Final Girl is a stripped down combination of The Most Deadly Game and a non-supernatural buffy the Vampire Slayer. It’s an odd combination and, in its minimalist way, a reasonably diverting hour-and-a-half.
After some odd little teasers and oblique press releases, FOX has released a full-length trailer for its new horror-comedy series Scream Queens.
See what all the fuss is about after the jump.
Morning, and the NPR announcer is filling in the details of the day ahead – new outbreaks of something called the Necroambulist Virus are down 30%. A young girl is stopped by police for missing curfew. Later we see a man, Wade Vogel, driving an old truck into town and visiting a quarantine area.
We learn he’s spent the last two weeks looking for his daughter, Maggie, and has been told she’s there. With its eerie score and slightly slower than deliberate pacing, this movie doesn’t seem to fit its star – Vogel is played by Arnold Schwarzenegger – but this is not an Ah-nuld movie by any stretch of the imagination.
The new teaser for Scram Queens finds Emma Roberts finding another use for a particular kitchen implement. Check it out after the jump.
The teaser for Ryan Murphy’s new FOX anthology series, Scream Queens, definitely sets a tone. Check it out after the break. (Not bad for twelve seconds, right?)
Scream Queens comes to FOX this fall.
Fox has announced cast additions for the first season of Ryan Murphy’s new series, Scream Queens.
Joining Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts will be Joe Manganiello, Lea Michelle, Abigail Breslin and Keke Palmer. Ariana Grande will guest-star in a key recurring role.
The first instalment of the comedy-horror series is set on a college campus rocked by a series of murders. Scream Queens is set for a Fall 2015 premiere. For more, follow the jump.
With its awesome animation and vivid colors, Rango is flashy enough to amuse kids [who won’t understand much of it] – but its sophisticated storytelling and references make it a joy for serious film buffs.
Johnny Depp is a busy, busy man.
Follow the jump to see the original announcement piece and first Rango trailer.
From the moment that Zombieland begins with an earnest, yet extremely funny narrative on the rules on how to survive a zombie attack done over the backdrop of surprisingly tame but effective scenes of zombie attacks and people flying through windshields, you immediately become aware that this is not your typical “George A. Romero” type zombie movie.
Even though the film takes place within a post-apocalyptic world where a unknown virus has turned the people who ate the meat tainted with it into Zombies, this beginning narration sets the tone for the well paced seriocomedic nature that sets Zombieland apart from the typical zombie horror movie. The narrator and main character of the movie is “Columbus” (Jesse Eisenberg), a a twentysomething loner type college student who, up until the zombie virus changed the world, lived a very phobic/uptight existence in Austin, Texas. Once the virus struck he sets out on a journey to get back to his hometown of Columbus, Ohio to check on his family.
You were born genetically to keep your sibling alive since your parents are not a compatible match. Many years went by and you feel that you have a right to your body. What’s the next thing to you, you file a lawsuit seeking medical emancipation from your parents to keep them from making future decisions of your body. How will this choice affect your family, yourself, and the life you were born to save. This describes the powerful melodrama, My Sister’s Keeper. This is the one of those films that raises tough, thought-provoking ethical questions.
Based on the best-selling novel by Jodi Piccoult, the film focused on the journey of the Fitzgerald family. Brian & Sara Fitzgerald (Jason Patric & Cameron Diaz) found out that their eldest daughter Kate was diagnosed acute promyelocytic leukemia at two years old. Conceived by means of in vitro fertilization, Anna Fitzgerald (Abigail Breslin) was brought into the world to be a genetic match for Kate. Anna suffers throughout her life to be there for her sister when she needs her. Anna, now 11, is called again to help out Kate (Sofia Vassilieva) when goes into renal failure. They will need Anna’s kidney in order for Kate to survive. Anna decides that enough was enough. Although, she loves her sister dearly, she wants a life of her own. So she seeks the help of Attorney Campbell Alexander (Alec Baldwin) to sue her parents for medical emancipation. Stunned at first, but Campbell agreed to the take the case.
Definitely, Maybe is a smart, witty, genuinely funny romantic comedy with intelligent plotting, real conversations and not one, but two happy endings – though not necessarily the kind of happy endings that you find in the usual Hollywood romcom.