Interview with Walken and Rockwell – Just as Awesome as it Sounds

Interview with Walken and Rockwell – Just as Awesome as it Sounds Christopher Walken. Sam Rockwell. In a Room with Nerdist Two amazing actors, one from the old-school and one from the new. Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell sit down the Nerdist to talking about their new film, the amazing-looking

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Top 10 Scary Videogames for Halloween

Well it’s that time of year again, the smell of fall is in the air, the  leaves are beginning their slow change and Halloween rapidly approaches.  Time for scary movies to start showing on television.  If you’re like me, you’ve got your favorites; ones that need to be watched each

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Body and Soul (1947) – L.A. Noire Gold Film Reel Series

Body and Soul is a 1947 Film Noir that portrays a boxer struggling to deal with the complications and temptations that come with great success and moreover the money that comes with fame. The film was written by Abraham Polonsky who would later go on to begin a directing career

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Coen Brothers Collection – Blu-ray Continued

Coen Brothers Collection Blu-ray In part two of the Coen Brothers Blu-ray Summer we take a look at the remaining films (including [amazon_link id=”B004RQDQIQ” target=”_blank” ]Miller’s Crossing Blu-ray[/amazon_link]) of the Coen Brother Collection Blu-ray set leading towards the final Blu-ray release of the Coens Summer Blu-rays, a 10th anniversary selection

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Coen Brothers Collection Blu-ray

Coen Brothers – Blu-ray Summer The catalog of quality films from the Coen Brothers has always been somewhat slow to appease it’s fan-base in the non-theatrical sense. Slow to make it to DVD and in-turn slow to finally make it to HD on Blu-ray. Part of this has to do

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Scarlet Street Film Review – L.A. Noire Film Project

Scarlet Street is a 1945 Film Noir from Austrian director Fritz Lang. Lang was a master of the dark genre of German Expressionism which lent itself so well to the Noir genre. The British Film Institute titled him as the Master of Darkness. Lang was best known for the still popular

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What do you want to read about or discuss?

So, the blog has gone a little bit television crazy of late. This is only of course because some exceptional shows are in new seasons, and others have debuted to great success. I am currently following Dexter, Boardwalk Empire and The Walking Dead. The rest of my television time is

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Movie News – Sherlock 2 – MI4 – Bill & Ted

Stephen Fry Joins Sherlock 2 Cast Hey everyone, a few bits of movie news worth more than a tweet or Facebook posting. First up is a article from UGO discussing the casting of Stephen Fry as Sherlock Holmes’ older, smarter brother Mycroft. He joins the newly added Noomi Rapace, of

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