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Film Review: Gerhard Richter Painting By Lorette C. Luzajic The film was boring, moving at a snail’s pace, and devoid of the kind of crazy scandals of excess or intrigue that make art documentaries interesting. Legendary artist Gerhard Richter, while gracious and polite enough, was a reluctant subject for scrutiny. There were no salient revelations [...]

Drool, a short film by Slick Devil Entertainment, is an atmospheric orgy of sensuality. Twisted in its depiction of a naked man, contorting in bouleversement, slick and wet with emotion in large white tiled room. The stark lack of color allows one to focus on emotion, which exudes from the Lars Von Treir type cinematography. [...]

The Horde (La horde) Movie Review Rated: R We should all be sick and tired of zombie movies considering the plethora of renditions out there, however foreign zombie horror movies always manage to have a few interesting twists that hold our attention. Case in point is the 2009 French zombie horror-fest The Horde, directed by [...]

Shadow (2009) Budgeted at a million euros, directed by Frederico Zampaglione, Italian psychological horror flick Shadow is the second film under this director’s belt. The film is not rated, but if it were made in the good ol’ USA, it would have been rated R due to its bizarre torture scenes and swearing. But that [...]

Red Riding Hood Movie Review Red Riding Hood, directed by Catherine Hardwicke, is a loose adaption of the infamous and often gruesome folktale that dates back from before the 17th century, set during medieval times, in a village deep in the forest. Valerie (Amanda Seyfried) a spirited, beautiful young girl who’s heart belongs to a [...]

The Last Exorcism falls short but gets an A+ for creepy. Considering this film is produced by Eli Roth, one would expect his influence to add the usual gruesome torture porn we’ve come to expect from him. Contrary to this notion, The Last Exorcism is a slow paced documentary style film that builds with suspense [...]

MOVIE REVIEW: BATTLE LA – It’s not as bad as critics make it out to be. Sci-fi thriller Battle L.A. (directed by Jonathan Liebesman) is a classic example by which one can critique it and use the term “It’s all relative”. What the average moviegoer wants versus the critics aspiration for this film where polar opposites. The [...]


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