Red Dawn

This week, on a very special Reject Radio, Rob Hunter drops by to declare his love for the online community, to denounce sex slavery, and to deliver some truly gruesome films to sit through. Plus! Fantastic prizes offered to anyone who sits through all the movies we suggest. Bonus if you eat pudding while doing it.

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And it won’t be at one far away either. MGM’s troubles have affected a ton of movies so far, and Red Dawn is just the latest, and it might not be the last. Doesn’t anyone want to buy that damned roaring lion logo?

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Welcome back to Junkfood Cinema: now with zero Trans fat! It may not add inches to your waistline, but recent research indicates that reading this column can cause a layer of processed cheddar to coat your cerebrum.

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Can Momoa be our new Schwarzenegger? Can Nispel be our new John Milius?

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

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A new fan site just launched, and we here at Reject HQ are all seeing red.

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Latino Review has reported that screenwriter Tony Gilroy (Michael Clayton) will rewrite MGM/UA’s Red Dawn remake. Gilroy has penned the new screenplay to replace one written by Carl Ellsworth and Jeremy Passmore.

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Stuart Beattie looks to make his directorial debut with an Australian version of Red Dawn. Sort of.

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A new trailer for a thrilling invasion film from the folks at Funny or Die. And by “NSFW to the Max,” we mean that it has some dong in it.

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MGM moves forward with Red Dawn, Robocop Remakes

This may not all be brand new, but it is interesting. How do you feel about Darren Aronofsky directing a reboot of RoboCop? Yeah, we feel weird, too.

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Red Dawn

Add a few more classics to the giant remake bonfire.

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