November 3, 2012 - 9:05am
Movie Meltdown presents the Yeti Spaghetti Show tomorrow at Nancy's Bagel Ground
Come for the spaghetti, stay for the Yeti!
I saw Paranormal Activity 4 last night. I love the series. The first three are genuinely creepy; they took the [by that time] established “found footage” genre and did something new with it. It was scary and it was effective. Number four? Not so much. What a disappointment. It was...
October 19, 2012 - 11:19am
"Reel Ecuador": The 19th Latin American Film Festival runs til November 3 [Movie
Featuring seven features and one documentary from Ecuador.
In the minds of many, the idea foreign film evokes thoughts of artsy-fartsy European efforts, perhaps from France or Germany, or action-packed martial arts exposés from China or Japan, or bizarre horror films from various Asian countries. South America often gets left out, which is a shame –...
September 14, 2012 - 9:18am
The Asian Film Series at Village 8 presents 'I Wish' [Movies]
The story of a young boy setting out to make his dreams come true.
Childhood is full of little superstitions. It's easy to believe in magic when you're young – the world is a place full of wonders you can't yet comprehend, and it is all incredibly fantastical. (In fact, one could posit that the same wonder exists as adults, and that childhood...
August 20, 2012 - 3:35pm
Love is love: LGBT Film Fest in review [Movies]
Now in its second year, the annual LGBT Film Fest showcased 48 films from around the world.
LGBT-themed films are quickly coming into the mainstream. This is a wonderful thing – as homosexuality becomes more accepted among the masses, progress towards complete gay rights marches forward. I remember the furor over Brokeback Mountain in 2005, in which two well-known heterosexual...
August 17, 2012 - 2:51pm
Psych Movie Night at Headliners: French film 'Fantastic Planet' to be followed b
One film and two bands for the low price of $5, tomorrow night at Headliners.
Science fiction has always been a useful tool for allegory. It serves to entertain audiences with an engaging story while providing an important message to those who care to notice it. A personal favorite example is the recent District 9, wherein director Neill Blomkamp attacked the idea of...
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