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Um... Why?

A review of Zipper (2015)

By David M. Farrington

David ‘n the Dark Rating: 3/10

While I was watching Zipper, the newest Patrick Wilson thriller to open in theaters, my mind kept drifting back to the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinski scandal.  1,507 more words


This Week at the Movies: 'Z for Zachariah,' 'Queen of Earth'

This week’s wide releases are pretty much the kind of thing you’d expect for the last weekend of August: No Escape, wherein a white family must flee from a foreign country and its evil foreigners, and… 274 more words


Sundance 2015: "Nasty Baby", "Digging for Fire", and "Zipper"

“Nasty Baby”

We starts off as a quirky, unconventional family drama takes a turn for the criminal (and the worse) in the film Nasty Baby… 798 more words

Film Festival

Review: 'Zipper'

Since the late 90’s, our country seems to be caught up in a maelstrom of sex scandals involving high profile officials. Names like Larry Craig, Bill Clinton and Eliot Spitzer have fed the omnivorous media cycle with sexually explicit and corrupt tales of possible restroom trysts, prostitution, and even rumored in-office lovemaking. 546 more words


ZIPPER now showing

A federal prosecutor (Patrick Wilson) on the fast track to political success risks his promising career and family life to indulge the ever-obsessive impulses of his secret addiction to escorts. 47 more words