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Green Room After witnessing a shocking crime, a young rock band is unexpectedly thrust into a life-or-death battle to escape the clutches of a diabolical club owner (Patrick Stewart) and his ruthless henchmen in this white-knuckle thriller. A very simple plot synopsis for a very not-simple movie. Jeremy Saulnier has

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There are filmmaking partnerships between director and actor that make for great cinema like Scorcese and DiCaprio, or Carpenter and Russell, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ok, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. When a director and actor have the kind of symbiotic relationship that makes

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There are some great releases this week that are sure to satisfy everyone! The trekkies of the world we be excited to get Star Trek Into Darkness.

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Cinedigm and GKIDS has announced the release of the newest Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli masterpiece, From Up On Poppy Hill. Keep reading for all the details.

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A new Star Trek Into Darkness clip and stills have arrived online. The clip shows Captain Kirk viciously confronting the calm villain.

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A final Star Trek Into Darkness trailer has arrived online, and it features some epic new footage. Keep reading to check out the new trailer and a cool poster of Spock.

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It’s time for another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup!  Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! The biggest release this week is definitely Game Of Thrones: The Complete First Season. The show is one of the best

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There are few things I would drag myself out of bed at 4:30am for. The ‘Lost’ finale was one of them and the UK general elections were another (What? Stop looking me like that, I’m cool really) but today I made that special commitment to head down to the 55th

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Rarely does Hollywood manage to come up with a great idea for an original horror film. While the Japanese, Koreans, Spanish and even the British have produced their fair share of entertaining genre flicks, it has been mainly commonplace within the American movie industry to, instead, stretch out a franchise

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