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Helen Mirren's house is full of angry ghosts in Winchester trailer

All I really need to know about WINCHESTER is that in involves Helen Mirren and a haunted house. That's a guaranteed ticket right there, but the Spierig Brothers flick doesn't look half bad, and the addition of Jason Clarke (DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES) and Sarah Snook (PREDESTINATION) certainly doesn't hurt either. Inspired by true events, WINCHESTER stars Helen...
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01.04.2018
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Step inside the first trailer for Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built

Anyone who is a fan of ghost shows of any sort is probably familiar with the enormously spooky, and flat-out enormous, Winchester Mansion. Built by Sarah Winchester, the wife of gun tycoon William Winchester, the house is known for massive size and insane design structure, filled with staircases that lead to nowhere and absurd floorplans.  Oh, and it's said to be haunted...
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10.24.2017
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Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built unleashes stylish teaser poster

I always love movies, especially horror movies, that are supposedly "inspired by true events". You see it all the time, including the original marketing for films like PSYCHO and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (both based on serial killer Ed Gein), or the recent CONJURING movies (which are more full of shit than the person at the end of a human centipede). But Hollywood loves that...
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10.23.2017
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Review: The Glass Castle

PLOT: Writer Jeannette Walls ( Brie Larson ) reflects on her turbulent childhood as the daughter of squatters ( Woody Harrelson & Naomi Watts ) while preparing to marry a Wall Street exec. REVIEW: Based on the much-loved memoir by Jeannette Walls, THE GLASS CASTLE is director Destin Daniel Cretton’s first film since SHORT TERM 12, reuniting him with that...
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08.09.2017
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Emotional trailer for The Glass Castle stars Brie Larson & Woody Harrelson

Based on the memoir by Jeannette Walls, THE GLASS CASTLE tells the story of Jeannette's ( Brie Larson ) unconventional upbringing by her father, Rex ( Woody Harrelson ), and mother, Rose Mary ( Naomi Watts ). The dysfunctional family are constantly on the move thanks to Rex’s inability to find a stable job, as well as his drinking problems, and Jeanette escapes to New York...
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05.18.2017
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Cast This: Lisbeth Salander AKA The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

In 2009 the first adaptation of author Stieg Larsson’s award-winning Millennium series, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, was released starring Noomi Rapace as the titular character. In 2011 we were given an American version directed by David Fincher and starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara now playing Lisbeth Salander. Fincher’s movie, which I still feel is...
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12.31.2015
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Review: Steve Jobs

PLOT: The life of Apple Inc., co-founder Steve Jobs ( Michael Fassbender ) as told through his behavior and interactions at three key product launches – the MacIntosh in 1984, the NeXT computer in 1988, and the iMac ten years later. REVIEW: It's hard to overstate the importance of Steve Jobs to our modern world. More than simply a pioneer, his products have become a...
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10.23.2015
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Seth Rogen might be shopping a TV series adaptation of Garth Ennis' The Boys

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg 's Preacher series based on the Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon comics of the same name won't premiere on AMC until next year, and according to Birth Movies Death , they are looking to bring another Ennis-penned comic to the small screen. The site is claiming that the due are out shopping an adaptation of Ennis and Darick Robertson's violent...
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10.13.2015
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Top 10 Most Unflattering Biopics

STEVE JOBS hits theaters today and affords fans of Apple products to get a very unflattering look at the creator of one of the most influential technology companies in history. Biopics have been a Hollywood staple since the invention of film but many of them offer a sanitized and cleaned up take on our heroes. This ranking compiles the biopics that didn't pull any punches and showed the darker...
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10.09.2015
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The Good, the Bad & the Badass: Danny Boyle

Last time on The Good, The Bad & The Badass, we took a look at the career of actor Matt Damon , whose latest – THE MARTIAN – is dominating the box office this week. This time, we go behind the camera to examine the career of top-notch director with expertise in every genre... Danny Boyle   What makes Danny Boyle one of the great directors...
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10.05.2015
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Review: Steve Jobs

Reviewed from New York Film Festival 2015 PLOT: A dramatization of three important days in the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs: the day he launched the first Mac, the day he launched Apple competitor NeXT, and the day he launched the iMac.  REVIEW: Steve Jobs was a smart man. He was a charismatic man and a self-centered man, a tough man and, sometimes, an extremely...
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10.04.2015
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See the many sides of Michael Fassbender in the second Steve Jobs trailer

Set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, STEVE JOBS takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter. Michael Fassbender portrays the titular character and is surrounded by a hell of a supporting cast with the likes of Kate Winslet , Seth Rogen ,...
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09.17.2015
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