IAB’s Shelf: Looking Deeper Within Your Shelf Vol.1

IAB takes a look at beyond the shelf and lists some of the best reasons to still own physical media.

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5Quadrant #2: What if Spielberg is Right?

#Podcast: Was Steven Spielberg correct with his gloomy predictions for the movie business?

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Indiana Jones 5 – Ford/Spielberg/Lucas/Williams (2019)

Speculations about and hopes for the next Indiana Jones movie.

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JAWS(1975) The Greatest Drinking Blockbuster Ever (PART II)
The first part of this bucket of chopped up bait fish is here. Alcohol has given me a few nights when my memory was about as clear as a politician’s during a debate. That damned, delicious Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey can make you forget what planet you are on.... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 24: Stargate, David Brent, Guardians 2, Fast 8, Alien: Covenant, Beverly Hills Cop 4, Rob Zombie’s 31, South Park, Moana…

New “Stargate”-films in development, “Guardians 2” wraps filming, Helen Mirren joins “Fast 8”, trailers for Rob Zombie’s “31”, “Moana”, “Pete’s Dragon”, next “South Park”-videogame and the return of David Brent, details on “Sicario” threequel and “Oceans 11”-spinoff, Shane Black gears up to film “The Predator” in the fall, spit-take of the week and more.

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JAWS(1975) The Greatest Drinking Blockbuster Ever.  PART I
  Steven Spielberg’s  Jaws is my favorite movie. I have easily seen it five hundred times, maybe more if you add in the countless late night drunk viewings. It even helped me get laid a few times. As my friend, a reckless Lothario , once told me “Chicks dig... Read more
Spinning Saturday Headlines – Week 20: Star Trek Beyond, Thor: Ragnarok, Napoleon, The Dark Tower, Fast 8, TMNT 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming…

“Star Trek Beyond” full trailer, “Thor: Ragnarok” cast announced, Kubrick’s “Napoleon” to be helmed for HBO by Cary Fukunaga, did Stephen King just drop a massive “The Dark Tower”-spoiler? First pic of Charize Theron in “Fast 8”, Michael Keaton on/off/on “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “The Purge: Election Year”-trailer, TMNT2 trailer, spit-take of the week and more.

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Imaginarium 63: The Death of Movie Theaters
Scott and Todd diagnose the health of movie theaters this week, and ponder if they’re dying out. With the advent of streaming, Blu Rays, et, are theaters on their last legs? The guys have some definite opinions on this. Along the way they talk about social media and  isolation,... Read more
Spielberg & Ford reunite for another “Indiana Jones”

Aiming for a 2019 premiere.

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The BFG Official Teaser #1 (Trailer Review)

Disney has released the first teaser trailer for Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG”! Click the link to see what we thought of it.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 49: Batman, Indiana Jones, Han Solo, Tarantino, Friday the 13th and Deadpool

Telltale Games goes to Gotham City, Spielberg does not recast Indiana Jones, “Friday the 13th”-reboot gains writer/loses director, Tarantino might adapt more Elmore Leonard, “Game of Thrones” gets teased, Downey jr. speaks “Civil War”, Deadpool gets a new poster, spit-take of the week and more.

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Asi’s List of Little Known, Must See Movies
Hello, AsimovLives here. For me, to be a movie geek is to be more than a passive consumer of movies and their related merchandise. To be a movie geek is to be a custodian of cinema. And few things give me more pleasure as a film geek as to communicate... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 45, 2015

“Twin Peaks” officially delayed to 2017, Walter Hill’s next movie news, DC film plans, Arnold’s next project, X-Men Apocalypse tidbits, Bryan Fuller’s busy schedule, His Dark Materials going to BBC, RIP George Barris and ANOTHER Sony-related spit-take of the week…

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Ready Player One (2017): Shock! Spielberg is cutting himself…

Unexpected news regarding the bestseller-adaptation.

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Alien and Fatherhood
Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece, Alien What’s it about? Space truck drivers have relayed to a remote mining colony and are returning to earth; large bladders on the underside of the Nostromo are pregnant with ore like a cow’s utters. The conglomerated, highly diversified (bio-weapons too), corporation that funded their trip employs a vaguely agricultural symbol for... Read more
New trailer for Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies (2015)

Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and the Coen Bros. walk on a “Bridge of Spies” (2015).

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Spinning Headlines – Week 36, 2015

“Spectre”-poster, Marvel’s civil war, Cary Fukunaga elaborates departure from “IT”, “Penny Dreadful” season 3 new charcters, “Under The Dome” cancelled, “Jack Reacher 2” release date and the spit-take of the week.

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DreamWorks looking for a happier place on earth
The distribution deal DreamWorks has had with Disney is set to expire August 2016 and Spielberg is reportedly looking for a new studio. Obviously, it’s being said the Universal would be the most likely candidate with Paramount sitting at the intersection of No and Chance. There’s nothing being said... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 32, 2015

“Prison Break” returns, “Hannibal” woes, Sony’s upcoming menu, Universal’s great year, more “Game of Thrones” casting, Trailers for “Deadpool” and Scorsese’s new HBO show, “Ready Player One” release date, a “Dungeons & Dragons”-movie being developed again and MULTIPLE spit-takes.

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A.I.  Artificial Intelligence (2001): Artificial Emotions by Steven Spielbot

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) gets a lot of favourable reevaluations recently. Time for an unfavourable one.

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Jurassic World (2015) Movie Review

“Jurassic World” is neither as groundbreaking or intensively suspenseful as the movie it pays tribute to, but it still has more than enough spectacle and dinosaur action to make for a perfect summer blockbuster. The CGI is efficient, the score is breathtaking, and despite a few plot holes and expendable story lines, it delivers on the promise of high-scale popcorn entertainment, while even being a little philosophical in the process.” – Mathias Folsted.

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IAB’S Shelf – “Used Cars” (1980)

Digging through his shelf, IAB takes a re-watch of a genuine comedy classic, Robert Zemeckis’ “Used Cars”.

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Breaking Headlines: “Jurassic World” had a pretty good weekend

UPDATED!!!! “Jurassic World” just got all the money in the world.

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Glorious Year 1990: “Arachnophobia”

This time on the “Glorious Year 1990” – IAB re-watches “Arachnophobia”, and finds more in it than he even realized before.

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Caption Contest 216 – Jurassic Park (1993)

Don’t wait another 65 Mio years and join the Caption Contest now! You can win a $50 Amazon gift card!

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Caption Contest 198 – The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

You can win a $50 Amazon gift card by captioning this pic (more under the link). Spared no expense!

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Spinning Headlines – Week 12, 2015

This weeks “Spinning Headlines” just wants your gasoline, you can leave freely

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Caption Contest 132 – Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Participate in the Caption Contest and maybe win a $50 Amazon gift card at the end of the month!

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Shut Up Kids #41: The Troll King and Guilty Pleasures
Airdate: 26-May-2014 In this episode, Dan and Nick are joined by The Troll King (Jack Bruns) to talk about his book “Torn Lace,” Internet trolling and guilty pleasures. In the Best of the Week segment, they talk about the Coens and Spielberg, the new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer,... Read more
Shut Up Kids #30: Blue Velvet (1986)
Airdate: 9-March-2014 In this episode, the guys discuss the rumors of Steven Spielberg directing West Side Story, the 4-minute clip of Captain America: Winter Soldier, the petition to get Hammer Films on Blu-Ray, the Kickstarter for Enemy of Man and more in the Best of the Week segment before... Read more