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Awfully Good Movies - Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (Video)

Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House (2002) Director:  Rod Daniel Stars:  Michael Weinberg, French Stewart, Missi Pyle Well, the Christmas season has arrived upon us once again, and Awfully Good Movies is ringing in the Yuletide with one of its two Christmas specials this year... HOME ALONE 4: TAKING BACK THE HOUSE! Yes, few of you may know that the HOME...
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TV Review: Marvel's The Punisher, Season 1, Episode 7 "Crosshairs"

THE PUNISHER, Season 1, Episode 7 "Crosshairs" RECAP/REVIEW: Last episode we saw Lewis, the PTSD-riddled stereotype, murder O'Connor, the Vietnam Vet stereotype, and episode 7 sadly picks up with that lame subplot. We see Lewis washing off the blood on his hands, while nursing a slash on his side from O'Connor's knife. Lewis grabs a shower curtain,...
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Andi Matichak to play Laurie Strode's granddaughter in Halloween

When Michael Myers returns in David Gordon Green 's HALLOWEEN sequel, he'll have to deal with three generations of the Strode family. We already know that Jamie Lee Curtis is set to reprise her role of Laurie Strode and that Judy Greer will be playing her daughter, Karen Strode, but now The Tracking Board reports that Andi Matichak has signed on to the film as Allyson,...
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Return to the park in the first trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Taking place several years after the events of JURASSIC WORLD, the upcoming sequel will find Owen Grady ( Chris Pratt ) and Claire Dearing ( Bryce Dallas Howard ) returning to Isla Nublar, where the dinosaurs have completely overrun the park, to save the animals when a volcano threatens them with a second extinction. The first trailer for JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM just dropped on...
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The Autopsy of Jane Doe director to helm Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Many of us still have fond memories of getting the crap scared out of us by "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark," not necessarily by the tales themselves, but more so by the unnerving illustrations by Stephen Gammell. CBS Films acquired the rights to the children's book series several years ago, and last year, Guillermo del Toro came on-board to develop the project which...
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Wonder Woman, Get Out, Dunkrik & more make AFI's top-ten list of 2017

As we approach the end of the year, we reach the time when we find ourselves overwhelmed by a legion of top-ten lists from all corners of the internet, some of which we may agree with and others which we may not, but they always make for a good topic of discussion. The American Film Institute have unveiled their annual top-ten lists of the best movies and TV shows of the past year,...
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J.J. Abrams on why he returned to direct Star Wars: Episode IX

Before the release of STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, Lucasfilm announced that Colin Trevorrow (JURASSIC WORLD) would direct STAR WARS: EPISODE IX, but, when Trevorrow and the studio found themselves clashing during development, the director left the project due to " creative differences " several months ago. Lucasfilm was left scrambling to fill the hole, but we didn't...
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WB plans to restructure the DC Films Division after Justice League fails

We've just learned via Variety that Warner Bros. is planning a shake-up and restructuring of its DC Films imprint in wake of the disappointing box office returns from JUSTICE LEAGUE. According to sources who're hip to the new plan, Jon Berg will be stepping away from his current job running the comic book’s film production division, and the hunt for his...
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Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek film will be rated R!

So, with what sounds like an SNL skit (and not a particularly imaginative one either), it seems like we're this close to getting an R-rated Quentin Tarantino -directed STAR TREK film! According to Deadline , Tarantino met with J.J. Abrams about potentially directing the film, with the rating as the major stipulation to him coming on board. Once Abrams and Paramount agreed...
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Video essay talks about nostalgia and its affect on current pop culture

" Hey, remember the thing? " That's been an issue lately with pop-culture, because besides just being inundated with movies and TV shows based on things we loved in the past, we are also seemingly stuck in '80s nostalgia, in a constant refrain of " Oh, I remember that movie! I get that reference! ". This becomes increasingly clear when we look at the success...
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Coreys Feldman & Haim biopic debuts official release date and trailer

It's damn near impossible to talk about films of the '80s without Coreys Feldman and Haim entering into the conversation. The two brothers from different mothers lived like rockstars in their prime, though many did not know of the horrors they'd endured behind-the-scenes as child stars working for a corrupt Hollywood. Recently, Corey Feldman has been in the news on...
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First look at James Wan's upcoming Aquaman film starring Jason Momoa!

JUSTICE LEAGUE was our first look at Jason Momoa as dude-bro Aquaman, and now we have our first look at Aquaman from the upcoming James Wan -directed solo film. Let's take a look, shall we? Hmmm. He actually looks pretty badass. He also seems to be in something like an oil refinery (which would fit his modus operandi as someone fighting against pollution in the comics)....
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