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This episode of The Stack covering October 8 releases finally sees us caught up from the huge piles of media that covered my desk while I was away at Fantastic Fest 2013. It's a good pile to! American Horror Story Asylum and a pair of vi...
This episode of The Stack covering October 8 releases finally sees us caught up from the huge piles of media that covered my desk while I was away at Fantastic Fest 2013. It's a good pile to! American Horror Story Asylum and a pair of vintage sci-fi flicks, Fantastic Voyage and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea from 20th Century Fox. Magnolia sent the compelling Europa Report, The Exorcist gets a 40th Anniversary Edition and a whole bunch of other goodies hit as well. Whatchadoin? Get watchin! The Necron-Om-Nom-Nom-Nom-Nicon shirt by Nathan Davis... [Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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I can't say I have any urge to ever see Pacific Rim again or The Hangover Part III ever. In fact, I didn't even watch these blooper reels.
I can't say I have any urge to ever see Pacific Rim again or The Hangover Part III ever. In fact, I didn't even watch these blooper reels.
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Watch the first domestic trailer for Claire Denis' confused and muddled thriller Bastards hitting theaters on October 23.
Watch the first domestic trailer for Claire Denis' confused and muddled thriller Bastards hitting theaters on October 23.
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What if the events of Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, Cast Away and Captain Phillips were all one big movie?
What if the events of Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, Cast Away and Captain Phillips were all one big movie?
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Darren Aronofsky discusses the visual effects work done by ILM on his upcoming movie Noah with DGA Quarterly.
Darren Aronofsky discusses the visual effects work done by ILM on his upcoming movie Noah with DGA Quarterly.
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MMA Worldwide - Afghanistan
MMA Worldwide - Afghanistan
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Ian Fleming Productions made an exciting announcement today that the Young Bond novel series is back in production. New stories will be penned by Steve Cole, who wrote the Astrosaurs series and the Tripwire YA spy novels. The new Bond ad...
Ian Fleming Productions made an exciting announcement today that the Young Bond novel series is back in production. New stories will be penned by Steve Cole, who wrote the Astrosaurs series and the Tripwire YA spy novels. The new Bond adventures will pick up where the Higson's titles left off. In an interview for the press release, Cole mentioned my favorite 007 read, From a View to a Kill: "I first encountered Bond in print as a teenager, when I read From a View to a Kill. Fleming´s writing was so vivid and authentic, Bond and the world he inhabited seemed suddenly real to me – and the danger and glamour led me through book after book. It´s both a thrilling privilege and an exciting challenge now to be shaping a new era in the life of such an iconic character – with many firsts and surprises to come as James´s life in the dangerous 1930s develops.’ Cole’s first Young Bond novel will launch with a bang in Autumn 2014. It will be published in hardback on RHCP’s highly respected Jonathan Cape children’s imprint." More at Ian Fleming Productions here. Young Bond series here. Recent Spy Vibe posts: David Tennant's Ian Fleming audio books, The Prisoner & Captain Scarlet, Peter Asher, Gerry Marsden tour, Elio Petri on Blu-ray, Sophia Loren, new Beatles BBC album, new Hercule Poirot novel, Beatles fall 2013 releases, A Hard Days Night cinematographer dies, Magic Christian on Blu-ray, Early Beatles image archive, Julie Newmar, Erno Goldfinger, Hitchcock tributeRecent Ian Fleming posts on Spy Vibe: Erno Goldfinger, Ian Fleming Music Series links: Noel Coward, Whispering Jack Smith, Hawaiian Guitar, Joe Fingers Carr, new Ian Fleming Catalog, Jon Gilbert interview, Double 007 Designs, Bond audio book reissues, discovery of one of Ian Fleming's WWII Commandos, James Bond book covers, Ian Fleming's Playboy interview for Kindle, Spy Vibe's discovery of a rare Ian Fleming serialization, rare View to a Kill, Fleming's Royal gold typewriter, Ian Fleming's memorial address
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The TIFF Bell Lightbox has got one hell of a lineup of Halloween themed programming this year and we want you to see it all! We've already passed on tickets to catch The Exorcist and The Changeling and also playing on the big night is Or...
The TIFF Bell Lightbox has got one hell of a lineup of Halloween themed programming this year and we want you to see it all! We've already passed on tickets to catch The Exorcist and The Changeling and also playing on the big night is Orphan Black co-creator John Fawcett's original Canadian indie horror hit Ginger Snaps with screenwriter Karen Walton on hand! We've got two pairs of tickets to give away for this one and all you need to do to stake your claim is email me here and name the Ginger Snaps actress who turned heads once again in recent Canadian indie horror hit American Mary.Two Goth-influenced sisters have their boring suburban lives disrupted when the eldest and more rebellious, Ginger (Katharine Isabelle),... [Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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Alexander Payne is picking up the pace and has already lined up his follow up to Nebraska with The Judge's Will at Fox Searchlight.
Alexander Payne is picking up the pace and has already lined up his follow up to Nebraska with The Judge's Will at Fox Searchlight.
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Debuting in the fall of 1982 on the A&E television network, An Evening at the Improv featured a variety of stand-up comics doing their routines before an audience at a Los Angeles comedy club. Now 12 hours of material from the series has...
Debuting in the fall of 1982 on the A&E television network, An Evening at the Improv featured a variety of stand-up comics doing their routines before an audience at a Los Angeles comedy club. Now 12 hours of material from the series has been collected together for a 4-disc set from Somerville House, out this week on Region 1 DVD. Coming early in a wave of similar shows that swept through broadcast and cable networks in the 80s, An Evening at the Improv featured Budd Friedman, who founded The Improv in New York in 1963 and opened a Los Angeles location in 1975. Friedman introduced a co-host for each weekly show; the co-host served as master of ceremonies, doing a bit at the top of... [Read the whole post on twitchfilm.com...]
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