of Halloween, we are counting down the days with 13 of the scariest, creepiest, or simply unforgettably grim horror movies that ever crawled under our skin and never left. Join us each day as we look back on 13 horror movies that still know how to trick and treat viewers to their nightmares. Enter The Descent… Six women. One massive, labyrinthine network of caves. An unknown number of grotesque, mutated,…
  • Everything You Need to Know About Christopher Nolan's Interstellar

    David Crow
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    News David Crow 10/21/2014 at 8:30AM Just like the title says, here's everything we know about Interstellar in one place. It's probably crazier than we think...It is almost here…the most anticipated movie of the year for anyone who looked at the stars and dreamed (or has simply enjoyed Christopher Nolan's recent filmography). Interstellar is only two weeks away now from its IMAX debut on Nov. 5th, and its nationwide release on the 7th, and we couldn't be more excited.   The science fiction event, which a colleague has told me is the spiritual successor to 2001: A Space Odyssey,…
  • Haunted Real Estate: 10 Cinematic Haunted Houses for sale!

    Don Kaye
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:05 am
    Feature Don Kaye 10/21/2014 at 7:05AM These haunted houses are on the market for a price…sometimes a steep one. Find out which horror movie homes are to die for. October usually sees a small boom in “unusual” real estate offerings, usually due to their use as location in popular films and the annual rise in interest in places that present special challenges to buyers and/or renters. As your real estate broker, it is my pleasure to offer you several properties that have been on and off the market for years, and tend to become available again right around the Halloween season. Each…
  • The Justice League Movie: Everything You Need to Know

    Michael Cecchini
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    News Mike Cecchini 10/21/2014 at 7:00AM The Justice League movie has a release date, a nearly complete cast, and even a sequel announced. Here's everything you need to know. Five years after The Avengers showed us that it was possible to pull off a non-mutant superhero team on the big screen, we'll finally see a Justice League movie. Not only are we getting that, we're getting a sequel. And solo movies for every single member of the team. So far, not even Black Widow and Hawkeye can boast that, and their movie already took in over a billion in ticket sales.  We've rounded up everything…
  • Everything You Need to Know About Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Michael Cecchini
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:01 am
    News Mike Cecchini 10/21/2014 at 1:01AM Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is going to kick off a series of DC Comics superhero movies. Here's all the info we have... Warning: This article contains potential spoilers for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Justice League movie, and more. We always knew that Man of Steel would be the beginning of a new DC Comics cinematic universe. What we didn't know was that its sequel would be the movie that really introduced the rest of the DC Universe. Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice isn't Man of Steel 2, that's for sure, and it's shaping…
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  • Top 10 Arguments in Support of Abortion

    16 Oct 2014 | 4:56 am
    The post Top 10 Arguments in Support of Abortion appeared first on Top 10 Lists | 10 Arguments in Support of Abortion Abortion is one of the hottest topics debated in the world today. By definition, an abortion is the conclusion of a pregnancy through the removal of the fetus from the womb, which directly results in its death. There are many reasons why this can happen, ranging from spontaneous occurrences (miscarriages) […]The post Top 10 Arguments in Support of Abortion appeared first on Top 10 Lists |
  • Top 10 Reasons Euthanasia Should Be Legal Everywhere

    14 Oct 2014 | 11:03 am
    The post Top 10 Reasons Euthanasia Should Be Legal Everywhere appeared first on Top 10 Lists | 10 Reasons Euthanasia Should Be Legal Everywhere   “Dying is not a crime” – Jack Kevorkian Helga Esteb /   Euthanasia, from the Greek word meaning “good death”, is the practice of assisted suicide with the intention of relieving pain and suffering. Euthanasia is also known as mercy killing or physician assisted suicide. […]The post Top 10 Reasons Euthanasia Should Be Legal Everywhere appeared first on Top 10 Lists |…
  • Top 10 Reasons School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory

    30 Sep 2014 | 6:12 am
    The post Top 10 Reasons School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory appeared first on Top 10 Lists | are the Top 10 Reasons School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory at every school, everywhere. Introduction “Schools should be schools and not fashion shows” that’s what my Mother used to tell me when I was attending my school. At that time I had little or no knowledge of what she is actually trying to say. […]The post Top 10 Reasons School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory appeared first on Top 10 Lists |
  • Top 10 Reasons Why the Fat Acceptance Movement Should Be Ashamed of Itself

    23 Sep 2014 | 7:55 am
    The post Top 10 Reasons Why the Fat Acceptance Movement Should Be Ashamed of Itself appeared first on Top 10 Lists | fat acceptance movement also known as “health at every size” subscribe to the following pledge: Health at Every Size is based on the simple premise that the best way to improve health is to honor your body. It supports people in adopting health habits for the sake of health and well-being (rather than weight […]The post Top 10 Reasons Why the Fat Acceptance Movement Should Be Ashamed of Itself appeared first on Top 10 Lists |
  • 10 Crazy Stories About the World’s Most Coveted Cocktails

    12 Sep 2014 | 9:02 am
    The post 10 Crazy Stories About the World’s Most Coveted Cocktails appeared first on Top 10 Lists | Crazy Stories behind Your Favorite Alcoholic Drinks Who doesn’t love booze? It gets your inhibitions down and helps you relax from the day’s troubles. It also comes with insane memories (or lack of any memory at all) and fun filled moments with friends. Not many people know that some alcoholic beverages also come with […]The post 10 Crazy Stories About the World’s Most Coveted Cocktails appeared first on Top 10 Lists |
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  • 31 Days of Hell: Antichrist

    Christopher George
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:40 pm
    As a break from the standard horror fare, we've included Lars Von Trier's Antichrist in our series, 31 Days of Hell. "We've got plenty of wood."The first entry in what would become known as writer-director Lars Von Trier’s Depression TrilogyAntichrist is a nuclear bomb of shocking taboo imagery and transcendent transgression with uncharted depths of pain and despair.  One of the few films to legitimately shake the film world to its very foundations, eliciting incredible amounts of anger and upset over explicit sex and extreme violence, Antichrist is the work of an artist at the…
  • New To Blu: See No Evil 2

    Christopher George
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:40 am
    This Tuesday sees the release of the Soska Sisters' latest horror incarnation, See No Evil 2."I swear. It's not what it looks like."Jen and Sylvia Soska have been making a name for themselves as two of the best young directors in horror with films like Dead Hooker in a Trunk and American Mary. The sisters are back this week with the sequel to the rather underwhelming See No Evil. Back in 2006, WWE Films was just getting started and their first full production saw WWE star Glenn “Kane” Jacobs take on the role of a poor man’s Jason Voorhees in what turned out to be a dull, generic…
  • 31 Days of Hell: Halloween Prize Pack Giveaway

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:27 pm
    We really love Halloween, so we're giving away this killer prize pack of freaky goodies.31 Days of Hell Prize Pack includes: 1 Gumball Machine courtesy of Gumball-Machine.com1 pack of spooky eyes gumballs1 copy of Paranormal Diaries: Clophill DVD (promo)1 copy of The Devil Incarnate DVD (promo)1 copy of Werewolf Rising DVD (promo)Use the Rafflecopter entry form to enter below.U.S. entries onlyWe reserve the right to disqualify entriesa Rafflecopter giveaway
  • 31 Days of Hell: Cat People

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:25 pm
    The 31 Days of Hell now brings you a review the 1942 feature, Cat People."I'm not fully naked under this water."Jacques Tourneur’s 1942 classic horror film Cat People is astonishingly ahead of its time that still manages to unnerve in unexpected ways and provides further proof that sometimes the best scares are created by what you hear as opposed to see.  Stylized as horror noir in glorious 40s black-and-white film, Cat Peoplefollows Irena (Simone Simon), a Serbian fashion designer who marries a marine engineer named Oliver (Kent Smith) who finds herself unable to love him back out of…
  • Review: Young Ones

    Christopher George
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Michael Shannon could really use a drink in this week's Young Ones."In the future,I guess there's no water butplenty of gas. Wanna race?"Apparently, there is a strong lack of creativity when it comes to movies about the future.This week's release, Young Ones, is no different. Once again, audiences are dragged through a hellish environment where water is hard to come by and morals are always trumped by man's greed for land, money, and resources. Played like a lackluster version of Mad Max meets a Sergio Leone film, Young Ones is short on character, high in melodrama, and an altogether…
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  • Let's Go To Rose Motel 3: Wandering (2014) 720p HDRip 600MB

    21 Oct 2014 | 12:06 am
    aka 가자! 장미여관으로 3 - 방황 (ga-ja jang-mi-yeok-wan-eu-lo 3 - bang-hwang) Info: [K-Movie] Release Date: 8 August 2014 (South Korea) Genre: Melodrama | Romance Language: Korean Director: Kim Bong-eun Cast:... Visit us and download all movies for free, get your favorit movies and enjoy at full speed download link
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    20 Oct 2014 | 11:50 pm
    aka 가자! 장미여관으로 2 - 갈증 (ga-ja jang-mi-yeok-wan-eu-lo 2) Info: [K-Movie] Release Date: 10 April 2014 (South Korea) Genre: Erotic | Melodrama | Romance Language: Korean Director: Kim Bong-eun Cast:... Visit us and download all movies for free, get your favorit movies and enjoy at full speed download link
  • What‘s Going on with My Sister (2014) BluRay 1080p 5.1CH x264 1.7GB

    20 Oct 2014 | 11:42 am
    aka Info: [J-Movie] Release Date: 17 May 2014 (Japan) Genre: Comedy | Fantasy | Romance Language: Japanese Director: - Cast: Tenka Hashimoto,Yukichi Kobayash,Mayu – Hiyori And Mika Yano Resolution:... Visit us and download all movies for free, get your favorit movies and enjoy at full speed download link
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    20 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
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    20 Oct 2014 | 9:58 am
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  • Film Review: Gone Girl

    Jordan Dean
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:43 am
    Director: David Fincher Cast: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Carrie Coon, Tyler Perry, Patrick Fugit, Emily Ratajkowski, Kim Dickens Plot: After returning home on Valentine’s Day, Nick (Affleck) finds his wife Amy (Pike) missing; there is evidence of a struggle. Following a police investigation and flashbacks through Amy’s diary, Nick becomes the main suspect in his wife’s disappearance. Review: David Fincher’s Gone Girl is the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s 2012 thrilling best-selling novel of the same name. Gone Girl could have easily found its way…
  • Political Irresponsibility is Killing the Aral Sea

    Navz Sangwan
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    The Aral Sea was once the world’s fourth-largest inland sea. It exists now as an expanding toxic desert that straddles the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Often referred to as ‘the quiet Chernobyl,’ the Aral Sea is understood now as one of the worst man-made environmental disasters in history. The sea first began to shrink in the 1960s, when the Soviet Union decided to divert the two rivers, the Amu Darya and Syr Darya, which brought glacial melt and snowpack from the Hindu Kush and Pamir Mountains of the southeast. The reasoning behind the Soviet decision was to reinvigorate…
  • Welcome to Djerbahood, Djerba, Tunisia: Home to One of the Most Ambitious Collaborative Art Projects

    Bizarre Culture
    4 Oct 2014 | 11:04 pm
    Erriadh, a small village on the island of Djerba, Tunisia, was transformed into a vibrant ‘open-air museum’ as a destination for one of the most vibrant and ambitious street art project ever hosted. The Djerbahood project invited 150 street artists from 30 countries to live and work in the community, using the walls of the houses in the village as canvas. Curated by Tunisian artist and gallery owner Mehdi Ben Cheikh after the success of his “Tour Paris 13” project, Djerbahood reinvigorates and recharacterizes an old historic village. The project serves to promote…
  • Live review: Blonde Redhead @ Islington Assembly Hall, London

    Alex Durham
    4 Oct 2014 | 3:51 am
    A two decade dance Anyone who waited patiently for the release of Blonde Redhead’s September album Barragán, with a mixture of heady expectancy and churning anxiety, may understand my comparison of the initial experience to a detached, sombre waltz with flaccid art pop. After experiencing the band’s performance huddled together with several hundred at a sold out show in Islington’s Assembly Hall, Kazu Makino, Amadeo and Simone Pace have managed to convince me – and those who shared the experience – that it was a dance worth committing to. Though Blonde Redhead span 21…
  • Syro adds another impressive chapter to the work of Aphex Twin: an album review of Syro

    Stephen Felgate
    28 Sep 2014 | 10:02 am
    Falling into the category of musicians-who-once-released-albums-on-a-semi-regular-basis-only-to-stop-abruptly-coming-back-decades-later, is now Aphex Twin. After about 13 years of what seems to be a stint in solitary confinement, Syro was released, much to our excitement and appreciation! Aphex Twin, real name Richard D. James, is the latest to emerge from what was such an uncharacteristic break from the world of electronic music. Having released 5 albums in the decade prior, Syro is his first release since 2001’s Drukqs. After such a long break from recording and releasing music it’s…
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  • The Wind Rises (2013) - A visual treat with a tender heart

    28 Sep 2014 | 5:33 am
    The animation world will always be indebted to Hayao Miyazaki. He’s the Kurosawa of animation films. Miyazaki’s last creation is a tale about love for life and an aircraft designer’s obsession with the airplanes. The film is loosely based on the life of Japanese aeronautical engineer, Jiro Horikoshi, who played a crucial role in shaping Japan’s aeronautical industry. The characters in the film are truly in love with their craft just like Miyazaki himself.I always feel sad while watching even some of the more popular animation films from the west as it gives me an impression that…
  • 11 great foreign films I bet you haven't seen yet

    20 Sep 2014 | 12:57 pm
    Films across the globe tell us a lot about life in different parts of the world. They offer us an insight into the life and thought of people, who are in some ways similar to us and in other ways different. While most of you must have seen Life is Beautiful, Amelie, Oldboy and other more popular foreign films there are still hundreds of films we haven't seen that deserve our attention. We present to you 11 such beautiful films that you may haven't seen yet, but really should.Postmen in the Mountains (1999) Shot in the picturesque locations of Hunan province this Chinese film meditates…
  • 5 awesome movies about pre-teen love

    25 Nov 2013 | 9:52 pm
    If you're an adult now you may often remember your awesome days as an early teenager and how you perceived the world and enjoyed life at that stage. For many of us love dawns to our lives much earlier than the others. Many of you might even remember your first crush, that girl or boy you just looked at and said wow! But let's be frank love hurts, but then it also elevates. We have tried to compile a list of some out-of-the-box, honest pre-teen films that focus on the romance and love at this tender age.Moonrise Kingdom (2012) I have great regards for Wes Anderson as he truly is a genius…
  • Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Bir zamanlar Anadolu'da) (2011)

    20 Jan 2013 | 6:44 am
    Once Upon a Time in Anatolia by Nuri Bilge Ceylan starts with three men getting drunk together with their voices muted and the viewer guessing the nature of their conversation, only to be followed by a scene with three cars lighting up the desolate steppes of Anatolia, criss-crossing through the roads. This time you see a couple of cops with another hand-cuffed character, the one who was in initial shot but you’re unable to recognize him given the dark. There’s a prosecutor, who is in charge of the investigation, a cop, a doctor, gendarmerie forces, grave diggers, a driver and…
  • The Kid with a Bike (Le gamin au vélo) (2011)

    19 Jan 2013 | 11:22 am
    I don’t think Dardenne brothers have ever committed the sin of trying to impress the audience, to mystify them, or for that matter to wow them. They make films with simple narratives but focus more into deciphering the characters in their movies and the emotions they’re going through. The Kid with a Bike (Le gamin au vélo) is another such attempt by the duo that has made movies in the past on adolescent themes, such as Le fils and L’enfant. The Kid with a Bike portrays the anguish of a 12 years old, Cyril, who is unable to come to term with the fact that his father has abandoned him.
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  • This Weeks Image Releases

    20 Oct 2014 | 7:47 pm
    Another solid week from Image…who’s buying what, let us know in the comments below! Dead@17: The Blasphemy Throne #3 A long-awaited reunion with an old friend becomes bittersweet when Nara discovers the true depths of Pitch’s evil. The Dream Merchant #5 (of 6) Everything that rises must converge. Winslow embraces his dream and is ready to defend the world from what is already here. The tale draws to a close and the scope of Winslow’s dream is larger than anyone could have imagined. Drumhellar #10 Drum strikes a deal that might keep him alive, but at what cost? The…
  • This Week’s Titan Comic’s Releases

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Duff here… Three solid titles from Titan this week. I’m reading them all and digging them all for different reasons. Pick ‘em up this Wednesday folks. The Third Testament | Book 1: The Lion Awakes Artist: Alex Alice Writers: Alex Alice & Xavier Dorison 48 pages The 14th Century. Shortly after the discovery of an ancient relic in a secret, long-forgotten crypt, a remote monastery is burnt to the ground, and all its inhabitants slaughtered. Disgraced Inquisitor Conrad of Marburg is summoned from his exile and sent on a world-spanning quest to discover the truth behind the…
  • This Week’s IDW Releases

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Very busy week for IDW. Release of the epic Ghostbusters/TNMT crossover, the limited Edward Scissor’s series, and a new Dungeons and Dragons series; along with X-Files, Transformers, Rot & Ruin, 7th Sword, Borderlands, and a whole lot more. Of course there’s a new My Little Pony out for you Bronies. 7th Sword #5 John Raffo (w) • Nur Iman (a) • Andrew Robinson (c) After far too little time together, Cray and his Students part ways—the latter setting off to storm the warlord Kavanaugh’s sandship, the former having booked passage back to Earth. But along the way, the…
  • Interview: 13 Coin’s Martin Brennan

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:47 am
    13 Coins, coming out this Wednesday , is a book that explodes with violence and color. I’ve been following this book online for a while. It was first made available through Corinthian digitally, luckily for us all Titan Comics has picked the series. It’s from the twisted minds of Eisner award-winning artist, Simon Bisley, and the screenwriters of Hitman: Absolution (Martin Brennan & Michael B Jackson). ‘Coins tells the story of John Pozner, an ex-con tormented by his past, searches for vengeance , when he discovers that he is descended from angels, and is the living key…
  • SJP’s Comic Book Giveaway!!!!

    Bub Smith
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    If you think zombie fetuses, Voodoo curses and government agents killing new borns is a hoot, than do we have a comic book for you: Arsenic Lullaby: The Devil’s Decade! Over the top,  offensive and completely hilarious The Devil’s Decade collects select stories from Arsenic Lullaby #1-17, Arsenic Lullaby Christmas Special #1, Arsenic Lullaby Halloween Special (never published individually but rather as an extra in The Devil’s Hat Trick collection),Arsenic Lullabies #1-2, Laughter of the Damned #1-3 and The Thousand Deaths of Baron Von Donut #1. A must own for the sick a…
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  • Robin Williams Movies List

    20 Oct 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Robin Williams was the king of Hollywood movies three decades ago. He was born on July 21, 1951 and died recently on August 11, 2014. He was a famous American actor and comedian. Initially Robin Williams began his career with comedy shows and his first performance took place at Holy City Zoo, a comedy club in San Francisco. He made his debut film “Popeye” in the year 1980 and he never looked back again. Robin Williams is king of film industry in mid 1970’s. He was awarded with many prestigious awards like Best Actor, Best supporting Actor and many. Robin Williams had an addiction to…
  • Meryl Streep Movies List

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:06 am
    Meryl Streep is an American Actress of all time. She was born on June 22, 1949 and started her movies in the year 1971and was still active now. Meryl Streep is the only living actress who has nominated for Academy Award for her work in the film The Deer Hunter in the year 1978. Initially Meryl Streep began auditioning for film roles and later for the leading role in the film King Kong in New York. She made her debut in The Play Boy of Seville in the year 1971. Almost all Meryl Streep Movies are with great success and with huge following. There are many successful movies in Meryl Streep career…
  • Recruitment Process in RRB

    Tejaswani Iyer
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:44 am
    Recently, the RRB has been processing recruitment of the candidates who are getting good marks in the examination managed by the board. The authority of the board has taken several steps to make the process complete without any hazard. Basically, the ambition of the board is to provide hassle free services in the examination process. Railway job in India Basically, RRB examination provides different job vacancies in India. In that case, only India candidates are eligible to give the examination. To get the targeted post, the candidate needs to clear the written as well as interviews. A…
  • Bollywood Buzz on Varun Dhawan

    Tejaswani Iyer
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:36 am
    Varun Dhawan is an Indian Bollywood actor born on 24 April 1987 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He was born in the family of actors of the Bollywood film industry. His father David Dhawan is a famous director. He studied management in England. He is the younger brother of director Rohit Dhawan, who made the Desi Boyz in 2011. He is also the nephew of actor Anil Dhawan and Cousin of Siddharth Dhawan. He started his career as an assistant director with Karan Johar in 2010 for the movie “My Name is Khan”. Two years later he made his acting in student of the year in 2012 which is his box office…
  • Kannada Director Yograj Bhat to direct Salman’s Movie

    Tejaswani Iyer
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:24 am
    For the Sandalwood industry, the direction of Yogiraj in addition to his lyrics is an icing on the cake. Yograj Bhat being one of the best dialog writers and directors in the Kannada Film industry is trying to expand his fan followers across the country and audience of other language movies as well. Apparently there are some rumors that the famous Kannada director Yogaraj Bhat is ready to step in to Bollywood. The news is that he is spending his most precious time in the city like Mumbai which is known as the birthplace and center of the Bollywood industry. He is here so that he can stay in…
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  • Movies to watch with your date

    Tinni Debnath
    12 Oct 2014 | 6:19 am
    The post Movies to watch with your date appeared first on WiseFreaks. So you have a totally hot date coming over and you have decided make it a movie date. You stand before the DVD section and wonder, what should the pair of you watch so you don’t come across as a parent, overly attached partner, immature git. Do not fear. This article will help to make you come across as the charming, romantic person you are. Given below is the list of movies to watch with your date that will make your movie date as smooth as possible. So pick one, grab your sweeties, and get ready for a blast ! 1. The…
  • Stillness

    Roly Sahai
    9 Oct 2014 | 8:50 am
    The post Stillness appeared first on WiseFreaks. Christine was sitting by the pond at Plumstead in London. She was seeing something…not the pond, not the sky, not the flying birds. She was seeing the blankness. Christine’s father passed away when she was 12. Her mother raised her and gave the best of education she could with the meager salary. Christine was a diligent student and grew up to be a good professional. After she started working, she asked her mother to leave her job and take rest. Her mother was proud to have a daughter like her. Things were moving on. One day, Christine’s…
  • Inspiring Disney Movies

    Tinni Debnath
    8 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    The post Inspiring Disney Movies appeared first on WiseFreaks. Wild, lonely woods. Snow covered mountains. White, spacious castles. And then comes the princess, her dress made of silk, her hair as shiny as the stars…only Disney can make it possible. The master of animation movies creates magic not only for the little bundles of joy, but for everyone in the world. From Snow White to Frozen, each creation of Disney’s is a masterpiece, a mind blowing world of magic, of fairy tale, of love, life, and victories. They not only entertain us, but also show us things that we often don’t pay…
  • Racism, a blot on the civilisation

    6 Oct 2014 | 6:47 am
    The post Racism, a blot on the civilisation appeared first on WiseFreaks. “They say nature has its rules. The ones coming and leaving, Have not much in their will.” Some of us are born in the greatest of the places with the greatest riches surrounding us, while others are bound to face the harsh and scorching realities of life. Geography tells us about various raced that have evolved around Earth. But history tells us about the racism that has crept behind this evolution and has established itself as its diseased counterpart. The origin of this deathly concept began when Americans…
  • Top 15 hollywood movies 2014

    4 Oct 2014 | 12:21 pm
    The post Top 15 hollywood movies 2014 appeared first on WiseFreaks. Every year plethora of movies release for viewers to watch, but sometimes it leads us confused which movie to watch out if we haven’t been able to watch them when they released. During the year end with holidays around because of festivals all around the world many tend to get the DVDs of movie which was left out due to their busy schedule. Following are the Top 15 movies of 2014 you would like to watch. Take a look and pick the one’s that suits your taste. They are not in particular order just picked on the basis…
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