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Tom Shadyac (the guy who made Jim Carrey talk out of his ass) finds nirvana, dude!

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This story from Yahoo's Will Leitch catches up with Tom Shadyac, the guy who brought us "Liar, Liar," "Ace Ventura," and "Bruce Almighty." It seems years of directing junk caught up to Shadyac's soul, and now the man who helped put Jim Carrey on the map (and sadly typecast him as a face-shifting imbecile) is living in a trailer. No, he's not broke, just fed up with the competitive nature of his career, and now pursues a Gandhi-like way of life. In all honesty, we think Shadyac's decision to give up a profitable job to find inner peace is cool, but then again, this guy's biggest hit involves a grown man talking out of his ass. We wish Shadyac the best, and hope he stays as far away as possible from a movie lot. Here's the article:
http://blog.movies.yahoo.com/blog/133-liar-liar-nutty-professor-director...

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Hotties in Haiku: Zuul

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Are you wearing suds?



Always asking if we're god.



Yup, this chick is toast.


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Is this a scene from "Ghostbusters 3"?

 

No, but it's some fun "Ghostbusters" inspired fan fiction.

And because of this we will present you with a "Ghostbusters" inspired Hotties in Haiku next!

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Night of the Living Dead has gone interactive!

 

Editing the Dead has turned "Night of the Living Dead" into "Editing of the Dead" a choose your own adventure game. If you are bored or want something to do, while enjoying an old classic at the same time, give this game a shot.

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B-movie mania hits Miami (on a school night, no less) with Bad Movies For Bad People & B-Movies at the G-Spot!!!

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Bitter Balcony’s search for Miami’s cinematic pulse has led us to a quartet of affable, passionate film buffs. Omar Lopez, Alex Leon, Anthony Puello and Manny Gomez are inspiring a young community of movie nuts to meet for a night of jolly jolly good celluloid mayhem, where infusion of crowd participation and cold beer rule ‘til the wee hours.

The boys gather twice, the second Tuesday of each month dedicated to B-movies and cult favorites at Coconut Grove’s The Grove Spot, while the fourth Tuesday is not for the faint of heart(or guts) with Bad Movies For Bad People, a homage to splatterfest cinema at Downtown’s Bar.

We caught up with Omar and Alex during the Nov. 9 showing of blaxploitation satire flick (and Bitter Balcony approved) “Black Dynamite.” The audience, consisting mostly of tattooed and pierced 20 to 30 year-olds, appeared to have fun watching this new cult hit. After the credits, Omar and Alex, exuberant from the positive reaction (not to mention a sweet brew buzz) thanked everyone for making the night special, and promised that this is just the beginning.

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"Ghostbusters" go to hell!?! Harold Ramis speaks up about the possible sequel

 

Harold Ramis mentions that Dan Aykroyd wrote a script for "Ghostbusters 3" a long while back featuring our comedic heroes going to hell. Ramis seems to have enjoyed the script and we're sure it would have been a fun watch. In this recent interview by MakingOf he speaks about the cast, the project and other "Ghostbuster" related stuff.

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Bitter Balcony crashes Miami's Creature Entertainment's ball!!!

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Bitter Balcony spent Halloween with a group of demented Hispanic filmmakers from the Magic City. Creature Entertainment, assembled by local Miami artists whose devotion to comics, video games, Heavy Metal and Tarantino finds a playground in South Florida’s incessant heat.

The fellas threw an All Hallow’s day bash at one of Downtown Miami’s “it” spots, Transit Lounge. Film aficionados and party hoppers alike gathered in a celebration of costumes, booze, and most prevalent, a presentation of Creature Entertainment’s renegade shorts “Killswitch Billy,” “Gun,” and “Zombie Years.”

We were pleased not only by their good work, but the guys' desire to ignite independent, genre-based films right at home(Yes, we do more than tan in South Beach down here. Well, maybe not). Bitter Balcony thanks Creature’s founders John Ulloa, Anthony Dones, Al Quesada, Juan Navarro, Julio Alvarez, and John Varese for their efforts and will support their blood-splattering, gun-slinging ways!

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