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Bastards Before Basterds

Quentin Tarantino’s WWII flick ‘Inglourious Basterds‘ is still two weeks away, but we’re already excited the director’s latest genre mashup — WWII action flick meets spaghetti western. And the buzz (and controversy) is only beginning to grow, this is Tarantino after all. Before you see Tarintino’s take, see the film that inspired it all, Italian director Enzo Castellari’s 1978 war movie ‘Quel Maledetto ... Read More »

Movies Get Mobile

We’ve recently come to love seeing red in our mailbox — the signature sign that our latest picks from Netflix have arrived. As much as we like getting movies in the mail, what we really like is those flicks you can watch instantly. No wait, no worry. After all, it may only take a few days to get your movies ... Read More »

Bad Movies, Bad Ideas

‘G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra’ hit theaters today, and while we’ve been worried about the film’s evasive screening policy towards critics, the folks at Popular Mechanics are much more worried about safety. That’s right, the brainy boys and girls of the magazine have put together a list of five of the most “extremely dumb” military designs to come out of ... Read More »

Road Rules

In Museyon’s guide to North and South America, Meakin Armstrong takes you on a tour of the American South. Frankly, we don’t think there’s a better way to explore the good ol’ US of A than an old-fashioned road trip. If you follow Armstrong’s trail from Atlanta, Georgia, to Natchitoches, Louisiana, you’re going to have to pack wisely. And that’s ... Read More »

Hughes Homage: The Director’s Chicago

There are those films which stick with you your entire life, and those that define an era. It happens that a lot of them were directed by John Hughes — ‘Sixteen Candles’ and the ‘Breakfast Club,’ anyone? The director who helped define the ’80s passed away today at 59 years old, according to reports by the Associated Press.  A tour of Hughes’ ... Read More »

G.I. Joe, Oh No

Tomorrow, ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra‘ hits theaters with a $300 million production and marketing push behind it. It’s expected to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the summer, but few know what the film’s actually all about. Why’s that? Paramount, the studio behind the big-budget action flick, has decided not to screen the movie for critics. After ... Read More »

On Screen & On Location

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 »

wowOwow: the sequel

Last week the fabulous females at Women on the Web featured Museyon’s Film + Travel guide to Europe. Today they’re at it again, this time featuring our guide to Asia, Africa and Oceania. Check out their most excellent slideshow includes a scene from the classic flick ‘Out of Africa.’ Then find out which North African nation‘s architecture and terrain make it ... Read More »

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