Cloverfield

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To movie critics (including myself): yer doin’ it wrong.

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This week’s Culture Warrior talks fake movies that look real but are fake, from Paranormal Activity to Blair Witch to old people getting in it with garbage.

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Ed Sanchez and Dan Myrick want to take us back into the woods. Is there anyway on earth we should trust them again? Should we leave bread crumbs behind?

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We were all blown away by the original and now the U.S. will have a shot at it with Richard Jenkins, Chloe Moretz, and Kodi Smit-Mcphee. But are they headed in the right direction with this cast? You be the judge. That way we don’t have to form an opinion.

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Paranormal Activity follows the Hitchcock 101 school of filmmaking like it’s scripture: show as little as possible and let audience imagination fill in the rest. It’s a rule most horror films could implement a bit more, and it works in this film to an astoundingly effective degree.

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Apparently, the guy who directed Cloverfield thinks that Colorado is just as scary as the desolate waste of rural Sweden. Probably just as cold, too.

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Director/actor Eli Roth recently spoke with MTV about his upcoming plans which include a “revolutionary double-barreled” idea to film two movies back to back!

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While the handheld camera may have revolutionized porn (we give thanks!) it may have ruined Robert Fure’s day in other ways.

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Producer, director, eye glass wearing super entertainment machine J.J. Abrams decided this week to extend the deal the keeps his production company, Bad Robot, and Paramount Pictures in bed together making movies. And that is important.

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Iron Man and Bolt Getting Love from the VES

The Visual Effects Society put their heads together to nominate the best in visual effects from this year. I’m sure you already have some things in mind as for what you would nominate, but be prepared for some surprises too.

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As part of our Year in Review, we’ve asked our resident DVDologist Brian Gibson to lay down his 15 favorite releases from 2008.

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We Rejects love our action and we sure as hell like watching men, women, monsters, and superheroes whip the crap out of each other on the big screen. Here are our favorite fights of 2008.

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The year of 2008 will most definitely not be remembered as a great year for horror, but that didn’t stop us from trying to pull together a list of the best of what was offered.

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It is time once again for the FSR Year in Review, our annual week of lists and recaps, counting down the very best in film for the year. We begin our quest with the place where most cinematic journeys start, with a great movie poster.

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The Academy has announced its 15 finalists for the Best Visual Effects Oscar, and we know one film that can be eliminated right off the bat… Here’s a hint: it stars Keanu Reeves.

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Oddette Yustman may have come onto the scene a little late to be Charlie’s fourth angel, but based on what we’ve seen from her hotness in Cloverfield and the poster for David S. Goyer’s The Unborn, seeing her in a tight leather assassin outfit has just risen up my to-do list.

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We’ve noticed a sudden drop in actual humans in movie posters. Are studios on the verge of sticking with a new trend in one sheets?

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Jennifer Carpenter in Quarantine

Horror movie fans can enjoy the visceral experience presented in Quarantine.

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Let the Right One In

Cloverfield director Matt Reeves, has signed to direct a remake of the recent Swedish vampire movie, Let the Right One In.

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The 2008 Mid-Year Review

With Comic-Con over and done, we want to take a moment to pause and look back, at the year so far. We do this in a format that we like to call “Ten Things We Liked, 5 Things We Didn’t.”

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