10 most anticipated of 2012 →
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All the Oscars, right here.
This better be real otherwise I will cry. Well, either way I’ll cry.
#90: Bear With Me
After a bear attack a young scientist finds her life taken over by a strange doppelganger and must thwart its plan to infiltrate the secret government facility where she works.
#89: He's a Stand Up Drunk
A stand-up comedian whose act is him getting drunk on stage is told by his doctor that he has to give it up or die from alcohol poisoning. As his career and personal life flounder, he must face the prospect that he can’t be funny sober.
Zombies of War (2006) →
Christmas Evil (1980) →
Death of a Salesman (1985) →
A Clockwork Orange (1971) →
I love writing when I'm tired
Yesterday at around 11 PM I wrote down what I must have thought of as a genius idea: Civil War reenactors feuding with members of a zombie walk. Then a real zombie apocalypse happens and they have to band together, the reenactors using their skills with weapons and the zombie guys using their knowledge of zombie behaviour to survive. That is a million-dollar idea!
Candyman (1992) →
A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a...– Stanley Kubrick.
The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) →
Werewolf of Washington (1973) →
Vampyr (1932) →
No review today
It makes me as sad as it makes you. The truth is I’ve been working on a questionnaire for a university that I’m applying to for film production. I’ll probably double post on Friday to make up.
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie trailer →
This film looks absolutely insane. Can’t wait.
If I were going to pit a city ordinance against human rights, I would always...– Frank La Rue, U.N. “special rapporteur” for the protection of free expression “U.N. Envoy: U.S. Isn’t Protecting Occupy Protesters’ Rights” HuffPost 12/2/11 (via drwh0) Oh, I know the day that the UN would issue sanctions against the US will probably never come but it’s still nice to see stuff like...
Macbeth (1971) →
The Wolfman (1941) →
Taking Off (1971) →