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Tune in as this week the guys chat about the new horror film Daybreakers and give some thoughts about Peter Jackson's anticipated adaptation of the best-selling book The Lovely Bones. They'll also be interviewing Academy Award winner Eugene Mamut and Irina Borisova about their Museum of Special Effects - AniMagic!
Daybreakers, Leap Year, Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Youth In Revolt, Loss of a Teardrop Diamond
Film Geek Central welcomes the first films of 2010 in a big way!
DAYBREAKERS puts a sci-fi spin on the vampire story. In a world populated by vampires, the last remnants of humanity take one last stand. Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe and Sam Neill star in this film from the directors of the fun Aussie zombie flick UNDEAD.
We love Amy Adams. But although LEAP YEAR looks like fun, we hope Adams doesn't get caught in the same trap as Kate Hudson and Katherine Heigel. In this one, Adams travels to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend, only to get diverted to Wales with a surly yet sexy Welshman in tow.
YOUTH IN REVOLT was delayed from its initial fall date, but is thankfully getting a slightly bigger release than we expected. In this one, nice guy Michael Cera invents a bad boy alter ego to snare the object of his love/lust.
THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS is cursed director Terry Gilliam's latest film. It is also unfortunately the last film from Heath Ledger. In order to fill Ledger's shoes, his character is now played by various people in various different realities. Friends and castmates Johnny Depp, Colin Ferrell and Jude Law stepped up to the plate while Christopher Plummer and Tom Waits compliment the cast.
THE LOSS OF A TEARDROP DIAMOND comes to us out of the blue, after an odd delay. Based on an unproduced screenplay by Tennessee Williams, the film stars Bryce Dallas Howard and is helmed by actress turned director Jodie Markell.
All this plus film news and our DVD Picks of the Week!
Hope to see you there, Film Geeks!
Join Daryll, Max and Dburt as they discuss the following topics: Twilight: New Moon's 140 million dollar take down this past weekend and is the public experiencing vampire sensory overload? ; and speaking of vampires overloading the senses, what about the vamps of the future-The Daybreakers; our favorite iconic comic book panels; thoughts about the new Star Trek reboot DVD release and how it relates to Star Trek: TOS canon and lastly our favorite graphic novel reads from last week.
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We've been playing and we talk about Klonoa 2, SNK vs. Capcom, Dark Void, COD World at War, The Impossible Game, MW2, Avatar, NFS Shift, Fable 2 , the New Orleans Saints are going to the super bowl, we talk about Tiger woods, more Conan, Mass Effect 2, Barry Manilow, Robin Williams, Norm McDonald, Tekken Vs Street fighter, Shenmue, Yakuza 3, Heavenly Sword, Dexter, Daybreakers, Legion, Michael Jackson
Composer Christopher Gordon’s recent film scores include the Spierig Brother’s Daybreakers, Bruce Beresford’s Mao’s Last Dancer and Peter Weir’s Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. His mini-series include the EMMY-nominated score for Salem’s Lot, Moby Dick and On the Beach amongst others and the animation short Ward 13. His scores have received wide international acclaim and many Australian Screen Music Awards. Christopher has composed for many of Australia’s major celebrations, including the Opening Ceremonies of the Commonwealth Games 2006 and the Rugby World Cup Sydney 2003; the Centenary of Federation of Australia 2001; an orchestral score for a National Museum of Australia installation; and co-composed music for the Millennium Eve international telecast. In 2006 he was commissioned by the Prime Minister of Australia to arrange the official version of the Australian National Anthem. His concerto, Lightfall for Horn and Orchestra, received its world premiere in September by the Sydney Symphony at the Sydney Opera House. Other recent compositions for the concert hall include a Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra, Freefall (chamber symphony), Night is What Remains for strings and Peace On Earth for choir and orchestra and a number of choral works. As an orchestral arranger Gordon has written for such diverse artists as Augie March, Kate Ceberano, Cello Diva, The Church, Judi Connelli, Iva Davies, Diana Doherty, John Farnham, Neil Finn, Delta Goodrem, Ben Lee, The Panics, Sydney Children’s Choir, Australian Chamber Orchestra, and Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland and West Australian Symphony Orchestras. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com and we'll answer them "LIVE ON AIR." Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on "Twitter" at https://twitter.com/123Film.
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