Articles Posted November 2011

  • “They Came in Peace and Left in Pieces”: Inbred Review (Abertoir 2011)

    Review Written By Hayley Alice Roberts. Directed by Alex Chandon Written by Alex Chandon and Paul Shrimpton Starring Jo Hartley, Seamus O’ Neill, James Doherty, James Burrows, Neil Leiper, Chris Waller, Nadine Rose Mulkerrin and Terry Haywood. Yorkshire-set “Inbred” (2011) directed by Alex Chandon has something for everyone. The cast and crew involved with the […]

  • Here Are The 2012 Independent Spirit Award Nominees

    The Independent Spirit Awards are the Oscars with a bit more artistic integrity. They usually honor little seen films that don’t have the budgets or star power to launch full scale award campaigns, and work hard to highlight some films you may have never heard of. This year there’s an excellent mix of the unknown […]

  • American Sunset: Movie Trailer

    I first heard about the American Sunset movie when I had the pleasure to interview one of the cast members, Bernard Robichaud.  The movie sounded so interesting that I decided to write up this article.  I ask you the question, “What would you do if your loved one was kidnapped and how far would you go to […]

  • Here’s A Look At The Movie : The Darkest Hour

    When I went to see the Immortals movie, The Darkest Hour movie showed as a preview.  I thought it would be a good one to see.  Its release date is December 25, 2011.  The story is about five people who are in Moscow, when the world comes under attack by aliens.  The only thing that the […]

  • Disney’s “John Carter” Gets A New Poster And New Images

    John Carter remains one of the biggest question marks in Disney’s release slate next year, but images like the ones just released certainly settles it for fans of the Edgar Rice Burroughs stories such as myself. To top it all off, the new pulp-inspired poster seals the deal. The film is based heavily on Burroughs’ A […]

  • The Holiday Movie Guide: ‘Tis The Season For Some Cinematic Classics

    So the turkey’s been carved, and the leftovers are all nestled within the fridge. Your relatives have gone back home and agreed to rendezvous once more in a month or so. The past 24 hours have been a blur, but its a pleasure to cross another holiday off the list. Of course, one still remains. […]

  • Aaron Sorkin Considering The Steve Jobs Movie

    Just days after Apple founder Steve Jobs passed we reported on Sony’s deal to purchase the rights to his biography. It seems Sony is hell bent on striking while the iron is still hot.  The latest news concerns the Academy award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, The Social Network, Moneyball). Sorkin has expressed […]

  • A Sneak Peek of the Movie: My Week With Marilyn

    This movie is based on one of two books by this young man named Colin Clark. The story takes place in the Summer of 1957, when Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne) is making his way into the film business as an assistant on the set of the movie “The Prince and the Showgirl,” which starred Sir Lawrence Olivier (Kenneth Branagh) […]

  • Underworld: Awakening 3D Trailer

    Here is a new movie for all of the Underworld lovers.  It is called Underworld: Awakening and its the fourth movie in the Underworld series. Kate Beckinsale returns as the fearless vampire Selene, who awakens in a strange new world where humans discover the existence of the Vampire and Lycan clans.  The two species joins together to fight against the […]

  • DxONE Short Film About Type 1 Diabetes

    There is no map given when a person starts their journey of life as a parent. There is a lot of stress to make sure things go right. Then again, every parent is different, so no parenting style is the same. Through sicknesses and during healthy times there are challenges. Raising a family is a […]