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  1. How Did This Get Made: A Conversation with Barry PRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2016 | /film

    ... the process, the strange reality of how a legend like Kasdan ends up directing a very un-legendary movie like Dreamcatcher . How Did This Get Made is a companion to the podcast How Did This Get Made with Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas and June Diane ...

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  2. Hyperbolic Review: DreamcatcherRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | DreadCentrol.com

    It's X-Tro meets Stand By Me in an alien invasion film that will leave you BURIED ALIVE IN A CHASM OF YOUR OWN FEAR CONSTRUCTED BY EVIL CLOWNS ARMED WITH HEATED SPIKED CODPIECES AND ROCK SALT-LACED LUBRICANT ! Four friends retire to a remote cabin to drink and joke around, unaware that the most realistic alien invasion ever LASER-ETCHED ONTO CELLULOID is on the way via the UNSTOPPABLE GENIUS of Lawrence Kasdan, who with this film just BATHED OUR FACES WITH AN AVALANCHE OF LIFE-SAVING, VITAMIN-ENRICHED, FAMILY-FRIENDLY CINEMA-SPOOGE ! This EPIC CAUTIONARY TALE is literally everything to everyone! The military scenes are MORE THRILLING THAN "AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR" and Saving Private Ryan if they were rolled into one BADASS blood-glutton of a TAKE-NO-PRISONERS alien attack squadron FROM THE FIERY DEPTHS OF HADES' HEMORRHOID-LADEN FART PIPE ! The childhood flashbacks will have you crying ... (more)

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  3. 'Dreamcatcher' movie review: Kasdan's stylish take on King's sci-fi bookRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2016 | Examiner.com

    What do you get when you combine the talents of writer-director Lawrence Kasdan , whose films are character-driven and meditative, and Stephen King , whose stories often focus on ordinary people in extraordinary situations? You probably expect to see an odd hybrid that is part "The Big Chill," part "Stand by Me." Well, if you toss in a smidgen of thematic material from Byron Haskin's 1953 invaders-from-Mars classic "The War of the Worlds," the result of such a mashup is Kasdan's 2003 film "Dreamcatcher," a science fiction/horror tale based on King's eponymous 2001 novel.

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