Jul/2015

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To Live and Die in L.A.’ from 1985 has a certain cult following that no doubt popped a pup tent when they heard the news that writer and director William Friedkin has worked a deal to bring the film to the small screen. In what became a competitive situation, WGN America landed the drama adaptation with the Oscar winning director.

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Film Review: ‘Felt’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 25th, 2015

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Rape. Rape is a terrible word, a terrible concept, a terrible experience. Just talking about it can make people of all walks of life extremely uncomfortable. It is shown in films to paint antagonists in the most horrible of lights. So, it comes as no surprise that an entire film devoted to the emotional and mental effects of the victim is, to put it lightly, difficult to watch. As it turns out, it is equally as difficult to film. What should be a poignant and gripping tale of life after, turns into a horrible (emphasis on the horror) and jumbled mess of a film trapped in itself.

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Film Review: ‘Ted 2’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 25th, 2015

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Who would have thought that Seth MacFarlane’s (creator of ‘Family Guy‘) first feature film about a pot-smoking foul-mouthed teddy bear would have made over $550 million at the box office back in 2012? I certainly didn’t expect it, but it’s the sole reason why we have the sequel to ‘Ted‘, simply titled ‘Ted 2‘. I’ll be honest with you. Macfarlane did a fantastic job with the first film, making an ‘R’ rated comedy with heart and enough laughs that are still memorable today. He even threw in some great cameos and nods to pop culture references, much like ‘Family Guy‘ does.

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After the more than $1.5 billion the film made worldwide at the box office, the film behind it all, ‘Furious 7‘ is coming to Blu-ray and DVD and On Demand, September 15, 2015.

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In series news from CBS, ‘Sneaky Pete‘ hasn’t quite got what the network wants in a regular program and has turned down the drama pilot that comes from two notable men in Hollywood, co-writers and executive producers Bryan Cranston and David Shore.

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NBC Drops The Axe on TV’s ‘Hannibal’!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jun 23rd, 2015

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It looks like NBC is only going to let us get so close to the fictional serial killer, Hannibal Lecter as they’ve canceled Bryan Fuller’s ‘Silence of the Lambs’ prequel, ‘Hannibal‘ after only three seasons. The current season will run its full 13-episode course in the same time slot concluding on August 27. The reason why isn’t merely based on flagging viewer numbers, though, as most shows given the guillotine are guilty of, it’s a rights issue.

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Remember the arcade game from the mid-80’s called ‘Rampage‘? You know, the one that let 3 people play at once, each being a different giant monster that terrorized a city with the clever thought of “Smash. Bash. Trash?” Well, it’s being re-tooled for the big screen by New Line and producer Beau Flynn, part of the team who made the recent hit, ‘San Andreas‘.

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After much speculation and a worldwide casting search, Marvel and Sony Pictures can announce they have finally found not only their director, but their Peter Parker/Spider-Man for the upcoming Spider-Man film set to release on July 28, 2017.

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July 31st can’t get here fast enough. Why? Well, the new prequel series ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp‘ starts that day with all episodes made available exclusively on Netflix. I can’t wait to head back to Camp Firewood. It’s been a long time and here is the first trailer, which is more of an advertisement for the camp itself, complete with a ‘Fight Club’ style “cigarette burn” flash of something steamy.

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Rose McGowan is probably best known from her work on ‘Charms‘ and actress is the occupation we’re used to seeing her fill but she’s decided she’s ready to direct and is sharing her freshman effort behind the camera with her YouTube fans.

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Your superhero series collection is about to grow by two seasons when the complete third season of ‘Arrow‘ and the complete first season of ‘The Flash‘become available on September 22, 2015! Warner Bros. has expertly timed the release of these two seasons to coincide with the debut of brand-spanking new episodes from ‘Arrow’s fourth season and ‘The Flash’s second season when they return from summer hiatus on The CW.

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Film Review: ‘Dope’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 18th, 2015

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Malcolm Adekanbi is a 4.0-earning black teen with dreams of Harvard and a fashion sense taken from Yo! MTV Raps.   Obsessed with 90’s hip hop culture, Malcolm and his sidekicks Diggy and Jib couldn’t be more out of place in their home, The Bottoms, a notoriously crime-ridden neighborhood of Inglewood, California. 

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More Blumhouse Productions news today, this time it’s coming in the form of a game show. GSN has given the go sign for a horror-themed game show called Hellevator and have ordered eight episodes. The show will be produced through a combined effort by Matador and Blumhouse Prods in association with Lionsgate TV. Executive producers are Jason Blum, Jay Peterson and Todd Lubin.

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Blumhouse Productions have acquired, on spec, the latest project from Sean Finegan and Gregg Maxwell Parker. The same duo that scripted ‘Getaway‘, the 2013 thriller that starred Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez and Jon Voight and featured a Shelby Super Snake Mustang, driven by Hawke at breakneck speeds and wrecked so many cars that a junkyard was set up on scene just to repair vehicles. ‘Free Fall‘ won’t have the vehicular overhead ‘Getaway‘ required, the scares and thrills will be achieved by different means.

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We had the great pleasure to sit and talk with actors Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke, and Ronald Cyler II on their roles in ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl‘. We discuss some of the fun moments they had filming, what it was like when they first read the screenplay, Ronald’s dance career, and of course some of their favorite scene in movies. They were a ton of fun to talk with and you should definitely go see the film. It might be one of your favorites.

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Could There Be A Hit Girl Prequel?!?!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jun 18th, 2015

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There could be more ‘Kick-Ass‘ awesome heading our way according to film writer/director Matthew Vaughn. Of course I’m talking about the comic creation by Mark Millar that consists of average teenager turned vigilante superhero-wannabe Dave Lizewski who later becomes Kick-Ass and teams up with the father/daughter duo of Hit-Girl and Big Daddy.

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I had the distinct pleasure to sit down and talk with director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon of ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl‘ in Dallas, TX. First off, this movie is fantastic and you should see it immediately a thousand times. Secondly, Alfonso is a movie buff of the highest order and is so passionate about film, that it totally shows in this fun interview. Did you know Alfonso was a production assistant on Martin Scorsese’sCasino‘? He was and we talk about it. We also discuss ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl‘, as well as some of his favorite scenes in film, which he wanted to talk an hour more on. He texted me another favorite scene later on in the day that didn’t make the cut here, but it was “the first shot from Bertolucci’s ‘Last Tango in Paris‘. It’s a boom down into Brando’s close up. In that one shot, you get to feel the entire inner life of his character. Such a solid scene and an A-list director here. Enjoy and see the movie.

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Film Review: ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 18th, 2015

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There are very few times in life where a movie affects you in such a way that you end up recalling the entire film from time to time in life. One of those films for me is ‘E.T.‘, as I saw the movie with my parents in theaters back in the early 80s when it was released. That film really struck a chord with me as it was the first time I really connected with a character and a film. It led to all the emotions pouring out of me, and still does to this day even when I watch it for the 1,134th time. Only a handful of movies have done that to me since then, one of them being this beautiful and charming movie, ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl‘.

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Groucho Marx Biopic In The Works From…Rob Zombie?!?!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jun 18th, 2015

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One of the genre’s I adore in film is an excellent biographical depiction. It doesn’t matter who the subject is, I love the truthful way these films are usually made and like seeing the story unfold, event at a time. What struggles they’ve gone through to become who they are, it’s the intimate details that I genuinely crave. A successful biopic depends on the character and quality of its written source material as it’s vital to the core of a project. Such will be the case with the planned Groucho Marx flick.

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Film Review: ‘Inside Out’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 18th, 2015

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I’m a huge fan of Pixar and their animated films. They have changed the way films are made, and each movie since ‘Toy Story 1‘ in 1995 has been a success both critically and financially, making Pixar one of the biggest movie studios ever. Hell, all of the Pixar films combined have made over $9 billion (with a “B”) at the box office. That’s not to mention home video or merchandising sales. Since ‘Toy Story III‘ in 2010, there has only been three Pixar movies, all of which have been less favorited to Pixar’s previous films including ‘Wall-E‘, ‘Up‘, and the third ‘Toy Story‘ movie.

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