Author: Eric Fetterman

Baby Driver Featurette Digs Deeper Into Baby’s Backstory

Sony has dropped a new featurette that showcases Ansel Elgort‘s titular wheelman and how he is able to maintain some semblance of a clear conscience, in spit of being a get away man for a band of sociopaths. While it doesn’t seem likely that the audience would mince feelings for Baby with the rest of the psychos so the featurette may not be necessary, but it’s still good fun to see some behind the scenes insights. Edgar Wright‘s high octane heist film set to soundtrack is sure to be a crowd pleaser, and while everyone is struggling to see...

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Martin Scorsese’s Irishman Gets Release Date and Production Start Date

The last update for Martin Scorsese‘s highly anticipated film, The Irishman, based on an acclaimed novel ‘I Heard You Paint Houses,’ was that it had run into legal issues surrounding the distribution rights. Well, apparently those issues have been resolved, because we have an official production timeline and release date. The film will get a day and date release on the streaming service, Netflix, in 2019, followed by an awards qualifying run, which means limited theatrical release in, at minimum, NY and LA. The film is about the life of Eddie “The Irishman” Sheeran played by Robert De Niro,...

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Blade Runner 2049 HD Images Released

Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner is a masterpiece that forever changed the vision and scope of an entire genre. This towering monument to immersive and expansive visual majesty is one the most beautiful poetic and metaphoric film that has been solidified itself as one of the greatest. Now, 30 years later, we finally have the sequel we’ve always dreamed about, in the middle of a resurgence of sorts for Scott. The neon inferno of light sounds and endless skyscrapers that elevated the originals visionary gallantry, have returned in kind for the sequel. The second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 dropped...

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Is a Hellboy Reboot Without Del Toro or Perlman Coming?

The odyssey of the Hellboy franchise has been a difficult thing to keep track of. The first two films were solid entires and interesting adaptations, but they were Guillermo Del Toro‘s love children, and Ron Perlman seemed born to play the big red anti-hero. Then, when the curtain fell on the sequel, fans of the comic and the films were left wondering just how long it will be until we had ourselves a third entry to round out the trilogy. Those same fanboys are still waiting, and are now stuck in perpetual limbo, clinging to their last vestiges of...

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Short Film Review: ‘Leslie’

It’s not often I find myself reviewing anything other than feature length films. Never jumped into the TV scene, and while I love a great short film, they are typically difficult to review, if for no other reason than they are, well, too short to really dig deep into. Every once in a great while a truly special and impressive short will find it’s way into my inbox or will screen at a film festival I’m attending. Lucky for me, just such a film was passed along, titled Leslie. Written and Directed by Alejandro Montoya Marin, Leslie is a...

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