"You think I'm not serious just because I carry a rabbit?"
Embark on a wild trip through La La Land as a struggling screenwriter finds himself the target of both a serial killer and a violent gangster because of his friend's poor judgment. the cure for writer's block >> Posted 01.30.13 by BrentJS
As is often the case in real life, if you cross a movie mobster, chances are you're going to get whacked. Failing to pay the extra 3 points on top of the vig on the money you borrowed will do it — "Give me the f*ckin money, You hear me? You hear me, I gotta come here and you bust my balls? Give me the f*ckin money." — and so will being disrespectful — "Go home and get your f*ckin' shinebox." — but you never hear about Goodfellas-style hoods taking someone out because their favorite pooch was dognapped. However, with the economy still down in the dumps, small-time hoods have resorted to kidnapping dogs to earn some loot, so the possibility of a mobster's dog getting nabbed is on the rise. Hmm... That sounds like a great setup for a movie. Oh, wait, someone's already done it! what's the strange truth behind the fiction? >> Posted 11.07.12 by BrentJS
They all seem normal enough to us.(mostly) psychopath-free interviews
Weeknights after the movies Posted 10.13.12 by reelz
Irish playwright's soul + Tarantino's humor and violence = Martin McDonaghknow what's worth watching
Weekday mornings on the REELZ Show Posted 10.12.12 by reelz
Ah, the interwebz. All made of toobz full of catz: Catz in windowz, catz in boxes, unfortunate satanic catz, rainbow poptart Nyan Catz, and even a dubstep kitty. So imagine our non-surprise when we found the catz have left the toobz and taken over Hollywood.
Seven Psychopaths, a movie we thought starred Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and even a bunny-toting Tom Waits, is supposed to hit theaters this weekend. At least we thought so until this little Jim Tozzi (Adult Swim) directed piece dropped into our inbox: Watch the Seven PsychoCATS at work >> Posted 10.08.12 by Jud
We love movies and we especially love movies with great ensemble casts. There's nothing better than seeing our favorite actors and actresses sharing screen time with one another, feeding off of each others' performances and upping each others' game. With a decent script and the right director, a great ensemble cast can create cinematic gold.
It's because of our love for movies with great ensemble casts that we are eagerly anticipating writer-director Martin McDonagh's (In Bruges) new black comedy, Seven Psychopaths. The plot is a bit out there, but with a cast that includes Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson, we're sure to be treated to some combustible onscreen chemistry. Seven Psychopaths doesn't come out until next week, so help us pass the time until its release by rating the Top 10 Great Ensembles in Good Movies.
Rate the Top 10 Great Ensembles in Good Movies >> Posted 10.01.12 by BrentJS
As expected, October has plenty of creepy movies lined up, including Sinister and the sequels Paranormal Activity 4 and Silent Hill: Revelation 3D. There are also some non-horror movies like the action-thriller sequel Taken 2, action-thriller sort-of prequel Alex Cross and the dark comedy Seven Psychopaths. There's even some movies for the whole family, like director Tim Burton's stop motion animated Frankenweenie, which certainly utilizes a Halloween-friendly theme.
To help preview some of October's upcoming movies, we've rounded up some preview clips from a couple of next month's offerings, helping you get a sneak peek. But first, we'll include a preview clip from a movie that has just arrived on DVD and Blu-Ray: The Avengers. The disc offers plenty of deleted scenes, most of which deal with Captain America (Chris Evans) and his transition to the present after being frozen in the 1940s. The deleted scene offers a more detailed look into how Cap is spending his days, leading up to his scene in the gym with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). If you look closely, you'll see a cameo from Avengers comic book co-creator Stan Lee.all the latest trailers
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Today’s Hot Trailer: "That's just f*cking great!"
Who can drop a better f-bomb: Colin Farrell with his Irish brogue or Christopher Walken with his unique staccato cadence? Well, we think just about anything that Christopher Walken says is brilliant, but you can decide for yourself by watching the new Red Band trailer for Seven Psychopaths, which is replete with the colorful word. Written and directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), the black comedy centers around a struggling screenwriter (Farrell) who gets caught in the crossfire when his friend (Sam Rockwell), an unemployed actor and sometimes dog-napper, mistakenly steals a Shih Tzu belonging to a ruthless gangster (Woody Harrelson) who will stop at nothing to get it back. watch the nsfw trailer >> Posted 09.04.12 by BrentJS
When a movie is named something like Seven Psychopaths, there's probably an expectation that the movie will be centered around seven deadly, crazed individuals in a thriller not unlike Seven. However, in the upcoming comedy from writer-director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), the action is instead centered on a dog-napping of a tiny Shih Tzu. Perhaps the title has more to do with the movie's characters than its plot, as revealed in its first trailer. watch the trailer >> Posted 08.15.12 by Ryan