Tonight on the show we have actress Catherine Mary Stewart from Night of the Comet and The Last Star Fighter, as well as the morbid comedy Weekend at Berrnies, Everything has a Horror connection lol. I met her at the RI comic Con Last year. She was even on an episode of the Outer Limits, we talk about the new Scream Factory release of Night of the Comet. I will discuss the new Transformer movie Age of Extinction, the return of True Blood, and the trailer for Dracula Untold, which looks really cool, I fly solo tonight as Pam could not make it in. I will play music from the soundtrack of THE FLY.
Archive for June, 2014
My girl friends first movie review and we both FUCKING HATED THIS MOVIE.
That is all.
Still playing at Blackstone Valley Cinema Delux.
This was yet another visually-stunning movie with absolutely no substance. It reminded me of Prometheus. Gorgeous to look at, but the more I saw, the dumber I felt for watching.
I saw this movie minutes after watching How to Train Your Dragon at the Mendon, MA drive-in with my boyfriend. It was a really great set up because he and I spent the entire film riffing and shouting at the screen. This was a well-dressed turd of a movie. It starts off with bizarrely alien dialogue with young Maleficent and Stefan meeting in the woods. This signaled the main problem with the film. The dialogue was consistently laughably bad. I burst out laughing minutes later when the king rode in on his horse with an army and announced, “THIS IS THE MYSTERIOUS MOOR THAT NO ONE DARES TO GO.” 1. They should already know that. 2. WHO THE HELL SAYS…
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I had to reblog THIS one from my friend Dan Kimmel, you can hear my co-host and I review this weekend on the show and on you tube.
Movie is playing at Blackstone Cinema Delux and Leominster Entertainment Cinema.
With Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor. Written by Ehren Kruger. Directed by Michael Bay. Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, language and brief innuendo. 165 minutes.
“2001: A Space Odyssey” was 160 minutes. “The Godfather” was 170 minutes. There is no reason on Earth (or beyond) that TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION needs to be 165 minutes. It is a bloated, incoherent mess that may divert children (and grown-ups who enjoyed playing with the toys) who have turned the last three films into international hits. It’s a prime example of why box office is not a good measure of quality.
Written by Ehren Kruger, the once promising screenwriter who now makes a lot of money for “Scene: Good robots fight bad robots,” sets us up with Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), a Texas inventor who is about to lose his home. It’s five…
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On the show tonight Hugo Nominated author and long time friend of the show DAN KIMMEL. We will be discussing all the genre films these coming months, and Roger Kastel, the painter behind the iconic images of Jaws and The Empire Strikes Back and so many more.
This is very funny as Dan is not a fan of Speilberg’s work and we have a man connected to the directors films on the show as well. Pam and I talk about V Wars, Penny Dreadful, the return of True Blood and end of Game of Thrones.
It’s been 55 years since Rod Sterling gave us one of the most beloved and first anthology tv shows of all time.
This show was ground breaking for its time.
I first encountered it when I was a little kid in the 80’s and didn’t understand half of what I was watching. It was the most bizarre thing I had ever seen at the time. That music can really spook you as well.
Twilight Zone lives on thru a well received comic book series thru Dynamite Entertainment. The dvds of all the episodes can be found on Image Entertainments site. If you don’t want every episode then pick up this essential collection two disk set.
Some of the episodes are
The After Hours, It’s a Good Life, To Serve Man, Nightmare at 20,000 feet, The Living Doll and more.
“SPARTACUS: THE COMPLETE SERIES”
ON BLU-RAY™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™
AND DVD SEPTEMBER 16, 2014
Thirteen-Disc Set Contains All 39 Episodes and New Bonus Features!
Beverly Hills, CA – All hail Spartacus – his legend will live on! Anchor Bay Entertainment releases every season of the acclaimed Starz Original series in a complete muscular thirteen-disc Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ and DVD box set on September 16th. From executive producers Rob Tapert, Sam Raimi, Josh Donen and Steven S. DeKnight, here is every moment – uncut and uncensored – of the series that broke all the rules and took no prisoners! “SPARTACUS: THE COMPLETE SERIES” is a beautifully packaged collection that contains a full disc of new bonus features. The Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ edition contains three new audio commentaries for the first season that are exclusive to this collection. A limited edition Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ set packaged with a Spartacus collector’s figurine will also be available with an SRP of $199.99. SRP is $149.99 for the Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ and $119.98 for the DVD. Pre-book is August 13th.
“SPARTACUS: THE COMPLETE SERIES” is the classic tale of Spartacus, the Republic’s most infamous rebel who comes alive in the first season of “Spartacus: Blood and Sand.” Then comes “Spartacus: Gods of the Arena,” the prequel that explores a deadly history before the arrival of Spartacus, and the death he now carries with him. The second season, “Spartacus: Vengeance,” continues to follow Spartacus as he is faced with a choice to either satisfy his personal need for vengeance, or make the sacrifices necessary to keep his growing army from breaking apart at the seams. Finally, in “Spartacus: War of the Damned,” Spartacus will carve his name into history as he plots to avenge his wife’s death and leads Batiatus’ slaves in a bloody uprising that will not be forgotten or equaled.
“The gods finally bless us with the complete collection,” says creator and executive producer Steven S. DeKnight. “Spartacus was a true labor of love for everyone who worked on it and I’m incredibly proud to present all 39 episodes in stunning High-def for the fans to enjoy at their leisure, but make sure you watch them in the order they first aired to revel in the experience as originally intended.”
New Bonus Features:
- SPARTACUS Fan Favorites With Liam McIntyre
- Scoring A Hit: Composer Joseph LoDuca
- An Eye Full: Roger Murray
- SPARTACUS: Paul Grinder
- The Last Word: John Hannah
“SPARTACUS: THE COMPLETE SERIES” features Andy Whitfield in a star-making turn in the title role for season one, Liam McIntyre takes over as Spartacus for season two and three. Also featured in memorable roles are John Hannah (The Mummy, Four Weddings and A Funeral), Peter Mensah (300, The Incredible Hulk), Manu Bennett (30 Days of Night), Nick E. Tarabay (“Crash”), Dustin Clare (“Underbelly”), Dan Feuerriegel (“Home and Away”), Simon Merrells (The Wolfman), Todd Lasance (“Cloudstreet”), Cynthia Addai-Robinson (“FlashForward”) and Lucy Lawless (“Xena: Warrior Princess,” “Parks and Recreation”).
We cant wait for this set to come in, what a great show a lot of these guys were at Comic Con.
On the show tonight Director Jorge Dorado of the movie Anna which was a interesting little Thriller Taissa Farminga
also Pam Interviews Author a Zombie Author who we had met previously at Rock and and again at Terror Con, Tony Giangregorio he has written several books in the Dawn of the Dead Universe and even wrote the book version of the movie.
We will also talk about the film we had a chance to review tonight, Cabin Fever Patient Zero and new Penny Dreadfull and the end of Game of Thrones.