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Exodus (2007) Movie Review

In late 2006, UK television company Channel 4 began to hype a film that ostensibly had the power to revolutionise...

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Phantom Love (2007) Movie Review

At its base level, Nina Menkes’ “Phantom Love” draws a line between introspective art and unbearable pretentiousness. Although the rich...

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The Toybox (2005) Movie Review

Oh unbounded joy, another low-budget British horror DVD presents itself to me for review. Now, don’t get me wrong, I...

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Hot Fuzz (2007) Movie Review

“Hot Fuzz” is the latest offering from the writer/director team of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, whose last collaboration was...

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Saw III (2006) Movie Review

When “Saw” came on the scene in 2004, it delivered a much-needed jolt to the limp body of American horror....

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See No Evil (2006) Movie Review

“See No Evil” is a movie designed essentially to showcase WWE wrestler Kane. Proof of this comes about thirty seconds...

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Karla (2006) Movie Review

Many of you will probably know Laura Prepon as “the redhead” from the popular Fox sitcom “That 70s Show”, and...

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Ultraviolet (2006) Movie Review

In his filmmaking career, director Kurt Wimmer has been pretty unlucky. His films have something to say, but have suffered...

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Reeker (2005) Movie Review

It’s safe to assume that almost everyone in the developed world is overly familiar with the slasher movie formula. Normally,...

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Kidulthood (2006) Movie Review

“Gritty” is a word used far too often to categorise films. It appears that anything vaguely realistic or that plays...

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Skrypt (2004) Movie Review

I can safely say that “Skrypt” is the only Austrian film I’ve ever reviewed, seen or known to have existed....

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The Aristocrats (2005) Movie Review

On paper, the concept of “The Aristocrats” sounds terrible: it is, essentially, 90 minutes of comedians being interviewed about a...

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King Kong (2005) Movie Review

I do not envy Peter Jackson. Since 1996, when work began on the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, the man...

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Submerged (2005) Movie Review

Remember the first time you saw fat Elvis? How saddened you were to see someone truly great reduced to a...

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