John Dies At The End Anti-Piracy Trailer
]Watch The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Online[/url][/b]. Movie piracy can have some pretty harsh consequences. Over the last decade studios and government organizations have been diligently working to try and end the illegal activity, so when they actually do catch somebody they typically bring the hammer down extremely hard, suing people for ridiculous amounts of money. But if you try and pirate a copy of the new horror comedy John Dies At The End you're apparently not just risking your bank account - you're risking your life. Magnolia Pictures has released a new "Anti-Piracy Trailer" for the new movie and in the spot they warn that anybody who tries to illegally download the movie could meet with a very, very unpleasant end. Watch it below!
]Watch Life of Pi Online[/url][/b]. Directed by Don Coscarelli (Bubba Ho-Tep) and based on the novel by David Wong (senior editor at Cracked.com), John Dies At The End tells the horrifying story of two college dropouts work to stop the spread of a new street drug called Soy Sauce, which has the power to send users across time and space. The problem, however, is that when some of them come back they aren't entirely human anymore.The film stars Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Paul Giamatti, Clancy Brown and Doug Jones and has gotten some mixed reviews while doing its film festival tour at places like Sundance and Toronto. Look for it in theaters on January 25th and you can find it on VOD and iTunes now.
]Watch The Hobbit Online[/url][/b]. We are now just a few hours away from 2013, but we’re not entirely done celebrating the great year in cinematic history that was 2012 just yet. For the last two weeks we have been applauding the best work of the year, from our individual critical top 10s to lists of our favorite action scenes, on-screen couples, facial hair statements, lines of dialogue, breakthrough performances and much more. And now it’s time to celebrate those very special moments of 2012 when cinema and music fell into perfect harmony.
]Watch The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Online[/url][/b]. Just as I’ve done for the last three years, I have traced back through all of the films that I’ve seen this year and brought together the Top 10 Best Movie Music Moments of 2012. Last year’s big winners include amazing titles like Drive, The Muppets, Moneyball and X-Men: First Class, but what will make the cut this year? Find out below! A big reason why director Sam Mendes’ Skyfall works so well is because of how it pays loving tribute to the legacy of the James Bond character (while deconstructing it at the same time). In the movie we see 007 get his Walther PPK, ride around it in super spy-ready silver Aston Martin, visit exotic locales, sleep with strange women…really, this list could go on.
]Watch Django Unchained Online[/url][/b]. But a truly great Bond film is nothing out with a truly great title theme, and Adele helped deliver just that. After two straight films with more modern themes (Chris Cornell’s “You Know My Name” for Casino Royale and Jack White & Alicia Keys’ “Another Way To Die” for Quantum of Solace), Mendes wanted to make his audiences remember the great work that Dame Shirley Bassey did for the franchise and Adele’s track fits the bill in every way. Beyond its stirring sound, filled with beautiful strings, horns and a wonderful lone piano, the song becomes more amazing once the secret behind the film’s coded title is revealed, with theme’s relating to the relationship between Bond (Daniel Craig) and M (Dame Judi Dench) and the battle with Silva (Javier Bardem), as well as a premonition about the third act. Without question one of the best Bond themes of all time. With January approaching, we have the return of our favorite series to look forward to, and for Modern Family, there are some big moments coming up. Just last week we shared the "Baby is Due" promo, which focused on Gloria and Jay's baby, which is expected to arrive at some point in January. At that time, we also posted some photos of Billy Dee Williams' guest appearance. The video below shows Williams as he introduces himself to Gloria. I don't think she knows who he is.
In Silver Linings Playbook the lead character is Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) is psychiatrist-diagnosed with bipolar disorder and throughout the film is subjects to moments of what paranoid delusions brought on by stress and manic episodes in between times of normality and peacefulness. With that in mind writer/director David O. Russell couldn’t have chosen a more appropriate song to use in the scene where Pat frantically searching for his wedding tape at three o’clock in the morning. The magic in Led Zeppelin’s “What Is And What Should Never Be” is in its constantly changing tones. As Pat gets more and more panicked, scaring his parents, waking up all of his neighbors and getting the attention of the police, Robert Plant’s vocals and Jimmy Page’s guitar alternately speed up and slow down as the song goes between verse and chorus, brilliantly mapping out the protagonist’s fractured state of mind. The track’s psychedelic nature puts the audience right inside Pat’s head adds to the chaos in breathtaking fashion. Music can be used to say words that can’t be phrased, and that’s exactly what Russell did with this Zeppelin track in Silver Linings Playbook.