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Podcast EP160: Argo, Here Comes the Boom, Sinister Predictions Plus Horror Reviews

Episode one-hundred and sixty. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as they discuss the latest in movie news, box office numbers and trailers.

Box Office Predictions: Argo
Here Comes the Boom
Seven Psychopaths
Sinister

News: Katee Sackhoff Joins Female Expendables
Bad Teacher Heads to Television
Rob Cohen and Jason Blum Planning Found Footage Action Film
Sacha Baron Cohen Plans The Lesbian

31 Days of Horror: Tucker and Dale vs Evil
Hellraiser: Hellseeker
Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust
The Amityville Horror (2005)

Box Office Weekend Breakdown: October 5-7, 2012

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Lord of Illusions (1995) – Review

1 1/2 Stars

Clive Barker’s Lord of Illusions is all smoke and mirrors, here is a movie that has a gripping first ten minutes and nothing that follows comes close to toping it. But man, what an opening. After the horrific events that start the film, the story settles into a modern-day film noir, complete with the downtrodden private eye (Scott Bakula), a femme fatale (Famke Janssen), and the low-paying gig that starts off small and leads to a much larger conspiracy. The original spin in this case is the presence of the supernatural or ‘magic’. Think of it as Chinatown meets The Prestige.
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Podcast EP96: Non-Stop Liam Neeson, Adam Sandler Redoes Summer School, HellraiserTV

Episode ninety-six. Join hosts Trevor and Jason as we discuss Roland Emmerich in Talks for White House Down, Liam Neeson for Non-Stop, Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison to take over Summer School remake, Hellraiser now a TV show, and Platinum Dunes takes right to next Halloween movie. TrailerAddict trailer talk for Rock of Ages and To Rome with Love. Our reviews for Wrath of the Titans, The Hunger Games, and The Three Musketeers. Plus much more movie talk, tune in now!

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Hellraiser: Inferno (2000) – Review

2 1/2 Stars

The fifth official entry in the Hellraiser series is the first to debut straight-to-DVD and it’s too bad because this frequently disturbing film would have benefited from a larger budget. Purists of the franchise will no doubt discard Inferno as inferior due to the lack of Pinhead and other cenobites that have dominated previous sequels. To be fair thats a valid argument, there is very little that ties this picture into the overall mythology built up over parts one through four. The story feels like it was originally set as a straight forward police procedural before the Hellraiser segments were grafted on in order to sell the film to a built in fan base. If that is not the case then the screenplay by Paul Harris Boardman and director Scott Derrickson builds steadily for an hour before totally going off the rails in the last act. Situations become confused and the main character awakes from an ‘it was only a dream’ stupor nearly half of a dozen times. It gets to the point that the audience doesn’t know whats supposed to be played on the level of reality and what is happening in this dream state, which ultimately causes indifference. →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading