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May 2009

Troma to Tackle Philippe Mora’s Forgotten Masterpiece ‘Mad Dog Morgan’

With the collection already containing Cannibal: The Musical, Redneck Zombies, and the amazing Last Horror Film, Troma has announced the next three films in their


Fast Company (1979): Blu-ray

Until recently, David Cronenberg was known only as the king of biological horror. His brutal looks at life and the physiological foundations of fear made


Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (2009)

Fans know you can’t create it on purpose. Aficionados recognize its rarity and embrace such scattershot infrequency. While they occasionally try, producers, writers, and


Terminator 2 - Judgment Day (Skynet Edition): Blu-ray

While this is not the first time the movie has been offered in a "special edition" package, the sheer wealth of material here is enough to make a motion picture aficionado sit up and shout "No More!"


Soderbergh Delivers an Intriguing ‘Experience’

Shot on digital and budgeted at a mere $1.7 million, this calm character study stands in direct contrast with his last film -- the big, bombastic, and epic biopic Che!


‘Angels’ Betters ‘Da Vinci’...But Not By Much

Unlike Da Vinci, which threatened to rewrite the legacy of one of the most important figures in world history, all we have here is a bunch of dead cardinals and the possibility of the Vatican being destroyed.


Battle Beyond the ‘Star’s: The ‘Wars’ vs. ‘Trek’ Prequel Debate

Thanks to how surprisingly success J.J. Abrams was in reinventing the franchise, the residents of Skywalker Ranch can't sit on their laurels quite yet.


‘Star’ Tracking: The Meaning of $77 Million

While it's not Dark Knight money (though many print reports love to tout some obscure Batman record this Trek beat), it's definitely Christopher Nolan level acclaim.


The Abrams ‘Effect’

J. J. Abrams has clearly touched a significant segment of the populace with his paean to the adventures of the Starship Enterprise. Whether it's just a filmmaking fluke, or something more significant, remains open for debate.


My Ten ‘Trek’ Memories

This is not meant as an objective overview. This is also not meant as some definitive list. As J.J. Abrams literal reinvention of Star


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'SUPERHOTLine Miami' Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

// Moving Pixels

"SUPERHOTLine Miami provides a perfect case study in how slow-motion affects the pace and tone of a game.

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