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Free Screening of Visioneers Starring Zach Galifianakis

Those of you who have seen The Hangover or are familiar with Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job will recognize the great Zach Galifianakis.  The bearded comic is on the verge of becoming a huge star, something we’re all very glad to see. Being fans of Galifianakis, we’re very happy to announce a free […]

Ryan Reynolds is Green Lantern

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Ryan Reynolds has beat out the likes of Bradley Cooper and Justin Timberlake for the role of DC Comics Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern. Green Lantern which is being fast tracked for a 2011 release will be directed by Casino Royale director Martin Campbell. The fact that Justin Timberlake […]

The Wright Stuff: Double Bill Pope

The Wright Stuff is returning to the Bloor Cinema.  The film series, presented by director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz), is returning for a very special one-night event: an awesome Army of Darkness/Team America double bill!  Bill Pope, the cinematographer who shot both these films will be in attendance to take questions, […]

Toronto After Dark Film Festival Announces First 8 Titles

The Toronto After Dark Film Festival showcases the best in horror, cult and sci-fi films from around the world.  The festival has announced the first 8 titles on this year’s schedule, and there are some great ones. Trick ‘R’ Treat (Dir. Michael Dougherty, USA) Grace (Dir. Paul Solet, Canada) Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Dir. […]

Review: Transformers Revenge of the Fallen

I had been debating whether or not I should even bother reviewing Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; the new Transformers film has been almost universally panned by critics, but is doing gangbusters at the box office.  Should people even try to critique a film like Transformers 2?  It is a film almost entirely bereft of any […]

District 9 Theatrical Trailer

Yahoo Movies has posted the full theatrical trailer for Neill Blomkamp‘s feature film debut District 9. The unorthodox alien invasion film was produced by Peter Jackson, who hired the director to helm the live-action Halo movie which fell through.  District 9 is based on Blomkamp’s short film Alive in Joburg.  District 9 will be released […]

Exclusive: Avatar Footage to Debut at Comic Con

Dork Shelf has received some interesting information from a reliable source regarding the San Diego Comic Con and James Cameron‘s new film Avatar. Apparently the huge 65,000 square foot H hall at the San Diego Convention Center is being converted into a massive 3D theatre for the event.  This means that not only will Cameron […]

Batman: Number One

FunnyOrDie presents Batman: Number One, a hilarious short film in which we discover that having dead parents isn’t the only issue the Dark Knight has. Thanks to richpee for the link FROM AROUND THE WEB

Faux Grindhouse 2012 Trailer

Vimeo user Garrison Dean has created a hilarious 1970′s grindhouse style trailer for Roland Emmerich‘s upcoming disaster-porn movie 2012. The video really illustrates how ridiculous Emmerich’s epic disaster movie is going to be, but we’ll all go to see the insane spectacle anyways.  Kudos to the maker of the video for using music from Incredible […]

Inglourious Basterds International Trailer

A new trailer for Quentin Tarantino‘s new film Inglourious Basterds has hit the web.  In the trailer we get a much better look at what the main storyline of the film will be, and our first look at Mike Myers as British General Ed Fenech. Inglourious Basterds looks like a lot of fun; Not something […]

George Lucas: Maker of Films

The Binary Bansai has unearthed a rare hour long interview with Star Wars creator George Lucas from 1971.  Filmed hot on the heels of his first feature film THX 1138, the piece entitled George Lucas: Maker of Films features a 27 year old Lucas discussing the movie industry, film theory and his hopes for the […]

Trailer for Park Chan-wook’s Thirst

We briefly discussed Korean director Park Chan-wook‘s latest film Thirst, in our most recent podcast.  Park, the director of 2003′s twisted and amazing Oldboy debuted his new film at the Cannes film festival a few weeks ago.  Thirst secured a North American release at the festival, and an English trailer for the film hit the […]

Podcast 7: Cannes, Not Khan

Special guests Peter Kuplowsky, programmer at the Bloor and the After Dark Film Festival, and Noah Taylor, blogger extraordinaire, join Jeff, Lucas, and Will for a discussion of recent films and comics. Peter lets us know what he saw at The Cannes Film Festival, and Jeff talks to us about Batman and Robin #1. "Here we go!"

Trailer for Scorsese’s Shutter Island

Director Martin Scorsese hopes to continue his successful collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio in their new film Shutter Island.  The psychological thriller follows Teddy Daniels (DiCaprio), a US Marshal investigating the disappearance of a patient from a hospital for the criminally insane located on a remote island. Shutter Island is based off the novel of the […]

It Might Get Loud Trailer

I missed director Davis Guggenheim‘s It Might Get Loud at the Toronto Film Festival last year since I had another movie to attend.  The documentary features Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, The Edge of U2 and Jack White of The White Stripes/The Raconteurs talking about music and the power of the electric guitar.  The trailer […]

Mickey Rourke is Steampunk He-Man

Paramount Pictures has let slip the first official photo of Mickey Rourke as Ivan “Whiplash” Vanko in Jon Favreau’s Iron Man 2.  Rourke’s character is actually a combination of two Iron Man villains: Blacklash and a Russian villain Crimson Dynamo.  The photo no doubt represents an early iteration of the character in the film; as […]

Cameron, Verbinksi, Snyder to join Fincher’s Heavy Metal

Film School Rejects is reporting that directors James Cameron, Gore Verbinski and Zack Snyder have all signed on to produce segments for a new animated Heavy Metal film being helmed by David Fincher. According to the article, three other big name directors are also in negotiations to create segments for the film, but have not […]

Mashup: Han Solo, P.I.

“Han Solo, P.I” is the creation of YouTube user TheCBVee. The video is a mashup of Star Wars and the 1980′s TV show Magnum, P.I. starring Tom Selleck.  Oh, internet you never cease to amaze me. The Star Wars spoof  is a painstaking shot for shot re-imagining of the original Magnum, P.I. intro sequence, as you […]