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Review: The Frontier

“Where is Rod Serling? I feel like I just entered an episode of The Twilight Zone!” So speaks one of a variety of eccentric characters in Oren Shai’s deliciously stylish  826 more words

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I have said that Leonard was a bizarre kind of guru for me, and so he was: and not so much for his art as such (though that has influenced me like a virus in the blood) as for his manner.   674 more words

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Movie Review - The Frontier

EXPECTATIONS: A film that succeeds as pure entertainment as well as a fun throwback to classic film noir.

REVIEW: I hate to admit that I do not really know a lot about classical film noir, despite watching many films in the neo-noir genre like Brick, Sin City and of course, Veronica Mars. 729 more words

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OREN SHAI'S THE FRONTIER -- A REVIEW BY NICK CLEMENT

Sometimes, a film sneaks up on you and takes you completely by surprise. That’s what happened when I viewed The Frontier, a very stylish neo-noir/contemporary western mash-up from director Oren Shai. 467 more words

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NKP 767 Tickets Sold Out for Upcoming Trips

Tickets for this weekend’s excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad behind Nickel Plate Road No. 767 are sold out.

Taylor Nickel, communications manager for the CVSR told  153 more words

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What's in the Numbering of a NKP Steam Locomotive? Mystery, Intrigue and Subterfuge

The visit of Nickel Plate Road 767, a.k.a., NKP 765, to the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad next month has been getting attention that the locomotive’s owner has been able to cash in. 804 more words

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The Jacket (2005)

An Iraq War veteran sent home with serious head trauma is convicted of a murder he does not remember committing. While enduring an experimental “treatment” at the hands of a sadistic doctor, he suddenly finds himself somewhere and somewhen else. 169 more words

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