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The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Movie Trailer Remake of the Day:
With Terminator: Genisys out in theaters this week, it's time for a homemade version of its trailer:
Study of an Actor:
Also in honor of the latest Terminator movie, Matt Singer spotlights his favorite action hero auteur, Arnold Schwarzenegger, for Screen Crush:
Fan Art of the Day:
Also in honor of the latest Terminator movie, here's a neat tribute to good and evil robots of cinema by artist Chris Hebert for Fandango:
Movie Take-Down of the Day:
With Magic Mike XXL out in theaters this week, it's time for Honest Trailers to size up the original:
Supercut of the Day:
Gotta get that boom boom...
There have been a few movies about cults in recent years, but none quite as smart and funny and weird and disarming as Riley Stearns superb directorial debut, Faults. In it Leland Orser plays a man who specializes in deprogramming victims of cult brainwashing. He's seen better days and is having a rough go of things until he encounters a set of parents who want to hire him to deprogram their daughter, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Once those two meet, however, things get... strange.
Faults is out now on Video on Demand and is even a $.99 rental this week on iTunes, which is a heck of a great deal for a great movie. And that gives me a great excuse to finally publish an interview I did with Stearns earlier this year. In it we talk about other cult movies, what it's...