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FAST & FURIOUS – EXCLUSIVE CLIP!

Thursday, March 12 by

What happens when Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and new hard-driving FF villain "Fenix" race against the clock in a secret tunnel underground?  A whole lotta burnt rubber, scratched paint and the occasional wrecked ride.  See for yourself in this brand new clip from the upcoming Fast & Furious – a Break Media exclusive! I had the chance to see a preview of the film, and while this clip lives up to the testosterone-fueled racing of the past films, it's just the tip of the dipstick for the amount of road rage Fast & Furious has to unleash on audiences. Other Junk You Might Like:

MORNING NEWS ROUNDUP

Thursday, March 12 by

According to Variety, Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables cast just expanded by two more: WWE's Stone Cold Steve Austin and Charisma Carpenter, of TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and CSI.  Looks like Stallone's taking a lotta names, but will the film also kick ass?  And the biggest question still remains… will Ahnold be the icing on this explosives-laced cake?And here is the rest of your morning news:Orphanage director finds home at Summit (Variety)Joaquin Phoenix goes Axl Rose at nightclub (FilmDrunk)Jeff Goldblum joins insemination comedy The Baster (Coming Soon)

SCARLETT JOHANNSON IS A WIDOW

Wednesday, March 11 by

HollywoodDeadline's Nikki Finke reported earlier today that Mickey Rourke is, in fact, joining the cast of Iron Man 2 as a villain.  But now Finke follows up with the very surprising news that Black Widow will now be played by Scarlett Johannson, not Emily Blunt, as thought before.

LESBIAN VAMPIRE KILLER LINKS N’ MORE

Wednesday, March 11 by

Holy Lesbian Vampire Killers Posters! (Dread Central)Charley is a cat.  He is retarded.  He has a movie. (FilmDrunk)The Worst Movie of the 'Aughts Goes To… (Pajiba)Ascend to the top of the Work Pyramid (Holy Taco)Missi Casey gets my vote to play any superheroine on film (GorillaMask)Ridley Scott's Robin Hood gets its release date (ComingSoon.Net)

DRAG ME TO HELL TRAILER!

Wednesday, March 11 by

This trailer is CUUUUUURSED!  And in this case, it's a good thing.  I have to say, this actually looks pretty damn good, and it's not just because I'm deep into Bruce Campbell's autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, which recounts Raimi's Evil Dead glory days in sordidly beautiful and beautifully sordid detail.Hopefully no Saturday Night Fever tributes in this one.  I'm talking to YOU, Spider-Man. 

Drag Me to Hell

Wednesday, March 11 by

Director: Sam Raimi Cast: Justin Long, Alison Lohman, Jessica Lucas, David Paymer, Reggie Lee Synopsis: A loan officer (Lohman) ordered to evict an old woman from her home finds herself the recipient of a supernatural curse, who turns her life into a living hell. Genre: Horror Release Date: May 29, 2009

12 BEST 80s THEME SONGS TO LIVE BY

Wednesday, March 11 by

You know, watching today's TV sitcoms just ain't the same as twenty years ago.  Don't get me wrong.  The technology is miles apart.  We have single-camera shows that out-slick their studio-based counterparts, and modernized three- or four-camera studio-based shows that outwit their predecessors.  But there's something sorely missing in our current crop of "laffers."  And that's a great theme song.  Back in the 80s, the theme song meant something.  It was survival of the catchiest.  It had to have a hummable hook.  And more importantly, it had to have lyrics that not only got you singing along, but that taught you a valuable life lesson.  Theme songs were our education away from school, and more than likely, we learn a lot more from some power chords and a so-white-he's-pale singer waxing lyrical than we ever did from our teachers.   And so, it is with great pleasure, that Sceen Junkies presents the Top 12 80s Theme Songs to Live By. #12 FULL HOUSE

Wednesday TV Preview

Wednesday, March 11 by

Give your brain a rest, there's no new Lost tonight. Instead, work out that gut with a tremendous night of gutbustering shows from the good people at Comedy Central. South Park is back in action, kicking off it's lucky 13th season by tearing apart the Jonas Brothers, Demetri Martin explains 'safety,' Paul Rudd guests on Jon Stewart, and Colbert keeps on trying to get his name written on Node 3 of the International Space station. Your preview after the break.

SCREEN QUEENS: MONICA POTTER

Wednesday, March 11 by

This Friday, the remake of Last House on the Left hits theaters.  If you haven't seen the trailer already, be sure to check it out here.  The film looks like every protective parent's revenge fantasy come to gritty, visceral, head bludgeoning life, and Ms. Monica Potter gets to play Mommy Deadliest.  We know Monica from TV's Trust Me and Boston Legal most recently.  She's done several films in the past, probably most notably Patch Adams, Head Over Heels with Freddie Prinze Jr. and Saw.  In all three films, she was horribly, brutally victimized.  Check out some photos of Monica after the jump…

LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT TRAILER

Wednesday, March 11 by

STAR TREK TRAILER MASHUP

Wednesday, March 11 by

This morning, SlashFilm reported that an enterprising trekkie named Yopmio (that sounds vaguely Romulan) decided to see how JJ Abrams might create a trailer using all the elements from the original series.  I know this sounds sacrilegious, but I think I like the old series better this way.  Check out Abrams' 2009 Star Trek trailer here, then check out the embedded mash-up after the warp-speed jump…

Last House On the Left (2009)

Wednesday, March 11 by

Director: Dennis Iliadis Cast: Monica Potter, Sara Paxton, Garret Dillahunt, Martha MacIsaac, Tony Goldwyn Synopsis: After kidnapping and butchering two teenagers, a gang unknowingly finds refuge with the parents of one of the victims — hosts who devise gruesome revenge. Genre: Horror

MORNING NEWS ROUNDUP

Wednesday, March 11 by

Of the infinite reasons I miss living in Austin, Texas, here's one: Universal Pictures heads there this weekend to give South by Southwest (SXSW) 2009 attendees a sneak peek at footage from Sasha Baron Cohen's Bruno March 15th at 11:00pm. Alls ya gotta do to see it is arrive early to the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar! No badge is needed and attendance is free.  Oh and if you didn't know, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema serves beer, beer, and beer (and beer) during their screenings.  They have waiters that bring it right out to you.  Brewskies and Bruno… Vassup! (Bruno opens wide July 10th, 2009)And now, the news:French Star Wars fan gets creative with public transportation (SlashFilm)Ghostbusters Blu-Ray cover art revealed! (Dread Central)Dark City 2?  Maybe.  With Fox?  Aw heeell naw! (FilmDrunk)

DAILY SHOW SMACKDOWN: STEWART VS. CRAMER

Tuesday, March 10 by

.cc_box a:hover .cc_home{background:url('http://www.comedycentral.com/comedycentral/video/assets/syndicated-logo-over.png') !important;}.cc_links a{color:#b9b9b9;text-decoration:none;}.cc_show a{color:#707070;text-decoration:none;}.cc_title a{color:#868686;text-decoration:none;}.cc_links a:hover{color:#67bee2;text-decoration:underline;} This Thursday night, Daily Show host John Stewart is set to square off face-to-face with CNBC's Mad Money host Jim Cramer, whom Stewart humiliated on last night's Daily Show.  Apparently Cramer's been doling out some pretty unsound advice, and Stewart did nothing more than call him out on it.  Things got more heated when MSNBC's Meredith Vieira followed up with Cramer, who passed the buck to the poor shape our economy is in.  Watch Cramer stumble all over himself after the jump (go to about 3:30 into the clip) …

MONSTER LINK DUMP

Tuesday, March 10 by

Chuck Norris's 69th B-Day Bash (FilmDrunk)Brandyce Lee gets mileage out of dental floss. (Gorilla Mask)Saturn Awards Announced.  (Dread Central)AdventureLand soundtrack flashes back to the 80s (The Playlist)How White Trash Is Your City? (Holy Taco)Joss Whedon Goes Beyond the House of the Dolls (Pajiba)

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