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    Quentin Tarantino’s Descent Into Sadism

    Quentin Tarantino’s newest feature, The Hateful Eight (“The 8th Film From Quentin Tarantino,” as the opening credits remind viewers), is his most violent film ever. Every act of violence is similar to something from his previous films, but never has Tarantino devoted so much of a single film to non-stop carnage. It wasn’t always like […] More

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    12 Of The Most Iconic Movie Posters of All

    Hundreds of movies are released every year, and for every movie that’s released, there’s a movie poster to go along with it. While these movie posters typically do a great job of advertising the film for a few weeks prior to release, very few of them end up being remembered for more than a few […] More

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    ‘Providence’ #2 offers horror lit fans the stuff of dreams

    Providence #2 continues the cycle of using a pastiche of Howard Phillips to comment upon the man’s works, and then turning around and using a pastiche of his works to comment upon Howard Phillips, the man. It’s literate and it’s dense, but it knows how to tell a classic horror story, as well. Burrows draws a damn horrible monster, and Moore knows how to indulge a horror cliché — here the “you must have bumped your head and imagined some monsters!” — to masterful effect. Providence #2 keeps the series in its place as one of the best new titles of 2015, and is putting up a good fight for some of the best stuff of its creators careers — it’s just that good. More

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    Director Talya Lavie talks ‘Zero Motivation’

    I spoke with Zero Motivation director Talya Lavie about mixing genres and surrealism in her debut feature film Neal Dhand: Did you always consider this a comedy? There are some rather dark moments – sexual violence and suicide – that could easily move this into darker territory. Were they always in the script? Talya Lavie: The […] More

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    Shake A Tail Feather: Top Ten Dance Moments in the Movies

    Ah, the sweet sound of success! Even more relevant in this movie article is the sweet movement of success. Thus, Shake A Tail Feather: Top Ten Dance Moments in the Movies will highlight some of the top-notch dance steps where moving your feet to the music is essential. Now this does not have to necessary be exclusive […] More

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    David Welker’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ Poster Art

    The Bottleneck Team will be releasing David Welker’s Pulp Fiction movie screening posters tomorrow, Tuesday, January 6th, randomly between 12-12:30pm eastern. The posters were created to celebrate the Tarantino Retrospective series at the Bijou Metro theater in Oregon. Visit their site for more information. Pearl Screen print 16 x 24 inches S/N edition of 100 […] More

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    The Definitive Best Picture Losers

    #20. The Exorcist (1973) Lost to: The Sting Crammed in between two Best Picture wins for Francis Ford Coppola’s “Godfather” films was an interesting little year that rewarded another pairing of Robert Redford and Paul Newman (trivia: “The Sting’s” Julia Phillips is the first time female producer to ever win Best Picture). The other big landmark […] More

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    Buy Mondo’s First ‘Pulp Fiction’ Poster This Week

    On Black Friday, Mondo will release these awesome Pulp Fiction posters designed by artist Laurent Durieux. Usually Mondo posters are limited but this time around, the series is being released as a timed edition. In other words, they’ll make as many as they presell. So if you order a print, you are guaranteed a copy. […] More

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    The Definitive Original Screenplays: 10-1

    The end of the road. The scripts that should be studied, dissected, and taught for their quality, their timeliness, and their impact on the film industry as a whole. Some were perfect for their time and place. Some were ahead of their time. Some defined their generation. And one still rules all, forty years after […] More

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