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'Wrongful Death' Excerpt: Morality and the Law Collide in New Thriller

'Wrongful Death' Excerpt: Morality and the Law Collide in New Thriller

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from “Wrongful Death,” a new legal thriller written by Big Hollywood contributor Andrew Price. Nothing about Jeffrey Tashard’s death was what it seemed! Based on the author’s sixteen years as a litigator, “Wrongful

Politics of 'Star Trek': "A Private Little War"

Politics of 'Star Trek': "A Private Little War"

Would it surprise you to know ‘Star Trek’ did a pro-Vietnam War episode? Prepare to be amazed as we continue our journey through the conservative world that is ‘Star Trek’ the original series with Episode 45: “A Private Little War.”

'Game of Thrones' Review: Gripping and Unpredictable

'Game of Thrones' Review: Gripping and Unpredictable

With Season Two of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” starting on April 1st, this is a good time to review the series to give you a chance to catch up. Bottom line, “Thrones” is a gripping series, but you have to

The Politics of 'Star Trek': 'Patterns of Force'

The Politics of 'Star Trek': 'Patterns of Force'

Conservatives often talk about what they don’t like about Hollywood. That’s okay, but it’s not productive. Maybe it’s time we talked about what we do like? More to the point, let’s point out when Hollywood has gotten it right. And

PROOFED ED: The Politics of Star Trek: 'Patterns of Force'

Conservatives often talk about what they don’t like about Hollywood. That’s okay, but it’s not productive. Maybe it’s time we talked about what we do like? More to the point, let’s point out when Hollywood has gotten it right. And

'Boardwalk Empire' Review: One Big Flaw Short of Perfection

HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” is a hit. Many people are comparing it to “The Sopranos” in terms of style, substance and effect. And there is no doubt that in many ways, it is similar to “The Sopranos.” But there is one

'Pontypool' Review: An Innovative Take on the Undead Film Genre

With the second season of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ returning this week, I’d like to recommend a different kind of zombie movie. The 2008 film ‘Pontypool’ is more of a psychological thriller akin to Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ than a pure

Top 20 Horror Films You Absolutely Must See Before You Die

Run for your lives! It’s October, the unofficial horror movie month! Horror is consistently one of the most popular genres in film, with even middling movies guaranteed to make money. Why? Because audiences want to feel emotion from their entertainment,

Ten Years: Where Is The 'Definitive' 9/11 Movie?

Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center was wildly disappointing. This film could have been the defining film of our times, but it ended up being nothing more than a generic disaster film. It’s a missed opportunity, which I think was brought

Why Superhero Films Are Failing

There’s been a lot of discussion this summer about the failure of so many superhero films. They’re making money, but not nearly as much as expected. And until Captain America came along, it seemed to be getting worse with each

Liberal Hollywood Shortchanges Actresses

Great films need great actors and great actresses. Unfortunately, Hollywood doesn’t do great actresses anymore. . . it does Barbies. In truth, Hollywood never was great with actresses, but it’s gotten much worse lately. Talent, apparently, no longer matters when

Child Molestation Allegations Against Hollywood Must Be Investigated

I prefer writing about films and offering constructive thoughts on how to make Hollywood better, but this issue needs to be addressed. In an interview with Nightlight last week, ’80s child actor Corey Feldman made some pretty sensational claims that

Harry Potter: Conservative Hero?

Is Harry Potter now or has he ever been a communist? Just kidding. . . he’s no Smurf. When I first read the books, I recall some conservatives screaming that Potter sends the wrong messages. Imagine my surprise to discover

Why Modern Hollywood Villains Stink

Modern Hollywood villains stink. You know I’m right. They’re dull and played out. They’re always the same guy. They’ve all become cartoon villains… psychopathic Snidely Whiplashes. I’m sick of it. And you know what’s to blame? Liberalism. Here’s the problem:

What Constitutes a Conservative Film?

Ed. Note: Please welcome longtime commenter Andrew Price to the front page. — JN It may sound strange to assert that many conservatives don’t understand what makes a film conservative, but the evidence is all over the web. More and