Todd Haynes wants to do a TV series based on hippie commune, the Source Family

Get ready for the Ya Ho Wa 13 renaissance!

http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/todd-haynes-is-working-on-a-limited-tv-series-about-70s-source-family-cult-plus-first-cannes-reactions-from-carol-20150516?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed

Here’s the trailer for the documentary on which Haynes aims to base his series…

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They’re remaking the Canadian Sci-Fi thriller, Cube?!

Despite absolutely horrific acting and, at best, passable dialogue, 1997’s Cube, was a quickly paced film, that managed to look great, despite it’s financial constraints. If you can get past the aforementioned caveats, it proves an enjoyable and occasionally inventive excursion. While I usually loathe the remake/reboot, I think that this could be the rare example where it is pays off. Assuming the new team works out the original’s flaws, this could be a case of the remake improving on a good, but flawed, original.

Here’s the trailer for the original

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/lionsgate-remake-cult-sci-fi-792574

Amazing Original Vintage Pulp, Pin-Up, Comic Strip, Western, Sci-Fi, and War Art up for auction! Take a look…

Just get a gander at a few of the more popular artists represented in this collection: Alberto Vargas, Gil Elvgren, Theodore “Dr Seuss” Geisel, Charles Adams, H.R. Giger, Patrick Nagel and personal faves, Richard Powers and Robert McGinnis. While there are pieces listed in the tens of thousands, there are also pieces starting at well under $100. Even if you have no money to spend, it’s well worth your time to explore the catalog. Great works by unknown artists sit beside those of the masters of their fields.

http://fineart.ha.com/c/search-results.zx?N=50+793+794+792+2088+4294950950

Traci Lords has a new movie and it’s called, Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre

You had me at Sharkansas.

Harnessing the combined power of women In prison, creepy rednecks and scary fish with rows of serrated, replaceable teeth, Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre, is the low budget exploiter of the moment. As a bonus it reconnects Traci Lords with director, Jim Wynorski, who worked together on 1988’s cult classic, Not Of This Earth. Wynorski directed one of my favorite 80’s campy horror classics, Chopping Mall, in 1986, and has cranked out a tireless torrent of trash ever since. Clearly one for fans of SyFy network originals.


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