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Ringwald Remembers Hughes

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In the days since the death of director John Hughes, many have been celebrating the director who defined a generation. Fans who grew up on his iconic ’80s flicks have revisited his classics and hosted screenings, and former Hughes’ stars, like Kevin Bacon, are talking about the role the director played in their careers, and their lives. Reading their remembrances, the ... Read More »

On Screen & On Location

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At Museyon, we love to go On Location, which is why we’re loving this story in the New York Times. The Grey Lady’s Globespotters Blog reports that through August 23, the Cinema au clair de lune festival will screen 13 Paris films in the location they were filmed. That means you can  see classically French films in classically Parisian locales, ... Read More »

Mapping ‘Mad Max’

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With summer road trips in mind, New York Times movie critic A. O. Scott chooses 1979′s ‘Mad Max’ as this week’s Critics’ Pick. He may love the movie for its dystopian vision, take-no-prisoners action and Mel Gibson’s blue eyes (trust us, it’s in the video), but we love the movie’s dramatic setting most of all. Scott says the film’s sweeping, dusty panoramas ... Read More »

Bloody Good Idea

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With so many films coming out every day, how do you get attention for your new release? You’ve got to get creative. The people behind director (and Museyon favorite) Park Chan-wook‘s new vampire film Thirst (Bakjwi) definitely went all out, sending a very realistic looking blood bag to the New York Times. The catch? Instead of being filled with platelets, these ... Read More »

Hot off the Press

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We can’t help but get excited when people buzz about Museyon, so needless to say we were thrilled to see the series up on the website of the venerable Gray Lady. Head on over to the New York Times, where writer Hilary Howard gives Museyon a shout-out on the In Transit blog. Then pick up a copy (or two) and ... Read More »

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