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Zomboobies!

Zomboobies!

If you’re only going to support one zombie film Kickstarter project this week, please support the Zomboobies! Kickstarter project. Zomboobies! is the demented brain-wrong of writer and director Mike L. Taylor, and stars the amazing and talented Cathy Shim as a huge-hootered roller samurai-girl being chased by bizarre creatures, boob-loving zombies, and demons. What is […]

First trailer for fantastic Fassbender film ‘Frank’

Treat your eyes to the first trailer for forthcoming Frank Sidebottom-based comedy Frank. The movie is written by Jon Ronson, who is a former member of Frank Sidebottom’s backing band. Not quite a true to life biopic, Frank is a more loosely based interpretation of the bonkers life of Chris Sievey’s alter-ego. Starring as the […]

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Wolf of Wall Street breaks record for cinema swearing

Martin Scorsese’s new hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street has set an all time world record for the most uses of the word ‘fuck‘ in a motion picture. Sadly, there’s no Academy Award in that category. Over the course of Scorsese’s fifty year career he’s been no stranger to some saucy language. Two of […]

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Vixen! (1968)

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Vixen! (1968)

45-years-ago to this very day saw the release of Russ Meyer’s first smash hit movie, Vixen! On its release Vixen! was surrounded by controversy. Due to the film’s lesbian overtones, plus scenes of incest, it was the first movie ever to be issued an X rating because of its sexual content. On top of the […]

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New on DVD

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New on DVD

This week’s hot DVD and Blu-ray releases: Oblivion Oblivion The Look of Love The Look of Love Deranged Deranged Compliance Compliance Sawney – Flesh of Man Sawney – Flesh of Man Thor and Loki: Blood Brothers Thor and Loki: Blood Brothers Aftershock Aftershock Portrait of a Zombie Portrait of a Zombie

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This week at the cinema

Elysium The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones The Dyatlov Pass Incident The Kings of Summer Lovelace Morrissey 25: Live

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Enter the Dragon (1973)

Enter the Dragon is arguably one of the most iconic martial arts movies ever produced, and it celebrates its 40th anniversary this week. Dragon was to be Bruce Lee’s final film. The Kung Fu martial artist died during post-production of the movie aged just 32-years-old, the film was released in Hong Kong the very week […]

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George A. Romero makes plans for new zombie movie

George A. Romero, the Godfather of Zombies has revealed he’s sticking to type and plans on producing another living dead movie. Romero has announced the completion of a screenplay based on the book The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse by Steven C. Schlozman. The book tells the story of a scientist who races […]

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It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958)

Today is the 55th anniversary of the release of It! The Terror from Beyond Space. It! is a magnificent 1950s science fiction B-movie in the greatest tradition, one which by its own admission borrows a great deal from the original Thing movie, but has also inspired a generation of modern science fiction and horror movies, […]

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Young Guns (1988)

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Young Guns (1988)

25 years ago today the Brat Pack went Western with the release of Young Guns. Young Guns is somewhat surprisingly considered one of the the most historically accurate films telling the story of legendary outlaw Billy the Kid. The film featured both Sheen brothers, Charlie Sheen and his brother Emilio Estevez who played William H. […]

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