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    DREDD Tops Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download Sales | Collider

    Will this be enough to kickstart sequel discussions? Maybe not. Who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    DREDD Tops Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download Sales | Collider

    Will this be enough to kickstart sequel discussions? Maybe not. Who knows.
    For whomever saw it is it worth a look?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roenick View Post
    For whomever saw it is it worth a look?
    YES. Absolutely.
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    It's worth a BUY. All the reviews I have read re:home 3d say that it is one of the finest transfers of the tech so far. Also, it's a damned fine movie.

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    Thanks for the feedback. In the loop to watch. I loves me some Dredd and I love Karl Urban.
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    GODZILLA Screenwriter Frank Darabont Promises a “Terrifying Force of Nature” | Collider

    There is almost NO WAY that this is going to suck.

    Darabont spoke to io9 recently and at some point, the topic turned to Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla reboot. Here’s what Darabont had to say:

    Godzilla has its origins as an allegory for the atom bomb, but today it’s more of a straightforward monster movie. Do you want to restore some of that allegorical significance to the franchise?

    Frank Darabont: What I found very interesting about Godzilla is that he started off definitely as a metaphor for Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And some of the atom bomb testing we were doing in the South Pacific in the subsequent years. The giant terrifying force of nature that comes and stomps the **** out of your city, that was Godzilla. Filtered through the very fanciful imaginations of the Japanese perception. And then he became Clifford the Big Red Dog in the subsequent films. He became the mascot of Japan, he became the protector of Japan. Another big ugly monster would show up and he would fight that monster to protect Japan. Which I never really quite understood, the shift.

    What we’re trying to do with the new movie is not have it camp, not have it be campy. We’re kind of taking a cool new look at it. But with a lot of tradition in the first film. We want this to be a terrifying force of nature. And what was really cool, for me, is there was a very compelling human drama that I got to weave into it. It’s not that cliched, thinly disguised romance or bromance, or whatever. It’s different, it’s a different set of circumstances than you’re used to seeing. And that’s tremendously exciting as a writer when you’re asked to do something else.

    Are you looking to connect it to a different contemporary issue?

    Frank Darabont: Yes I am, but I’m not going to give it away.

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    14 Noteworthy Science Fiction and Fantasy Books - January 2013 - Geek Magazine

    Some of these sound pretty good. Not sure why the Warren Ellis book is on here, though. It's not sci-fi at all.

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    Brad Bird Teases Plot Details for 1952 with Mystery Box Reveal | Collider

    We hear that last spring, when Lindelof had a meeting to discuss the project with Disney’s head of production, Sean Bailey, the Disney exec arranged for Lindelof to be given access to one of the studios odder curiosities: a banker’s box of files and documents that had been left moldering in Walt Disney’s personal development lab, WED Enterprises, which later became the studio’s vaunted Imagineering department. The box was originally labeled with the title of the studio’s 1965 comedy That Darn Cat!, which had been crossed out and in its place was written “1952.” Inside was a random-at-first-glance collection of documents and primary source materials that, when looked at all together, indicated that someone had been working on a project (movie? theme park ride?) about alien contact. It’s unclear whether or how the box has inspired the development of the project.
    dirty teases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    14 Noteworthy Science Fiction and Fantasy Books - January 2013 - Geek Magazine

    Some of these sound pretty good. Not sure why the Warren Ellis book is on here, though. It's not sci-fi at all.
    This looks like it could be a female dresden files from the cover art

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