2020
09.18

Baby Yoda Sitting w/ ‘The Mandalorian’ for Season 2!

Disney+ has released a first trailer for season two of The Mandalorian, its hit original Star Wars series from producer, writer, and creator Jon Favreau. Set to premiere Oct. 30, the 2020 Emmy-winning series finds our shiny hero (Pedro Pascal) on an extended baby (Yoda) sitting mission while kicking ass in a galaxy far away.

Directors this season include Jon Favreau (Iron Man), Peyton Reed (Bring It On), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), actors-turned directors Bryce Dallas Howard and Carl Weathers, the awesome Dave Filoni (“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”), and his fashion twin, superstar helmer, Robert Rodriguez (Desperado).

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2020
09.10

Michael Gross Left Out of ‘Dune’ Remake!

Warner Bros. has released an epic trailer for director Denis Villeneuve’s (Blade Runner 2049) eagerly anticipated adaptation of novelist Drank Herbert’s bestseller Dune, starring Timothee Chalamet (Lady Bird), Javier Bardem, Jason Momoa, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, and stunners Zendaya and Rebecca Ferguson.

The trailer is eye-popping, the casting impressive, and the story…well, the story seems as dull as the 1984 version. Maybe, if it’s not too late, they could throw in Michael Gross in the cast and have him teach everyone how to fight and flee from them Tremors-looking worms!

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2020
08.29

Jemma Dallender, the pretty brunette ball-buster from rape/revenge sequel I Spit On Your Grave 2, once again finds herself in a doozy of a dilemma in Cleopatra Entertainment’s Daddy’s Girl. The kinky thriller stars Dallender as an emotionally compromised accomplice in her sadistic stepfather’s brutal murder spree.

Costas Mandylor, revisiting his SAW villainy days, plays Dallender’s stepdad, a vicious predator who uses his hot stepdaughter to lure other young babes back to his dungeon where he makes her watch as he torments and slaughters them.

With its engaging leads, provocative plot, and gruesomeness, Daddy’s Girl looks absolutely riveting and reminds us of Stevan Mena’s awesome Malevolence 2: Bereavement—about a serial killer who abducts a small boy to groom into a monster. Available Sept. 29 on DVD and Oct. 2 on VOD.

Dallender’s I Spit On Your Grave 2′ was featured in Clatto’s list of The 10 Sexiest Horror Film of 2013.

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2020
08.28

Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have released a new trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, the unexpectedly whimsical sequel to the 2017 blockbuster original, starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian superhero stunner.

Set in the 80s, the film pits our sexy hero up against The Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), a ridiculous villain who looks like a cross between Cheetos’ Chester Cheetah and something out of last year’s horrendous Cats adaptation. Seriously, the effects look awful.

What doesn’t look awful is, of course, Gadot, who continues to sport the skimpiest costume of today’s prudish heroines. It’s impossible not to think of what is going on underneath that skirt while she jumps, fights, and twirls to save the day and this silly movie.

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2020
08.28

Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn in Warner Bros.’ The Suicide Squad, a reboot of the much maligned 2016 original from once promising director David Ayer. Hollywood degenerate James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) is now at the helm, a fortunate turn for the studio, following Gunn’s temporary firing by Disney for his string of disturbing pedophile tweets on Twitter.

Robbie, who last played Harley Quinn in the buffoonish and extremely unsexy Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, is looking much hotter in the new film, described as a gritty 70s war movie, featuring our band of misfit anti-heroes (but her Ayer Suicide Squad boot shorts will be terribly missed).

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2020
08.23

Warner Bros. released The Justice League in 2017 and it was dubbed a turd faster than a speeding bullet. The reason, it’s largely believed, was due to helmer Zack Snyder handing the flick over to Avengers director Joss Whedon when personal tragedy struck. Whedon shit the bed and DC was left with a mess in its hands.

Geeks clamored for what soon became known as the Snyder cut of the film and HBO Max has come to the rescue, announcing a 2021 release of Snyder’s Justice League, minus Whedon’s stank, as a four-hour series on its streaming service. Here’s hoping half of that run-time is spent on slow-mo shots of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman running, jumping, and sucker punching!

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2020
08.23

Warner Bros. has released a first trailer for its eagerly anticipated caped crusader reboot The Batman, starring Twilight vamp Robert Pattinson as our new hero. Matt Reeves (Let Me In, Cloverfield) is at the helm with Paul Dano (Prisoners) as Batman nemesis The Riddler and stunner Zoe Kravitz as a young Catwoman.

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2020
08.09

Maisie Williams Meets ‘The Owners’

A trailer has gone online for the French/British indie fright film The Owners, starring “Game of Thrones” favorite Maisie Williams. Set in the early 90s, the film follows a group of young hooligans as they attempt to rob the home of a rich elderly doctor and his wife.

Things go horribly wrong, however, when the old farts turn out to be anything but vulnerable. Williams, who last earned a spot on our esteemed list of The 5 Hottest Nude Acting Performances of 2019, plays one of the thieves’ girlfriend, an otherwise sensible girl who lets herself get dragged into the ill fated heist.

On Demand Sept. 4.

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2020
08.03

AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” returns for its sixth season on Oct. 11. Showrunners are promising the show’s darkest season and the tight and creepy trailer appears to back up their words…until you realize its big, bad heavy is the ridiculously goofy Virginia (Colby Minifie), a cartoonish buffoon in a stupid hat.

“Fear the Walking Dead” continues to have the lamest villains on T.V. Remember Martha, the old, fat black lady who somehow not only survived the zombie apocalypse on her own, but proved to be an unbelievably formidable foe for Morgan and everyone who crossed her path? Virginia is the same kind of goofball.

Well, here’s hoping Morgan dies and with him the show’s bullshit pacifist nonsense. Be fun to instead be treated to a season of resident stunner Alycia Debnam-Carey kicking zombie ass with her crew of misfits (and that Maggie Grace grows her hair out!).

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2020
07.25

Megan Fox guns for a comeback in Rogue, an action thriller from director M.J. Bassett (Silent Hill: Revelation) for Lionsgate. The film stars the Hollywood stunner as a hot mercenary stranded with her unit in Africa among violent rebels and man-eating lions when her mission is fubar.

Fox, most recently seen as Machine Gun Kelly’s psycho-bitch girlfriend in his video for “Bloody Valentine,” has thrilled genre fans with roles in Michael Bay’s Transformers, the criminally underrated Jennifer’s Body, and the rightfully panned, but oh-my-God-she’s never looked-hotter, Jonah Hex.

Rogue arrives On Demand Aug. 28 and on home video Sept. 1.

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