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Film Junk Podcast Episode #333: TrollHunter

0:00 - Intro / Food Junk 15:35 - Headlines: Ridley Scott Signs on for Blade Runner Sequel, More Remakes: Flatliners, Romancing the Stone, The Grudge, The Gambler, Donnie Yen to Replace Jet Li and More Expendables Rumours, Kevin Smith’s Hit Somebody is Two Films, Jerry Bruckheimer and The Rock Team Up for '80s Wrestling TV Series 37:55 - Review: TrollHunter 1:01:18 - Trailer Trash: The Rum Diary, Carnage 1:07:55 - Other Stuff We Watched: Cul-de-Sac, Fright Night, 30 Minutes or Less, Captain America: The First Avenger, Quantum Hoops, Tactical Force, WWE Royal Rumble Anthology, Omg! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History, Man on the Moon, Andy Kaufman: I'm From Hollywood, My Dinner with Andre, Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay 1:42:30 - Junk Mail: Reality TV Secrets, Characters Changing vs. Staying the Same Between Sequels, Losing Your DVD Collection in a Fire, Resident Evil Movies,
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Cool Stuff: Gallery1988′s “Is This Thing On” Art Show

Cool Stuff: Gallery1988′s “Is This Thing On” Art Show
[1] I wasn't planning to write about Gallery1988's first annual "Is This Thing On" art show as it really has little connection to movies or television (or so I thought... the above piece featuring Judd Apatow mashed-up with the infamous Star Trek Tribbles episode is a fine example of this). The show, co-sponsored by FunnyOrDie, features over 100 artists, each creating pieces that are portraits of their favorite funny people, both beloved comics of yesteryear and emerging superstars. The line up of comedians depicted include: Chris Farley, Will Ferrel, Richard Pryor, Don Rickles, Paul Reubens,Tim & Eric, Nick Kroll, Demetri Martin, Chris Rock, Whitney Cummings, Jon Lovitz, Sam Kinison, Bill Murray, Woody Allen, Colin Quinn, Bill Hicks, Howard Stern, Judd Apatow, Chris Hardwick, Marc Maron, Scott Auckerman, David Spade, Andy Dick, Lenny Bruce, Adam Sandler, Amy Sedaris, Lisa Lampanelli, David Cross, Andy Kaufman, Christopher Guest, Mr. Show, Rob Corddry and Children's Hospital,
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Corddry, Robinson & Duke Take a Dip in the Hot Tub Time Machine

Comedians Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke discuss the '80s and their roles in John Cusack's new time traveling comedy

Who wouldn't want to get in a time-traveling hot tub with their buddies and go back to the '80s to party-hard? Well, that's exactly what four friends do in the hilarious new comedy, Hot Tub Time Machine, opening in theaters on March 26th. The film stars acting veteran John Cusack and is directed by Steve Pink, the duo that brought us the contemporary comedy classics Grosse Pointe Blank and High Fidelity. In addition to Cusack, the movie features many actors who had a big impact on '80s films including Crispin Glover (Back To The Future), Chevy Chase (Fletch) and William Zabka (Johnny from The Karate Kid). Joining John Cusack in the film as his time-traveling hot tub buddies are three of the funniest and most
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