The International Documentary Association (IDA) announced its nominations for the 2011 IDA Documentary Awards this week and one of my favorites ‘How To Die In Oregon’ made the featured category.
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Morgan Spurlock’s back with ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’ which attempts to show how ads and product placement have infiltrated movies and television, but we never learn how this actually works in movies. We’re still entertained as he knows what the sponsors want, especially POM Wonderful.
For more info visit: www.hollywood.com Morgan Spurlock talks about the making of his new documentary.
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival just released the Out Of Competition films that will be having their world premieres. This can sometimes be more fun than the In Competition films.
The Sundance Film Festival announced their 2011 competition lineup and here is all 115 films that were selected.
We got several calls already about ‘Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work‘ and ‘Catfish‘ getting dissed by the Academy Awards for the shortlist Best Feature Documentary category and many conspiracies are stirring up
Best movies ever got to meet Pat Tillman at a sporting even a year before his tragic death and we were really impressed with his down to earth style and just him. When he was killed, we immediately wanted to make a film of his story since we knew there was more to it than what was being reported. We were working with ESPN on this story and other projects wound up having to take precedence so we’re so glad someone made The Tillman Story before people forget him.
Best horror movies ever is agreeing with all the critics that The Last Exorcism is a pretty good film but then the ending just kills it. Even we just wish the studio or one of the producers had listened to the audiences at the Fantasia Film Festival. It could have made a good film great.
Best horror movies ever checked out Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism and we have to agree with the bulk of the critics. The Last Exorcism is a good film up until the last 5 -10 minutes and you wish Eli Roth would stop touching films. We want to like the stuff he does, but this film just needs a stronger and better ending and you’d think after them hearing this at Fantasia Film Festival they would have listened!
Best horror movies ever is now looking forward to seeing Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism. This is one of the first films that he’s getting raves for a film he didn’t direct but produced.
Best horror movies ever thought we’d treat you to the lastest trailer for Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism and then a video of the real exorcism that inspired the really well done The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
Best horror movies ever already has reviews poring in from all over for Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism. As with most Eli Roth films, the reviews are varied and widely mixed. Fanboys lover everything and anything Eli Roth does while others still call him the ‘father of torture porn’.