The new Tim Burton feature to debut this year is Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children based on the best-best selling novel of the same name by Ransom Riggs. The story revolves around a place where “peculiar” children can be themselves, or rather a place where they don’t have to hid from their peculiarities. The trailer does a pretty good job explaining so check it out here:
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AMC is doing its best to keep the dead walking this Halloween season.The October 4th season finale of The Walking Dead spin-off Fear the Walking Dead didn’t leave fans in the cold for long, Season 6 of the original series returned last Sunday, October 11.
While Fear had a slow start, as was promised by show runners, by the end of the brief 6 episode season our dysfunctional new “family” woke up from their LaLaLand stuper and should be ready to face the walker apocalypse head on next season
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Season five of The Walking Dead isn’t even cold in its grave and fans are already lamenting the wait until next fall.
Well, worry not, the dead will be walking west coast style this summer. AMC released this new teaser trailer during last night action filled season finale, taking some of the sting out of the season’s end.
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It’s finally official, Walking Dead fans; the dead will be walking bicoastally. Months after its initial announcement, AMC has picked up the spin-off, committing to two seasons. Much like the series it is spawned from, the first year will test the waters with only six episodes. The second season is slated for a 2016 release.
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David Fincher can do anything he wants in my opinion. If he wants to do Star Wars, let him do Star Wars. If he wants to tackle a full season of HBO television like True Detective, by all means do it. Fincher has this beautiful, yet blunt ability to dig deeper into a story and draw out every wonderful or excruciating detail and throw a spotlight on it. Okay, maybe more excruciating than anything, but his ability to present several angles fleshes out all this stories and makes them memorable at the very least. Gone Girl is no exception. This movie resonated with me for hours after I left the theater. This dark portrait on a marriage, first impressions and snap judgements in a media dominated society enthralled me for the two hours plus in the theater. While it may not ever hit that final gear in gripping the audience, you will walk out of the theater eager to discuss with your fellow moviegoers.
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