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What to Watch on IFC: June 6 – June 12 (photo)

What to Watch on IFC: June 6 – June 12

Remember way back in Vacation Bible School or studying for your bar mitzvah or when you were watching that Hilary Swank end-of-days movie and heard about some plagues that were all the rage in the Old Testament? No? Well back in Biblical times when God got ticked off he would send down plagues of blood […]

Let Eli Roth Help You Plan Your Vacation (photo)

Let Eli Roth Help You Plan Your Vacation

It’s that time of year when you start thinking about your upcoming summer vacation. Will you head to the beach or the mountains? Got a time share in Boca? Or should you spend time exploring the National Parks? Maybe you want to head to Europe to spend a week in a nice hostel in Rome? […]

RZA’s Crazy Martial Arts Movie Actually Happening (photo)

RZA’s Crazy Martial Arts Movie Actually Happening

“The Man With The Iron Fist” could be the oddest movie of 2011 — a martial arts flick that Eli Roth co-wrote with RZA, who’s also slated to direct and act in it as “a weapons-making village blacksmith in feudal China,” reportedly alongside Russell Crowe and, according to the IMDb page, Lucy Liu and martial […]

Bijou Phillips: Patron Saint Or Something Like It (photo)

Bijou Phillips: Patron Saint Or Something Like It

Back in 2005, two fresh-faced and beautiful women appeared in a little film called Havoc. Written by Steve Gaghan who also wrote “Traffic” and “Syriana” and directed by Barbara Kopple (Harlan County U.S.A.), “Havoc” introduced the world to the diverse acting talents of a young Anne Hathaway, who previously had been pigeonholed as a princess. […]

What to Watch on IFC: November 15 – November 21 (photo)

What to Watch on IFC: November 15 – November 21

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, the weather is getting colder, it’s time to settle in for winter. We are here to help you hibernate with a line up of shows stretching from new episodes of Judd Apatow’s gimlet-eyed look at college life in Undeclared to a Larry Clark double whammy with Another Day in Paradise and […]

‘Hostel’ and Other Hotels You Don’t Want to Stay In (photo)

‘Hostel’ and Other Hotels You Don’t Want to Stay In

When watching even the trailer for Eli Roth’s gory pic, Hostel, my face looks like this, but I watch it over and over again, because it is an edge-of-your-seat grossfest that must be seen. And I am not alone. People across the world have seen the movie multiple times and love it. It has spawned […]

Recommended: Eli Roth’s Favorite Horror Films (photo)

Recommended: Eli Roth’s Favorite Horror Films

Christy Lemire, the fine film critic for the Associated Press, has an fun interview with “Hostel” director and “Inglourious Basterds” co-star Eli Roth on his top five horror films. Cult slasher “Pieces” is his number one, but it was his number four pick that really caught me by surprise, so-called “best worst movie” of all […]

“Piranha 3D” Promises Gross Outs and Make Outs in Three Dimensions (photo)

“Piranha 3D” Promises Gross Outs and Make Outs in Three Dimensions

The much-ballyhooed “Piranha 3D” panel judged too hot for Comic-Con also proved to be a bit of a hot potato for director Alexandre Aja, who confessed that he was in Los Angeles only two hours earlier finishing the mix on the ten minutes’ worth of scenes he would present. (Whether that actually caused the near-hour […]

What to Watch on IFC in July (photo)

What to Watch on IFC in July

“Freaks and Geeks” may have only lasted one season, but the comedic talent creators Paul Feig (now executive producer of the US version of “The Office”) and Judd Apatow (who’s been ruling recent comedy with “The 40 Year-Old Virgin” and “Knocked Up”) has been going ever since. IFC is proud to present the series in […]

Eli Roth and “The Last Exorcism,” a film that could make Jesus freak. (photo)

Eli Roth and “The Last Exorcism,” a film that could make Jesus freak.

Reviewed at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival. “The Last Exorcism” screened outdoors at the Ford Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, and whether you packed a jacket or not, there were chills to be had. Soon after producer Eli Roth thanked the crowd for “loving Satan more than ‘Twilight,’” a reference to the “Eclipse” world premiere […]