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Happy Halloween!

October 31, 2011
Happy Halloween!

If you’re a bit old school, here’s some spooky old silent flicks to get you in the holiday mood! 1. Frankenstein (1910) directed by J. Searle Dawley. 2. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) directed by John S. Robertson. 3. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) directed by Robert Weine. 4. Haxan (1922) directed...
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10 Movies That Will Scare The Hell Out Of Parents

October 28, 2011
10 Movies That Will Scare The Hell Out Of Parents

This is the time of year every movie lover worth his salt pops out their annual list of “best horror films” and such. I decided to put a twist on the list this year by offering up a smattering of films that will make any parent cower in the corner. Thankfully, this is not...
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Movie Review: Puss in Boots

October 28, 2011
Movie Review: Puss in Boots

One of the sweetest pleasures in the Shrek movie franchise is the Storybook creatures, who provide equal measures of cuteness, nostalgia and revisionist humor. There are Pinocchio and the Gingerbread Man, the Big Bag Wolf and the Three Little Pigs and the Three Bears and the Three Blind Mice. But the greatest and most charming...
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Movie Review: The Rum Diary

October 28, 2011
Movie Review: The Rum Diary

As The Rum Diary closes  “Dedicated to Hunter S. Thompson 1937-2005″ fills the screen. While plenty films of honor loved ones that served as inspiration or support for a piece, few are as fueled with admiration as this. It is an ode written from pupil to mentor, a piece of fiction glorifying and building...
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Movie Review: In Time

October 28, 2011
Movie Review: In Time

Like director Andrew Niccol’s previous film Gattaca, In Time is devoted more to its concept than showing car chases, fist-fights, shoot-outs, and your basic action staples. All those things are in the movie, but mostly they provide breaks from exploring the film’s dystopian world. It’s a few hundred years in the future, and the...
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The “British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League”

October 25, 2011
The “British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League”

How refreshing. A trio of British actresses who are well-respected and beautiful, to boot, have formed a club of sorts. Kate Winslet (35), Rachel Weisz (41) and Emma Thompson (52) have joined in solidarity against succumbing to the lure of plastic surgery. Representing women in their 30’s, 40′s and 50′s, the actresses have made...
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{ Top Shelf }

October 19, 2011
{ Top Shelf }

Friends, not a day goes by when my email inbox isn’t flooded with requests for me to do a Top Shelf type story about my beauty products and regime. I get countless questions about my hair such as, ‘What have you done?’, and, ‘Holy crap, did you do that to yourself?’ and so on (My...
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Movie Review: The Big Year

October 19, 2011
Movie Review: The Big Year

I’m a little late to this party. My computer screen was lost in a freak whaling tragedy that left seven dead and my poor laptop in the shop down the road. So right now I’m writing this on my girlfriend’s computer while she’s at work and I don’t have anything better to do (I...
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Movie Review: The Thing

October 14, 2011
Movie Review: The Thing

Is it a sequel? A prequel? A remake? A premake? Yes. Director Matthijs van Heijningen, Jr. (yes, that is a real name) takes a lot of inspiration and most of the story from John Carpenter’s 1982 classic, the only ostensible difference being that this film takes place in the Norwegian camp immediately before the...
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KIFF Movie Review: Vincent Wants to Sea

October 14, 2011
KIFF Movie Review: Vincent Wants to Sea

Vincent Wants to Sea is a sugary-sweet German film, directed by Ralf Huettner, about psychological disorders and how through friendship, self-determination and travel one’s obstacles have the potential to be won. The pun-infused title expresses not only that Vincent wants to go to the sea, but also that he wants to “see” aka learn,...
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