The Hollywood experts at Hefferbrew sit down to discuss the nominees as well as the usual snubs. They also forget to talk about the dick poop blunder, but they don’t forget Nightcrawler Lego Movie and Gone Girl, much like the Academy did.
Cameron, Dustin and their friend who works at a movie theater, Julian Navarro, sit down to discuss the theory that Hollywood dumps its crap in January. We run down all the terrible that is and has been, January movies.
By Dustin Brewer
Dustin takes a look at Sony’s decision to formally pull the Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy “The Interview” from it’s scheduled Christmas Day release.
Cameron and Dustin, you’re reliable movie experts go over their top films for 2014, and discuss the not too distant future. Including: Interstellar, Birdman, Gone Girl, Nightcrawler, and more. Also including, the absolutely awful, Amazing Spider Man 2 and Left Behind. We also talk to Nic Cage (just kidding, it isn’t really Nic Cage). We’re also working on the sound.
By Cameron Heffernan
A preview for The Dwayne Johnson Vs. a earthquake thriller that is, “San Andreas”.
Earlier today actor/comedian Robin Williams was found dead in his home in California from an apparent suicide.
A prolific actor in both television and film, he was most known for his roles in movies like ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ ‘Good Morning Vietnam,’ ‘Jumanji,’ ‘Hook,’ ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Good Will Hunting’ (which earned him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.) His trademarks included his high energy and ability to rapidly jump between characters.
With no official cause of death determined yet Hollywood and fans are shocked with the sudden passing. Early reports indicate asphyxiation as the cause of death.
Williams has often often spoke about his struggles with mental illness and had reportedly been battling depression.
Williams had multiple projects in development including ‘Mrs. Doubtfire 2’ and will reprise his role as Teddy Roosevelt in the upcoming sequel; ‘Night at the Museum 3.’
We at HefferBrew offer our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.
RIP Robin, you will be missed.
By Cameron Heffernan and Gavin Muirhead
We review the skull-crushing, heart-pounding, entertaining-as-hell, Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson.