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Attack the Block - Philadelphia Facebook Campaign


If you have been following Attack the Block you know that the world is becoming obsessed with this Aliens meets the Goonies R-rated romp. The thing that is sad about it, is that Philadelphia is being left out of the fun. So go to and vote for it to come to Philly! Don’t waste another moment. Forget work, put down that baby, stop doing your heart surgery and go vote for Attack the Block to come to the city of Brotherly Love!

See Press Drop Below:

CULVER CITY, Calif., August 1, 2011 – From the producers of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, ATTACK THE BLOCK follows a gang of tough inner-city kids who try to defend their turf against an invasion of savage alien creatures, turning a South London apartment complex into an extraterrestrial war zone.

ATTACK THE BLOCK opened in theaters on Friday, July 29th in the following 7 markets: Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, and Toronto. On Friday, August 19th it will expand to 6 additional markets - Boston, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, Washington, D.C., and a sixth market that will be chosen by the fans! Starting today, fans can vote on Attack the Block’s official Facebook page ( for their city to be the chosen 15th market in which the film will open in on August 19th. The cities up for consideration are:

Philadelphia, Detroit, Miami, Houston, Phoenix, San Diego, Denver, Portland, Cleveland, and Minneapolis.

Results will be posted on the movie’s Facebook page after voting has closed on Friday, August 5th at 12 pm PST.

Vote now to get the film Rolling Stone calls “Hot, fierce, funny, vicious and ready to bite!” to come to your city!

Review: Paul

Two nerds + one Foul mouthed alien = The best comedy of 2011 so far.

From the moment this film begins to when it ends, Paul is one big continual reference for every single Alien/Nerd/Trekky/Star Wars like movie ever created. If you hate anything involving any of the above than this movie may go right over your Football-loving-Sausage-eating head. Now for all of you who have seen Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz you can understand the whole concept of taking a genre and remixing it in a way that not only references but also creates it’s own. Paul goes down both roads very successfully, however the one (creating a standalone story) needs a bit of work.

Seth Rogen, as worried as every NERD was, is absolutely hilarious. His CGI-ness doesn’t miss a beat, mainly because he never stops talking. They chose quantity over quality, however there is enough in Paul’s rants to keep you going. With Paul’s introduction the film turns hard R. Before his appearance the film could have been a PG kids film until Seth Rogen blurts out the fuck word about 30 times a minute. Without this though, the movie, dare I say it, would have been fucked. The humor works only because it is foul mouthed and over the top. That combined with the feel of the film (over the top NERDGASIM) this film will please anyone who has even dabbled in something that would show at Comic Con. If that’s not you, Paul still offers enough fart and penis jokes to keep you going through your “collar” night out.

8.5 bad CGI aliens out of 10