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NYFF 2014: ‘While We’re Young’ Movie Review

NYFF 2014: ‘While We’re Young’ Movie Review

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The NYFF officially kicked off this year’s fest with the premiere of David Fincher’s Gone Girl, but as soon as that ended everyone’s excitement rapidly turned to the secret screening. In the past, audiences were treated to an unfinished version of Hugo and the following year they got to...

MHHFF 2014/31 Days of Horror: ‘Blood Punch’ Movie Review

MHHFF 2014/31 Days of Horror: ‘Blood Punch’ Movie Review

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One of the main reasons we here at MovieBuzzers love attending film festivals is due to the cinematic diversity between genre films. There are quite a number of people who think of “horror” as the slasher, torture porn, big breasted woman running away from their killer. But, that is...

31 Days of Horror: ‘The ABCs of Death 2′ Movie Review

31 Days of Horror: ‘The ABCs of Death 2′ Movie Review

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When The ABCs of Death first came out last year, I was curious to see what an ambitious horror anthology would look like. I don’t watch many short films but was eager to see how different genre directors from all over the world would approach the subject of death....

Louis Malle’s ATLANTIC CITY: The Perfect Epilogue to BOARDWALK EMPIRE

Louis Malle’s ATLANTIC CITY: The Perfect Epilogue to BOARDWALK EMPIRE

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Sunday’s series finale of Boardwalk Empire will bid farewell to Steve Buscemi’s Nucky Thompson and his Prohibition-era criminal associates as it marks the end of the fifth and final season of the HBO gangster epic. While the episode will conclude creator’s Terrence Winter’s version of Atlantic City’s Prohibition years,...

31 Days of Horror: ‘Session 9′ Review

31 Days of Horror: ‘Session 9′ Review

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We’ve all heard the stories of old buildings that have been abandoned somewhere near where we live and the mystery around them. The idea there is a huge empty playground for us to go and cause havoc in because it may just be haunted too. There’s nothing creepier then when one...

31 Days of Horror/MHHFF 2014: Best of the Shorts Program

31 Days of Horror/MHHFF 2014: Best of the Shorts Program

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I have to admit something, I think I may have ADD. When I was a kid, I could barely fall asleep at bedtime and this has carried over into adulthood, leading to my aversion to long running times with movies. I honestly cannot stand it when a filmmaker is telling a fantastic...

NYFF 2014: ‘Foxcatcher’ is a Must-See and a Serious Awards Contender for this Year’s Oscars

NYFF 2014: ‘Foxcatcher’ is a Must-See and a Serious Awards Contender for this Year’s Oscars

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One of the few films I got to see at this year’s NYFF was Bennett Miller’s (Moneyball, Capote) Foxcatcher, a biographical sports drama that’s incredibly eerie and wonderfully gripping.  The film was one of my most anticipated features of the year and I can honestly say it lived up...

TROLLLL!!!! FAMP Art’s New ‘TROLLHUNTER’ Prints Are just Plain Awesome

TROLLLL!!!! FAMP Art’s New ‘TROLLHUNTER’ Prints Are just Plain Awesome

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I love the movie Trollhunter.  It was one of the first movies I saw and reviewed in 2011 and ended up being an honorable mention in my Top 10 of 2011 list. It’s just so damn awesome and unexpectedly fun.  Well, the guys over at FAMP Art apparently love it...

Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, the Director’s of ‘Big Bad Wolves, to Write and Direct ‘Vengeance’ Remake

Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, the Director’s of ‘Big Bad Wolves, to Write and Direct ‘Vengeance’ Remake

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There hasn’t been much news as of late that has truly surprised me, but today Deadline released a completely random bit of new that completely through me off guard.  Two of my favorite emerging directors, Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, the men behind one of my favorite horror films Rabies...

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