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Heated Quentin Tarantino Interview (No surprise)

Talk about an inconvenient time, the video above shows Tarantino getting heated over a British reporter asking him why he likes violence and does he think there is a link between film violence and real life violence.

No doubt the Sandy Hook murders were a cause for such conversation occurring nearly a week earlier. Put it this way, Tarantino has been doing violent films from the beginning, so when you ask the man if there is a link between film violence and real life violence, your insulting his talent, how can he be held responsible other people's actions.

I love Tarantino's films and regardless of what happens in real life, don't expect the man to answer a question that makes him look like he doesn't care what happens currently in the world today. If you don't like his films then don't watch's simple

Granted if the reporter was just looking to up the conversation with current events but come on man, anyone who knows Tarantino knows exactly what kind of interview you'll get when you ask him loaded questions.


Random SDCC photos


Hobo with a Shotgun (Review)

By simply looking at the poster, you can tell this is not your regular vigilante flick. Filled with violence, nudity, over the top obnoxious language and behaviour. Hobo with a Shotgun is an exploitation film that despite the conveniently violent dialogue, still manages to deliver a message. Set in neighborhood where violence and crime run free, Rutger Hauer plays a bum that has had enough. Couldn't help but to compare it to the crime filled streets of the past Robocop films. The blood and gore is plenty and even the main characters are put through scenes that will make you cringe. I am a bit bias to violent, in your face films such as this one but if your into to sick and crazy plots...It will not disappoint. The scenes keep you wondering as to how much more violence and gore they can squeeze into an hour and half flick (Plenty of it) Filmed on location in Canada, the look of the movie also adds to the feel, being shot in a gritty Technicolor view that does the job as far as creating that cheap grind house atmosphere. The score is also perfectly incorporated into the both the mood and pace of the film. You can catch the unrated trailer here and make sure you watch this one uncensored if not...don't bother. Let street justice prevail!



The Dungeon Master Review 

I found this short to be very entertaining. This film simply gives us an example as to why one shouldn't poke fun at another person's ambitions, be it gaming, folk lure or role-play. Directed by the Strong brothers (Shiloh and Rider) this short will hit home with RPG gaming geeks everywhere. Based on a game of Dungeons & Dragons, two friends decide to up the nostalgia by inviting a Dungeon Master to assist them in a game. The game takes a turn for the worst for the players involved...Films like these gain following especially with the upcoming Hobbit films amongst others. This Tribeca Film Festival Short can be streamed via Tribeca's online streaming room here. 4 out of 5 stars for me.


Schwarzenegger's Comeback

Now that Arnold Schwarzennegger has been out of office for two months, rumors have been circulating about his return to film. Obvious possible comeback films could include another Predator film, Terminator or a True Lies 2 which was brought up in an interview with Entertainment Weekly in which Arnold says the following.

""The idea of a 'True Lies' sequel has been around since the early 2000s, but then 9/11 happened and we didn't do it because it had to do with a terrorist attack. A lot of terrorist-type scripts were cancelled back then, but now they are emerging again because there hasn't been a terrorist attack in the last 10 years. Then, of course, there's dialogue about me getting back into the Terminator thing. But you know, I've been out of office only two months now. I couldn't be thinking about doing 'Terminator 16' while I was still governor."

His comeback would have to be a good one, especially if he plans on being taken seriously again. His brief cameo in the Expendables felt a bit odd and pointless to me, but with a movie like that you can over analyze things. I would like to see him work with James Cameron again. What role would you like to see Arnold reprise?