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Getting these Reviews Out there, but this Time, they're all Best Picture Winners Apparently!

The Artist

And here, at least (at last), is a film that is proud enough of it’s superficial intentions to elevate them to the status of filmic playground, to respect them and put as much gasping talent into them at all angles as humanly possible. 2,041 more words


Director's Spotlight: Kathryn Bigelow

Director’s Spotlight: Kathryn Bigelow

Hello everyone! WHITE FLASH here with another Director’s Spotlight and today I will be spotlighting the female director Kathryn Bigelow mostly known for the Hurt Locker. 739 more words


31 Days of Horror! Day 23 - Female Director special!

Hello today I’m focusing on horror movies directed by women. As you MAY know, female directors are few and far between in EVERY genre. Horror is no exception. 841 more words

Near Dark (1987)

As many of my horror-movie-hound compatriots likely do, I tend to haunt used media shops. I can spend a good hour or two scouring any used DVD section looking for stuff I’ve never heard of or stuff I’ve always wanted to see, but never had the chance to. 1,276 more words


The Post 9/11 Film: Politics & Thriller & Action,

Comprehensive guide to the post 9/11 film from Spike Lee’s “25th Hour” 2002 to Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” 2012.  This volume includes both individual films along with cycles of films dealing with  revenge, conspiracy, torture, war, therapy, ethics.   9 more words


Zero Dark Thirty (2012)

“In theory, if bin Laden isn’t there, you can sneak away and no one will be the wiser. But bin Laden is there. And you’re going to kill him for me.” – Maya (Jessica Chastain) 502 more words


Movie Title: "The Hurt Locker"

The film “The Hurt Locker” opens with a quotation from war correspondent Chris Hedges: “The rush of battle is a potent and often lethal addiction, for war is a drug.” From that opening, the movie went on to win many awards including the Academy Awards, or Oscars, for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Film Editing. 326 more words

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