Genre for the Weekend: Horror

The Locker“: Emily is a typical twenty-something with one glaring difference, the line between reality and imagination has drastically begun to blur. Constant paranoia and the feeling of being followed has caused her to become institutionalized. Now she finds herself trapped between what is real and what may be real as her doctors tell her one thing and her mind tells her another. You never know who is watching you.

Zombie Undead“: A terrorist detonates a dirty bomb in the heart of a densely-populated city, unleashing a gruesome zombie plague that spreads like wildfire. Sarah’s father would die if she didn’t get him to a hospital fast.

 

 

 

Occupant“: 25 year old Danny Hill’s grandmother just died giving Danny the chance to move into her enormous rent controlled apartment in Manhattan. Danny must lock himself in for twelve days before he can take over the lease. There’s just one problem — he may not be the only occupant.

 

‘Fifty Shades’ Lead Roles Announced

The producers of the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie have finally revealed the lead roles for the highly anticipated film.

Dakota Johnson will play Anastasia Steele in the movie, alongside co-star Charlie Hunnam who will play Christian Grey.

Author E.L. James revealed the news via Twitter on Monday through a series of tweets. The first of the annoucements said, ”I am delighted to let you know that the lovely Dakota Johnson has agreed to be our Anastasia in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey.”

All three books within the series will be converted to films, and will be created by Universal Pictures. The first movie will be due out in August 2014.

A ‘Sandlot’ Reunion

The boys of ‘Sandlot’ reunited this week in celebration of the film’s 20th Anniversary. The gang from the original film hit the Salt Lake City filming location this past weekend to commemorate where a large portion of the movie was filmed.

Check out the Instagram photo below:

 

‘Sleepless in Seattle’ Turns 20

The Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks classic has officially turned 20! In honor of the film’s anniversary, here are some fun facts about the classic romantic comedy:

  • The film was at the time the highest grossing romantic comedy with $126 million in ticket sales
  • It was director Nora Ephron’s second project
  • The bearded man sitting next to Jonah on the flight to New York is also seen sitting two seats away from Sam when he flies to New York chasing Jonah. The same guy is on two different planes at the same time.
  • In the dinner scene between Sam and Suzy, the amount of wine in the glass changes several times
  • The cameraman can be seen in one of the scenes shot in front of a store window

If You Like ‘Fly Away Home,’ Then Watch ‘Bird Can’t Fly’

Melody (Hershey) returns home to Fairlands for the funeral of her estranged daughter June. But the town has almost disappeared under the encroaching desert. She also has to confront the fact that she has a 10 year-old grandson, River, whose existence she knew nothing about prior.

Melody decides to take River away with her but he is resistant. He has worked out an ambitious plan to survive, by breeding the ostriches he and his mother used to feed. His father, Scoop, an idle musician and the town’s postman, wants her to leave because he has a secret to hide.

A series of confrontations ensues until Melody discovers the truth. It’s only when a sandstorm forces Melody and River to take shelter together, that Melody faces some painful facts from her past, which allows both of them to reach an understanding and to begin a new future together..

Date Night Pick of the Week: “Friends and Lovers”

Ian and his friends are having a typical week when his estranged father calls to invite him and the group to spend a weekend in the mountains.
Urged by his friends, he reluctantly agrees and they all set out for several days of wicked fun, surprising sexual heat, and unrestrained mischief. Catch all the action in this hilarious comedy in which heightened emotions and sensuous energy blur the lines between friends and lovers.

Date Night Pick of the Week: “Ghost Photos”

We are going scary for our Date Night Pick of the Week this time around. Grab your date, and hold on to your popcorn, because this movie is sure to make you both scream!

Zombies. You know ‘em, you love ‘em. But what do they think of you? In this hilarious twist on the Classic Zombie Tale, we see the world through Zombie eyes when a barrel full of Toxic Goo transforms four friends in to the Walking Dead, and suddenly, it seems every one else has gone mad.

In the most unique Zombie story in years, the Zombies embark on a bumbling quest to find the “Truth”, completely unaware of their rotting undeadness. After all, Zombies are people too.

If You’re a Scary Movie Fanatic, Then ‘Occupant’ is for You

25 year old Danny Hill’s grandmother just died giving Danny the chance to move into her enormous rent controlled apartment in Manhattan.

Danny must lock himself in for twelve days before he can take over the lease. There’s just one problem — he may not be the only occupant.

Embark on this scary journey, as this movie sends you down creepy hallways and into abandoned rooms. You will be on the edge of your seat the entire time, so hold on to your popcorn!

From ‘Django’ to ‘Annie’

Jamie Foxx recently made a stunning appearance in ‘Django Unchained’ alongside his all-star cast. The actor announced today that he will be going in a slightly different direction for the remake of ‘Annie.’

Jamie Foxx will play Daddy Warbucks in the film which is directed by Will Smith. Rumors surfaced earlier in the month stating that Justin Timberlake was taking on the role, however, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Foxx is a more likely candidate. With Jay-Z also aboard the ‘Annie’ train, the film is looking like a major release for this year’s holiday season.

 

 

Latest ‘Gatsby’ TV Spot

The latest TV spot for “The Great Gatsby” has finally been released by Warner Bros. The short clip features Leonardo DiCaprio as Gatsby, reciting the infamous quote: ”I knew it was a great mistake for a man like me to fall in love.”

The film hits theaters May 10 and each spot continues to build the anticipation for the movie rendition of Fitzgerald’s classic book.

Check out the fourth spot for ‘Gatsby’ below: