Archive | April, 2012

New Season Of Arrested Development Will Premiere All At Once!

According to Vulture, at the Netflix sponsored National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas, creator Mitch Hurwitz and some cast members appeared on stage to promote the new season of Arrested Development that is being produced and released through Netflix.  It was revealed by Netflix chief Ted Sarandos that the fourth season of Arrested Development […]

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Two New Amazing Spider-Man Posters

Yahoo! Movies revealed two new posters for The Amazing Spider-Man.  While they aren’t the most original of poster concepts, they are definitely most welcome, especially after seeing the recently announced cover artwork for the original Spider-Man trilogy on blu-ray.  Spider-Man has long been my favorite superhero.  Besides enjoying the character himself, his costume and various […]

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Movies Worth Rewatching – O Brother, Where Art Thou?

This week on Movies Worth Rewatching we’re talking about Joel and Ethan Coen’s retelling of Homer’s The Odyssey, O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, Studio Canal). Disclaimer:  Joel and Ethan Coen are, without a doubt, my favorite filmmakers of all time.  There’s just something to their brand of storytelling that I connect with in a […]

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Guest Review: Comic Con Episode IV – A Fan’s Hope

Hey guys, Ben here.. I recently saw this film and absolutely loved it.  Comic Con is my home away from home and getting to watch this documentary brought back all sorts of happy feelings.  I came across a review from a blogger calling herself Horrorella that I thought did a great job describing the film […]

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Popcorn News – Apr. 12

Alex Proyas (Dark City, The Crow) is set to direct The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag.  Proyas will be writing the adaptation of the 1942 Robert Heinlein novella of the same name, which actually served as inspiration for Proyas’ Dark City. (The Hollywood Reporter) Writer/director Ti West (The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil) has […]

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Interview: Director Cary Hill Talks About His New Horror Film, Scream Park!

Scream Park is a retro style 80s horror film about an amusement park closing for the last time. The owner, played by Doug Bradley (Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser II), devises a scheme to have a pair of killers commit gruesome murders in the park as a publicity stunt to sell tickets. The victims are a group of employees partying after […]

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Updated! Kickstart The Apocalypse! Brea Grant’s New Film, Best Friends Forever Needs Your Support!

**UPDATE** There are only 3 days left (you have until Tuesday, April 24, at 1 AM EST) to help support Brea Grant’s new movie, Best Friends Forever!  Brea has created a video in which she talks about the movie and what it means to her (featured below).  Remember, you can help just by donating $5 […]

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You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Blu-ray Shelf! Jaws Officially Announced In High-Def

Universal Home Entertainment officially announced the August 14th release of Steven Spielberg’s classic film, Jaws.  We all knew that Jaws was in the blu-ray pipeline for this year but one thing we didn’t know was what kind of release we were going to get.  Based on the press release below, fans of Jaws are in […]

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Movies Worth Rewatching – Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

In this week’s Movies Worth Rewatching we’re talking about Edgar Wright’s insanely fun Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010, Universal Studios). This film marks a serious turning point for me and how I view/judge movie adaptations of comic books (true story). For those of you who don’t know, I’m kind of a comic book nerd… […]

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One Year Anniversary Post: Sharing Our Love Of The Movies!

Monster Popcorn is one year old today!  I’m incredibly excited about MP’s first anniversary and thankful for each and every one of you who read the site!  Seriously, I give my most heartfelt thanks to all of you!  Without your support, I wouldn’t have been able to grow the site into what it is now […]

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