The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
While IMDb’s often accused of allowing its rating system to be swayed too easily by fanboys, Joker, the only release to feature from this decade, joins a distinguished top ten list, coming in at number nine at last count, alongside The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Pulp Fiction, The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, 12 Angry Men, Schindler’s List, Godfather I and II, and The Shawshank Redemption. The only other comic book movie on
Directed by Todd Phillips using a screenplay co-written with scott Silver, Joker presents an alternate origin story for Batman's arch-nemesis.
We are unsure if Pinder’s character and Kato’s will meet in the film, but Pinder’s character is one of the key roles throughout the G7 Universe. There’s also been rumors of possible Asian filming locations, but that has not been confirmed yet.
It has been 25 years since the release of one of King’s most popular, award winning television adaptations; The Stand, and to celebrate its upcoming Blu-ray release (out on the 7th October), as well as build some suspense in the run up to Halloween this month, we have decided on some of Stephen King’s most memorable works over the last four decades!
Stand by Me
Stand by Me (1986) is a classic drama, based on the 1982 novella ‘The Body’. Combined with nostalgia,
During the interview, both Sadler and Kove discussed what drew them into Vfw, the collaborative spirit they experienced on set, the joy of being able to share stories amongst their co-stars during production, and how much they enjoyed getting to kick some ass once again for Vfw.
So, what was the initial appeal coming into this project? Was it the script?
You are supposed to keep a lookout to see if you can see or hear anything. I will say, there are a ton of references to some of Stephen King’s popular stories including Stand By Me, Misery, Salem’s Lot, Maximum Overdrive, It, Needful Things, The Mist, Under The Dome, Pet Semetary, Sleeping Beauties, The Shawshank Redemption, 11/22/63, The Stand, The Dead Zone, and more!
For those of you who are familiar with King’s work, these references aren’t hard to catch. You just have to listen. This is actually a pretty cool promo and while it may seem boring for some, it’s exciting for the Stephen King fans like myself.
The trailer debuted during the movie's panel at New York Comic-Con and was promptly released online after. The footage, though not presented as a single shot, is excruciatingly tense and undeniably grand in scope. We get a strong sense of the story at play, which sees two soldiers being handed a very important mission that could save the lives of hundreds of men. During the panel, Sam Mendes
Robbins’ first directorial effort since 1999’s “Cradle Will Rock” finds him going back to jail in order to help extend that ethos into the real world. , “45 Seconds of Laughter” takes us inside the maximum-security fortress of Calipatria State Prison, where a few special members of Robbins’ theater company (The Actors’ Gang) lead a troupe of violent criminals in a commedia dell’arte workshop that’s meant to
Morgan will portray a writer whose last big adventure will very likely be death. Based in New York City’s Little Italy, he takes a sabbatical and travels with his family to Lucca, Italy in order to trace his ancestral roots and clean up the loose ends in his life.
Morgan will produce with Lori McCreary through their Revelations Entertainment alongside Greenaway’s longtime producing partner, Kees Kasander. “Lucca Mortis” is Kasander’s 15th film with Greenaway. The film is scheduled to begin shooting around March 2020.
Greenaway is one of Britain’s leading auteurs whose notable past works include “Prospero’s Books,” “The Cook, the Thief, His Wire & Her Lover,” “The Draughtsman’s Contract” and “Drowning by Numbers.”
“Morgan and I have been fans of Peter’s work for years and we feel
Watch the trailer in the video above.
The season stars Caplan as a younger version of Annie Wilkes, the character from the 1990 film “Misery,” which featured Bates as a former nurse and crazed fan of James Caan’s novelist character Paul Sheldon. In Season 2, a feud between warring clans comes to a boil when Wilkes gets waylaid in Castle Rock.
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Stephen King alum Tim Robbins (“The Shawshank Redemption”) will also star with Elsie Fisher, Yusra Warsama, Barkhad Abdi and Matthew Alan. Robbins will play Reginald “Pop” Merrill, who was featured in King’s 1990 novella “The Sun Dog.” The patriarch of Stephen King’s iconic crime family,
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Following its lukewarm release, the film received positive reviews from critics such as Roger Ebert and from The New York Times and The Hollywood Reporter. The Stephen King novella adaption was additionally nominated for seven Oscars, including best picture, and was rereleased in theaters, where it ...
I said in my review, “Written and directed by Chinonye Chukwu, Clemency is exceptionally narrow and precise in its focus, both in terms of the cold aesthetic and the stripped-down script. Shot by Eric Branco, the frame often captures its isolated characters in all their loneliness,
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