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Bruce Lee wasn't simply a martial arts movie star, he was a pop culture icon whose influence is still felt today. Countless documentaries have been made of his life, and …Continue
Put down that cellphone for a minute and listen up, because it may just save your life. Stephen King's novel 'Cell' is slated to be adapted for the big screen via Cargo Entertainment. The story revolves around…Continue
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Being brought to Spill.com after viewing G.I. Joe at my local theater when I was supposed to see Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastards(would of been my first Tarantino film) with a friend who invited me to see the film I promised…Continue
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In this new day, and new age, is reading dying?
What do you think?
Added by Jordan Royter on January 17, 2013 at 10:24pm — No Comments
If you thought superhero sequels, ill-advised remakes, and movies based on a plethora of name brand properties were the only thing on the slate for the next few years, well you're not too far off. However, there are also reboots to consider. As of a few months ago, we know that one such reboot involves one of…Continue
For once, the actual author of the story set out to make his version of the story on film the definitive one! Not only that but Chbosky manages to convince anyone that his version of the story and its characters in this film should be the only version to be made. It's one of those rare films that…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on October 13, 2012 at 1:13pm — No Comments
We've talked a lot about the live action remake of the 80s anime 'Akira,' and all the various headaches and disasters that befell that project. Well, if there was one other project that has faced just as many speed bumps and…Continue
Just when you thought you'd escaped the deadliest case of cabin fever ever immortalized on film, we may have to pack our backs for a return trip to the Overlook Hotel. Warner Brothers is looking at the possibility of producing a prequel to 1980's …Continue
Still crippled by that lingering childhood fear of clowns? Well prepared to wet yourselves. Warner Brothers is bringing Stephen King's 'It' to the big screen. The story centers on a group of kids who, even into their adult…Continue
I hope you nice people do not mind some shameless self-promotion with the Podcast I work on, The Plot Hole at Playeraffinity.com. Episode 36 has been put on and the topics of discussion this week are the following:
Added by Kieran Freemantle on January 13, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
Despite some of the things that people have said about this movie, this is actually a movie that is worthy of being a sequel to the last Sherlock Holmes! Although it may be worthy of the last film, is it superior or is it another entertaining yet slightly disappointing continuation of the previous story and pre-existing characters?
This time around, fans of Holmes & Watson's (Robert Downey Jr & Jude Law respectively) adventures will be pleased to know that we get…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on December 29, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
The Hall Monitor: Part 2
Observe and Report is owned by Warner Bros.
Spongebob Squarepants is owned by…Continue
Added by Matt Vetrano on June 29, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
He certainly scared the hell out of me.
Cars is owned by Pixar. Maximum Overdrive is owned by De Laurentiis Entertainment…Continue
Added by Matt Vetrano on June 26, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
The brand new red band trailer for Lionsgate's 'Conan the Barbarian' reboot has hit the internet, and boy - they weren't kidding when they say red. Bright red. Candy-like red, and lots of it. Chock-full of blood, breasts and…Continue
Hello, readers. In order to attract more viewers to my main site, I've decided to publish this next entry of…Continue
Added by jadekite22 on May 18, 2011 at 8:12pm — No Comments
As one of the many "Honest Abe"-centric films currently in production, Stephen Spielberg's 'Lincoln' just went on a casting spree,…Continue
I’ve always seen Tim Burton as a cult director, and the reason I say this is that he has never been mainstream or even been a big office generator. Sure he has his major financial hits now and again, but they
are nothing compared to directors like Spielberg, Cameron, or even
Michael Bay. This newest film of his however has become the film that
just won’t die, as it has slowly but steadily crept up the box office
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