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The Void takes its cues from horror masters like Carpenter, Cronenberg, Barker and Lovecraft, but doesn't do much interesting with it.
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Since I've given you guys two glowing reviews (The Autopsy of Jane Doe and Safe Neighborhood) and have a few more on the way (Arrival, The Handmaiden and The Girl With All The Gifts) I figured I'll throw out a more mixed reaction into the mix.
On paper The Void should be my favorite movie of the festival.
Marvel’s "Doctor Strange" is set to hit theaters on November 4th but we could have already seen it if not for everyone involved really, really wanting Benedict Cumberbatch to play the Sorcerer Supreme.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/harpy
Character actor William G. “Bill” Nunn, III, best known for his acclaimed turn as Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s groundbreaking 1989 film Do The Right Thing, as well as for playing Daily Bugle editor Robbie Robertson in the Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man trilogy, died today in Pittsburg from undisclosed causes. He was 62.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1953, Nunn was a 1976 graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta Georgia who came to acting relatively late.