30th Anniversary Re-Release of “The Crow” Coming to Theaters
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by Cinema Crazed
23h ago
With the “remake” of “The Crow” right around the corner with Bill Skarsgard, and the popularity of the original film about as big and marketable as ever, Cinemark is bringing director Alex Proyas’ The Crow back to theaters for the classic movie’s 30th anniversary as part of the “Scream Greats” label from Paramount Scares and Fangoria. Fans that missed the original experience will be able to see The Crow up on the big screen at Cinemark theaters on two nights only: May 29th & May 30th. You Can Head over to Cinemark’s website to check local listings now. “Adapted from the comic book saga of ..read more
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Every Bugs Bunny Ever: The Grey Hounded Hare (1949)
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by Felix Vasquez
1d ago
The Grey Hounded Hare (1949)Directed by Bob McKimson Written by Warren Foster Animation by John Carey Music by Carl Stalling “The Grey Hounded Hare” is one of those shorts that always played in the very middle of marathons on cable TV and it almost always made great background noise. That’s mainly because “The Grey Hounded Hare” isn’t really anything to write home about. When it comes to Bugs Bunny he’s done better, and the writers have found better ways to utilize his ongoing feud with dogs. The short by Bob McKimson is pretty much the repetition that these shorts are known for but without no ..read more
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Dune: Part Two (2024) [4K UHD/Digital]
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by Felix Vasquez
2d ago
“Dune Part Two” is an infinitely superior film to the 2021 installment of “Dune” which, when all was said and done, felt more like a prologue than an actual narrative. While “Dune” was good, the second chapter to Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation feels so much more cohesive. Not to mention a lot of the concepts and ideas and so much less abstract and much easier to comprehend. There’s just so much more focus and laser beam direction this time out. While, again, “Dune” was good in its own right, I just had a much better time in how Villeneuve adopts the whole concept of “Dune” in the vein of “The E ..read more
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Printer Head (2023)
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by Felix Vasquez
3d ago
Director Frances McIlvain’s short horror film turns the work environment in to a veritable hellscape, lensing his film very much in the vein of early David Lynch. Filmed through very murky black and white, “Printer Head” watches like an office drones bad dream and it never stops being a royal mind fuck. Alex is a normal minimum wage office worker whose superior tasks him with the duty of printing a very important document by the end of the day. Broke and with no printer with immediate vicinity he tracks down hooded man selling a used printer for cheap. When he takes it home, he realizes that p ..read more
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Hanky Panky (2023)
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by Felix Vasquez
4d ago
Now Available to stream on VOD. It takes a special kind of balls to make a film so utterly abstract and bizarre and not pay the cast. But the press release insists that “nobody got paid” therefore they must have had a lot of faith in this project. Lindsay Haun and Nick Roth’s horror comedy is a weird cabin in the woods sitcom that pits a bunch of new age yuppies against a weird evil force. This force involves a sentient talking handkerchief, a supernatural fedora and a main protagonist who has an encyclopedic knowledge of finer materials and clothing fabrics. Sam is a middle-aged, socially awk ..read more
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Five Favorite Fictional Movie Stars
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by Felix Vasquez
4d ago
This year’s “The Fall Guy” is not just an action picture that adapts the classic Lee Majors series, but it also triples as a fun satire of Hollywood and an ode to the noble profession of stunt performers. In “The Fall Guy” Colt Seavers is attached to major movie star Tom Ryder, a bloated, obnoxious super star who shows little respect to Colt. When he suddenly goes missing, it’s up to Colt to find him and hopefully bring him back to his job in one piece. In honor of Tom Ryder, I thought I’d list five of my favorite fictional movie stars, these are five people that are absolute Hollywood nightma ..read more
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Navy SEALS (1990)
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by Felix Vasquez
5d ago
Now Available at Vinegar Syndrome and Amazon. Lewis Teague’s action thriller feels a lot like one of the last vestiges of the Reagan Era, where movies marketed on promoting military and America, and “Navy SEALS” feels like too little, too late. Even for the eighties, “Navy SEALS” is corny jingoistic propaganda that teams a slew of great movie stars to deliver what is basically a middling attempt to recapture some of the “Top Gun” glory of the eighties. Even star Michael Biehn didn’t like “Navy SEALS” explaining that it was one of his worst movie making experiences of his career. Navy special o ..read more
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The Fall Guy (2024): The Extended Cut [Digital]
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by Felix Vasquez
5d ago
Now Streaming on Digital. It’s such a damn shame that audiences weren’t more receptive to “The Fall Guy” because this has the potential to really blossom in to a big franchise if it were given the chance. David Leitch produces not only a great action comedy, but also a movie that simultaneously satirizes Hollywood and pays tribute to stunt performers across the world. “The Fall Guy” knows its premise and uses the opportunity to paint the picture of being a stunt worker in film as a noble profession that is often dismissed and ignored. “The Fall Guy” first and foremost is a great action picture ..read more
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The Bootleg Files: Groucho
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by Phil Hall
6d ago
BOOTLEG FILES 867: “Groucho” (1965 British television series starring Groucho Marx). LAST SEEN: One episode is on YouTube. AMERICAN HOME VIDEO: None. REASON FOR BOOTLEG STATUS: It was never released in the U.S. CHANCES OF SEEING A COMMERCIAL DVD RELEASE: Unlikely, considering 11 of the 13 episodes are considered lost. One of the most popular American game shows of all time was “You Bet Your Life,” which appeared on radio from 1947 to 1960 and on television from 1950 to 1961. The program’s popularity had little to do with the game, which was a rather tame question-and-answer endeavor, but with ..read more
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You Have to See This! Tommy Boy (1995)
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by Felix Vasquez
1w ago
Currently Streaming on Amazon Prime Video, AMC Plus, Philo, Fandango at Home Chris Farley would have been sixty this year had he not sadly passed away at the young age of thirty three. One of the best cast members of the iconic late night comedy show “Saturday Night Live,” Farley was looking up at a promising second chapter in feature films. Farley was very much loyal to SNL and only made small cameos in movies featuring his “SNL” co-workers. And although they were small, Farley had the tendency to make the best out of his small roles. Whether it’s the maniacal bus driver in “Billy Madison,” t ..read more
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