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Tag Archive: movie

Requesting a Remake: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

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Have you ever watched an older film, either from your childhood or earlier and thought, “I would love to see this remade, for a new generation to enjoy it and with new talent behind… Continue reading

Horror Review: ‘You’re Next’ (2013)

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Plot: The Davison family is gathering together for a family reunion, when three masked strangers break up the reunion to wreak their own party, one that has a lot more blood and gore…but what… Continue reading

Underrated Gems: ‘Attack the Block’

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With Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s phenomenally brilliant “Cornetto Trilogy” coming to a close in theaters on Friday, I found myself reliving their previous efforts in a week long marathon.  This… Continue reading

Top 10 Zombie Movies of All Time

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I don’t know what it is about zombies, but everyone loves them. Me included! The fact that I am even trying to make a list of the best ones of all time is… Continue reading

Reverse Casting Call: The Guardians of the Galaxy Cast

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So Guardians of the Galaxy seemed like it was going to be the misfit Marvel movie. Marvel’s own personal little movie that could (but shouldn’t). The uninitiated seemed really thrown by the idea of… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘Fables’ (Part 1)

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It’s recently been announced that DC’s Fables Comics will be turned into a feature film. While many would agree that the story’s length and intricacy might be better suited to a television show;… Continue reading

Iron Man 3 Review: A Second Opinion

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In my opinion it’s the closing chapter of a trilogy that’s the hardest part of a series to nail down and is almost always met with the most scrutiny. You’re either taking the… Continue reading

Casting Call: Mortal Kombat

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With the recent rumors of a new Mortal Kombat movie as well as the start of season 2 in the ongoing web-series Mortal Kombat: Legacy I thought it would be cool to take… Continue reading

The 10 Most Stupid Things About the Oscars

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Ah, the Oscars. A night of glamor and fame. Celebrating our most prolific entertainment industry and seeing how the other half party. It’s also a complete crock of shit. It’s fun to get… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘The Living Daylights’ (50 Years of Bond)

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Director: John Glen Cast: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d’Abo, Jeroen Krabbe, Joe Don Baker, John Rhys-Davies, Art Malik, Robert Brown, Desmond Llewellyn Plot: Bond is sent to protect Koskov, a Russian agent looking to… Continue reading