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14 CommentsPosted by Michael Breiburg on September 28, 2009 under Horror, Movie News, Movie Trailers
Unfortunately it had to premiere on MySpace's Trailer Park but that goes to show you where the eyeballs are flocking to. Now that the first trailer for 2010's A Nightmare On Elm Street just premiered online, it will unspool traditionally this weekend attached to prints of Zombieland. Despite watching it on a computer, the trailer has me very excited for this latest Nightmare, even though i... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Michael Breiburg on August 22, 2009 under Movie Reviews
8/10 Told in chapters/sub-genres, Quentin Tarantino's latest love letter to the movies, his long awaited World War II flick, Inglourious Basterds, delivers the greatest war story ever told in the form of his first true epic. Whereas Kill Bill was a personal story stretched across an epic canvas, Inglourious Basterds is the first Tarantino epic, squeezed into a World War II tale. While s... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Michael Breiburg on August 10, 2009 under Movie News
Operation: Basterd Tweetup is set to advance tonight, when you can follow the exploits of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds as they storm Hollywood's Chinese theater, all from the safety (and front row seat) of the internet. Yeah, we're living in an age where one can follow events in real time on the net more closely than actual guests at the actual events. The Flickcast's Chris Ullric... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Michael Breiburg on August 7, 2009 under Movie News
Tom Hanks has passed on Harvey. Without reading the script. Variety columnist Mike Fleming wrote Tuesday evening that Tom Hanks has no interest in starring in Steven Spielberg's re-adaptation of Harvey, scripted by Jonathan Tropper. Fleming writes "while it appears there was a conversation, Hanks and Spielberg won't pursue it because Hanks is (already) so identified with Stewart." Makes se... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Michael Breiburg on August 3, 2009 under Movie News
Sunday morning Fox made an announcement followed by a press release stating they are co-producing, along with Dreamworks, a re-adaptation of Harvey. Attached to direct is Steven Spielberg. Cue the remake backlash... ...especially with such a high profile director at the helm. Actually, a Harvey "remake" has been in the works for a while now. Some may be aware of writer Craig Mazin's draf... more.