Sam Raimi, the man responsible for the “Evil Dead” flicks, is making a return to horror apparently with “Drag Me to Hell.” The trailer for the film hit the Web today. Here it be: [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jCP3oOymK8%5D I caught wind of the trailer via ScreenRant.
Remember these commercials? [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDFMDka79Ts%5D Crazy Eddie had a kick-butt electronics chain back in the day — and some darn good commercials. Unfortunately, the owners of the business eventually went to jail, and now Danny DeVito is making a movie about his life. Details here. (Note: The Crazy Eddie pitchman was an actor, not the actual […]
“The Wrestler,” the movie commonly misconstrued as Mickey Rourke’s”comeback” film (come on, did anyone see “Sin City,”), is coming to DVD/BlueRay March 31, according to Fox Searchlight Pictures. Academy Award winner for best picture, “Slumdog Millionaire,” comes out that day, too. More details here.
Just posted on Marvel’s Web site: Check it out I will never see the movie because my Wolverine comic from like 1982 is worth about two bucks, even though it’s like the second one in a series.
“Watchmen,” the movie adaptation of a classic cult comic, dominated this weekend’s box office receipts, taking in $55 million, according to Derrick J. Lang of the Associated Press. Buzz for the flick has been building for well over a year, with “Entertainment Weekly” featuring a “who are the Watchmen”-style awhile back. Last week, “Watchmen” stories […]
Info via QTArchives on Twitter. Here is the official site of Quentin Tarantinos “Dirty Dozen” homage.
I don’t get it. “Goodfellas” comes out in 1990 and is ignored at the box office. Same thing for “The Shawshank Redemption” and, later, “Boogie Nights.” Yet lately the entire planet goes batcrap every time a dude puts on a goofy costume in the name of “justice.” It is some post-9/11, Great Recession collective response […]
From Slash Film: Here’s a listing of all the writers, directors and actors that I ’m aware of on the 140-character micro-blogging world. I’ve tried to concentrate on working actors over celebrities (for example, I didn’t include Britney Spears). read more | digg story
Sometimes police are willing to release public information: Date: December 30, 2008 Man leads police on six-town chase Author: Eugene Driscoll Staff Writer NEWTOWN — A Shelton man with a long history of motor vehicle violations allegedly led police on a chase that stretched through six towns Monday. Police said the incident started in Stratford […]
Article from Wired about Blockbuster. As a movie junkie, I vividly remember entering my first Blockbuster in the late 80s or early 90s in Mount Kisco, N.Y. Giant store, 5,000 flicks — it was heaven. I even worked there after high school (for a short time with Chad Cohen, of Ridgefield Main Street hot dog […]