David Quiambao

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Creative Parents Stage Dinosaur Toy Scenes, Convince Kids They’re Alive at Night

Each year, writer Refe Tuma and his wife turn the month of November into <i>Dinovember</i>–thirty days of their children's plastic dinosaur toys coming to life at night and doing as they please, or at least that's what the creative couple tells their tiny tots. Each night when the Tuma kids go to bed, …

Socially Critical Illustrations by Pawel Kuczynski

Critical Illustrations.<p>Pawel Kuczynski is an artist and illustrator from Poland. He is well known for his style and his socially critical …

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Gravity and other films that changed Hollywood for ever

Gravity is a game-changer that makes a swath of films seem redundant. Here are seven earlier movies that broke the mould – and one that didn't<p>Every now and then a film comes along that totally changes everything: whether it is expensive new technology or a cute talking pig, nothing can be the same …

David Cronenberg: Stanley Kubrick didn't understand horror

Stanley Kubrick was a "commercially minded" film-maker who failed to understand the true nature of horror when he adapted the Stephen King cult classic The Shining, according to director David Cronenberg.<p>Speaking last week at a retrospective of his own work at the Toronto film festival, the …

Samuel L. Jackson Joins '1408' Co-Star John Cusack in Stephen King's 'Cell' – /Film

<b>John Cusack</b> and <b>Samuel L. Jackson</b> are following up 2007’s <i>1408</i> with another <b>Stephen King</b> thriller. Jackson has just signed on to star with Cusack in …

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'Gravity' Comes Back to Earth; 'Ender's Game' Complicated

<i>Editor's Note: We're looking at a 'Gravity' and 'Ender's Game' box office update, 'Lovelace' on blu-ray, a 'Spider-man' tell-all, and J.J. Abrams'</i> …

Uh Oh: JJ Abrams sounds like he’s been listening to fanboys about Star Wars VII

About a month ago, I posted a widely-circulated video called “Dear JJ Abrams,” created by a <i>Star Wars</i> fan with the help of an ad agency, in which the narrator laid out a series of “rules” to “make Star Wars great again.” The rules included (I’m paraphrasing here):<p>1. The Setting is the Frontier …

'Saw 8' Is in Active Developement – /Film

After almost a decade of Jigsaw, torture and traps, the <b>Saw</b> franchise took a hiatus back in 2010. The seventh film, <i>Saw 3D</i>, was a bigger financial …

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Nymphomaniac clip removed from Youtube for breaching rules on sex and nudity

The latest teaser trailer for Lars von Trier's already much anticipated Nymphomaniac was briefly removed from Youtube earlier today, after apparently falling foul of the site's rules on nudity and sexual content.<p>The 57-second clip is the fifth such "appetizer" to be released on the film's official …

Sylvester Stallone’s paintings are touring Russia, and they’re glorious

A collection of artwork by Sylvester Stallone has gone on display at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, and not since George W. Bush painting dogs have I been this captivated by the idea of a public figure’s heretofore unknown artistic predilections. Apparently art is Sly’s first love, even …

Lionsgate Developing SAW VIII

New red-band Oldboy clips offers glimpse at the hammer fight

This new red-band clip from Spike Lee’s US remake of <i>Oldboy</i> is short and sweet, but offers a short glimpse of what Lee’s version of the iconic hammer fight sequence is going to look like. I guess you could call it a spoiler, but you knew there was no way they were going to leave out the hammer fight.<p>…

8 War Movie Mistakes

Movies must sacrifice some historical accuracy in the name of great storytelling. But here are a few places where we wish they had gotten it right.<p>Movies must sacrifice some historical accuracy in the name of great storytelling. But here are a few places where we wish they had gotten it right.