Sep/2014

Film Review: ‘ Cub’!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 19th, 2014

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Straight out of Belgium comes a little horror movie called ‘Welp‘, otherwise known as ‘Cub‘ here in North America. ‘Cub‘ is a true return to the horror-slasher genre. I’ve never seen a slasher movie so brutal before. Usually, we see some form of jerk-off teenagers who plan a weekend vacation to get stoned, have sex, and drink like fishes. Then some supernatural force usually comes back to life or out from hiding to off each victim one by one in some gruesome fashion.

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CBS Taking ‘Supergirl’ On for Series Commitment!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Sep 19th, 2014

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CBS has fashioned a red cape for itself and jumping into the superhero world. Writers Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler have just hit a stroke of good luck by selling their version of ‘Supergirl‘ to the network. Working under the Berlanti Productions banner with Warner Bros. Television will be exec produced by Berlanti, Adler and Sarah Schechter. We’ve reported a few weeks ago that this was a proposed option, but it is now guaran-damn-teed. Color me happy.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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When Tim Burton makes a new movie, it gets attention. Be it good, bad or ugly, people talk about it. The newest film to add to the cannon of Burton films is ‘Big Eyes‘. His latest live action film since 2012’s ‘Dark Shadows‘.  A drama centered on the awakening of the painter Margaret Keane, her extravagant success in the 1950’s and the following legal problems she had with her husband. Why did she have legal problems with her husband, you ask? He claimed credit for her paintings in the 1960’s. Talk about a maladjusted marriage! Makes Ike and Tina Turner look like a model of marriage perfection.

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Film Review: ‘ABC’s of Death 2’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 19th, 2014

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I’m a complete sucker for horror anthologies. Everything from John Carpenter’sBody Bags‘ to ‘Creepshow‘ to the recent ones of ‘Trick R’ Treat‘ and the ‘V/H/S‘ franchise, I just love watching these talented filmmakers and writers try and scare the hell out of me with their short films, which 9 times out of ten, they succeed. But when I first watched ‘The ABC’s of Death‘ last year, it was a completely different set up.

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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby‘ is a very special movie. It is shot in three different perspectives: His, Hers, and Them. The one I saw was THEM. It’s a very interesting concept and I wasn’t sure I would embrace it. I was worried that this movie was going to be pretentious, and too “artsy.” I have spent the better part of twelve hours trying to put into proper words how this movie made me feel. It tore my heart out and ripped it apart and put it back together, over and over. I sat and cried through this movie, over 75% the time. I couldn’t get over how brutally stunning it is.

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Short Snap Film Review: ‘Skeleton Twins’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 19th, 2014

Hillary T., Here…

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Tonight’s screening was the Skeleton Twins, starring Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader as a dysfunctional brother-sister duo (who are also twins) and estranged. You would think such a film would be riddled with problems and cliches, and yet this movie has nothing but brilliance and so much unspoken pain and joy that you have to watch.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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CSI: Cyber‘ is bringing in another cast member with a fan-base of their own that will bring viewers on board just for the nostalgic effect, alone. If you grew up on ‘90210‘ like I did then you’ll be just as excited as I am that Luke Perry has been cast in what is hopefully a recurring role.

Plans are for the former Dylan McKay are that he will play FBI agent Nick Dalton, a character that is eyeing the role of head of the cyber crime division out of D.C. The job went, instead, to the main character, Avery Ryan played by Patricia Arquette.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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In the land of Hollywood, we’re looking yet another reboot. It seems like the time frame between original showing and remake keeps getting smaller and smaller. Up on the chopping block this time is ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’. Sony has reached out to ‘Oculus‘ director Mike Flanagan for the reboot.

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Legendary announced their plans to make a feature film based on the cinematic origins of King Kong during this year’s San Diego Comic Con. There have been King Kong stories that go so far back Faye Wray wouldn’t even be able to remember them all. It’s a story we’re all familiar with, but that doesn’t mean we will know what to expect from this film, especially when it’s based on the origins of the legendary, giant ape. Origin stories are really big right now and this one explores a topic we really haven’t been over inundated with. This has me looking forward to the film knowing nothing more than this info, right now.

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Hi everyone, Bryan Here…

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We had the opportunity to sit down with actor Dan Stevens (‘Downton Abbey‘), and filmmakers Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett (‘You’re Next‘) and discuss their latest horror film ‘The Guest‘. We go over what sparked the idea for this amazing film, some of the casting, and even a remake of ‘Ernest Goes to Jail‘. It’a a lot of fun. Enjoy. And be sure to see their movie.

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