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Happy 89th Birthday Clint Eastwood! Here Are His Ten Best Films

Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, and Tom Stockman

Happy Birthday to one of We Are Movie Geeks favorite stars. Clint Eastwood was born on this day in 1930, making him 89 years old today. The actor and two-time Oscar winning director hasn’t let his age slow him down a bit.

We posted a list in 2011 of his ten best directorial efforts Here

Clint Eastwood has appeared in 68 films in his six (!) decades as an actor, and here, according to We Are Movie Geeks, are his ten best:

Honorable Mention: Honkytonk Man

By the 1980s, Clint Eastwood was one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars. With his own production company, directorial skills, and economic clout, Eastwood was able to make smaller, more personal films. A perfect example is the underrated Honkytonk Man, which also happens to be one of Eastwood’s finest performances.

Drawing upon Eastwood’s love of both music and period history,
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Let There Be Light Review

  • HeyUGuys
Easter weekend usually signals an onslaught of religious movies, especially coming from the other side of the pond. While it’s easy to dismiss the majority of these films as too simplistic in their approach to faith, some in the past, see The Shack, have offered a little more gravitas than others. The same sadly can’t be said about Let There Be Light, a film so ingrained in blind-faith and conservatism that it could turn any God-fearing christian into a confirmed atheist.

Directed by and starring TV’s very own Hercules Kevin Sorbo, the film is co-produced by conservative Fox News anchor Sean Hannity and is written by Sorbo’s wife Sam Sorbo alongside veteran writer Dan Gordon, the man behind Hollywood classics such as Wyatt Earp and The Hurricane.

Outspoken and heavy drinking atheist writer Dr. Sol Harkens (Sorbo) is a firm believer in science and has made
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First UK Trailer for Mysterious Film 'Out of Blue' with Patricia Clarkson

"Can you explain your place in the universe?" Picturehouse has debuted the first official trailer for a very peculiar, mysterious drama from the UK titled Out of Blue, from director Carol Morley. The film's story focuses on a detective who is investigating the shooting of an astrophysicist and black hole expert, but seem to lose her grip on reality and get lost in the existential concepts of time and relevance. Or something like that. Patricia Clarkson stars in this, with Jacki Weaver, James Caan, Toby Jones, Aaron Tveit, Mamie Gummer, Alyshia Ochse, Jonathan Majors, and Gary Grubbs. There are some interesting scenes in this trailer - moments where people disappear, very wacky lines of dialogue, but I am more than intrigued and very curious to find out what's really going on and what else this film covers. What big ideas it discusses, and how they work all that into the narrative.
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God Bless The Broken Road on Blu-ray and DVD December 4th

Experience the uplifting family film with Jordin Sparks and NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer Ladainian “Lt” Tomlinson when God Bless the Broken Road arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, Digital and On Demand December 4 from Lionsgate. Dove-approved for all ages and directed by Harold Cronk, the acclaimed director of the films God’s Not Dead and God’s Not Dead 2, the faith-based film tells an inspirational tale where faith, family, friends, and the brave soldiers who serve in the United States military are paramount. God Bless the Broken Road also stars Lindsay Pulsipher, Robin Givens, Gary Grubbs (TV’s “The X-Files”), Andrew Walker, Kim Delaney, and Makenzie Moss.

God Bless the Broken Road tells the inspirational story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter in his absence. The film focuses on the importance of faith,
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Today in Soap Opera History (November 14)

1984: Oltl's Asa wanted to stop Bo from marrying Didi.

1984: Dominic's identity was revealed on Santa Barbara.

1995: The gold balloon wedding of Oltl's Todd and Blair.

2000: AMC's Erica had Libidozone sex with David."The best prophet of the future is the past."

― Lord Byron

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1952: Jone Allison aired for the final time as Meta Bauer on The Guiding Light.

1957: On The Edge of Night, Mike (John Larkin) and Marceau (Carl Frank) arrived at the garage, just as Pike (Leon Janney) forced Mary (Anne Sargeant) into the car.

1969: On Another World, Rachel (Robin Strasser) was angry when Steve (George Reinholt
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Happy 88th Birthday Clint Eastwood! Here Are His Ten Best Films

Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, and Tom Stockman

Happy Birthday to one of We Are Movie Geeks favorite stars. Clint Eastwood was born on this day in 1930, making him 88 years old. The actor and two-time Oscar winning director hasn’t let his age slow him down a bit.

We posted a list in 2011 of his ten best directorial efforts Here

Clint Eastwood has appeared in 68 films in his six (!) decades as an actor, and here, according to We Are Movie Geeks, are his ten best:

Honorable Mention: Honkytonk Man

By the 1980s, Clint Eastwood was one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars. With his own production company, directorial skills, and economic clout, Eastwood was able to make smaller, more personal films. A perfect example is the underrated Honkytonk Man, which also happens to be one of Eastwood’s finest performances.

Drawing upon Eastwood’s love of both music and period history,
See full article at WeAreMovieGeeks.com »

‘Demons’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Miles Doleac, Lindsay Anne Williams, Andrew Divoff, John Schneider, Steven Brand, Kristina Emerson, Gary Grubbs | Written and Directed by Miles Doleac

Eight years ago, Father Colin Hampstead oversaw an aborted exorcism that resulted in the gruesome death of seventeen-year-old Jewel Grant, in rural Louisiana. The deceased girl’s older sister, Kayleigh, grew immediately attached to Hampstead and sought him out, at first for grief counseling and then, for much more. Eight years later, Hampstead has left the priesthood and become a celebrated fiction writer, specializing in stories about the occult, and he and Kayleigh, now his wife, have a beautiful daughter and run a well-known bed and breakfast in Savannah, Ga. When the couple agrees to host a wedding for one of Colin’s college friends, what begins as a Big Chill-type reunion turns into something much more macabre, as the seemingly omnipresent ghost of her dead sister Jewel
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Horror Highlights: Cavitycolors’ Society Shirts & Pins Collection, Demons, Don’T Sleep, Elliot, The Atoning

The gorgeous gore of Brian Yuzna's Society comes to life in Cavitycolors' new shirts and pins collection, and we have a look at the new releases in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes release details on Demons, Don't Sleep, Elliot, and The Atoning.

Cavitycolors' Society Collection: From Cavitycolors: "Our Society® collection is Available Now! New T-shirts, Baseball Shirts, plus two brand new gross-out Enamel Pins! Limited first run on everything, so don't be a butthead, grab one today!"

To learn more, visit Cavitycolors online.

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Demons Trailer & Release Details: "The devil comes to town this October when Demons, written, directed and starring Miles Doleac, hits theaters and VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment.

A psychological thriller that marries elements of The Exorcist, The Shining and The Big Chill, Demons tells of a celebrated fiction writer and former priest (Doleac, “American Horror Story”, The Hollow) who, along with his wife, are
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Poster and trailer for psychological horror Demons

Ahead of its release this October, a poster and trailer have arrived online for the upcoming psychological horror Demons. The film is written and directed by Miles Doleac who also stars alongside Andrew Divoff, John Schneider, Lindsay Anne Williams, Steven Brand, Kristina Emerson, and Gary Grubbs; check them out below…

Eight years ago, Father Colin Hampstead oversaw an aborted exorcism that resulted in the gruesome death of seventeen-year-old Jewel Grant, in rural Louisiana. The deceased girl’s older sister, Kayleigh, grew immediately attached to Hampstead and sought him out, at first for grief counseling and then, for much more.

Eight years later, Hampstead has left the priesthood and become a celebrated fiction writer, specializing in stories about the occult, and he and Kayleigh, now his wife, have a beautiful daughter and run a well-known bed and breakfast in Savannah, Ga. When the couple agrees to host a wedding for one of Colin’s college friends,
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Happy 86th Birthday Clint Eastwood! Here Are His Ten Best Films

Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, and Tom Stockman

Happy Birthday to one of We Are Movie Geeks favorite stars. Clint Eastwood was born on this day in 1930, making him 86 years old. The actor and two-time Oscar winning director hasn’t let his age slow him down a bit. Sully, his new movie as a director, opens in September.

We posted a list in 2011 of his ten best directorial efforts Here

Clint Eastwood has appeared in 68 films in his six (!) decades as an actor, and here, according to We Are Movie Geeks, are his ten best:

Honorable Mention: Honkytonk Man

By the 1980s, Clint Eastwood was one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars. With his own production company, directorial skills, and economic clout, Eastwood was able to make smaller, more personal films. A perfect example is the underrated Honkytonk Man, which also happens to be one of Eastwood’s finest performances.
See full article at WeAreMovieGeeks.com »

Director Drew Hall on Redemption in his film convergence

Director Drew Hall on Redemption in his film convergence
Dark Sky Films has brought us films as diverse and bold as The House Of The Devil, The Innkeepers, and Stake Land. Joining that esteemed company is the recently released (and now available on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD) Convergence, in which a cop (Clayne Crawford, Swimfan, Jericho) finds himself trapped in limbo and must find redemption before he can escape. With support from veteran actors Ethan Embry (Vacancy, Once Upon A Time) and Mykelti Williamson (The Final Destination, Forrest Gump), the nightmarish action-horror film deals with weighty themes of religious fanaticism and atonement. We spoke with writer-director Drew Hall about his inspiration, beliefs, and symbolism.

Famous Monsters. Convergence is very timely since we’re in a period of religious extremism. Is that what prompted you to write the film?

Drew Hall. Yes. I grew up during a time period of very aggressive but non-violent anti-abortion protests. My family would take
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Truth and Convergence in a Temporary Hell: A Film Review

Tagline: "Where the Path to Heaven Meets the Road to Hell." *full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by Dark Sky Films. **spoilers: it is recommended that you see this film before reading this review. Director/writer: Drew Hall. Cast: Clayne Crawford, Ethan Embry, Mykelti Williamson, Gary Grubbs and Chelsea Bruland. Convergence is a supernatural thriller and horror title from director Drew Hall. The film takes place in a couple of spheres, thanks partially to Dante's Purgatorio. The removal of sins has been replaced by the protagonist's search for the truth. Act III makes this readily apparent as Ben (Clayne Crawford) comes to terms with his murderer. While trying to avoid spoilers, this review will also look as some of the films indie influences and positive film elements. Convergence is a great mystery, whose secret should be unwrapped by film fans. Convergence offers a compelling story. It
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Round-Up: Independence Day #3 Cover Art, Convergence, Telluride Horror Show 2016, Director’S Cut Trailer, Life Tracker Blu-ray / DVD, Killbox

Written and illustrated by some of comics' best, Independence Day #3 will be available courtesy of Titan Comics on April 13th. Also: Convergence release information, Telluride Horror Show's call for submissions, a Director's Cut trailer, details on the Life Tracker Blu-ray / DVD, and a look at the covers for Killbox.

Independence Day #3: "Written by Victor Gischler (Batman, Deadpool) with art by Steve Scott (Batman, Wolverine). Cover A features art by Staz Johnson (Wolverine, New X-Men) and Cover B is by Edgar Salazar (Justice League, Red Sonja).

Independence Day 3

Writer: Victor Gischler

Artist: Steve Scott

Cover A: Staz Johnson - Previews Code FEB161803

Cover B: Edgar Salazar - Previews Code FEB161804

Publisher: Titan Comics

Page Count: 32 Pp

Price: $3.99

Onsale Date: April 13th, 2016

Synopsis:

Tensions arise aboard the sub as specimens are shipped back for study. Meanwhile, Adams and co. get to grips with their extraterrestrial armaments and discover the real motivation behind the alien crash.
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New Scream Queens Episode 10,Season 1 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By Fox

  • OnTheFlix
Recently, Fox released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Scream Queens" episode 10 of season 1. The episode is entitled, "Thanksgiving," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and high drama stuff go down as Thanksgiving totally gets ruined when the evil Red Devil decides to serve up another murder for dinner, and more! In the new, 10th episode press release: The Red Devil Carves Up A Memorable Thanksgiving On An All-new "Scream Queens" Tuesday, November 24, On Fox. Press release number 2: Chad will take Chanel to his family home for Thanksgiving where she meets his brothers, Brad (guest star Chad Michael Murray) and Thad (guest star Patrick Schwarzenegger), as well as his parents (guest stars Alan Thicke and Julia Duffy). However, an uninvited guest will throw the holiday into chaos. Meanwhile, Dean Munsch will gather the survivors at Kappa House, but dinner will quickly
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Oscar-Nominated Film Series: Stone (Thrillingly) Assassinates Truth While Investigating Kennedy Assassination

'JFK' movie with Kevin Costner as Jim Garrison 'JFK' assassination movie: Gripping political drama gives added meaning to 'Rewriting History' If it's an Oliver Stone film, it must be bombastic, sentimental, clunky, and controversial. With the exception of "clunky," JFK is all of the above. It is also riveting, earnest, dishonest, moving, irritating, paranoid, and, more frequently than one might expect, outright brilliant. In sum, Oliver Stone's 1991 political thriller about a determined district attorney's investigation of the assassination of U.S. president John F. Kennedy is a slick piece of propaganda that mostly works both dramatically and cinematically. If only some of the facts hadn't gotten trampled on the way to film illustriousness. With the exception of John Williams' overemphatic score – Oliver Stone films need anything but overemphasis – JFK's technical and artistic details are put in place to extraordinary effect. Joe Hutshing and Pietro Scalia's editing
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Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, January 30; What Will You See?

Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, January 30; What Will You See?
Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, January 30th. (Synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.) Wide Black or White Director: Mike Binder Cast: Kevin Costner, Jennifer Ehle, Gillian Jacobs, Octavia Spencer, Anthony Mackie, Bill Burr, Sadarias Harrell, Joe Chrest, Janet Lynn Carey, Indigo, Mpho Koaho, Kenneth Kynt Bryan, David Jensen, André Holland, Joseph Fischer, Lola Phillips Synopsis: "An attorney struggling to raise his biracial granddaughter after the deaths of his wife and daughter becomes embroiled in a custody battle with the child’s paternal grandmother." [Toronto International Film Festival] Criticwire Grade Average: C+ (12 reviews) Project Almanac Director: Dean Israelite Cast:Sir Maejor, Amy Landecker, Jonny Weston, Sofia Black-d'Elia, Ginny Gardner, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista Synopsis: "A brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a...
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Convergence Splits Reality from Supernatural Fantasy in this Trailer

Convergence is a supernatural thriller from Drama Free Zone and Frame 29 Films. In this indie title, an arson detective experiences hell as the past and the present converge into one. Convergence, from director Drew Hall, stars Clayne Crawford, Ethan Embry and Mykelti Williamson. The film's first trailer is hosted below. The clip shows Ben (Crawford) tormented by strange visions. Inside a hospital, bizarre imagery floats down the white corridors. Ben finds himself tasked with absolving the guilty as hell threatens from all sides. Convergence is now complete. This thriller will be released later in 2015. Fans of supernatural thrillers can preview this title here. Release Date: 2015. Director/writer: Drew Hall. Cast: Clayne Crawford, Ethan Embry, Mykelti Williamson, Gary Grubbs and Chelsea Bruland. The first trailer for Convergence is here: Source: Convergence at Tricoast Worldwide Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis Email Subscription

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5 'Project Almanac' TV Spots Unravel Time Travel Tale

5 'Project Almanac' TV Spots Unravel Time Travel Tale
Paramount Pictures has released five TV spots for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Project Almanac, arriving in theaters nationwide January 30. The story centers on a brilliant high school student and his friends uncover blueprints for a mysterious device with limitless potential, inadvertently putting lives in danger. The TV spots come just a few months after the new trailer debuted in November.

The thriller stars Sofia Black-d'Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Amy Landecker, Katie Garfield, Cameron Corwin Fuller, Alexandra Bartee, Sam Lerner, Gary Grubbs and Michelle DeFraites. The film was originally slated to debut this past February, before being bumped to late January 2015, when the project was known as Welcome to Yesterday. Michael Bay produces Project Almanac through his Platinum Dunes production company.

Dean Israelite directs Project Almanac from a script by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark. Take a look at this new footage before heading to theaters later this month for
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Welcome to Yesterday Renamed Project Almanac; Time Travels to an Even Later Date

Last month we learned that the Michael Bay-produced found footage flick Welcome to Yesterday (formerly titled Almanac) was being moved from its original February 28th release date to sometime this summer, and now those plans have changed yet again. Read on for the latest.

Not only has the film undergone yet another title change, now being called Project Almanac, but it's also been moved all the way to 2015, which is sure to disappoint those who were looking forward to it. You can now expect the flick to hit theaters in January of next year, courtesy of Paramount.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

Synopsis

A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they
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Welcome to Yesterday Time Travels to a Later Date

The Michael Bay-produced found footage thriller Welcome to Yesterday (previously titled Almanac) is headed our way a bit later than anticipated. No one is certain when just yet, but we'll let you know when we get something concrete. In the interim cross February 28th off of your movie-going calendar.

Insiders say the release is being postponed to give Bay, who has been busy directing the mega-tentpole Transfomers: Age of Extinction, which opens June 24th, the opportunity to focus on the smaller movie.

Paramount is now mulling a new release date during the summer or fall.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

Synopsis

A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they put together
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