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'The Lords of Salem' Blu-ray Review: Director Rob Zombie Reaffirms Mastery of Horror Genre

Horror fans may have missed the small release of Rob Zombie's latest film, Lords of Salem, earlier this year but they can catch it now on DVD and blu-ray- and they should. The Lords of Salem is a horror film with an old school nature. It's less about an overall plot and more about Zombie creating something strange and different through new imagery and spine tingling scenes of horror. Sep 2, 2013 9:44 AM PT

EPIX Buys 'Milius' Doc, Shows Conservative Filmmaker's Clash with Hollywood

A new documentary that will most definitely appeal to conservatives, and could change the thinking of many liberals and liberal artists, has just been bought by the premium entertainment channel titled EPIX. The documentary, Milius, is about famous writer and director John Milius and how his anti-Hollywood personality and conservative politics made him an outcast in Hollywood despite working on classics such as Apocalypse Now, Jaws and Dirty Harry. One of the most interesting facts about the movie is that it is not another film from conservatives trying to push an agenda and peddling to conservative audiences. This documentary was directed by two folks, Zak Knutson and Joey Figueroa, whose main credit includes working for Kevin Smith. Aug 30, 2013 2:31 PM PT

Sylvester Stallone and Friends Reach Out Via Kickstarter to Finish Indie Film

A new film, titled Reach Me, is the latest to jump into the public funding pool on Kickstarter. It's a movie starring everyone from Sylvester Stallone to Kelsey Grammer which means it will definitely fuel the fire of those angered at celebrities trying to be independently financed with audiences' hard earned dollars. Aug 27, 2013 3:56 PM PT

'Pain and Gain' Blu-ray Review: Tortured Take on American Dream Hits Darkly Original Notes

I have no idea what kind of financial maneuvering and backroom blackmail Michael Bay had to pull off to get funding for a crazy movie like Pain and Gain, but I am so glad he did. Pain and Gain, available today on Blu-ray and DVD, is an unforgettable film that is twisted in all the right ways, funny in all the right parts and just an overall breath of fresh air for cinema lovers looking for something just a little bit different. Aug 26, 2013 3:26 PM PT

'House Party: Tonight's the Night' DVD Review: Sour Blend of G-Rated Packaging and R-Rated Material

Everybody needs to get paid. I understand that. We all have bills and money is a cool thing to have. If I got a call from Warner Brothers Entertainment tomorrow and they asked me to write them a modern House Party film for them for a decent amount of money, I'd say yes in a second. Who wouldn't? The same goes for directing and acting for such a vehicle. After all, David Fincher and Nicolas Cage aren't going to get the House Party calls (the latter actually might). Instead it's going to be up and coming actors and filmmakers. When you're on your way to the top, money is a very cool thing to have. Aug 4, 2013 9:05 AM PT

'Love and Honor' Blu-ray Review: Vietnam War Era Drama Rises Above Typical Talking Points

Vietnam War era films are tricky to pull off. Most times they end up preachy or ignorant and other times they end up just plain bad. Love and Honor happens to be a surprising film treasure that is neither of those things. What the Liam Hemsworth starring film happens to be is a well told film with captivating characters and themes about war and soldiers that very few films are intelligent enough to touch on. Jul 23, 2013 3:21 PM PT

'42' Blu-Ray Review: Jackie Robinson's Story Painted with Elegant Strokes

"42" is a film about baseball and overcoming prejudice, and that's really it. It’s a simply told film that wants to do little more than tell an inspirational story that celebrates individuals while also tugging at your heart strings, and you know what? There’s nothing wrong with any of that. Jul 15, 2013 4:37 PM PT

'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' Blu-ray Review: Charm Makes Up for Film's Stale Story

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone didn't manage to make much of a splash while in theaters despite sporting an impressive cast that included everyone from Steve Carell to the late and great James Gandolfini. The film follows the magic duo Burt (Carell) and Anton (Steve Buscemi) from their inspired childhood practicing magic in their homes to their adulthood performing it for people with their show, "Magical Friendship." Jul 1, 2013 2:24 PM PT

'Phantom' Blu-Ray Review: First-Class Thriller Packs Mystery, Pro-American Spirit

There's a lot in "Phantom" that may seem like weird decisions to most and end up splitting audiences. Despite some seemingly odd choices, I highly recommend Todd Robinson's more independent minded thriller to all Big Hollywood readers. Not only does the movie thrill as a well done and tense submarine movie, but it works as a character piece and actor showcase as well. The movie is even a little pro-American. Jun 27, 2013 12:21 PM PT

Director M. Night Shyamalan Wants to Save Our Schools

M. Night Shyamalan will be taking a break from receiving bad reviews and defending his post-Sixth Sense career this September when he releases a little book entitled, I Got Schooled: The Unlikely Story of How a Moonlighting Movie Maker Learned the Five Keys to Closing Americas Education Gap. Jun 18, 2013 9:37 AM PT


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