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We Chatted With the Stars of Amira & Sam—a Great Rom-Com With a Contemporary Twist

Amira & Sam is a perfect nouveau romantic comedy with a twist. Here an American solider, Sam, (Martin Starr) returns from war and strikes up perhaps the most unlikely of romances—a whirlwind affair with an illegal immigrant named Amira who spends her days pedaling illegal DVDs. 493 more words


Silicon Valley S1.01 "Minimum Viable Product" Review

All you Mike Judge fans can calm down, as the writer and director’s off-beat humor is back in HBO’s Silicon Valley. It’s like Workaholics with tech industry jokes, and although it’s too close for comfort, this episode was able to establish its own identity with characters that are more sympathetic than bland. 338 more words

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Film Review: Amira & Sam

I love romantic comedies. Like sitcoms, I believe the romcom has that special, low-budget power to stretch Hollywood’s narrow beliefs of who might be portrayed on screen. 488 more words


Freaks and Geeks

I know I’ve said it a lot about other shows but Freaks and Geeks has to be my favourite show of all time. It’s unfortunate that it was a bit before my time because I would have done anything to show my support for the show. 635 more words

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'Freaks and Geeks' nostalgia recap: Watch out for eggs

Season 1 | Episode 3 | “Tricks and Treats” | Aired Oct 30, 1999

What could possibly go wrong for a 14-year-old boy when he straps on his mother’s bra and clothes and goes trick-or-treating as the Bionic Woman? 983 more words

'Silicon Valley' Season 2 Just Got Real

Given the ongoing cult following of Beavis and Butt-Head creator Mike Judge’s 1999 cubicle-culture satire Office Space, expectations were high for Judge’s 2014 HBO comedy series  357 more words


The Gorehound Reviews: Dead Snow 2 ('14)

Oh Krampus! Following up to the well-made and solid campy horror film with the unique influx of Nazi soldiers, Dead Snow 2 (aka Dead Snow 2: Red vs. 396 more words

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