GHOST TOWN: This Lost Charles Band Production Is D.O.A.
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GHOST TOWN: This Lost Charles Band Production Is D.O.A.

Desert town dimwit deputy, Langley (Was that name intended as a joke?), is on the trail of kidnapped runaway bride, Kate. We’re not supposed to…

Fantasia Fest 2015: RYUZO AND THE SEVEN HENCHMEN: Cuddly Generation-Gap Comedy, Old-School Yakuza Style
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Fantasia Fest 2015: RYUZO AND THE SEVEN HENCHMEN: Cuddly Generation-Gap Comedy, Old-School Yakuza Style

Ryuzo and The Seven Henchmen had its international premiere on the 27th July at this year’s Fantasia Fest. The Yakuza have frequently been seen as…

PODCAST: ‘Riding in Cars with Boy(s)’ -Ep. 159: TRAINWRECK
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PODCAST: ‘Riding in Cars with Boy(s)’ -Ep. 159: TRAINWRECK

 

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION’s Laughs and Thrills Can’t Mask a Nonexistent Story
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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION’s Laughs and Thrills Can’t Mask a Nonexistent Story

If the 60s James Bond had Derek Flint, then today’s James Bond has Ethan Hunt. I don’t mean that as an insult, implying that Ethan…

Pick Of The Week: MICKEY MOUSE Shorts
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Pick Of The Week: MICKEY MOUSE Shorts

  In Disney’s earlier days, their flagship characters like Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy starred in a number of great classic shorts, but in more…

WHITE GOD: A Film with Plenty of Bite Comes to Blu-ray
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WHITE GOD: A Film with Plenty of Bite Comes to Blu-ray

“Never work with animals or children.” We are blessed in many respects that Hungarian director Kornel Mundruczo has evidently never heard this old adage. White…

I, MADMAN – Fiction Is Reality [Blu-ray Review]
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I, MADMAN – Fiction Is Reality [Blu-ray Review]

When you give yourself over to a story, you give that story a life that it never could have had otherwise. The dead words on…

PODCAST: ‘Riding in Cars with Boy(s)’ -Ep. 158: MR. HOLMES
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PODCAST: ‘Riding in Cars with Boy(s)’ -Ep. 158: MR. HOLMES

 

VACATION is a Trip to the Theaters You’ll Want to Forget
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VACATION is a Trip to the Theaters You’ll Want to Forget

Vacation opens with the familiar sounds of Holiday Road playing over a series of photos everyday Americans have taken on trips of their own, shining…

Fantasia Fest 2015 – CRIMSON WHALE: A Somber Korean Animated Sci-Fi Tale
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Fantasia Fest 2015 – CRIMSON WHALE: A Somber Korean Animated Sci-Fi Tale

Crimson Whale is an animated, South Korean science-fiction tale centered on the experience of a young girl who gets drawn into a strange adventure. Taking…