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Directed by James Gunn
Written by James Gunn
Gross-out horror comedy is my guilty pleasure. Among the best are Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive, Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator, and James Gunn’s Slither. Essentially a pastiche of the zombie and alien-invasion genres, Slither features a 50′s sci-fi plot with gross-out gore making for an effective, even if familiar, horror film.
This tongue-in-cheek horror flick shows off first-time director Gunn’s skill for blending comedy and horror. Slither recalls Tremors, only with much more gore: its the best kind of B-movie, one whose laughs are just as effective and intentional as it imaginative gross-out-effects. More importantly, Gunn probes the genre’s cliches without ever mocking them. Slither is a labor of love made by a horror aficionado who knows his shit, and along the way, he subsumes an onslaught of cinematic references to genre conventions, from John Carpenter’s »
Jenna Fischer stars as Owen Wilson's wife in "Hall Pass." She's the one who decides to give her husband a hall pass in hopes of changing his roving eye. The actress was very sweet and silly in person. In this interview, we talked about:
*** What attracted her to making "Hall Pass"
*** The film's interesting themes
*** How did she prepare for the film
*** Fake chow, mental photographs, and the joys of Air Supply
*** Was the journey of making a Farrelly brothers movie all worth it?
*** What can we expect in the future episodes of "The Office?
*** Who deserve a hall pass, men or women?
Regardless of their cooking abilities, there are some movie characters whose dinner invitations you should definitely turn down. Here are 12 prime examples…
I don't go out much, me, what with watching as many films as I do, as well as having a complete lack of anything resembling a social life.
However, I sometimes compensate for this by imagining all sorts of dazzling social occasions I could attend with my friends from the movies. You know, my real friends, the ones who I talk to under my Clone Wars duvet at night when I'm not scribbling poems for Carrie Fisher in purple crayon.
Being a healthy lad who likes his food, I often imagine these scenarios playing out in some fancy West End restaurant. However, as I lay there one night, imagining an evening at Le Gavroche with Jason Voorhees and Mrs Bates, I thought to myself, "Hang on, I probably »
3 items from 2011
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