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Who Dat? The Boondock Saints return for All Saints Day

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The Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day

After a decade on hiatus, Troy Duffy’s avenging Saints Connor and Murphy (Sean Patrick Flannery and Norman Reedus) lock and load for “The Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day." Years after cleaning Boston of its criminal underworld, the brothers and their vigilante father Il Duce (Billy Connolly) have gone into hiding in Ireland. Seemingly at peace, the family appears to have put their violent days behind them. But after the Saints are blamed for a priest's murder, Connor and Murphy travel ashore – armed with Berettas and renewed ire – to finish some unfinished business.


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Air Guitar Heroes! A list worthy of eyeballing.

Joy Division, Bitter Balcony, Control, Ian Curtis

There's a cool link about some of the better, and some not so, movies about Rock bands up at Arm Chair Commentary.

Whip out those air guitar picks and tear up the air with these movies!

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F-in' great short film of the day


Set some time aside and watch this without distraction. Then enjoy...

Draw your own conclusions.


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Breaking News: Hold the martinis, Bond goes on hiatus!

James Bond 23 is on hold for now

There won’t be martinis for 007, shaken or otherwise, anytime soon. According to Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub from collider.com, the new James Bond sequel has been put on ice due to the fiscal uncertainty of Bond franchise bearer MGM Studios, leaving producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson with more time to count the previous film’s profits(an estimated 586 million in earnings for “Quantum of Solace”).

Sam Mendes was attached to direct the new spy adventure, but we guess his idea of having Bond seduce a flying grocery bag will have to wait. Daniel Craig will be busy in 2011 with Jim Sheridan’s “Dream House” and Steven Spielberg’s Tintin movie, so the tuxedo will be in the closet for a while. For more info, here’s the link: http://www.collider.com/2010/04/19/james-bond-23-delayed-indefinitely/



Resident Evil: Afterlife - Die already!

Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

Here we are… yet again. Because somehow we can’t shake it once we step on it we are getting another “Resident Evil.” The first one was decent in the mediocre sense, but it was obviously a fluke since every one after that was a step lower and lower. If they screwed up the Nemesis project they can’t be expected to do anything worth crap after that.

When this trailer plays you say, “there’s a fancy ‘Blade’ rip off,” “there’s yet another ‘Matrix’ inspired dribble,” and “there’s another crappy film.” The one thing you never find yourself saying is, “there’s a cool zombie movie,” or “there’s a zombie movie,” period. Where the hell are the zombies? There is one shot of our heroine running away from a group of zombies, but after that we get ninja stars, jumping, kicking, some Blade/Stephen Dorff wannabe and some giant creature guy swinging some crap around.



Hotties in Haiku: Tilda Swinton as The White Witch in "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"


Scares the Pevensies.

Cold, pale and androgynous.

Hates lion that talks.


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Class of 1984: Cult Crap from the eightees at it's best! [USER REVIEW] [User Review]

Bitter Balcony, Clash of the Titans, 1984, Clash of the Titan reviewClass of 1984 (1982)

Wow. Just wow! This movie was so phenomenally bad that it’s great.

Class of 1984 has it all: nonsensical script, bad acting, gratuitous violence and things that blow up for no good reason. I’m not exaggerating; it has the best, awfulest exploding car crash I have ever seen. I should warn you that there are spoilers ahead, but it really doesn’t matter. You have to witness it yourself to be able to fully enjoy the crapulence.

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