Spinning Headlines – Week 20: Twin Peaks, Weekend Box Office, Jordan Peele, Dark Universe/The Mummy, Okja, Arnold, Blade of the Immortal, Venom, Star Trek: Discovery…

Weekend Box Office, news about Jordan Peele’s next movie, Universal officially announces “Dark Universe”, “Resident Evil” getting a quick reboot, Trailers for “The Mummy”, “Okja”, “Blade of the Immortal”, “Star Trek: Discovery” and “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance”. Arnold talks a lot, Tom Hardy is Venom, “Game of Thrones” Season 7 stills released by HBO, spit-take of the week and more…

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Glorious Year 1990: “Darkman”

Time for another look at the film-year 1990. And this time it’s Sam Raimi’s “Darkman”.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 47: Weekend Box Office, Wes Anderson, Anne Rice, Goon 2, Trainspotting 2, Silence, Mortal Engines…

Weekend box office, trailers for Martin Scorsese’s “Silence”, Trainspotting 2 and Goon 2. 20th Century Fox release date shuffles, Anne Rice gets back the Vampire Chronicles rights, Disney/Lucasfilm’s plans for Star Wars beyond 2019, Mortal Engines has a relase date & director, spit-take of the week and more.

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Jason Bourne (2016): Bourne 4 Revenge

“…in the end it’s a storywise unnecessary sequel, but as a stand-alone spy action thriller it’s a well-directed, tightly edited, entertaining film…”

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Spinning Headlines – Week 44: Weekend Box Office, Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Predator, Wonder Woman, Trainspotting 2, Justice League, Voltron, LEGO Batman…

This weeks non-materialistic news-setting has the weekend box office, trailers for “Trainspotting 2″, Wonder Woman” and “xXx 3”. A composer gets hired for “Spider-man: Homecoming”, Shane Black fixes faulty reporting on “The Predator”, Joe Carnahan spills details about “Bad Boys 3”, “Justice League” villain actor revealed, spit-take of the week and more.

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The ‘burbs (1989) – Joe Dante’s best & still relevant to this day

“It really hasn’t aged at all, it’s a perfect mix of thriller and comedy, with some very clever satire on the ingrown living habitats and their effect on people – and it has something very poignant to say about the human nature even now.”

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