Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things

When I was around 7 years old, my aunt and uncle were baby-sitting my sister and I… there was a late night horror movie playing on one of the local NY stations… I remember being very disturbed by the images…in the years since, I thought I had seen every zombie film ever made…yet never saw […]

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Cybergosh Divides Film Year 2006 Into Groups!

This year, I couldn’t deal with putting every little film in order… So what I’ve gone and done is broken each film down into groups, and within those groups I’ve listed them in no particular order. With that, here’s what I thought of 2006…..

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Lucas FINALLY Gives The Green Light With His Staff of Ra!

Indy IV May ’08. Check out Cinematical for the full story. And read the official story over at IndianaJones.com! And again, hope you all had a happy Life Day.

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Val Kilmer on board for Real Genius 2 ?!?!?

According to Virgin.net, Val Kilmer is returning to one of his early comedic roles for a sequel to 1985’s Real Genius. In the original Kilmer starred as Chris Knight, one of several young prodigies who discover their class project in lasers is actually a weapon to be used by the government. According to the story, […]

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Barking Dogs Never Bite

I had this DVD on my shelf for awhile and finally popped it in. Wanted to see it because Joon-ho Bong directed “Memories of Murder”..one of the best films to come out of Korea over the last five years. And recently he directed “The Host”, which is supposed to be an amazing horror/sci-fi film.

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Ending the Old Year with Something New

So something I’ve been playing with, now that I’ve got my head on straight, is photo galleries. Imagine a world where you could just dump photos in a location and they magically come to life, sized correctly and ready for public consumption? Wait no longer! Here’s the first stab attempt at creating dynamic galleries. I […]

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Crispin is Back!

Just when you thought it was safe to come back to Sundance, Crispin Hellion Glover returns with the second installment of a trilogy that began at Sundance 2005 with What Is It? Glover’s latest film is another mind-bending foray into unexplored cinematic territory that will challenge expectations and defy conventions.

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Silent Star Wars – The Music Video

Technically, this isn’t a silent retelling of the Star Wars saga as there are sequences out of order… yet I liked it enough, and it is Star Wars, to share:

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Alien 5 Squared – Part 1

Our friends at Probot Productions have made probably the greatest action figure film of all time. This is a must watch, and if you don’t have the patience, at least tune in for Part 2 and witness the mayhem that is unleashed on the toy version of Los Angeles.

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Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer Teaser Trailer

I am not a fan of the first Fantastic Four; I’d say the original Corman movie has more heart, though Jessica Alba is a lot more scrumptious. However, I do kind of like this teaser because it’s not your typical “insert tagline/hans zimmer score.” Instead, they’ve opted to show a mostly intact scene from Fantastic […]

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Dragons not big business

So Peter Jackson gears up on his Napoleonic Wars meets Smaug endeavor, the adaptation of the Temeraire series of books, but interestingly enough, dragons have never made for big box office. How sad. ;( Of the Top 6 Dragon-focused films, Dragonheart leads the charge with $51M, my favorite Reign of Fire at $43M, and the […]

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Another reason Pirates 3 will make a billion dollars

I don’t know who the dwarf in the middle is… I hope that’s Gore Verbinski, cause that’d be awesome.

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BergBits

Just a quick December update… Apocolypto = For a film i was on the verge of not seeing, fantastic fun and the best jungle action since Predator. The Good German = The GREAT German. Might very well be my favorite Soderbergh. Charlotte’s Web = Annoying. Awesome Elfman score can’t outshine dreadful julia and other abrasive […]

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Cybergosh Learns About Himself Through New Mamet Book

In his new Pantheon book, “Bambi vs. Godzilla: On the Nature, Purpose, and Practice of the Movie Business,” Mamet doesn’t mention many of Hollywood’s lower life forms by name – apparently wary of jeopardizing his movie career. But he does tell delightful tales of the town’s excess. “Asperger’s syndrome helped make the movies,” writes Mamet. […]

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Beowulf Bits…

IGN — Filmmaker Robert Zemeckis is bringing his live-action/CG adaptation of the classic Beowulf tale to the big screen in three dimensions. A story in today’s Hollywood Reporter reveals that Zemeckis is creating a version of his epic to be shown in Real D and other larger format 3-D theaters. The enhanced versions of the […]

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You Gotta Love That Crazy Cameron

James talks to IGN about Avatar… “Avatar is a very ambitious sci-fi movie,” said filmmaker James Cameron. “It’s a futuristic tale set on a planet 200 years hence. It’s an old-fashioned jungle adventure with an environmental conscience. It aspires to a mythic level of storytelling.”

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Cool ILM site

Check out THIS ILM site dedicated to the visual effects of Dead Man’s Chest.

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Joke of the Week: The Most Disgusting Joke Ever Told

Has he gone too far? This bit once got Thompson banned from Budapest.

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GRINDHOUSE trailer makes Cybergosh geek all over himself!!

I haven’t been made to feel this giddy from a trailer like THIS in a long time!

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Medlingkid’s Next Favorite Film

And quite possibly Anthonis’ as well. They’re big fans of high quality productions, and this one’s told entirely through the perspective of hidden surveillance cameras. I wish I had that set-up, then I’d catch that ratfuck landlord who stole my PSP. Check out the trailer: http://movies.aol.com/movie/alone-with-her/25992/trailer?ncid=AOLMOV00180000000003 Synopsis: Alone With Her is shot through the eyes […]

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