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10 Filmmakers Who Went Outside Their Comfort Zones

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10 Filmmakers Who Stepped Out Of Their Comfort Zone
Actors aren't the only ones who get typecast and put into a category. Prestigious filmmakers are almost always given projects that fit their signature work. You usually don't hear of a horror filmmaker directing a romantic comedy, per say. But every now and then, directors will venture outside of their comfort zones and shock us with something truly different, as Michael Bay is trying this...

'Twin Peaks' Is Not Returning (For Now)

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Oh, Internet, you’re so cute when you get excited.  In between trying to convince us that our favorite comedic celebrities have died in extreme sports-related mishaps, or that a massive governmental conspiracy is behind just about every modern tragedy since, well, ever, you do your best to convince the world that beloved cult properties are returning from the shadowy corners of pop culture...

2012: Time For Change: DVD Review

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2012: Time for Change is not like the 2012 you saw last year. There is no John Cusack running around in a limo or flying a giant Russian airplane, instead there is a hippie on a mission. This is a documentary about the earth and the connection humans have to it. It's about preservation and using other ways aside from agriculture to feed...

AFI Fest: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review

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As guest artistic director of this year's AFI Fest, David Lynch gets to screen some old classics that mean a lot to him. One of them is Bergman's  Hour of the Wolf, whose psychological horror techniques echo throughout Lynch's oeuvre from Eraserhead on. I will admit to having an unresolved relationship with Bergman (don't we all!) but whichever way you slice it, this is a...

Great Directors: Movie Review

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When you see the title of this film Great Dirtectors you might be thinking that these are the top names in Hollywood, but the people involved in this movie have done more than just made profitable films, they are some of the most inspiring directors who with their films have changed cinema as we know it. It's refreshing to be reminded that "Great Directors" does not...

My Son My Son What Have Ye Done Trailer Premiere

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Wow. Leave it to Werner Herzog, a director known as much for being crazy personality as his crazy pieces of art, to bring us a greek tragedy set in modern day. He has just finished his second of two films and not long after we get the trailer for his first film, Bad Lieutenant, we now have the trailer for his second project which was produced by David Lynch, My Son, My...