New Avatararound the corner

Director James Cameron was rumored to be gearing up for a possible Angelina Jolie “Cleopatra” biopic. That’s not the case anymore. Apparently, Cameron has decided to go straight into work for Avatar 2 & 3.

Collider says:

It has just broke that he has agreed to shoot Avatar 2 and 3 beginning in late 2011 for Twentieth Century Fox, immediately after he wraps up the screenplays, which he intends to write in early 2011 with an eye towards beginning production later that year.

The sequels, undoubtedly to be shot natively with the 3D tech developed by Cameron and WETA Digital, are targeted for December 2014 and December 2015 release dates, respectively. Whether the productions will be back-to-back is pending.

Producer Jon Landau reiterated this about the pool of ideas Cameron can pull from (via Deadline):

“It is very exciting to be teaming again with our partners at Fox to give audiences the opportunity to return to Pandora. With the first movie, Jim only scratched the surface of the stories he wants to tell and the creatures and world he wants to create. Now we will continue his vision.”

Here are Cameron’s thoughts on his two-film commitment:

“It is a rare and remarkable opportunity when a filmmaker gets to build a fantasy world, and watch it grow, with the resources and partnership of a global media company. AVATAR was conceived as an epic work of fantasy – a world that audiences could visit, across all media platforms, and this moment marks the launch of the next phase of that world. With two new films on the drawing boards, my company and I are embarking on an epic journey with our partners at Twentieth Century Fox. Our goal is to meet and exceed the global audience’s expectations for the richness of AVATAR’s visual world and the power of the storytelling. In the second and third films, which will be self contained stories that also fulfill a greater story arc, we will not back off the throttle of AVATAR’s visual and emotional horsepower, and will continue to explore its themes and characters, which touched the hearts of audiences in all cultures around the world. I’m looking forward to returning to Pandora, a world where our imaginations can run wild.”

Just last week, Cameron, always the politician, had this to say about an Avatar sequel:

“I wouldn’t say it’s inevitable because we still haven’t worked out our deal with 20th Century Fox. So we’re still in an ongoing negotiation on that. Because it’s a big piece of business, and I’m trying to map it out as a game plan that stretches forward 10 years. And they don’t like to think that long term. We’ll get it worked out, probably.”

What was Fox’s deal breaker? According to Deadline, it was a hefty, generous donation to Cameron’s environmental protection fund. That said, news of these prioritized sequels should hardly come as a bombshell, what with Avatar’s $2.9 billion worldwide box office–the highest gross of all-time–and its nine Academy Award nominations including Best Picture and Best Director.

I’m glad that it’s been decided that Cameron will got straight to Avatar 2 & 3. I’m really interested in watching what he comes up for the next sequels. I hope he comes up with some original storyline this time around. Last time I checked, Cameron said he would explore Pandora’s ocean world, so I’m excited about that. Great news. Here’s hoping Cameron surpasses the original film in action and original storyline.

You guys excited about this news? What do you want to see explored in the sequels? What possible storyline do you think could be covered?



Yes, i'm extremely late but we're back for the last time! I can't post tomorrow because i'm going to a lanparty for an exclusive interview of KILLZONE 3 and GT5. It will be possible test these games. I'm probably going to post the interview right here ;)

But back to business! This is the last Exploitation Extober! Maybe there will be an Exploitation Exvember? No idea. Will post a poll about it ;) alright, the first one of our Halloween Special is  ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES AND RETURN OF THE KILLER TOMATOES. We'll start lightly with comedy "horror"
I know you guys dont like to read so if you want more info: Google it  :D



Another classic one: DAWN OF THE DEAD

Next one might need a little bit of information.
Murder Party is an American horror film directed by Jeremy Saulnier. It was shot in Brooklyn, New York. It was given the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2007 Slamdance Film Festival.

Christopher, a lonely and plain man, finds an invitation to a Halloween costume party entitled "Murder Party", on the street. Constructing a knight costume out of cardboard, he makes his way to Brooklyn to attend the party, only to discover it is actually a trap set by a group of deranged art students. The art students are costumed as a goth/vampire, a werewolf, a zombie cheerleader, Daryl Hanna's replicant character from Blade Runner, and a Baseball Fury from The Warriors (film). They intend to commit a murder as a piece of artwork to impress their wealthy and sinister patron.

THE MIST, one of my favourite movies ever!

Next one is a Gore Comedy: THE FEAST

aah, my all time favourite: TWO THOUSAND MANIACS
Two Thousand Maniacs! is a low budget 1964 splatter film directed and written by Herschell Gordon Lewis. It is the second part of what the director's fans have dubbed "The Blood Trilogy," including Blood Feast (1963) and Color Me Blood Red (1965). The film has since become known as a classic of the drive-in theater era.

The film is known for its scenes of full color gore and torture, as well as for B-movie type direction and acting. The film and its director attracted a cult following, largely due to the over the top quality of the violence and the villains. The film starred 1963 Playboy Playmate Connie Mason. It was remade in 2005 as 2001 Maniacs, starring film actor Robert Englund.

And to end with, the film that scared me alot when i was a child. I was so damn terrified. Wasn't afraid of Freddy but this movie, djeez...


Yes, i've chosen for movies that are different from others. Most people will show you the real classic horror movies but mine are well, just quite fun to watch. They are gazillions of other movies that i could show you but let's leave it for now. Have a Great Halloween!

The Raging Rape Of Lucas Continues....

George Lucas hasn’t made enough money of the same 6 films yet so instead of moving ahead with something new, he has ordered all 6 Original films converted to 3D which may take up to 7 years to complete.
Then someone reminded Papa Smurf that he owns more than one franchise. So now Indiana Jones is getting the 3D treatment too.
George Lucas has been down in the dumps, suffering form what psychologists call “Avatar Envy.” In order to combat the crippling mental illness, the famed director ordered the entire Star Wars saga converted to 3D. Rumor has it that this treatment failed to have the desired effect, so Lucas is taking the 3D axe to the Indiana Jones films, as well.

They're Taking the Hobbits to ...New Zealand? WOOOOO

The Battle for Middle Earth has resolved and the false bravado and posturing of the few has been overturned by the passion and clear headed logic of the many.
The Hobbit will be filmed in New Zealand.
WorstPreviews quotes New Zealand Prime Minister John Key:

“An agreement has been reached between the New Zealand government and Warner Bros that will enable the two ‘Hobbit’ movies to be directed by Sir Peter Jackson to be made in New Zealand,” he said during a press conference. “We will be moving to ensure that New Zealand law in this area is settled to give film producers like Warner Bros the confidence they need to produce their movies in New Zealand.”
I bet those Union reps are feeling like crap now that their little gamble to get “fair” treatment of their membership.
Peter Jackson responded fairly and bluntly that they were out of line making these demands and illustrated how his production went above and beyond the standards that they were holding the film hostage for, and decided to call their bluff.
The threat to take the production elsewhere widened some eyes. The rabble rose up and toppled their representation pleading for PJ to keep the production on their humble shores.
Which is exactly what Peter Jackson and Weta wanted in the first place.

Lucasfilm Denies New Trilogy News

Star Wars fans everywhere were indifferent to the rumour that George Lucas plans on writing a new Star Wars trilogy for a cinematic release (after he is done tinkering with the 3D sagas) but the official statment says its not true.
Word had it that he would leap ahead to a time beyond the novels (currently telling stories 45 years after Episode 4: A New Hope) to start a new tale that wont involve the Skywalker line.

So, be sure to file this rumor under “just in case,” but IESB – who has been known to have connections at Lucasfilm in the past – is currently reporting that Lucas is “plotting to create” new Star Wars movies which would be released after the six three 3D re-releases and would take place far in the future, not relating to the Skywalkers. “This is, of course, completely false,” Lucasfilm spokesman Josh Kushins wrote to Wired. “George Lucas has plenty of projects to keep him busy right now — including plenty of Star Wars projects — but there are no new Star Wars feature films planned.”
This of course is the official statement.

This would not be the first time that George has gone back on his word. He claimed they would never make the prequels, then while creating the special editions he announced they were next up on his plate. Then he said he was done creating Star Wars stories and we get the Clone Wars animated series, and a planned  ive action TV series (that already has a reported 100 episode run ready to go)
Would he do Star Wars again? I think its niave to assume he will ever stop. Right now the offical statement is debunking the rumour, but you know that after he gets all knee deep in remastering his original films in 3D, he very well could carry on.

 Will it be like this?

Sorry but i didn't had alot of time to rejoice us into the Last Exploitation Week or even work on my blog. So you'll get a double post tomorrow ;)

Exploitation Extober: The Spaghetti Western Special!

We are meeting again in this luxurious, refreshing place. Yes, i have changed a few things to make it a bit more enjoyable. It seems that Today is quite an awesome day! Blizzcon is starting today( check the link to follow it: and it's CAPSLOCK DAY SO I WILL YELL TO YOU ALL THE TIME! DO YOU UNDERSTAND?!!!!!

Nah, i won't. But what i will do is showing you the best Spaghetti Westerns ever made in this quite remarkable Special!
But lets end the week with one more Nazisploitation video! Yes, the Grindhouse trailer from Rob Zombie!


 So, with that done, we can finally concentrate on the real deal! I hereby welcome you the Wild West, a lawless country full of scum, criminals and murderous bandits. But, there is always one good person running around...

Lets start with my personal favourite: Duck You Sucker!/ Giu La Testa/ A Fistful Of Dynamite

The setting is 1913 Mexico at the time of the Revolution. Juan Miranda (Rod Steiger), a Mexican outlaw (James Coburn), an early Irish Republican explosives expert on the run from the British. Noting his skill with explosives, Juan relentlessly tries to make him join a raid on the Mesa Verde national bank. John in the meantime has made contact with the revolutionaries and intends to use his dynamite in their service. The bank is hit as part of an orchestrated revolutionary attack on the army organized by Doctor Villega . Juan, interested only in the money, is shocked to find that the bank has no funds and instead is used by the army as a political prison. John, Juan and his family end up freeing hundreds of prisoners, causing Juan to become a "great, grand, glorious hero of the revolution".


+ Ennio Morricone's soundtrack is the most glorious and unforgettable score ever. The soundtrack is as epic and truly wondrous as anything Morricone ever did. It was never released in The US.
+ The chemistry between Rod Steiger and James Coburn is just delightful. These roles were normally for Eastwood and Wallach, and you do notice this but they really made the characters unique and diferent.
+ REAL EXPLOSIVES!!!! No special effects used like in these days but they worked with the real blast.
+ It's a political western, and does let you think, but dont worry, there's plenty of amusement!

- The film was originally released in the United States in 1972 as Duck, You Sucker!, and ran for 121 minutes. Many scenes were cut because they were deemed too violent, profane or politically sensitive, including a quote from Mao Zedong about the nature of revolutions and class struggle.Theatrical prints were generally of poor quality and it didn't succeed in gaining press notice. In part because of this, United Artists reissued the film under the new name of A Fistful of Dynamite.

So you guys probably don't know this movie because it had a political message and Americans back then didn't like the message, to say it simple. It's one of the most underrated westerns of all time! 


Did the first trailer just blow you off your feet?  Well, we wont stop! The next one is a really special one, because it features my favourite actor: Henry Fonda. Aah, Yes! I am confusing you with "the other one", also from Leone. Please, people, be patient!First it's My Name Is Nobody

My Name is Nobody is a 1973 Spaghetti Western comedy film. The film was directed by Tonino Valerii and, in some scenes, by Sergio Leone.It was written by Leone, Fulvio Morsella and Ernesto Gastaldi. Leone was also the uncredited executive producer. The cast includes Terence Hill, Henry Fonda, and Jean Martin.

Jack Beauregard (Henry Fonda) is a tired, aging legendary gunslinger who just wants to retire in peace in Europe to get away from young gunmen constantly trying to test themselves against the master. The film opens with three rascals ambushing Beauregard in a barbershop. After Beauregard has dispatched them, the barber's son asks his father if there is anyone in the world faster than Beauregard, to which the barber replies "Faster than him? Nobody!" 'Nobody' (Terence Hill) idolizes Beauregard and wants to see him die in a blaze of glory going against the infamous Wild Bunch singlehanded. The Wild Bunch are a gang of bandits who launder their loot of stolen gold via a fake goldmine. The owner sends them after Beauregard because the latter's now-dead brother was in on the deal.

+ Leone directed several scenes of the film, including the opening scene and the final showdown with the Wild Bunch, but Tonino Valerii was the overall director. 
+ Morricone
+ By the 1970s, the spaghetti Western had almost become a parody of itself. Slapstick parodies of the genre were becoming more popular. Sergio Leone and his team decided that if anyone was going to make the ultimate "joke" version of the genre, they should be the ones. Terence Hill was cast not only for box-office, but because he had in a short time become something of an icon of the genre. With the casting of the classic Westerner Henry Fonda, the contrast between the old and new (dying) West was clear.
- None

I have nothing to say about one of the best spaghetti westerns ever made.

And now we have come to the real HIGHLIGHT of this Special! Do i need to introduce the movie? It's  
Once Upon A Time In The West
 is a 1968 Italian epic spaghetti western film directed by Sergio Leone for Paramount Pictures. It stars Henry Fonda cast against type as the villain, Charles Bronson as his nemesis, Jason Robards as a bandit, and Claudia Cardinale as a newly widowed homesteader with a past as a prostitute. The screenplay was written by Leone and Sergio Donati, from a story devised by Leone, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Dario Argento. The widescreen cinematography was by Tonino Delli Colli, and Ennio Morricone provided the film score.In 2009, it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant and will be preserved for all time.

And i'm skipping WHY IS THIS SO AWESOME because you all know why. If you don't, go buy the dvd and enjoy!

Ah cmon, people, one more!  This is truly another masterpiece. Not from Leone this time. 
The Great Silence
The Great Silence, is an Italian spaghetti western. It is widely considered by critics as the masterpiece of director Sergio Corbucci and is one of his better known movies, along with Django. Unlike most conventional and spaghetti westerns, The Great Silence takes place in the snow-filled landscapes of Utah during the Great Blizzard of 1899.
The movie features a score by Ennio Morricone and stars Jean-Louis Trintignant as Silence, a mute gunfighter with a grudge against bounty hunters, assisting a group of outlawed Mormons and a woman trying to avenge her husband (one of the outlaws). They are set against a group of ruthless bounty hunters, led by Loco (Klaus Kinski).

+ Tired of seeing deserts? Theres Snow in this one!
+ Morricone
+ Is considered a cult film that is convincing because of its complexity. In fact, while the political aspect has sometimes overlooked in subsequent decades, the film is still looked at by many as a high water mark for the Euro-western genre.
+Reportedly, Jean-Louis Trintignant only agreed to play in a spaghetti western under the condition that he did not have to learn any lines for the role. That's why the main character conveniently 
  became a mute in the story.
- Hard to find in stores :( 

Well, this is the end of our special. I could show you ALOT more,

I hope you have enjoyed this Spaghetti Western Special! See you and have a great weekend!

You'll never laugh with a Clown again....

Eli Roth has created a teaser trailer for a movie that doesn’t exist yet.

This is possibly a publicity bid to get the project off the ground much like the fake trailers in the Grindhouse films seem to be spawning some really awesome instant classics.
Seems like a new "IT" has risen to the screen. Anyways, will this become the norm? First make a trailer of a movie, hope some producers and film distributors jump on it? Anyway, enjoy the trailer

Exploitation Extober Carsploitation and Spaghetti Westerns

We returned with some more Exploitation. One week and three days and it's Halloween.
So next week we will honor Halloween and release a shitstorm of old and new movies that have shocked the world then and now. We will be prepared!

But for this week, we continue with Carsploitation and my personal favourite: Spaghetti Westerns. This Friday will be a complete Spaghetti Western Special so hold your horses!

We'll start off with a famous "Carsploitation" movie. If you haven't seen it, shame on you!

The Blues Brothers is a 1980 American musical comedy film directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, characters developed from a musical sketch on the NBC variety series Saturday Night Live.

The story is a tale of redemption for paroled convict Jake (Belushi) and his brother Elwood (Aykroyd), who take on "a mission from God" to save from foreclosure the Catholic orphanage in which they grew up. To do so they must reunite their rhythm and blues band, The Blues Brothers, and organize a performance to earn $5,000 to pay the tax assessor. Along the way they are targeted by a destructive "mystery woman", Neo-Nazis, and a country and western band—all while being relentlessly pursued by the police.

Next one is a real Carsploitation, for fans of the seventies'cars:

Two-Lane Blacktop is a 1971 road movie directed by Monte Hellman, starring singer-songwriter James Taylor, Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson, Warren Oates, and Laurie Bird. Esquire magazine declared the film its movie of the year for 1971, and even published the entire screenplay in its April, 1971 issue, but the film was not a commercial success. The film has since become a cult classic. Brock Yates, organizer of the Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash (better known as the Cannonball Run) cites Two-Lane Blacktop as one source of inspiration for the creation of the race, and commented on it in his Car and Driver column announcing the first Cannonball.

Two-Lane Blacktop is notable as a time capsule film of U.S. Route 66 during the pre-Interstate Highway era, and for its stark footage and minimal dialogue. As such it has become popular with fans of Route 66. Two-Lane Blacktop has been compared to similar road movies with an existentialist message from the era, such as Vanishing Point, Easy Rider, and Electra Glide in Blue.

Now, my favourite genre! I examined alot of the Spaghetti Westerns because i wanted to make a short film about it. It went pretty well and for me, it's got that Leone feeling so i'm really happy! The Spaghetti Westerns were terrorised by the crappy dubbing as most of the films we're Italian. What really makes these movies is the soundtrack and the music. If you aren't touched by the music, you are a huge douche. Luckily today's technology gave us alot of new releases with this problem fixed! Let's "present" you the most famous one first, if you haven't seen it, i'll hang, burn, decapitate, roast, shoot you six times with a revolver, throw your body in a coffin, rope the coffin, walk through a lone mud pile and shoot every red headed motherfucker on the way. After saying this, i wanna show TWO of the best.

I dont even give an introduction to this one: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Next one is The Big Gundown
The Big Gundown (Italian title: La resa dei conti - roughly The Settling of Accounts) is a 1966 spaghetti western directed by Sergio Sollima and starring Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian.

Some critics, such as Leonard Maltin, consider the film one of the finest spaghetti westerns, second only to Sergio Leone's "Dollars Trilogy". It was the first film Van Cleef made following The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) and was his first leading man or hero role. Tomas Milian played Cuchillo, a charming rogue accused of rape and murder. Van Cleef as Jonathan Corbett hunts him down to help further his own political ambitions.

More of the Westerns on Friday! I LOVE EM!! Also, i changed the layout to make it a bit nicer!

New Kids Turbo

You dont know the New Kids? Offcourse you don't! It's a Dutch Comedy Series that started in 2007. The first season was only watchable on the internet but it became a huge hit with 2,5 million watchers. So Comedy Central took over and released their Three Seasons on the telly. The "New Kids Wave" came to Belgium with this song:
It was another great hit, the seasons were showed on TV in Belgium and now it has been released onto German Television( Comedy Network Germany). Maybe it will conquer Europe and the US ;D. It is your task!

5 retarded friends who lurk around in their little town, drinking beer, doing drugs, terrorising people and being even more retarded.

Now The News! On 9 December their movie will be released and i must say, it's KICK ASS. If you don't understand Dutch, no problem! It's all about the action! ENJOY :D

Exploitation Extober: Notorious Nazi's and Constructive Carsploitation

Welcome back everyone to our weekly Exploitation Extober. I started this blog 10 October but i can't show you all films in all genres. What i am planning to do is to create a new blog, all about Exploitation Films. I'll search much further and even give reviews about these exploitation films. Also, I'm on smallband so i can't barely watch youtube clips.Will be solved wednesday.

But let's continue! This week will be quite a special one, I will show you some Nazisploitation, Carsploitation and some others. It won't be like last week. More genres in different trailers.

Nazi exploitation is a subgenre of exploitation film and sexploitation film that involves villainous Nazis committing criminal acts of a sexual nature often as camp or prison overseers in World War II settings. Most follow the standard women in prison formula, only relocated to a death camp or Nazi brothel, with an added emphasis on sadism, gore, and degradation.

The most famous one and a really must see is:
lsa, She Wolf of the SS is a 1974 Nazi exploitation film produced in the USA. The film was directed by Don Edmonds, produced by David F. Friedman and written by Jonah Royston.It starred Dyanne Thorne as "Ilsa,"

Ilsa is also portrayed as a buxom woman with a voracious sexual appetite for men. Every night she chooses another one of her male prisoners and rapes him. Due to her insatiable hunger, she gets disappointed when her current victim eventually ejaculates, and promptly has him castrated and put to death. Only an American prisoner, who can withhold ejaculating, manages to use her weakness to his favor.

The next one is seen as a cult classic, as it represents the beginnings of a series of exploitation films about women in prison in the 1970s, such as Women in Cages (1971) and The Big Bird Cage (1972), both of which made Pam Grier a recognizable name in the genre. It is also the first in the Nazi exploitation genre of concentration camp movies.

Love Camp 7 is a 1969 U.S. women-in-prison B-movie directed by Lee Frost and written by Wes Bishop and Bob Cresse, the latter of whom also acts as a sadistic camp commandant. The movie follows two female British officers (played by Maria Lease and Kathy Williams) who volunteer to enter a Nazi camp undercover in order to gain information from, and possibly rescue, an inmate. The camp's female inmates serve as prostitutes for German officers and are subjected to humiliating treatment, torture, and rape. The movie shows female full frontal nudity for a majority of the film.

Alrighty, next on is Carsploitation. There's one movie that you'll know from this genre. It's Quintin Tarantino's Death Proof! I must admit it's not his best movie. It's probably last in line of all Tarantino movies. But still Tarantino's Standards are quite high. All explanation is in the trailer.

The last one of today is Death Race 2000!
Death Race 2000 is a 1975 American cult science fiction action film directed by Paul Bartel, and starring David Carradine, Simone Griffeth and Sylvester Stallone. The film takes place in a dystopian American society in the year 2000, where the murderous Transcontinental Road Race has become a form of national entertainment. 

Yes, the remake was Death Race, released on 22 August 2008. Make your choice, which one is better? The Original or The Remake? Mine is the original, i just fucking love David Carradine!

Weekly overview

This is our weekly overview to make it easy for our beloved visitors.

And remember, next week is another Exploitation week! So hold on to your F5-button and unleash hell into the third empire ;)

'The Hobbit' Gets Its Greenlight

“The Hobbit” is now greenlit and will begin principal photography in February 2011, MGM, Warner Brothers, and New Line, have confirmed.Peter Jackson will direct the two-part film.
“Exploring Tolkien’s Middle-earth goes way beyond a normal film-making experience” Jackson said in a statement, "It’s an all-immersive journey into a very special place of imagination, beauty and drama. We’re looking forward to re-entering this wondrous world with Gandalf and Bilbo -- and our friends at New Line Cinema, Warner Brothers and MGM."

Peter Jackson has agreed to direct the film in addition to producing and writing the two-part project.
In the agreement completed this week, Jackson's deal was finalized and MGM and Warner Brothers agreed to give the project its long-awaited greenlight.
The greenlight means that millions of global fans for the revered J.R.R. Tolkien property can look forward to a prequel to ‘The Lord of the Rings,’ which was one of the most successful movie franchises in movie history.

Jackson was already on board to write and produce "The Hobbit." But because of financial turmoil at MGM, which owns half of the franchise together with Warners' New Line Cinema, the project became one of the most torturous in Hollywood history.
Sets have already been built in New Zealand, and actors - including Sir Ian McKellan - have been on hold for months.
Martin Freeman has been rumored to play Bilbo Baggins.
With the logjam finally broken, production will begin in February.
However, the individual said that labor issues related to the production have still not been resolved, and negotiations will continue with the Screen Actors Guild. The union flap involves whether the production would use Screen Actors Guild members or not.
About $30 million has already been spent on the project, the first part of which is scheduled to hit theaters Dec. 19, 2012.

Exploitation Extober! The Blaxpendables for the last time!

I'm getting really into this. Even invented a new title for my own short film now! The Blaxpendables: Michael Jai White, The Rock, Jamie Foxx, Wesley Snipes, Denzel Washington, Laurenece Fishburne, Samuel L. Jackson and Morgan Freeman, in a new 70's Blaxploitation story based on The Expendables. The Blaxpendables: They're Bold, Buffed and Badass.

Alright, let's get this done! This is the last round of this week's Exploitation! Next week we continue with two new genres. I'm dropping Nunsploitation because there aren't many/not really awesome enough.

The first one is the most recent one and it truly kicks alot of ass! It was released in 2009 and has alot of punchlines: He's super bad. He's outta sight. He's Black Dynamite!

Black Dynamite is the story of 1970s African-American action legend Black Dynamite. The Man killed his brother, pumped heroin into local orphanages, and flooded the ghetto with adulterated malt liquor. Black Dynamite was the one hero willing to fight The Man all the way from the blood-soaked city streets to the hallowed halls of the Honky House.

Next one is even better. It has one of the BEST soundtracks ever made! Really awesome!

Two Black bounty hunters, "Boss Nigger" and Amos (Williamson and D'Urville Martin), ride into a small Western town in pursuit of fugitive Jed Clayton (William Smith). When they discover that the town has no sheriff, "Boss Nigger" takes that position for himself after outsmarting the cowardly white mayor.

And this is the soundtrack with more epicness

And we end our last Exploitation Blaxploitation with Black Caesar!
Black Caesar is a 1973 American blaxploitation film, starring Fred Williamson and Gloria Hendry. The film was written and directed by Larry Cohen. It is a remake of the 1931 film Little Caesar. It features a notable musical score (Black Caesar) by James Brown, his first experience with writing music for film. A sequel titled, Hell Up in Harlem was released in late 1973.

And that was it! We are done with Blaxploitation! Hopefully you all enjoyed this awesome week between the nuns, guns and blacks! We return with two new themes, but only next week. Have a GREAT weekend, ladies and gentlemen!

In a new shaggadelic 3D Experience! Yeah Baby!

Yes, i can imagine that this could be the opening line of Austin Powers 4. Mike Myers is working on it and i am truly waiting for more Dr.Evil!

Austin Powers is set to return to the big screen sometime in the future. Director Jay Roach confirmed this during an interview with MTV News.

“Mike is working on ideas for it, people are definitely talking about it and I'm all good for it,” Roach said. He said that Austin would be going “somewhere you haven’t thought of” in the next film.

This comes after years of speculation that Powers would be returning to the big screen. Three years ago Myers said at the Shrek The Third premiere that the movie was in development. The last news on the project came in July of 2008 when Myers did an interview saying that he was working on the script for the fourth installment and the movie was “really about Dr. Evil and his son. It should be released sometime in 2010.”

Well, it’s 2010 and the movie still isn’t here. It’s not unusual for comedies to have long gaps between them as evidenced by Little Fockers, which is set to be released this summer six years after Meet The Fockers hit theaters.

Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me, has also been supportive of recent years of a fourth installment, encouraging Myers to speed up the process on a script. The last Austin Powers film, Goldmember, was released in 2002.

Exploitation Extober! The Blaxx and the Nuns

Good day everybody! We are back with a new round of Grindhouse Exploitation Trailers!
I will show you some of the greatest movies ever made in history of mankind(well, in the grindhouse cinema ;D). We start with rather unknown genres and end with the big shot exploitation films!

Alright, lets start! We're going to double the amounts of trailer so you can have more fun.Today's genre in Blaxploitation is HORROR. This is an easy genre and has quite some cultfans. We start with the wellknown Blacula!

Blacula is a 1972 American blaxploitation horror film produced for American International Pictures. It was directed by William Crain and stars William Marshall in the title role. Blacula was the first film to win the "Best Horror Film" award at the 1972 Saturn Awards


Pretty awesome right? Well i got ANOTHER one ready!
Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde is a 1976 blaxploitation horror film. It was loosely inspired by the novella, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. The film stars Bernie Casey and Rosalind Cash.

Our next genre is the nunploitation. These might be the last that i will show. Nunsploitation has alot of sex in it and i know, most of the guys are waiting for it but i ain't showing this here. If this Exploitation Event is a great succes, i might consider opening a new blog with Everything, even the pornography but you won't find it here.Other great Nuns movies are Flavia The Heretic and School Of The Holy Beast.

Lets start with Killer Nun! I must admit it has quite a catchy soundtrack!
Killer Nun (Also known as Suor Omicidi, or Deadly Habits) (1978) is an Italian nunsploitation film directed/co-written by Giulio Berruti and co-written by Alberto Tarallo. The film was originally banned in Britain in 1983, but was subsequently re-released in DVD format there in 2006, after changes in British censorship policy. So it has alot of sex-scenes ;D

Alrighty! The last one of today is again a fake, but pretty damn awesome!

So that's it for today. The last day That the Blacks and the Nuns are ruling this blog, will be on Friday! I can already say that one of the trailer will have a HILARIOUS AND REAL CATCHY SOUNDTRACK! 

Dr. Raymond Stantz talks about the bustin business

Dan Aykroyd gave this comment on a promotional event of his Crystal Head Vodka.
He has been a strong supporter of a third Ghost Busters film for a while now.
The reporter wanted to know how Aykroyd felt about the disparaging comments Bill Murray has made about the writing team currently trying to tempt him with a script for Ghost Busters 3.

He was talking about the writers from Year One, and I think he was reacting to the box-office success and the general public view of the film, which in my view was a very serviceable comedy, and in the end I think they’ll make their money back. I think he was concerned that the writing on Ghostbusters 3 by these guys would not be up to standard, but I can tell you firsthand, I’m working on the script now and those two—Stupnitsky and Eisenberg, [writer-producers of The Office]—wrote Bill the comic role of a lifetime, and the new Ghostbusters and the old are all well represented in it…we have a strong first draft that Harold [Ramis] and I will take back, and I’m very excited about working on it.

So Aykroyd is changing the script. Some sources are reporting that he is re-writing the whole thing.

3D in HP7 has been "Deletrious" and got Avada Kedrava'd

Great(or sad for the 3D-whores) news for Harry Potter fans. When you show up to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 this November, you won’t be forced to watch it in 3D. Warner Bros. Pictures has issued a statement announcing that they’re abandoning plans to post-convert the movie into the 3D format.This would lead into a bad layer. Look what happened with Clash Of The Titans.

Ok, here's the full press release:

Warner Bros Pictures has made the decision to release “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1” in 2D, in both conventional and IMAX theaters, as we will not have a completed 3D version of the film within our release date window. Despite everyone’s best efforts, we were unable to convert the film in its entirety and meet the highest standards of quality. We do not want to disappoint fans who have long-anticipated the conclusion of this extraordinary journey, and to that end, we are releasing our film day-and-date on November 19, 2010 as planned. We, in alignment with our filmmakers, believe this is the best course to take in order to ensure that our audiences enjoy the consummate “Harry Potter” experience.

Director David Yates continued, “This decision, which we completely support, underscores the fact that Warner Bros. has always put quality first.”

As scheduled, on July 15, 2011, we will deliver to conventional and IMAX theaters our final installment of the film franchise, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2,” in both 2D and 3D formats.

Let's be honest guys, we only want to see this film for Emma Watson, and we want her in!

Exploitation Month! From Black Mexican Nazi Nuns through Rape, Revenge and Slashing Ninja's

The term Exploitation is fairly unknown with the regular cinema visitors. I am starting this action with a goal: Bring fame to all those unknown B-movies, exploitation films and other misfits. It's not only gold that glitters! If your tired of seeing the newest remakes, another, glittering vampires and bad 3D dance movies that comes from the "great" nation called "Hollywood" then i recommend you watching these Exploitation Films.

So what's the plan? Every week two different genres will be shown. Every Monday and Friday I'm going to post a few really awesome exploitation trailers, to honor them! And offcourse, I'm keeping the best for last ;D.

I recall Oktober to Exploitation Extober!!

The first genres are: Blaxploitation and Nunsploitation

Blaxploitation films, are made with black actors, ostensibly for black audiences, often within a stereotypically African-American urban milieu. Beware of the black menace! We start this gracious event with The Thing with Two Heads, a true blaxx comedy!

Next one is a fake trailer made by a fan. I thought it would be a good starter! Go GO NUNS!

Spielberg want Halo Rights

The rumors are correct: Dreamworks was pushing for the Halo rights. And they are putting in Spielberg to direct it.
Get the Big Picture says:

Now, it seems this thing is really gaining some steam as NY Magazine reports that Dreamworks AND Steven Spielberg are negotiating to obtain the rights.
Spielberg is adapting the novels, not the video game storyline.

Batman gets kicked out of Gotham?

Seems like there's alot of fuzz going around Batman today. Well, here's another fact:

It was rumored that New Orleans could pass off as Gotham City for Christopher Nolan’s follow-up sequel to The Dark Knight.It’s been confirmed.
CinemaBlend reports:

We reported back in August that Warner Bros. was considering shifting the majority of principal photograph on Batman 3 to New Orleans, abandoning Chicago after filming the majority of the first two films there. Now Superhero Hype has confirmed the rumor, adding that shooting is set to begin down South starting in April.
Well, hopefully there wouldn't be any flood or otherwise we gonna need Aquaman!

Danny "Machete" Trejo in Death Race 2

This macho machete handling heavy weights champion returns in a Direct To Dvd Prequel of Death Race 2.
Are you interested in a Death Race prequel? It does not need a prequel, was pretty obvious what happened over there. One was more than enough. Even the cars are the same.

Awesome Aussie Asskicking Western

A little western movie from down under is getting a limited release on this side of the planet November 5th, and a trailer is online.

RED HILL follows young police officer Shane Cooper (Ryan Kwanten) as he relocates to the small country town of Red Hill with his pregnant wife Alice (Claire van der Boom) to start a family. But when news of a prison break sends the local law enforcement officers – led by the town’s ruling presence, Old Bill (Steve Bisley) – into a panic, Shane’s first day on duty rapidly turns into a nightmare. Enter Jimmy Conway (Tom E. Lewis), a convicted murderer serving life behind bars, who has returned to the isolated outpost seeking revenge. Now caught in the middle of what will become a terrifying and bloody confrontation, Shane will be forced to take the law into his own hands if he is to survive.