The Week in Original Content: 31 Columns, Interviews and Reviews

The Week in Original Content: 31 Columns, Interviews and Reviews

Nov 06, 2011

Monday, October 31st

8 Great ... Comedic Heist Movies by Alonso Duralde

Dialogue: 'American Reunion' Writer-Directors on Reviving the Franchise and Crafting a Hot, New Memorable Nude Scene (Exclusive) by Todd Gilchrist

Monday Morning Review: 'In Time' by Peter Hall

Teen Beat: Whatever Happened to 'Halloweentown's Kimberly J. Brown? by Gaby Dunn

How I Became a Romero Zombie for the Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo by Peter Hall

'The Avengers' Countdown: It's a Mighty Marvel Monster Mash by John Gholson

Gaza Filmmakers Visit Austin to Enjoy Their First Theatrical Exhibition -- So What Was the Film? by Jacob S. Hall


Tuesday, November 1st

The Good, The Bad, The Bogus: Stoner Movies by Perri Nemiroff

When Can I Watch 'Gremlins' With My Kids? by Sean O'Connell

Fiction vs. Reality: What If 'Pretty Woman' Happened in Real Life? by Joe Piccirillo

Buy Me, Rent Me, Forget Me: 'Cars 2,' 'Water for Elephants' and 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' by Robert B. DeSalvo


Wednesday, November 2nd

You Rate the Sci-Fi Films of 2011: Best Year Ever or Not Even Close? by Scott Weinberg

'Cars 2' Blu-ray Review: Plenty for Kids, Little for Parents by Peter Hall

‘The Hunger Games’ Countdown: What if Hit Girl, Neville Longbottom and Buffy Duked It Out in the Hunger Games? by Perri Nemiroff

The Conversation: Can Gus Van Sant Help Taylor Lautner's Film Cred? by Christopher Campbell

Indie Insights: ‘Killing Bono’ and ‘F Word’ Open, ‘Like Crazy’ Box Office, ‘Joe May’ Trailer by Peter Martin

Doc Talk: Excitement and Curiosity for DOC NYC and Morgan Spurlock's Launch PAD Initiative by Christopher Campbell


Thursday, November 3rd

'The Dark Knight Rises' Countdown: Winding Down, Amping Up, Playing Hard by Chris Clow

'Crazy Stupid Love' Blu-ray Review: A Winner in a Sea of Recent Lame Romantic Comedies by Peter Hall

'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' Countdown: What's Life Like at a 'Twilight' Convention? by Laura Byrne-Cristiano

Best/Worst Movie Promos of the Week: Double Dose of ‘Twilight’ Courtesy of ‘Breaking Dawn’ and ‘Warm Bodies’ by Perri Nemiroff

Girls on Film: Lindsay Lohan, Child Stars, and Cinematic Responsibility by Monika Bartyzel

Raising a Cinephile: A Love Letter to the Year 2010 by Scott Neumyer

Austin Film Festival Dispatch #2: 'Sal,' 'No Ordinary Family,' and More by Jette Kernion


Friday, November 4th

One Year Ago: Catching Up with 'Megamind,' 'Due Date,' and More by Eric D. Snider

The Conversation: First 'J. Edgar' Responses Say DiCaprio is "Exceptional" (or "Beyond") and Oscar-Worthy by Christopher Campbell

Image of the Day: 'The Dark Knight Rises' Batwing Hangs Out 40 Stories Above New York City (Exclusive) by Erik Davis

Dialogue: 'Harold and Kumar' Creators on 3D, Grown-Up Potheads and the Art of Writing a Good Sequel by Todd Gilchrist

International Trailer Domination Tour: Interesting Things Brewing in the Philippines by Todd Brown

Cine Latino: AFI’s Must-See Spanish-Language Films, Plus an Evening with Pedro Almodóvar by Elisa Osegueda

The Weekend Rent: Multiracial Buddy Cop Movies by Robert B. DeSalvo

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