Movie News After Dark: Lindsay Lohan, Winnie Cooper and a Flame Thrower


What is Movie News After Dark? It’s exactly what it says it is… movie news, after dark.

Here is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie – This great expose from the New York Times Magazine exposes the world of Lindsay Lohan, Bret Eastin Ellis and The Canyons. Poor, poor Paul Schrader.

Can a Fanboy and Physics Change a Movie? – In a guest articles over at Scientific American, a fan of Firefly finds a way in which Joss Whedon didn’t have to kill everyone you love. Or something along those lines.

Theater goes subscription-based to stay alive – Would you pay a subscription to see as many movies as you can in a month, a la Netflix, but in a theater? The Met Cinema in Oakhurst, CA is hoping that its locals might. Marketplace explores.

5 Obvious Tips for Writing About/For The Movies – Over at Badass Digest, Devin Faraci really wants to help those of you who would like to be a film critic, a blogger, or a screenwriter. Well, I’m not sure he genuinely wants to help, but he’s got some advice all the same.

Why John Dies at the End Kept Director Don Coscarelli Up at Night – A great interview with the veteran director about his latest film, courtesy of i09.

If you want to bitch about Girls, you have to watch the show – This is the prevailing advice from Pajiba captain Dustin Rowles. And he’s right. If you don’t like Lena Dunham or her show Girls, that’s fine. But you should at least know what you’re dealing with first before you pass judgment. In related news, I will no longer be discussing Kathryn Bigelow’s stance on torture with anyone who has not seen Zero Dark Thirty.

Winnie Cooper with a flame thrower – We end the evening with the best possible thing on the entire planet (at least for today). In a SyFy original movie called Tasmanian Devils, Danica McKellar (best known as Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years) stars. That’s all you need to know. Now here’s the trailer:

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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