Archive for October, 2014

The Evil Dead trilogy is like a cheese sandwich, but instead of bread slices, Evil Dead (1981) and Army of Darkness are pieces of cheese. That makes Evil Dead 2 (1987) the meat. Where its predecessor and successor are deep fried in cheese (Evil Dead unintentionally so and Army of Darkness very intentionally so), Evil   Read More …

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In 2057, the sun is dying. “Oh no,” the people of earth said. “Let’s bomb the crap out of it!”. 2007’s Sunshine follows the crew of spaceship Icarus II, which is tasked to carry out said bombing. The idea is that a huge explosion will reignite the sun, so that everyone on earth can enjoy   Read More …

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Leave it to Kevin Smith to make a heavily theological film, and smear it with poop jokes. 1999’s Dogma is one of Smith’s finer pieces of film – not a high accolade, mind you, when his filmography usually consists of following two sleazy drug dealers around New Jersey (of which Dogma is guilty). How the   Read More …

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We are so proud to announce that Out Of Frame was an Official Selection for the Miami Web Festival. The executive producer and director of the show, Leah Rifkin, headed down to sunny Miami to celebrate. Out Of Frame screened on Saturday October 4 at 4pm. Audiences responded well to the content and had a   Read More …

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Few movies can come along, set up  paranormal/supernatural/fantastical phenomena as a massive plot point, not explain it at all, and still be considered a classic. In the 1993 film Groundhog Day, for a reason that one can only hope to be beyond the grasp of our feeble human brains, the universe causes pompous newsman Phil   Read More …

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