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Exhumed Films Fulci Double Feature

Posted in Film on 11/30/2012 by rogerfroilan
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Next ShowExhumed Films presents a Fulci Double Feature -Saturday Dec 15, 2012 $15 – International House
Doors at 7:30 pm, Show at 8:00pm $15
ONLINE TICKETS AVAILABLEHERE Dec 15, 2012 $15If you are tired of the same old Fulci films, join us for two less known, but amazing, non-horror films, from the Godfather of Gore.

Conquest (1983, 35mm Fulci)
Fulci’s attempt to cash in on the popularity of the 80’s Sword and Sorcery craze is exactly what you would expect – a gore and boob extravaganza complete with crazy monsters, a half naked villain, and a nearly non-existent plot held together by the aforementioned nonsense! An Exhumed favorite and a film that we have been trying to show since Day One!

Brute and the Beast (1966, 35mm Fulci – aka Massacre Time)
Franco Nero returns home to find that the entire town and even his own ranch is now run by a psychotic outlaw and his son. Now it is up to Nero and Hilton to take back the town the only way you can in the old west. Starring Franco Nero, George Hilton and Nino Castelnuovo Directed by Lucio Fulci and written by the great Fernando Di Leo

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06.1-3.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 06/04/2012 by sharonwong

Kristen Stewart’s Snow White bit into the poisonous apple of Charlize Theron’s Queen Ravenna and MIB3‘s weekend box office.  Snow White and the Huntsman shattered the mirror as in Mirror Mirror, premiering at #1 with $56.217 million which is just a few million shy from the first Snow White of 2012’s 10-weekend domestic gross of $62.911 million.  The $170 million movie opened at 3,773 theaters, appealing to a wide audience of which 52% were aged 30 years and older. Continue reading

05.25-28.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 05/29/2012 by sharonwong

Though not July 4th but Memorial Day weekend, Will Smith rejoined the summer movie season with a sequel ten years in the making.  Agents J (Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin), the men in Men in Black III, fought the aliens to win against The Avengers‘ Hulk, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Thor and Captain America.  The superheroes fell to the fellow Earth-saving duo yet they continued to dominate over second weekenders #3 Battleship ($11.05 million) and #4 The Dictator ($9.276 million), and the just released Chernobyl Diaries in the top five of the weekend box office. Continue reading

Suicide & Grindhouse…A Boston Comic Con Interview with Mike Pecci

Posted in Film, Interviews on 05/17/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels, Edited by Roger Froilan and Photos by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

Good chances are that somewhere on the interwebs you’ve come across Mike Pecci.  Whether it’s the director/photographer’s high concept photography, work with the Suicide Girls or Grindhouse Shorts film, then you’ve experienced his work.  If that wasn’t enough for his resume, Mike has filmed music videos for old school hardcore acts like Sick Of It All and Agnostic Front as well as Boston’s own hip-hop stars 7L & Esoteric.  We had the utmost pleasure speaking with Mike at Boston Comic Con this year, where he gave us a rundown of Grindhouse Shorts and teased at future work, including a documentary about Ben Templesmith. Continue reading

05.4-6.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

Posted in Box Office, Film on 05/07/2012 by sharonwong

After two weekends of Think(ing) Like a Man, audiences were thinking superheroes.  Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Joss Whedon brought together Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye to form the superhero team and the #1 movie The Avengers.  The action-adventure with a bit of sci-fi film crushed Loki and the nine top ten movies including Think Like a Man.  Steve Harvey’s non-fiction book turned romantic comedy fell to #2 and -54%, earning $8.106 million in its third weekend at 2,010 theaters.

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