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Eric Roberts vs. Robert Vaughn, Podcast Style

We here at Risky Fuel believe in the principle that you “find your people.”

So if, say, you’re the sort of person who is super-obsessed with late actor/spy Robert Vaughn, all you have to do is check in with someone who’s obsessed with actor/cartoon villain Eric Roberts to put together that the two of them had worked together on the film… 45 more words

Shameless Promotion

REVIEW: Jesse (2012)

2012, Multivisionnaire Pictures

Director:
Fred Carpenter
Producer:
Fred Carpenter
Writers:
Fred Carpenter (story and screenplay)
Joanne Tamburro (story and screenplay)
Paul Regina (story) 775 more words

American Films

February Fisticuffs: Best of the Best (1989)

It’s February and everything sucks right now, so it’s time to unwind with February Fisticuffs – a punchy look at some of the best, worst and most average boxing, kung fu and martial arts movies. 598 more words

Entertainment

DTV Junkyard 92

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard…

Welcome to this weeks’ edition of 4Digital roulette, where the veteran British distro release another horror-themed curiosity with a virginal IMDb page. 910 more words

DTV

Koan and the Barbarians

Eric Roberts!  Seen in 1996 as a man who had misunderstood the nature of The Master in the Doctor Who TV movie, but increasingly looking like the man who predicted what the new Master would look like under John Simm and Michelle Gomez. 16 more words

Doctor Who

A chat with filmmaker Jack Perez: An interview by Nate Hill

Excited to bring you my latest interview, with filmmaker Jack Perez. Jack is responsible for one of the coolest, most unique indie films of the 1990’s, La Cucaracha. 1,270 more words

Film Review

Horror Movie Review: Sorority Slaughterhouse (2016)

Eric Roberts is Dean Whitman & he has fallen in love with one of his students at a sorority house. He calls her to tell her that he’s told his wife & they can be together only to be turned down! 465 more words

Horror Movie Reviews