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October is upon us and Halloween will soon be here. To celebrate, I have put together a list of thirty-one films to check out. Some of these are the cheesiest of cheese; others may end up being hidden gems. This list is not in any particular order by the way. Enjoy.
1) KILLJOY - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9FmdqvPLX8
2) AAAH! ZOMBIES!! -…Continue
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Joseph Gordon Levitt directorial debut, Scarlett Johansson being a sex symbol, lots of PORN shown and did I mention Joseph Gordon Levitt is in this? Yeah! best romantic comedy ever.Continue
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That’s right folks, we’ve reached another milestone! We’re proud to present to you episode 60 of Straight Outta Austin! In this episode we break from our mandate to keep video games strictly on the Save File Corrupted?! podcast and talk about Injustice: Gods Among Us. We also discuss a…Continue
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This week on The Plot Hole, Steven and Simon start things off with some superhero movies news (as is more often than not the case) including big casting reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Then, helping to kick off awards season 2012, we mull over the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle which had an unlikely victor for Best Film of the year.
Also, speaking of winners, we chat the best movie posters of the year, along…Continue
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X-Men Days of Future Past is probably one of the best and most influential time travel stories ever created. So much so that it has been revisited, tribute and ripped off too many times to count. It’s probably the second most famous X-Men story ever written, (right after the Dark Phoenix…Continue
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It’s that Halloween-ey time of year and we will certainly give a nod to the holiday this week on The Plot Hole as we pick some scary movies for people who, well, don’t like scary movies. That’s far from it this week however, as I also brings us an early review of 007’s latest outing, Skyfall.
We’ll start things off with a discussion on some of the latest movie news including the trailer for Iron…Continue
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Just before we hit the London Spill Party for our live podcast I’d thought we’d clean up some leftover emails.
We rehash the last of our older reviews…
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I'm back this week for Episode 40 of the Podcast: http://playeraffinity.com/podcast.html. This week I join Steven and Simon for the following discussions:
- I get a chance to brag about getting the Les Mis casting right about Samantha Barks.
- Talk about the latest trailers: The Bourne Legacy, The Amazing Spider-man, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter and Iron Sky.
- The possibilty that Arnold…
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No, he's not filming a sequel to last years 'Let Me In'... director Matt Reeves has…Continue
From director Danny Boyle comes this harrowing tale of real-life mountain climber Aron Ralston (James Franco), who literally cuts himself loose from danger — and lives to tell about it when sliding rock pins his forearm under a boulder during a climb in Utah. To stay alive, Ralston resorts to his basest survival instincts.
Back in the…Continue
For some reason this film was advertised about a romantic trance between a torn-woman and the messenger, but it is not that at all. This is a film that effectively shows the dramatic effect that war can put on veterans, that are beautifully portrayed by Harrelson… Continue
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