I Heart Monster Movies is a fun look inside the world of horror fandom. Produced by Trionic Entertainment and on DVD from Cheezy Flicks, the movie is a love letter to horror films and horror fans. Though far from perfect, the film manages to capture the spirit of horror fandom while offering glimpses inside different sections of the horror community in America.
The far more commercially successful The Matrix overshadowed David Cronenberg’s eXistenZ when it came out in 1999. Comparisons aren’t really fair however, since the two films are entirely different animals. Both involve virtual realities and groups of resistance fighters who stand against the use of technology as an escape from reality, but where The Matrix was a sleek action blockbuster with a brain, eXistenZ is more a mix of mystery thriller with (in true Cronenberg fashion) plenty of body horror thrown in.
Pre-production on X-Men: Days of Future Past (aka X-Men: First Class 2) has had its fair share of ups and downs over the past couple months, but some very exciting news for the film has just broke. Director Bryan Singer has just tweeted that Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will appear in the film to reprise the roles of Magneto and Professor Xavier, which they last portrayed in X-Men: The Last Stand. Singer also confirmed a few other returning actors, details of which you find below!
Hey! A rumor that isn't Star Wars related! I thought all other movies had fallen out of production to make way for more alien racism. Anyway, strange, trench coat wearing men are abound in Hollywood spreading rumors about Joseph Gordon-Levitt (3rd Rock From the Sun) reprising his role as Robin/Batman/Quailman/Nightwing/Beyond in the upcoming Justice League film. More after the jump...
The ending of GUT has been one of the major dividing lines of the film, from viewers to critics and beyond. Even I came down very harshly on it in my review. So, to finally understand the ending, I went straight to the writer and director himself, Elias, who was all too kind to accept the challenge.
As an unnamed man wanders through a forest, images of gruesome violence and untamed sexuality flood his psyche. Admitted to a psychiatric hospital, the doctors and nurses are at a loss to explain his identity or his condition. The man seems to fear the dark, and each night stands by the window in his straightjacket as if he were waiting for someone, or something. When a young woman visitor appears to recognize him, he runs away in abject terror.