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About Rich Drees
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.

EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL? Groovy!

October 5, 2006

Back during Hollywood’s Golden Age, studios regularly raided the boards of Broadway for source material for their films. However, with the recent success Mel Brooks had in bringing his hit 1968 comedy The Producers to [click for more]

Tony Jaa Talks THE PROTECTOR

September 12, 2006

When the Thai action film Ong-Bak opened in the United States, martial arts film fans finally were let in on a secret other film fans around the world already knew- that newcomer Tony Jaa could [click for more]

Review: HOLLYWOODLAND

September 9, 2006

Out of the many tragic deaths that litter Hollywood history, none stand out more tragically and ironically than that of George Reeves, who had achieved his greatest fame for portraying the comic book superhero Superman [click for more]

Fox’s IDIOCRACY

September 7, 2006

This past weekend director Mike Judge’s long awaited follow-up to his hit comedy Office Space (1999), Idiocracy, finally appeared in theatres, though one would be hard pressed to know it. The film stars Luke Wilson [click for more]

Review: CLERKS II

July 20, 2006

Whoever coined the phrase “You can’t go home again,” may want to re-evaluate that sentiment after viewing writer/director Kevin Smith’s Clerks II, his sequel to the 1994 indie comedy that launched his career. Although Smith’s [click for more]

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