• Mazes and Monsters (1982) – Tom Hanks Dungeons and Dragons Propoganda Film

    Currently, I am on vacation in Austell, Georgia visiting my family.  It’s always great to see my amazing brother-n-law Joey and wonderful father and mother-n-law.  My husband and I always have a blast, and I’m happy to say (though I don’t want to jinx myself on the way back) that the plane ride was smooth.  [...]

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  • A Man Apart (2003) – Vin Diesel ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee A good cop, doing his job, loses his wife at the hands of some bad guys and now plans to take them down, one by one. This sound familiar? It should. Ninety percent of all 1980’s action films followed this formula and rightfully so. It’s a great outline to go by and [...]

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  • The Sequel Files: Men in Black II (MIIB)

    By Pat French Movie sequels are the biggest hit or miss prospect in Hollywood. Their entire existence is based on the conceit that occasionally, against all odds, lightning will strike twice. If the first film had any sort of audience, it’s reasonable to expect a decent turn-out on opening weekend. Most don’t carry much interest [...]

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  • Death Wish V: THE FACE OF DEATH (l994) – Charles Bronson Action Movie Review

    By Geno McGahee One of my favorite actors of all time is Charles Bronson. He had one of the best action film runs of any actor, including MURPHY’S LAW, 10 TO MIDNIGHT and the DEATH WISH series. In 1974, the original DEATH WISH was released. It was a gritty drama with some action elements, but [...]

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  • Scream Park (2014) – Amusement Park SLASHER HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee An amusement park is a great setting for a horror movie. SCREAM PARK got points right out of the gate for just that, but, sadly, the rest of the film didn’t offer much. Wild Eye Releasing is bringing this film to VOD and DVD on April 22nd and it’s advertised as a [...]

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  • Sexcastle: A comic homage to 80s action movies is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter!

    Sexcastle is an exciting beat ‘em up comic about personal redemption in the style of 80s action movies by writer and artist Kyle Starks Here’s the skinny from the man himself. “Have you ever thought, “Man, I wish there were more things like the movie Road House?” “Sexcastle is the story of Shane Sexcastle, former [...]

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  • The Cinema Snob: Nudies, Rudies & Crudies

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza I most certainly needed a laugh yesterday and was absolutely thrilled when my copy of Nudies, Rudies & Crudies came in.  It seems whenever I attempt to work extra hours at work, something happens and I need to leave early.  Yesterday was such a day. So, when I arrived home, my [...]

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  • Buttwhistle (2014) – Drama Movie Review

    By Geno McGahee Breaking Glass Pictures is bringing BUTTWHISTLE to cable VOD on April 29th and on DVD on May 27th, but don’t be put off by the name of the flick. Written and Directed by Tenney Fairchild, BUTTWHISTLE is a lesson that no good deed goes unpunished and that when a gap is left, [...]

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  • Detonator (2013) – Thriller Movie Review

    By Geno McGahee Most people have that one friend that nobody else sees any good in, always screws them over, but somehow, they maintain the relationship and help when needed. This is explored in DETONATOR, a film that is co-directed by Damon Maulucci and Keir Politz and is OnDemand and on iTunes courtesy of Breaking [...]

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  • The Screwfly Solution (2006) – MASTERS OF HORROR REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee OK, the second season of MASTERS OF HORROR has not been in the same league as the first, but they’re still pretty good and “pretty good” is the best way to describe THE SCREWFLY SOLUTION tale. There is a virus going around that are turning all men into women-hunting killers. There is [...]

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Mazes and Monsters (1982) – Tom Hanks Dungeons and Dragons Propoganda Film

Currently, I am on vacation in Austell, Georgia visiting my family.  It’s always great to see my amazing brother-n-law Joey and wonderful father and mother-n-law.  My husband and I always have a blast, and I’m happy to say (though I don’t want to jinx myself on the way back) that the plane ride was smooth.  [...]

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GILGAMESH – INDIE MOVIEMAKER RICHARD CHANDLER WRAPS UP PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY – Horror Movie News

INDIE MOVIEMAKER RICHARD CHANDLER WRAPS UP PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR “GILGAMESH” Boston, Massachusetts – Indie filmmaker Richard Chandler confirmed his latest full-length feature, GILGAMESH, has finished principal photography. He expects the post-production phase will take at least seven months to complete due in part to the wealth of footage that he shot as well as the [...]

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BBC Home Entertainment’s Afterlife: Season One available on DVD May 13, 2014 – HORROR NEWS

AFTERLIFE: SEASON ONE “Afterlife is both splendidly suspenseful and emotionally true…” – Los Angeles Times Street Date: May 13, 2014 Suggested Retail Price: DVD $24.98 ($30.98 in Canada) Length: Approx. 282 minutes + bonus features/ 2-disc set Join BBC Home Entertainment for the first season of the psychological thriller Afterlife, coming to DVD from beyond [...]

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A Man Apart (2003) – Vin Diesel ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee A good cop, doing his job, loses his wife at the hands of some bad guys and now plans to take them down, one by one. This sound familiar? It should. Ninety percent of all 1980’s action films followed this formula and rightfully so. It’s a great outline to go by and [...]

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COLD IN JULY Opening in select theaters and on video on demand May 23rd – IFC Films MOVIE NEWS

IFC Films Synopsis: How can a split-second decision change your life? On a sweltering Texas summer night in 1989, husband and father Richard Dane (Dexter’s Michael C. Hall) awakens to the sound of a burglar breaking into his home. In a panic, he shoots the intruder dead—but this nightmare is only just beginning. Although he’s hailed as [...]

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A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST | In Theaters May 30, 2014! – MOVIE NEWS

A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST In Theaters May 30, 2014 About A Million Ways To Die In The West: Seth MacFarlane directs, produces, co-writes and plays the role of the cowardly sheep farmer Albert in A Million Ways to Die in the West.  After Albert backs out of a gunfight, his fickle girlfriend leaves him [...]

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New NSFW Trailer & Images from WALK OF SHAME – MOVIE NEWS

WALK OF SHAME In Select Theaters & VOD on Friday, May 2nd, 2014 The outrageous comedy WALK OF SHAME stars Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games, Pitch Perfect) as a resourceful reporter whose one-night stand with a handsome stranger (James Marsden of Anchorman 2) leaves her stranded the next morning in downtown Los Angeles without a phone, car, [...]

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THE IMMIGRANT – Joaquin Phoenix MOVIE NEWS – Releasing on May 16th!

We are pleased to announce that the poster for James Gray’s upcoming film THE IMMIGRANT, starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner, is now available. The film opens May 16, 2014. In James Gray’s THE IMMIGRANT, Ewa Cybulski (Cotillard) and her sister sail to New York from their native Poland in search of a new [...]

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Julie Caitlin Brown – Actress/Writer & Organizer of Evolution Expo Speaks

Podcast by Forris Day JR Julie Caitlin Brown is an actress, writer, producer and organizer of the new Evolution Expo in Oakland California, an event that mixes science fiction, real science and the arts. Forris talks to Julie about her past work in film and TV , how she developed Evolution Expo and what she [...]

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Counting Down Bob Dylan – His 100 Finest Songs by Jim Beviglia – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr. I’ve never been much of a Bob Dylan fan. I do like some of his music but overall I can take or leave it. I had the opportunity to read the new book by Jim Beviglia called “Counting Down Bob Dylan – His 100 Finest Songs” and much to my surprise [...]

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Location Sound Bible by Ric Viers – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr. Most video or film people will tell you it is usually a project to get good audio when out in the field. Out in the field means NOT in a studio. In a studio you have greater control of what you are recording but out in the field you have lots [...]

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FilmBuff to Bring “Devil in My Ride” to Digital Audiences – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

FILMBUFF TO BRING “DEVIL IN MY RIDE” TO DIGITAL AUDIENCES FilmBuff Will Release Red Band Films’ Horror/Comedy “Devil in My Ride” on May 13th Through Multiple Video-on-Demand Platforms It was announced today that digital entertainment curator, FilmBuff, will release the horror/comedy “Devil in My Ride,” starring Sid Haig (“Kill Bill: Vol. 2,” “Jackie Brown,” “The [...]