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Movie ReviewMovies

EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS — Not the camp disaster some expected, but nonetheless a flawed, frustrating film.

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Blu-ray and DVDMoviesNews

This weeks biggest release is definitely Brave. I thought this was a great film and Merida is so incredibly adorable! The entire family is so lovely. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and think it’s one of the must-buys this week. Here’s a clip from the film:  [springboard type=”video” id=”599441″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ]

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Blu-ray and DVD

It’s time for another Blu-Ray/DVD Round-up! Check out the latest releases! See which ones you should skip, rent or buy! This week I think the big releases this week are The Princess Bride 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray, Dark Shadows, People Like Us and New Girl!

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Interviews

Anthony Ingruber is a talented impressionist who also acts in films and TV. He’s done plenty of impressions that range from Leonardo DiCaprio to Daniel Day Lewis and continues to post up a vast range of awesome famous impressions. You can see him in The Name of God which is

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Podcasts

Update:  Sincere apologies for the issues regarding bandwidth limitation, I honestly did not expect such a heavy flow of traffic when setting this up. But we’re all sorted now, the account has been upgraded and the gates are open once more. Thank you for your patience and once again sincere apologies for

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FeaturesMoviesThe Moody Views

As PROMETHEUS opens up this week, we continue our conversation of all things important surrounding the movie. We posted our first post yesterday, and today we look at the R rating, creature design, and dichotomy of optimism and pessimism surrounding the release. I had the privilege to be joined by

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MoviesTrailers

If you liked the Jean Claude Van Damme film JCVD, then you will surely be interested in checking out the trailer for The Cold Light of Day, which is directed by the same guy (Mabrouk El Mechri). The film stars Bruce Willis, Henry Cavill, and Sigoruney Weaver. I was very

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