Daily Call Sheet: Netflix Eats Your Life, King Kong Movie That Never Was, More 'Star Wars'
NETFLIX USERS STREAM 3000 LIFETIMES' WORTH OF VIDEOS IN 3 MONTHS
And Hollywood thinks they can put this genie back in the bottle. Never.
DID YOU KNOW KING KONG ALMOST BATTLED FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTER?
Alternate title: Did you know the greatest movie ever almost got made?
TELEVISION SERIES THAT OUTSTAYED THEIR WELCOME
They forgot the season premiere of "Thirtysomething."
COMING SOON TO HOME VIDEO
TEXAS KILLING FIELDS, JAN 31: Anchor Bay Films is proud to announce the release of TEXAS KILLING FIELDS on both Blu-ray™ and DVD January 31, 2012. Directed by Ami Canaan Mann, produced by Michael Mann and Michael Jaffe, and based on the real life, headline-making series of unsolved murders, TEXAS KILLING FIELDS is a haunting story of two detectives and one desperate race to catch a killer. The release also contains audio commentary with Director Ami Canaan Mann and Writer Donald F. Ferrarone.
Inspired by true events, this tense thriller follows Detective Souder (Sam Worthington, Avatar, The Debt) a homicide detective in a small Texan town, and his partner, transplanted New York City cop Detective Heigh (Jeffrey Dean Morgan Starz’ “Magic City,” The Losers, The Watchmen)as they track a sadistic serial killer dumping his victims’ mutilated bodies in a nearby marsh locals call “The Killing Fields.”
THE KILLING - SEASON ONE, MAR 31: Season 1 of AMC’s critically acclaimed new show “THE KILLING” comes to Blu-ray and DVD on March 13 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. With exclusive Blu-ray and DVD features, including an extended season finale, loyal fans and new viewers alike will dive deeper into the captivating mystery and complex characters that garnered the freshman series six Primetime Emmy nominations and one Golden Globe nomination. Catch up on the show that everyone will be talking about when “The Killing” returns to AMC for season two this Spring.
LAST NIGHT'S SCREENING
Packer game, Golden Globes. I've had better nights.
SCOTTDS' EPIC LINKTACULAR
SCREEN SEX SIREN ANITA EKBERG IS PENNILESS AT AGE 80
THE CATO INSTITUTES DIGS INTO THE MPAA'S PIRACY STATISTICS AND SOPA
BAD REMAKE IDEA OF THE WEEK: 'PSYCHO' TV SERIES
HOW THE STATE OF THE MOVIE INDUSTRY IN 1991 ECHOES THROUGH TO TODAY
'SHERLOCK' SERIES 3 ALREADY CONFIRMED
STEVEN SPIELBERG DISCUSSES HIS UPCOMING PROJECTS...
...WHILE TIM BURTON DISCUSSES HIS UPCOMING PROJECTS
'STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS' SEASON 5 CONFIRMED
50 ORIGINAL (!) PROPERTIES SLATED FOR 2012
QUENTIN TARANTINO RELEASES HIS BEST OF 2011 LIST
THE 'STAR TREK' SEQUEL HAS BEGUN SHOOTING
VIDEO TRIBUTE: 'I LOVE THE SMELL OF NAPALM IN THE MORNING'
THANKS TO KICKSTARTER, MANOS: HANDS OF FATE IS GETTING A RESTORATION
A 10-STEP GUIDE TO MAKING A 'ONE LAST JOB' MOVIE
THE STORY BEHIND THE PARAMOUNT LOGO
ELTON JOHN IS EFFIN’ MAD ABOUT MADONNA SONG WIN
THE MOST OVERPLAYED GENRE IN RECENT YEARS
10 FICTIONAL POLITICIANS WE'D LIKE TO SEE TAKE OFFICE IN REAL LIFE
CLASSIC PICK FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
8:00 AM EST: Crime School (1938) -- A crusading warden sets out to improve conditions at a reform school. Dir: Lewis Seiler Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Gale Page, Billy Halop. BW-85 mins, TV-G, CC.
Marvelous B-film before Bogart became a star that reunites him with his "Dead End" co-stars, the "Dead End Kids."
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