Tag "charlizetheron"

Fantasia 2015 Review: DARK PLACES, An Affecting Autopsy Of The 1980s Satanic Panic

1985. In a rural community of Kansas there was a young teenager named Ben Day (Tye Sheridan channelling Ezra Miller) who was very into the punk rock outfit The Misfits. He filled his sketchbooks with black-inked antichrist art, and was accused... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   

Destroy All Monsters: All We Have Are Our Bodies On FURY ROAD

In Mad Max: Fury Road, we get the great existentialist Western of our time. Save one character murmuring prayers in one shot to anyone who will listen, God is not in evidence. The movie is entirely bound up in human... More »
By Matt Brown   

The Many Faces Of Charlize Theron

Mad Max: Fury Road is putting the pedal to the metal in cinemas worldwide, and two things have become apparent. One: reviews so far are almost ridiculously positive. Two: everyone agrees Charlize Theron is awesome. Thing number two shouldn't come... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Review: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, A Tour De Force Masterpiece

How's this for hyperbole: George Miller is the Australian Spielberg. You've got a director with a wide diversity of films (from The Road Warrior to Babe to Happy Feet), all injected with an almost preternaturally gifted ability to have... More »
By Jason Gorber   

MAD MAX: Will You Survive The New Trailer?

Mad Max. Fury Road. Tom Hardy. Charlize Theron. New trailer. Holy shit.... More »
By Todd Brown   

New MAD MAX Trailer Hurts Real Good

Is there a ton of new footage in the new Japanese trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road? Honestly, not so much. But what there is every bit as gonzo as what we saw in the first trailer and it provides... More »
By Todd Brown   


Oh my. I do not know who wins the prize for best line goes to in the new NSFW trailer and TV spots for Seth MacFarlane's comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Sarah Silverman once again gets a... More »
By Andrew Mack   

First Look At Seth MacFarlane's A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST

Does Neil Patrick Harris never look good in a suit? Above is our first look at some of the cast of Seth McFarlane's upcoming Western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Left to right, you have NPH, then... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Amanda Seyfried May Dump Seth MacFarlane In A MILLION WAYS TO DIE

According to a report at THR, Amanda Seyfried (Les Miserables and the upcoming Lovelace) is in talks to play the role of Seth MacFarlane's girlfriend in his comedy western A Million Ways To Die in the West. Now before you start silently... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Charlize Theron Investigates A Family Massacre In DARK PLACES Adaptation

Charlize Theron will star in and produce the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel, Dark Places. The book will be adapted for the screen and directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner. Theron will play the role of the novel's narrator and... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Charlize Theron To Giddyup In Seth MacFarlane's A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST?

Insert Cowgirl joke here. Okay. Got that out of your system? Good. Moving on. A report over at THR suggests that uber-everything, Charlize Theron, is in final negotiations to star opposite Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane in a Blazing Saddles type... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Exclusive: ANGELS IN EXILE Poster Debut

Set to debut today at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Billy Raftery's documentary Angels in Exile follows Zuleika and Ariel, two children living on the streets in Durban, South Africa. They face a bleak future, one marked by drugs,... More »
By Peter Martin   

It's A Wrap! MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Completes Principal Photography

It weathered massive delays due - ironically - to good weather, survived a move to a different continent, and finished out the end of the shoot under the watchful eye of studio bean counters. But the key word in that... More »
By Todd Brown   

AEON FLUX - Review

[Since I am an unabashed fan of Peter Chung's original MTV incarnation of Aeon Flux, the below review inevitably keeps coming back to the TV show For better or worse, there is little attempt to assess the film completely... More »
By Kurt Halfyard