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B Movie Glory with Nate: The Steam Experiment 

What’s the best way to raise awareness about climate change and the melting of the polar ice caps? In The Steam Experiment, it’s to lock a bunch of people in a swanky new spa and steam room and crank up the heat until they start to panic and suffocate, of course. 343 more words

Film Review

THE EXPENDABLES - A Review by Frank Mengarelli

THE EXPENDABLES is that hard R-rated film that hits the sweet spot for adults craving adult oriented action and humor with past and present staples of actions cinema. 440 more words

Film Review

Sharktopus (2010)

Produced by Roger Corman and directed by Declan O’Brien, the 2010 horror B-movie Sharktopus is every bit as ridiculous as it sounds. The screenplay by Mike MacLean does the job of merging a shark with an octopus for despicable purposes, while the cinematography of Santiago Navarrete navigates the bevy of beach beauties. 440 more words

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Dark knight, The

When art becomes entertainment … and entertainment becomes the stuff of legends!

Okay, so we won’t debate any longer what the best Batman-movie is to date!   1,027 more words

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Gravitas Ventures Acquires Supernatural Pic 'The Summoning', Sets Release Date

EXCLUSIVE: Gravitas Ventures has secured worldwide rights to The Summoning, a supernatural thriller written and helmed by Alberto G. Rodriguez, and has attached a January 10 release date. 92 more words

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An Interview With Author/Producer Janice Win Biehl

 Exciting times lie ahead for Janice Win Biehl. She recently published the first book of her trilogy Stranger In The Worlde: M2M, but is also working on the pre-production of turning her three books into a movie trilogy ánd working as a producer on the upcoming movie… 639 more words

Interviews

Hunt to Kill (2010)

Keoni Waxman directs Steve Austin in Hunt to Kill, a rough and tumble actioner from 2010. With a screenplay by Jack Hannah and uncomplicated cinematography by Tom Harting, there’s something agreeable about this direct-to-video endeavour. 501 more words

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