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You grew up with the game. Now relive the movie adaptation of Super Mario Brothers - the video game movie that proved that no one should ever make video game movies. You grew up with the game. Now relive the movie adaptation of Super Mario Brothers - the video game movie that proved that no one should ever make video game movies. Got a tip? Email us ? Follow us on Twitter ? Like us on Facebook ? Get Screen Junkies Gear! ?? Voiceover Narration by Jon: Title design by Robert Holtby Series Created by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Erica Russell, and Andy Signore Edited by Anthony Falleroni


'That Awkward Moment' Gives Us The Zac Efron Bro Film That We've Been Missing

When your bros get girlfriends, that's against the bro code (or something. I don't really know what I'm saying.) While Zac Efron has been enjoying a steady ascent in terms of the roles he's been taking, he took a few months off to just hang with bros, ya know? If you don't understand what that's about, then you''re not gettin' it, man. That Awkward Moment is a terribly-named film that surounds Efron and his buddies as his relationship with a girl evolves from casual to dating. Seriously, that seems to be the premise of the movie. Anyway, it actually seems sorta funny. Watch and agree with me.


We've Got The Second Season Premiere Of 'Homeland' For You To Watch

It's legal, so it's guilt-free! With last season's finale leaving us with electro-shock therapy and treason of the highest order, last night's Homeland season two premiere was widely those who had Showtime. Those who didn't had to wallow in their own envy and self-pity. Until now. Taking cues from high school drug dealers the world over, Showtime has magnanimously offered "the first one's on us," posting last night's episode on YouTube so that any yahoo with an Internet connection can watch the show and see what the fuss is about. Their gesture also allows self-serving websites like Screen Junkies to embed the video in our site, tricking the most gullible readers into thinking that we're somehow the reason they get to see Homeland for free. It works out pretty well for everyone. Enjoy.


Everyone Looks Less Orange In 'Dexter' Season 8 Trailer

The end begins Sunday, June 30th. Several teasers later, we now have an official look at the eighth and final season of Dexter. From the look of things, Dexter's been getting the cold shoulder from his sister who has chosen the comforts of awesome sex and recreational drugs over eating steaks with her creepy murderer brother who wears a lot of peach. Meanwhile, everyone in Miami who is not a homicide detective are suspicious that Dexter may be the Bay Harbor Butcher making it more and more difficult for him to track down and eliminate whoever is going around town removing people's brains. All in all, the once creepy show looks much more palatable. By that, I mean at least they've scaled back on the bronzer from last season.


'Paddington' Trailer Light On The Scares This Time

Ooooohhhh..... It's for kids. October is the month to sink into movie theater chairs and watch disturbing images of the macabre from behind our fingers. In keeping with this spirit, we have the full trailer for Paddington. Ben Whishaw replaces Colin Firth as the voice of the bear with the remorseless, glass eyes in this fun romp for the entire family. Here Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville plays the British version of Charles Grodin's character from Beethoven, when a ragamuffin bear house guest turns his life and home upside down. Despite revealing all the major events of the film in this trailer, it's looks like perfectly suitable holiday entertainment and not the horrific psychological thriller it was originally perceived to be. Though, you can expect a horror recut of this trailer in... 5... 4... 3...


A Look At The New Blood In 'Dexter' Season Six

Damn you, Dexter. You've pulled me back in. This behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming season of Dexter-season-five-killer-details/" target="_blank">Dexter gives us a preview of who the players will be. We've got Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks as a creepy religion professor and his creepier disciple. It's not clear what their plans are but we can see that it involves big knives and the name of God. That's a bad combo. Also, joining this season is Mos (formerly Mos Def) as Brother Sam. At first he' Dexter's target before a common interest reveals itself. Miami Metro is bringing in a moody new detective played by Billy Brown. He's a no-nonsense Chicago native who sees working homicide as a business and doesn't have time for department hijinks or detectives dressing like members of Smashmouth. Boy, he picked the wrong town. And then there's Aimee Garcia, who plays Batista's hot sister and new nanny to Harrison. More importantly, she can be seen in a scene with Deb saying, "I came in here to give you a kiss goodnight. Not to look at pictures of dead bodies." A) Fire that nanny. B) Is Deb in a same-sex relationship this season? Or perhaps a polyamorous couple?? I can so see Quinn being into that. The new season of Dexter premieres October 2nd on Showtime.


'In Time' Trailer Shows Time Is Money

This movie completely reconstructs everything we thought we knew about economic theory. And Olivia Wilde's in it, too! [post-video postid="221504"] In the world of In Time, what separates the rich from the poor isn't money, but rather time. The wealthiest people will not only live a very long time, but live as young people for a very long time. So the Fortune 500 would look like a True Blood cast picture or something. In this trailer, we find that Justin Timberlake's Will Salas is accused of murder, he must live as a poor person, hustling for every minute to make it through the day. So this film should fall in line with other like minded films like Crank, and even Die Hard with a Vengeance (when they're on that little scavenger hunt), which shouldn't distinguish it from a whole grip of other "clock is running out" films, but the idea that an entire economy is based on the allocation of time rather than dollars could be pretty interesting if it's developed between scenes of people jumping off balconies and running down alleys. Joining JT on this adventure are Olivia Wilde, Amanda Seyfried, Cillian Murphy, Alexy Petyfer, and Johnny Galecki. The film hits October 28, so start saving those minutes now.