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‘Spider-Man’ Breakout Jacob Batalon to Headline Syfy’s ‘Reginald the Vampire’

Spider-Man’s best friend is about to go batty, but not in the way you might think. There’s no Batman here, just the undead. Jacob Batalon, known for his role as Lego Death Star builder and “guy in the chair” Ned Leeds in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far from Home, will play the title role in […]

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slashfilm.com | 07-Aug-2021 01:48

‘The Orville’ Season 3 May Be On Its Way

Good news, fellow Orvillians! Not sure if that’s what fans of The Orville are actually called, but, let’s roll with it. According to Hulu’s head of scripted originals, Jordan Helman, the best Star Trek series that isn’t technically Star Trek could be coming back for its third season sooner rather than later.  Whatever Happened to […]

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slashfilm.com | 07-Aug-2021 01:16

‘Stranger Things’ Spin-Offs Might Be in the Cards

For years, Stranger Things creators/showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer have said that they envisioned the show lasting for four or five seasons. While we still don’t have confirmation on how long the Netflix phenomenon will ultimately last, the show’s final season may not be the actual end of the Stranger Things universe. Executive producer Shawn […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 23:39

Watch: Stop-Motion Short Film 'Winter's Blight' Made in New Zealand
Must get firewood to stay warm for the winter. This gorgeous, moving stop-motion animated short film is made by a filmmaker based in the city of Dunedin, New Zealand. Winter's Blight is a stop-motion short written and directed and animated by filmmaker Claire Campbell, and it's available to watch on Vimeo now after playing at festivals for a few years. The film tells the story of a reclusive elderly man Bill who livies in a remote forest in Central Otago. "This film has been a true labour of love and has received great support from the local film and Arts commission to get it made." It also features a really lovely score by fellow New Zealander composer Hanan Townshend, known for his work on feature films including To the Wonder, Knight of Cups, Strawberry Days, Semper Fi, and Blue Miracle. It's a dialogue-free short that is so tender and heartfelt, and rather poetic in the way it takes its ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 23:38

‘Schitt’s Creek’ Fans Just Got an Early Holiday Gift

Sometimes it seems as though Schitt’s Creek fell out of a clear blue sky. The series premiered back in 2015 to a small, mostly Canadian audience, but its final seasons blew it up into a global phenomenon. It’s won several awards and countless hearts, becoming a very popular quarantine binge, and an all-around wholesome time. We became […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 23:26

Cry Macho: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) I don’t know how he does it, but every two to four years Clint Eastwood comes out of nowhere to write, direct, produce, and star in brand-new original […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 23:09

Watch the ‘Blade Runner: Black Lotus’ Opening Sequence

Do androids dream of electric sheep? I’m not sure, but I do know that I’ve been dreaming about the upcoming Blade Runner: Black Lotus anime from Crunchyroll, Toonami, and Adult Swim. While we saw a trailer last month, this opening sequence gives fans a much better idea of the tone and visuals of the cyberpunk series. Neon-Soaked […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:54

Marisa Mirabal’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Hey, y’all!  You may already be familiar with my work floating around /Film for the past couple of years covering festivals and Alamo Rolling Roadshow events. Well, I’m back in a new role as an evening news writer and get to share a little bit about myself beyond the fact that I’m a Texan who […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:45

‘Animaniacs’ Season 2 Will Keep Things Totally Insaney with New Episodes in November

Last year, the Animaniacs triumphantly returned with an all-new season on Hulu. But before the animated revival even debuted, it had already received a second season order. So we’re happy to see the streaming service announcing that Animaniacs season 2 will be arriving this November, almost exactly one year after the show’s return in 2020. […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:41

‘Chucky’ Season 1: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) If you see a creepy doll for sale, don’t buy it. This just seems like common sense, but maybe it’s been a few years since your […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:31

‘Dear White People’ Season 4 Teaser: The Musical Final Season Drops in September

Talk about going out on a high note. The fourth and final season of Dear White People, the excellent Netflix drama based on the 2014 movie of the same name, will consist solely of musical episodes inspired by music of the 1990s. Take a brief look at what the final batch of episodes will look like, […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:30

Upcoming Tom Hanks Movies To Keep On Your Radar

(Welcome to On Your Radar, a series where we take a look at what’s next for the biggest actors and filmmakers, and why you should be excited…or not.) Tom Hanks is perhaps the most beloved American actor working today. I don’t know if there’s any hard data to support that claim, but it has to be […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:09

‘The Great’ Season 2 Trailer: Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult Engage in the Battle of the Sexes (and of Sex)

Huzzah! The season 2 premiere date announcement for Hulu’s historical comedy The Great is here. Things were pretty chaotic when we left the rebellious Empress Catherine (Elle Fanning), but The Great season 2 premiere date trailer shows that last season’s madness was just the beginning. The Great Season 2 Trailer Last we saw Catherine and her cruel, spoiled husband […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 22:04

Festival Trailer for 'Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash' Romance
"Leave my girl out of it. If you want to fight, just tell me when and where." Screen Daily has released an early festival promo trailer for an Indonesian film called Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash. Which is a damn cool title for a unique film like this. It's premiering at the Locarno Film Festival which just kicked off this week, hence the new trailer to build up some buzz - before it heads to TIFF later this fall. In a society ruled by machismo, a hibernating "bird" becomes a serious matter. In a life of brutality, the sleeping bird is an allegory for a peaceful and serene life, even when the whole world tries desperately to rouse it. Marthino Lio stars as Ajo Kawir, a compulsive fighter who discovers he's impotent. Everything changes when he falls in love. The director's quote: "Why do we waste time obsessing over impotence, while violence still keeps occurring all around us? ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 21:42

‘Eternals’ Will Set Itself Apart With Gemma Chan’s “Nuanced Female Superhero”

Eternals is sneakily one of Marvel’s most exciting projects currently on the docket (as “sneaky” as any $200 million blockbuster with the full might of Disney behind it can be, anyway), with a truly ensemble cast of superheroes unlike any other seen in the MCU before. It doesn’t hurt that director Chloé Zhao is calling the […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 21:41

‘Real Steel 2’: Shawn Levy Has Talked to Hugh Jackman About a Possible Sequel (Again)

Real Steel became a hot topic of discussion last year when it appeared in Netflix’s library and become one of their most popular titles. The movie starred Hugh Jackman as down-on-his-luck former boxer Charlie Kenton, who is barely scraping by with a career as a robot boxing controller. Charlie reconnects with his estranged son Max […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 21:35

‘The Suicide Squad’ Soundtrack is Getting a Vinyl Release From Mondo

Director James Gunn is known for putting together killer mix-tape soundtracks, and The Suicide Squad is no exception. The vinyl for the soundtrack to DC Comics’ latest movie is available for pre-order from Mondo, and it’s superb. Spin the Squad Mondo released the vinyl in conjunction with The Suicide Squad hitting theaters and HBO Max. It’s available for pre-order […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 21:25

Official US Trailer for '499' Film About a Time-Traveling Conquistador
"Do the traumas of the past stay with us?" The Cinema Guild has unveiled a new US trailer for a fantastic indie discovery from Spain, a docu-drama hybrid titled 499. We originally covered this last year when a festival promo trailer dropped, but the film is now getting a theatrical US release at the end of the summer. Which is great news! I hope some intrepid cinephiles go out and watch this. The film mixes documentary footage from Latin America, along with a simple story of a time traveler. Upon the 500-year anniversary of the Spanish Conquest, a ghostly Conquistador miraculously washes up on the shores of modern Mexico. As he journeys toward the capital, he remembers events from his past with the testimonies of real people, the survivors of contemporary violence. History and the present begin to merge, giving nightmarish reflection on the enduring legacy of colonialism in our world today. It stars Eduardo San Juan as the conquistador. ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 21:12

The Daily Stream: Season 4 of ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ Resonates in These Covid Times

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Series: Star Trek: Voyager, specifically Season 4 Where You Can Stream It: Paramount+, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video The Pitch: Come follow the journey of […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 21:05

‘Annette’ Ending Explained: A Closer Look at That Final Scene

Annette, the new musical from French filmmaker Leos Carax (Holy Motors) starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, arrives on Amazon Prime Video later this month. But Amazon Studios has also given the film a theatrical release, which begins today. You can read our full review of the movie here, but now that the film is […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 21:00

Daily Podcast: South Park, Chronicle 2, James Gunn, Quentin Tarantino, Y: The Last Man & Stranger Things

On the August 6, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer and weekend editor Brad Oman to discuss the latest film and tv news, including South Park, Chronicle 2, James Gunn, Quentin Tarantino, Y: The Last Man and Stranger Things. In The News: Brad (og Jeremy): ‘South […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 20:43

James Gunn Has “Done a Thousand Drafts” on the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Script

James Gunn is one of a very small collection of filmmakers to dip their toes in the worlds of both Marvel and DC. His Guardians of the Galaxy movies have been major critical and box office hits, but Gunn memorably found himself cut loose because of past behavior and he lost his job as director […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 20:29

Peacemaker: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) If you thought The Suicide Squad was fun, then you’ll be happy to hear it already has a spin-off series on the way. Whether or not […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 20:22

Amazon Studios Considers Mandating Vaccination for Certain Cast and Crew

We are still living in these Covid times, and Amazon Studios is considering doing its part to get us the heck out of this pandemic. The production arm of the corporate conglomerate is weighing whether to follow in the footsteps of Netflix by requiring vaccination for certain employees. No Vaccine, No Acting For You According to Deadline, […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 20:10

New Trailer for 'The Collini Case' About a Legal Scandal from Germany
"You can't defend someone like him." Peccadillo Pictures in the UK has unveiled a new official UK trailer for the German legal thriller The Collini Case, from German filmmaker Marco Kreuzpaintner. This originally opened in Germany back in 2019, but is only now getting an official UK release in cinemas this September. Apparently this also opened in the US online last year, but we haven't heard about it until now, time to catch up with it anyway. Based on the international best-seller by Ferdinand von Schirach, The Collini Case is a slick and thrilling courtroom drama inspired by one of the biggest legal scandals in German history. Hoping to launch his career, a rookie defense lawyer takes on a mysterious case of a prominent Italian industrialist who's accused of murdering an old German tycoon, who was a father figure to him. He discovers more while digging into his past to try and understand his motives. This stars Elyas M'Barek as ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 16:09

Matthew Grey Gubler is a High Priest in Comedy 'King Knight' Trailer
"I'm going to have to ask you to gimme my sword back." A festival teaser has arrived for a comedy called King Knight, from filmmaker Richard Bates, Jr. This is premiering at the Fantasia Film Festival kicking off this month. Matthew Gray Gubler & Angela Sarafyan star in this film as Thorn & Willow, husband-and-wife high priest and priestess of a coven of witches in Cali - basically a hippie commune. When Willow unearths a secret from Thorn's past, their lives are thrown into turmoil and Thorn ventures out on a journey of self-discovery. The wild cast includes Nelson Franklin, Johnny Pemberton, Barbara Crampton, Ray Wise, Andy Milonakis, and the voices of Aubrey Plaza and AnnaLynne McCord. Fantasia says: "Get your sage and crystals ready and join them in this hilarious pilgrimage that will not only teach you the ways of the occult, but also (and most importantly) the true power of kinship." Sounds like some wicked fun. Here's the first ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 15:14

'No Responders Left Behind' Doc Trailer About Fighting for Healthcare
"Their government said they would never forget... but they did. They fought back." Discovery has released an official trailer for a documentary film called No Responders Left Behind. Every time I hear this story, I think how the hell could the government stop caring about these people - THESE PEOPLE. The ones who volunteered and went down to the destruction of 9/11 and worked so hard to try & save lives and clean up. No Responders Left Behind follows 9/11 social activists Jon Stewart and John Feal as they take on the U.S. government to ensure Health & Compensation for thousands of ailing First Responders who are dying from toxins released at Ground Zero. You've most likely heard about this story in the media already, but they made a doc about the 18-year fight for justice. Featuring first responder and 9/11 social activist, John Feal; FDNY hero, Ray Pfeifer; and 22-time Emmy award-winner & former host of The Daily Show, ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 15:02

‘Chronicle 2’ Will Be Set 10 Years After the Original and the Main Characters Will be Women

Who remembers Chronicle? It’s been almost a decade since that particular super-powered eagle or beagle landed in movie theaters. Set in a sideways Seattle where teens become telekinetics and the bullied become bullies, the 2012 found-footage film helped put actors like Dane Dehaan and Michael B. Jordan on the map. Drawing inspiration from films outside the […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 04:36

‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Season 1: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) The Star Trek franchise almost feels like a tale of two mediums, with multiple different shows currently airing (and thriving!) on television while the movie side of […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 03:14

‘Reboot,’ a Sitcom About Sitcom Reboots, Will Star Keegan-Michael Key and Johnny Knoxville

Keegan-Michael Key and Johnny Knoxville will be teaming up for a new streaming series from Modern Family co-creator Steve Levitan. According to Deadline, Hulu has picked up the comedy pilot Reboot, about a comedy show reboot, with the two actors tapped to star. A Major Showrunner Heads to Streaming Reboot is a meta-comedy inspired by the recent wave of comedy revivals. (Seriously, […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 02:33

‘Hunger Games’ Prequel Film Based on ‘The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ Will Begin Shooting Next Year

Have you heard The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes? They’re singing it over at Lionsgate, where an adaptation of the Susan Collins novel of the same name is gathering steam. Collins, of course, is the author of the YA book series The Hunger Games. Three of the four books in that series became a franchise of four […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 01:59

‘Cry Macho’ Trailer: Clint Eastwood Hits the Road with his Rooster

He’s at it again, folks. Clint Eastwood is back directing, producing, and starring in a new drama called Cry Macho. The film stars Eastwood as a washed-up rodeo star and horse breeder who takes a possibly dangerous job to bring a former boss’s young son home from Mexico. Of Cowboys and Cockfights Eastwood is 91 years old, but […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 01:16

The Daily Stream: ‘The Little Hours’ is a Sweet Slice of Blasphemy

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Movie: The Little Hours Where You Can Stream It: Hulu, Paramount+ The Pitch: Based on one of the tales found in 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio‘s The Decameron, The Little […]

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slashfilm.com | 06-Aug-2021 00:45

Official Trailer for Clint Eastwood's 'Cry Macho' Film is a Must Watch
"You used to be strong... macho." "I used to be a lot of things, but I'm not now..." Warner Bros has finally unveiled the first official trailer for Clint Eastwood's latest film titled Cry Macho, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. The script is an adaptation of N. Richard Nash's novel of the same name, and Eastwood isn't credited as a writer. He stars as a one-time rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder named Mike Milo. After he loses his wife and child, he sinks into an alcoholic depression. In 1978, he takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man's young son home from Mexico and away from his alcoholic mother, but the journey is more challenging than expected. It also co-stars newcomer Eduardo Minett as Rafa, along with Dwight Yoakam, Natalia Traven, Fernanda Urrejola, and Horacio Garcia Rojas. Shot by DP Ben Davis (Doctor Strange, Three Billboards, Captain Marvel). Uh, my goodness this looks great! That last ...
firstshowing.net | 06-Aug-2021 00:33

‘Copshop’ Trailer: Gerard Butler vs. Frank Grillo in the Battle of the B-Movie Kings

If he’s not careful, director Joe Carnahan (The Grey) is going to accidentally create some sort of B-movie nexus event. His latest entry into the genre pits Gerard Butler (Den of Thieves) and Frank Grillo (Wheelman) against each other in an action thriller that feels extremely indebted to the work of filmmaker John Carpenter. Check out […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 23:51

‘Prisoners of the Ghostland,’ Possibly the Craziest Movie of 2021, Has a Release Date

Nicolas Cage is having a great summer — which he very much deserves. His newest film Pig arrived last month and subsequently became his best reviewed live-action film on Rotten Tomatoes. His performance is hauntingly subdued, and garnered plenty of critical acclaim. And maybe subdued isn’t your first thought when it comes to the performances […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 23:43

Watch: Short Doc 'Wifi Rider' About a Palestinian Fashion Designer
"I was that kid at school who was into strange songs and odd singers." I'm always thankful for the power of cinema to bring us stories from places I've never been and don't know that much about. Wifi Rider is one of these distinct stories, about a young Palestinian fashion designer named Shukri, spending most of his time with his online persona. "What he desperately wants is to connect with others like him, who feel caught between an occupation, globalisation, and the universal growing pains that come with adulthood. In this 16mm documentary film, we follow Shukri from a childhood in East Jerusalem to moving to the hillside apartments of Amman, Jordan and the sandy shores of the Dead Sea." This originally premiered at film festivals last year and is now available to watch online. It was initially shot throughout 2018 and 2019, shot on 16mm film to capture "the colour, texture and sensitivity through which Shukri sees the world." ...
firstshowing.net | 05-Aug-2021 23:32

Daily Podcast: For All Mankind, The Only Good Indians, Say Nothing, Annette, and More

On the August 5, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film senior news editor Jacob Hall to talk about what they’ve been up to at the water cooler. Opening Banter:  At The Water Cooler: What we’ve been Doing: Jacob has been helping with the /Film redesign and achieving […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 22:57

First Trailer for Nanfu Wang's Powerful Doc Film 'In the Same Breath'
"It felt like hell on earth." HBO Docs has revealed the first official trailer for a documentary film called In the Same Breath, the latest from acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nanfu Wang (of I Am Another You, One Child Nation). This initially premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, then went on to win the Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival in the spring. This doc examines China's early response to the COVID-19 virus. "How did the Chinese government turn pandemic cover ups in Wuhan into a triumph for the Communist party?" Featuring emotional first-hand accounts from medical professionals, patients, and grieving family members, and startling, on-the-ground footage from both Wuhan and the U.S., In the Same Breath is a revelatory illustration of the devastating toll that resulted from official missteps at containment of the infection and the widespread phenomenon of social media misinformation, while also highlighting the strength & resilience of the people who risked everything ...
firstshowing.net | 05-Aug-2021 22:56

‘Doogie Kamealoha, M.D’ Season 1: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) The world needs more doctors — so what if they’re only sixteen years old? Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. is a few weeks away from showing off its child […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 22:27

Ariel Fisher’s Favorite Movies of All Time

It’s strange being asked to write something about yourself where you work. I’ve been writing about and for myself for years now, but somehow doing it this publicly always feels like putting on shoes that are one size too big. Alas, I digress already. Unfortunately, it’s a habit. I’ll try to keep it contained. Anyway! […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 22:15

Superhero Bits: ‘Shang-Chi’ Screening at CinemaCon, James Gunn Responds to Martin Scorsese’s Superhero Comments & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.) In this edition of Superhero Bits: James […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 22:00

Stanley Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’ Getting a 4K Ultra HD Release

It’s time for some moloko and fuzzy warbles. Stanley Kubrick‘s dystopian classic A Clockwork Orange is getting a 4K Ultra HD release. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced Tuesday that the film will be available in 4K resolution with High Dynamic Range for the first time this fall. One for the Droogs It’s been 50 years since A Clockwork Orange debuted […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 21:47

CODA: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) CODA premiered at Sundance Film Festival back in January 2021, endearing itself to viewers as a crowd-pleasing coming-of-age tale that drew a fair amount of praise for featuring […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 21:18

The Premise Season 1: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) These sure are tumultuous times, and nothing gets us through darkness quite like humor. Luckily, FX was looking ahead when they approved BJ Novak‘s anthology series, […]

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slashfilm.com | 05-Aug-2021 20:49

New Trailer for Dumb Troma Horror Comedy Film 'Big Freaking Rat'
"Get ready for the ultimate predator!" Madman Films has released an official international trailer for Big Freaking Rat, a ridiculous B-movie Troma horror special from filmmaker Thomas J. Churchill (also of the B-movies Nation's Fire and The Amityville Harvest). This was apparently already released last fall in the US, but we haven't heard about it until now. So why not give it a look?! Nothing like a gnarly Big Freaking Rat to ruin your day. Ha ha. A ranger is about to open a campground for the season. Everything is in order and the camp seems peaceful until a giant rat, mutated by dumped toxic waste, begins killing the campers and rangers. The film stars Scott C. Roe, Caleb Thomas, Cece Kelly, Nino Aldi, Mark Hoadley, and Theresa Ireland. It is one of those films to stay far away from, unless you want to laugh at how bad it is... Here's the new international trailer (+ poster) for Thomas J. Churchill's ...
firstshowing.net | 05-Aug-2021 20:46

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