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Hear Linda Blair’s Voice In The Exorcist

The Exorcist is arguably one of the most terrifying films every made. Linda Blair’s Reagan is one of the most iconic horror movie characters of all time. But the real question is, have you ever seen The Exorcist before it was ADRed and over dubbed? Well, now you can. You can hear Linda Blair utterly chilling performance and the demon possessed little girl without the ‘demon voice’. What do you […]


Patton Oswalt Wants You To Lighten Up About Ben Affleck

Over the past five days there’s been one topic of discussion on the lips of every nerd. Ben Affleck as Batman. Some people hate it, some people love it, and other people just want to wait and watch the film and then make up their own mind. Comedian, nerd, and all around cool person, Patton Oswalt has thrown his hat in the ring. His opinion on Affleck as Batman? No […]


Deadly Prey (Film Review)

Thanks to the internet there have been numerous low-to-no budget films that have taken on serious cult status. Case in point, Troll 2. Troll 2 is the worst thing ever made but people love it for precisely that reason. It’s an artifact from a bygone era. Granted, that era wasn’t that long ago, but still. People have a serious cast of the 80’s nostalgia currently. A film that was released […]


Scott Cooper To Write/Direct Stephen King’s The Stand

Warner Bros has been plugging away at a feature film adaptation of Stephen King’s tome The Stand for some time now. Ben Affleck was previously in talks to write and direct the adaptation but due to cough-Batman-cough other commitments he’s dropped out. Well, Warner has quickly found a replacement for Mr Affleck. Scott Cooper writer and director of Crazy Heart and Out Of The Furnace. There’s currently no cast or […]


No, It’s Really Bad: Pacific Rim

Before its release, there was a tremendous buzz surrounding Guillermo Del Toro’s kaiju epic Pacific Rim. The convention footage that was shown whipped everyone into a frenzy, the early set reports detailed massive constructions being erected, and the actors involved seemed top notch. At some point the buzz died down. People seemed less enthused by the idea of gigantic stompy monster fighting robots. Then, just weeks before the release of […]


First Look At Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar

Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is one of the most highly anticipated films of 2014. The film will see Nolan team with an all-star cast to produce an original Sci Fi narrative. The film has been under super tight security. No one really knows what the film is about. Nolan projects are usually surrounded with a heightened sense of security. I’m sure nothing compares to Dark Knight Rises but the secrecy and […]


Ben Affleck Cast As Batman In Man Of Steel Sequel

The highly anticipated casting of the new Batman has finally arrived. It also happens to be one of the most out-of-left-field casting announcements that has happened in recent memory. The next actor to take on the role of Bruce Wayne is………   Ben Affleck.     Affleck has gained a lot of traction on the directing side of the business. With Argo winning best picture at the 2012 Oscars, and […]


Clint Eastwood To Direct ‘American Sniper’

Bradley Cooper signed on to a movie called American Sniper last year. He’s both producing and starring in the film which chronicles the life of Chris Kyle the U.S. Navy Seal with the highest kill count of any sniper in recorded history. Originally, Copper was in talks with David O. Russell to direct the film. After Russell moved on Cooper was able to lock down Steven Spielberg to direct. However, […]


Rambo: The Television Series?

Word on the street is that the iconic Rambo franchise is being developed for television. Entertainment One and Nu Image have entered into a partnership in order to develop the Rambo series for television. The best part about this already wonderful news is that Sylvester Stallone is in talks to sign on to be a creative consultant and potentially star in the series. Right now no network is currently attached […]


Lee Thompson Young Has Passed Away

Lee Thompson Young, the actor most famous for his portrayals of the titular character on the Disney Channel show ‘The Famous Jet Jackson’ and Smallville’s Vic Stone aka Cyborg, was found dead in his apartment yesterday. In a statement issued by Young’s manager the cause of death was confirmed to have been suicide. Young also appeared in the film ‘Friday Night Lights’, the television show ‘Scrubs’, and the feature film […]

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Elmore Leonard Has Passed Away

Iconic author Elmore Leonard has passed away due to complications from a stoke. Originally from Detroit, Leonard has had over 40 novels published. Many of his works have been adapted into films or television shows. Jackie Brown, 3:10 to Yuma, Get Shorty, Mr Majestyk, and Joe Kid were just a few of them. Elmore Leonard is arguably one of the most successful authors of the last fifty years.  


Do You Want More Riddick Sequels?

Vin Diesel is a franchise man. He’s leading the Fast and Furious team, he’s attempting to get XXX back on its feet, he’s starring in another Riddick film, and he’s going to be launching the would-be franchise Soldiers of the Sun in the near future. Vin Diesel loves franchise work. I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that the underlying reason might be the size of the […]


Timur Bekmambetov To Remake Ben-Hur?

MGM is at it again. No, they’re not attempting to make another Bond film or filing for bankruptcy. They’re attempting to remake a classic that doesn’t need to be remade. This time the studio is foolishly attempting to update Ben-Hur. What’s even more frightening about this project is that the director that they’ve selected for this project is Timur Bekmambetov. Timur is most widely know for his films Night Watch […]


Everybody Wants Woody Allen

It would seem that Woody Allen is still high atop Mount Everest. Sure, the man has had some weird times. Yes, he made some kinda crappy films along the way, but recently Allen has been putting out a film a year. This is no small feat for any writer/director let alone a man who is almost 80. This week the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro offered to fully fund the […]


The Best TV Show You’ve Never Seen: Space Sheriff Gavan

Japanese television is a wonderful thing. It’s a bizarre concoction of western influences, Japanese archetypes, and shameless intellectual property theft. Japanese television in the 1980’s was all that on steroids. The 1982 japanese television show Space Sheriff Gavan is a bizarre acid trip of other dimensional beings, 40-something equestrian stable boys who secretly moonlight as alien crime fighters, and a crap load of shape changing alien bad guys named Doublemen. […]

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