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Frank the Bastard or Being Ready to Act When You Most (or least) Expect It

So on a balmy August day in 2011, I woke up at 7am, my eyes burning and my vision blurred. I had just slept for exactly one hour and I felt like a melting mass of protesting muscle. 572 more words

Fun

THAT GUY DICK MILLER (2015)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 31 minutes

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Directed by: Elijah Drenner

Written by: Elijah Drenner

Starring: Dick Miller, Lainie Miller, Gilbert Adler, Steve Carver, Roger Corman, Joe Dante, Fred Dekker, Ernest R. 692 more words

Documentary

FRANK THE BASTARD (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. A literary wink is always appreciated, and writer/director Brad Coley delivers with a chance meeting of Tristan (Chris Sarandon… 305 more words

Thriller

"Frank the Bastard" Review

Labeled as a “Northern Gothic,” Brad Coley’s Frank the Bastard manages to embody that term in an admittedly unexpected manner. A mystery tale that is light on suspense and heavy on character development, the film is—for better or worse—a pretty unique piece of cinema. 476 more words

Reviews

Jesse Stone: Benefit Of The Doubt (2012)

Director – Robert Harmon

Starring – Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker, Stephen McHattie, Gloria Reuben, William Sadler, Saul Rubinek, William Devane

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2004262/?ref_=nv_sr_2

Number 8 in the series, and Jesse is back on the force due, in no small part, to his replacement being blown up

Film Reviews

Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011)

Director – Dick Lowry

Starring – Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker, Stephen McHattie, Gloria Reuben, Saul Rubinek, William Sadler

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1710573/

Seventh film in the Jesse Stone series

Film Reviews

Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010)

Director – Robert Harmon

Starring – Tom Selleck, Stephen McHattie, William Sadler, Mae Whitman, Saul Rubinek, William Devane,

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1315216/?ref_=fn_al_tt_3

Suspension means Jesse goes to ‘work’ for Healy in the case of people being murdered in a car park.  57 more words

Film Reviews