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    Sundance 2015: ‘Turbo Kid’ is a blast from the gory and campy past

    Turbo Kid is as if your favorite Saturday morning cartoon from the 80s got the most fucked up live action adaptation, and yes, that’s a compliment. Based off the short they did for The ABCs of Death, the film from Yoann-Karl Whissell, Anouk Whissell and François Simard takes place in an apocalyptic wasteland in 1997 where a young kid (Munro Chambers) becomes friends with a girl named Apple (Laurence Lebeouf). When Apple is captured by the evil overlord Zeus (Michael Ironside), the kid finds a superhero suit that gives him the powers to free Apple and save the wasteland. More

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    Watch trailer for The Vicious Brothers’ ‘Extraterrestrial’

    Grave Encounters directors The Vicious Brothers debut their new trailer for Extraterrestrial, which comes with the bold words “the definitive close encounter”. 2011’s Grave Encounters was some very cheesy fun, but Extraterrestrial looks like it is attempting to take itself a little more serious, or at that’s what the trailer seems to be selling. It […] More

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    Six Actors Who Should Be Cast As Batman

    In July, when Zack Snyder announced that Batman would have a role in the Man of Steel sequel, the internet went ablaze with excitement and speculation. A major issue of speculation was casting; who would play Batman? After Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney and Christian Bale each succeeded and/or failed at making […] More

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    Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1980’s

    As all lovers of crime, suspense thriller, war, western, horror and science fiction films know, creating a truly great cinematic villain is no easy task.  When it happens, it’s virtually impossible to forget that character. We’ll now take a look at the greatest film villains of the 1980’s. The criteria for this article is the same […] More