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Title:Film Junk Blog and Podcast
Description:Movie news and reviews with a sarcastic edge.
Keywords:film, junk, movie, blog, podcast, mp3, dvd, news, reviews, hollywood, gossip, trailer, cinema, junkie, media, documentary, independent, culture, games, tv
Film Junk Blog and Podcast
Game Junk Podcast Episode #19: Titanfall, Infamous: Second Son and South Park: T...
We talk Titanfall and plenty of other next gen releases plus Oculus / Project Morpheus news and more!
Film Junk Podcast Episode #462: Joe and Snowpiercer
We review Joe and Snowpiercer plus we discuss the Gone Girl trailer, Draft Day and the possibility of VR movies.
Film Junk Premium Podcast #28: The Films of M. Night Shyamalan
We revisit the supernatural films of M. Night Shyamalan from The Sixth Sense to The Happening to see where it all went wrong.
Film Junk Podcast Episode #461: Captain America: The Winter Soldier
We infiltrate Captain America: The Winter Soldier and discuss the Lucy trailer plus Colossus: The Forbin Project, Girls finale.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review
Another strong Marvel entry that sets itself apart with an intriguing conspiracy plot and fairly grounded action.
The Movie Review Show #9: June 23rd, 1991 #8211; Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
A lost episode of the earliest incarnation of Film Junk, recently discovered on cassette tape and transferred to MP3.
Looks Like Quentin Tarantino Hasn #8217;t Scrapped The Hateful Eight After All
Posted by Sean on April 21st, 2014 Filed under: Rumours, Western
It #8217;s been a few months now since the script for Quentin Tarantino #8217;s next film The Hateful Eight leaked online, prompting Tarantino to take legal action and put the project on hold indefinitely. Since then, it seems that the story has remained close to his heart and he may be having second thoughts about shelving it. Over the weekend, the Ace Hotel in L.A. held a live reading of the film #8217;s script with Tarantino himself on stage essentially directing his dream cast. While he did not announce anything official with regards to making the movie, he did reveal that he is currently working on a third draft of the script. Does this mean we #8217;ll be seeing The Hateful Eight on screen sooner rather than later?
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Sinister 2 Gets a Director
Posted by Sean on April 21st, 2014 Filed under: Horror
A little over a year ago, we learned that Blumhouse Productions was moving forward with a sequel to the 2012 low budget horror hit Sinister. The original film made almost $80 million worldwide on a minimal $3 million budget and the thinking was that they could easily turn this into a franchise like Paranormal Activity and Insidious. At the time, director Scott Derrickson and writer C. Robert Cargill were in the process of writing the script but it was unclear if Derrickson would return to direct. Now this week we can confirm that he will not be directing and instead he will pass the baton to Irish filmmaker Ciaran Foy (Citadel). Here #8217;s what Derrickson had to say about Foy #8217;s work:
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Monday Morning Box Office Report: Captain America Still Unbeatable, Transcendence Tanks
Posted by Sean on April 21st, 2014 Filed under: Box Office
As expected, Marvel #8217;s Captain America: The Winter Soldier remained in full control of the box office over Easter weekend as the movie earned $26 million in its third weekend and is now approaching $600 million worldwide. It should still have one more weekend of dominance before the summer blockbusters take over. Rio 2 remained in second place with another solid performance although it just barely edged out the religious film Heaven is for Real, which had a surprisingly strong debut. Unfortunately, the same can #8217;t be said for Wally Pfister #8217;s directorial debut, Transcendence, which crashed and burned, earning just $11 million on a $100 million budget. Is Johnny Depp #8217;s star power fading or is he just making bad career decisions? A Haunted House 2 rounded out the top 5.
1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier #8212; $26.6M
2. Rio 2 #8212; $22.5M
3. Heaven Is for Real #8212; $21.5M
4. Transcendence #8212; $11.2M
5. A Haunted House 2 #8212; $9.1M
6. Draft Day #8212; $5.9M
7. Divergent #8212; $5.8M
8. Oculus #8212; $5.2M
9. Noah #8212; $5M
10. God #8217;s Not Dead #8212; $4.8M
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Game Junk Podcast Episode #19: Titanfall, Infamous: Second Son and South Park: The Stick of Truth
Posted by Sean on April 20th, 2014 Filed under: Featured, Game Junk
0:00 鈥 Intro
7:30 鈥 News: Facebook Acquires Oculus VR, Sony Unveils Project Morpheus, Unreal and Crytek Engines Go Cheap, Irrational Games Shutting Down, Video Game Prices Increase in Canada
47:00 鈥 Games We Played: Titanfall, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, Ryse: Son of Rome, Peggle 2, Towerfall Ascension, Outlast, Infamous: Second Son, Bioshock Infinite, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Lone Survivor, Thomas Was Alone, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Broken Age: Part 1, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Skylanders Swap Force, Onimusha 3: Demon Siege, College Hoops 2K8, Lego Marvel Superheroes, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Jazzpunk, Strider, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Tearaway, Rayman Legends, South Park: The Stick of Truth
2:42:25 鈥 Upcoming Releases
2:44:40 鈥 Outro
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FYI: No Film Junk Podcast This Week
Posted by Sean on April 20th, 2014 Filed under: Site News
Happy Easter folks! Due to some unfortunate scheduling issues, we will not be recording a new episode of the Film Junk Podcast this week. Since we don #8217;t skip a show very often, I thought it would be best to give everyone a heads up. The good news is that there will be a new Game Junk podcast up shortly and also possibly a new Ball Junk coming later this week. In the meantime, chow down on some chocolate and check out a re-run or a premium, and we #8217;ll be back before you know it. We #8217;re going to do our best to review both Transcendence and The Raid 2 next week so you #8217;ve got that to look forward to.
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Clint Eastwood #8217;s Jersey Boys Trailer
Posted by Sean on April 18th, 2014 Filed under: Drama, Music, Trailers
Although Clint Eastwood #8217;s directorial output has seemingly been on the decline for the past little while, Jersey Boys looks like an interesting project that could put him back on track. He might seem like a strange choice to direct a musical, but this is a rags to riches period piece that also happens to involve the mob. Plus, to be fair, Eastwood did previously star in at least one musical himself: the 1969 western Paint Your Wagon.
Based on the popular Broadway musical, Jersey Boys tells the true story of Frankie Valli and the #8217;60s doo-wop group the Four Seasons. While the cast is made up of mostly unknowns, Christopher Walken turns up as the notorious loan shark Angelo #8220;Gyp #8221; DeCarlo. Could this end up being a surprise summer hit? Jersey Boys hits theatres on June 20th; check out the first trailer after the jump and let us know what you think.
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New to Theatres This Weekend: Transcendence, Bears, A Haunted House 2
Posted by Sean on April 18th, 2014 Filed under: New Releases
The stage is set for another battle between Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Rio 2 at the box office over Easter weekend as most of this week #8217;s new releases are looking pretty lacklustre. Christopher Nolan #8217;s long-time cinematographer Wally Pfister makes his directorial debut with the sci-fi thriller Transcendence, which unfortunately looks to be the latest in a string of Johnny Depp flops. Marlon Wayans returns for his latest horror spoof A Haunted House 2, while Disney offers up their latest Disneynature documentary Bears narrated by John C. Reilly. In select theatres, we also have John Turturro #8217;s Fading Gigolo starring Woody Allen, low budget thriller 13 Sins from the director of The Last Exorcism, and of course the world #8217;s first penis museum documentary The Final Member. What will you be watching this weekend?
A Haunted House 2
Heaven is for Real
Make Your Move (limited)
13 Sins (limited)
The Final Member (limited)
Fading Gigolo (limited)
Antboy (limited)
Tasting Menu (limited)
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The Rover Trailer #2
Posted by Sean on April 17th, 2014 Filed under: Drama, Thriller, Trailers
Earlier this week Animal Kingdom director David Michod signed on to make his first major Hollywood film: The Operators starring Brad Pitt. It #8217;s pretty clear that he #8217;s currently getting offered plenty of big opportunities, but before he starts production on that project his second feature film will be premiering at Cannes next month. The Rover is another gritty thriller set in Australia, although this one has a decidedly post-apocalyptic vibe.
The movie stars Guy Pearce as a guy determined to track down his stolen car from a gang of thieves with the help of a wounded man left for dead (Robert Pattinson). It takes place ten years after some sort of societal collapse, although the details on that are still murky. Nevertheless, it looks pretty grim and moody, and it looks pretty reminiscent of The Road which is fine by me. The Rover hits select theatres on June 13th before going nationwide on June 20th; check out the new trailer after the jump and see what you think.
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Will Have a Post-Credit Teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past
Posted by Sean on April 17th, 2014 Filed under: Action, Books/Comics
With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hitting theatres in the U.K. this weekend, there was an intriguing report from Empire yesterday indicating that the movie came with a post-credit teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past. Although the teaser itself did not explicitly reveal any sort of crossover between the two franchises, it still seemed like a pretty big deal considering that Spider-Man is owned by Sony and X-Men is owned by Fox. Why would Sony #8217;s biggest summer release be carrying a special advertisement for a Fox movie? Could the two studios finally be joining forces in order to fight a common enemy, the unstoppable machine known as Marvel? As it turns out, the truth isn #8217;t quite so exciting, but that won #8217;t stop fans from dreaming about what could be.
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Eli Roth #8217;s The Green Inferno Trailer
Posted by Sean on April 17th, 2014 Filed under: Horror, Trailers
Midnight Madness attendees at TIFF last year were somewhat divided over Eli Roth #8217;s triumphant return to the director #8217;s chair, The Green Inferno. The movie pays tribute to the Italian cannibal films of the #8217;70s and #8217;80s, and although it is gleefully gruesome, it also has some strange tonal shifts and lacks the grainy realism of the movies that it seeks to emulate. This week the first trailer for the movie has debuted online and it seems to be marketing it solely as a terrifying experience with no traces of the dark humour that it also contains.
The Green Inferno finds Roth reteaming with some of the folks he worked with on the Chilean Earthquake thriller Aftershock, which is a fair indication of what to expect here. Clearly they share many of the same sensibilities, as they are also working on The Green Inferno sequel in addition to Roth #8217;s next film, Knock Knock. The Green Inferno hits select theatres on Sept. 5th; check out the trailer after the jump and see what you think.
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Mrs. Doubtfire Sequel in the Works
Posted by Sean on April 17th, 2014 Filed under: Comedy
Throughout the late #8217;80s and early #8217;90s, Robin Williams carved out a pretty successful career for himself on the big screen with an impressive mix of box office hits and critical favourites. At the time, there was one movie in his filmography that stood out above all others as his most successful by far: Mrs. Doubtfire. The movie made $441 million worldwide back in 1993 and was second only to Jurassic Park in the U.S. that year. Nowadays, that kind of money almost certainly guarantees a sequel, but it would appear that Fox missed the boat on that front. Or did they? This week we are hearing that Fox is in the process of setting up a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire over 20 years after the fact, and as luck would have it, Robin Williams doesn #8217;t have anything better to do. What could possibly go wrong?
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The Hobbit: There and Back Again Possibly Getting a New Title
Posted by Sean on April 16th, 2014 Filed under: Action, Books/Comics, Fantasy, Rumours
When it was first announced that Peter Jackson was going to be turning The Hobbit into a trilogy, there were plenty of fans who worried that it would be spreading the story too thin. Most of the reviews for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey seemed to confirm that this was a problem, but that didn #8217;t stop the movie from making over $1 billion worldwide. By the time the second movie hit theatres, however, the excitement surrounding Peter Jackson #8217;s return to Middle Earth had subsided somewhat and the movie made considerably less than the first. It was still a huge blockbuster by all accounts, but it left Warner Brothers and New Line more than a little concerned about the final installment. So concerned, in fact, that they are now said to be contemplating a title change. By the time the third film arrives in theatres, it may no longer be called The Hobbit: There and Back Again.
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