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March 14, 2018

Alison Klayman’s latest documentary ‘Take Your Pills’ explores the use of prescription stimulants like Ritalin and Adderall as performance-enhancing drugs. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Scene Breakdown of the Day: For Vanity Fair, choreographer Sara Kawahara breaks down her work and the effects used for the triple axel scene in I, T…

While presently sharing  Spider-Man with Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony is on a mission to mine all its other superhero options. So far, the studio has greenlit movies focused on former Spidey villain Venom (this fall’s Venom) and a team-up between Black Cat and Silver Sable (2019’s Silver & Black), with a Morbius: The Living Vampire film supposedly in the wings. Now they’re looking to develop a standalone feature for Nightwatch, another Spidey-verse supporting character. According to That Hashtag Show, Sony is looking at Spike Lee to direct the movie. The filmmaker has never made a sci-fi or fantasy film, let alone a superhero movie, so this would be new territory for the guy behind Do the Right Thing and Inside Man&nbsp…Read More

Koki Shigeno’s debut doc ‘Ramen Heads’ focuses mainly on a chef whose funky broth is famous throughout Japan. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Zak Bagans, of TV’s ‘Ghost Adventures,’ tells the story of the ‘Demon House’ that messed him up. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

How has Kendrick Lamar created a paradox in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Which DC Comics actress is getting their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Which character does Tom Holland want Peter Parker to meet in the MCU? Who may have been cast as Jason Todd in the …

“I can create a parallel reality for you, with other Laura’s and other Sandro’s.” This looks like a very fun sci-fi indie. Below is the official trailer for a time travel sci-fi, romantic comedy film titled Melocotones, which translates to Peaches in Spanish, made/set in the Dominican Republic. The film also used the title Mr. Emmett & The Canned Peaches during production, though Peaches is much simpler. This sci-fi features some lo-fi tech and filmmaking tricks to make it feel more unique, including an appearance by an old 5¼-inch floppy drive. Peaches is about a guy named Diego who uses a time travel machine to try and save his relationship with his girlfriend Laura, but things get even worse when her ex shows up. The cast includes Peter Vives as Diego, Joaquín Ferreira as Sandro, María Guinea as Laura, with Frank Perozo and Ramón Langa. This really looks very cool, something about it just seems like the perfect amount of …

On the March 14, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman to talk about watching the Star Wars: The Last Jedi special features in the Water Cooler. And in Our Feature Presentation, we consider if all studios should adopt an …