Dear Zachary


A swift kick in the pants is all you need to get your midnight juices flowing, that’s an ideal that I’ve always held to be true. If you don’t have anyone to kick you, you can always simply read Movie News After Dark. It will either get you pumped up and ready for that late-night fast food run or put you to sleep, or both simultaneously. How did he do it, you may wonder after wrapping your car around a telephone poll while stuffing your face with an extra large gordita. Run for the border my friends, it’s time for movie news…



The release of Catfish, a movie that will cause you to be beaten to death by the internet if you even mention its name, brings to mind a few movies of the recent past that we couldn’t talk about. These films were more than just big twists. They were entire experiences that audiences, in rare form, decided were too incredible to spoil for anyone. It seems we’re getting farther and farther away from that here in the Information Age, but Catfish (whether or not the hype is deserved) is a great reminder of films that gained mystique because you “had to see them for yourself.” Here are a few of those films.



Just over 3,000 films were released in the past ten years. Instead of sleeping, Neil and Cole (with the help of a supercomputer) whittle that list down to the best 1%.



Kevin Carr looks at the slate of films in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.



Kevin and Neil bid adieu to the Magical Studio in the Sky while Neil prepares to embark on a cross-country Bohemian Gypsy travel adventure. They also talk about their favorite scary movies, porn star cameos and a bunch of other awful shenanigans in the newly-revived Internet-only segment.

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published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015
published: 01.27.2015

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