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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Buffy, Citizen Kane, Shape of Water

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass...
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BAFTA nominations led by Shape of Water, Three Billboards & Darkest Hour

While the Oscars may be the talk of the town here in America, the U.K. has their own top prize with the British Academy Film and Television Art’s awards – or BAFTA’s. Getting a nomination for one of these coveted awards can secure a movie’s position for Oscar gold, and now that the BAFTA’s have put out their nominations, things are looking good for some...
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01.09.2018
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The 10 Best Films of 2017 (JimmyO)

Another year has come to an end, and that means it’s time to look back at a mostly impressive selection of features. Sure there were a number of disappointments, but there were more than a few pleasant surprises. Patty Jenkins gave us a Wonder-ful superhero origin story. Andy Muschietti gave life to a terrifying clown haunting the children of Derry, Maine. And let us not...
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12.29.2017
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Guillermo del Toro talks new directing gig, Scott Cooper for Antlers film

It would appear as if everything is coming up Milhouse for Guillermo del Toro , for in the wake of landing seven Golden Globe nominations for his latest film, THE SHAPE OF WATER, Fox Searchlight has sped up the production of two more projects associated with the legendary director. According to sources who spoke with Variety , Fox Searchlight is now in the process of...
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12.12.2017
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Exclusive: Shape of Water featurette dives into Michael Shannon's character

A movie is only as good as the villain, and in the black-and-white, horror movies of old, the monster was always the villain, and the tall, black-haired man with nice posture was the hero who got the girl. But in THE SHAPE OF WATER from Guillermo del Toro , the roles are reversed, and the man who would be the hero, Richard Strickland ( Michael Shannon ), is as monstrous as any...
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12.12.2017
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Hideo Kojima releases (relatively) straightforward Death Stranding trailer

So it hasn't even been a full day yet, and already the internet is exploding with fan theories about what the latest trailer for Hideo Kojima's ambitious DEATH STRANDING game means, which debuted at this year's Game Awards. The game itself has been turning heads since it was announced at E3 last year, and even moreso when they later released a second trailer starring a...
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12.08.2017
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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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12.07.2017
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The Shape of Water swims to the surface of The Critics Choice Awards

The Broadcast Film Critics Association has selected their picks for the best of the year in film and television, and  Guillermo del Toro ’s emotionally-driven fairy tail THE SHAPE OF WATER has surfaced as a clear favorite among the group. Del Toro's newest film has received an overwhelmingly amount of positive buzz since it was screened for critics during TIFF. In...
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12.06.2017
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We Talk The Shape of Water with Guillermo del Toro, Doug Jones and More!

I’ll never forget the first time I saw PAN’S LABYRINTH. I was already a fan of Guillermo del Toro before thanks to HELLBOY and CRONOS, but that incredible film inspired me like few others. Since then, we’ve seen fantastic work from the writer/director, but even I wasn’t ready for his latest romatic creation. THE SHAPE OF WATER is sensational. Starring the...
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12.04.2017
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Shape of Water & Call Me By Your Name top L.A. Film Critics awards

Awards season is in full swing, but it is not yet time for elegant ball gowns, smart tuxedos, drunken on-stage ramblings and people misreading the envelope. Right now it’s all about the critic awards, with the National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Circle kicking things off with their top honors, including THE POST and LADY BIRD for Best Film, respectively. Now...
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12.04.2017
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Pacific Rim: Uprising featurette shows of some new footage

In a few months, we’ll venture back into the world of robots smashing monsters, monsters munching on robots, and humans just kind of standing over there. PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING showed off its colorful and energetic trailer about a month ago, and now it’s time to go behind the scenes in this featurette, which shows off some new footage of robot bashing and character moments....
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12.04.2017
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Hellboy remake starring David Harbour gets a release date

So it seems all the hubbub has died down from the one-two punch of first losing any possibility of a Guillermo del Toro -directed HELLBOY III, and then finding out Big Red was getting the dreaded reboot treatment. Now we've heard about the new characters joining the team (like Ben Daimio), and people have seemed to warm up to David Harbour as the new Hellboy (I know I have). Not...
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11.30.2017
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