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Star Trek: Generations

The Malcolm McDowell Series of Q&A Screenings

By Cynthia Griffing and Valerie Milano

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 4/16/14 – The third and final installment of Malcolm McDowell’s Q& A  with special guest moderator Michael Dorn took place tonight at the landmark Alex Theater. 357 more words


Halloween (2007; d. Rob Zombie)

Rob Zombie divides his version of Halloween neatly into two halves. First, he conjures up an origin story for Michael Myers, elaborating on the prologue to John Carpenter’s 1978 film, and placing the young psycho killer into a brutal, depraved, and sadistic world. 342 more words



Had seen some great reviews for this on IMDB, with a rating of 7.7 and I am generally interested in stories based in school and hostels .So watched this today and it didn’t dissappoint me much , atleast in the first half . 142 more words


Review: "A Clockwork Orange" (Anthony Burgess) and "A Clockwork Orange" (Stanley Kubrick)

February Review – Episode Two


Listen to the podcast here (click to play/right click and select “save target as” to download):

Episode Two – A Clockwork Orange (book & movie) 892 more words

James Rauch

The Worst SNL Sketches of All-Time: Part 3 - The All-Time Worst

Throughout voting, one particular sketch received the most nominations for “worst Saturday Night Live sketch of all time”, and by a significant margin.  While these polls are subjective with a high representation of those who know their history, I think it’s safe to say that we’ve found the absolute worst thing the show’s put on the air. 406 more words

Joe Piscopo

Time After Time 1979

Nicholas Meyer has been annoyingly un-prolific in his films as director; he also wrote the screenplay for this engaging romp of a time-travelling thriller from 1979. 129 more words


A Dramatic Take On Facebook: A Critical Review

I really like this ad. I think it’s an incredibly simple way of conveying the idea that sprint allergy has the best coverage. By having two incredibly well established and talented actors over dramatizing the actions happening on sprints network, it shows that they think they are important. 261 more words

Visual Literacy