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Cop Car Trailer has Kevin Bacon as a Terrifying Madman

In the first trailer for the upcoming movie Cop Car, Kevin Bacon plays a bad-to-the-bone small town sheriff who’s out for blood when someone steals his ride. Two rebellious young kids (James Freedson-Jackson and Hays Wellford) soon realize the world of trouble they’ve driven into from daring to b...
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Netflix Queue Review | Not Cool

Thanksgiving break – a time when all college students get a short break to reunite with family and all of their friends from high school. Shane Dawson’s Not Cool is just that. Not Cool is about former high school big shot, Scott (Shane Dawson), who completely had his life made – until he went to ...

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Felt Trailer and Poster Will Stick With You

Based on the real experiences and art of co-writer/star Amy Everson, Felt doesn’t just point a finger at rape culture; it takes a full on swing at it, creating a feminist psychological thriller that audiences will be hard-pressed to shake off. Just the red band trailer itself is enough to s...
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El Rey Network Presents: The Director’s Chair with Robert Zemeckis

Visionary filmmaker Robert Zemeckis is well known for his great works of Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and Forrest Gump. This Sunday, sit down with him and Robert Rodriguez to get insight on the wonderful and challenging film career of this relentlessly inventive filmmaker. In this...

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Kung Fury | A Love Letter to 80’s Action Films

Kung Fury is an over-the-top action comedy that has its foundation in 80’s cop movies and probably a cocktail of drugs. This short film is thirty minutes of pure ridiculous 1980’s movie awesomeness paired with interesting special effects and general what-the-fuck-ness. This movie should come with...
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Netflix Queue Review | Ask Me Anything

Ask Me Anything answers the famous question of what does one do when you decide to take time off of school. Well, it at least answers it in the perspective of 17-year-old Katie Kampenfelt (Britt Robertson), in which she decides to keep a daily blog. Katie’s blog was not just your normal every day...

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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Gets Start Date

Back in February Jon Stewart announced that he would be leaving The Daily Show; a program he has hosted for 16 years. The next month Comedy Central announced that comedian Trevor Noah would be taking over Stewart’s position. Now with Stewart’s last show confirmed to be on August 6th, the network ...
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Joe Wright and Anne Hathaway Team Up For The Lifeboat

Here’s a creative team we can get behind. With Joe Wright‘s Pan arriving in theaters this October he’s looking for his next project and it looks like he’s found it in The Lifeboat. Deadline revealed that Wright will join forces with Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway in an adaptat...

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Throwback Thursday Review: The Day After Tomorrow

Disaster movies are one of our favorite guilty pleasure genres. They’re a little silly, a little scary and insanely entertaining. Roland Emmerich’s The Day After Tomorrow is all of that and more. We’re hoping The Rock’s latest disaster movie, San Andreas, will also provide the goods. Global warmi...
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Fox to Reboot The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

According to Variety, 20th Century Fox is looking to take another stab at The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The studio’s first attempt at bringing The League to the big screen was in 2003 and starred Sean Connery. The film was a financial success, but was critically panned and currently has ...