Pirate radio


This Week in Blu-ray, I’m late. Only a day, but late nonetheless. I suppose it has something to do with Kick-Ass Week here on FSR, but that’s no excuse. You need your fill of what’s happening in the ultra-crisp world of high definition home entertainment. Luckily this week is a slow week, with very few titles that have been deemed worthy of your attention.



Avatar comes out next week. Any guess as to what my recommendation will be? As for this week it’s pretty slim pickings, but there a re a handful of new movies worth a rental including ones featuring Woody Harrelson as a homemade superhero, Russell Crowe as an aging detective from Buffalo, and a boat filled with rock n roll DJ’s getting high and getting laid. And all of them are better than Avatar.



This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we avoid getting hit by a volcano. By. That. Much.



Kevin and Neil meet up in the Magical Studio in the Sky for an epic show about the end of the world. They gush (sort of) over Roland Emmerich’s movies and dance a jig around how awesome Fantastic Mr. Fox is.



Well, the end of the world is coming to a theater near you this weekend, and that will be the main focus here at the Reject Report. Yes, the long-awaited disaster epic 2012 is finally upon us and it is sure to be one big hit.



Pirate Radio is a perfectly balanced comedy with a brilliant cast. Hard to believe it’s only Richard Curtis’s second film as director.



We’re back on the gravy train, headed for a freesville, baby. That’s right, FSR’s elite team of covert operatives have returned with more sweet swag to give away to our most prized readers.



Hello again movie fans! You may have noticed that there was no Movie Watcher’s Guide to October. There are several completely legitimate reasons for this, but instead of boring you with details please allow me to give a quick recap of the month’s box-office releases… The Invention of Lying, Whip It, Amelia, Astro Boy, Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant, and Saw VI all pretty much bombed, while Zombieland, Couples Retreat, Law Abiding Citizen, Where the Wild Things Are, and Paranormal Activity all did fair to brisk business. There, now you’re caught up through October. On to November! November 6th The Box Who did it? Directed and written by Richard Kelly; starring Cameron Diaz, James Marsden, Frank Langella What is it? A young couple receives a mysterious box containing only a button and a note. Press the button and two things will happen… one, they’ll receive $1 million dollars, and two, someone in the world will die. Will they press the button? Duh… What about it? Kelly has taken a classic short story by Richard Matheson (“Button, Button”), which was previously made into an episode of “The Twilight Zone,” and turned it into a movie. It’s not always a wise move to stretch something from a much shorter medium to a feature film, and early reviews (like the one at Gone Elsewhere) have been fair to meh about it which doesn’t bode too well for the movie. Or for Kelly… who some are starting to suspect was nothing but lucky with his debut film, Donnie Darko. Watch […]

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