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10 items from 2014


DVD Obscura: The Indie and International Movies You Should Watch This Month

9 June 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

New Indie: It racked up lots of buzz on the film festival circuit, and now Cheap Thrills (Drafthouse Films) makes it to DVD for those who missed its theatrical run earlier this year. This exceedingly dark comedy follows two old pals (played by Pat Healy and Ethan Embry) who find themselves pushed by economic circumstances into accepting increasingly dangerous and degrading bets and dares from an eccentric rich couple (David Koechner and Sara Paxton) over the course of one unforgettable night. In one sense, the film is a close cousin to that episode of “Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected” that inspired the Quentin Tarantino segment of Four Rooms, but Cheap Thrills definitely has chutzpah, constantly upping its own sleazy ante and leaving us wondering if...

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- Alonso Duralde

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BAFTA TV Awards attract 5.1m, down 900k from last year

19 May 2014 2:36 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The 2014 BAFTA TV Awards were down around 900,000 viewers from last year, overnight data reveals.

The awards ceremony attracted 5.1 million (23.5%) at 8pm, while Countryfile topped the evening overall with 5.7m (31.3%) at 7pm.

On ITV, Catchphrase entertained 3.0m (18.1%) at 6.45pm (149k/0.5% on +1). Off Their Rockers amused 2.9m (15.5%) at 7.30pm (120k/0.5%).

The Vera finale was seen by 5.2m (23.5%) at 8pm (308k/1.6%), followed by Perspectives with 1.6m (9.9%) at 10pm (142k/1.8%).

Channel 4's Four Rooms attracted 703k (3.9%) at 7pm (212k/1.0%), while For the Love of Cars was seen by 950k (4.4%) at 8pm (195k/0.9%). Fargo's latest episode appealed to 1.0m (4.7%) at 9pm (201k/1.4%).

On Channel 5, X2 thrilled 1.1m (5.1%) at 7.30pm (201k/1.0%). 21 Jump Street attracted 965k (8.5%) at 10pm (107k/1.9%).

BBC Three's Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End brought in 985k (4.7%) at 7.30pm, followed by In the Flesh with 367k (2.4%) at 10pm. »

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Alexandre Rockwell Is the Latest Indie Film Legend To Turn To Kickstarter

24 March 2014 7:00 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

“I am positive that if my mentor John Cassevetes were around today he would use Kickstarter to make his films.” Whether Alexandre Rockwell‘s statement about Cassavetes is true or not (we’ll never know), it hardly seems implausible as we see yet another indie film legend going the crowdfunding route. It’s been a long time since Rockwell was a significant name in cinema, but he’ll always be remembered as an important member of the Sundance class of ’92, his quirky black and white feature In the Soup winning the grand jury prize that year over strong contenders like Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs and Allison Anders’s Gas, Food Lodging. He then came up with the idea for the anthology feature Four Rooms, on which he collaborated with Tarantino, Anders and Robert Rodriguez. More recently, he directed the Peter Dinklage comedy Pete Smalls Is Dead. His latest project, which »

- Christopher Campbell

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Big Kahuna Burger commercial for From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series

24 March 2014 2:16 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

We've heard it mentioned in Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Four Rooms, Death Proof, From Dusk Till Dawn and The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, and now the Big Kahuna Burger will open for business tomorrow night as it makes its on screen debut in a commercial during the third episode of the El Rey Network's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. But we don't have to wait that long, as the commercial (written and directed by Robert Rodriguez) has arrived online, and you can watch it right here...

From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series airs on the El Rey Network on Tuesday nights. »

- Gary Collinson

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Coronation Street, Broadchurch, Idris Elba win Rts Awards - full winners list

18 March 2014 5:47 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Coronation Street, Broadchurch's Olivia Colman and Luther actor Idris Elba were the big winners at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards on Tuesday (March 18) at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Broadchurch won the award for Drama Serial, with Colman picking up the Female Actor prize. Educating Yorkshire won Best Documentary Series as star Michael Steer hit out at Education Secretary Michael Gove in his acceptance speech.

Corrie, which was nominated alongside Casualty and Emmerdale, followed its previous Best Soap wins this year at the NTAs, Broadcast and Tric Awards with the Soap and Continuing Drama gong.

Other winners on the night included Elba taking the Male Actor award for his role in Luther, Brendan O'Carroll for Comedy Performance for Mrs Brown's Boys and Plebs for Scripted Comedy.

Game of Thrones claimed the International Award, Alan Carr won the prize for Entertainment Performance for Chatty Man and Stephen Fry »

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Review: Absurdly Nihilistic 'Cheap Thrills' Starring David Koechner, Sara Paxton, Pat Healy & More

18 March 2014 2:09 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It was only a matter of time before the recent hyper-raunchy comedy style exemplified by "The Hangover" (and repurposed, in watered-down form, for things like "Identity Thief" and "Horrible Bosses"), would take a dark, seedily indie-movie turn. And that's what "Cheap Thrills" really is: it's the hysterical, son-of-"Jackass" tomfoolery of "The Hangover" taken to an absurdly nihilistic degree. For the most part it works, despite some tonal wobbliness, although it should be noted that "Cheap Thrills" is not for the squeamish or easily offended.The plot of "Cheap Thrills" is the stuff of a million hastily scribbled short stories (it also bears, at least in passing, a superficial resemblance to the Quentin Tarantino section of anthology movie "Four Rooms")—a schlub and new father (Pat Healy from "The Innkeepers") is facing total financial ruin. He's about to get evicted from his apartment and he goes to ask his boss »

- Drew Taylor

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Broadchurch leads Rts Programme Awards nominations

4 March 2014 6:11 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Olivia Colman and Jodie Whittaker hailed for ITV crime drama, while Channel 4 receives more nods than any other broadcaster

ITV's murder mystery drama Broadchurch is leading the field in the Royal Television Society Programme Awards nominations with a quartet of nods.

With 19 nominations, Channel 4 had more than any other broadcaster in the shortlists published on Tuesday. BBC1 had 12 nominations with seven for BBC2, eclipsed by 10 (across all its channels) for BSkyB. ITV bagged 15 nominations, with four for ITV2.

Broadchurch star Olivia Colman was nominated for best actress, alongside her fellow Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker, and Sharon Rooney, for E4's My Mad Fat Teenage Diary in her first major TV role.

Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall is nominated for best drama writer (along with Dennis Kelly for Utopia and Marlon Smith and Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan for Run, both on Channel 4) with the ITV show also in the running for best drama serial, »

- John Plunkett

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Broadchurch leads Royal Television Society Awards nominations

4 March 2014 2:24 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

ITV thriller Broadchurch leads the nominations for this year's Royal Television Society Programme Awards.

The ceremony, hosted by Tim Vine, will be held on March 18 at Grosvenor House and honours excellence across all genres of television programming.

Broadchurch is up for four awards including Drama Serial, while Chris Chinball - who penned the murder mystery series - is nominated for Drama Writer.

The show's stars Olivia Coleman and Jodie Whittaker have both been recognised in the Female Actor category, alongside My Mad Fat Diary actress Sharon Rooney.

BBC dramas Top of the Lake and In the Flesh will go up against Broadchurch for Drama Serial, while My Mad Fat Diary, Peaky Blinders and Utopia have received nods for Drama Series.

HBO's Game of Thrones has been nominated in the International category, alongside Storyville - Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer and Channel 4's The Returned.

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway is up for Entertainment, »

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Looking back at big screen Roald Dahl adaptations

1 March 2014 12:56 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Mark Harrison 3 Mar 2014 - 07:02

From James Bond to Willy Wonka, Matilda to The Witches, we chart the big screen work of Roald Dahl...

Roald Dahl has often been referred to as one of the greatest storytellers for children in the 20th century. His books have delighted children for generations, with their dark and inventive sense of humour and their eccentric, dastardly adult characters.

Likewise, his written work for adults has just as much wit and creativity, and over the years, he also worked as a screenwriter on a number of projects, including TV work on Alfred Hitchcock Presents and his own anthology series, Roald Dahl's Tales Of The Unexpected.

Given how it doesn't even take the likes of J.K. Rowling and Stephanie Meyer five years to have their popular works adapted by Hollywood, there has inevitably been an extensive crossover between Dahl's written work and the big screen. »

- sarahd

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Quentin Tarantino Ditches New Western After Script Leaks

22 January 2014 6:50 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Quentin Tarantino's plans for making another Western have quickly gone south. After telling Jay Leno in November that the experience of making Django Unchained had inspired him to want to make another film in the genre, he's made an about face. Deadline reports that the director was so upset when the script for The Hateful Eight leaked, that he no longer wishes to make the movie right now. The script was given to a small pool of actors and he learned of the leak when his manager began receiving »

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