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The Ranch: Part Five Filming Underway Despite Rape Allegations

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Is Netflix being hypocritical? The Huffington Post reports new episodes of The Ranch have begun production despite multiple accusations of rape against star Danny Masterson.Masterson plays Jameson “Rooster” Bennett on the comedy, which also features Ashton Kutcher, Sam Elliott, Debra Winger, and Elisha Cuthbert. Netflix renewed the series for a third season back in July. Season 2B is slated to premiere on December 15th.Read More…
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10 Horror Movie Reboots Gone Horribly Wrong

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10 Horror Movie Reboots Gone Horribly Wrong
Oh, horror movies. Market research showed that more people knew the phrase Texas Chainsaw Massacre than the number of people who had seen it or even knew what it was about. So you know what that means! Reboot time! Now, there's nothing inherently wrong with rebooting a popular film and/or franchise. But there's also no rule that says they have to be bad. Nevertheless, crappy remakes keep plaguing horror fans. We're looking at 10 horror movie reboots that went horribly wrong.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) and Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is easily one of the scariest movies of all time, no question. Loosely based on true events, put together in the early '70s on a shoestring budget, this thing played like some sorta snuff film. It's chilling. It's such a great horror film that once the sequels stopped coming, Hollywood tried to reboot it not once, but twice.
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The Ranch: Netflix Reveals Part Four Will Air in December

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Meanwhile, back at the ranch... Netflix has announced the fourth part of The Ranch TV show premieres on Friday, December 15, 2017. Below, watch stars Danny Masterson and Ashton Kutcher reveal The Ranch part four release date, in a video in which they tout the show's "Binge Race" performance. A Netflix multi-camera comedy, The Ranch stars Kutcher, Masterson, Sam Elliot, Debra Winger, Grady Lee Richmond, Laura Vallejo, Elisha Cuthbert, Bret Harrison, and Kelli Goss. Set in Garrison, Colorado, this sitcom follows the dysfunctional Bennett family on their Iron River Ranch. Read More…
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Review: Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017)

Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is the ice hockey enforcer for Halifax Highlanders, known as Doug ‘The Thug’ Glatt, who seems unbeatable in a fight on the ice. But when a confrontation begins with a new rival enforcer Anders Cain (Wyatt Russell), it is Doug who is left on the floor bleeding, with a serious injury to his arm, which looks to take him out of the game permanently.

With his wife Eva (Alison Pill), pregnant with their first child, Glatt decides he has no option but to turn to a new, less exciting career, working in a basement office as an insurance salesman. Adding insult to injury, Anders Cain is drafted into the team as captain to replace Doug, but through his uncontrollable temper, seems to pull the team apart.

Unfulfilled in his current role and concerned for his team, Doug turns to his former rival Ross Rhea (Liev Schreiber
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Goon: Last of the Enforcers review – feeble Canadian sports comedy

An ice hockey hero returns to the rink in this puerile sequel to 2011’s Goon

In this inane sequel to Michael Dowse’s 2011 Canadian sports comedy Goon, Seann William Scott returns as Doug Glatt. An ice hockey hero, captain of the Halifax Highlanders and “a huge, Jewish freight train”, Glatt is good natured and more than a little slow. When he gets his face pounded in on the ice by blond-haired baddie Anders Cain (Wyatt Russell), he hangs up his skates and takes early retirement. He tries his luck with a new job in the basement office of an insurance company (“Doug Glatt – storage room. That’s you!”), while pregnant wife, Eva (Alison Pill, doing her best but not showing her range), tries to keep his spirits up, but it’s not long before he’s sneaking back to the rink.

Directed and co-written by Jay Baruchel (one of the
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‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’ Review

Review by Matthew Turner

Stars: Seann William Scott, Alison Pill, Marc-Andre Grondin, Liev Schreiber, Wyatt Russell, Kim Coates, Elisha Cuthbert, Jay Baruchel, Callum Keith Rennie, Jonathan Mark Cherry | Written by Jay Baruchel, Jesse Chabot | Directed by Jay Baruchel

Back in 2011, Michael Dowse’s Canadian sports comedy Goon was a minor hit with critics, but only ended up taking a modest $12m at the U.S. box office. Evidently, however, the film has since picked up something of a cult following, which explains the presence of this somewhat belated but nonetheless entertaining sequel that reunites the majority of the key players.

The directorial debut of actor Jay Baruchel (who co-wrote and co-starred in the first film), the sequel finds sweet-natured but dim-witted ice hockey bruiser Doug “The Thug” Glatt (Seann William Scott) still playing for his beloved Halifax Highlanders and now married to former girlfriend Eva (Alison Pill), who has just announced that she’s expecting.
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Goon: Last Of The Enforcers review

The long-awaited sequel to Goon arrives in UK cinemas. It ain't essential, but it's fun...

“I’m not as tough as I used to be.”

Goon: Last of the Enforcers, the sequel to 2011s Goon, is a film about the world changing. The new owner of the Halifax Highlanders has expectations of the team and he’ll bring new players in to achieve them. The new kids coming into the league are something else; all-rounders, and some of them can really fight. Bruiser Doug Glatt’s home life is pulling him away from the game, and his body can hardly keep up with it anymore. So what exactly is a displaced hockey goon supposed to do?

There’s a weird tragedy bubbling beneath the surface of Goon 2, but it’s never really dealt with. The subject of head injuries and being so drawn to and entertained by the violence that causes them,
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Giveaway – Win a Goon: Last of the Enforcers T-shirt

To celebrate the release of Goon: Last Of The Enforcers, in UK cinemas 8th September, we have an official t-shirt available to giveaway courtesy of Vertigo Releasing.

This star-studded, pumped up sequel to the smash hit comedy Goon is a foul-mouthed, action-packed and hilarious excursion into the wild, knock-em-out world of ice hockey that sees the original cast returning for more bone- cracking and rib-tickling mayhem.

American Pie’s legendary Stifler, Seann William Scott, is simply sensational – putting as much humour as he does pathos – as the don’t give a puck hockey star Doug Glatt (based on the life of American maverick Doug Smith) – a role he was born to play, at least twice. He’s supported here with a top drawer cast including Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan, Spotlight) and Alison Pill (Midnight In Paris, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), reprising their roles from the first film, Elisha Cuthbert
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Film Review: ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’

Film Review: ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’
A gem among umpteen lame Canadian hockey comedies, 2011’s “Goon” was an unexpectedly snappy mix of violent slapstick, screwball farce and modern dude humor, one that struck a chord with viewers (at least eventually, particularly up north; in the U.S., it found its primary audience in home formats after modest box-office performance). Belated sequel “Goon: Last of the Enforcers” brings back most of the winning original cast, plus some promising new faces, in a slick followup.

Not returning, however, are original director Michael Dowse or writer Evan Goldberg, with star and co-writer Jay Baruchel taking over helming duties in his feature directorial bow. The earlier duo are missed. One immediately detects the lowered brow of Baruchel and Jesse Chabot’s new material, as well as its competent but uninspired handling, which extends to less viscerally funny rink action. “Goon” was a keeper. The perhaps prophetically named “Last” isn’t exactly 101 minutes in the penalty box, but
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Review: ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’ is a Padded, Heartfelt Sequel

The best part of hockey comedy Goon is its ability to never forget itself. Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg didn’t write it (based on Adam Frattasio and Douglas Smith’s non-fiction book) like your usual sports film where winning or losing was the goal. They instead brought to life a soft-spoken, compassionate guy whose only talent isn’t laying guys out on the ice like his bloodthirsty fans believe. No, Doug Glatt’s (Seann William Scott) calling is as protector for his family, friends, and teammates. He joined the Halifax Highlanders to provide a spark as well as a formidable presence that would lend his more talented linemates peace of mind and confidence. Victory was never about securing a championship, it was reminding his team what hockey meant beyond the scoreboard.

So when things cut to black on a game for which success occurred before the puck dropped — and
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Atomic Blondes of Film and TV

This week Charlize Theron heads up Atomic Blonde. Set in 1980’s Berlin, the film tells the story of Lorraine Broughton, an MI6 agent tasked with tracking down a highly sought after list of double agents. It’s a neon-soaked, action-noir thriller directed by David Leitch, one half of the John Wick directing dream team. Lorraine is a lady who knows how to handle herself. With Charlize channelling her inner Keanu, the old co-stars actually trained together; she demonstrates that she can most definitely hold her own. She’s not the first kick-ass blonde to grace our screens though, and it got us thinking about our other favourite atomic blondes…

He-Man

Potentially the first atomic blond, Dolph Lundgren burst onto the scene in the 1980’s with back-to-back roles in A View to a Kill and Rocky IV. However, in these films he’s a supporting player. In order for him to
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‘Goon’ sequel finally pucks it into UK cinemas!

Seann William Scott returns in Goon: Last of the Enforcers the cartilage crunching sequel to the 2011 hockey comedy Goon, a follow-up that’s even “faster, funnier and more foul-mouthed than the original.”

Back as hockey star Doug Glatt, Scott is supported here with cast that includes Liev Schreiber (Spotlight) and Alison Pill (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), reprising their roles from the first film, Elisha Cuthbert (24) and Callum Keith Rennie (Californication), with 22 Jump Street’s Wyatt Russell as Glatt’s nemesis, and Deadpool’s T. J. Miller on scene-stealing form as inappropriate sports commentator Chad Bailey.

From the press release:

An assured feature directing debut from comedy star Jay Baruchel (This Is The End, Knocked Up, How To Train Your Dragon), this is a film you can’t help but love – crass but charming, packed with eccentric and loveable characters, and just the right balance of sports carnage and comedy
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Another Official Us Trailer for the 'Goon: Last of the Enforcers' Sequel

"Witness the ultimate comeback." Momentum Pictures / eOne has debuted one final official Us trailer for the hockey comedy sequel Goon: Last of the Enforcers, which is now scheduled for a release in the Us starting in September (it already opened in Canada in March). Seann William Scott returns as Doug Glatt from Goon, the hockey player who just loves to fight, picking up where the story left off. He plans to retire from hockey (and fighting) but ends up back on the ice again, being trained for left-handed fighting by none other than Ross Rhea himself - Liev Schreiber. The full cast includes Elisha Cuthbert, Liev Schreiber, Alison Pill, T.J. Miller, Wyatt Russell, Marc-André Grondin, Jason Jones, Kim Coates. We have already seen plenty of trailers for this, but I'm still looking forward to seeing it sometime this year. Dive in. Here's the final Us trailer (+ poster) for Jay Baruchel
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New Goon 2 Trailer: Doug-the-Thug Gets Bloody on the Ice

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New Goon 2 Trailer: Doug-the-Thug Gets Bloody on the Ice
Momentum Pictures has released the third trailer for Goon 2: Last of the Enforcers, along with a new poster, which brings back Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) and his outlandish friend Pat (Jay Baruchel), with Baruchel making his directorial debut here. It's been five long years since the original Goon debuted and became a sports cult classic. Now we finally get to see the next chapter of the Doug Glatt saga, with a few more familiar faces returning, along with some new characters as well. After an exclusive Canadian release earlier this year, Goon: Last of the Enforcers is getting ready to hit American theaters this fall.

Entertainment Weekly debuted this trailer and the new poster for Goon 2, following the first two trailers that debuted in November 2016 and in February 2017, respectively. At that time, though, only the Canadian release had been announced, with the sequel hitting theaters on March 17 in Canada.
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Goon: Last of the Enforcers gets a new poster and trailer

A new poster and trailer have arrived online for director Jay Baruchel’s upcoming comedy sequel Goon: Last of the Enforcers. The film sees Baruchel return to the cast alongside Sean William Scott, Allison Pill, Liev Schreiber, Marc-Andre Grondin, Kim Coates, Eugene Levy, David Paetkau, and Jonathan Cherry while the newcomers include Elisha Cuthbert, T.J. Miller, and Wyatt Russell; check them out here…

It’s a new day for the Halifax Highlanders. A pro lockout has reunited old teammates and brought a crew of new players to the bench; notably missing from the line-up, however, is everyone’s favourite enforcer and heart of the team, Doug “The Thug” Glatt. Sidelined after one too many hits and now married with a baby on the way, Doug is hanging up his skates and settling into life as an insurance salesman. But when Doug’s nemesis, Anders Cain, is made captain of the
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‘The Ranch’ Part 3 Sneaks a Pro-Choice Argument Into a Superficially Conservative Season

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‘The Ranch’ Part 3 Sneaks a Pro-Choice Argument Into a Superficially Conservative Season
The Ranch” is a deceptive series. At its onset, the Netflix multi-cam comedy feels like a natural follow-up for Ashton Kutcher post-“Two-and-a-Half Men.” There’s a laugh track, a dozen of crude sex jokes per episode (minimum), and a simple, repetitious structure where most of the comedy stems from grown men acting like children — and then being called out for it by the series’ female characters.

Those who stuck with it for more than a few episodes (because they were bored, dead, or masochistic) discovered the comedy’s hidden secret: It’s a tragedy, and not for Kutcher’s disgraced former quarterback, forced to move home after squandering his talent by drinking and womanizing. It’s about his father, Beau, played by Sam Elliott. We’ve chronicled his struggles in the past, and they do continue (to a lesser degree) in Part 3, the latest block of episodes released on Netflix.
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‘The Ranch’ Part 3 Sneaks a Pro-Choice Argument Into a Superficially Conservative Season

‘The Ranch’ Part 3 Sneaks a Pro-Choice Argument Into a Superficially Conservative Season
The Ranch” is a deceptive series. At its onset, the Netflix multi-cam comedy feels like a natural follow-up for Ashton Kutcher post-“Two-and-a-Half Men.” There’s a laugh track, a dozen of crude sex jokes per episode (minimum), and a simple, repetitious structure where most of the comedy stems from grown men acting like children — and then being called out for it by the series’ female characters.

Those who stuck with it for more than a few episodes (because they were bored, dead, or masochistic) discovered the comedy’s hidden secret: It’s a tragedy, and not for Kutcher’s disgraced former quarterback, forced to move home after squandering his talent by drinking and womanizing. It’s about his father, Beau, played by Sam Elliott. We’ve chronicled his struggles in the past, and they do continue (to a lesser degree) in Part 3, the latest block of episodes released on Netflix.
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The Ranch Premiere Recap: Baby Talk, Plus Another '70s Show Reunion

The Ranch Premiere Recap: Baby Talk, Plus Another '70s Show Reunion
Consider it a very early Christmas gift.

In the Season 2 premiere of The Ranch (the first 10 episodes of which are categorized as “Part 3” by Netflix), Ashton Kutcher is reunited with former That ’70s Show costar Debra Jo Rupp. Playing mother to Elisha Cuthbert’s Abby, Mrs. Phillips proves not too fond of Colt in wake of her daughter’s decision to end her engagement to Kenny.

Next RecapThe Ranch Season 2 Tackles Illegal Immigration In Episode 5 Twist

Disapproving ‘rents are the least of Colt’s problems, though. Picking up immediately where last season left off, Heather shows up on Colt
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The Ranch: Is the Netflix TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Part Four?

Vulture Watch Will the Bennetts ever get it together? Has The Ranch TV show been cancelled or renewed for part four on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Ranch part four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?    What's This TV Show About? Streaming on the Netflix paid subscription platform, The Ranch stars Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Sam Elliot, Debra Winger, Grady Lee Richmond, Laura Vallejo, Elisha Cuthbert, Bret Harrison, and Kelli Goss. Set in Garrison, Colorado, this sitcom follows the dysfunctional Bennett family on their Iron River Ranch. Each season of 20 episodes is split into two 10-episode parts, and Netflix primarily ignores season numbering entirely, by using
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The Ranch

Network: Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: April 1, 2016 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Sam Elliot, Debra Winger, Grady Lee Richmond, Laura Vallejo, Elisha Cuthbert, Bret Harrison, and Kelli Goss. TV show description: A sitcom set in Garrison, Colorado, The Ranch follows the dysfunctional Bennett family on their Iron River Ranch. Each season of 20 episodes is split into two 10-episode parts, and Netflix primarily ignores season numbering entirely, by using the sequential "part" numbers, instead. The multi-camera comedy centers Colt (Kutcher). After a fifteen year absence, including a short, failed semi-pro football career, Colt returns home to help his big brother Jameson "Rooster" (Masterson) and father Beau (Elliott) run the
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