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Review :: Immortal Story

By Jake Mulligan | Aug 30
The story of Orson Welles' career is as much about the films he didn't make as it is about the ones he did.

Review :: Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

By Kevin Taft | Aug 30
Thirty-five years ago three 11-year old boys set out to make a shot by shot recreation of "Raiders of the Lost Ark." From memory. They did. And now they are setting out to shoot the one sequence that got away.

Review :: Ratchet & Clank

By Jonathan Covert | Aug 30
"Ratchet and Clank" is the most faithful videogame-to-movie adaptation ever made -- so why isn't it good?

'Finding Prince Charming' Host Lance Bass Confirms HIV-Positive Suitor

Aug 29
After a report from TMZ, Lance Bass, who is host of the upcoming "The Bachelor"-style gay dating show, confirmed a suitor vying for the attention of said prince charming, Robert Sepulveda Jr., is HIV-positive.

Stephen King Says Maine Governor is a Bigot, Racist

Aug 29
Maine horror writer Stephen King is chiming in on recent controversial remarks by Gov. Paul LePage, saying the Republican is "a bigot, a homophobe and a racist."

Review :: Arrow - The Complete Fourth Season

By JC Alvarez | Aug 29
The DC Comics universe erupts in primetime beginning with the one that started it all. "Arrow' - The Complete Fourth Season is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD and this may be the darkest hour facing the heroes of Star City!

Review :: I Think You Think Too Much of Me

By JC Alvarez | Aug 29
EDEN, the one-time EDM talent, emerges as a poetic journeyman taking a slight detour from the electronic music festival to deliver a more quiet and sensitive side on the EP "i think you think too much of me".

Review :: The Huntsman: Winter's War

By Greg Vellante | Aug 29
Despite many narrative downsides typical of a Hollywood blockbuster sequel, "The Huntsman: Winter's War" boasts many positive qualities. Thankfully, they are all highlighted in bonus features on the home release.

Review :: Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 29
A documentary about Ingrid Bergman such as this one promises much, and director Stig Björkman delivers on that promise. It's no wonder that this film has found itself included in the Criterion Collection so soon after its initial release.

Review :: La Moglie Piu' Bella

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 29
Twilight Time delights in reissuing all sorts of cinematic wonders, from off-the-wall oddities to under-appreciated classics. This time they've unearthed a true gem.

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