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December 2015

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Dimension and Miramax Give Up Rights to Halloween Franchise

News, News Articles, Ryan Williams

By Ryan Williams 12/30/15 Since the release of the 1978 classic, “Halloween” has become a cult classic, lending itself to a plethora of sequels and a number of remakes. For over three decades, Dimension Films has theses films to audiences,…

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Thoughts on the upcoming Award season

Home, Mandela Wells, Opinion Articles

  By Mandela Wells @MwellsDJ 12/30/15 Award season begins in less than a few weeks and as of Christmas day all the film contenders have been released in theaters. Unlike past years there doesn’t seem to be a distinct film…

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2015’s Most Disappointing Films 

Home, Nick Hintz, Opinion Articles

By Nick Hintz 12/30/15 2015 has certainly been an exciting year for films, with box office records being shattered by “Jurassic World” and again months later by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.“ However, there were several films this year that were quite…

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First Photos of “Doctor Strange” Released

Home, Mandela Wells, News, News Articles

By Mandela Wells @MwellsDJ 12/29/15 Entertainment Weekly has officially released the first photos from next years “Doctor Strange.” The photos feature Benedict Cumberbatch in full costume as Strange, his lair, and even in the hospital after the tragic event that…

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Point Break

Mandela Wells, Movie Reviews

By Mandela Wells @MwellsDJ 12/29/15 About a year ago, I saw the original “Point Break” from 1991. It’s a film that I considered to be OK, not great, but not terrible. The story wasn’t entirely entertaining and I wasn’t a…

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Christopher Nolan’s next film to tackle evacuation of Dunkirk

Home, Jason Abdow, News, News Articles

By Jason Abdow 12/29/15 Christopher Nolan, a director typically associated with fantasy and science-fiction, will possibly be taking on a historical war drama. Rumors coming from the French press said that Nolan’s film will center on the evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940, an major…

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The Dark Tower: Who Could Play Roland

Home, Opinion Articles, Travis Martin

By Travis Martin @tjpm1994 12/28/15 One of Stephen King‘s greatest novels, “The Dark Tower,” is finally being made into a movie. Writer and director Nikolaj Arcel is currently beginning to cast the film, with Matthew McConaughey rumored to be a front runner as the villain: The Man In…

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DC releases schedule for it’s next several feature films

Edward Delaney, Home, News, News Articles

By Edward Delaney 12/28/15 DC Studio’s is keeping the competition going with Marvel as a frenzy of superhero movies continues to be announced for the next four years. Already “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is set for released on March 25th,…

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Home, Movie Reviews, William Tarashuk

By Will Tarashuk @WillTarashuk 12/28/15 I think it’s safe to say J.J. Abrams deserves a vacation after the release of the most anticipated movie of all time. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was a magnificent start to the new trilogy….

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First official images from Ron Howard’s ‘Inferno’ released

Danielle Moskowitz, Home, News, News Articles

                  by Danielle Moskowitz 12/27/15 The first Inferno film images have been released featuring Tom Hanks as he returns as Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon. Felicity Jones will costar. Shooting for this film…

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