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“Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017): Spectacular, Succeeds Where Recent Efforts Have Stumbled

Success! This is it, the film Spider-Man has always needed. Spider-Man: Homecoming fully realizes the full potential of the character steeped in Marvel mythology, quirky, and innocent. Marvel and Sony have joined forces to firmly establish Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is the Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man of the Spider-Man movies where […]

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[Trailer] “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017): Sony And Disney Do A Marvel Team-Up with Spidey and Iron Man

One of the biggest surprises emerging from Captain America: Civil War was the introduction of Tom Holland as the MCU version of Spider-Man. It all teases the upcoming Sony and Disney collaboration on the next iteration of the Spider-Man films. Marvel Studios gives its fans a holiday season treat with its first official trailer for […]

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Interview: Laura Allen (Clown)

Laura Allen grew up on Bainbridge Island, Washington, attended Wellesley College as a Sociology major and graduated in 1996. Coincidentally, she appeared in Mona Lisa Smile (2003) which took place at Wellesley College in the 1950’s She worked with the NYPD as a domestic violence counselor before pursuing acting. Since beginning her career, she’s appeared […]

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[Podcast] Clown — Episode 168 — Horror News Radio

The Grue-crew gather to take a look at the long delayed US release of the Eli Roth produced flick, CLOWN. The film is from director Jon Watts and features Andy Powers (check out the Gruesome Magazine Interview here), Laura Allan and Peter Stromare. Watts, who also directed Cop Car which Thomas discussed on HNR episode […]

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Interview: Andy Powers (Clown)

Andy Powers is a classically trained actor originally from El Paso, TX. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, he spent the next four years in Off Broadway Theatre developing new work from young playwrights with the Barrow Group Theatre, The Cherry Lane Alternative, Second Stage, and The Hypothetical Theatre […]