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Forget These 10 2009 Movies, I’m Hanging On In Hopes Of “Ghost Dad 2: Still Spookin'”


It’s almost Halloween and I wanted to share what I feel is the scariest movie ever made. “Ghost Dad”. Truly terrifying.

Nikki Finke has a post with the results of a MovieTickets.com poll that asked the most important question of 2008: What movies do you most anticipate for 2009? It’s up to you to get out and vote for this. If you don’t vote, the terrorists win.

So here is the list, with my notes:

  1. “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”: I thought this was out in 2008? No?
  2. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”: From what I have read, there are some serious production difficulties on this one. Director Gavin Hood wants an R-rating and Fox has said not-so-much.
  3. “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”: Talking f-ing robots. LeBouf. Michael Bay’s hair. What’s not to like?
  4. “Public Enemies”: Michael Mann, Johnny Depp, and Christian Bale all guarantee this movie will be the balls or they will buy you a steak.
  5. “Angels & Demons”: This movie will be so awful that it will make Tom Hanks think “Gump 2”.
  6. “Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian”: Are you f-ing serious?
  7. “The Informant”: Steve Soderbergh and Matt Damon getting together sounds like a great idea…but what the hell is Scott Bakula doing in this movie?
  8. “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs”: Is this when the ice age actually happens and the cartoon characters that the kids love all go extinct?
  9. “The Day the Earth Stood Still”: Doesn’t this come out in December?
  10. “The Taking of Pelham 123”: Now we’re talking, Denzel Washington in a Tony Scott movie. The last time that happened was “Man On Fire” and that movie freaking rules. Thrown in some John Turturro and James Gandolfini and we are looking at a big bag of awesomeness.
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