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C. Thomas Howell to Lead the Bigfoot Wars

The cast for the adaptation of Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War series is taking shape, and leading the way is C. Thomas Howell. Read on for more details, and start prepping, kids. When Sasquatch comes a knockin', he's not gonna be of the Harry and the Hendersons variety!

From the Press Release

Origin Releasing is proud to announce the principal cast for its in-production feature film Bigfoot Wars! The film - based on the series of best-selling Bigfoot War books by Eric S. Brown - tells the story of a small town that becomes the focal point of a brutal clash between man and a legendary beast.

Joining the cast are C. Thomas Howell (pictured; The Outsiders, "Criminal Minds," The Amazing Spider-Man), Danny Boaz (Anna Nicole, Supernatural Activity), Juli Erickson (Pawn Shop Chronicles, Bernie), Frederic Doss (Transformers, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Holt Boggs (The Prodigy, The Cursed), Elyse Bigler
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Casting News for Bigfoot Wars

Origin Releasing recently acquired film rights to the Bigfoot War book series by Eric S. Brown. Production on Bigfoot Wars is expected to begin next month and the main cast has just been announced. Brian Jaynes (Humans Versus Zombies, Boggy Creek) is directing from a script by Andrea Doss, Frederic Doss, and Jacob Mauldin.

Joining the cast are C. Thomas Howell (The Outsiders, Criminal Minds, The Amazing Spider-Man), Danny Boaz (Anna Nicole, Supernatural Activity), Juli Erickson (Pawn Shop Chronicles, Bernie), Frederic Doss (Transformers, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Holt Boggs (The Prodigy, The Cursed), Elyse Bigler (Varsity Blood), Taylor Weaver (Littleman), Jackey Hall (Chrome Angels, Biohazard: Patient Zero), Mindy Raymond (DC Universe Online), Carl Savering (Heebie Jeebies), Billy Blair (Machete, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For), Larry Jack Dotson (Bernie, Humans Versus Zombies) as well as Monica Harmse, Chandler Allen and Audrey Ellis Fox.

A release in 2014 is
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‘A Haunted House’ Review

A Haunted House is the first raunchy parody concocted by Marlon Wayans (he’s the star, co-writer and producer) without assistance from his brothers Shawn and Keenen Ivory. Together, the three have brought us spoofs like Scary Movie 1 & 2 and Dance Flick – in addition to non-pc comedies that people love-to-hate (White Chicks, LiTTLEMAN) – but does the “magic” vanish when it’s just Marlon, cracking sex gags and fart jokes while taking potshots at the found-footage supernatural horror movie sub-genre?

Surprisingly, Haunted House does call back to the Wayans’ breakout comedy Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood, with elements of culturally and racially-based satirical humor aimed primarily at the recent slate of found-footage movies boasting predominantly caucasian casts. The problem is, well… everything else.

Story-wise (in case you care): The shenanigans involve Malcolm ...

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Marlon Wayans Stars In Open Road Films’ A Haunted House Trailer

See Marlon Wayans in A Haunted House, creeping into theaters January 11, 2013. Known for the Scary Movies franchise, Wayans tweeted. “A Haunted House is special to me. It’s my first venture on my own as a writer/producer/creator/star thK god for my great cast & team Ra & Mt.” The comedy is directed by Michael Tiddes who’s worked with the Wayans Brothers on Littleman and White Chicks.

In an outrageous send up of the Paranormal Activity movies, The Devil Inside and other “found footage” movies, A Haunted House features young couple Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) and Kisha (Essence Atkins) who have just moved in to their dream house. As they settle in, they quickly find they’re not alone. But it’s not the house that’s haunted, it’s Malcolm’s girlfriend who is possessed by a demon. Malcolm hires everyone from a priest to modern day ghostbusters to
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Marlon Wayans Tackling Even More Horror Spoofage for Smart Ass

Oh shit son! Marlon Wayans is returning to the realm of the horror spoof once again. However, its not any involvement with the 'Scary Movie' franchise that he and other Wayans brothers created back in 2000 but instead an entirely new parody called 'Smart Ass'. The new project which Wayans will co-direct himself alongside Mike Tiddes will specifically look to spoof 'found footage' horror flicks from recent years such as 'Paranormal Activity'. It's not a bad idea at all actually but let's hope it isn't as disappointing as many of Marlon's previous comedic efforts in the past few years such as the terrible 'LiTTLEMAN'. 'Are We There Yet?' and 'Half and Half' star Essence Atkins (below) has signed up to star in the project alongside Marlon and most likely a number of other Wayans family members. Atkins herself has worked previous with Wayans in
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Australian academy presents first Aacta Awards; Cinematographer Don McAlpine honoured

Australian cinematographer Don McAlpine (Acs/Asc) received two standing ovations after tributes from longtime colleagues Jack Thompson and Bruce Beresford at the inaugural Australian Academy Cinema Television Arts (Aacta) awards yesteryday.

McAlpine was awarded the coveted Raymond Longford Award for a lifetime achievement in cinema. McAlpine’s career spans over 50 films including Moulin Rouge and William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet, Breaker Morant and most recently Mental.

The ceremony, hosted by Sigrid Thornton, was the first for the newly formed academy. The ceremony also included the announcement of the Australian academy’s international awards to recognise excellence in film. The announcements were made during a live cross to actress Jackie Weaver at the G’Day USA Gala in Los Angeles.

Further awards for both Australian cinema and TV and the international awards will be presented on January 31 at the Opera House.

The Winners

Raymond Longford Award

Don McAlpine

Byron Kennedy Award
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Home Invasion: DVD & Blu-Ray Releases for January 3, 2012

Well, it’s a new year so we have tons of films that we liked from last year to be released on DVD & Blu-Ray. Also, later this year, we will see films that maybe either never got a DVD release before or receive a hi-def upgrade. Here is the first Home Invasion post of 2012 and there are a couple of titles might catch your eye.

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Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Five

Reunite with the “Master of Suspense,” Alfred Hitchcock, for more of the mind-boggling twists and devious thrills synonymous with one of TV’s greatest shows, Alfred Hitchcock Presents. In the fifth season, delve into 38 stories of greed, larceny, revenge and murder where every
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Top 25 Movies of 2011

Top 25 Movies of 2011
"Extra" counts down the 25 highest grossing movies of 2011... Find out what made No. 1!

Top 25 Grossing Movies of 201125. 'Bad Teacher' (Sony)

$100.2 MilBest QuoteElizabeth Halsey (Cameron Diaz): "I tell you what I know. A kid who wears the same gymnastics sweatshirt three days a week isn't getting laid until he's 29. That's what I know."

24. 'Just Go With It' (Sony)

$103 MilBest QuoteKatherine (Jennifer Aniston): "My tolerance level is here... [holds her hand at chest level] and if it goes up to here,
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Film Junk Podcast Episode #350: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

0:00 - Intro / Film Junk Reader's Choice Award Winners 21:15 - Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 55:40 - Trailer Trash: The Dark Knight Rises, Prometheus, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 1:25:15 - Other Stuff We Watched: Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Rocketeer, Bombay Beach, Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure, Scrooged, Saturday Night Live, Buck, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy 1:47:10 - Junk Mail: Foreign Directors and their Opinion on Foreign Films, Hipsters 2:01:40 - This Week's DVD Releases 2:07:30 - Outro 2:09:45 - Spoiler Discussion: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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"Senna" Among the 2012 Cinema Eye Nominees

The Cinema Eye Honors revealed the nominees for the 5th Annual Awards honoring Non-Fiction Filmmaking. Winners will be announced on January 11. Here's the list of the 2012 Cinema Eye Honors:

Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking:

"The Arbor," Directed by Clio Barnard, Produced by Tracy O.Riordan

"Senna," Directed by Asif Kapadia; Produced by James Gay-Rees, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner

"Project Nim," Directed by James Marsh, Produced by Simon Chinn

"Position Among the Stars," Directed by Leonard Retel Helmrich, Produced by Hetty Naaijkens-Retel Helmrich

"Nostalgia for the Light," Directed by Patricio Guzmán, Produced by Renate Sachse

"The Interrupters," Directed by Steve James, Produced by Alex Kotlowitz and Steve James

Outstanding Achievement in Direction:

Clio Barnard for "The Arbor"

Leonard Retel Helmrich for "Position Among the Stars"

Patricio Guzmán for "Nostalgia for the Light"

Steve James for "The Interrupters"

Danfung Dennis for "Hell and Back Again"

Outstanding Achievement in Production:

Erik Nelson
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1 Trend, 3 Ways: Cool Tie Shirts

1 Trend, 3 Ways: Cool Tie Shirts
When it comes to adorable kidwear, we have a tie — literally! Recently, we spotted Shiloh Jolie-Pitt (in Fat Tie on Sept. 1 and Dec. 3) and Mason Disick (Nov. 11) in the cutest neckwear design tees. And as these celeb kids stylishly prove, wearing a tie isn’t always for dressing up.

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A fun twist on the classic shirt and tie combo, these all-inclusive tops will kick your little one’s style up a notch. Ready to shop? We’ve rounded up our top picks — for every budget — below.

Courtesy Pink Taffy Designs


Dress up your dapper
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The Hunter leads Aacta Awards nominations

The Hunter has lead the Aacta Awards with 14 nominations including best film.

The film, by Daniel Nettheim, is also up for best direction, adapted screenplay, cinematography, sound, production design, costume, original music score, and visual effects. Meanwhile, Willem Dafoe, Frances O’Connor, Sam Neill and Morgana Davies are all up for acting awards.

The film has currently made just over $1m at the local box office.

It’s the first year for the re-launched AACTAs, formerly the AFI awards.

The technical awards will be given out at a luncheon on 15 January at the Sydney Opera House, with an evening ceremony for the more ‘public-friendly’ awards held at the Opera House on 31 January.

Running against The Hunter for best film is Red Dog, Mad Bastards, The Eye of the Storm, Snowtown and Oranges and Sunshine.

The Eye of the Storm, was second in the nominations race with 12, of which six are
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10 Films I Can Barely Believe Are Real…

In ‘celebration’ of the release of Adam Sandler’s latest comedy Jack & Jill (which is already out in the Us, alas UK readers will have to wait until February 3rd, but at least then you can take your loved ones to it on Valentine’s Day!), I thought I’d take a look at 10 other films I am baffled ever got the green light. I mean, watching the trailer for Jack & Jill one might think it was a deleted scene from the film Funny People in which Sandler mocked the kind of ridiculous high concept comedies that he is so often guilty of making. We thought after pushing them to extremes with spoof clips in that movie which included Sandler’s head magicked onto a baby’s body, it seemed like Sandler was both affectionately lampooning some of his early career decisions and also putting to rest that kind of
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Hive Production Fund invests in three art films

The art film related Hive Production Fund has announced its first films to receive funding.

The Hive Production Fund was launched in February. The aim of the fund is for filmmakers and artists work on single art film projects.

The fund has received significant support. Originally set up between the ABC and Adelaide Film Festival, each contributing $200,000. The Australia Council came on board in July also donating $200,000.

An additional $70,000 has been committed by the Adelaide Film Festival through its Film Investment Fund.

Director of the Adelaide Film Festival Katrina Sedgwick said: “It is important the silos get broken down between film and the rest of the arts. The calibre of these projects and collaborators illustrate the potential for ground-breaking new work to be created for the screen when we facilitate new conversations between diverse practitioners and offer different funding avenues to enable these cross-pollinations.

Three quite different productions have received
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Google's Barrel Roll rolls onto list of great pop culture rolls

Google's Barrel Roll rolls onto list of great pop culture rolls
You guys, I just can’t get enough. Yesterday, we all learned that typing “do a barrel roll” into Google would make your screen turn 360 degrees. And perhaps it’s because I’m nostalgic for the days of playing Star Fox on N64 in junior high, but I’m typing the phrase in Non. Stop. I am so easy amused and I need Pepto-Bismol. (Also: Way to distract those who hate Gmail change with something so awesome, Google!)

So, as we all sit here making ourselves nauseous, I find myself wondering, is this the greatest pop culture roll? (I also now find myself wondering,
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Kerry Washington Confirmed for Django Unchained

After a few months of steady updates, it appears that all of the major roles have finally been cast for Quentin Tarantino's next film Django Unchained. This week we have confirmation that Kerry Washington has officially secured the role of Broomhilda, the female lead of the film. She is the wife of Django (Jamie Foxx), who is raped by three brothers while Django himself is brutalized and left for dead. Django is then eventually freed by a German bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) who helps him exact his revenge on the plantation owner and rescue Broomhilda. Tarantino reportedly had Washington in mind for the role from the start, but was also interested in potentially casting an unknown if he could find someone that was up to the task. Apparently he couldn't find anyone because he ended up coming back to Washington. It sounds like a potentially challenging role for Kerry Washington
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2012 Cinema Eye Honors: Patterson, Dennis, Guzman, Kapadia, James and Clio Bernard Lead Noms

A foursome of Sundance titles (Position Among the Stars, The Interrupters, Hell and Back Again and Senna) and a trio of titles that were launched at Tribeca (Clio Bernard’s The Arbor), Cannes 2010 (Patricio Guzman’s Nostalgia for the Light) and SXSW (Tristan Patterson’s Dragonslayer) lead the noms with four a piece for this year's five edition of the Cinema Eye Honors -- the annual awards group that honors docu films in directing, editing, design and production tech categories. The noms were announced at Sheffield Doc/Fest, and the winners of the 5th Annual Cinema Eye Honors will be announced on January 11, 2012. In the mean time you can check out their spiffy 2012 site to see the honored titles and see the huge list of contributors that help with the process -- worth noting the eligibility rules ensure quality over quantity. For a title to be considered it must have:
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Interview With Matthew Bate, the Director of ‘Shut Up Little Man!’

Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure is a great documentary. It succeeds because of its efforts to take two men who most viewed as caricatures, and introduce their human side. Thanks to the film they’re not just drunks with bad tempers, but they’re real people with a real relationship.

Matthew Bate is the man making his feature documentary debut with it, and I recently got the chance to ask him a few questions about the project via email. He had a lot to say about where the project came from, why they made some of the choices they did, and how Peter Haskett and Raymond Huffman stand against the world of the internet.

William Bitterman: Where did the idea for this film come from?

Matthew Bate: I read about how artists like Dan Clowes and Devo had used the recordings as inspiration for artwork and music.
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Rewind – ‘Let Me In’ vs. ‘Let The Right One In’

Let Me In

Directed by Matt Reeves

vs. Let The Right One In

Directed by Tomas Alfredson

Even in a pop culture landscape littered with the bloodthirsty undead, Let The Right One In stood out as a poignant coming of age story as well as a bone-chilling horror film. The haunting mediation on the difficult and often painful transition into adolescence garnered much praise on the festival circuit in 2008. The film earned a loyal cult following through word of mouth and when Matt Reeves announced his American remake, those very same cinephiles lashed out in anger. The general consensus was, “why fix something that isn’t broken?”

Sadly, mainstream audiences seem to have a problem with subtitles, so it was inevitable that the film would be remade. That said, fans of the original should be grateful that Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), alongside legendary British horror brand Hammer Films (a studio that
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Marlon Wayans To Create And Star In ABC Sibling Cop Comedy

Exclusive: Sixteen years after he co-created and starred in the WB comedy series The Wayans Bros, which ran for five seasons, Marlon Wayans is returning to broadcast TV with another comedy project about brothers, this time at ABC. Wayans will write, executive produce and star in a hybrid single/multi-camera comedy in development at the network that is produced by ABC Studios. The comedy, which has an odd couple/buddy cop comedy feel to it, centers on two brothers, both cops. Having fallen down on his luck, one of them moves in with his brother and his family. Wayans, who will play the married brother, is executive producing with his manager Lisa Blum and longtime producing partner Rick Alvarez of Wayans Bros Entertainment, Wayans’ production company with brothers Keenan Ivory and Shawn. CAA-repped Wayans, who started off working with his bothers on Fox’s sketch show In Living Color, co-wrote
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