Do serial killers retire? Do their hands get too arthritic to wield knives? Do they prefer to go to bed at 7pm rather than prowl neighborhoods in the wee hours of the morning? Do they start to use croquet mallets to actually PLAY croquet? It sounds like a silly concept—a serial killer too old to kill—but Sunday’s episode of Dexter dove right in, and the result was pretty darn great.
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What is it about the end of the world that brings out the cannibals? The Day seems set in the same exact universe as Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, with five survivors traveling on foot through a gray, dreary, post-apocalyptic America in search of food and shelter. It’s not a carbon copy of that book (or its cinematic adaptation), but director Douglas Aarniokoski is more than willing to eagerly set… Continue reading 'The Day' FF Review: Interesting Characters Trapped in a Familiar Apocalypse
A couple days ago, we reported that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are starting to prepare for their directorial debut
, formerly “Jay and Seth vs. the Apocalypse,” as they added the names Jonah Hill and James Franco to the cast. (You can read that original story
MTV talked to Rogen recently and got him to confirm two more names in the cast, also frequent collaborators, Danny McBride
Actor-slash-writer-slash-producer Seth Rogen was at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) for the past week promoting two films he co-starred in, both which mix comedy with more drama we’ve seen from Rogen in the past: Sarah Polley’s Take This Waltz and Jonathan Levine’s 50/50.
It was for the latter that ComingSoon.net spoke with Rogen, and he confirmed to us that the horror-comedy project The Apocalypse, based… Continue reading Rogen & Goldberg to Film The Apocalypse in 2012