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New Pacific Rim viral image warns of kaiju attack

We've seen a lot of marketing pieces for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming summer blockbuster PACIFIC RIM over the past couple of months - everything from kickass trailers to Jaegar posters - and so far they've all impressed. Today we have the latest viral image promoting the flick and I gotta say, it's a bit underwhelming. Oh well...they can't all be winners, can they? This latest piece...
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04.10.2013
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Hellboy creator says there won't be a third film

Here's some disappointing, but not unsurprising, news. HELLBOY creator Mike Mignola recently sat down with Comic Book Resources to talk about the latest series of the comic and shared his thoughts on the long-awaited third film in the HELLBOY franchise, mentioning that aside from the difficulty in explaining the release pattern for the book, the other public relations deal that he'll...
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04.09.2013
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Could Universal's Mama become a franchise?

The Guillermo del Toro-produced MAMA was a big hit both domestically and internationally as well as with audiences who dug its eerie tone and genuine scares. The films distributor Universal is also pleased with the supernatural thriller's success to the point that a sequel is now being considered, according to Screen Daily who spoke with Universal's David Kosse on the matter. Kosse...
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02.20.2013
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New clip shows how MAMA came to life

MAMA scored big at the box office last week, scaring up a $28.1 million haul that proved horror is far from dead at the box office. One of the creepiest elements of the film was MAMA herself, whose design was created by way of practical effects that were then enhanced by CGI in post, delivering a highly unnerving effect that chilled viewers to the bone. Today we have a short clip that...
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01.25.2013
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The F*cking Black Sheep: Mimic (1997)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! Mimic (1997) Directed by Guillermo Del Toro “Mimic’s opening sequence is perhaps...
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01.03.2013
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