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Girl Disintegrates in 'The Darkest Hour' Motion Poster, 'Source Code' on TV and TMNT Collector's Edition [Links]

Today's news contain disintegrating women, pointless movie collections and a mediocre movie heading for TV.

Watch A Girl Disintegrate in 'The Darkest Hour' Motion Poster
I had never heard of these, but a company made what's called a "motion poster" for the alien invasion film The Darkest Hour. In the film the aliens are made of pure energy (electricity) and absorb their victims.

Via CinemaBlend

Why would anyone Want a Collector's Edition of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movies?
Get a 25th Anniversary Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collection featuring the "hits" Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time and TMNT.

I've seen them all. The first one was good, but watching them all in a row is kind of like watching your favorite pet slowly die.

By the time you get to the last one you're just wishing it would just stop. Not surprisingly, the price is $27.

Surprisingly, they originally thought people would pay $65 for this mess.
Via SlashFilm

Source Code Heading For Television [SPOILER!]
I saw Source Code and I've been meaning to write a review. All I'll say is I'm not surprised it was optioned for a television show. The film just screamed lost potential. We'll see if it holds up. For now, check out the director's sketch of the film's timeline.
Via SlashFilm


  1. The disintegration was cool. Thanks for the warning on the Turtles. :)

  2. What's her name in real life


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