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Film: Blinded



02/01/13 - Our friend, Christian Vogeler needs help funding his movie. Watch this vid and then click here to throw him $5.

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Film: KahBang Film Festival Accepting Submissions


kahbang film festival submissions


01/30/13 - Submit your film here. Do it. Now. Stop being lazy.

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Film: Go See Looper. It Was Good.


09/03/12 - It's like Back to the Future meets Terminator meets The Matrix. 


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Film: Survivor Type


08/31/12 - We got a chance to go to the premiere of a short film called Survivor Type at the Bangor Opera House this past Sunday. We weren't expecting much (we randomly got free tickets through a friend), but it was actually pretty awesome. It's based on a short story by Stephen King, so sadly, because they don't own the rights to it, you'll probably never get to see it. For the high price of $1, Stephen King allowed them to make the film, but they are not allowed to make any money from it and it can't be streamed online. I guess it's still a pretty sick deal though considering they get to touch his material at all. A lot of authors would have told them to pay up or F off. They also get to submit it to festivals, so you still have a chance to see it if anyone accepts their submission.

Anyway, props to Gideon Emery for nailing this incredibly intense role. Most of his work is for voiceovers in video games like Final Fantasy and Call of Duty, but he is a trained film and TV actor as well (Takers, 90210, CSI, etc.) and definitely knocked this role out of the park. When we asked him how he felt about his character he said, "I've done a lot of different genre's and a lot of different characters over the years and this role is by far the one I am most proud of." Props to Maine Director/Producer Billy Hanson for putting this whole thing together. Did we mention Gideon eats his ear in this film? Yep. He eats his ear. He also eats some other stuff, but we'll leave it up to your imagination. 


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Film: Lawless Trailer



08/21/12 - I pretty much love any period piece about the 20's or 30's. Awesome time in American History for story telling. Can't wait to see this.


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Film: Wanna Know What The Best Movie Of 2012 Will Be?

 


06/07/12 - Django Unchained. Great director. Great actors. Great film.


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Film: Great Gatsby

 


05/29/12 - At first, I was excited for this film because I love book and I love Leonardo DiCaprio, but after watching the trailer it looks a bit bland. Also, the music selection sucks and Carey Mulligan isn't the best casting choice for my tastes. Oh well, I'm still gonna pat the $12 to go see it, so I guess they did something right. 


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Film: Moonrise Kingdom

 


05/29/12 - This is one of the best trailers I have seen in years. I can only hope that one day I can be 1/4 of the man that Bill Murray is.


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Film: Hollywood Production Companies Take Advantage Of Their Crews

 


05/13/12 - I think when an multi-billion dollar industry has Production Assistants working for $100 a day (12 to 18 hours a day), or even worse, working as an unpaid interns, something should be done. I mean, a lot of non-union sets have PA's working as grips, AC's, Art Swings and even Transpo. Most are barely awake by the end of their shifts, driving home a 15 passenger van at 4 AM full of crew. I'd love to see California and New York step up and enforce their labor laws. Bankers work 8 hour days. Accountants work 8 hour days. Most other American businesses run on an 8 hour day. Why should entertainment be any different? I'm not talking about the actors making millions. I'm talking about the people working in production on the film crew. With 30 second primetime commercial spots being sold at nearly half a million dollars, I think there is some money to go around. Why should major networks be pocketing the cash? Were the suits on set? Did they hang up the lights? No, they were probably busy banging their free interns. I hope a lot of people watch this documentary. Dirty Awesome gives Haskell Wexler two thumbs up for making his film Who Needs Sleep?


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Film: Did You Like The Hunger Games? Read The Books

 

buy the hunger games books


03/31/12 - I prefer movies over books, but hey, I'm borderline retarded. If you're not retarded like me, and you liked watching The Hunger Games, go read the books.


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