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Kelly Lynch and Jocelin Donahue's 'The Frontier' Bought for U.S. by Alchemy

Alchemy has acquired U.S. distribution rights for the thriller “The Frontier,” starring Jocelin Donahue, Kelly Lynch and Jim Beaver.

“The Frontier,” directed by Oren Shai from a script he co-wrote with Webb Wilcoxen, premiered this year at SXSW. 103 more words


Film Review: Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life (2005, dir. Tom McLoughlin)

I completely get why this is one Lifetime movie that Lisa hasn’t written about. This is a total mess of crap. I’m going to borrow Lisa’s format she often uses for reviewing Lifetime movies because otherwise this would probably just be reduced to a string of expletives. 677 more words



 Greetings again from the darkness. “Glory Days, well they’ll pass you by” is a familiar line sung by Bruce Springsteen, and writer/director Noah Buschel… 351 more words


Road House (1989)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 3 out of 10

4-Word Review: Bouncer cleans up bar.

After opening up a bar in a small town outside of Kansas City Tilghman (Kevin Tighe) looks to find a bouncer strong enough to handle the tough clientele and yet smart enough to run the staff and stay out of harm. 632 more words


New Podcast Promises Casual, Lively Discussions About Modernist Architecture

US Modernist Radio brings celebrities and local luminaries to the studio

North Carolina Modernist Houses announces the launch of US Modernist Radio, a casual, amusing, and informative podcast series dedicated to lively discussions about Modernist architecture. 312 more words

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Essential Gus Van Sant: DRUGSTORE COWBOY on 35mm

Van Sant’s acclaimed second feature is a daring and uncompromising look at outlaw junkie life based on the novel by James Fogle. Set in Portland in the early ‘70s, Matt Dillon gives the performance of his career as Bob Hughes, the superstitious leader of an awkward band of addicts who go directly to the source for drugs by robbing drugstores. 134 more words

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Film Review: 'The Frontier'

A woman on the run, a last-chance motel and a lonely stretch of desert highway set the stage for “The Frontier,” an appreciably moody but dramatically stilted crime drama that exudes a certain retro appeal before collapsing into a series of empty neo-noir poses. 645 more words