Posts Tagged ‘movie’

“Love Story”-the timeless tale of what a man will do to win back his lost love

May 17, 2009

Kind of epic in a way..I suppose.  The gentleman featured in the video wrote, directed, and starred in this video which was intended to win back his lost love..by moving a lot of hay,  rocks, and tractor tires.  Tried and true methods gents, pay attention.  Hey, at least it features “When I See You Smile” by Bad English.  Who?  Just watch already….it’s good for a laugh or two.

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Stephen King’s “The Talisman”

August 19, 2008

This is a demo film by director Mathieu Ratthe in an attempt to secure the rights to make Stephen King’s “The Talisman” into a feature film.  Ratthe explains below:

“The Talisman – “DEMO SCENE” is based on a novel by Stephen King and Peter Straub.

My main objective for creating this piece is to demonstrate my directing ability and my vision to the producers who own the rights to the story: STEVEN SPIELBERG & KATHLEEN KENNEDY.

Among the key players who lent their support to this project are Cameron Bright (X-Men: The Last Stand, Birth) who starred in the leading role, the Montreal-based company Buzz Image (300; The Aviator) who created the visual effects. The scene was shot in two days.

Pacino and Deniro: trailer for “Righteous Kill”

August 18, 2008

In theaters September 12.

Pulp Muppets

July 23, 2008

Jack Bauer is back: Trailer for “24-Exile” out this November on Fox

July 17, 2008

Cheesey narrator, but hey,

New Coen Bros. film-“Burn After Reading”

July 17, 2008

I posted an earlier trailer about a month ago, this looks like the latest release. NSFW language.

Little kid can dance!

July 16, 2008

The guy blabbers a bit about the movie Step Up 2, apparently he was in it, but then watch this little kid break it down in his pj’s.  Amazing.

Faceless aliens spotted at Wimbeldon.

July 3, 2008

With the blankest of blank expressions on their faces, these mysterious figures have been popping up in the most unlikely of places.

The faceless mutants have a penchant for A-list celebrity bashes and have been spotted at Elton John’s White tie ball and Harrods summer sale, opened by Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall.

With a membrane of skin stretched tightly over their eyes, noses and mouths, the alien-like figures were most recently snapped ‘watching’ a match perched on Murray Mount at Wimbledon.

Close inspection of the pictures rules out an alien invasion – small perforations around the eye areas of the masks allow the people beneath to see the world outside.

But nobody knows who the faceless figures, who often appear as motionless couples are, or why they are turning up at high profile events.

Theories include the possibilities that they are limelight-seeking pranksters, performance artists or that they are at the centre of a viral marketing campaign for an as-yet unknown product of forthcoming horror film.

Speculation has even arisen that the masks hide a pair of well-know faces, fed up with being harrassed by the paparazzi.

One blogger wrote on the Moue Magazine website: “They probably aren’t just random people off of the street.

“If it ends up being a pair of celebrities who have had it with being photographed all of the time and are staging a protest, I vow to support every project they appear on from now on.

“Whatever their purpose, I want to join them. And I have a new Halloween costume for this year.” Source with additional pictures.

Funny interview with the original TV Batman, Adam West

June 26, 2008

A small excerpt from a recent interview with Adam West, the original TV Batman.

Most men have fallen for the wrong type of woman at least once – did you have some sympathy for your character for his love of Catwoman?

Oh yes. He was just a poor soul. He was so torn, Martin…it was heartbreaking! [laughs] He had these curious stirrings in his utility belt, and yet he knew she had to be put away in the slammer.

Do you ever regret turning Cubby Broccoli down for James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever?

Not really. No, wait a minute. Yes.

Full interview at The Den of Geek.

And a scene from “The Batman Movie” made in 1966. Holy sardine!

Rob Zombie’s poster for his upcoming film, Tyrannosaurus Rex

June 26, 2008

Seems to be a children’s film and a strong departure from his other films, House of a 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. Everyone softens with old age, I guess.

From Ain’tItCoolNews.com