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Seth Grahame-Smith is one busy gothic drama writer. Well known for his two New York Times best-selling novels, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, the 36-year-old New York native recently adapted Vampire Hunter into a film version. Scheduled to hit theaters on June 22, the film was produced by Tim Burton, with whom Grahame-Smith just collaborated on this week’s Dark Shadows. He’s… Continue reading Dialogue: Seth Grahame-Smith Dishes on ‘Dark Shadows,’ ‘Beetlejuice 2,’ ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ and ‘Night of the Living’
Chronicle is the type of movie that’s easy to pitch with just a handful of words: It’s a found footage superhero movie. But that nutshell sell does the movie a disservice. There’s more going on under Chronicle’s hood than just kids taping their newfound superpowers. Max Landis’ script is not only a fresh “with great power comes great responsibility” arc, but a strong coming of age… Continue reading Dialogue: Josh Trank on How the '90s and Having Nothing to Lose Influenced 'Chronicle'
If Margaret Thatcher’s family had a problem with “The Iron Lady,” you can only imagine how they’ll feel about a pirated Russian translation of the film, which compares Thatcher to Adolf Hitler.
According to The Guardian, a pirated version of “The Iron Lady” in Russia features some very inflammatory — and intentionally misleading — translations, including one part where Thatcher is presented as “a bloodthirsty, Hitler-admiring leader, whose fondest desire is… Continue reading 'Iron Lady' Russian Translation: Meryl Streep Movie Gets Pirated In Russia With New Dialogue
I never thought that I would see sold out crowds for four-decade-old movie, but nevertheless it’s there that I found myself last week. Golden ticket acquired, I attended the Alamo Drafthouse’s cast reunion screening of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This event was the result of a beautiful stroke of serendipity. The Drafthouse had already planned a reparatory screening of the film when they were… Continue reading Dialogue: The Kids From 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' on Wonkatania, the Remake and the Real Scary Slugworth