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Movie Review – Abnormal Attraction (2018)

Abnormal Attraction, 2018.

Directed by Michael Leavy.

Starring Bruce Davison, Nathan Reid, Nicole Balsam, Leslie Easterbrook, Malcolm McDowell, and Jason Leavy.


While humans and monsters work to put aside their differences, Nick (Nathan Reid) tries to keep his impending nuptials on track in this monster comedy.

In a world where monsters and humans live side by side, no one bats an eye at an abominable snowman (Michael Barra) selling snow cones from an ice cream truck, or a fish man in the water at a pool party, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s happy about it. There are plenty of people who’d like to see monsters out of the picture, and vice versa. Can the two species learn to give tolerance a chance?

One of Abnormal Attraction’s most attractive features is how liberal the film is with the term “monster”. The film’s biggest name is probably
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Monster comedy Abnormal Attraction gets a poster ahead of U.S. release

Random Media has announced that it has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to director Michael Leavy’s monster comedy film Abnormal Attraction, which features a cast that includes Malcolm McDowell (Mozart in the Jungle), Leslie Easterbrook (Police Academy), Gilbert Gottfried (Aladdin), Michael Buscemi (BlacKkKlansman), Nathan Reid (The Jokesters), and Academy Award-nominee Bruce Davison (The Fosters). Take a look at the poster, trailer and synopsis here…

In a world where fairy tales are much more than tales, monsters and humans are forced to live alongside one another. Much like in our world, many people find it possible to peacefully coexist, however there are plenty of others who do not. Nick Lane (Nathan Reid) is one of the few people who stand in the middle and try to bring both sides closer together instead of pushing them further apart. However, when the tension that has been building between both sides reaches its breaking point,
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Tom Hanks Reveals Surprising Toy Story Secret About Woody

Tom Hanks Reveals Surprising Toy Story Secret About Woody
Toy Story has been a staple of pop culture for more than 20 years. The movies, which largely center on Woody and his relationship to his human owner, Andy, have touched the lives of many Disney fans over the years and it remains one of Tom Hanks' most recognizable roles, despite the fact that he's not actually on screen. Or is it really one of his most recognizable roles? As it turns out, Tom Hanks has a brother named Jim Hanks and, believe it or not, Jim actually voices Woody rather frequently.

Yes, when you're watching any of the main Toy Story movies, or the upcoming Toy Story 4, it's Oscar-winner and generally beloved man Tom Hanks providing the voice for Woody. However, there's a lot of licensed merchandise, such as short videos, toys and video games that are made for the Toy Story franchise. Given that Tom Hanks is
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Every Which Way But Loose Remake Is Happening

Every Which Way But Loose Remake Is Happening
Nearly 40 years after the Clint Eastwood comedy Every Which Way But Loose hit theaters, a remake is moving forward. James Fargo, who directed the original movie, has come aboard to produce this Every Which Way But Loose reboot, bringing Anthony Cohen on board to direct. The filmmaker made his feature directorial debut with last year's The Sex Trip, which stars Jim Hanks, Frank Stallone and Louis Mandylor, the younger brothers of Tom Hanks, Sylvester Stallone and Costas Mandylor.

Deadline reports that James Fargo has been quietly searching for a director for the past year, with production now set to begin in late spring. No cast members have been announced at this time, but James Cohen revealed in a statement to Deadline that he knew Anthony Cohen was right for Every Which Way But Loose after watching his film The Sex Trip. Here's what he had to say below.

"I have
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2015 Portland Film Festival Announces Film Line-up

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Cinema Retro has received the following press release:

The 2015 Portland Film Festival is Oregon’s largest film event of the year, with 80 narrative and documentary feature films and 134 short films selected out of 3500 Submissions.

This weeklong extravaganza also includes over 75 Master Classes, Two Lifetime Achievement Tributes, and an unprecedented live event featuring Several Thousand Festivalgoers As Extras in a record-setting Zombie Day Event.

Los Angeles – August 13, 2015 – Portland Film Festival announced today the feature film competition programs, opening and closing screenings, music and midnight sections, tribute presentations, northwest, and special screenings for the 2015 Portland Film Festival. The 3rd Annual festival is a weeklong event of 214 screenings of feature length and short films from around the world, red carpet world premieres, tributes to filmmaking legends, more than 50 hours of professional workshops, nightly after-parties and more.

The third annual Portland Film Festival will take place September 1 – 7th, 2015, in Portland, Oregon, at seven venues throughout the city,
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Forrest Gump: Twenty Years Later

One of my favorite movies of all time is celebrating its 20th anniversary today; Forrest Gump was released on July 6, 1994 with Tom Hanks playing the title character, a man with child-like innocence and a tendency for stumbling into history while love still eludes him.

Suggesting Forrest Gump as a favorite film these days doesn’t seem to be as accepted as it once was. I suspect it has to do with overplay on TV and admiration from most people who watch it. It’s easier to standout if you denounce something popular, we all know this. Gump is a heartwarming epic that has a lot to say about destiny, chance, and history. Sure it glosses over periods of Us history, but it’s not a historical witness; this is fiction at its best. Many found it to be sentiment and ridiculous while others accepted the story and characters; I personally
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Fast & Furious 7: 5 Movies Who Use Body Doubles to Fill In for Lead Characters

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Paul Walker's brothers, Cody and Caleb, will act as body doubles for the recently deceased actor to help complete Fast & Furious 7. Director James Wan says Walker had completed all of police detective-turned-bandit Brian O'Connor's scenes, and the brothers will be only used to fill the "small gaps" that remain, using CGI where needed to transform them into Paul. It's actually not the first time that body doubles and special effects have been used - it's not even the first time a brother has been used. Here are five movies that should make you feel confident that FF7 's adjustments will be seamless and look good.

1. Oliver ReedGladiator. Director Ridley Scott was in a pinch when Reed died from a heart attack before his scenes were completed. Scott used a body doubles and CGI to complete the additional two minutes of Reed's face time, but he had another
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‘Road to the Altar’ Tries Sweepstakes For Launch Buzz

When you've got it flaunt it, right? Mwg Entertainment the multi-platform digital studio behind web series My Two Fans and now wedding comedy Road to the Altar, has done an impressive job lining up some household-name sponsors for its projects. Altar is boasting wedding-friendly consumer brands Pier 1, iRobot, Panda Express and Blackberry signed on for the series. The 10-episode series, directed and co-written by Annie Lukowski, stars Jaleel White (Urkel on Family Matters) and Leyna Weber (who also co-wrote) from As the World Turns as a young couple, Simon and Rochelle, pulling together their wedding with a faux-reality TV crew in tow. The couple makes all the expected stops around town to find the perfect vendors for the wedding - florists, valets, wedding dresses, etc. And that's where the veteran TV guest stars come in to shine—Kym Whitley (The Parkers), Rodney Perry (Who’s Got Jokes?), Susan Floyd (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
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