The Unborn

Is it possible to write a full article about the portrayal of bathrooms in cinema? Yes. Yes it is.

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We see them plastered in lobbies and wish we had them all on our walls. Pieces of art with the purpose of selling us on a movie. Here they are: the best movie posters of 2009.

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This week in the world of Blu-ray, we go to the Moon for all mankind, to the end of the Earth with Nic Cage, to the 1980s with Spike Lee and all the way back to the 60s with a group of Mad Men.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves digging through dumpsters for cans and bottles to recycle. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs.

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This Is Not a Battle Scene.

While he may have his moments of rage, resident Reject Robert is an honest man. So when trailers clearly misrepresent the content of the films they advertise, he predictably rages out.

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This weekend the surprise winner at the box office was Gran Torino, which made $29 million. And there is one reason, and one reason only why this movie made the money that it did: Clint Eastwood.

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Cinematic Creepy Children

There is nothing creepier than small children. Except clowns. Oh, crap, what if someone makes a horror film featuring child-clowns? We’d be screwed, but until that frightful day, these are the Ten Creepiest Children in Film.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil ring in the new year with the January release schedule, which includes weddings, evil children, Tyler Perry wannabes and old racist codgers.

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The Unborn opens with a dream sequence that includes a dog wearing a mask. And yes, the rest of the movie is just as funny. In fact, if you go into the movie expecting a comedy you’ll come out extremely satisfied. Just don’t expect anything resembling a competent horror film.

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The main question we face this weekend is whether the new romcom Bride Wars will carry the day at the box office, or whether the title will go to Gran Torino (expanding in wide release) or Marley and Me (which has been on top since Christmas).

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With Odette Yustman ready to burst her lungs in the upcoming horror flick The Unborn, we decided to spend some time thinking about all the horror hotties currently working. Like we really needed an excuse to do that.

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Looks like January is the month of Frights with 12 horror films being released, compared to an average of 2 in October? Well if you think our resident rage-aholic is okay with that, you’ve never read this column.

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Oddette Yustman may have come onto the scene a little late to be Charlie’s fourth angel, but based on what we’ve seen from her hotness in Cloverfield and the poster for David S. Goyer’s The Unborn, seeing her in a tight leather assassin outfit has just risen up my to-do list.

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While writer/director David S. Goyer is currently out there doing press for his upcoming film The Unborn, the talk of the town is still all about what he will do next.

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The new international poster for David Goyer’s upcoming ghost movie, The Unborn, has just been released at Empire Online, and it’s a stunner. By “it” I’m referring strictly and solely to star Odette Yustman’s ass.

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Odette Yustman in The Unborn

If you enjoy and follow genre films then you’ve most likely seen David Goyer’s work. The question is, will you enjoy his directorial work on The Unborn?

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