Archaeologists have found mirrors made of volcanic glass in Anatolia that date back to 6,000BC. That’s 8,000 years ago. Imagine how much bad luck you’d get if you dropped one of those fuckers.
Oh, sorry, they’ve been in films together before. BUT STILL, they’re back together again! Escape Plan is about Stallone trying to escape from a prison that he designed (“Make sure you put him in the one that he knows inside out.” – the judge), alongside Schwarzenegger, who didn’t design it but is probably really strong or something.
Color us excited. It’s out in September.
Co-starring: Not a lot of clothes. Continue reading
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And just in case you’re not excited enough, this skill new preview for Eats Everything & Justin Martin’s new joint – The Gettup has been sneakily released, and, dear lord, is it 1 minute of complete brilliance… Continue reading
We’re joking of course, this looks like unbearable bollocks. It’s the newest film from Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg, the hellhounds behing Date Movie, Epic Movie, Meet The Spartans, Vampires Suck and Disaster Movie, or as they’re commonly known – THE WORST PIECES OF SHIT TO EVER STAIN A CINEMA SCREEN. Well this time they’ve set their sights on The Hunger Games franchise, as well as a host of other unrelated films. Does this look like their worst one yet? Yes, yes it fucking does.
In case you’re a complete idiot or you’ve been living underneath a large rock*, you’ll know that our daily roundups are awesome – it’s a well-known fact. We’re just making sure this is all clear before you jump off and you disagree. We want you to know that you’ll be wrong. Continue reading
Irvine Welsh’s Filth, written five years after his first novel, Trainspotting, is sort of like a twisted take on Bad Lieutenant, a book about a corrupt policeman partially narrated by his tapeworm. And it’s Scottish, so you know when they say filth that it’s truly filthy. There’s a film adaptation due this year from director Jon S. Baird, who’s little known in the US, starring James McAvoy as Bruce Robinson. The new red-band trailer, is above.