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EXCLUSIVE: RIE RASMUSSEN AND THE HUMAN ZOO

EXCLUSIVE: RIE RASMUSSEN AND THE HUMAN ZOO

| November 11, 2011

Rie Rasmussen On HUMAN ZOO, By Paul Fischer in Los Angeles. The gorgeous and uncompromising Rie Rasmussen was born in Denmark in 1978 to an artist mother and an Economist father. She was raised in the Danish country in an extended family with nine brothers and sisters. She moved to New York at the age […]

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Like Crazy

Like Crazy

| November 5, 2011

LIKE CRAZY. Grade: C- Cast: Anton Yelchin (Jacob); Felicity Jones (Anna); Jennifer Lawrence (Sam); Charlie Bewley (Simon); Alex Kingston (Jackie); Oliver Muirhead (Bernard) Credits: Directed by Drake Doremus; written by Doremus and Ben York Jones; produced by Jonathan Schwartz and Andrea Sperling. A Paramount Vantage release. Love stories are complicated cinematic beasts and rarely work […]

Oranges and Sunshine

Oranges and Sunshine

| October 19, 2011

Oranges and Sunshine depicts the true story of British social worker, Margaret Humphreys (Emily Watson), who by chance uncovered the scandalous covert deportation of over 100,000 children that took place over 2 decades from the United Kingdom to Australia by boat. Many parents were told their children had been adopted and on to a better […]

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Reviews – 2011

Reviews – 2011

| February 21, 2011

ABDUCTION Rated: 3 ABDUCTION is destined for major Razzie recognition as their choice for Worst Film of 2011 with Taylor Lautner likely to take the prize as Worst Actor. Most of the time, he looks as if he just smelled something unpleasant. Sigourney Weaver gives the worst performance of her career but it probably isn’t […]

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Psycho Ward

Psycho Ward

| May 30, 2010

Ah, abandoned prisons. Clandestine party spot, raging kegger central, horror movie setting since time immemorial and of course, killing spree central. And that’s the central theme behind today’s horror movie spectacular, Psycho Ward. Psycho Ward features a group of young people off to do a documentary about an abandoned prison, and some of the stuff […]

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13 Teen

13 Teen

| May 30, 2010

When a movie can start off with a line like “There’s a razor thin line between sanity and insanity, sometimes you don’t even know you’ve crossed it”, it’s a fair bet that something big is going to happen. And chances are, it’s not going to be pretty. But whether or not it’ll be entertaining remains […]

House of the Devil

House of the Devil

| May 30, 2010

Ti West, if you haven’t been keeping track of him lately, has had sort of a strange sort of infatuation with retro fare. After seeing “The Roost”, I had an idea how he was looking to handle his movies. Turns out House of the Devil was going to be another example of retro fare. House […]

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Home Movie

Home Movie

| March 4, 2010

There is nothing, ladies and gentlemen, quite so scary as the concept of children gone bad. Children, you see, awaken certain instincts in us. In most of the population, these are instincts of protection, instincts that in most cases requires us to defend the children in question. The thought that we may have to defend […]

The Hills Run Red

The Hills Run Red

| March 4, 2010

Considering that the first five minutes of The Hills Run Red open up with some truly horrendous self-mutilation, I can see where you would think this would be pretty shocking. And giving me further hope for the movie is the surprise revelation that this is a Dark Castle film. Dark Castle has given me LOADS […]

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Alien Raiders

Alien Raiders

| March 4, 2010

Sometimes that which you see is only the beginning. And sometimes it takes a team of heavily armed sociopaths holding you hostage in a grocery store to see the world for what it really is. That’s the basic concept of Alien Raiders, our review target this go-round. And it’s a downright doozy too, kids. In […]

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