Review: Ekaj (2015)

EKAJ is a love story between two drifters, a naive teenager and a hustler. The film capture’s the journey of a runaway in New York City. Ekaj (Jake Mestre) meets Mecca (Badd Idea)who takes him under his care. Mecca has AIDS and multiple problems of his own. He is high all day but still manages to be the only voice of reason in Ekaj’s hopeless world. They cruise the city together looking for money and places to stay. The core of the movie is Ekaj, who thinks he will become the lover of a rich man and be taken care of for life but ends up finding his dreams quickly shattered. Although he makes some money as a prostitute, he finds himself disposable, replaceable and lacking what it takes to survive in the city. Written/directed by Cati Gonzalez and produced by Cati & Mike Gonzalez

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Zombieland: Double Tap Trailer Released

Fans have been waiting ten years for the return of Tallahassee, Wichita, Columbus and Little Rock, and now they have it. The first trailer for Zombieland: Double Tap is here.


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Rutger Hauer, ‘Blade Runner’ Star, Dies at 75

Rutger Hauer, the versatile Dutch leading man of the ’70s who went on star in the 1982 “Blade Runner” as Roy Batty, died July 19 at his home in the Netherlands after a short illness. He was 75.


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Release Date for Saw Reboot Brought Forward

Filming is currently underway on the next installment of the Saw franchise, with Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II-IV) back in the director’s chair.

The Organ Donor, which is from an idea by comedian Chris Rock, had originally been set to bring the twisted traps back into theaters on October 23, 2020, but has now been brought forward.


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Marvel Cinematic Universe Future Announced At SDCC

Marvel Studios has announced details on their upcoming MCU Phase 4 at San Diego Comic Con today.


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Halloween Sequels Officially Announced

The internet has been buzzing for months with speculation and rumors surrounding the potential continuation of the Halloween franchise, which was given new life last October via director David Gordon Green’s smash hit feature Halloween, a film which went on to make over $250 million worldwide at the box office.

Well, today the wait is over, as Universal Pictures has announced release dates for two new feature films in the iconic franchise from Trancas International Films, Miramax and Blumhouse Productions: Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends.


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Terminator: Dark Fate SDCC Panel Announces Returning Character

The first panel in the massive Hall H at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con was suitably huge, bringing the stars and creators of highly anticipated sequel-slash-reboot Terminator: Dark Fate to the stage.


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Review: Chasing The Win (Documentary – 2016)

CHASING THE WIN is a documentary feature film from Laura Sheeny & Chris Gelfi that follows the meteoric rise of a rookie trainer, a down on his luck owner, and their imperfect racehorse after an unprecedented victory thrusts them into the global spotlight of horse racing. Success and fame are followed by the hard-hitting reality of what it means to survive in the Sport of Kings.

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Trailer released for ‘One Voice, One Mic’ – podcasting documentary.

‘One Voice, One Micthe new short documentary from director Ben Gummery takes an upbeat yet honest look at the rise of podcasting as well as examining the state of the medium; considering whether podcasts are becoming over-saturated and demystifying how the monetisation of podcasts actually works in practice; with a particular focus on the UK podcasting scene. The film features a mix of fresh interviews and archive footage with featured podcasters including Kevin Smith, Joe Rogan, Leo Laporte, Scroobius Pip & Stuart Goldsmith.

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