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Den Of Geek Book Club: In Glorious Technicolour!

14 December 2014 4:16 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Francine Stock's exploration of the way film has entered our lives is Aliya's non-fiction choice for this month's Book Club...

There are lots of different ways to talk about films. There’s film as an art form, in which people try to objectively discuss how the director makes a statement by manipulating sounds and images. There’s film as a historical document – why was it made at that time? What does it say about what was happening in society? And there’s film on a totally subjective level, where you just like what you like; whether it’s important artistically or historically or in any other way is not the point.

It’s rare to come across a book that attempts to address film on all three of those levels at the same time, but In Glorious Technicolor! gives it a good shot. It’s described in the introduction as, »

- louisamellor

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M. Night Shyamalan's Wayward Pines Thriller Gets Premiere Date at Fox

9 December 2014 7:00 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

April showers bring… May haunting psychological dramas?

Wayward Pines, the 10-episode Fox thriller from M. Night Shymalan, will premiere on Thursday, May 14 at 9/8c, the network announced Tuesday.

The event series, which will debut simultaneously in more than 125 countries, follows a Secret Service agent (played by Matt Dillon, There’s Something About Mary) who comes to a deceptively bucolic Idaho town to search for two federal agents who’ve gone missing.

The cast also includes Terrence Howard (Empire), Carla Gugino (Political Animals), Toby Jones (The Girl), Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Shannyn Sossamon (Mistresses), Charlie Tahan (Law & Order: Svu) and Juliette Lewis »

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December 9th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Guardians of the Galaxy, Gremlins, Dead Snow 2

8 December 2014 4:53 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

December 9th is the big day for all you Guardians of the Galaxy fans, as James Gunn’s  space epic finally makes its way home on Blu-ray and DVD this week. Tommy Wirkola’s Dead Snow 2 is also being released and Warner Home Video is celebrating several of its landmark titles in high def this Tuesday as well, including the 30th anniversary edition of Joe Dante’s Gremlins.

Spotlight Titles:

Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead (Well Go USA, Blu-ray & DVD)

Dubbed “bigger, brasher, bloodier” by Film Threat’s Brian Tallerico, Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead debuts on DVD and in a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray December 9th from Well Go USA Entertainment.

The sequel to the cult horror comedy from director Tommy Wirkola (Dead Snow, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters) stars Vegar Hoel (Dead Snow, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters), Martin Starr (Knocked Up, Superbad), Jocelyn DeBoer (Stuck Like Chuck »

- Heather Wixson

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Pulp Fiction 20th Anniversary Retrospective

5 December 2014 4:45 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Jules: “You know what they call a Quarter-Pounder with Cheese in Paris?”

1994. The year Justin Bieber and Harry Styles were born – luckily the world was not ready yet for those two (was it ever ready?) and instead, we had actual art like Pulp Fiction to lift us from the grave, like The Bride in Kill Bill Vol.2. Interestingly, much like The Bride Pulp Fiction had to fight through the suffocating dirt that went with making an independent film in the 90s. Before we delve further in to the humble beginnings of the iconic film, 1994 was the year Dumb And Dumber, The Shawshank Redemption, Forrest Gump, The Lion King, Interview With The Vampire and Natural Born Killers were released. Not a bad year for film you could say, certainly for a young kid growing up then. I must admit, I wasn’t totally aware of Pulp Fiction at that time, but »

- Louise Tooth

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Childhood Memories: ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ and Covert Influence

29 November 2014 8:57 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

I have no recollection of the first film I saw in theatres. When I was two months old, my father passed over reruns of I Love Lucy in the middle of the night, only to lull me to sleep to Platoon. This might explain why heavy metal makes me drowsy now. According to my parents, the first movie they took me to see in theatres was Home Alone. I was two years old, and cried mercilessly every time Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern were on screen. At the age of seven, my older brother, Derek, let me watch Natural Born Killers. He was eleven, and we were borrowing our Snow Bird grandparents’ Pay Per View box. Our mother wasn’t pleased when she finally found out about this earlier this year.

Whether by my own curiosity, naiveté, or fortitude (or any combination thereof), I managed to watch some illicit stuff at a very young age. »

- Ariel Fisher

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5 Reasons Why Quentin Tarantino Shouldn’t Retire

18 November 2014 2:16 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Gavin Logan with five reasons why Quentin Tarantino shouldn’t retire…

Quentin Tarantino has recently hinted that he is thinking about retiring from making movies once he hits movie number ten. While I don’t truly believe a word of it, the thought of not having another Tarantino movie every couple of years make me want to cut off my own ear and repeatedly scream scripture into it. If it is indeed true (I applaud his noble reasons behind the retirement talk) then nobody has the right to tell him otherwise. However at the risk of sounding extremely selfish and because I thoroughly enjoy every one of his movies, the industry needs Quentin Tarantino and here’s 5 reasons why.

Casting:

Whether you like or dislike the man or his movies, the one thing you can’t argue with is the respect he has garnered from actors, writers, directors and everybody »

- Gavin Logan

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Clips Tease Trippy Experimental Horror Film Made Me Do It

6 November 2014 10:15 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The feature debut of Benjamin Koppin, upcoming indie film Made Me Do It is being described as a mix between Natural Born Killers and John Carpenter’s Halloween, with a little Psycho thrown into the mix. In other words, it’s a… Continue Reading →

The post Clips Tease Trippy Experimental Horror Film Made Me Do It appeared first on Dread Central. »

- John Squires

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Teaser Debut for the Indie Horror Film ‘Made Me Do It’

31 October 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Shock Till You Drop has received a first look at the independent horror film Made Me Do It. Below, check out a teaser trailer! In addition to the new promo, you can watch two film clips. When a masked killer attacks college student Ali Hooper and her little brother, they must uncover his painful past if they hope to survive the night.

"The film is in the same vein as the original Halloween with a mix of Psycho and Natural Born Killers," says director Benjamin Koppin. Filming took place in Los Angeles for six days with a few extra days allotted for additional shooting.

The post Teaser Debut for the Indie Horror Film ‘Made Me Do It’ appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

- Ryan Turek

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Giveaway – Win Natural Born Killers: The Director’s Cut on Blu-ray

23 October 2014 11:45 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Out now on Blu-ray, this Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s (Wbhe) 20th Anniversary release of Natural Born Killers contains two versions of the film (Theatrical version and Director’s Cut), a new high-def featurette Natural Born Killers: Method in the Madness, a rare glimpse provided by director Oliver Stone, editor Hank Corwin and technical advisor Dale Dye into the creative process that gave birth to this provocative piece of American cinema. And we’ve got a copy to give away!

This 1994 Venice Film Festival winner captures Stone’s hallucinogenic ride through the minds and exploits of two cold-blooded lovers (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis), and is a powerful, gut-grabbing look at how violence and crime are sensationalised and glamorised in the media.

© 1994 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Available to order on Amazon today: http://amzn.to/1rfnMlC

To be in with a chance of winning, firstly make »

- Gary Collinson

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Slideshow: Exclusive Red-Carpet Portraits at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival

23 October 2014 12:58 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Previous | Image 1 of 12 | NextFilmmaker and activist Michael Moore introduced ‘Roger and Me.’

Chicago – As the 2014 edition of the 50th Chicago International Film Festival ends on October 23rd, HollywoodChicago.com spotlights the Red Carpet events with a collection of Exclusive Portraits from photographer Joe Arce. Directors are highlighted, as filmmakers ranging from Oliver Stone to Michael Moore are featured.

Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

CIFF1: Filmmaker and activist Michael Moore introduced ‘Roger and Me.’ CIFF2: Actress Kathleen Turner at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival. CIFF3: Oliver Stone introduced his films ‘Natural Born Killers’ & ‘Alexander.’ CIFF4: Director Taylor Hackford presented his film ‘White Nights.’ CIFF5: Director Richard Lagravenese debuted ‘The Last 5 Years.’ CIFF6: Director Margarethe Von Trotta served on the International Feature Film jury. »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Win ‘Natural Born Killers’ On Blu-Ray!

22 October 2014 2:53 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Out now on Blu-ray, this Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s (Wbhe) 20th Anniversary release contains two versions of the film (Theatrical version and Director’s Cut), a new high-def featurette Natural Born Killers: Method in the Madness, a rare glimpse provided by director Oliver Stone, editor Hank Corwin and technical advisor Dale Dye into the creative process that gave birth to this provocative piece of American cinema.

This 1994 Venice Film Festival winner captures Stone’s hallucinogenic ride through the minds and exploits of two cold-blooded lovers (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis), and is a powerful, gut-grabbing look at how violence and crime are sensationalised and glamorised in the media.

Available to buy from Amazon today: http://amzn.to/1rfnMlC

© 1994 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

To be in with a chance of winning the Blu-ray, just tell us…Who directed Natural Born Killers?

A: Timothy Pebble

B: Betty »

- Dan Bullock

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Interview: Oliver Stone on the Red Carpet at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival

22 October 2014 9:16 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Love him or not, Oliver Stone is one of the most important directors of the last generation. The creator of “Born on the Fourth of July,” “JFK,” “Platoon,” “Nixon” and “Any Given Sunday” was at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival to introduce his director’s cut for “Alexander” and “Natural Born Killers.”

Oliver Stone at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival

Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

HollywoodChicago.com was on the Red Carpet – with photographer Joe Arce – to get a few questions with the amazing Mr. Stone, and as usual he delivers the goods.

HollywoodChicago.com: What is it about Chicago and the Chicago International Film Festival that is ideal to showcase your director’s cuts of ‘Alexander’ and ‘Natural Born Killers’?

Oliver Stone: The festival idea from [Founder] Michael Kutza means that Chicago was the forerunner of other big city film festivals, »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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50th Chicago International Film Festival Review – Natural Born Killers (1994)

18 October 2014 1:01 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Natural Born Killers, 1994.

Directed by Oliver Stone.

Starring Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Tom Sizemore, Robert Downey Jr, Tommy Lee Jones, and Rodney Dangerfield.

Synopsis:

Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media.

Natural Born Killers was selected as a special presentation at the 51st Chicago International Film Festival as the movie celebrates its 20th birthday, but what made revisiting this classic bloodbath barrage of violence so fun is that the message director Oliver Stone wanted to get across still exists in our world today. Oliver actually introduced the film in person, and described the production as him sick and tired of the media, venting out his frustrations by “throwing up on-screen”. Truthfully, there probably isn’t a better assessment of Natural Born Killers.

It is chaotically frenetic to the point where sometimes it actually feels over-stylized. To this day it is »

- Robert Kojder

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'Pulp Fiction' spawn: The best and worst of the Tarantino clones that followed

14 October 2014 1:58 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

When Pulp Fiction opened in theaters 20 years ago today, the mainstream moviegoing audience was introduced to a dynamic new Hollywood talent. Quentin Tarantino was a 31-year-old hipster whose formal film education never rose much higher than working as a clerk in a Manhattan Beach video store. A walking encyclopedia of film history who fetishized some of the more obscure genres, Tarantino had a gift for dialog and his own visual toolbox that expanded the language of cinematic storytelling. Pulp Fiction was the culmination of a two-year stretch where the director went from Nobody to Wunderkind, beginning with the Sundance premiere »

- Jeff Labrecque

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50 Years of the Chicago International Film Festival

13 October 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

This year marks the 50th anniversary of North America’s oldest competitive international film festival. From Oct. 9–23, Chicagoans can take in a vast array of stories old and new, long and short, near and far. Best of all? Tickets for the Chicago International Film Festival start at only $7 per film. “There are a couple of different things we’re doing this year,” festival programming director Mimi Plauché told Backstage. “One is a much larger number of retrospective, repertory screenings.” Hits such as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” which had its world premiere in Chicago in 1975, will be screened alongside entries for the New Directors Competition. Award-winning director Oliver Stone, whose student film premiered at the festival at the beginning of his career, will present “Alexander: Ultimate Edition” and a director’s cut of “Natural Born Killers,” as well as participate in talkbacks with audiences. “A lot of »

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The Callow Way – Television vs Film

12 October 2014 9:12 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

For modern life, add more smartphones.

Neil Calloway looks at a media debate for our times (and the early 1950s, if you’ve ever looked at Hollywood’s output during that era)…Television vs Film.

In a recent interview James Spader said that film was no longer a superior medium to television.

It’s easy to agree; we binge watch TV shows in the comfort of our own homes and rarely venture to the cinema; you can see why Spader, riding high as the star of The Blacklist rather than as an actor in forgettable films (come on, Sex, Lies and Videotape was more than twenty years ago; what’s he done recently? When did you last say “let’s go and see the new James Spader film”? When did you ever?) would think that. Coming out of Gone Girl last week, in which Neil Patrick Harris has a small but pivotal role, »

- Oliver Davis

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Daily | Chicago 2014

9 October 2014 7:34 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

The 50th anniversary edition of the Chicago International Film Festival, running from October 9-23, will feature, as Ray Pride notes, "notable appearances and master classes, including Michael Moore presenting his restored version of Roger & Me, a film that was nearly lost; producer-turned-online distributor Ted Hope talking about his memoir-manifesto, Hope For Film, and Oliver Stone, with a director’s cut of Natural Born Killers and Alexander: Ultimate Edition, a fourth version of his 2004 epic, reportedly with a warm handful of homoerotic content restored to its 207-minute duration. An Isabelle Huppert tribute will trail four features, including Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher and Claire Denis’s White Material, both shown in 35mm." » - David Hudson »

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Film News: Sneak Peek at the 50th Annual Chicago International Film Festival

7 October 2014 6:29 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – One of the finest places in the world to witness its best cinema is the Chicago International Film Festival, which is now hitting its golden year of 50. This year’s festival boasts a lineup of top tier entries from world renowned filmmakers, packaged in the distinct Chicago flavor that keeps the city on a level all its own.

The festivities begin on Thursday, October 9 with a presentation of Liv Ullman’s “Miss Julie,” an adaptation of the August Strindberg play starring Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain. With the film playing at Chicago’s Harris Theater, Ullman and Farrell are scheduled to walk the red carpet, along with “The Fugitive” director Andrew Davis and Academy Award-nominated actress Kathleen Turner.

A delicious lineup of films from around the world, adored at previous festivals and now ready for Chicago audiences, begin their presentation the next day (Friday October 10) with all festival screenings »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Oscar-winning 'Apollo 13' sound mixer set for career achievement honor

29 September 2014 11:21 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Whether you knew it or not, you've been listening to sound mixer David Macmillan's work for years. There's early stuff, like "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom," "Birdy" and "SpaceCamp" (yes!). There's recent stuff like "Twilight," "Hancock" and "The 40-Year-Old-Virgin." And there's the Oscar-winning stuff scattered throughout, like "The Right Stuff," "Speed" and "Apollo 13." The guy is a legend in the field, so of course he's a great fit for the Cinema Audio Society's (Cas) Career Achievement Award. Macmillan began his career over half a century ago as an apprentice in Canadian television before eventually connecting with Francis Ford Coppola. The "Godfather" director was in the process of building American Zoetrope in San Francisco and hired Macmillan to run the company's mixing facility. From there, his career took off. He has more than 80 feature films to his credit, the three aforementioned Oscars (he won every time he was nominated), collaborations with Oliver Stone, »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Tommy Lee Jones’ latest filmmaking effort, ‘The Homesman’, gets a new trailer

12 September 2014 3:01 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Known for roles in a variety of features such as Coal Miner’s Daughter, Natural Born Killers, and No Country For Old Men, actor Tommy Lee Jones stepped behind the camera for the big screen for the first time in 2005 with The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. For his next feature, Jones will be pulling triple duty, as he not only directed the feature, he also stars in it and has written the screenplay. Titled The Homesman, the movie revolves around two people in the Old West who work together to transport three insane women across dangerous terrain. Joining Jones onscreen is Hilary Swank, Meryl Streep, and John Lithgow, and the movie is set to open in limited release in American theatres on November 14, and screen at the Toronto International Film Festival. A new trailer for the movie has now been released, focusing on the relationship between the leads and »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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