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Adam Carolla Targets 'Patent Trolls' with Podcast-Friendly Fundraiser

Podcaster Adam Carolla has recently picked up a new cause to rally his many listeners and "pirate ship" crew behind and that cause is fighting what have come to be known as patent trolls. Carolla and other fellow podcasters like Marc Maron are the most recent group of business owners to be targeted by patent trolls through federal lawsuits. Mar 24, 2014 12:23 PM PT

BH Interview: 'Recoil' Screenwriter Longs for '80s Action Heroes, Bemoans P.C. Restrictions

Hollywood once made its almighty dollar off of the backs of anti-authority men who stood for old school ideas of justice and right and wrong. These men included 80s heroes from Rocky to Rambo to John McClane. You could say the "conservative" silver screen hero went back all the way to John Wayne's films, but the 80s were where the anti-authority, good triumphs evil, bad men get their just deserves cinema really ruled Hollywood. Feb 25, 2014 4:41 PM PT

'Atlas Shrugged III' Gets New Cast, Aims at Election-Themed Release Date

Producers Harmon Kaslow and John Aglialoro will be rounding out their Atlas Shrugged movie trilogy this year with the currently titled Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who Is John Galt? The movie has begun filming and has been awarded an entirely new cast and crew as it preps for a September release. Jan 24, 2014 3:29 PM PT

Why Movies Like 'Lone Survivor' Matter: Americans Need to Know Their Heroes

Over the course of my three years in the military, I've met men and women with stories that have shocked me, awed me, humbled me and enlightened me. In a world where less than 1% of the American population serve in the military, people like Lone Survivor's Marcus Luttrell and American Sniper's late Chris Kyle are one step away from being fictional to most. It's hard to imagine that stories of such heroism and human awe exist, but they do. Jan 23, 2014 3:48 PM PT

'Runner Runner' Shows Gambling Black Markets Created by Government Red Tape

The history of the United States with online gambling is sad at best and frustratingly crazy at worst. Online gambling is just one of the many examples of a freedom the government has chosen to take away from people for "their own good." Runner, Runner, available now on home video, is the first memorable movie to deal with the subject of online gambling and to highlight the black market and seedy underworld created and thriving off of misguided laws and government red tape and seizure motivations. Jan 20, 2014 10:40 AM PT

'The Dirties' Dug Past Media Bias, Anti-Gun Rhetoric to Be Year's Best Film

It's gut-wrenching to wake up in the morning, open up the news and see that another violent spree has occurred inside the land of the free and the home of the brave especially when these violent outbursts include children. Unfortunately, gun violence and violence in general are on their way to becoming the norm for American citizens. We are becoming numb to it and that is the most tragic fact of all. Dec 31, 2013 11:59 AM PT

'Wings of a Warrior' DVD Review: Jimmy Doolittle's Heroism Captured for New Generation

It's tough to find films telling and celebrating the heroic deeds of men like Jimmy Doolittle. There's a lack of storytelling, whether documentative or narrative, when it comes to the stories of men who talked little and acted fast. In the case Medal of Honor winner Jimmy Doolittle, he was a man that saved countless lives and literally helped shape elements of the world we live in today. Dec 2, 2013 1:39 PM PT

'Ambushed' Blu-Ray Review: Generic Actioner No 'Expendables' Clone

Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Vinnie Jones all being in a film together is enough reason to pay attention. At least that's what I thought before I watched Ambushed, available now on home video. This film is so far beyond generic, so deeply cliched that I thought it might be smart enough to have a satirical bent. No sir. It's all serious and that's really too bad. Nov 25, 2013 4:12 PM PT

Kevin Smith's 'Tusk' Project Epitomizes New Media Capitalism

Writer/Director Kevin Smith has recorded the history of his new film Tusk quite thoroughly. The story goes like this: Smith and his producing partner, Scott Mosier (Free Birds), were recording their Smodcast podcast when they began talking about a UK ad Smith had seen. The ad was supposedly posted by an older, retired gentleman and he was looking for someone to live in his big house rent free. The catch was that the lucky person had to dress up like a walrus and act like a walrus for two hours a day. Strange indeed. Smith and Mosier joked about the ad, but also began wondering out loud what a horror film would be like if it were based on this unusual concept. Nov 25, 2013 2:55 PM PT

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