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    Nolando
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  • Drive

    Drive



    2011
    Dir. by Nicolas Winding Refn


    You ever go into a movie theater with really high expectations, knowing you're going to like the movie you're about to see? And then you get the surprise of people walking out of the theater during the movie? AND, as it turns out, the movie not only meets your expectations but exceeds them wildly? Well, yep - that was my experience with Refn's latest film, Drive.

    First off, Drive is not a crime movie. Nor...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Blue Underground Brings Lucio Fulci's ZOMBIE Back To Theaters!

    Blue Underground Brings Lucio Fulci's ZOMBIE Back To Theaters!



    Blue Underground Presents Nationwide Theatrical Release of Lucio Fulci's ZOMBIE!

    Experience the Italian horror maestro's gore classic as you've never seen or heard it before, digitally restored and remastered!

    October 3, 2011 (LOS ANGELES) --- Blue Underground is bringing its digitally restored and remastered version of Lucio Fulci's ZOMBIE to theaters across the U.S. and Canada this month. The exclusive midnight screenings give fans the chance to experience...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Hudson Horror Show 4 To Happen 12/3/2011 In Pougkeepsie, NY

    Hudson Horror Show 4 To Happen 12/3/2011 In Pougkeepsie, NY



    Hudson Horror Show 4 organizer Chris Alo sent us this message that we figured we'd pass along to help spread the word! Now that Hurricane Irene hasn't wiped out the entire east coast, Hudson Horror Show is announcing the addition of a 6th Bonus Mystery Movie to our December to Dismember event! Hudson Horror Show IV: The December to Dismember will be on December 3rd, 2011 at Silver Cinemas South Hills 8 in Poughkeepsie, NY.Our lineup features a double headlining shock show of Tobe Hoo
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  • Nolando
    Senior Member

  • Cowboys & Aliens

    Cowboys & Aliens


    2011
    Dir. by John Favreau


    Mixing sci-fi and western with cutting-edge special f/x should be a winning situation. So why does Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens fall so flat? The story is simple for both genres: Lone criminal Jake Lonergan (Daniel Craig) was abducted by aliens but somehow escaped. He has full amnesia, though, and can't remember any details about that much less about himself. The aliens are abducting large numbers of local townsfolk, including son of the ...
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  • Nolando
    Senior Member

  • X-Men: First Class

    X-Men: First Class

    2011 Dir. by Matthew Vaughn I'll be honest here: I never liked the X-Men comics. When I started to get back into comics in high school (thank you, Alan Moore) we had two comic stores in my town, on opposite sides of the city limits. The one thing they both had in common were shrieking X-Men fanboys, babbling and crying over these characters like old housewives and soap operas. I wanted nothing to do with that and intentionally kept my distance. As such, then, now, I have no passion aroun...
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  • Nolando
    Senior Member

  • Black Swan

    Black Swan


    (In theater) Aronofsky keeps to his theme of the physical, mental, and spiritual toll of seeking some level of perfection or immortality again in Black Swan. Nina (Natalie Portman) is a competent dance troupe member seeking only perfection in her performance. Her obsessesive, controlling mother (Barbara Hershey) is one of the examples in her life of what Nina could become - never a lead, always part of the group, but isolated and neurotic. When it's announced that the primary baller...
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  • Nolando
    Senior Member

  • The King's Speech

    The King's Speech



    (Viewed in theater) Being an American stories that try and make me sympathetic for British royalty pretty much fall flat. I tend to see such subjects as privileged, working class-crushing symbols of English societal ignorance and, indeed, that's mostly the perception set forth in The King's Speech. Yet the story that quickly evolves touches on the universal theme of self-realization supported by strong interpersonal friendship, seemingly eliminating the barrier between its two mai...
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  • Nolando
    Senior Member

  • True Grit (2010)

    True Grit (2010)



    True Grit
    Potentially a musing not on God's justice but, rather, God's mercy, the Coens' take on the story of True Grit is a multi-layered improvement on the previous John Wayne vehicle.

    From the opening text from Proverbs to the final, lingering closing shot, accompanied by mostly instrumental-only versions of old hymns, the Coens' take on the True Grit story isn't about revenge but, rather, living in a space where humanity is allowed to strive for balance. ...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • I Spit On Your Grave Remake In UK Cinemas 1/21/2011

    I Spit On Your Grave Remake In UK Cinemas 1/21/2011

    Anchor Bay UK is bringing the I Spit On Your Grave remake to theaters soon and to celebrate have unleashed a special promo video that you can view by clicking that there link. But first, the press release!

    “RATCHETS UP THE VIOLENCE TO AN ALMOST UNBEARABLE LEVEL… A GRAPHIC, GORY CAVALCADE OF HORRORS.” - MONTREAL GAZETTE.

    In 1978, Meir Zarchi unleashed his low-budget horror film I Spit On Your Grave (originally entitled 'Day Of The Woman') on an unsuspecting world...
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  • Alison Jane
    Girl Boss Jane

  • The Pee-Wee Herman Show - The Stephen Sondheim Theatre - December 23rd 2010

    The Pee-Wee Herman Show - The Stephen Sondheim Theatre - December 23rd 2010


    I've loved Pee-Wee Herman ever since I was a kid. In a lot of ways, I haven't changed much since then so when I found out The Pee-Wee Herman Show was coming to Broadway I had to have tickets. And since I didn't know how well the show would be received or how long it would last I knew I had to get tickets fast. Not realizing initially that the show was based on the not child-friendly original HBO Pee-Wee Herman Show, I got a ticket for my son as well. He mainly knows Pee-Wee from Pee-Wee's...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Full Moon's First Theatrical Feature In Years Will Be.... Evil Bong 3-D: The Wrath Of Bong!

    Full Moon's First Theatrical Feature In Years Will Be.... Evil Bong 3-D: The Wrath Of Bong!

    CHARLES BAND and Full Moon 3-D present the theatrical release of “EVIL BONG 3-D: THE WRATH OF BONG” to be presented in 3-D and “Sniff -O-Rama” Release date: National Pot Day - April 20, 2011 Charles Band is proud to announce the Full Moon 3-D theatrical presentation of “EVIL BONG 3-D: THE WRATH OF BONG”, the latest entry in his smash hit stoner “EVIL BONG” series. The theatrical release of “EVIL BONG 3-D: THE WRATH OF BONG” will be ...
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