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New NCIS Los Angeles Season 6,Episode 5 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 5 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Black Budget," and it sounds like things will get pretty intriguing as the NCIS:La team work to uncover the motive behind a shooting at the Department Of Defense, and more. In the new, 5th episode press release: Callen and Sam are going to head to Mexico to track down the only employee who managed to escape a professional shooting at the department of defense. Press release number 2: Callen and Sam will head to Mexico to track down the only employee who managed to escape a professional shooting at the Department of Defense. In the meantime, the rest of the team is going to work to uncover the motive behind the shooting. Magician Bill Malone and John Billingsley guest star. Guest stars will feature: Tim Griffin (Unit Leader
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'In the Name of the King 3' Interview with Director Uwe Boll | Exclusive

'In the Name of the King 3' Interview with Director Uwe Boll | Exclusive
Are we done hating director Uwe Boll yet? Despite a spat of truly awful genre fare back in the early 2000s, the notorious German filmmaker has been on quite a role lately, delivering some of the best movies of his career. He's finally making what he really wants to make, and some of those films, like Rampage and Assault on Wall Street are truly inspired personal works that highlight his strengths as a visionary and storyteller. He has a distinct voice, and when the material fits, he's quite adept at bringing a powerful message to the screen.

This good work has leaked into his latest offering, despite it being a franchise sequel to one of his earlier groaners. 2009's In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale might not have registered very high with critics, but it truly capture the imagination of video game fans everywhere, and proved
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'Blubberella 2' Is Not Happening Says Uwe Boll

'Blubberella 2' Is Not Happening Says Uwe Boll
A sequel to Blubberella once seemed like a definite thing, but no one is really asking for it. It will forever be a one-off cult movie buried on Netflix, and despite it continuing to grow a steady audience, that strong fanbase seems so ashamed that they love the movie, they're afraid to ask for a follow-up. And maybe that's an okay thing.

The movie was envisioned as a direct-to-video franchise way back in 2011. A throwaway joke capable of earning quick cash with its quirky premise. The storyline followed a woman so obese, her footsteps caused explosions. In the movie, she takes on a Nazi army with her trusty duel swords, ready to slice anyone that makes fun of her.

Director Uwe Boll is pretty confident a sequel will never happen.

The film was shot simultaneously with Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, using the same sets and actors. A director who likes
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Sweet Talk Movie Review

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Sweet Talk Movie Review
Title: Sweet Talk Director: Terri Hanauer Starring: Natalie Zea, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Lindsay Hollister, Karen Austin, Time Winters, John Glover An art piece that, if it were made at a certain time in the 1980s and leaned a lot more prurient would definitely co-star Mickey Rourke, “Sweet Talk” is a talky two-hander about romance and sexual desire, as played out in a rangy series of conversations over a 12-hour period between a phone sex operator and one of her customers. Billed as “as true as you want it to be” in an opening credits title card, this well-intentioned actors’ showcase, a metaphor for finding north on one’s compass, works more [ Read More ]

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Exclusive: Natalie Zea Talks Sweet Talk

Exclusive: Natalie Zea Talks Sweet Talk
Natalie Zea is having one hell of a 2013, shining in hit TV shows such as Justified, The Following, Under the Dome and even shooting a new Amazon Studios pilot entitled The Rebels. If that wasn't enough for one year, the talented actress also stars in the unique and compelling indie drama Sweet Talk, which debuts in limited release December 13 before arriving on VOD formats December 15. The actress delivers another terrific performance as Delilah, a phone sex operator who takes an unlikely journey through an intricate fantasy world with a struggling writer (Jeffrey Vincent Parise) looking for inspiration. I recently had the chance to speak with Natalie Zea over the phone about her experiences on the set, being glued to the phone all day, and much more.

I recently had the chance to see this, and I really loved it.

Natalie Zea: Oh, good! Thanks.

Before you even read the script,
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Birds of a Feather | Review - Dffla 2012

Director: Anthony Meindl Starring: Anthony Meindl, Lindsay Frame, Danielle Hoover, Lindsay Hollister Mark (Anthony Meindl) and Julie (Lindsay Frame) are almost 40-years old. Their aspirations of becoming stars of the stage are looking less and less likely, especially for Mark who ran away from the theater 10 years ago and never looked back. Julie, however, wants more last go at her theatrical career; but she does not want to do it without Mark. It starts with just one step. They must overcome their fear of rejection and failure. It's all or nothing. There is no plan B. The show must go one! But will they just end up right back where they started?
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‘Harold and Kumar’ Director Premieres Online Short ‘The Master Cleanse’

Todd Strauss-Schulson, the director of Harold and Kumar 3D, released an online short, The Master Cleanse. With its clever tagline, "shit's about to get real," The Master Cleanse features a couple whose relationship faces the ultimate test as the pair embarks on a juice cleanse weight loss diet. The project stars Will Greenberg and Amanda Walsh as the couple Scott and Kelly, along with Duncan Trussell, Lindsay Hollister, James Kirkland, Niki Schwartz-Wright, Mhairi Steenbock, and Kana Mayham. Watch out for the surprise twist ending! "The exercise of making The Master Cleanse was to see if we could make a short and strip away all of our tricks; no action, no chase scenes, no fancy angles, or violence, and see if two people talking about universal relationship problems could be as compelling as an all girls high octane pillow fight," Strauss-Shulson told Tubefilter. "In a way it was a filmmaking master cleanse for us.
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Uwe Boll's Blubberella To Squash Audiences January 31st on DVD and VOD

The earth will quake January 31st when Phase 4 Films unleashes Blubberella to DVD and VOD audiences. And with a tagline like "Half vampire, two and a half women," you know the jokes are going to be crass in typical Uwe Boll (Bloodrayne 3) style. Another tagline "Pound for poung pure action," is not much better and the film has been called: "a big ol’ meaty wad of concentrated awful" (Rigney). Phase 4 Films would like us to believe that Uwe boll "has a huge cult following," but 28Dla would like to start a spontantaneous anti-Boll petition right here. Let us stop Boll from making any more films!

For those interested, Blubberella was filmed dually with Bloodrayne 3 in Zagreb, Croatia. And many actors from Bloodrayne 3 participate in this film: "you almost feel sorry for the film’s cast, who have been plucked from the set of Bloodrayne 3 to participate in one
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Toronto After Dark Film Festival announces final wave of movies

Toronto After Dark Film Festival announces final wave of movies
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival has announced its final wave of films. They include the world premieres of War of the Dead, which is described as “a war movie with an undead twist,” and Vs, a superhero film which stars James Remar (Showtime’s Dexter) and Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class).

Other newly announced films to be showcased by the sc-fi, action, and cult film fest include director Ti West’s much anticipated The Innkeepers, Lucky McKee’s similarly tipped The Woman, the fabulously titled Manborg, and the black comedy Some Guy Who Kills People, whose cast includes Kevin Corrigan,
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Bloodrayne 3 and Blubberella Trailers

Uwe Boll graced his “fans” with not one but two youtube trailers for his upcoming feature films. The first film is the third installment in the Bloodrayne series. This one has Rayne battling Nazis during World War II where she runs into nefarious Nazi Ekart Brand. Brand, played by Michael Paré, plans to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne’s blood to make him immortal. The second is Blubberella, an action comedy that follows the exploits of an overweight woman whose footsteps supposedly “cause explosions” and wields dual swords against anyone who dares make fun of her weight. Lindsay Hollister plays the Nazi battling Blubberella, and it appears that Uwe Boll is spoofing his own movies now as there are numerous vampire references in the trailer spouted from the mouths of the same actors who starred in the third Bloodrayne film. Related Posts:Preview of Supernatural Season 6Blubberella – kicking ass With assBloody
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Uwe Boll’s Blubberella Trailer

Well now that director Uwe Boll has got all the "serious" filmmaking out of his system with the prison thriller Stoic, political drama Darfur, and yes, even the holocaust movie Auschwitz, it's time to get back to the other tasteless stuff that no one wants to see. This week a trailer for his new film Blubberella has hit the web, the star of which is described as "the first female fat superhero." Apparently she's part vampire and she kills nazis with blades, machine guns and rolling pins (not to mention her girth). Lindsay Hollister (Get Smart, Postal) stars in the somewhat degrading lead role, while Michael Paré (Seed, The Philadelphia Experiment) and, yes, Clint Howard also make appearances. This definitely seems more in the vein of Postal, which I know some people actually liked, but somehow I can't even muster any half-hearted ironic excitement for it. Whether or not it's
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'Blubberella' Trailer features Nazis and fat jokes

All I've ever wanted in life is to see Clint Howard play Dr. Josef Mengele. My dream has come true.

Here's the trailer for the weirdest and most irreverent film Uwe Boll has made thus far. Blubberella is clearly intended as a comedy, and while there are plenty of fat jokes (mostly with food), the rest of the cast is certainly willing to degrade themselves as well. Clint Howard plays notorious medical monster Dr. Josef Mengele, while Boll takes on the evil Adolf Hitler himself, with just a touch of the retarded. There's some slapstick, and much of it is a parody of Boll's other two films (also shot in the same location, at the same time) Bloodrayne III and Auschwitz, both of which are far more serious and dark in tone.

However, will women be offended? There's no fat suit, people - star Lindsay Hollister is a plus-sized actress showing her comedy chops.
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Trailer for Uwe Boll’s Blubberella

The official trailer for Uwe Boll’s (pictured above, saying “hi”) Blubberella has landed online. Starring Lindsay Hollister (Get Smart), Clint Howard (Apollo 13), and Michael Paré (Boll’s BloodRayne), the “super-hero comedy” seemingly consists of the title character (Hollister) killing Nazis in a farcical manner that may or may not be of any interest to anyone not named Uwe Boll.

A few weeks ago, we brought you the film’s poster and mind-bending synopsis which said something to the effect of, I’m paraphrasing here, “It’s funny because she’s an overweight super-hero.” Unfortunately, the trailer does little to undermine that stance. In spite of all this, I still encourage you to check it out after the jump if for no other reason than to join me in a collective facepalm.

Here’s the trailer:
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Uwe Boll Creates Controversy Again in his Obese-ploitation Film Blubberella

Uwe Boll has managed to shock and offend again in his obese-ploitation film Blubberella. Turning World War II into a comedy seems to be distasteful, but filmmaker Roberto Benigni found some laughs with this subject in his award winning film Life is Beautiful. However, Blubberella is not likely to win many awards as an "overweight woman [uses] dual swords...against anyone who make fun of her" (Quiet). Here katanas seem to be loaves of French bread, as seen in the trailer below.

One really needs to wonder what Boll is doing some days. Sometimes he comes up with an excellent commentary on the prevalence of North American violence in Rampage. Then, he turns a video game into a franchise e.g. Bloodrayne and Alone in the Dark. His inconsistency is what draws questions. So, please Boll stick to making films with relevant social commentaries like Darfur and leave the easily targeted overweight women alone.
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Cause You Demanded It: Trailer for Uwe Boll’s Blubberella

Okay, maybe you didn’t so much as demanded it, but you were probably really, really curious how it would turn out. Or maybe not so much. Whatever. Here it is anyway, the trailer for Doctor Uwe Boll’s latest masterpiece, “Blubberella”. It’s apparently a comedy, if you didn’t “get” it by the comedic music playing over the background. After all, nothing says funny than Nazis and fat chicks in a World War II setting. Um. An action comedy centered on an overweight woman whose footsteps cause explosions and whose dual swords are used against anyone who makes fun of her. Actually, I don’t really see her using swords, though she does wield a pretty mean machinegun in the trailer. Nazis, man, I’m sure they all had it coming, though. Starring Lindsay Hollister, Michael Paré, Clint Howard, and Uwe Boll himself. Release date? Look for it
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'Blubberella': Uwe Boll unleashes the trailer for his supersized superhero movie

'Blubberella': Uwe Boll unleashes the trailer for his supersized superhero movie
The other week we brought you the news that much critiqued Teutonic auteur Uwe Boll had made a comedy about a supersized superheroine called Blubberella. Well, never mind the Boll, uh, announcements. The director has just released the trailer for his new meisterwork, which stars Lindsay Hollister as the titular half-human, half-vampire hero and Boll himself as—and we’re not joking here—Hitler.

You can watch the trailer for both that and Bloodrayne 3: The Third Reich—the movie Blubberella parodies, and which was filmed simultaneously—after the jump. Be warned: the latter contains some rough language.

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Trailer for Uwe Boll's Blubberella Comes Bouncing in

Some things sound so absurd your first instinct is to say to yourself, "That cannot be true!" Well, not only is Uwe Boll's film about the world's first fat superhero, Blubberella, a reality, but we have the trailer to prove it.

Lindsay Hollister (who had a small role in Postal) stars as the overweight heroine. Clint Howard and Michael Pare co-star. Uwe Boll himself is listed as having an acting role in the film.

The first female fat superhero ...

She will kick major ass - with her major ass ...

All the Bloodrayne fans will love that movie!

Feast your eyes, glut your soul on all the horrors that await. Just don't blame us if you lose your lunch in the process.

Blubberella - Official Trailer

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question of the day: What is the worst movie title ever?

A piece recently at FishbowlLA that opened with this: Like most sane moviegoers, Entertainment Weekly writer Clark Collis initially reacted to news of a new Uwe Boll film called Blubberella the same way he would to the prospect of a Joaquin Phoenix documentary. But it turns out a plan by the “craptastic filmmaker” to make a fat female superhero tale with Lindsay Hollister is dead serious. was entitled “The Year’s Worst Movie Title.” And it’s probably true that Blubberella is the year’s worst movie title, or is at least a close second after Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. And it got me thinking: What is the worst movie title ever?
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Lindsay Hollister talks 'Blubberella'

Blubberella is not a spoof of fat chicks, says star Lindsay Hollister, but a spoof of Boll's own Bloodrayne series.

"We shot Blubberella (couldn't fight him on that name, though I tried) along side BloodRayne 3," says actress and comedian Lindsay Hollister when we asked her about the new film Blubberella ('The first female fat superhero') directed by legendary Teuton Uwe Boll. "That's why the cast of Bloodrayne 3 is the same as Blubberella, except for myself in the title role. Michael Pare still plays the Commandant (though a wackier version of him)."

And as far as how the film will be played, it is a parody. "We wanted to make a spoof movie, making fun of everyone really. But mostly taking the script of Bloodrayne 3 and mocking it."

The news about Blubberella has been floating around the Internet a lot the past few weeks, mainly because people don't know how to react to an over-sized superhero.
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Uwe Boll Chubby Chasing Evil With Blubberella

The last time Uwe Boll tried his hand at making a comedy, it was the controversial Postal. Some heralded the film a hilarious comedic romp and Boll's best film to date. Let's see how they feel about Blubberella, Boll's new horror comedy about an obese superheroine battling the forces of evil.

You can accuse Uwe Boll of many things, but a slacker he is not. His Billy Zane drama about the atrocities being committed in Darfur hits DVD shelves today, a biopic on the life of famed German boxer Max Schmeling is awaiting release, and he has a third BloodRayne film finally set in Nazi Germany like the original video game due next year. And, since he had the sets and costumes on hand, he's moved full speed ahead into what will undoubtedly be a very controversial movie graphically depicting the Holocaust horrors committed at Auschwitz. Now, via the American Film Market announcement,
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