Archive for September, 2011

Trigun: Badlands Rumble

Trigun: Badlands Rumble

| September 26, 2011

It’s been 12 long years since anime fans were introduced by Vash the Stampede and the hit series Trigun here in the US. In 2005, original creator, Yasuhiro Nightow had announced the possibility of there being a film version of Trigun being made due to the high demand made by the US fans and the […]

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Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore

Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore

| September 26, 2011

September 27th is a great day for fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis: Something Weird and Image are releasing both The Blood Trilogy Blu-ray and their long-awaited documentary Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore. While The Blood Trilogy is a total no-brainer for fans of Lewis and for those who like to archive classic horror […]

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NEWS…..BIRD IN THE AIR….JANE GOODALL…..JERRY LEWIS…..AND MORE….

NEWS…..BIRD IN THE AIR….JANE GOODALL…..JERRY LEWIS…..AND MORE….

| September 23, 2011

BIRD OF THE AIR – in limited release on September 23 A sassy parrot and a free-spirited librarian upend the well-ordered life of a solitary man. Lyman (Jackson Hurst) is a loner, working the graveyard shift for the Courtesy Patrol. When a green parrot flies in to his trailer he becomes obsessed with finding its […]

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Weekend

Weekend

| September 22, 2011

In Weekend, director Andrew Haigh gracefully yet candidly explores what happens when two people meet for the first time, become sexually intimate within hours, and eventually part ways going opposite destinations. Set in the U.K., Russell (Tom Cullen) is a reserved lifeguard that randomly picks up Glen (Chris New), an artist, in a nightclub on […]

The Ledge

The Ledge

| September 22, 2011

The Ledge opens with Gavin (Charlie Hunnam), a hotel manager, climbing the stairs to the roof of a tall building before making his way out onto the ledge as if he’s going to jump. Soon, the police are notified and Hollis (Terrence Howard), who specializes in talking jumpers down, is put on the case. It […]

Bob Lends a Helping Hand

Bob Lends a Helping Hand

| September 22, 2011

Veggie Tales has been around for years, and it’s just one of those things you know is going to last for a while. In a few years, the program will have been around long enough for parents who grew up on it to introduce it to their children, if it hasn’t been around that long […]

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The Cleveland Show Complete Second Season

The Cleveland Show Complete Second Season

| September 22, 2011

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane churns out his weakest effort yet with The Cleveland Show. The premise of the Family Guy spinoff is that Cleveland Brown has left his home and friends in Quahog to move back to his home town, Stoolbend (get it?), where he marries his high school crush, Donna, and becomes stepfather […]

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@UrFrenz

@UrFrenz

| September 22, 2011

@UrFrenz is a startling look at the real life perils that many of our teenage kids face. Inspired by the cyber-bullying case of Megan Meier, @UrFrenz isn’t content to be the formulaic “Wake up, parents!” Lifetime movie. Instead, it opens the front door and walks straight up to your kid’s room and shows you the […]

Visions of Europe

Visions of Europe

| September 21, 2011

Visions of Europe is a collection of twelve episodes of Visions series, originally aired on Public Television and previously released in a ten disc boxed set in October of 2009. This collection includes the cities and countryside in places such as; Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Greece, and many Great Cities in the rest of Europe. […]

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Lee and Grant

Lee and Grant

| September 21, 2011

Lee and Grant is a 94 minute documentary from the History chronically the lives of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee. The documentary starts by discussing the early lives of both men and the circumstances that led up to them becoming the leaders of opposing sides in the Civil War. The documentary then chronicles […]

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