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Trailer: Green Inferno

Let’s make it a triple-bill of trailers.

Here’s the first official trailer for Eli Roth’s first film in 6 years. It’s been awhile since we;ve had a proper cannibal film in the theaters and from the buzz coming out of the festival circuit this one could be something to keep a look out for.


Watch: Trailer for Eli Roth's 'Green Inferno' Teases Horror in the Amazon

Eli Roth is back with his first feature directorial effort since 2007′s “Hostel: Part II,” and the first trailer for “The Green Inferno” promises all the gore and horror his fans have come to expect. 110 more words


Open Road Acquires Rights to John Singleton's 'Tupac'

Open Road Films has acquired all U.S. rights to “Tupac,” with John Singleton on board to direct.

The pic will be produced and financed by Morgan Creek Productions and Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films. 96 more words


Open To A New Experience CHEF TRAILER

After being berated by restaurant owner and boss (Dustin Hoffman), Chef Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) quits his job at a prominent Los Angeles restaurant and is clueless as to what his next step will be. 47 more words


I Saw Sabotage

Skip Woods and David Ayer are the two men behind the latest Schwarzenegger film, the action/heist Sabotage. These two have been involved with some of the dumbest movies in the history of Hollywood, so it’s no surprise that this movie is also terrible. 785 more words

Movie Reviews

Film Review: 'Sabotage'

In writer-director David Ayer’s last law-enforcement drama, the remarkable “End of Watch,” there wasn’t a moment that didn’t feel lived-in and true. The same cannot be said of Ayer’s “Sabotage,” a gruesome and frequently preposterous B-grade actioner about an elite team of DEA agents who run afoul of a ruthless Mexican cartel — and each other. 1,084 more words



“Spend enough time on the job, the job bites back!” - John ‘Breacher’ Wharton (Arnold Schwarzenegger)

Seconds into the opening credits, a petite elderly woman leaned over to her son and whispered, “He’s getting a little bit too old for this!” Those were my sentiments exactly when finding out that California’s former Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was in yet another movie. 401 more words