30 Oct

Tales From The Box Office: How Hocus Pocus Went From Flop To Halloween Cult Classic

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(Welcome to Tales from the Box Office, our column that examines box office miracles, disasters, and everything in between, as well as what we can learn from them.) Nearly two decades removed from its initial theatrical release in the summer (yes, summer) of 1993, “Hocus Pocus” has become a bona fide Halloween season classic and […]

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30 Oct

Canceled Sequel Halloween 8: Lord Of The Dead Had A Twist Ending Where Laurie Strode Became Michael Myers

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If you’ve lost count of how many “Halloween” movies there are, we’re coming up on unlucky number 13 next year with “Halloween Ends.” We’re also coming up on the real Halloween holiday this weekend, which means there’s no better time to talk about past “Halloween” franchise entries. Let’s be honest: “Halloween Ends” is a title that feels […]

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30 Oct

One Episode Of Schitt's Creek Was Written Just To Annoy Eugene Levy

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“Schitt’s Creek” made history in 2020 when the show swept the Emmys, breaking the record for most wins by a comedy in a single season and becoming the only show to ever win all four of the acting categories in the same year.  Created by a father and son team, Eugene and Dan Levy, “Schitt’s […]

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30 Oct

Screenwriter Krysty Wilson-Cairns Says Writing Last Night In Soho And 1917 Was A Similar Process [Exclusive]

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Krysty Wilson-Cairns started out writing short films before making the jump to television as a staff writer on the final season of the Showtime series “Penny Dreadful,” which was gone too soon. Now, Wilson-Cairns is co-writing feature films with the likes of Edgar Wright and Sam Mendes. Not bad company for an up-and-coming screenwriter. Wilson-Cairns is currently […]

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30 Oct

John Woo Is Returning With A No-Dialogue Action Film Starring Joel Kinnaman, Silent Night

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The master of heroic bloodshed cinema is back, baby! John Woo’s first film since 2017’s “Manhunt,” is coming, and it’s a high-octane action film completely devoid of dialogue called “Silent Night.” The film will also mark the first U.S. made film by Woo in almost two decades, following “Paycheck” an action thriller based on the […]

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30 Oct

Sylvester Stallone Doesn't Consider The Rocky Movies Sports Films

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The American Film Institute (AFI) named “Rocky” the second best sports movie of all time, second only to another classic boxing drama, Martin Scorsese’s “Raging Bull.” For its Top 10 list, the AFI defined “sports” as “a genre of films with protagonists who play athletics or other games of competition.” “Rocky” fits that definition, but […]

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29 Oct

The Venture Bros. Creators Tease The Show's Resurrection With A 'Long-Form Special'

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As one of the longest running programs in Adult Swim history, it was devastating when “The Venture Bros.” was canceled in September of 2020 after 17 years and seven seasons on the late-night line-up. What started off as a modern send-up of “Jonny Quest” quickly became one of the funniest animated series ever made. The […]

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29 Oct

How Scream's Editor Saved The Movie From The Weinsteins

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Wes Craven’s iconic slasher “Scream” just turned 25, making now the perfect moment to celebrate this genre redefining classic. So many elements came together to make this meta horror flick the masterpiece it is — from the legendary Wes Craven signing on to direct, to finding just the right mask to terrify the masses. Make […]

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29 Oct

Pop Culture Imports: The Skin I Live In, Raging Fire, & More Foreign Movies And TV Streaming Now

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(Welcome to Pop Culture Imports, a column that compiles the best foreign movies and TV streaming right now.) It’s time for another edition of Pop Culture Imports, and we’re getting in right under the wire before Halloween. As such, I have a few spooky foreign-language offerings for you, though a few non-horror titles made their […]

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29 Oct

Landscapers Release Date, Cast, And More

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(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.) Halloween is almost over, but don’t worry, because this winter will bring plenty of chills, both in the air and down your spine. HBO is bringing […]

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