Nazis

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Stalag 17 begins with an escape from the tightly controlled Luftwaffe prison camp during the last year of WWII. As the two men snake their way through a tunnel, it’s a little too easy for the Germans to find them and fill them full of bullets. The meaning is clear. There’s a rat amongst our heroes.

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In the mid-1930s, Walt Disney put down his pens and pencils to head to South America to battle Nazis. While completely misleading, that sentence is factually accurate, and there’s a documentary coming out Friday to fill in the details. Check out the trailer inside.

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Love him or hate him, Quention Tarantino’s new movie finally hits theaters this weekend. Is it worth your time and money? Is it shit or is it shinola? (And what the hell is shinola?) Do I like it, love it, or loathe it? I can’t reveal the answer here, you have to read the review. But how about a little hint… it may just be Tarantino’s best movie yet. (And notice I didn’t say “since pulp Fiction.”)

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I braved the wilds of Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse in order to get pummeled Inglorious Basterds and 5 other fantastic, fireball-laden, violently satisfying films that left my blood-lust quenched and me questioning whether or not I’d lost my sanity before or after the marathon began.

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Joe Johnston worked on Raiders of the Lost Ark, directed The Rocketeer, and I have no idea if he’s connected at all to Saving Private Ryan, but it looks like he’ll be bringing that signature style to Captain America.

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tommy-wirkola

Tommy Wirkola sat down with us to talk about his much buzzed about Nazi zombie opus.

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deadsnow

One of the many very cool films premiering at Sundance Film Festival this month is a Norwegian genre flick called Dead Snow.

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When you think of Christmas, what comes to mind? Is it visions of sugar plums dancing in your head? Is it the thought of your favorite holiday movie being aired 57 times on television? Apparently for Hollywood, Nazis come to mind when they think of Christmas.

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Tom Cruise in Valkyrie

From production issues, legal troubles, and release date changes to the blind bashing against anything with Tom Cruise’s name attached to it… the buzz on Valkyrie has been non-existent. United Artists hopes to change that with the release of a new, action-packed and more stylized trailer.

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