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Director: 'Goonies' sequel 'hopefully' on the way

HOLLYWOOD — Richard Donner, who directed “The Goonies,” said a sequel to the beloved 1985 film could become reality.

In a video (below) posted on YouTube by… 216 more words

News

"Goonies Never Say Die!" 'The Goonies 2' Is In The Works

Almost 30 years have passed since the classic film The Goonies was released, and a sequel may be in the works. There has been interest from the original cast members like Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, and Corey Feldman, according to… 91 more words

Shows

Hercules, a Hobbit, Zombie Killers and Cupcakes with Kaylee - Sumner's Awesome Con 2014 Experience

I was fortunate this past weekend to be a media guest handler at Awesome Con in Washington, DC. Even though it was long hours and much energy was expended, I was one of the lucky few that had access to the green room, and therefore, was able to operate within the sphere of functioning of most of the film and TV stars. 1,917 more words

Film/TV

Sam & Frodo Watch the Elves.

I did this painting of Frodo and Sam back in 2006. They’re watching in awe as the Elves pass through the woods on their way to other lands. 41 more words

Art

Which Celeb Admitted to NEVER Seeing an Episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians?

Breaking Bad! The Wire! Game of Thrones! These are just a few shows everyone seems to always be talking about, and it can be kind of embarrassing to admit you’ve never laid eyes on some of the greatest TV of all time. 226 more words

Videos

CABIN FEVER: PATIENT ZERO (2014)

Directed by Kaare Andrews.
Starring: Sean Astin, Currie Graham & Mitch Ryan.

Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever was ok. For me it suffered from far too much hype and from that I expected much more and it just didn’t deliver. 557 more words

Horror

Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero

The DVD Shelf

Disease and flesh-eating parasites are genuinely terrifyingy things which is what this film preys on. Body horror operates at the visceral level taking advantage of our ability to empathize with the pain and suffering of the characters by giving us an echo of the pain in our own bodies. 549 more words

Film