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A film fan since he first saw that Rebel Blockade Runner fleeing the massive Imperial Star Destroyer at the tender age of 8 and a veteran freelance journalist with twenty years experience writing about film and pop culture.

PFF Review: STORM

April 14, 2008

The Wachowski Brother’s Matrix trilogy has many cinematic sins to atone for. The Swedish movie Storm is one of those sins. Donny (Eric Ericson) is a writer who suddenly finds himself caught up in events [click for more]

INCREDIBLE HULK Poster

April 14, 2008

While we have been indunated with advertising for the upcoming superhero flicks Iron Man and The Dark Knight, the summer’s third four color cinematic adaptation, The Incredible Hulk, has been flying realtively low to the [click for more]

DVD Review: LIONS FOR LAMBS

April 10, 2008

When the film Lions For Lambs was released last fall to a response that was deafening in its silence, conservative pundits immediately leapt to the attack claiming that its box office failure was due to [click for more]

PFF Review: MONGUL

April 8, 2008

The first in a proposed trilogy of films charting the life of the warlord Genghis Khan, Sergei Bodrov’s film Mongol feels like an echo of the great historical epics from Hollywood’s Golden Age. Mongol strips [click for more]

PFF Review: JESUS, THE SPIRIT OF GOD

April 8, 2008

Originating from Iran, Jesus, The Spirit Of God examines the life of Jesus of Nazareth not from the traditional European/Christian perspective as the Son of God, but from the Muslim perspective of a human who [click for more]

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