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November 18, 2018   Jules   Gallery Be first to comment

=Added screencaps from the following to the Gallery.
* In and Out (Films)
* Staying Gold – A Look Back at The Outsiders (Bonus Features)
* The Casting of The Outsiders (Bonus Features)

November 4, 2018   Jules   'The House That Jack Built' Be first to comment

Matt Dillon is aware that people might walk out of his new film – and he’s totally fine with it. The 54-year-old actor stars in psychological horror The House That Jack Built alongside Uma Thurman, with the movie hitting screens later this month. The film follows Matt’s character Jack, a highly intelligent serial killer who relives his most defining kills over the last 12 years – which, we’ll admit, doesn’t sound like the most light-hearted viewing on a cold November evening. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   'The House That Jack Built' Be first to comment

You probably have heard about the hundred attendees who ran out of the world premiere of Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was described as “vomitive”, “vile”, and “disgusting”. Clearly, they must have never seen a gory film before, because there is nothing in this film that Bloody Disgusting readers don’t see during breakfast. Read More here

October 14, 2018   Jules   ‘Head Full Of Honey’ Be first to comment

Til Schweiger’s Head Full of Honey has been added to Warner Bros. 2018 release schedule. The drama starring Nick Nolte and Matt Dillon is set to open in theaters in New York and Los Angeles on November 30. Head Full of Honey follows the story of Lucas (Nolte) who is suffering from Alzheimer’s. As his granddaughter takes care of him he ends up going on road trip with her. Dillon will play his son and Emily Mortimer will play Dillon’s estranged wife. The film also stars Schweiger, Eric Roberts Claire Forlani, and Jacqueline Bisset. Read More here

September 15, 2018   Jules   Gallery Be first to comment

Added screencaps from WAYWARD PINES & BEAUTIFUL GIRLS to the Gallery

August 5, 2018   Jules   #TheOutsiders, Press / Article Be first to comment

The Don was in exile during the early ‘80s. Francis Ford Coppola’s dream of owning his own independent movie studio had come crashing down with the cataclysmic failure of his “One From The Heart,” a quixotic soundstage musical overwhelmed by its own production design. (As with megaflops like Martin Scorsese’s “New York, New York” and Peter Bogdanovich’s “At Long Last Love,” musicals proved the Achilles heel of the New Hollywood mavericks.) One step ahead of his creditors and squabbling with Wim Wenders over reshoots on the latter’s Coppola-produced English language debut “Hammett,” it was, in the filmmaker’s own words, “chaos incorporated time.” So that’s when the director of “The Godfather” films and “Apocalypse Now” up and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma for a while to be the cinematic voice of YA novelist S.E. Hinton. Read More here

July 15, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

Matt Dillon was at one time a very hot name in film industry back in the day. Some might even argue that he still is, but the truth is that he’s nowhere near as popular as he used to be, at least not in the same capacity. Back when he was still young and had a lot of potential yet to explore he was a dominant personality in the film industry and didn’t need a whole lot of help to make himself look good. He was the bad boy that could rule a film with just a look and a few words, and plenty of attitude. As he grew older that attitude began to change and develop a mature streak that, for a while at least, was considered quite attractive. The point however is that he managed to elevate his own career without the help of anyone else and without having to rely on a lot of his costars to bolster him at key points. He created himself for the most part and didn’t need to be part of a group that was notorious for starring in similar films. In the 1980’s movie scene there was a group of young actors that were well known for starring in the same kind of movies. They were called the Brat Pack as a play on the infamous Rat Pack that was headed by Frank Sinatra, and they were some of the most popular young actors around in their time. Read More here