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Now displaying: August, 2010
Aug 27, 2010
Before he was Jack Bauer, Kiefer Sutherland was David, the charismatic leader of a rebellious vampire tribe in Santa Carla, California in the first Lost Boys movie. When single mother Lucy Emerson moves to Santa Carla with her two sons, Michael and Sam, David's Star-crossed romance puts him squarely in David's sights. Directed by St. Elmo's Fire's Joel Schumacher, The Lost Boys quickly became a cult classic for its gore, its humor, and its sexy portrayal of vampires. But does it hold up over twenty years later? Listen to find out!
Aug 14, 2010
Scott Pilgrim jumps out of the comic books and onto the movie screens in Scott Pilgrim vs the World, an imaginative and fast-paced movie directed by Edgar Wright. Does this adaptation work as a movie, or does it make you wish for a game over screen? Listen in and find out!
Aug 5, 2010
When the X-Files series ended, Mulder was on the run, Scully quit the FBI, and aliens were still planning to take over the earth. Fans were left in suspense, but after a long period in development hell, the X-Files returned to the big screen in 2008 to provide fans with the answers to some of those questions. Eschewing the show's dense mythology and instead focusing on a brand new one-off adventure involving a psychic pedophile priest and organ transplants. Did a one-off X-File make for a more satisfying summer film than the last, and did it make believers of our Now Playing hosts? Listen to find out!
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