Daily Archives: December 21, 2011

Bill Hicks’ Missing “Letterman” Appearance.

Not strictly movie-related, I know. But this comes as a belated Happy Birthday to the late comedian, who would have turned 50 years old this year. Over on Slate, David Hoaglund makes a persuasive argument for why Hicks still matters. … Continue reading

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New “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” Trailer Posted.

And you may ask yourself: “Do we really need a ‘Ghost Rider’ sequel?” It doesn’t matter. You’re getting one whether you want it or not. And here’s the trailer:

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What’s Your Favorite Holiday Movie?

We celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah here at Cineaste World HQ. And just about one of my favorite ways to spend the holiday is hunkered down in front of the big screen with some of my favorite holiday fare. Must-views … Continue reading

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Holy Rosebuds! Welles’ “Citizen Kane” Oscar Sells For Nearly $1M.

Yep. You read that right. The Academy Award that director Orson Welles won for his 1941 classic “Citizen Kane“ went for $861,542 at auction yesterday, The Wrap reports. The name of the winning bidder was not disclosed. But among the … Continue reading

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New “Hobbit” Trailer Posted.

The Preciousessss … It took some doing, but director Peter Jackson is finally bringing JRR Tolkien’s classic “The Hobbit” to the big screen. Here’s the skinny, via English film site HeyUGuys: “Several familiar faces return to Hobbiton and beyond with … Continue reading

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