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Eye Candy: Maria Calderon

February 9, 2012
Eye Candy: Maria Calderon

There is something very interesting about our perception of space and our relationship with it when viewing art. Large-scale paintings push the viewer back away from them – to better get an overall view, while smaller works tend to bring the viewer in very close to better take in the little details. Maria Calderon’s...
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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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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Clown

September 29, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Clown

When I would ask other festival goers which films they especially liked, the same title kept popping up.  Clown (a Danish film directed by Mikkel Nørgaard) was the name, the mention of was often followed by fits of giggles. When I would ask what the movie was about, many times people would simply shake their...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Extraterrestrial

September 28, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Extraterrestrial

For those of you who have seen Nacho Vigalondo’s time-travel thriller Timecrimes, you may be surprised to learn that the director is actually known for his comedic efforts in film (at least in his native country, Spain). I was surprised. I did find humor in Timecrimes but I mostly remember it as a disturbing brain-twister....
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Haunters

September 27, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Haunters

I’ve been wracking my brain trying to find a way to describe Kim Min-suk’s film, Haunters. I don’t think I’m alone in having words fail me in this regard, as it’s synopsis on the festival site is – while accurate – kind of lacking too. Which is to say, the movie I saw was...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Headhunters

September 27, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Headhunters

This Norwegian release by director Morten Tyldem (based on Jo Nesbo’s book of the same name) is a tightly wound thriller about a successful headhunter and art thief who suffers from a serious Napoleon complex.  Roger Brown (Aksel Hennie) compensates for his lack of stature in the ways one generally expects – owning a...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Boy and His Samurai

September 26, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Boy and His Samurai

The last thing I was expecting to find at this year’s Fantastic Fest was a heartwarming family film…and yet, the first film I’ve encountered here – Yoshihiro Nakamura’s A Boy and His Samurai – was exactly that. And I loved it. A harried, over-extended single mom and her six year old son spot a...
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Movie Review: Drive

September 16, 2011
Movie Review: Drive

Drive is one strange little movie – it also happens to be one of my favorite releases out this year. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and starring Ryan Grosling and Carey Mulligan – Drive reminds me a bit of Bullitt, or the kind of movie Nicolas Cage might have made in the late ’80s and...
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Movie Review: Attack the Block

September 1, 2011
Movie Review: Attack the Block

In many ways,  Attack the Block (directed by Joe Cornish), is the movie I wish Super 8 had been. Being one of several, high-concept, sci-fi, alien-themed films released this year, Attack the Block stands out among the crowd for it’s strong story-telling, great performances, even pacing and innovative alien design.  The fact that is also...
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Austin’s Fantastic Fest Announces Second Wave of Programming

August 18, 2011
Austin’s Fantastic Fest Announces Second Wave of Programming

We’ll be heading down to Austin once again to cover Fantastic Fest, a genre festival featuring the best in horror, sci-fi, suspense and the downright bizarre. Today festival organizers announced the second wave of film programming. You can read about some of the feature films below. MOVIES ON FIRE: HONG KONG ACTION CLASSICS- presented...
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