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Dark Nights and Days

  James Eagan Holmes stood outside the Century 16 Theater on a Friday night in July, with other moviegoers waiting for the clock to reach midnight and the release of one of the summer’s most anticipated action films — the last of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale, who as “The Dark Knight” would […]

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Funny Games (2007)

Starring Naomi Watts (The Ring), Tim Roth (Reservoir Dogs), and Michael Pitt (Boardwalk Empire) and written and directed by Michael Haneke. Funny Games is a dark, terrifying, messed up movie. Ten years after its original 1997 release, Haneke brought back one of his first films. Perhaps he didn’t get everything he wanted the first time […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Starring Andrew Garfield (The Social Network), Emma Stone (Zombieland), Rhys Ifans (Mr. Nice), and directed by Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer). This new reboot to the franchise, follows Peter Parker (Garfield) as he again navigates his way through teen social dilemma’s, tries to find out who he is and where he fits in life, […]

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Pussy Patrol: Putin It to the Man

Vladimir Putin is a hell of a figure. First off, his name is Vladimir, which makes his surname synonymous with “The Impaler.” Second, he was a member of the KGB for twenty-five years, ending up as the director of intelligence in the post-soviet days. Third, Russia just can’t seem to keep him out of office. […]

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Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

If you haven’t seen this movie…shame on you. B-Movie gold at its finest, Killer Klowns from Outer Space is about…well just that, come on. In their circus-tent space ship these gory goons land on earth, shoot popcorn at people (the popcorn kernels also turn into little Klown-headed monsters at points), and use ray guns spinning […]

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The Divide (2011)

Starring Michael Biehn (Terminator, Aliens) and Lauren German (Hostel II). We follow a group of survivors after a nuclear attack on New York. They hunker down in the basement of their apartment complex, awaiting rescue. Tensions mount between them, as time passes and the small space begins to wear on the group of roughly ten […]

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Isle of Man

Being a last-minute shopper, I was heading down Lincoln Ave, looking for the perfect Pops-day gift. Dual, storefront platforms caught my attention, as they showcased a Vespa behind each pane–trimmed with a myriad of vintage bric-a-brac, with the name “Isle of Man” etched on the glass. Slipping inside I was blown away by the plethora […]

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