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From Suburbia to Universal Studios: Poltergeist Invade Halloween Horror Nights

Mike Phalin
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They’re here… I have no idea how Universal can ever hope to top this year’s Halloween Horror Nights. From Chucky to Killer Klowns to Stranger Things to Trick ‘r Treat, the event is packed with mazes and scare zones that will please fans who have been patiently waiting for these icons to manifest at the […]

Halloween Horror Nights 25 Review: ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Insidious,’ and So Much More!

August 2018 Atlanta Filming Roundup: ‘Stranger Things’, ‘Jungle Cruise’ and More!

Emma Loggins
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What’s filming in Atlanta now? Your Geek Girl is back at it with a roundup of projects that are currently in production in Atlanta! From film and television to the OTT space with a project from Facebook and YouTube Premium, I’ve got the details for you on those production code yellow signs you’ve been seeing […]

Atlanta Filming Weekly Roundup: ‘Passengers,’ ‘Stranger Things’ and More!

Warner Brothers Releases ‘Aquaman’ Trailer at Comic-Con 2018 – And We Have Concerns

Emma Loggins
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Warner Bros. Pictures released the Aquaman trailer at Comic-Con yesterday, and I checked it out as soon as I got the email… Our verdict? Eh. Alright let’s go through the details first and then dive into thoughts of why this film probably isn’t going to work (in my opinion). The film reveals the origin story […]

FanBolt Is Live Tweeting from Comic-Con 2015!

Pom Klementieff and Eric Roberts Tell Us ‘A.I. Tales’

Mike Phalin
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You know what I’ve been missing? Anthologies. It is true that we have a few fantastic horror anthologies, but where is the sci-fi representation on the silver screen? Well, today we learned that the legendary Eric Roberts has joined West World and Guardians of the Galaxy actors Neil Jackson and Pom Klementieff in the upcoming […]

‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Cast Holds Fan Event in Nashville

‘A Quiet Place’ Wins Top Honors from the Atlanta Film Critics Circle

Emma Loggins
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The Atlanta Film Critics Circle today named John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place as the top film of the first half of 2018. AFCC members chose A Quiet Place for the honor in a tight race, beating out contenders Annihilation, First Reformed, Black Panther, and Paddington 2. “I think our list reflects the diverse tastes of […]

New ‘Finding Dory’ Motion Poster Is Simply Adorable (and Surprisingly Relaxing)

Production Begins on ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ – First Look Images Released!

Emma Loggins
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Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing an all-new foe: The Cheetah! We’re super excited to announce that principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures’ follow up to the Super Hero’s first outing (and best super hero film to date in our opinion), last summer’s record-breaking […]

‘Breaking Bad’ Director Michelle MacLaren May Helm Wonder Woman Film

‘The First Purge’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

Emma Loggins
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Live in Atlanta? We’ve got free movie screening passes for you for The First Purge (Starring Y’Lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, Joivan Wade, Steve Harris, and Marisa Tomei) for Monday, July 2nd! All you need to enter to win tickets is: Leave a comment below saying you want to see the film Like us on […]

‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

A Look at Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s Cinebash with Shellie Schmals and Danny Davis

Emma Loggins
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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is launching a first-of-its-kind event that marries movies, immersive art installations and food. The event, Cinebash, translates literally to a “film party,” that celebrates Jewish cinema through multimedia art forms. The inaugural event will blend food, music, and other production elements for an unforgettable evening. The 2018 edition of Cinebash will […]

‘A Celebration of Harry Potter’ Is Returning to Universal Orlando Resort

The Lighthouse – A Tragedy on the Smalls

Mike Phalin
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For all the mysterious deaths and tragic events that have happened at lighthouses during the past couple hundred years, one would think that more films would emerge to exploit the creepiness that comes naturally from the isolated beacons at sea. Both the Eddystone and Small Lighthouses have a cast to their beauty, a solemn veil […]

‘Once Upon A Time’ Star Jamie Dornan Lands Lead In ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’