After watching Avatar in 3-D for the first time since theatres in 2009, I began to think about the long delay in the production of the sequels. I remembered how long it took to bring the original to the screen, a decade to be precise, with talk of "developing something new and innovative". It was… Continue reading AVATAR 2, 3, 4 & 5 -WHY THE DELAY?
The seventh episode is out of the can! The seventh instalment of our series of video reviews is up and ready to view at your leisure NOW on YouTube or through nEoFILM right here! This episode is a review of this years FIRST comic movie, DEADPOOL. https://youtu.be/xhwwaMAYgsI So recap on what we have already stated:… Continue reading nEoFILM ~ EPISODE 7 “DEADPOOL”
1903 DIRECTOR: Percy Stow & Cecil Hepworth FIRST EVER FILM VERSION OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND Painstakingly restored by the BFI (British Film Institute) from a severely damaged print, this is still in poor condition, but for the those interested in taking a look at a small piece of movie history, this is still quite watchable. But there is… Continue reading ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1903) – REVIEW
This is the first real example of what 3D was to me as I grew up. Short and to the pointy!
2013 DIRECTOR: Liz W. Garcia NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? NO Well, if you like watching an R rated film, which thinks that it is giving and insight in to the life of a twenty-something who can not accept her grown up life, told… Continue reading THE LIFEGUARD
The Rock informs us that "We will rebuild" No shit Sherlock!
1958 DIRECTORS: Carl Dudley, Richard Goldstone, Francis D. Lyon, Walter Thompson & Basil Wrangell May Contain Spoilers! The Orson Welles narrated South Seas Adventure is the fifth and final entry of the three-strip Cinerama Travelogues, though Orson is the not the only voice to appear on this soundtrack, with his credit overshadowing the word of several others. Opening without the customary 1.37:1 segment, originally… Continue reading SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURE (CINERAMA)
The release of this 1960 Smell-O-Vision curio, Scent Of Mystery, which was re-released in 1962 as a Cinerama film, blown-up from its original TODD-AO 70mm master, has actually been released after all. It sneaked out in November 2014 and passed many of us by. Surprisingly, it was not released by Flicker Alley, who many of us… Continue reading HOLIDAY IN SPAIN (“SCENT OF MYSTERY”) RELEASED
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks in Paris earlier this month, in an interview with Gulf News, Liam Neeson shared his views about gun control in the U.S. and around the world. “There's just too many fucking guns out there," He continued, “Especially in America. I think the population is like, 320 million? There's over… Continue reading GUN CONTROL OF LIAM NEESON
2014 DIRECTORS: Phil Lord & Christopher Miller Contains Spoilers! In spite of being snubbed by Oscar for all but the Best Song ("Everything Is Awesome") award, The Lego Movie is as important an animated film as Toy Story in 1995. The animation is top-notch, with it being almost impossible to tell that this was a computer… Continue reading THE LEGO MOVIE (3D)