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Luc Besson to release a 32-page preview comic book issue of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets on Free Comic Book day to tie-in with the July release of his new comic book movie.

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Another year and the anniversary of the 1986 tiny cinematic release of Sam Raimi's Crimewave goes by with nary a mention...
except here: #BruceCampbell #SamRaimi #TheCoenBrothers #Crimewave

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The After Movie Diner goes Bigfoot crazy! We welcome filmmaker John Portanova of The October People on to the show to discuss his modern S'quatch classic Hunting Grounds and then we delve into Sasquatch, the Legend of Bigfoot and Abominable!!

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New Episode! Marcus Pinn from www.pinnlandempire.com joins us to talk John Cusack and Tim Robbins in Tapeheads!
So put on The Swanky Modes, order in some Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles and blast a hole in a painting with a shotgun...

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We've got the release details, trailer, poster and stills from exciting new Brit Horror "Dark Signal" from producer Neil Marshall

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In our endless pursuit to become the most eclectic and least popular movie podcast in history, this episode we cover 90s feminist thriller, Single White Female. It's a surprisingly funny and fascinating chat actually... Welcome to the breast farrago, just give me the boom boom...

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Michael Campochiaro, keeper of the Cult Classics, turns his gaze on one of the greatest...

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Who doesn't love Sam Elliott? He's a national treasure and a damn legend. Catch the trailer (and more!) for his latest The Hero 

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Michael Keaton moving into the Liam Neeson portion of his career?
We have the trailer and posters for new CBS Films and Lionsgate movie American Assassin!!
what do you think? we want to know! 

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Mike White, host of the highly acclaimed The Projection Booth, slums it on The After Movie Diner to talk about Jack Hill's awesome, black n white, existential racing movie Pit Stop (1969).
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