Monster Fest 2016 Lineup Announced: Press Release: "Returning this year from November 24-27, Australia’s premier genre film festival Monster Fest is thrilled to announce the Australian premiere of controversial new French horror film Raw as its Official 2016 Opening Night Film.
Raw made its World Premiere in Critics Week at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year where it was awarded the coveted Fipresci Award and was lauded by critics and fans alike as the genre sensation of the festival.
Raw is the debut feature of French director Julia Ducournau and tells the story of a young vegetarian who discovers her dark side
Halloweed arrives from Screen Media Films, with the DVD release date set for November 8, 2016. Today, Screen Media announced the filmmaking team of Roberto Rosario, Jr. and Jayson Bernard, who produced the film under their J&R Productions banner.
Halloweed is a comedy/stoner/slasher/mystery genre hybrid, starring Simon Rex, Shannon Brown, Jim O'Heir, Michelle Mueller , Jayson Bernard, Ray Wise, Jason Mewes, Deje Dee, Lester Speight, Danny Trejo and Tom Sizemore, and will
Responding truly in character when questioned on whether or not he’d been asked to return, Speight replied, “#whoobaby Yup!” With the possible return of Cole, it seems likely that the new game will feature other fan-favourite characters such as Marcus Fenix and Damon Baird, though details are unknown at this time.
The new Gears of War has been alluded to, but not officially announced yet. Recently however, Microsoft acquired the Gears of War license from Epic Games, before giving the task of developing a new game to Black Tusk Studios. Rod Fergusson, who was the director of the original Gears of War trilogy, has returned to oversee development of the new title.
The 15-minute short opens with Jackson Norris (Scoot McNairy) a documentary filmmaker who arrives at Seagate Prison for his final interview with Trevor Slattery, as he tries to figure out who, exactly, this mysterious man really is. However, before the interview itself, we see
Ben Kingsley is back as Iron Man 3 terrorist Mandarin in the all-new short film Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King. Spoiler Alert! Exposed as the theatrically inclined Trevor Slattery, this villain is locked up in a high-security prison where his newfound profile has brought him celebrity and protection on the inside, where he gladly agrees to do an in-depth profile with a well-known documentary filmmaker. Will the real Mandarin come out from hiding to hunt Trevor down?
Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King was released February 25th, 2014 and stars Ben Kingsley, Scoot McNairy, Lester Speight, Sam Rockwell, Matt Gerald, Allen Maldonado, Crystal the Monkey, Rob S. Gray.
Ben Kingsley first spoke about how much fun he had playing the complex Trevor Slattery in both Iron Man 3 and this Marvel One-Shot short film.
"I realized I
Here's more info on the project:
A pair of cops (Jon Lee Brody and Stephen Kramer Glickman) on a stakeout get much more than they bargained for! Police Guys is a fifteen-minute short film/pilot that was written, produced and directed by Jon Lee Brody.
The film was shot in 2 days with little to no budget. Brody sites Robert Rodriguez as his inspiration. .The book .Rebel Without a Crew
The incredibly upbeat music man was kind enough to take the time to tell us about what’s in a name, his hip-hop philosophy, where to find new tunes and what it’s like making music for films.
You’ve been making music your whole life, right? Was there a specific point you decided to channel your abilities into hip-hop
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (also known as Transformers 3) is a 2011 American science fiction/comedy/action film, part of the Transformers film series, directed by Michael Bay and produced by Steven Spielberg. It is the sequel to Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Video: FilmFan: ‘Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon’ and ‘Larry Crowne’
Plucking down $12 -$20 dollars to see CGI robots fight in 3D is an expense some people have chosen to avoid in lieu of seeing the film in 2D for $5-$10. Were you one of them?
I have heard that critics are almost divided on the film and read some criticism of first-time actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley acting ability. If this is true, what did these people expect?
Canadian Breast Exam (Mrs. Julien)
French Condom Commercial (billdog)
Warmup: Dutch Oven (Lexie)
Sprite: Sun Fizz (Keith)
C&A: Santa Claus
Starbust: Screaming Mime (MelBivDevoe)
Healthy Choice "Customer Service" Commercial (twig)
Washington Mutual: Guess I'm Having Tea (tamatha)
Outpost.com: Wolves (Tracer Bullet)
Banquet Frozen Dinners Commercial (gholson)
Nutrigrain Ad (Nick Obi)
5. Budweiser: Wassup?
4. Reebok: Terry Tate
3. Cadbury: Gorilla
2. Wendy's: Where's the Beef?
1. John West Salmon: Bear
Rawson Thurber looking to get high-red for long-gestating We’re the Millers.
The Hollywood Reporter scored an exclusive with the story of writer/director Rawson Thurber (Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story) negotiating to film the pot comedy that started the film-scripting careers of Steve Faber and Bob Fisher back in 2002. The writing duo had been TV writers when they decided to write a comedy spec to break into features.
And so they birthed We’re the Millers, a story about a pot dealer who wants to make one last score before retiring from the business on his 30th birthday.
How big? 1,400 pounds.
How’s he’s going to drive a Winnebago to Mexico, fill it with over half a ton of weed, and drive it back across the border? By hiring a fake family.
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