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  • The Importance of Being Han of the Fast and Furious Movies

    Prelude The story of Han is a deep and complicated one. The character originated from Justin Lin’s Better Luck Tomorrow, a 2002 independent movie, and ended up being in all Fast and Furious movies from the third to the sixth. This was due to Lin being selected as the new director of Tokyo Drift, a […]

  • Live MYTHOS Concert with Austin Wintory, Composer of JOURNEY

    New York, NY (September12 2014) – Broadway musician Peter Sachon and Carbon Cello Productions , in conjunction with New York Comic Con 2014 and the first annual New York Super Week Festival, will present a thrilling and unique concert experience, MYTHOS, a showcase of great music from across the spectrum of modern orchestral genres — […]

  • San Diego Film Festival And Actor Tom Berenger To Honor Bad Country Filmmaker Chris Brinker With Award, Screening & Fundraising After-Party

    SAN DIEGO FILM FESTIVAL will honor the late director/producer Chris Brinker again at the 2014 “Variety’s Night of the Stars, A Tribute” event on Thursday, September 25th at the Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla. The recipient for THE CHRIS BRINKER AWARD will be announced by actor TOM BERENGER and presented to an outstanding first-time […]

  • Review of GIRLS (HBO) : Season 2

    I have tried really hard to like season 2 of Girls. And for the most part I do. But it is the fashion in which the latter part of the season has unfurled that really has me worrying for the future of the show. And yes, I do worry about the future of shows, because […]

  • Skyfall Review : A Bond Movie Like No Other

      Skyfall is directed by Sam Mendes and stars Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Javier Bardem. After the release of Quantum of Solace, there was great disappointment in the James Bond series. The writers’ strike had left the film struggling with very little plot, and even had Daniel Craig contributing to the script. So, with […]

  • Short Film Review: Greg’s Guardian Angel (2012)

    In these trying times, I’m sure we have all wished we’ve had a guardian angel, someone who looks out for us, tries to lead on the right path. Then again, if you’re like Greg in the hysterical comedy short ”Greg’s Guardian Angel”, you’d be very happy to do without a guardian angel. In this sharp […]

  • Bring Bedtime Tales & Fables Home For Your Greedy Hearts

    The day has finally arrived! The Devil’s Carnival is available as a Deluxe CD/DVD combo pack (Sinner’s Edition) and, for a limited time, as a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack (Ringmaster Edition). Only 6,660 copies were initially made for Blu-Ray, so get to The Devil’s Carnival website and order your Ringmaster Edition today! A Rebel in Hell, […]

  • My first Toronto International Film Festival for Kristen Stewart

    By Mallory Proverbs (for Toronto International Filmed Festival-TIFF a yearly event that drives Toronto to anticipate an invasion of celebrities and tourists from all around the world. This year is especially news making, because all eyes are on Kristen Stewart. During the whole scandal with what we are not sure is the true story, […]

  • Charles de Lauzirika And Josh Lawson Give Us A Taste Of “Crave”

    It was my first full day in San Diego for the 2012 San Diego Comic Con and I was already mostly running off of caffeine.  When I got to the press room for Crave, I barely had a clue what the movie was about.  Besides the website and trailer for the film, I was going […]

  • Off to Hell We Go : The Devil’s Carnival

    Last Sunday, April 29th, The Devil’s Carnival rode into Foxborough, MA. If you had arrived at the theater half an hour before the show, you would’ve seen hordes of Sinners, Carnies, and Ringmasters lined up to get inside. Some were casual while others dressed in full carnival attire, gearing up for the costume contest later […]