FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN (PART 2)

FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN (PART 2)

The staff of Film Threat has come together to offer up their top Halloween viewing picks and personal horror favorites for you, the discerning cinema-fan, to enjoy this Halloween. So get ready to jot down the choices and head out to the video store because the screaming starts NOW…



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FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN

FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN

The staff of Film Threat has come together to offer up their top Halloween viewing picks and personal horror favorites for you, the discerning cinema-fan, to enjoy this Halloween. So get ready to jot down the choices and head out to the video store because the screaming starts NOW…



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FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN (PART 3)

FILM THREAT’S TOP FILMS TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN (PART 3)

The staff of Film Threat has come together to offer up their top Halloween viewing picks and personal horror favorites for you, the discerning cinema-fan, to enjoy this Halloween. So get ready to jot down the choices and head out to the video store because the screaming starts NOW…



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JACKMAN TALKS WOLVERINE

JACKMAN TALKS WOLVERINE

Hugh Jackman is starting to shed a little bit of light on the upcoming X-Men spin-off, “Wolverine.” He says he would like for it to come out during some summer in the future (NO SHIT!?! REALLY!?!) and that he wishes for it to not be “X-Men 4″ in disguise. Also Wolverine will be a “Dirty Harry” meets “Mad Max” type of character (has he read the comics, what is he actually revealing)…



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JET AND JACKIE: TOGETHER AT LAST

JET AND JACKIE: TOGETHER AT LAST

International kung-fu artist Jet Li and once awesome kung-fu artist who resorted to starring in crap movies with Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jackie Chan, will finally star together in a film. You would think that this would be a great combo instead of Chan with Owen Wilson or Chris Tucker or something like that, but it may not be considering this is a $70 million family film. Yuen Woo-Ping will do the fight choreography, which will likely involve slapping and emotional scarring around a dinner table. Shooting starts in April of next year…



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DE PALMA GOES FOR MORE CAPONE

DE PALMA GOES FOR MORE CAPONE

Relativity Media is going to back the Brian De Palma prequel film, “The Untouchables: Capone Rising,” and Paramount will distribute it domestically. The movie is set to film in June. The film focuses on Al Capone and his rise to power and the relationship he has with his enemy, police detective Jimmy Malone…



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TWO…TWO…TWO GUEVARAS IN ONE!

TWO…TWO…TWO GUEVARAS IN ONE!

Steven Soderbergh is one busy mofo. He’s already started principal shooting on “Guerilla,” a biopic about Latin American revolutionary Che Guevara. But he stopped shooting that to run out and do “Oceans 13.” When he gets back from padding his pockets with the ultimate pretty boy (and girl) cast, he’ll finish “Guerilla” and will also […]



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“SAW IV” RUSHES TO SHOOT

“SAW IV” RUSHES TO SHOOT

This time next year, you’ll all be shouting in incoherent hyperbole about how bad “Saw IV” sucks. That’s because Lionsgate is so jacked with the success of “Saw III,” they’re jumping right back in on production for “Saw IV.” It’s slated for a Halloween ’07 release! Other box office tidbits when you… Read the rest […]



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THE EASTER BUNNY HATES YOU

3 Stars
Year Released: 2006
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 1 minutes

The Easter bunny is a sadistic, and ruthless terrorist who runs along the street making everyone’s life miserable with a series of torture techniques, and beat downs that make it apparent, his job as a cutesy animal passing eggs is not one of his fondest of past times…


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HAMLET (DVD)

The film is generally considered to be among the finest works of Soviet cinema and Shakespearean cinema. Both titles are without dispute…



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NEW WORD ORDER: INTERVIEW WITH PATRICK CREADON AND MERLE REAGLE

“WORDPLAY” AVAILABLE ON DVD! Today’s crossword puzzle scene isn’t just for nerds, insists “Wordplay” director Patrick Creadon and professional constructor Merle Reagle. Puzzleheads are cool, and they’re taking over…



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FILM PHONICS: “A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET”

Stina Chyn puts her viewing habits in your hands. Readers vote on five random words posted at Back Talk. The winning word dictates what she will have to watch as that word must appear in the title of the movie. Choose wisely!



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“FARCE” GOES HOME

“FARCE” GOES HOME

Parody “Farce of the Penguins” will now go straight to DVD as opposed to a theatrical run at the end of January. The film was created by Bob Saget and takes a comedic spin at the “March of the Penguins” documentary that sent everyone into penguin frenzy last year. I guess you could say it is a smart idea to send it straight to DVD since the whole penguin hype has started dying down…



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MORE SUPES FOR SINGER

MORE SUPES FOR SINGER

Variety announced that Bryan Singer has signed a deal with Warner Brothers to direct a second “Superman” movie slated for summer 2009…



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GET YOUR BLOOD A BIT EARLY

GET YOUR BLOOD A BIT EARLY

Warner Brothers has moved Ed Zwick’s movie “Blood Diamond” a week earlier, December 8th, in hopes of making more in B.O. receipts. It will compete against Mel Gibson’s “Apocalypto”…



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