Archive for the ‘Film’ Category

Title sequencing today is an art form unto itself, not only for films, but for a lot of TV shows as well. That wasn’t always the case. Back in the 1980′s being different and creative in TV action series intro’s wasn’t something that was very important, in fact it seems everyone stole the same story [...]

This film is a brief analysis of the various models of liberal democratic theory, and how the concept of democratic rule became embedded in the shifting ideas of social equality, and increasingly dependant on the mechanism of capitalism. The filmmaker states “The film is somewhat lacking in detail, most evidently in dates and significant references [...]

If your looking to get your socks blown off by some fantastical upgrade in Predators, directed by Nimród Antal, it just won’t happen.  In this quasi-sequel (it’s not really a reboot) to the 1987 original film Predator, no matter how things change they more they remain the same. The only main change are the eight [...]

This video shows the behind the scenes take on the sound profile for the film Inception. There are quite a few spoilers…so proceed at your own risk.

On a snowy night a man boards a train without a ticket. He proceeds to overdose on pills and vodka and subsequently dies. Another passenger (Steve Zahn) finds a box wrapped as a Christmas present on the dead man, a box filled with diamonds. He tells another passenger, a medical student named Chloe, (Leelee Sobieski) [...]

It is impossible to tell you about Inception by being vague  and ultimately writing a confusingly awkward review, so some details must be given away. Proceed with caution. By now you must know it is an action/sci-fi thriller with some pretty wild special effects. Ahh, but it’s so much more. It’s about the mind, the [...]

Fright-Rags and The Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman House will be paying a special tribute to Tom Atkins and Fred Dekker this weekend. On Friday, July 16 is ‘An Evening With Tom Atkins‘, featuring two of his classic films – The Fog and Halloween III Season of the Witch, both presented in 35mm. Tom [...]


top
Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On PinterestVisit Us On Google PlusCheck Our Feed