Category: Movies

Bram Stoker’s Dracula on Blu-Ray

Wednesday, Jul 25, 2007 – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced that they will be bringing ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’ to Blu-ray on October 2nd. Considered one of the best Dracula movies of all time, the feature will be presented in 1.85:1 1080p video and PCM audio. No extras have been announced at this time, though expect many, if not all, from the DVD to be ported over.

More movie caps

Wednesday, Apr 11, 2007

More caps added.

• 203 captures from The House Of The Spirits
• 535 captures from Reality Bites
• 87 captures from Looking For Richard
• 8 captures from Zoolander

More movie caps!

Wednesday, Apr 4, 2007

I’ve been capping Noni films like crazy. Today I bring you:

• 2 captures from Winona’s cameo in Being John Malkovich
• 128 captures from the deleted scenes of Girl, Interrupted
• 64 captures from HBO First Look: Girl, Interrupted
• 104 captures from Celebrity
• 313 captures from Lost Souls
• 76 captures from S1m0ne

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Two movies captures!

Monday, Apr 2, 2007

Hi. I’ll be helping Luciana with the site. I also run Kate Winslet Fan and Camilla Belle Fan. 🙂

Today I capped the two Oscar nominated Winona performances:

• 159 captures from The Age Of Innocence
• 372 captures from Little Women


Saturday, Feb 10, 2007


Winona Ryder will play the female lead opposite Wes Bentley and Ray Romano in Geoffrey Haley’s offbeat romantic dramadey “The Last Word.” Haley will direct his own script about a reclusive writer played by Bentley, who makes his living composing other people’s suicide notes. His life gets turned upside down after he embarks on a tumultuous romance with Ryder, the sister of a recently deceased client. Filming is set commence later this month in Los Angeles.

“Ten” satire gets high-five at Sundance

Sunday, Jan 28, 2007

Source: Reuters

ThinkFilm has bought North American theatrical distribution rights to the Ten Commandments satire “The Ten,” whose cast include Winona Ryder, Jessica Alba and Adam Brody.

The indie partnered on the $4.5 million deal with City Lights Home Entertainment, which will handle DVD and digital distribution. Both companies will share all revenues. An August theatrical release is planned.

The episodic film, directed by David Wain, also features Paul Rudd, Liev Schreiber, Justin Theroux, Gretchen Mol, Oliver Platt and Famke Janssen.

The film was described as “a very smart brand of seemingly dumb comedy” by Mark Urman, the head of ThinkFilm’s U.S. theatrical operations.

“We thought it was a hilarious, funny, movie, and that if we brought it to an audience with brains and style, it would have the ability to do better than (ThinkFilm’s) ‘The Aristocrats’ or ‘Strangers with Candy”‘ Urman added.