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I haven't read Peter M. Lenkov's graphic novel 'Rest In Peace Department,' but after hearing the synopsis today, you can bet your rotting corpse I'm going to. A division of undead cops trying to solve their own murders? It reminds me of one of my favorite schlocky 80s films: 'Dead Heat.' This year, Universal will release…Continue
A slower week for news doesn’t slow down The Plot Hole because as you know we always keep digging. As such we get energized and peeved in turn with our Damn You, Hell Yes! segment where we’ll cover everything from Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar to some developments on the long-time-coming Deadpool film.
There was also some interesting tidbits that came out of this year’s WonderCon, specifically Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and we’ll chat all about…Continue
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Just when you thought Pixar had the market cornered on adorable concepts for animated films, here comes Dreamworks with 'Turbo.' It's the story of a snail who dreams of winning the Indianapolis 500. The squishy underdog, voiced by Ryan Reynolds, is suddenly endowed with super speed that makes his dream a little more…Continue
Joe Manganiello as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman. Okay, take away the beard and then you have an excellent person for Superman in a Justice League movie. Not only has he stated that he wanted to play Superman really badly in the upcoming Man of…Continue
Walking out of my room, in which the cockroaches and the rats are at war for total supremacy, I can honestly say I wasn't expecting much from Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut, 'Ted.' I expected little more than what I saw in the trailers and anything I've seen in just about every Family Guy episode: Crass, vulgar humor that does tickle the funny bone every now and then, and is good to watch with the guys. Needless to say I held just as much breath for Ted as I did the notion that Fox…Continue
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As you probably know, for several months now, Summit, now Lionsgate/Summit, has been prepping a reboot to the 1986 cult classic …Continue
Dreamworks in pre-production on their upcoming animated film 'Turbo.' The film centers on a garden snail who dreams of achieving glory in the world of racing. His aspirations, as one would expect, cause a great deal of friction with his…Continue
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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Ever since the release of the, shall we say, less-than-stellar 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' fans have been curious about the possibility of a spin-off movie featuring the character Deadpool. …Continue
Copping and repackaging an old maxim, you should never judge a movie by its poster. That advice only seems more appropriate when the poster is for a movie starring two people you like, and looks like it was whipped together in Photoshop five minutes before it was due to premiere. Such is the case with the recently-revealed poster for Daniel Espinoza's…Continue
Kevin Bacon and Ryan Reynolds can be seen next to a bitchin' new Dodge Challenger in new set photos from the upcoming adaptation of Dark Horse Comics 'R.I.P.D.'. In the film, Reynolds plays Walker - a murdered cop who joins the "Rest In Peace…Continue
After languishing in distribution hell for the last two and a half years, the first trailer for 'Fireflies in the Garden' has finally been released. The film centers around Ryan Reynolds as writer Michael Waechter and…Continue
Hello Spillios, Dr.O here writing my first ever review for this site. Any constructive criticism is welcome and encouraged:
When I first decided to go see the Green Lantern film I did what any person does when trying to decide on a film, I checked the reviews, and what I found was not that good. It seemed most critics thought it was a massive load of wasted potential.
This made me disappointed, but despite the negative reviews from critics, from…Continue
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