HAPPY 94th BIRTHDAY, ROGER CORMAN!

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The legendary director/producer of countless classic exploitation and B-movies turns 94 today! Happy Birthday, Roger Corman!

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If you haven’t picked up this great book about Roger Corman’s career, YOU SHOULD! (review HERE)


-MonsterZero NJ

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IFC MIDNIGHT’S “THE WRETCHED” GETS A TRAILER and POSTER!

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Theaters may be shut down, but VOD is still going strong. As streaming and in-demand is a common release platform for IFC Midnight, their new releases will keep coming. Today the trailer and poster for The Wretched debuted and it looks like a creepy tale of something sinister going on in a small rural town. The flick is scheduled to premier on digital streaming and VOD on May 1st and is written and directed by the sibling duo of Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce. The film stars John-Paul Howard, Piper Curda, Zarah Mahler and Kevin Bigley. Check the trailer below! Spooky stuff on the way from IFC Midnight!…

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-MonsterZero NJ

Source: youtube/IFC Midnight

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FAREWELL AND R.I.P. TO LEGENDARY HORROR DIRECTOR STUART GORDON!

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STUART GORDON 1947-2020

Very sad news comes to horror fans today, a legendary genre talent has passed away, Stuart Gordon. Chicago born Gordon made a number of horror and science fiction films in his career, a few considered classics, such as Re-Animator, From Beyond, Castle Freak and the Christopher Lambert sci-fi/action flick Fortress. He was also one of the writers on the Disney comedy classic Honey I Shrunk The Kids. He is a talent that will be missed, though left a legacy that will always be remembered. Farewell and R.I.P.

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-MonsterZero NJ

Source: internet

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES MARCH 13-15

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Complete Estimates are in for the weekend box office

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to the reviews here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1. “Onward” $10.5 Million

2. “I Still Believe” $9.5 Million

3. “Bloodshot” $9.3 Million

4. “The Invisible Man” $6 Million

5. “The Hunt” $5.3 Million

6. “Sonic The Hedgehog” $2.6 Million

7. “The Way Back” $2.4 Million

8. “Call of the Wild” $2.2 Million

9. “Emma” $1.4 Million

10. “Bad Boys For Life” $1.1 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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MARVEL’S BLACK WIDOW GETS A FINAL TRAILER and NEW POSTER!

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In less than 2 months we are finally getting a solo adventure for Natasha Romanoff and the latest trailer has anticipations high. Black Widow is set to release on 5/1/20 and was directed by Cate Shortland from a script by Jac Schaeffer, David Hayter and Ned Benson. The flick stars Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Rachel Weisz as Melina Vostokoff, David Harbour as Alexei Shostakov aka Red Guardian and William Hurt returning as Thaddeus Ross. What took you so long, Marvel!?

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…and in case you haven’t seen the first trailer…

-MonsterZero NJ

Source: youtube

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FAREWELL AND R.I.P. TO THE LEGENDARY MAX VON SYDOW!

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Photo by Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times

CARL ADOLF “MAX” VON SYDOW 1929-2020

Very sad news comes to movie fans today, a bonafide cinema legend has passed away at the age of 90, the versatile Max Von Sydow. The Swiss born actor enjoyed a career that spanned seven decades with a variety of different roles and in countless classics, just a few listed in the gallery below. A personal favorite, his presence in film, especially genre films, shall be missed greatly and his legacy will live on forever. Farewell and R.I.P. Max Von Sydow.

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-MonsterZero NJ

Source: internet

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES MARCH 6-8

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Complete Estimates are in for the weekend box office

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to the reviews here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1. “Onward” $40 Million

2. “The Invisible Man” $15.15 Million

3. “The Way Back” $8.5 Million

4. “Sonic The Hedgehog” $8 Million

5. “Call of the Wild” $7 Million

6. “Emma” $5 Million

7. “Bad Boys For Life” $3 Million

8. “Birds of Prey” $2.1 Million

9. “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” $1.8 Million

10. “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising $1.5 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ACTUALS FEB 28-MARCH 1

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Complete actuals are in for the weekend box office

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to the reviews here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1. “The Invisible Man” $28.2 Million

2. “Sonic The Hedgehog” $16.2 Million

3. “Call of the Wild” $13.3 Million

4. “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising $5.8 Million

5. “Bad Boys For Life” $4.35 Million

6. “Birds of Prey” $4.1 Million

7. “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” $3.5 Million

8. “1917” $2.7 Million

9. “Brahms: The Boy II” $2.6 Million

10. “Fantasy Island” $2.3 Million

 

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FEB 21-23

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to the reviews here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1. “Sonic The Hedgehog” $26.3 Million

2, “Call of the Wild” $24.8 Million

3. “Birds of Prey” $7 Million

4. “Brahms: The Boy II” $5.9 Million

5. “Bad Boys For Life” $5.86 Million

6. “1917” $4.4 Million

7. “Fantasy Island” $4.2 Million

8. “Parasite” $3.1 Million

9. “Jumanji: The Next Level” $3 Million

10. “The Photograph” $2.8 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE ESTIMATES FEB 14-16

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Complete estimates are in for the weekend box office

(Remember, clicking the highlighted links brings you to the reviews here at The Movie Madhouse!)

1. “Sonic The Hedgehog” $57 Million

2. “Birds of Prey” $17.1 Million

3. “Fantasy Island” $12.4 Million

4. “The Photograph” $12.2 Million

5. “Bad Boys For Life” $11.3 Million

6. “1917” $8 Million

7. “Jumanji: The Next Level” $5.7 Million

8. “Parasite” $5.5 Million

9. “Doolittle” $5 Million

10. “Downhill” $4.6 Million

 

source: Box Office Mojo

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