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Jim Napier

Jim has been a self-proclaimed super geek ever since he got his first computer all the way back in 1992– and he has been ‘plugged in’ ever since. Fed by a steady diet of movies as a kid, he has expanded to new platforms to fuel his inner geek! Movies continue to feed Jim’s creative side, while technology is constantly changing and creating new toys that woo and draw him in!

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The teaser trailer and poster for The Block Island Sound have dropped ahead of it’s Fantasia Film Festival premiere on August 28th. Watch the trailer and read the synopsis below Synopsis: There is something terrifying is happening off the coast of Block Island. A strange force is thriving, influencing residents

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Fried Barry Movie Review Fantasia Fest
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Fried Barry takes audiences on a heroin induced fever dream. Directed by Ryan Kruger, the genre-bending film stars Gary Green as Barry, Chanelle De Jager, Bianka Hartenstein, Sean Cameron Michael, and Jonathan Pienaar. Part horror, part comedy, Fried Barry takes a peak into the mind of a drug addict who

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Seeds of Love Super Deluxe Edition
Music

One of my favorite songs as a kid was Shout, by Tears for Fears. The band has so many great songs over their career. It looks like fans of the band have their Xmas present lined up. This Super Deluxe edition is just that. Keep reading for the full press

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Random Acts of Violence, a new film from Jay Baruchel starring Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy, CABIN IN THE WOODS), Jordana Brewster (FAST AND THE FURIOUS series, TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING), Niamh Wilson (SAW series) as well as Baruchel. The first horror movie I watched as a kid was Nightmare

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I am always interested in Hong Kong films. I started in High School when I first watched Hard Boiled and The Killer by John Woo. These films lit a fire under me to seek out more Asian cinema. When I saw that A Witness Out Of The Blue was part

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The Silencing is one of those films that sticks with you. I can’t stop thinking of this movie after I watched it a couple of days ago. A thriller is much like an onion. As the film progresses, the layers are peeled and a new element is revealed. The Silencing

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Thanks to my friend, Dor Dotson, we have a great documentary to spotlight. The documentary follows comedian, Julia Scotti. Decades ago, Julia Scotti performed as Rick Scotti, and appeared on bills with Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock. Now, the trans comedian returns to the stage as “the crazy old lady

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The creatives behind the feature film, Obsidian Dolls recently debuted four very emotional looking stills from the drama featuring Sammi Rotibi (Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained) and John Berchtold (Discovery’s Manhunt). The film’s official synopsis reads: On the eve of the Yom Kippur, an Ethiopian born rabbi, “Nate”, is approached by

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Inmates escape prisons all the time, but most of the time they don’t make headlines the way the 2015 Clinton Correctional Facility escape did. The Showtime series, Escape to Dannemora, was based on the events, along with the Gravitas Ventures’ documentary We Stand Corrected: Dannemora. The documentary was told from

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Composer Devin Burrows
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IFC Midnight’s indie horror film, The Wretched has become a sleeper hit since it’s release on May 1st, raking in over 1.5 million dollars.  The film, directed by The Pierce Brothers, follows a defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, as he faces off with an old witch

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Check out the new trailer for Greenland starring Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Roger Dale Floyd, Scott Glenn, David Denman, Hope Davis, and more. Greenland Synopsis: A family fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena Baccarin), and young son Nathan

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After looking at composer Corey Wallace’s resume, it’s safe to say he is somewhat of a chameleon when it comes to the projects he has worked on. Wallace has scored everything from horror films (Epic Pictures’ Artik), network tv shows (NBC’s Siberia) to animation (The Wishgranter).  Since his animation projects

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View PostA new trailer and poster for The King’s Man has arrived. This movie was originally set to open earlier and then was pushed. I wonder if they are regretting pushing. It will be very interesting to see how many people start going back to the theaters in September when

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elisabeth moss the invisible man
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Elizabeth Moss has really been knocking it out of the park with her roles. There are so many great shows and movies that she has starred in as of late that wen you hear news about an upcoming role it is definitely newsworthy. When I got some news about an

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What does one do on Bill & Ted Day? Well I know what I will be doing to celebrate. Orion just released the first teaser trailer for Bill & Ted Face the Music. Check out the trailer above and the poster below. Synopsis: The stakes are higher than ever for

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TV

With most of us nonessential workers still homebound during the coronavirus pandemic, there’s no better time to check out some of the best shows on Netflix. Of course, we all love The Office, but since we’re spending our days going from the bed to the dining room table (or another

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