A two-minute preview of the warts-and-all film shows clips of Kinison performing, including one where Rodney Dangerfield introduced him at an early show, as well as a glimpse of the 1989 Rolling Stone cover story on Kinison
Originally set to hit theaters in October 2007, Warner Bros. inexplicably pulled the film from its schedule, despite a young, recognizable cast and seasonal allure. It was rumored to be bumped to the following October, but ended up settling with a straight-to-dvd release in 2009. For whatever reason, the studio’s lack of confidence and treatment of the film stunted
The two actors have gone through a lot together growing up in the Hollywood system and their story is going to be told in a Lifetime biopic called A Tale of Two Coreys which Feldman himself is supporting.
The film will follow the troubled and dark lives of the two Corey's who both struggled with drug addiction and sexual abuse. Haim was reportedly raped at 11-years-old and all of the horrific abuse that he had gone through led to his death.
Feldman talked about the biopic in an interview with Yahoo, saying:
Corey Feldman is helping to oversee the project, and has given his insight into some of the shadier things that went down on various movie sets and at parties attended to by Haim and Feldman. It will also look at their drug addictions, and personal struggles with abuse both physical and sexual. A number of different actors have been cast as the two former teen heartthrobs. Elijah Marcano is playing the teenage Corey Feldman, with Scott Bosely playing him as an adult.
We take a look back at the original Charmed, and what made it so special...
The premise for Charmed must have sounded simple - a female-centric show about three witches living in San Francisco that would cash in on the success of Buffy The Vampire Slayer on the still-new WB network. They wouldn’t just be witches, but also sisters, relatable across demographics with Prue (Shannen Doherty) - the late-20s sensible one, Piper (Holly Marie Combs) - the neurotic middle sister, and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) - the wayward college dropout.
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The late-90s was an era of Us network television that fostered a whole bunch of series focusing on ‘kick-ass’ female leads - Buffy, Xena, Dark Angel etc. - but what Charmed wanted to do was slightly different. From the start, the
In a feature about the storied residence, known as Cresthill, Buzzfeed lays out its rise, famed residents (Andrew Dice Clay, Sam Kinison, Jim Carrey, Robin Williams and more lived or “hung out” there in the 1980s), and residual significance to fans of the comedy giants.
In a week where Duke Nukem is celebrating his roots with a remastered rendition of his classic 3D exploits, Shadow Warrior is set to reach the peak of its popularity. Which is incredibly ironic considering Lo Wang’s original adventure was an Eastern parody of everything Mr Nukem stood for and a way to keep using the Build Engine to keep up costs.
But since Flying Wild Hog took over the rights and released Shadow Warrior in 2013, they’ve done more than just reintroduce the original game to modern day audiences, they’ve essentially redesigned the experience from the ground up.
And here’s the kicker. With Shadow Warrior 2, not only has Lo Wang finally moved past the bubblegum munchers’ looming shadow, he also gets to drill the final nail in his coffin.
Fwh did the hard work by reintroducing the world to Lo Wang,
In the 35-minute taping, Slater covers everything from his Comic-Con 2015 live reading with the cast of the FX comedy hit “Archer,” to one of his newest projects, a based-on-true-events film titled “King Cobra,” in which he stars alongside James Franco as a dark, obsessive, gay porn producer.
[Spoilers for “Mr. Robot” Seasons 1 and 2 below.]
After the screening of the 90s tribute episode, which includes a cameo from Alf (yes, the Alf), Slater told the audience, “It was [an episode] we were very excited to do. But we thought, even while we were filming that particular episode, people are either going to enjoy this or we’re going to go straight to hell — that was sort of the vibe while we were doing it.
Reviewed by Glenn Erickson
Wow, it's already been four years since Olive released a
Written and Directed by Mike Birbiglia.
Starring Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Chris Gethard, Tami Sagher, and Kate Micucci.
Just when the theater they regularly perform at is about to close down, two members of an improv group are given the chance to be on an SNL-like variety show.
If “don’t think twice” is the motto of improv, and the title of writer-director-actor Mike Birbiglia’s new movie, my motto is “Tell yourself you’ll stop thinking at twice. Allow one more think. Then think again anyway.”
Birbiglia drives in on the opposite impulse, with a film that lovingly and specifically portraits the improv community of NYC. Centered on a fictional group called the Commune, most of the cast come from comedy backgrounds and the characters they play frequently merge with real life, adding to the authenticity. Keegan-Michael Key’s Obama impression,
I admit that I wasn’t much of a fan of his previous film – the directorial debut Sleepwalk With Me. It’s consistent down beat tone became a slog to get through.
Emmy nominations are announced next Thursday and the usual suspects are all expected to pop up. Do not be surprised when Mr. Robot, Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, Orange is the New Black, and Better Call Saul dominate all the categories, rightfully so. They all are coming off of incredible and explosive seasons. They deserve the praise. But, what about all the other amazing shows on television? They absolutely deserve some love too, but stand almost no chance at being nominated. Our response here at Film School Rejects? The Alternate Emmys. Readers, meet the other shows you should be watching.
Best Drama Series
Outlander, The Leftovers, Jessica Jones, The Americans, UnREAL, and Hannibal
What more can be said about any of these shows that has not been said. They each delivered absolutely incredible seasons more than worthy of every
The family members range from decidedly tight-lipped to happily outspoken about their political preferences. And luckily, they've left us with some memorable moments in political commentary:
Kim criticizes the results of the Senate's vote on gun background checks
Kim was not impressed with the U.S. Senate when they rejected four new gun control proposals in the wake of the Orlando, Florida, shooting that killed 49 people.
"So sad! The senate
Birbiglia plays Miles, the founding member of an NYC-based improv troupe called The Commune that performs regularly in a local comedy club. He auditioned for Weekend Live (the film’s stand-in for Saturday Night Live) over a decade ago and didn’t get the job, but like all of the improvisers in The Commune, he’s still harboring dreams of getting hired there. The rest of the group includes a
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The five-time Emmy-winning Breaking Bad vet will executive-produce and appear in some episodes of the sci-fi anthology Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick, Deadline reports. Ronald D. Moore (Outlander) and Michael Dinner (Masters of Sex) are writing the 10-part drama.
The series, which is set to air in the UK on Channel 4, will be distributed internationally by Sony Pictures Television. A U.
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