DVD Review: The Forbidden Girl

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The Forbidden Girl is an often visually pleasing horror film, but is ultimately disjointed. It tells the story of Toby, whose girlfriend, Katie, disappears one night. And years later he is given a job as a tutor to a woman named Laura who looks exactly like Katie. And strange things begin to happen. It opens in a strange, empty church, … Read More

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Film Review – Pulp: a Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets

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*This review previously appeared in David Massey’s article “SXSW Film Roundup – Day Three – March 10th, 2014″ In 1997, when I moved to London, beyond a song on the ‘Trainspotting’ soundtrack, I had never heard of the band ‘PULP’ (who released their first album in 1983). That gap in my musical knowledge was swiftly corrected by the locals and … Read More

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Film Review – Kundo: Age of the Rampant

Adam RuhlMovies, Theatrical, TrailersLeave a Comment


Kundo: Age of the Rampant is one of the most exciting period action films I’ve seen this year. It’s has some truly incredible set pieces; full of great stunts and swordplay. It is epic in scope with the plot broken down into a series of acts. Have a look at the trailer: A warning: this premise synopsis is a little … Read More

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DVD Review: President Wolfman

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In 1966, Woody Allen directed a film titled What’s Up, Tiger Lily? He had taken a Japanese action film, International Secret Police: Key Of Keys, and redubbed it, making it a comedy. The new horror comedy, President Wolfman, does a similar thing. It’s based largely on footage from the 1973 film The Werewolf Of Washington, which stars Dean Stockwell. However, … Read More

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Exclusive Clip: Biker Battleground Phoenix Season Finale

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The season finale of Biker Battleground Phoenix will be airing on History this Tuesday, August 26 at 11:00 PM.   Ultimate Battle: Sturgis The five builders pull out all the stops to compete for who will be best in show at the biggest bikers showcase in the country.   Watch all of the excitement and drama on Biker Battleground Phoenix Tuesday, August 26 … Read More

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DVD Review: Love Or Whatever

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Love Or Whatever is a somewhat silly, quirky, and ultimately sweet and endearing love story about a man who is a bit uptight and finds a new passion after his long-term boyfriend cheats on him. It stars Tyler Poelle, Joel Rush, David Wilson Page, Jennifer Elise Cox and Jenica Bergere. The film opens with a question. Corey (Tyler Poelle) asks, … Read More

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Breaking – Richard Attenborough Dies at Age 90

Adam RuhlObituaryLeave a Comment


  English actor and Academy Award winning director Lord Richard Attenborough has passed away this morning at age 90. He is probably most well known to younger movie viewers for his portrayal of John Hammond, the wealthy entrepreneur who builds Jurassic Park. He also directed numerous films include Chaplin, Magic, A Chorus Line, and Academy Award Winning Best Picture Ganhdi. … Read More

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Comedy Interview: Matteo Lane

Matt RiggsComedyLeave a Comment


I heard a quote once that an elderly lady said.  It stuck with me, because it was just a very true statement.  It is weird how a small phrases, be it from a book, movie, song or just real life can just stick with you and help you in those times of trouble.  This lady’s quote was simple, yet direct.  … Read More

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DVD Review: The Marx Brothers TV Collection

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The Marx Brothers TV Collection is a three-disc set of television appearances by Groucho, Harpo and Chico Marx, featuring more than ten hours of footage. There are dramatic roles, comedy routines, even commercials in this set. There is so much that I don’t really have space to detail everything that’s included, so will focus on some programs that deserve special … Read More

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DVD Review: Man At Bath

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Man At Bath is an unusual film about two men whose relationship may or may not be at an end when one of them travels to New York. It stars Francois Sagat and Omar Ben Sellem. The film opens with some hand-held video footage shot as Omar (Omar Ben Sellem) walks along, humming a bit to himself. He then turns … Read More

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Blu-Ray Review – Rage

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  Rage Special Features: The Making of Rage, Deleted Scenes, Alternate Ending From the box: Paul Maguire (Academy Award Winner Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas) is a respectable business man and loving father living a peaceful life…until his violent past comes back to haunt him. When his teenage daughter is taken from their home, Paul rounds up his old crew … Read More

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DVD Review – Blood Glacier @blutgletscher

Adam RuhlDVD Review, Horror, MoviesLeave a Comment


Blood Glacier AKA  Blutgletscher A German title? Yep, this lovely little horror tale is of Austrian origin and is being released in America by IFC Midnight. Before I even get to the movie review I have to say I think I am in love with this cover. It’s just so striking and the monster is cool looking; it actually helps … Read More

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