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What does Jiu Jitsu and Nicolas Cage have in common? In short, aliens! Both are crucial keys to unlock humanity’s most primitive strategy to drive off alien invaders — punching them at their faces or slash past their high-tech armors with a sword. I might sound a little sus, but I swear that I am not making up all these, because Nicolas Cage, martial arts and alien invasions are exactly what director Dimitri Logothetis has envisioned for his upcoming film, Jiu Jitsu.

In Jiu Jitsu, a mysterious portal opens every six years, and earth is greeted by visitor(s) from a distant galaxy. Why six years, you asked? I have no idea, perhaps that alien race are having their own Olympics every six years, or because their own Hunger Games committee said so. …


Source: Netflix
Source: Netflix
Source: Netflix

Contrary to popular belief, and despite almost no one raving about its spookiness, Hubie Halloween will scare the crap out of you. Am I a scaredy-cat like the way they describe Hubie Dubois in the film? Well, yes and no. When speaking about hardcore horror movies, I am inclined to be an Invisible Man than a scaredy-cat. You won’t see me hanging around those films. But rest assured, I am there. But in regards to horror comedies like Vampires vs. The Bronx and Hubie Halloween, I am usually a Hulk.

Seeing that it is now October and hoping to get more people into the Halloween mood, Netflix unleashed Hubie Halloween, a horror comedy with Adam Sandler as the leading face, Steven Brill calling the shots as the director, and Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions as the production company. Sandler himself plays Hubie Dubois, a resident-not-evil of Salem, Massachusetts, whose naive thinking, mumbling speech and timid persona perpetually/ constantly land him into trouble with his not-so-friendly neighbors. …


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Source: Vertigo Releasing

Loved Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow? What if there’s a chance for us to see him and Davy Jones coming together on the big screen again? That is hardly possible, because as far as the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is concerned, they are done with Depp. But if you don’t mind seeing the duo reuniting in a biopic, then Minamata might just be the answer.

Vertigo Releasing has unveiled the official trailer of Minamata, with Depp helming the role of celebrated war-photographer W. Eugene Smith. Smith, as played by Depp, can be seen referring himself as “the greatest photographer that Life magazine has ever had” in the trailer, and has been known to uncover the deadly mercury poisoning in Minamata, Japan through his work in real-life. …

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