The trailer for exploitation movie Hobo with a Shotgun has come out, and we've got both the trailer and Jon's thoughts on it (trailer is probably more interesting, but we digress). Click the pic and check it out!
Writer: Jonathan Sullivan
Well, that was a lackluster summer, eh? With The Last Exorcism and Takers anti-climatically putting an end to the season, it's time to look forward to the fall. Now I know that most people give the fall a bad rap, since that's looked upon as a season in which studios release their worst stuff. It also happens to be when the big award movies come out too, so there's that to look forward to.
If you've got my kind of taste though, you already have a good idea what ten you want to see more than the rest. You can check out my list (based September-November and mostly based around movies with a wide release) when you CLICK READ MORE.
Hey everyone, Jon here. I haven't been paying attention to the trailer section of the site in awhile and I have no one to blame but myself. Hopefully though, I will be giving it a bit more attention and you'll probably end up seeing a bunch of trailers posted today. The first is for Danny Boyle's new film 127 Hours, starring James Franco as the climber who had to (spoiler alert if you don't pay attention to world events) cut his own arm off in order to survive. Click the picture to check it out and if you got something to say, never hesitate to comment.
Second on the double feature? The hyperkinetic Edgar Wright film Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, based on the Oni Press graphic novel series destined to be a classic. This one gets a bit wordy, but a man can gush can't he? CAN'T HE?!? Click Michael Cera (pretend you're punching him if that makes you feel better) to see the review.
I had another double feature Monday, and the first on the docket was the new Sylvester Stallone pic The Expendables, starring Stallone and a whole bunch of action stars both good and Dolph Lundgren. Click the picture and check out the review, while also shaving with a straight razor and punching a bear in the face. YOU'RE A MAN, GET IT?!?
Hey guys, I watched the second film off the top 100 list that I had never seen before; the 1939 Frank Capra classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. While many film junkies and scholars will tell you of how awesome it is...for some reason, it didn't click with me. Click the picture to read my not very descriptive write-up on it.