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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.

DVD Review: PING PONG

September 7, 2007

If you think that cinematic table tennis is only good for a few laughs like in the recently released Balls Of Fury, than you need to see Ping Pong. And luckily for you, this wildly [click for more]

Review: 3:10 TO YUMA

September 7, 2007

All film genres go through cycles of popularity. At their height, the public’s hunger for them is insatiable. At their depths, they play to nearly empty houses, the public dismissing them with a memory for [click for more]

Stephen Chow’s Next- CJ7

September 7, 2007

Having wowed audiences with the visual anarchy of Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle, Stephen Chow’s next film, title CJ7, certainly sounds as if it might be a more sedate affair. In it Chow plays [click for more]

TRON Director Lisberger Back With SOUL CODE

September 5, 2007

After nearly a two decade absence, writer/director Steven Lisberger, best known for his groundbreaking 1982 science-fiction/adventure film TRON, will be stepping back behind the camera with a new science-fiction project Soul Code for Reliant Pictures. [click for more]

DVD News: Unrated EYES WIDE SHUT

September 5, 2007

It has been confirmed that the upcoming DVD release of auteur Stanley Kubrick’s final film Eyes Wide Shut will contain both the R-rated version released in United States theaters plus the more sexually explicit unrated [click for more]

BAD LIEUTENANT Revisited

September 5, 2007

We reported last week that producer Ed Pressman was working on a follow-up to his 1987 production Wall Street. Now, a report from the Los Angeles Times states that Pressman is revisiting another past project- [click for more]

DEATH PROOF International Posters

September 4, 2007

Broken in half, perhaps by its less than stellar reception in the United States, the two halves of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse will be screening internationally as two separate films. An expanded version [click for more]

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