The first trailer is out for Clowntergeist and I don’t think people with Coulrophobia should go see it. Unless it is a therapy thing. Could you imagine some doctor using this as a therapy tool? I am sadist and even I think that would be going too far. I mean, I am not even afraid of clowns, and this movie is giving me the fears.
If this trailer hasn’t scarred you enough, then the poster will. Want to see it, then click here!
To me the best horror movies were made in the ’80s, so seeing Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween reimagined as though it was made 30 years ago makes me want to see the horrody even more when it comes out this Friday.
Now I could be feeling that way because of that cheesy music from that era which is totally hypnotizing me. They don’t make scores like that any more which is really sad because they made those movies…even better.
Ever since you saw the trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie, you have been waiting for Screen Junkies to give it the Honest Trailer treatment. The wait is finally over and good things come to those who wait. Unlike most of their past work, they didn’t even spend 5 minutes ripping it apart. They didn’t need that much time because they were able to do it in just a few seconds to get their message across. The message we have all been saying since they announced that they were rebooting the beloved franchise.
Most of us think that being an actress is a cushy job, and Karen Gillan showed us just how difficult it really is on the set of Jumanji. Now, that we know how tough it is, don’t you feel bad for them? I know I am sympathetic for all that they have to go through.
Side note, I still miss Selfie
Faye Dunaway earned critical acclaim for her role in Bonnie and Clyde, but most of us love her and honor her for playing Joan Crawford in Mommie Dearest. Today, she crapped all over that admiration in an interview with People according to Entertainment Tonight.
She told the magazine, “I think it turned my career in a direction where people would irretrievably have the wrong impression of me…and that’s an awful hard thing to beat.” Then she added, “I should have known better, but sometimes you’re vulnerable and you don’t realize what you’re getting into.”
The actress doesn’t understand why the biography was turned into a movie in the first place. Does that mean she is ashamed that she took on the part? She said, “But you can’t be ashamed of the work you’ve done. You make a decision, and then you have to live with the consequences.”
The consequence, I see, are fans that loved her for a role that she played to perfection.