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Charlize Theron is Kinda Crazy (video)

Charlize Theron has kicked and punched her beautiful (and crazy) self all the way to the top of Hollywood's food chain. More than just a pretty face, this talented actress has made her mark on the cinematic world of dramas, comedies, action and even family films. She has been known to dive deep into the mind's of her characters and push her body to the limit while training...
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10.12.2017
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Edgar Wright's film Grasshopper Jungle might get picked up by New Regency

One thing I really love about Edgar Wright , is that while he has a distinctive and eclectic style, he doesn't stay in one genre. From zombies, to buddy-cops, to the end of the world, to crime heists, to whatever SCOTT PILGRIM was, he puts his unique stamp on a variety of different stories. Which always keeps his movies fresh. And his next film is no exception....
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04.13.2017
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We interview Anne Hathaway and Nacho Vigalondo for Colossal

As a movie fan, there is nothing like walking in cold to a film and discovering something really inspired and fantastic. This happened for me with Anne Hathaway ’s latest. COLOSSAL is a strange, original, and wonderfully inventive mix of a comedic drama about a woman trying to put her life back together with a little bit of genre thrown in. Yes, this is also a monster...
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04.05.2017
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Face-Off: Godzilla (2014) vs. King Kong (2005)

Welcome back to the Face-Off, everyone! Did you remember to set your clocks forward? Good, then that means you were probably able to catch KONG: SKULL ISLAND at an appropriate time. If so then you’re still probably craving some good giant monster carnage. This week we will offer you just that with our latest bout, the 2014 GODZILLA versus the 2005 KING KONG . Screw the eighth wonder of the...
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03.14.2017
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Goldar design revealed for Power Rangers reboot

I've been a big champion for the POWER RANGERS reboot for a while now. The concept of kung-fu teen superheroes who fight giant monsters in large robots that also do kung-fu is awesome, no matter how you put it. And while the original show was hampered by low-budgets and catered to little children, the reboot has the luxury of a large budget and looks to appealing to a more...
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12.19.2016
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Ink & Pixel: Krampus

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you yourself, or...
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12.08.2016
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Ink & Pixel: The Babadook

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you...
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11.10.2016
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Kong: Skull Island releases new international trailer

You know, I was pretty iffy about news of yet another remake of KING KONG. While I am a huge defender of Peter Jackson 's 2005 remake (it's just so much fun!) I didn't think the story needed to be revisited again. I still have that belief for the most part, but it can't be denied that the last trailer for KONG: SKULL ISLAND was pretty damn epic . Also news that Kong...
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10.28.2016
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Awfully Good: Monster A Go-Go

2016 claimed yet another celebrity this week: director Herschell Gordon Lewis, the "Godfather of Gore." We've covered Lewis' early slasher-splatter film BLOOD FEAST and while he's best known as a pioneer of graphic violence, around these parts his most lasting work is without a doubt….   Monster A Go-Go (1965)  ...
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09.28.2016
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The Best Movie You Never Saw: Ravenous

Welcome to The Best Movie You NEVER Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine. This week we’ll be looking at RAVENOUS. THE STORY: In the wake of the...
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06.26.2015
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Awfully Good: Godzilla: Final Wars

I made a vow to myself in 1998 to never watch Roland Emmerich's GODZILLA. I intend to keep that promise, so please enjoy this much more entertaining entry in the man-in-suit franchise… Godzilla: Final Wars (2004) Director: Ryűhei Kitamura Stars: Masahiro Matsuoka, Rei Kikukawa, Don Frye When aliens attack earth using giant kaiju as weapons...
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05.14.2014
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Guillermo Del Toro and HBO want to create Naoki Urasawa's Monster. And is there hope for At The Mountains of Madness?

Sometimes it's hard keeping track of all of Guillermo Del Toro 's upcoming projects. It's even harder when half of his projects either get shot down by the studio or because he's a bit of an "idea" collector, not unlike another fanboy favorite Mr. Quentin Tarantino . Deadline has an exclusive about a new project that the director has signed on to. The news is that Del Toro and...
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04.25.2013
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