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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Ant-Man, Road Warrior, Twin Peaks

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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12.17.2016
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Sam Mendes in talks to direct James and the Giant Peach for Disney

At this point I'm convinced that Disney is just going to remake everything and, despite our grumblings, will make a trillion dollars in the process. The next project on Disney's remake block will be a new re-imagining of Roald Dahl 's "James and the Giant Peach," which was previously adapted by Henry Selick for Disney in the live-action/animated hybrid of the...
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08.25.2016
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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Steven Spielberg Special

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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06.29.2016
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Why It Works: The Usual Suspects

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** X-MEN: APOCALYPSE hits theaters this weekend, marking Bryan Singer 's fourth time at the helm of an X-Men movie. Since the first X-MEN , we haven't seen much in the way of...
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05.27.2016
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VHS Retro Art Round-up: Action Jackson, The Lost World, BMX Bandits and more

Every child of the 80s will remember going to the video store and trying to find a movie to rent. Back before the days of Blu-ray and On Demand, selecting a movie usually meant finding the flick with the coolest box art. Like modern posters, classic VHS art has been lost but thanks to the Internet there are countless reminders of these cool creations. This column will be dedicated to...
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06.11.2015
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Shekhar Kapur to helm the pilot for Lifetime's Omen series Damien

Despite the stigma many hold when they hear anything related to the Lifetime cable network, they have just added some talent to their OMEN series DAMIEN that makes me a little more interested in the project. DAMIEN comes from showrunner Glen Mazzara, best known for his stint on THE WALKING DEAD as well as the Starz series CRASH before that. Mazzara is producing the six episode first...
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12.03.2014
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Reboot of the remake of The Omen is coming from 20th Century Fox

Despite being rebooted less than 10 years ago and with an upcoming television series in development, 20th Century Fox has decided that we need a new take on THE OMEN and will be rebooting the acclaimed horror series. Bloody Disgusting broke the news regarding the reboot that will be a co-production between Fox and Platinum Dunes. While the 2006 version from director John Moore did...
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06.27.2014
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Former Walking Dead showrunner to write/produce TV series based on The Omen

THE WALKING DEAD and AMERICAN HORROR STORY proved that horror could exist on the small screen while HANNIBAL and BATES MOTEL showed that you could reboot iconic films for television. So, which classic will get reinvented next? How about THE OMEN? Glenn Mazzara, the departed showrunner from THE WALKING DEAD who took over from Frank Darabont , will write and produce the pilot for...
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05.19.2014
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The UnPopular Opinion: The Omen (2006)

THE UNPOPULAR OPINION 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 LOATHED. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Enjoy! ****SOME SPOILERS ENSUE**** Happy Halloween everyone! I love this time of year...
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10.30.2013
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Christopher McQuarrie signs on to direct remake of Ice Station Zebra; does that take him out of M:I5?

Well, it looks like the news of Tom Cruise signing on to MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5 without Christopher McQuarrie attached (yet) takes another turn, as the director has just inked a deal to write and direct a remake of the 1968 cold-war era suspense thriller ICE STATION ZEBRA. Whether that means McQuarrie is out of MI:5 is anyone's guess, but that should be cleared up shortly when a helmer is...
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05.06.2013
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Miramax and Martin Scorsese are trying to bring Gangs of New York to the small screen

One movie my Dad could watch over and over was Martin Scorsese's GANGS OF NEW YORK. I was sort of hard on it at first because of Cameron Diaz. Then finally one day I broke down and watched it-- I loved it. So Diaz isn't the best part of the movie, but the dynamic between Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis coupled with the beautiful scenery is nothing short of spectacular. Can you...
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03.28.2013
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Review: Solomon Kane

PLOT: A once-brutal warrior who has renounced his violent ways finds himself on a quest to save a young woman from a vicious and demonic army. REVIEW: SOLOMON KANE is a lot more enjoyable than it has any right to be. As straight-faced and noble as its title character, the movie could have played things tongue-in-cheek ala THE MUMMY, which would have been disastrous, but...
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09.26.2012
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