Review: ‘Clerk’ – Documentary about the life/career of indie film-maker/podcaster Kevin Smith

The documentary Clerk from director Malcom Ingram (Small Town Gay Bar, Out To Win) explores the life and career of filmmaker and multi-hyphenate Kevin Smith.

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The Matrix Resurrections gets new poster ahead of release

With a little over a month before the release of The Matrix Resurrections, Warner Bros. has released a new poster for the film.

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New trailer released for Spider-Man: No Way Home

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Sony/Marvel Studios film Spider-Man: No Way Home.The U.K. release date has been brought forward a couple of days to 15th December 2021 with the US release staying as December 17th.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios, and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is the 27th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Continue reading

Miramax sues Quentin Tarantino over planned ‘Pulp Fiction’ NFT

THR reports that Miramax is suing director Quentin Tarantino over plans to release non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on his 1994 film Pulp Fiction.

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Video Game Inspired Movies Of All Time

It used to be a challenge to make a list of a-list video game movies because some of them didn’t do adequate justice. However, new Hollywood directors are beginning to see and understand the importance of adequately representing these worlds and characters. 

So, here’s a chance to exchange your gamepads for a bowl of popcorn for a bit. Check out these favourite Video Game Inspired Movies Of All Time. Continue reading

‘Pumpkinhead’ remake in the works

Bloody Disgusting is reporting that a script is complete for a remake of horror classic ‘Pumpkinhead’ from Paramount Pictures sub-division Paramount Players, with news on production start date and a director announcement expected soon.

Paramount Players recently released Paranormal Activity: The Next of Kin, and are also in production on several horror films including Orphan: First Kill, Pet Sematary prequel, Something’s Wrong With Rose and

Lance Henriksen starred in the original Stan Winston-directed 1988 creature feature as Ed Harley, a grieving father who conjures up the titular monster in an effort to kill those who took his young son from him. Continue reading

Disney Plus Day announcements and reveals for Star Wars, Marvel & More (Live Updating)

On Friday, November 12, The Walt Disney Company is hosting Disney+ Day, a global celebration that will come to life across all dimensions of the Company.

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Crazy Crones and Blood-Stained Sadists: The Horror Films of Pete Walker

Words by Paul Grammatico

In the 1980’s, Mary Whitehouse, a staunch supporter of purity of what people could peruse in their own home with arrests of video merchants and artists in the wake of this moral panic. Ironically, in the 1970’s there was a British independent director by the name of Pete Walker who was infamous for his low-budget, graphic, and sadistic horror movies that, despite not being in the 72 videos that were deemed video nasties, troubled British censors. Walker delved into many genres such as erotic, detective, and thrillers. As it is the Halloween season, I will make my attempt to rank Mr. Walker’s horror films from the worst to the very best. Note that your results may vary. Let’s begin. Continue reading