Parkland trailer starring Billy Bob Thornton and Paul Giamatti is Oscar bound

I can’t believe it’s been almost 23 years since director Oliver Stone released his smoking gun JFK and now on the cusp of the anniversary of JFK’s death, it appears we are getting another one. Parkland stars Billy Bob Thornton as a CIA agent burdened with the task of putting the pieces together after theContinue reading “Parkland trailer starring Billy Bob Thornton and Paul Giamatti is Oscar bound”

Hit Girl owns Kick Ass 2

Just left Kick Ass 2, and I’m feeling really good about using my AMC free pass on this film. It’s been little over three years since director Matthew Vaughn (X-Men:Days of Future Past), spit out the surprisingly bloody debut “Kick Ass” into theaters. That film, based on the Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. comicContinue reading “Hit Girl owns Kick Ass 2”

Trailer for documentary 12 O’ Clock Boys is a stunning look at a new breed of bedlam

Continuing in that tradition of groundbreaking cinema the production company¬†Oscilloscope Labs, started by The Beastie Boys MCA (R.I.P), brings us another riveting documentary about youthful rebellion on a whole new level. Directed by Lofty Nathan, The 12 O’Clock Boys follows the lives of a notorious motocross gang that has developed a new way of spreadingContinue reading “Trailer for documentary 12 O’ Clock Boys is a stunning look at a new breed of bedlam”

Artist Kim Keever’s creates surreal dreamlike landscapes in a fish tank

Kim Keevers has taken old school Hollywood effects into a modern art direction. Some of you might remember watching one of those “Making of…” documentaries about Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters or Ron Howard‘s Cocoon and seeing the VFX artists using this exact same technique to create strange clouds that usually introduced the mother ships inContinue reading “Artist Kim Keever’s creates surreal dreamlike landscapes in a fish tank”

Bryan Cranston is a Russian hitman in trailer for Cold Comes the Night

Proving once again that there is nothing that this man can not do, Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) is going “out the box” in his role as a nearly blind, Russian, career criminal. Cold Comes the Night is directed by Tze Chun (Children of Invention) and is about… (Via. Firstshowing.net) A struggling motel owner (Alice Eve)Continue reading “Bryan Cranston is a Russian hitman in trailer for Cold Comes the Night”

Trailer for an amazing science fiction-fantasy film “DUST” arrives

Quick shout out to Mercia Goia for posting this on Facebook. I don’t know when this all started, but I hope it never stops. A couple of weeks ago you heard me go on and on about my friends Kickstarter project The Ningyo, which is about 15k away from their goal by the way. ThisContinue reading “Trailer for an amazing science fiction-fantasy film “DUST” arrives”

Red Band trailer for Spike Lee’s OLDBOY starring Josh Brolin and Samuel L. Jackson

I’m still not convinced whether this should have been done, but it has and there ain’t nothing we can do about it. The Korean cult film OLDBOY has been redone by director Spike Lee and today we get to see the red band trailer for the film. It looks pretty true to the original, soContinue reading “Red Band trailer for Spike Lee’s OLDBOY starring Josh Brolin and Samuel L. Jackson”

Check out this amazing “The Making of Goodfellas” documentary

It’s funny, cause when I think back to that evening at Pleasure Island AMC Theaters with my bestfriend Damion and watching Goodfellas, all I remember was how violent the film was and not being able to wrap my mind around it. I attribute that film as being “thee” film that broke my “Rated R” cherry.Continue reading “Check out this amazing “The Making of Goodfellas” documentary”

World War Z succeeds where others have failed

I read about the hiccups Hollywood was having bringing one of my favorite books to the big screen, so I had my reservations about it’s end result. I think some of my concerns subsided after the films premier in New Jersey, where many of the celebrities in attendance gave the film some amazing reviews. ThatContinue reading “World War Z succeeds where others have failed”

If The Wachowski’s directed Man of Steel it might’ve looked just like Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel

I must preface this strange review with “I’m not sure where this review/analysis is headed, just bear with me”. I watched Man of Steel last night starring Henry Cavill and directed by Zack Snyder and for the most part, was blown away. I think the first thing that struck me as awesome was the soundtrackContinue reading “If The Wachowski’s directed Man of Steel it might’ve looked just like Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel”