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Kevin Smith's Tusk is Terrifyingly Terrific

Writer, director and podcaster Kevin Smith has returned to cinemas everywhere with an unexpected approach to horror in Tusk — a truly inventive film that is equal parts hilarity and terror. 261 more words

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Top 15 Horror Movies of the Last 5 Years: Number 11

I always talk about the idea of being ‘in front’ of the audience as opposed to being ‘behind’ an audience. Some movies are inherently flawed, because it takes them an hour to get to where the audience already is. 406 more words


Among the Missing #2: "Barbed Wire"

There is a lost episode of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, the acclaimed filmed anthology that ran on NBC for four years in the mid-sixties.   1,596 more words

Chrysler Theater

Then Came Klitsner

Today The A.V. Club has my look at Then Came Bronson, the odd, formless one-man motorcycle odyssey that ran for a season on NBC in 1969-70.   943 more words

TV Series

From Prolific Writer And Director Kevin Smith, 'Tusk' Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on December 30 from Lionsgate

Lionsgate Home Entertainment and A24 have officially announced the Blu-Ray and DVD releases of Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk.’ The Blu-Ray and DVD will arrive home just before the new year on December 30. 378 more words


5 things I wasn't tickled about in Tusk

Well, that does it for me. Here at Visionary or Hack, I was the lone holdout for iconoclastic director Kevin Smith. I actually ranked him as Visionary, while… 726 more words


Tusk (2014)

Kevin Smith’s post-View Askewniverse films haven’t quite captured the same magic but as far as I’m concerned Clerks and Mallrats alone give the guy a pass for life. 222 more words

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