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“This is not a documentary,” Alfonso Cuaron said of his new movie Gravity to CollectSpace.com. No kidding. Nobody in a documentary talks the way George Clooney and Sandra Bullock do in this spectacular yet sometimes silly space-set thriller. But I’d love for it to be a gateway to some great documentaries about astronauts and Nasa missions and the like, so I’ve compiled a list of favorites that are relevant to the plot. Sure, I could have opened this week’s Movies to Watch list to fiction films, too, but there is less need for me to highlight obvious movies like Apollo 13 and Space Buddies. Also, I’d like to use this opportunity to give a shout out to Dan Schindel’s Doc Option column over at our sister site Nonfics. This week he chose to recommend two true stories for your listening pleasure that relate to Gravity because they involve spacewalks gone wrong »
- Christopher Campbell
By Stan Goodrich, MoreHorror.com
Sergio Candido has announced that the cast and crew of his newest suspense film have been signed and that his newest suspense film,, “Visions Evilutions,” a fast moving action horror film will soon begin filming. “Visions Evilutions,” written by Sergio Candido, has all the components of a horror classic, including suspense, unpredictability, strong storyline, non-stop action, eeriness and great special effects.
Candido wrote, produced and directed an original musical, “Broadway Good and Evil,” in the late 1990’s. A hit, it played for months to sold-out Off-Broadway audiences. Since moving to California in 2006, Candido has been in over 50 musicals, commercials and film as a lead actor or director. Most recently, he played Jekyll in “Jekyll and Hyde the Musical” at the Village Theatre in Orange. He also won “DJ of the Year” in 2010 and was nominated again in 2012.
For his newest film, Candido has contracted the services of friend, »
Bless you, direct-to-dvd industry, for churning out endlessly amusing extensions of movies that never should have been franchises in the first place. An EW staffer casually mentioned the third Ace Ventura movie earlier today, inspiring a group of us to reminisce about the most random sequels we could think of — sequels many of us were hearing about for the first time.
And so, in honor of both these little-discussed gems and the gift that is Friday afternoon, here’s a list of the genre’s most unassuming entries. Caution: It’s about to get all nostalgic up in here. (Like that’s a surprise. »
- Hillary Busis
3 items from 2013
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