Cinecast Episode 315 – From Shakespeare to Prada to Zombies

  Three theatrical reviews from three wildly different films. Top 5 List of 2013 so far. The advertising differences of Pacific Rim and The Counselor. A fair bit of Watchlist chat, specifically on the Coen’s Man Who Wasn’t There, and Sundance Original series, Rectify. This ain’t a short one, folks. As always, please join the conversation...

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Cinecast Episode 253 – It’s not Trash. It’s Garbage.

Many of you know him as “Goon”, but illustrator/web designer/movie nerd, Corey Pierce of the Critical Mass Cast has parachuted into the Cinecast floating ever so gently down on the buoyancy of his love for Mirror Mirror and making the show one of epic length, even by Cinecast standards; we do not quite break the Cinecast record but we do come...

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Movies We Watched

Sometimes we watch stuff that we want to talk just a little bit about, not a full review worth. These are those films. If any of the films reviewed are available on Netflix Instant Watch (US or Canada) or HuluPlus (US only), we’ll note that by putting a direct link below the capsule. Manic 2001 US. Director: Jordan Melamed. Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt,...

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Trailer: Julia’s Eyes

  I managed to catch this Guillermo Del Toro produced Spanish ghost story in Toronto (even briefly running into the big man himself, which was pretty cool.) Directed by Guillem Morales, Julia’s Eyes went on to be the opening night film for the 2010 edition of Sitges, where leading lady BelĂ©n Rueda (The Orphanage) turned quite a few heads in a red...

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Christopher Nolan’s Memento gets Micro Re-Release in Select Theatres, Feb. 17

    Ten years after its theatrical debut, Christopher Nolan’s neo-noir thriller told in reverse, Memento is getting a celebratory ONE NIGHT ONLY re-release on February 17th, 2011. Screening in select digital cinemas across North America, these screenings will feature an exclusive Q&A with writer/director Christopher Nolan speaking with...

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