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10/19/14 – 2014 OCTOBER HORROR MOVIE RECOMMENDATION #19 – Cube.

I love minimalist horror movies, especially ones with a sci-fi flair. And you don’t really get much more minimalist than Cube. Cube is basically about a group of people that wake up in a maze-like structure filled with deadly traps that need to figure out how to escape. 251 more words

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Barton's Movie Reviews BFI London Film Festival Special - WHIPLASH

DRUMROLL PLEASE!!!

The winner of both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival has been doing the festival circuit, including here in the UK at the BFI London Film Festival. 441 more words

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Park City Film Studio Back In Action

Amidst issues with future tenants and the financial stability of the project, the developer for Park City Film Studios has formed a partnership to continue the project.  100 more words

Park City

See the trailer for the Penn State scandal documentary 'Happy Valley'

The Penn State football team is off to a 4-2 start this season, and more than 100,000 fans will file into Beaver Stadium next week when their beloved Nittany Lions take on their rivals from Ohio State. 245 more words

Movies

Out on the Town: Dear White People Movie in theaters October 17!

I had the pleasure of checking out one of the most critically acclaimed indie films ever, recently.

Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. 

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A Trip To The Movies - Review: 'Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead' 10.16.14

I practically almost made the mistake of choosing not to see this one in the theater. As it was only playing for 6 days at one of the local cinemas here in town that show rare, harder to find films that mostly go unnoticed by the general populace. 919 more words

Director Justin Simien Says 'Dear White People' Draws Different Reactions from Different Races

Starting at the Sundance Film Festival, “Dear White People” director Justin Simien spent most of the year promoting the comedy-drama on the festival circuit — where he’s still amazed over the diversity of reactions the film evokes. 233 more words

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