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    BD Horror News - 'Burke & Hare' Clip Will Fake Scare You to Death!

    BTW, seeing Serkis in a horror flick reminds me...check out The Cottage, good movie.

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    Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh

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    Alex Pardee Edgar Wright Poster

    I have to give Edgar Wright credit for consistently giving audiences movie marathons. Whether he’s showcasing his own movies or programming at the New Beverly, if you’re going to an event hosted by Wright, odds are you’re seeing more than one movie that night. On August 26th, Wright will be hosting a triple-bill of his films Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (“plus numerous odds and ends from his oeuvre e.g. the Grindhouse trailer ‘Don’t'”) at San Francisco’s Castro Theater. Wright will be on hand to introduce each film and do a Q&A and tickets only cost $15. That’s a steal. If for some reason you need more convincing, you can buy a limited edition poster that artist Alex Pardee drew up for the event. Pardee will sell any remaining posters at his website, Zerofriends.

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    Edgar Wright Producing Kill List Director's Next Film - ShockTillYouDrop.com

    As Kill List continues to cut its way through the film festival circuit, its director, Ben Wheatley, is lining up his next films.

    He tells Playlist Edgar Wright is executive producing his upcoming "dark comedy," Sightseers, which begins shooting in a few weeks. According to Playlist, the film is about "psychotic caravaners."

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    Review: Sorry, ‘Burke & Hare’ Is Simply Not The John Landis Comeback We Were Hoping For > The Playlist

    At this point it’s something of an accomplishment that “Burke & Hare” is coming out at all, considering Landis’ last movie, 1998’s “Susan’s Plan” (starring Nastassja Kinski and Dan Aykroyd), didn’t receive theatrical distribution at all. And there are moments when, in spite of itself, “Burke & Hare” is charming (like when Hammer icon Christopher Lee shows up as an elderly victim-in-wait). There are moments when you might genuinely get taken in by the handsome, old timey photography by British cinematographer John Mathieson or the endless mugging of the lead actors. But chances are you won’t be scared or even laugh that much. “Burke & Hare” could have been a smashing return for a director who expertly knows how to mix belly laughs with body counts, but without much of either, it just hangs there, limp and lifeless, waiting for somebody to take it away or sell it to the nearest medical examiner. [C-]

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    Twit Wit: The 9 Best Contagion Tweets of the Weekend | Movieline

    Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright make the list.

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    Edgar Wright's top 10 Criterions.

    Edgar Wright's Top 10

    Good list.

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    Edgar Wright Has Never Seen These Movies, Pair Them Up For Four Nights In Los Angeles | /Film

    Edgar Wright‘s latest epic project has him partnering with Quentin Tarantino, Judd Apatow, Joss Whedon, Bill Hader, Guillermo Del Toro, Joe Dante, Greg Mottola, Harry Knowles, Rian Johnson and, probably, several of you.

    Like all of us, Wright has a bunch of classic and cult films he’s never seen. Unlike all of us, he has the means to see them for the first time on the big screen and will do just that in December at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles during Films Edgar Has Never Seen. The director of Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World asked both his famous friends (some of which are listed above) and fans to send in their personal must see lists and, from those titles, Wright came up with one mega list from which he’ll pick a few movies to watch December 9-16.

    After the jump check out the list and find out how to give Wright your input on what to screen.

    The list first came from Wright’s blog, Edgar Wright Here, and was also featured on Ain’t It Cool News. He’s already settled on The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension to screen at midnight and, if Gone With the Wind gets picked (it should) it’ll be the only thing that screens that night. Other than that, Wright wants fans to pick their dream double features from this list. It goes from the films with the most votes (Ichi the Killer) to least (The Westerner.)

    To give your own input, head over to Edgar Wright Here. Here’s the list.

    ICHI THE KILLER

    GONE WITH THE WIND (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    THE ADVENTURES OF BUCKEROO BANZAI ACROSS THE 8TH DIMENSION

    CHUNGKING EXPRESS (Suggested by Greg Mottola, Daniel Waters & Bill Hader)

    MODERN TIMES (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    PRINCESS MONONOKE

    THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE (Suggested by Rian Johnson & Bill Hader)

    THRONE OF BLOOD (Suggested by John Landis)

    TOKYO DRIFTER

    ALL ABOUT EVE

    BARFLY (Suggested by Josh Olson)

    HARVEY (Suggested by Joe Dante)

    ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    BREAKING AWAY (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    DEFENDING YOUR LIFE

    SHERLOCK JR (Suggested by John Landis)

    STALKER

    SUICIDE CLUB (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    SUPERSTAR: THE KAREN CARPENTER STORY (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    THE BAD NEWS BEARS (’76) (Suggested by Doug Benson & Bill Hader)

    BATTLE OF ALGIERS (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    CUTTER’S WAY (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME

    THE LIFE AND DEATH OF COLONEL BLIMP

    THE OLD DARK HOUSE (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    PORCO ROSSO

    RAISE THE RED LANTERN

    ROMAN HOLIDAY (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    STAR ‘80 (Suggested by Jason Schwartzman & Bill Hader)

    TALK TO HER

    2046

    5000 FINGERS OF DR T. (Suggested by Harry Knowles)

    THE AWFUL TRUTH

    BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (’46)

    BOB LE FLAMBEUR

    CAPTAIN BLOOD (Suggested by Harry Knowles)

    CHILLY SCENES OF WINTER

    F IS FOR FAKE

    HIGH AND LOW (Suggested by Rian Johnson)

    JULES AND JIM (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    THE OTHER (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    TWO FOR THE ROAD

    UNFAITHFULLY YOURS (Suggested by Joss Whedon & Bill Hader)

    A FACE IN THE CROWD (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

    THE CHINA SYNDROME

    CALIFORNIA SPLIT

    CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    COME AND SEE (Suggested by Larry Karaszewski)

    GET CRAZY (Suggested by Quentin Tarantino)

    GOKE, BODY SNATCHER FROM HELL

    GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES

    HUD (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    IMITATION OF LIFE

    KIKUJIRO

    THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (Suggested by John Landis)

    NIGHTS OF CABIRIA

    PARK ROW (Suggested by Joe Dante)

    POSSESSION (’81) (Suggested by Daniel Waters)

    THE QUIET MAN (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    RED BEARD (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE

    THEY SHOOT HORSES DON’T THEY?

    THE THIEF OF BAGDAD

    THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG

    THE UNKNOWN

    BABY DOLL (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    THE BAD SLEEP WELL

    THE COURT JESTER (Suggested by Joe Dante)

    DOGS IN SPACE

    FORTY GUNS (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    KICKING AND SCREAMING (Baumbach) (Suggested by Joss Whedon)

    KITTEN WITH A WHIP

    KRAMER VS KRAMER (Suggested by Bill Hader)

    THE LION IN WINTER

    LOS OLVIDADOS (Suggested by Greg Mottola)

    THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN

    THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN’S CREEK (Suggested by Bill Hader)

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