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Blackenstein is coming to BluRay!

On May 30th, Severin Films, ​in association with Xenon Pictures ​and Vinegar Syndrome​, ​invites you to experience Mary Shelly’s horror classic through a Vietnam-shattered, micro-budget, entrail-smothered lens. 224 more words


Why Racial Stereotypes Are Not Always Racist: The Lone Ranger (2013)

Racial stereotypes are “simplified and often misleading representations of the characteristics of members of a given ethnic group.”1 Stereotypes can be misleading because there will be individuals in a group who do not have the same characteristics as other group members. 948 more words

21st Century Films

Forget Bears! Horses Have Overtaken Soldier Field!

OK, so maybe not actually Soldier Field, but for sure the parking lot!

If you’ve driven along Lake Shore Drive near the Soldier Field South lot, you’ve seen the HUGE tent set up for the “Odysseo” show that opens in a couple of days. 69 more words


… in which I walk Paul Goodman’s dog (plus the New York Friends Group and Steve Post)

An excellent article in today’s New York Times, “Norman Podhoretz Still Picks Fights and Drops Names” by John Leland — about the neoconservative pundit and former… 1,260 more words

Roger W. Smith

Samuel L. Jackson and the Politics of Self-Representation

Recently Samuel L. Jackson made headlines by apparently arguing that black British actors shouldn’t take as many black American roles. This was inspired by Daniel Kaluuya being cast in the political horror-comedy Get Out, which premieres in the UK this week. 1,604 more words

Film & Television Opinion

Top 20 TV Theme Songs from Genre Series, part 1 of 2

I think you will agree…

Sometimes, the music in a TV series can make a good series great or a great series even better. (Or, even a bad series tolerable.) This is especially true with the opening theme, which sets the mood for what the audience is about to watch. 260 more words

Existing Properties

The Lone Ranger (2014)

​The Lone Ranger is a 2013 American western action film directed by Gore Verbinski from a screenplay written by Justin Haythe, Ted Elliott and Terry Ross… 27 more words