3 items from 2011
Edgar Wright's latest epic project  has him partnering with Quentin Tarantino, Judd Apatow, Joss Whedon, Bill Hader, Guillermo Del Toro, Joe Dante, Greg Mottola, Harry Knowles, Rian Johnson and, probably, several of you. Like all of us, Wright has a bunch of classic and cult films he's never seen. Unlike all of us, he has the means to see them for the first time on the big screen and will do just that in December  at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles during Films Edgar Has Never Seen. The director of Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World asked both his famous friends (some of which are listed above) and fans to send in their personal must see lists and, from those titles, Wright came up with one mega list from which he'll pick a few movies to watch December 9-16. After the jump check »
- Germain Lussier
Netflix Nuggets is my way of spreading the word about what I consider to be the greatest thing since sliced bread… Netflix streaming movies instantly to your computer and/or compatible home theater. As Netflix makes movies titles available in their already vast and eclectic catalog of rentals via online streaming technology, I’ll spotlight the one’s I feel are worth taking note of as they become available.
In this, the first edition of Netflix Nuggets, we’ll feature five films; two brand new and wildly unique foreign films, one new documentary, and two classics from master filmmakers.
The Ballad Of Cable Hogue (1970)
[streaming of Ballad Of Cable Hogue available only until 1/31/2011]
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Synopsis: Abandoned in the desert, prospector Cable Hogue survives his ordeal when he discovers a freshwater spring. Transforming the oasis into a much needed pit stop on the local stagecoach route, the resourceful Hogue sits back to wait for his double-crossing former partners. »
- Movie Geeks
As sites around the blogosphere post their end-of-year film favorites, we point you to those including films from Tff's past. Awarded the #1 spot on Pop Matters' list of The Top 10 Films of 2010 That You Never Heard Of: The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia! The doc was also listed as one of 16 straight-to-dvd films worth adding to your queue by Gary Thompson (Philadelphia Daily News). In this shocking, eccentric and often moving documentary, executive producers Johnny Knoxville and Jeff Tremaine (Jackass) present a-year-in-the-life of the Whites of Boone County, West Virginia, a legendary family known for its gas-huffing, drug dealing, pill popping and even famous mountain dancing members, including Jesco White, the star of the cult classic documentary Dancing Outlaw. Catch this outlaw gang in action on DVD or on demand via Tribeca Film. Clocking in at #8 on Moviefone's Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies of 2010, we applaud »
3 items from 2011
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