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  • Expectations coming out of a festival are always a mysterious thing as a film’s value can occasionally get skewed. Blue is the Warmest Color is the stunning and graphic sexual awakening...

    DVD Review: Blue is the Warmest Color

    Expectations coming out of a festival are always a mysterious thing as a film’s value can occasionally get skewed. Blue is the Warmest Color is the stunning and graphic sexual awakening...

  • We live in a world, that quite frankly is getting smaller and smaller each and every day, and filmed war epics are no longer the exclusive domain of the Hollywood...

    Movie Review: Stalingrad

    We live in a world, that quite frankly is getting smaller and smaller each and every day, and filmed war epics are no longer the exclusive domain of the Hollywood...

  • Solo is a horror/thriller that manages to rise above the standard ‘young girl at a summer camp’ horror fare thanks to some pretty solid execution. 17-year-old Gillian (Annie Clark) takes...

    Movie Review: Solo

    Solo is a horror/thriller that manages to rise above the standard ‘young girl at a summer camp’ horror fare thanks to some pretty solid execution. 17-year-old Gillian (Annie Clark) takes...

  • North American audiences are far too conditioned to fantasy films that get churned out of the Hollywood system, when in reality they come in a wide variety from countries all...

    Blu-ray Review: Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon

    North American audiences are far too conditioned to fantasy films that get churned out of the Hollywood system, when in reality they come in a wide variety from countries all...

  • Once in a while you get some genuine surprises while watching a film. Cheap Thrills is a dark comedic thriller that takes us to places we never imagined and yet...

    Interview: Director E.L. Katz talks ‘Cheap Thrills’

    Once in a while you get some genuine surprises while watching a film. Cheap Thrills is a dark comedic thriller that takes us to places we never imagined and yet...

  • No matter the size of the screen, there is nothing like a fun, action-filled comic book movie to set the mind at ease when. Thor: The Dark World continues the...

    Blu-ray Review: Thor: The Dark World

    No matter the size of the screen, there is nothing like a fun, action-filled comic book movie to set the mind at ease when. Thor: The Dark World continues the...

  • Adapting a science fiction novel for the big screen can often be a harrowing affair if only because the fanbase tends to be so very passionate. At first glance Ender’s Game...

    Blu-ray Review: Ender’s Game

    Adapting a science fiction novel for the big screen can often be a harrowing affair if only because the fanbase tends to be so very passionate. At first glance Ender’s Game...

  • These days, the quality of a film is judged not only on the experience of it in the theatre, but in the home theatre as well. And while cinema is...

    Blu-ray Review: Gravity

    These days, the quality of a film is judged not only on the experience of it in the theatre, but in the home theatre as well. And while cinema is...

  • Sometimes it’s the simplest of ideas that stick with you the most. Cheap Thrills manages to milk the absolute most out of a bare bones premise that has crossed all...

    Movie Review: Cheap Thrills

    Sometimes it’s the simplest of ideas that stick with you the most. Cheap Thrills manages to milk the absolute most out of a bare bones premise that has crossed all...

  • Throughout history the marriage of cinema and sports has been an epic one since the inception of the medium. And it doesn’t hold any truer than in that beautiful sport...

    Blu-ray Review: Rocky Heavyweight Collection

    Throughout history the marriage of cinema and sports has been an epic one since the inception of the medium. And it doesn’t hold any truer than in that beautiful sport...

  • Heroes and activists come out of some of the most unlikely places. Dallas Buyers Club takes us straight into the early days of the AIDS epidemic telling the story of a...

    DVD Review: Dallas Buyers Club

    Heroes and activists come out of some of the most unlikely places. Dallas Buyers Club takes us straight into the early days of the AIDS epidemic telling the story of a...

  • The many marvels of the artistic world are ones to quite simply be in awe of, even to the point that science has difficulty explaining them. Tim’s Vermeer is an...

    Movie Review: Tim’s Vermeer

    The many marvels of the artistic world are ones to quite simply be in awe of, even to the point that science has difficulty explaining them. Tim’s Vermeer is an...

  • It’s a common misconception that animated films are only for kids, but in reality it is a medium and art form that can convey some of the most inspiring and...

    Movie Review: The Wind Rises

    It’s a common misconception that animated films are only for kids, but in reality it is a medium and art form that can convey some of the most inspiring and...

  • For better or worse, most movies do tend to follow a formula. The results usually range from predictable to out and out surprising. Even though 3 Days To Kill has...

    Movie Review: 3 Days to Kill

    For better or worse, most movies do tend to follow a formula. The results usually range from predictable to out and out surprising. Even though 3 Days To Kill has...

  • What do you get when you combine a disaster movie with a swords and sandals action film? Surprisingly, something pretty dull as Pompeii manages to take the fun out of...

    Movie Review: Pompeii

    What do you get when you combine a disaster movie with a swords and sandals action film? Surprisingly, something pretty dull as Pompeii manages to take the fun out of...

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