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  1. Interview With David Keith (Awaken)

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    If you've had your eyes affixed to the silver screen at all for the past 40 years, then you've most likely seen David Keith's face in some of the bigger hits - with roles in blockbusters such as An Officer and A Gentleman, Firestarter, Major League II and a myriad of other film and TV roles, he is easily one of the most recognizable actors in TinselTown. His latest role in the Natalie Burn action thriller Awaken, has him playing the role of a reluctant ...
  2. Movie Short Review: Waterbourne (2015)

    Generally, I am all zombied out. Countless (blank) of the Dead films, the Walking Dead television series, the Walking Dead prequel series and enough undead brain and flesh eaters in my Netflix queue to fill an entire yearís worth of free time, zombies have become somewhat of a recurring redundant joke in daily life.

    In an effort to bring something new and fresh to the genre, Hollywood has trotted out zombie films heavy on drama (Maggie), zombie films that are comedies (Life After ...
  3. Review: Escobar: Paradise Lost

    The casting is perfect. Benicio Del Toro is a menacing figure. When he stares at you itís as if he is looking through your soul searching for imperfections while freezing your tracks with his Medusa gaze. He commands attention and his deep, raspy voice framed within a 6í 2Ē structure makes him an intimidating figure. Who better then to play Pablo Escobar, the notorious Columbian drug lord who built an empire worth $30 billion in the early 1990ís via cocaine trafficking? Escobar was a cut throat ...
  4. Movie Review: Rebound (2014)

    It is not very often that I have been given the opportunity to review a horror movie that is directed by a female. It is a genre that is overcrowded with plenty of male directors and not many females insight The number of woman that are at the top of the list as genre fans favorites are even less. However, there is a surge of female directors coming out that are trying to push through. I donít know if this is because filmmaking is becoming ...
  5. Review: The Treatment

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    Riveting crime thrillers once used to be a dime-a-dozen, however they've tailed off in recent years, leaving those looking for a solid storyline and interesting characters holding out for a better tomorrow. I'd personally witnessed a dry stretch until I received a glimpse of director Hans Herbots's intriguing film, THE TREATMENT, and I can say that for the most part, my faith has been restored.

    A lifetime of trauma has plagued Detective ...

    Updated 06-23-2015 at 05:55 PM by bronxtko

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