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Celebrate The Life of Powers Boothe!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on May 15th, 2017

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Powers Boothe

June 1, 1948 – Mar 14, 2017

When great entertainers pass away, it’s difficult to come up with the right way to mourn a life that still lives on for us in so many ways. The one way we can not just respect the life, but continue to enjoy the life they lived is with re-watching their movies that cement their presence in our lives.

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We are closing in on Texas Frightmare Weekend for 2017 with just a little under two weeks to go. May 5 will be upon us before we know it and all the glorious events will be open and ready for us, the avid fan, rabid amateur filmmaker, the nuclear family. Whatever form you’re in, you’re going to enjoy the Southwest’s premier horror convention and film festival. If you’ve got an interest in genre film, you’re not going to want to be anywhere else but the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport May 5-7, 2017, for the 12th annual event.

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XX‘, A horror anthology from an all-female lineup of filmmakers opens in theaters and on VOD February 17, 2017 coming from Magnet Releasing & XYZ Films. The 2017 Sundance Film Festival will host the film’s world premiere.

 

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A Journey Into Wizard World: Austin 2016!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 27th, 2016

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I was fortunate enough to make it into ‘Wizard World Austin‘ 2016 where I got to talk to a variety of excellent writers and artists in the comic book world. Wizard World is franchise of comic book conventions around the country, bringing everyone’s favorite comic book creators to one stage so that fan’s can meet, greet, and purchase all sorts of fun items. In addition to the comic creators, a vast amount of television and film personalities were in attendance, including Bruce Campbell, Lee Majors, William Shatner, WWE’s Becky Lynch, and Spike himself James Marsters.

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Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are teaming up again for another project at Sony Pictures. Etan Cohen is directing the pair in ‘Holmes & Watson‘, a comedy that is inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes tale. Ferrell will be Holmes and Reilly will appear as Watson.

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The new villain on Season 4 of ‘Sherlock’ Will Be….

by Gumbercules9000 on May 16th, 2016

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Finally, season 4 of BBC’sSherlock‘ is gaining steam and we will have three new 90-minute episodes sooner than later. BBC announced today that actor Toby Jones will join Season 4 as the villain. Jones has been in a ton of films, including ‘The Mist‘, ‘Wayward Pines‘, voiced Dobby the Elf in the ‘Harry Potter‘ films, ‘Hunger Games‘, and ‘Captain America‘.

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Netflix is prepping a biopic on National Lampoon co-founder Douglas Kenney titled ‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture‘. As with any flick there are other characters besides Kenney to be filled, the one that comes to mind is Chevy Chase.

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Film Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!”

by Gumbercules9000 on Feb 3rd, 2016

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It’s always a good time when the Coen Bros. have a new movie in theaters. Film after film, the Coen Bros. have not only told bizarre, funny, violent, musical stories, but have conjured up some of the best characters in movie history. Their uncanny talent for telling stories on film is unrivaled with each movie they make. Their latest endeavor tackles the early years of Hollywood, specifically the year 1951, in a film called ‘Hail, Caesar!‘ that has an A-List cast of Coen regulars and newcomers. Even though the posters and trailers show this A-List cast throughout, the film follows one man, and that is Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), based on the real life Mannix who was a big time producer and  “fixer” at MGM.

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Netflix is, at this point, well established in the original series game so it comes as no surprise that their further efforts are drawing some serious star power. Case in point – ‘Frontier‘ from director Brad Peyton, you might recognize that name on the director’s title for ‘San Andreas‘ with co-starred one hell of a powerhouse in Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. So we know Peyton can work with the big names, but who is his star going to be for the streamers new series, ‘Frontier‘ but Khal Drogog himself, Jason Momoa.

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Time to experience Sam Raimi’s ‘Army of Darkness‘ like never before with an all new collector’s edition. This special edition comes with everything, interviews with the stars, alternate endings, audio commentaries, exclusive production sketches and so much more!

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Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX is gearing up for it’s 11th annual Fantastic Fest and as usual, they’ve released their first wave of the programming lineup for the event that has been hailed as one of the film festivals not to miss. The Drafthouse hosts not only viewings of genre-specific films but hosting writers, directors and casts of both the well-known and little-known varieties. FF takes place this year from September 24 – October 1 with a world premiere of ‘Bone Tomahawk‘ set for closing night with Kurt Russell, cast and crew to attend.

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Film Review: ‘Interstellar’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 4th, 2014

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It’s obvious with ‘Interstellar‘ that Stanley Kubrick’s2001: A Space Odyssey‘ is Christopher Nolan’s favorite film, which is no secret if you’ve seen interviews with the ‘Dark Knight‘ director. Armed with a core plot that all life on Earth will one day soon need to find a new planet to live on to survive, ‘Interstellar‘ dares to define a new meaning to the term science-fiction. This visually stunning movie is a gift to watch on the big screen, particularly in IMAX, and tries so hard to deliver on both the science fiction aspects of space as well as our complex human emotions. With a film that has so much going for it in it’s near three-hour run time, and so many big set pieces and theories, there are things that are bound to stick the landing, and other things that are destined to fall flat.

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Stage Review: ‘Once’!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Apr 15th, 2014

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I was fortunate enough to see the Broadway tour of ‘Once’. This show was a little different than other Broadway shows I’ve seen in several ways. I love live music. Always have, always will. ‘Once’ gave the viewer an amazing performance by featuring actors who were also musicians. They not only sang the hauntingly beautiful songs this show is known for, but they played instruments at the same time. There was no gaggle of musicians in the orchestra pit, the actors were the orchestra, some playing as many as 4-5 instruments overall.

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Liz’s DIFF 2014 Film Review ‘Little Accidents’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 8th, 2014

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Writer/Director Sara Colangelo’s film Little Accidents delivers an emotionally searing story delivered by a talented cast whose performances will leave you in your seat after the film ends. DIFF enabled viewers to watch the film about a tragic coal-mining accident and the effects its aftermath has on members of a small community. Colangelo does not shy away from the themes of class conflict, tense family dynamics or the need to protect the ones you love, regardless of the cost.

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DIFF 2014 Film Review: ‘Little Accidents’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 5th, 2014

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Little Accidents‘ seems anything but little, with the exception of the tiny town this all takes place in. Director Sara Colangelo takes control of a stellar cast in this unsmiling drama about two major events in a small coal mining town. Colangelo does a great job in not jumping on cliches, and letting her characters be true to themselves, but often throughout the film, there are several circumstances and characters that don’t get to earn their keep. Colangelo did say she had a three hour film with this, but was cut down to under two hours. I think the three hour cut would have been perfect, but I expect good word of mouth of avid film fans to recommend this one, despite some of its clunky execution.

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