June Foray, the voice of Rocky The Flying Squirrel, Granny from Looney Tunes, and literally hundreds of other beloved animated characters, has died. Heralded as “the first lady” and the “queen” of voice acting, Foray’s career in film...Show More Summary
Dark Sky Films will release the movie on July 28th The post Exclusive Clip from Zombie Chiller It Stains the Sands Red appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. Since the entire /Film team is still recovering from their Comic-Con 2017 hangovers (read all of our coverage here), this week’s edition asks “What piece...Show More Summary
Thumbnails is a roundup of brief excerpts to introduce you to articles from other websites that we found interesting and exciting. We provide links to the original sources for you to read in their entirety.—Chaz Ebert 1. "James Fotopoulos...Show More Summary
By Ciara Wardlow All of Christopher Nolan's films use props to appeal to your emotions apart from Dunkirk. The article Christopher Nolan’s Emotional Objects and the ‘Dunkirk’ Exception appeared first on Film School Rejects.
On the last Game of Thrones, Jon received a raven from Daenerys (via Tyrion) to join her side, and Sansa asked some very reasonable questions about the message, specifically how does Jon know it's not an impostor or a trap....
Previously on Preacher: Jesse found out that Viktor, the gangster who kidnapped Tulip and was holding her hostage, was actually her husband. And to say that he didn't take the news well would be a massive fucking understatement. THE STORY...
By Sarah Foulkes An interview with up-and-coming filmmaker Zane Rubin. The article The Double-Edged Sword of Being a Young Female Filmmaker appeared first on Film School Rejects.
The Spawn movie has been long gestating — presumably, in the bowels of hell — but fans of the comic book antihero were finally put at ease with news of a new Spawn film at this past weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. With Spawn creator Todd...Show More Summary
Dave McCary's indie breakout “Brigsby Bear” is a tale about the wonder of storytelling, and the relationship we develop with a narrative and its characters that is wholly unique to us. In the case of this original screenplay by Kevin...Show More Summary
By Andrew Karpan "...but to show ugly in a time where everyone is trying to be beautiful." Our conversation with 'Kuso' director Steven Ellison. The article “My intention was not to make the grossest film of all time.” appeared first on Film School Rejects.
I recently went through the unnerving process of having a prospective employer contact my professional references. It's the part of the interview process I like least because it seems both personally embarrassing and like I'm showing off. "Here, take this...
Street date for the sixth Installment of the acclaimed American Horror Story anthology announced The post American Horror Story: Roanoke Coming to Blu-ray in October appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Even though we’ve been caught up in the craziness of San Diego Comic-Con since the middle of last week, we can’t forget that just before the convention kicked off, some great movies hit theaters. One of those movies is War for the Planet...Show More Summary
Though Ron Howard may best be known for his time spent as a child actor playing young Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show, he’s also very well known for directing films such Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code. Soon he’ll...Show More Summary
Matt writes: Chaz Ebert commemorated the 25th anniversary of her marriage to Roger on July 18th by republishing his unforgettable essay, "Roger Loves Chaz." She accompanied the post with various rarely seen wedding photos as well as the following video embedded below (entitled Joy). Show More Summary
Sometimes the premise of a horror movie can overstay its welcome, dragging a tight premise into a bloated corpse of a once interesting film. That's where these short films come in. Some of them may have led to larger versions...
If, like millions of other Marvel movie fans, you weren't at Comic-Con in San Diego this weekend, you didn't get to see the apparently-awesome footage shown from "Avengers: Infinity War." Of course, a few Comic-Con attendees were astute enough to film the trailer and leak it online (watch below). Show More Summary
Punk rock legend recalls a wild gig in the new documentary Who the Fk is That Guy? The post Punk Legend Johnny Rotten Riffs on His “Bieber” Moment appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Us plebeians may not have gotten the chance to see the buzzy Avengers: Infinity War footage gifted upon Hall H-ers at San Diego Comic-Con and Mouseketeers at the D23 Expo, but we can make up for it by staring at the newly released Infinity War three-part poster for 10 minutes. Show More Summary