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R.I.P. David R. Ellis

David R. Ellis, former stuntman and director of Snakes on a Plane and The Final Destination, has died suddenly in South Africa while prepping his next feature. He was 60 years old. Ellis’ manager tells E! News, “We don’t have any more information at this time and no further comment.” Before he became one of the most in-demand […]

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A slow death – The Final Destination review

The Final Destination – Starring Bobby Campo, Nick Zano and Krista Allen. Directed by David R. Ellis. Rated R. Originally published October 14th, 2009. By Simon Miraudo. The Final Destination is a groundbreaking piece of cinema. There is no other way to put it. Imagine a film that features an endless cavalcade of people being […]

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The 10 worst films of 2009!

The Worst Films of 2009. By Simon Miraudo. We all love movies. You wouldn’t be reading this blog and I wouldn’t be writing these articles if that wasn’t the case. This is why it’s as important to acknowledge the worst films of the year as it is to acknowledge the best. After all, would the […]

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Head to Head – The Final Destination

Welcome to the latest edition of Head to Head, in which our Quickflix critic takes on our readers in a rip-snorting battle to the death! You pick the film, and we pick the fight! This week, Carolyn Aitchison told us how dearly she wished she could have enjoyed the sweet release of death during The […]

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A slow death – The Final Destination review

The Final Destination – Starring Bobby Campo, Nick Zano and Krista Allen. Directed by David R. Ellis. Rated R. By Simon Miraudo. The Final Destination is a groundbreaking piece of cinema. There is no other way to put it. Imagine a film that features an endless cavalcade of people being eviscerated in the bloodiest and […]

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Death is coming…in 3D! The Final Destination trailer debut

source: traileraddict.com If there is a buck to be squeezed out of a franchise, you damn well know that Hollywood will juice it for all its worth. Today’s example is the 3rd sequel to 1998’s Final Destination, imaginatively titled The Final Destination. Maybe I’m being too harsh. For all its ridiculous contrivances and cliches, Final […]

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