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  1. "Coffee Town": A Perfectly Roasted Comedy From College Humor

    A website manager (Glenn Howerton) enlists the help of his two friends in order to convince the owners of his favorite coffee shop -- which doubles as his office -- not to turn their business into a bar.

    The world of comedy has changed, perhaps radically, over the past few years. Traditionally, comedy was the domain of film, television and stand-up. But now we are seeing the growth of Internet comedy, which in some cases eclipses the old model. Funny or Die is consistently hilarious, ...
  2. Interview with Michelle DeFraites, “Project Almanac”

    Relative newcomer Michelle DeFraites, a Mississippi native, discovered her passion for the arts at an early age. With over ten years of dancing and local theater under her belt, Michelle launched into the chaos of Los Angeles and began tackling her career in entertainment. After a few years making guest appearances on various TV shows, including “House”, “Bones” and “Glee”, she is now transitioning to the big screen.

    Updated 01-22-2015 at 01:41 PM by Butcher

  3. Review: The Butchers

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    I've been fascinated by some of the most notable serial killers over the course of history, and NO, this isn't some declaration of my insanity that I'll exclusively be making here in my review. I've just never fully grasped the damaged mind and its capacity to control someone to commit such atrocities towards others.

    When I had the chance to review THE BUTCHERS, from director Steven Paul Judd, the premise of the most depraved murderers ...
  4. Interview with Allen Evangelista, “Project Almanac”

    Allen Evangelista made a name for himself starring as Firewire in “Zoey 101″ from 2006 through 2008. He next appeared in an impressive 81 episodes of “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” from 2008-2013. You may also have seen him in “Mozart and the Whale” or “Balls Out”.

    On January 14, 2015, Allen chatted with me briefly about his latest film, “Project Almanac”, which comes out later this month. It’s a big-budget science fiction time travel adventure, produced by Michael ...
  5. DVD Review: The Casebook Of Eddie Brewer

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    Like many independent horror films, one can look at a movie's premise and see what is clearly trying to be achieved, and as the film moves along (be it at whatever pace), the attempt to either follow or stray from a predetermined path is routinely evident, such as the case with director Andrew Spencer's supernatural docu-flick, THE CASEBOOK OF EDDIE BREWER.

    As the film began to roll, I was immediately thrust into the mindset of preparing ...
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