With all the talk going on about a remake of John Carpenter’s ‘Escape From New York’ in the works I thought I would go back an rewatch the 1981 original and see how it holds up, since I know most people have a disdain for remakes of movies they have a fondness for. Regardless if the movie may not be that great to begin with. So what are my thought of the old version and is a remake warranted or even needed? Read on for my expert opinion that everyone should obviously listen to and obey. Continue reading RETRO MOVIE REVIEW: Escape From New York
Slender Man has been making a lot of rounds here lately and has become very popular. Not bad for a internet created entity. Anyway a group of film makers from New York has given Slender Man a go with a short film they have made.
It runs just short of 25 minutes and is a interesting film. So if you have some time to kill give it a shot and have some Slender fun.
Due to popular demand, the new NIGHTWISH film Imaginaerum will return to the big screens across Germany on April 1st and 3rd. Tickets for these new screenings have already gone on sale. All locations, ticket links and information can be found here.
Imaginaerum’s original country-wide screening in Germany took place on March 18th.
Check out the official German language trailer for the film below: Continue reading NIGHTWISH – Imaginaerum Returning To Germany’s Movie Theaters By Popular Demand
Movie Review: Behind the Cross
Review By: Tj Fowler
My good friends James DePaolo and Doc Rotten in the states recently referred Finnish film maker Tomi Kerminen my way to review his semi-short film ‘Behind the Cross’ in which he also stars.
In his email to me Tomi says, “Well you can say that it is experimental, aggressive art or avant-garde movie, or snuff film from beyond. Some people say that it is Dada & Anti-Art.” That’s a whole lot of contradictions and labels all in one right there. He also tells me I just have to see it. Boy what an eyeful I got. Continue reading Movie Review: Behind the Cross