“Only Lovers Left Alive” (2013): Like A Record Baby, Right Round Round Round (Review)
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“Only Lovers Left Alive” (2013): Like A Record Baby, Right Round Round Round (Review)

In the opening of Only Lovers Left Alive  we first see the needle as it hits the record and the image of it spinning. We then…

‘Out of the Furnace’ (2013): Into the Fire (Review)
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‘Out of the Furnace’ (2013): Into the Fire (Review)

Small-town Pennsylvania never looked so somber, which is one of the elements that makes Scott Cooper’s second film Out of the Furnace so interesting. Within…

Film Review: Of Horses And Men (Hross í Oss)

One of the things Iceland is most known and respected for is the Icelandic horse so it was bound to happen that a movie in…

RIFF Review: Only Lovers Left Alive

Jim Jarmusch, possible the coolest director alive, has not been the most prolific of directors as of late, with an average of four years going…

Only God Forgives: Gosling Meets the Devil (Review)
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Only God Forgives: Gosling Meets the Devil (Review)

Only God Forgives is a film that will captivate you in the same way that watching a car crash makes you not want to look…

Instant Gratification: Netflix Back On Track With Orange Is The New Black (Review)
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Instant Gratification: Netflix Back On Track With Orange Is The New Black (Review)

 Available on Netflix Streaming,  Rated:  TV-MA,  13 Episodes First it was House of Cards. Then came Hemlock Grove and Arrested Development.  Now Netflix is continuing…

LAFF Film Review: Only God Forgives

Violence: an element of the human condition often used in films as an exploitative vehicle to coerce a reaction or to deceivingly manipulate the viewer…

Oblivion: Where Flowers Don’t Survive (Review)
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Oblivion: Where Flowers Don’t Survive (Review)

“The last man on Earth, tasked with extracting resources from his dying planet, begins to question what he knows about his life and the history…

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