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    Legend: Tom Hardy’s Mobster Parent Trap…

    …or Tom Hardy’s Dead Ringers. Pick your “twin-movie” reference. Legend focuses on the notorious Krays, the twin brothers that ruled London’s underground in the 1960s. 

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    Cannon Canon Podcast: The Last American Virgin

    On today’s episode of The Cannon Canon podcast, John and Sean are back with another discussion of the Cannon Films Canon! Join them as they trawl though the highs and lows of the ’80s teen comedy classic, The Last American Virgin. This week features two men trying to talk about teen pregnancy! Awkwardness ensues! Download it here. (Right-click, save […]

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    Never Sleep Again: A Four-Hour Freddy Krueger Doc

    Why would you want to watch a four-hour-long “Ken Burnsian” documentary about Freddy Krueger? Because it’s actually incredibly fun and interesting, that’s why! Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy is streaming now and definitely worth a look for any Freddy fans. Or indie film fans, for that matter, since New Line Cinema is the production house […]

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    Black Mass: Johnny Depp Has a New Hat

    Johnny Depp’s upcoming film, Black Mass is a totally different role for him. Here’s the trailer: On one hand, Depp’s portrayal of infamous Boston mobster Whitey Bulger is genuinely chilling. On the other, he seems to be wearing a Christopher Walken costume and impersonating the landlord from Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. At the very least, it’s […]

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    Dumb But Fun: Congo

    Let’s take a quick break from podcasts and film news to talk about my favorite topic: “stupid movies that are accidentally delightful.” I can’t think of a better starting point than the Laura Linney “classic” adventure flick: Congo. Before we get started, if you’ve never seen this iconic American film, it is currently available for streaming on Netflix.

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    Red Band Trailer: Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves

    I’ve already posted about my love for FDR American Badass writer Ross Patterson’s work, but here’s the official red band trailer for his latest project, Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves. Okay, so that’s admittedly a little rough around the edges. Possibly worryingly rough. I’m still holding onto hope, though. Patterson seems like a genuinely funny guy. Besides, all of the […]

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