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    Trailers From Hell Enters 'The Tomb of Ligeia'

    Roger Corman bids farewell to his Edgar Allan Poe series with a beautifully mounted departure from the heavy stylization of previous entries, played more like a gothic romance.

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    Venice Review: Joe Dante's 'Burying the Ex' is a Loving Homage to B-Movies

    The B-movie director's zombie romcom has more on its mind than just the return of the dead.

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    Venice Film Festival Interview: Joe Dante Talks His New Film 'Burying the Ex,' 'Gremlins 3' And Superhero Movies

    Joe Dante is one of those wonderful directors who makes movies far too infrequently. The filmmaker behind "Gremlins," "Innerspace," and "The 'Burbs" hasn't released a feature film since 2009's woefully overlooked 3D extravaganza "The Hole." But that's about to change with "Burying the Ex," a pitch b...

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    Venice Review: Joe Dante’s ‘Burying The Ex’ Starring Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene And Alexandra Daddario

    A hard film to hate, but an even harder one to defend, Joe Dante’s throwback zombie comedy “Burying the Ex” is a completely unreconstructed B-movie that is perfectly happy to breeze by on charm, nostalgia and the attractiveness of its leads. We’d be happy to give a wholehearted pass were it not for ...

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    Watch: First Clip & Photos From ‘Burying The Ex,’ Joe Dante Says He’s Not Involved In Any ‘Gremlins’ Reboots

    Backed by Steven Spielberg in the 1980s, filmmaker Joe Dante would go on to make some incredible touchstones of cinema from that decade, including “The Howling,” “Gremlins,” it’s sequel, the cult-classic “The ‘Burbs,” “Explorers” and more. The ‘90s and aughts couldn’t quite live up to his incredible...

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    30 Years Later: Ranking The Movies Of Summer 1984

    Friday, June 8th, 1984 was quite a day. Homosexuality was decriminalized in New South Wales, Australia; an F5 tornado struck the town of Barnevald, Wisconsin, USA, destroying 90% of it; President Ronald Reagan attended a summit in London; the Celtics beat the Lakers 121-103 to take a 3-2 lead in the...

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    30 Years Of 'Gremlins': How Steven Spielberg Ushered In The Era Of PG-13 Blockbuster Entertainment

    30 years ago, Steven Spielberg—still some way from his 38th birthday—was at the height of his power. He had invented the modern blockbuster in “Jaws,” re-invented the old-school adventure in “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” perfected the family movie in “E.T.,” united all these things for “Close Encounter...

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    And the Awards For Horror Go to Elijah Wood, Joe Dante, 'Ghost Train' and More at the 2014 Stanley Film Festival

    "The Stanley Film Festival exists to bring horror lovers together," says Program Director, Landon Zakheim. This year's horror-lovers' film festival, presented by the Denver Film Society came to an end April 27th, and the winners of the Visionary Award, Master of Horror Award, Stanley Dean's Cup and ...

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    Stanley Film Festival Will Honor Joe Dante with 'Master of Horror' Award

    The Stanley Film Festival (SFF) has just announced that Joe Dante ("Gremlins," "The Howling," "Piranha") will receive the inaugural 2014 Stanley Film Festival Master of Horror award.

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