Reel Projections: We ain't afraid of no ghost!

On this week's edition of Reel Projections, Dave and I are forced to flee to the Tampa Theatre's balcony — but not because we're still freaked out by Director Matt's ghost sighting (though we are). No, it was because the theater was resurfacing the floor right in front of the stage and we couldn't get down there to shoot. As such, this week's edition is even darker than usual, visuals wise. We keep the content it's usual mix of light and dark, however.

And speaking of content, this week we're discussing the possibilities of a female version of The Expendables, Jim Carrey turning up in the sequel to Kick-Ass, and why Bradley Cooper disproves the myth that incredibly attractive people can't be funny.

Check it out — there's no reason to be afraid …

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