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Scream Factory To Bring Three Classic John Carpenter Films To Blu-ray On July 24th!

On July 24, Scream Factory will release three excellent films from the canon of John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) on Blu-ray, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Someone’s Watching Me, and In The Mouth of Madness, the latter in a new Collector’s Edition. In The Mouth Of Madness [Collector’s Edition] boasts several exciting new special features, […]

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Adam Rifkin’s ‘The Last Movie Star’ Showcases Burt Reynolds At His Best!

“The Last Movie Star” is a smart, fresh take on stardom that left me nostalgic for the era of classic Hollywood. Reynolds’ Vic Edwards represents a pedigree of Hollywood that has long since faded with the popularity of reality stars and internet flash in the pans. A Hollywood fixture for decades, Reynolds’ translates his ups […]

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Check Out The Trailer For Adam Rifkin’s ‘The Last Movie Star’ Starring Burt Reynolds and Ariel Winter

Check out the official trailer for Adam Rifkin’s ‘The Last Movie Star.’ The film stars the legendary Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter, Clark Duke and Chevy Chase. The uproarious story about getting older arrives on Blu-ray™ and Digital on March 27 from Lionsgate. Synopsis: Vic Edwards (Burt Reynolds) was the biggest star in Hollywood, a college […]

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Official Poster Unveiled For ‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of The National Lampoon’ Documentary

Magnolia Pictures has unveiled a new poster for the upcoming documentary ‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of The National Lampoon.’ Check it out below along with the red band trailer for the film. From the 1970s thru the 1990s, there was no hipper, no more outrageous comedy in print than The National Lampoon, the groundbreaking humor […]

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New Red Band Trailer ”Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of The National Lampoon’ Unveiled

From the 1970s thru the 1990s, there was no hipper, no more outrageous comedy in print than The National Lampoon, the groundbreaking humor magazine that pushed the limits of taste and acceptability – and then pushed them even harder. Parodying everything from politics, religion, entertainment and the whole of American lifestyle, the Lampoon eventually went […]