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Category Archives: Movie Posters
I keep hearing good things about this movie, and lord knows I love me some The Professional, Lucy, and The Fifth Element. So I’m hoping this groovy poster is just the start of the groovy. Grooviness? Whatever – synopsis! VALERIAN … Continue reading
Happy Friday the 13th everybody! TGTICL! (Thank Goodness This Isn’t Crystal Lake!) To celebrate, spooky movie The Witch has a groovy new poster — Edgar Allen Poe, anyone? — and a site you can clicky around to mark the Friday … Continue reading
Stoked. STOKED. Read the book, looking forward to seeing it up on the big screen. I’m also a huge Pride and Prejudice fan anyway (COLIN FIRTH FTW…oh yeah, the novel too), so adding zombies to the mix is a hoot. … Continue reading
A movie franchise based on a crazy-popular YA trilogy of novels. Sound familiar? Oh yeah, Hollywood is definitely mining the Young Adult section of the bookstore right now. And The 5th Wave is the newest book-to-film coming our way. Based … Continue reading
Eww, COOTIES! Who doesn’t remember that from school? Whether you had ’em, ran from ’em, or did a little of both, it’s a rite of passage. And apparently it’s also lethal…at least to adults unlucky enough to get caught by … Continue reading
Am I the only one who has “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” playing in her head every time I see the title of this movie? With full orchestration and five-part harmony. Just me? Fine. But any way you slice it (PUN CROSSING), … Continue reading
I’ve been looking forward to Suffragette — a film about the early days of the women’s equality movement — ever since I heard about the cast. Carey Mulligan. Helena Bonham Carter, LA STREEP. I got extra pumped when I heard … Continue reading