Back in the Day: “Dead Calm” (APRIL ’89)
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Back in the Day: “Dead Calm” (APRIL ’89)

Sometimes, things just come together, like a perfect storm. Never really understood that, but it’s convenient at the moment. In April of ’89, that’s kind…

“Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead” (2014) Return of the Norwegian Nazi Zombies (Review)
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“Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead” (2014) Return of the Norwegian Nazi Zombies (Review)

The Norwegian film Dead Snow from 2009 managed to offer something a little fresh into the zombie genre, it was a Norwegian zombie film. It…

An Open Letter to Vince Vaughn Concerning ‘Delivery Man’
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An Open Letter to Vince Vaughn Concerning ‘Delivery Man’

In lieu of a traditional review, I would like to take this opportunity to write an open letter to Vince Vaughn: Mr. Vaughn (Vince? Vinnie?…

TIFF Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him & Her

As one of the most anticipated films of the year, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him & Her is at its core an ambitious film project constructed to convey…

Instant Gratification: ‘Derek’ is Simple Yet Mostly Effective (Review)
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Instant Gratification: ‘Derek’ is Simple Yet Mostly Effective (Review)

Available on Netflix Streaming,  Rated:  TV-14,  7 Episodes In Ricky Gervais’s various projects he has portrayed multiple variations of the lewd, crude, rude maladroits that…

‘Don Jon’ 2013: The Good, The Bad, and The Porn
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‘Don Jon’ 2013: The Good, The Bad, and The Porn

Is there anyone cooler in Hollywood than Joseph Gordon-Levitt? The child actor turned hot commodity has become the poster boy for success, juggling independent passion…

Film Review: Don Jon

Peter Griffin and his morally-devious family get it right during their already classic opening theme song “It seems today, that all you see is violence…

Film Review: Drinking Buddies

Sideways by Alexander Payne was a film about 40-something’s trying to figure out life while drinking lots of wine, such was the success of the…

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