6 items from 2012
0:00 - Intro 6:15 - Review: Argo 32:10 - Review: Samsara 50:45 - Review: The Imposter 1:12:45 - Other Stuff We Watched: The Master, Beasts of the Southern Wild, 30 Minutes or Less, Jaws, The Shining, The Mummy, Child's Play, Little Shop of Horrors, Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight, Prometheus, The Poughkeepsie Tapes, In the Mood for Love, E.T. 1:53:20 - Junk Mail: Best War Movies for Each War, Favourite Altered Studio Logo Intros, What Qualifies as a Horror Movie, Movies We Haven't Seen Out of Fear, Does Poutine Ruin Regular Fries and Ketchup for You, Rapid Fire Director vs. Director, Moviegod, This or That Round 2 2:21:40 - This Week on DVD and Blu-ray 2:27:45 - Outro
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We return from our week long break and from Fantastic Fest 2012 from Austin, TX. In this episode we talk about the films we saw at Fantastic Fest like Antiviral, American Mary, Sinister, Cloud Atlas, Looper, The Conspiracy and many more.
What We’ve Been Watching (1:35)
Michael: The Master, Looper (again), Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight
Picks of the Week for October 16, 2012 (18:31)
Munsters reboot ‘Mockingbird Lane’ no longer a series, but a TV special Foxx, Waltz, and Even Jonah Hill Cut Loose in the New Trailer for ‘Django Unchained’ Mother wants us to tell you about the ‘Hitchcock’ trailer Check out the trailer for the ‘Tarantino Xx’ Blu-Ray Set James Wan’s ‘The Conjuring’ Gets a New Summer Release Date Local Horror: »
- Andy Triefenbach
The "Instruments" have claimed two new players.
Turner joins the production in the role of Luke Garroway, a calm and level-headed surrogate father figure of sorts to our heroine, Clary Fray. He also happens to be a ... well, we don't be the ones to give that away if you don't already know.
Pounder will be playing Madame Dorothea, Clary's crafty downstairs neighbor who moonlights as a storefront "Seeress and Prophetess," though her tarot cards and crystal balls serve as a front for the powerful position she actually does hold in the secret society of Downworlders.
- Bryan Enk
Once in a generation, there is born a talent so great, so astounding, that it cannot be stopped. When I think back on the pantheon of actors in the world, one name tops my list...
Zane. Billy Zane.
The bad boy baldy has played some of the most crucial and instrumental roles in the great rolodex of film, gifting us with unforgettable moments that have warmed viewers' tender hearts on the coldest of nights.
With "Titanic" back in theaters, my mind is not on Leo and Kate (sorry Jack, I totally let go), but on the most inZane man on the planet. In honor of the return of his most iconic role to date, I present to you, the top five greatest Billy Zane moments ever captured on film.
1986: “Back to the Future”
The role that began it all, and what a role it was. Let me guess, you »
- Brian Phares
Apparently it's not a bad thing for your professional career to be attached at the hip to Christopher Nolan. After getting his start as a cinematographer on a handful of Roger Corman films, Wally Pfister's big break came after meeting Christopher Nolan at Sundance and working with him on Memento. From there, he has served as Dp on every single one of Nolan's films, gathering more and more acclaim until he finally won an Oscar for his work on Inception just last year. Now it looks like the Pfister is finally about to take the next logical step and make the jump to director, as he has finalized a deal to helm an as-of-yet untitled movie for Alcon Entertainment. Alcon co-founders Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove had this to say about the project: "We have been talking to Wally about making his directorial debut with Alcon for over a »
Bonus reminder: Ernest Dickerson is great.
Hey, Walking Dead fans! Did you remember that AMC’s tremendous televisual smash has returned for the back half of it’s second season? Oh, right. You — and everyone else — certainly did! Good work!
This Sunday’s episode, titled “18 Miles Out”, was directed by Tfh guru Ernest Dickerson. I’m on record as saying that The Walking Dead is one of television’s best directed shows. Television’s not a director’s medium, so it speaks volumes of the pool of director’s The Walking Dead has established have broad some assured — often startling and tense and frequently wonderful — filmmaking to the series. You can quibble with the writing and the acting and all the other parts of the show you want — everything except the effects, which Greg Nicotero and company routinely make fantastic – but there’s really no denying that this show brings the thunder to television directing. »
6 items from 2012
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