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'Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses' Comes to Blu-ray and DVD April 8th

'Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses' Comes to Blu-ray and DVD April 8th
Danny Trejo (Machete) and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) star in the action-packed follow-up to the 2012 cult hit Bad Ass with Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses, sucker punching its way onto Digital HD March 25 and on Blu-ray and DVD April 8 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Returning writer and director Craig Moss (Breaking Wind, 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) brings our two unlikely heroes together to deliver the most hard-hitting, butt-kicking movie experience to hit home entertainment this year.

Vietnam vet Frank Vega (Trejo) now runs an East L.A. community center where he trains young boxers to survive in and out of the ring. But when his prize student falls in with the wrong crowd and turns up dead, Frank teams up with his pal Bernie (Glover) to take matters into their own fists and prove that justice never gets old.
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Stella Pond in Twi-Parody Trailer: Funny?

Twilight parody trailer: Twiharder (image: John Gearries and Tanya Zoeller in Twiharder) [See previous post: "Twilight Parody vs. Lionsgate and Summit: $500 Million Lawsuit."] Say what you will about the productions values found in (or missing from) the Twiharder clip below, but you must admit that in the first scene leading lady Tanya Zoeller does a really good imitation of Kristen Stewart’s voice and mannerisms (e.g., lip-biting). And I gotta admit that I found kinda kinky-funny watching Christopher Sean’s use of his abs to stop the bleeding on the forehead of Zoeller’s Stella Pond. Edward Cullen parodist John Gearries, for his part, does a pretty good imitation of John Gilbert in His Glorious Night, repeating "I love you" ad nauseam. Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly’s Singin’ in the Rain, by the way, had Kelly parodying John Gilbert in that early talkie. Now, why didn’t anyone try to stop them? Well, a key reason is that the
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DVD Review: 30 Nights Of Paranormal Activity With The Devil Inside The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

30 Nights Of Paranormal Activity With The Devil Inside The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Stars: Kathryn Fiore, Flip Schultz, Olivia Alexander, Arturo del Puerto, Danny Woodburn, French Stewart | Written and Directed by Craig Moss

Picking up where the Scary Movie franchise left off, horror spoof 30 Nights Of Paranormal Activity With The Devil Inside The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo sees Dana (Fiore) begin to battle her demons and try to move on with her life as she moves back into her haunted childhood home. Dana’s past is coloured by her father’s (Stewart) slaughter of the entire cast of The Artist during during an exorcism, but will returning to the scene of the crime help her to battle the demons that haunt her family? Or will it unleash a new terror? The terror of a bad spoof movie!

30 Nights Of Paranormal Activity With The Devil Inside The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
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More 'Twilight Saga' odds and ends in news

More 'Twilight Saga' odds and ends in news
Here's a round-up of some more Twilight-related odds and ends in news! Ashley Greene goes GQ Ashley Greene is featured in the latest issue of GQ, and in her interview she talked about a recent audition she did (perhaps for Satanic?) which went a little sideways but was ultimately successful for her: "I broke someone's wa ... g to People, Peter Facinelli snuck his parents into a recent screening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 an ... vie called Breaking Wind (which, by the way, went straight to DVD after Lionsgate purchased Summit Entertainment - conflict of interest, much?). NextMovie has something a bit funnie ...
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Fearless Forecast: Can Brad Pitt 'Kill' Vampires 'Softly'?

This a short rendition of the normal Fearless Forecast because the new releases are just limited and/or don’t really appeal to a broad audience. So, based on that analysis Twilight: Breaking Wind Part 2 will once again earn the top spot, albeit at a low number.

Though Breaking Wind Part 2 will stay on top with the number one spot, second place is where the battleground is. Skyfall has held onto the second place spot for some time now and will have to duke it out with newcomer Rise of the Guardians.
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DVD Review: Bad Ass

Bad Ass

Stars: Danny Trejo, Charles S. Dutton, Patrick Fabian, Joyful Drake, John Duffy, Harrison Page, Richard Riehle, Winter Ave Zoli, Danny Woodburn, Ron Perlman | Written and Directed by Craig Moss

Decorated Vietnam hero Frank Vega (Trejo) returns home only to get shunned by society, leaving him without a job or his high school sweetheart. It’s not until forty years later when an incident on a commuter bus propels him into the public eye, making him a local hero and he is celebrated once again. The elation is short-lived however when suddenly his best friend Klondike (Page) is murdered and with the police not doing much about it, Frank decides to take matters into his own hands…

Based on the “Epic Beard Man” video that hit YouTube in 2010 and went viral, Bad Ass comes from writer director Craig Moss, whose previous efforts included the hilarious spoof The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It
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DVD Review: Breaking Wind – Part 1

Breaking Wind: Part 1

Stars: Heather Ann Davis, Eric Callero, Frank Pacheco, Michael Adam Hamilton, Alice Rietveld | Written and Directed by Craig Moss

Directed by Craig Moss, the man behind The 41 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked-Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, Breaking Wind: Part 1 is, like Vampires Suck before it, a spoof of the blockbuster Twilight franchise and follows Bella – who finds herself the object of everyone’s affection including Edward Colon, Jacob the overweight but girthy werewolf and Little Edward the three foot six pint sized version of Edward. If that wasn’t enough to worry about, Bella and the gang soon realise that an army of freshly turned vampires (Noobs) are making their way down from Seattle to Forks to kill Bella after tracking her scent from her only copy of ‘Ebony Thunder’ magazine. Both the Colons and the Werewolves must come together to protect Bella,
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On the Scene at the Razzies: Our intrepid reporter tackles Hollywood's smallest night

On the Scene at the Razzies: Our intrepid reporter tackles Hollywood's smallest night
Even if you only remotely follow Hollywood’s awards season, you know that the Razzies are the anti-Oscars. Now in its 32nd year, the Razzies dis-honor the year’s worst films and performances with a tacky little homemade-seeming trophy topped with a golden raspberry.

But the differences, as I found out last night when I covered movie’s smallest night, do not end there. Oh no, all awards ceremonies are not created equal, I assure you. I’m not sure what should have been my first clue — the new April Fool’s Day observance date, the parking in a public
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Competition: Win ‘Breaking Wind’ on DVD

From the director who brought you The 41 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Superbad About It, comes a wildly funny spoof of the blockbuster Twilight franchise, Breaking Wind – which is released on DVD today, offers some light relief to all those suffering from Twilight fatigue.

Breaking Wind follows Bella, who finds herself as the object of everyone’s affections: from an eerily Pattinson-esque Edward, Jacob the overweight but girthy werewolf, to Edward’s pint-sized (but oddly sinister) miniature alter ego Little Edward. Raunchy hilarity ensues when Bella’s life is threatened by the vengeful Victoria and her gang of blood sucking Vampire ‘Noobs’, and Edward and Jacob must put aside their differences to save her. Again.

Brought to you by Revolver Entertainment, directed by Craig Moss and starring Heather Ann Davis, Danny Trejo, Eric Callero, Emma Bell and Frank Pacheco, this tongue-in-cheek Twilight parody will appeal to Twi-hards and haters alike.
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What to Buy This Week: DVD and Blu-ray releases for April 2nd 2012

Another week, another Monday. So it’s time for the rundown of DVDs and Blu-ray’s hitting stores online and offline this week. It’s another packed week, with plenty of movies waiting to take you money, so let us breakdown the new releases and highlight what you should – and shouldn’t – be buying from today, April 2nd 2012.

Picks Of The Week

The best of this weeks releases include the UK DVD debuts of two movies not available to rent.buy since the days of VHS and a brand new zombie comedy…

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama (DVD)

There are no freshmen in the college of love, and they’re about to graduate to madcap mayhem when a sorority prank goes crazy. Out to steal a trophy from a local bowling alley, the kids accidentally unleash the imp – a sadistic little spirit with a diabolical sense of humor. He
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Breaking Wind

It turns out there is a caliber of filmmaker out there who aren’t merely as bad as Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer (the “creative” minds behind Epic Movie, Meet the Spartans, etc.), but who could take a few lessons from them on how to improve their craft. Friedberg and Seltzer have long taken flack for their horrible films which don’t so much satirize as they do copy and paste pop culture trends into a hodgepodge of characters and events and then call it a comedy. The jokes don’t even need to be relevant to what’s going on. And now, with Twilight on the verge of its climactic finish, it seems everyone’s trying to sink their teeth in the parody craze while it’s still funny. Only, it hasn’t been funny since long before Friedberg and Seltzer made Vampires Suck, and it’s even less
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What to Watch this Week: Cinema releases for March 30th 2012

It’s Friday, so you know what that means – lots more films released in cinemas across the country! Yes, after last weeks box-office behemoth that was The Hunger Games this week seems positively chock-full of movies to suit every taste – from animation to fantasy, dance flicks to documentaries, there literally is something for everyone in the latest cinema releases. Here’s the highlights:

Nationwide Releases: The Pirates! In an Adventure With Scientists

Hugh Grant, starring in his first animated role, is the luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain – a boundlessly enthusiastic, if somewhat less-than-successful, terror of the High Seas. With a rag-tag crew at his side (Martin Freeman, Brendan Gleeson, Russell Tovey, and Ashley Jensen), and seemingly blind to the impossible odds stacked against him, the Captain has one dream: to beat his bitter rivals Black Bellamy (Jeremy Piven) and Cutlass Liz (Salma Hayek) to the much coveted Pirate Of The Year Award.
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UK Cinema Release Round-up – 30th March

There wasn’t a whole lot on offer last week with Hunger Games unequivocally eclipsing all the other releases. It’s received fairly unanimously positive reviews and looks like being the first box-office smash of the summer. Meanwhile both The Kid With a Bike and Wild Bill have received their own fair share of plaudits and would appear to be well worth seeking out.

This time out though there’s a wide range of releases hitting the screens ranging from big-budget mythological blockbuster and animated piracy adventure to hard-hitting prison documentary and a ghastly looking vampire spoof.

If you want to check to see if any of these films are playing near you, you can visit Find Any Film and they’ll be able to help.

The Pirates : In an Adventure with Scientists *Pick of the Week* Iframe Embed for Youtube

The latest offering from Aardman Animation sees them
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Breaking Dawn… or Breaking Wind? The Twilight Saga Continues!

From the director who brought you The 41 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Superbad About It, comes a wildly funny spoof of the blockbuster Twilight franchise. Due to be released on DVD on Monday 2nd April 2012, Breaking Wind offers some light relief to all those suffering from Twilight fatigue.

Breaking Wind follows Bella, who finds herself as the object of everyone’s affections: from an eerily Pattinson-esque Edward, Jacob the overweight but girthy werewolf, to Edward’s pint-sized (but oddly sinister) miniature alter ego Little Edward. Raunchy hilarity ensues when Bella’s life is threatened by the vengeful Victoria and her gang of blood sucking Vampire ‘Noobs’, and Edward and Jacob must put aside their differences to save her. Again.

Brought to you by Revolver Entertainment, directed by Craig Moss and starring Heather Ann Davis, Danny Trejo, Eric Callero, Emma Bell and Frank Pacheco, this tongue-in-cheek
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'The Bodyguard,' 'A Dangerous Method' and 'Extremely Loud' Hit DVD and Blu-ray Today

David Lean Directs Noel Coward (Criterion Collection)

In Which We Serve, This Happy Breed, Blithe Spirit, Brief Encounter In this bunch I have only seen Brief Encounter and I loved it. It's a film I would include in a recommended session alongside Before Sunset although Before Sunset is a superior film in my mind. As for the others, I am looking forward to giving them a watch and will be doing so shortly. I tried to find some time yesterday to begin watching This Happy Breed, but the clock was working against me.

 

Corman's World I wouldn't necessarily say this is a must buy, but it is without a doubt a must rent if only for the Jack Nicholson portion alone. To see cool guy Nicholson break down and start crying while talking about Corman is all I think I really need to say about this film to get you to watch it.
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DVD Blu-Ray, March 27: 'Casablanca' 70th Anniversary, 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close'

The week's biggest release is not a new flick straight from the theater desperate to recoup some profits, but a collector's edition of one of the greatest movies of all time. Whether you're DVD or Blu-ray, streaming or rental, we've got the breakdown on all the home entertainment releases for the week -- as well as a special exclusive look at the "Casablanca" 70th anniversary Blu-ray box set. Moviefone's New Release Pick of the Week "Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel" What's It About? "Corman's World" offers a comprehensive look at the king of Hollywood B-movies, Roger Corman; the documentary features interviews with everyone from Jack Nicholson to Martin Scorsese ruminating on the filmmaker's long and notorious career. See It Because: It's an amazingly entertaining exploration of one of the most fascinating corners of film history. While the highbrow merits of Corman's movies are practically non-existent, his prolific and
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Exclusive: Breaking Wind: Unrated Director's Cut Video Clip!

Exclusive: Breaking Wind: Unrated Director's Cut Video Clip!
We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming Lionsgate comedy Breaking Wind, which will be available on DVD, Digital Download, and video on demand in its Unrated Director's Cut March 27. This spoof pokes fun at The Twilight Saga, which you can see in this scene where an annoying Bella (Heather Ann Davis) gets knocked out by one of the Cullen's.

Breaking Wind: Exclusive: Don't You Ever Die?

The love triangle of mortals, vampires and werewolves must be cast aside when the beloved Bella is in danger. Again. This time a gang of bloodsucking newborns threatens her life, and the two loves of her life are forced to put their differences aside to save her. Again.

Special Features:

Audio commentary with the writer/director and cast

Behind-the-scenes featurette

"The Heart Warming Embrace of Edward and Jacob" featurette

Breaking Wind comes to theaters March 27th, 2012 and stars Heather Ann Davis, Eric Callero,
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Exclusive: Breaking Wind Video Clip!

Exclusive: Breaking Wind Video Clip!
We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming Lionsgate comedy Breaking Wind, which will be available on DVD March 27. This spoof pokes fun at The Twilight Saga, which you can see in this scene where an annoying Bella (Heather Ann Davis) gets knocked out by one of the Cullen's.

Breaking Wind: Exclusive: Don't You Ever Die?

The love triangle of mortals, vampires and werewolves must be cast aside when the beloved Bella is in danger. Again. This time a gang of bloodsucking newborns threatens her life, and the two loves of her life are forced to put their differences aside to save her. Again.

Special Features:

Audio commentary with the writer/director and cast

Behind-the-scenes featurette

"The Heart Warming Embrace of Edward and Jacob" featurette

Breaking Wind comes to theaters March 27th, 2012 and stars Heather Ann Davis, Eric Callero, Frank Pacheco, Michael Hamilton, Alice Rietveld, John Stevenson, Rebecca Ann Johnson,
See full article at MovieWeb »

This week's new films

Michael (18)

(Markus Schleinzer) Michael Fuith, David Rauchenberger, Gisella Salcher. 96 mins

The daily routine of an Austrian paedophile who keeps a young boy locked in his cellar was hardly something anyone was queuing up to see, but this challenges us, and itself, to take a look. At the same time, it thankfully averts its gaze from scenes of actual abuse. There are keen observations on parenting, privacy, power relations and more, but the flat, factual approach verges on dull, and the absence of empathy ultimately just leaves you feeling grubby. So get in line for the grimmest movie of the year!

This Means War (12A)

(McG, 2012, Us) Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon. 98 mins

Two suspiciously close CIA buddies fall out when they discover they're dating the same woman – cue the misuse of government equipment and their own combat skills for one-upmanship. The romcom high concept is novel for a good reason: it's completely ridiculous.
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

DVD Release: Breaking Wind

DVD Release Date: March, 27, 2012

Price: DVD $26.98

Studio: Lionsgate

Heather Ann Davis vamps for Eric Callero in Breaking Wind.

The 2011 comedy movie Breaking Wind is the inevitable parody film of the Twilight vampire saga.

Like the Twilight books and film, Breaking Wind revolves around a love triangle of mortals, vampires and werewolves — all of which must be put on hold when the beloved Bella (Heather Ann Davis, TV’s The Lake) finds herself in danger (for a change). This time, a gang of bloodsucking newborns threatens her safety, and the two loves of her life are forced to put their differences aside to save her. Again.

Directed by Craig Moss, who helmed the 2010 spoof The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, Breaking Wind features a slew of stars who’ve made their bones on TV, including Davis, Eric Callero (TV’s Terminator: The Sarah Conner
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