Doomsday

Bob Hoskins in The Long Good Friday

Last week, the film world lost a giant. Often called The Cockney Cagney, Bob Hoskins was an actor who didn’t just demand your attention on screen, he grabbed you by the throat, turned you upside down, and shook you until you could only applaud. Cargill and I do our best to adequately honor this towering talent via some of our favorites of his performances. Sure, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Hook are tremendous films, but we stick to the deep track stuff. We also explain why Hoskins would have made the perfect Wolverine. And yes, there will be discussion of Super Mario Brothers that borders on tribute. You’ve been warned. You should follow Brian (@Briguysalisbury), Cargill (@Massawyrm), and the show (@Junkfoodcinema). Download Episode #10 Directly

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Tyler Bates

If you have ever grabbed your arm rest in fright while watching the recent Halloween remake or buried your face in your scarf (as I often do during the scary parts of movies) when a particular stanza in the Dawn of the Dead score made you jump, you are already familiar with composer Tyler Bates‘ work. With Halloween upon us, I thought it only appropriate to sit down with Bates to pick his brain about all things horror from his favorite scary movies to what he loves about composing for them to his favorite Halloween memories (and costumes.) Read on to hear about his experience working with directors Rob Zombie and Neil Marshall, how his early exposure to horror films may have set his current career in motion, and what may happen when you attend a wedding on Halloween.

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SXSW Film 2010

There was this super secret screening of a film last night here at SXSW. Eveyone No one knew anything about it, or what film it even was. It ended up being an exclusive engagement, and a lucky night for the people who had their eyes filled with Neil Marshall’s Centurion.

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2008review-fights

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 Coroner\

We just can’t get enough Rhona Mitra, but is it possible that “Doomsday” delivers the blood and violence we expect with a woman who is out and out a badder chick than Rhona!? Prepare to meet Viper.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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The Reject Report

While Doomsday struggles to get moving, Horton plops his big elephant behind down on top of the box office.

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While far from perfect, Doomsday can be a blast if you like the action, like the violence, endure the language and like watching Rhona Mitra strut around in tight, black spandex. [Grade: B+]

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Doomsday

What better way to enjoy all this UK action served up in Doomsday is with a pint of Guinness, or maybe straight rum.

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Kevin holds down the fort with David from Bullz-Eye.com while Neil checks in with some special guests from SXSW in Austin.

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Doomsday in Movies

Everyone has wondered what it would be like if the world came to an end. How would it happen? Would it be our fault? Would the rest of the universe even notice? Will it be on YouTube?

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One week off from the poster frenzy and I feel the need to bring the funk…

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Neil Marshall’s next flick just seems to keep sneaking back up on us, and its release is getting close… So how about a trailer.

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published: 12.23.2014
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published: 12.22.2014
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