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  1. DVD Review: Meet Me There

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    There's something to be said for those creepy religious cult flicks - whether it be an enigmatic kook of a leader to draw the audience in, or the zealous throngs that flock to his every word. In any event, these movies have always appealed to me at one point or another, and when I got a copy of MEET ME THERE in my sweaty little paws, I'll excite-o-meter shot up a few notches...alas, the inevitable downfall occurred, and here we GO!
  2. Review: Gift That Kept Giving (Short)

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    One man. One camera. One creepy-assed clown puppet - while many could look at a ultra-low budgeted short such as this and skewer it until the cows come home, but I'll give credit where it's due, and director/musician Trey Griffin has provided the indie-short lover a true GIFT THAT KEPT GIVING.

    Griffin plays the lead role here as well - his name is Terry McDorkle (I'm not kidding), and he spends his days strumming along on the six-string, ...

    Updated 05-13-2015 at 03:46 AM by bronxtko

  3. Not the Best of the Genre: "The Vatican Exorcisms" (2013)

    Accompanied by Padre Luigi, a true exorcist, Joe Marino travels to the south of Italy, a place where the sacred and profane have always lived together, where Christian rituals are inextricably linked to the pagan ones.

    First, a brief note on exorcism films: whether or not there were films about exorcism prior to "The Exorcist", that film set a benchmark that all others must now contend with. There are two ways to approach this: try to make a better film, or try to make a ...
  4. Review: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

    If I was forced to pick just one film to watch this summer it wouldn’t have superheroes, dinosaurs or Tom Cruise hanging outside a taxiing airplane. Nope. My film would include an apocalyptic future full of car chases and carnage. In short, my pick would be Mad Max: Fury Road.

    Of all the reboots the Hollywood system has churned over the past two decades, none had me more excited than a Mad Max film. The original series ...

    Updated 05-12-2015 at 07:41 AM by Greg Roberts

  5. Review: Maggie (2015)

    Let’s be honest with each other. Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot continue to save the world as we are used to having as he nears age 70. He’s old. And roles that he go gleefully played to our enjoyment three decades ago would just look awkward with his new realized age.

    Thankfully, Schwarzenegger seems to have realized such when he accepted a role in the new zombie film Maggie. The script, as penned by John Scott III, doesn’t call for any galting guns or futuristic ...
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