The Star Wars Holiday Special

In 1977, “Star Wars” became a groundbreaking national phenomenon forever changing cinema for its special effects, epic storytelling, memorable characters and labeled as one of the most quotable movies of all time. Star Wars spawned a multi billion dollar franchise we’re familiar with merchandise, television shows, follow ups, action figures among many other subjects interconnected. […]

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Halloween (2007)

After “Halloween: Resurrection” was critically panned, Dimension Films recruited musician/filmmaker Rob Zombie (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects) to write, co-produce and direct a part prequel part remake of John Carpenter’s “Halloween” (Rob is also a fan of the original) exploring the origins of Michael Myers’ childhood before his killing spree commenced. Rob reluctantly […]

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Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

After John Carpenter’s original Halloween movie earned positive reviews and made a lot of money at the box office, countless sequels failed to recapture lightning in a bottle as the first entry ranging from Halloween II (not Rob Zombie’s follow up to his remake) to Rob Zombie’s remake and its follow up as each one […]

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Superman III

After the successful release of Superman II, father & son producers Alexander & Ilya Salkind, decided to develop a third installment with Ilya writing a blueprint to the script about Superman going head to head with a space android named, Brainiac, who’s one of Superman’s main opponents from the comics. Another important character in the […]

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