Author Archive: chidgey.marcus

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas

| December 5, 2009

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas starts off as any other IASIP episode would: in Paddy’s pub, with the gang scheming up ways to outdo themselves. This time, we find Charlie and Mac wearing their favorite seasonal sweaters (or cut-off tee in the case of the latter) and hanging wreaths about the […]

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Zombiemania

Zombiemania

| October 20, 2009

What would you do in the event of a Zombie invasion? Do you have an exit strategy? Have you built a bunker? Do you have a weapons stockpile? A woman stumbling her way through a Zombie walk bears a tattoo on her forearm that reads: “Blades don’t need reloading”, a reference to a Zombie survival […]

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Rage

Rage

| September 22, 2009

Rage is the new film by Sally Potter (Orlando; The Man Who Cried). This ambitious film claims to have invented a new genre of filmmaking: Naked Cinema. Whatever its being labeled, Rage certainly is like no other film that is out there right now. The concept of the film involves a young schoolboy, Michelangelo, filming […]

Jennifer’s Body

Jennifer’s Body

| September 20, 2009

Spoiler Alert! As the knife pierces Jennifer’s skin, she screams out in pain, “My tit!” “No, your heart,” corrects Needy. Sure, the above quote (from Jennifer’s Body) sounds contrived, but not if you’ve sat through the rest of this movie and watched the plot dance and dodge around all sorts of horror cliches while at […]

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The Suite Life On Deck: Anchor’s Away!

The Suite Life On Deck: Anchor’s Away!

| September 1, 2009

Disney’s The Suite Life of Zack and Cody spinoff series, The Suite Life On Deck: Anchors Away!, features the rambunctious Zack and Cody (Cole and Dylan Sprouse) in another hijink adventure, this time on a semester-at-sea cruise ship, the SS Tipton. With priorities averse to studying or staying awake during class, the boys get into […]

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10 Minutes: Would You Put Your House on the Line for a Career in the Movies?

10 Minutes: Would You Put Your House on the Line for a Career in the Movies?

| January 12, 2005

Two years ago, young twenty-something Producer Dean Fisher set out to make a film that looked like any other you would go see at your local cinema. All he had was a self-penned, (though award-winning) short film script called Ten Minutes, and not a whole lot else. No cast, no crew and certainly no equipment. […]

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