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Lots of Avengers News; None Of It Entirely Exciting or Likely To Happen

New York Comic Con went down last weekend, and one of the major films in attendance was Marvel’s Avengers.  When not giggling like school girls over the presence of Tim Hiddleston, the Avengers Q&A attendees were bombarding Marvel President Kevin Fiege with questions regarding the most-Avengers future of Marvel films.  Among his answers to those questions included: […]

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Universal Comes To Their Senses and Drops Tower Heist VOD Plans

Last week Universal studios announced their plans to make available to the upcoming Bret Rattner film Tower Heist through VOD for $59.99 USD three weeks after the film premiered in theaters.  Unsurprisingly, theater chains were pissed.  Cinemark, the U.S.’s third-largest theater chain, quickly announced that it would not be showing Tower Heist in any of its 3,800 theaters, […]

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The Final Moments of Breaking Bad’s Finale Explained

Needless to say, if you have yet to watch the finale episode of the latest season of Breaking Bad, don’t read this post or watch the video contained within it.  If you weren’t even aware of the existence of something called Breaking Bad, remedy that immediately.  It’s available on Netflix Watch Instantly, you have no […]

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‘The Avengers’ Finally Gets a Trailer

So I’m not sure if you’re aware, you probably aren’t, the film is pretty obscure after all, but this little guy named Joss Whedon is making an Avengers movie.  The shoot is close to wrapping (if it hasn’t already) and Marvel / Disney has finally deemed it time to let the world get a good […]

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Stupidest Woman Alive Sues The Distributors of “Drive” Because the Film Wasn’t The Fast and Furious

A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article trying to understand the disconect between the film Drive’s audience and the large amount of critics who’ve praised it.  Essentially it boils down to marketting.  The actual film is quite subdued and artistic, moving from relative calm in the first two act into all out headstomping […]

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Trailer 2: ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’

  Thomas Alfredson’s (Let The Right One In) newest film Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy, a remake of the 1979 Alec Guinness Mini-series is gearing up to be one of the best films of 2011.  A couple of months ago we got our first glimpse of the film when trailer #1 was released, but now a […]

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This Week In WTF: First Look At The New Superman

It seems like nowadays its almost impossible to have a comic-book movie first look that isn’t a grainy cell phone picture taken by someone sneaking on to the film’s set.  Warner Brother’s have decided to jump the gun and just release a new image for their upcoming Superman reboot ‘Man of Steel‘ before anyone can […]

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Trailer: ‘The Day’ to Premiere at TIFF’s Midnight Madness

A couple of days ago the Toronto International Film festival announced their midnight madness lineup — a group of genre films that premiere at mindnight each night, and is quite honestly one of the most exciting things about the festival.  One such film is Douglas Aarnioski’s ‘The Day‘ a post apocalyptic thriller that plays like […]

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Game of Thrones Casting News: Jaqen H’Ghar

Unless I’m mistaken, this should pretty much conclude all of the major casting news for the second season of HBO’s The Game of Thrones.  So far we’ve seen the roles of Brienne, Melissandre, Davos, Stannis, and Asha cast, and now HBO has found someone to play Season 2 / A Clash of King’s final major […]

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This Week In Awesome: The ‘Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil’ Trailer

The slasher genre has become somewhat of a joke as of late.  Filled with arbitrary nudity, ridiculous gore, and devoid of thrills, Hitchcock probably rolls in his grave every time one of these teen popcorn films releases and calls itself ‘slasher’.  Well roll no more Mr. Hitchcock, because while ‘Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil’ may […]

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