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Vamps Brings Heckerling and Silverstone Together Again

Vamps Brings Heckerling and Silverstone Together Again

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The era of Clueless may have come and gone, but the party-girls still have some unfinished business to attend to. Alicia Silverstone – branded forever as Cher “As If!” Horowitz – reunites this fall with the director who made her a household name back in 1995: Amy Heckerling. The writer/director of the classic high school comedy is […]

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Power Rangers Samurai: Monster Bash

Power Rangers Samurai: Monster Bash

| September 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Lionsgate Entertainment’s scatterbrained home video release schedule for Power Rangers Samurai continues in their latest Rangers title, Monster Bash, coming to DVD September 11, 2012. Lionsgate previously offered up the first eight of Samurai‘s 23 episodes in two DVD volumes in June of this year. Two months later, they pushed out the first eight episodes […]

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Pixar’s Brave on Blu-Ray: November 13, 2012

Pixar’s Brave on Blu-Ray: November 13, 2012

| August 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

Disney and Pixar have announced the release of their latest animated feature, Brave, available on Blu-Ray and DVD on November 13, 2012. The film is a legendary first for Pixar – its first featuring a female protagonist – and premiered in U.S. theaters this past June to the usual warm reception (is there ever a Pixar […]

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Yellow Submarine DVD Giveaway

Yellow Submarine DVD Giveaway

| May 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to our Yellow Submarine Giveaway winner, Ron Oliver. We had a lot of great responses to our prompt (What’s your favorite Beatles album and why?), and it made us realize two things: 1) our readers are incredibly passionate about The Beatles, and 2) we should probably put a word cap on our responses! Here’s Ron’s winning […]

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Bob’s Burgers The Complete 1st Season

Bob’s Burgers The Complete 1st Season

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

There’s a new restaurant in town, and its original menu included Soylent Green. Don’t’ believe me? The first clue is that Loren Bouchard’s family-centered animated workplace comedy launched with an episode titled “Human Flesh.” And the funeral home is right next door. Coincidence or convenience? Hmmmm. Of course that inaugural episode of Bob’s Burgers said […]

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Tinker Tailor  Soldier  Spy

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

| March 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

The first image of Gary Oldman’s portrayal of John Le Carre’s character of George Smiley, I was reminded of an owl. An owls eyes are very large, they are extremely stealthy and in most cultures, they are seen as a symbol of knowledge and wisdom. One of the biggest proponents of this as well is […]

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Savage Sisters

Savage Sisters

| March 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Produced for American International Pictures (AIP), Savage Sisters came about during the period of the 1970s in which countless American exploitation pictures were being produced in the Philippines in order to simultaneously cut production costs and increase production value. (You can learn more about this trend in Filipino genre filmmaking in Mark Hartley’s 2010 documentary, […]

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Sidewalls

Sidewalls

| March 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

For the skeptics, Sidewalls proves that it is possible for a romantic movie to be both philosophical and adorable. Martin and Mariana live in the same building in Buenos Aires, a budding city that becomes more and more bustling as technology increases and human interactions fade away. The two have a lot in common; both […]

History of the World in Two Hours

History of the World in Two Hours

| March 12, 2012

The History Channel creates another exciting adventure with their documentary special History of the World in Two Hours. This program provides a thorough chronology of the entire universe, from the infinitesimal flash of the Big Bang to the introduction of the Space Age. While I could have done with a little less emphasis on how […]

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Immortals

Immortals

| March 12, 2012

Ever since movies like Sin City and 300, the level of style in action movies continues to increase. Some filmmakers, like Michael Mann and Christopher Nolan, try their best to keep their action grounded in plausibility, whereas others simply take each successive stylized actioner as a challenge to one-up them the next time out. So […]