The Dark Tower

Before going through the ups and downs with this review, here’s a history lesson on the troubled 10 year gap production on Stephen King’s film adaptation of The Dark Tower. It all started in 2007, J.J. Abrams was hired to produce and direct the picture after bidding the films rights to King for just $19 […]

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Maximum Overdrive

To direct your first full length feature film, you must immerse yourself into the cinematic world of storytelling by going to film school or educate yourself by watching lots of movies or take a bunch of notes. You know what Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, and Paul Thomas Anderson have in common? They didn’t go to […]

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The Shining

Groundbreaking director, Stanley Kubrick, (2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket) released a film called “Barry Lyndon,” but at the time of its release, critics disliked it and it was a box office disappointment. Today, Barry Lyndon is now considered one of Kubrick’s best films. Desparate to earn positive appeal to the […]

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Carrie (1976)

Let’s look back at the very first film adaptation based on the works of Stephen King. Carrie is the one that cemented King’s reputation as an author and was also the novel that brought him attention to Hollywood by adapting the book into a feature full length motion picture. Carrie was released in 1976, it […]

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The Mummy (2017)

In response to the critical & box office success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, major Hollywood studios are attempting to replicate the success of the Marvel movies. The following studios including Warner Bros. Pictures began to plant their own seeds on featuring characters from D.C. Comics along with another separate one called MonsterVerse depicting Kaiju […]

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