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The 36th Precinct (2004) Movie Image

New On DVD/Blu-ray: 36th Precinct

Originally released in 2004, French cop drama “36th Precinct” (AKA “36″) is hitting region 1 DVD and Blu-ray courtesy of...

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The Pack (2010) Movie Review

With current wave of brutal Euro-horror showing no signs of abating, the playing field is becoming pretty crowded, with film...

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Amer (2009) Movie Review

Although the legendary Dario Argento may be still lingering in an extended career doldrums, fans of old school Italian Giallo...

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Dante 01 (2008) Movie Review

After watching Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s newest film, “Micmacs”, I started to wonder what has become of Marc Caro. It was an...

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Micmacs (2009) Movie Review

Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s films haven’t had the same feel since he went solo, breaking away from former collaborator Marc Caro. “Micmacs”,...

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The Horde (2009) Movie Review

The French horror film “The Horde” has a simple enough premise: four cops, looking to avenge the execution-style murder of...

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Hélène de Fougerolles in Mutants (2009) Movie Image

Mutants (2009) Movie Review

The threat of a virus born zombie apocalypse comes back to haunt viewers yet again with “Mutants” from French writer...

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Army of Crime (2009) Movie Review

“Army of Crime” is not entertaining. It’s informative, bleak, harrowing and even exciting in some cases, but it’s never entertaining....

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Vengeance (2009) Movie Review

Hong Kong’s crime cinema God Johnnie To goes International in “Vengeance”, a film that is at once different and yet...

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Martyrs (2008) Movie Review

As Hollywood horror slowly drowns in a mire of teen friendly remakes, over the last few years, it is arguably...

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Renaissance (2006) Movie Poster

Renaissance (2006) Movie Review

As computer processing power has increased over the years, we’ve seen more and more creative integration of CGI into film....

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Cache (aka Hidden, 2005) Movie DVD Cover

Cache (aka Hidden, 2005) Movie Review

“Hidden” is the latest film from German auteur Michael Haneke, director of “Code Unknown” and “Funny Games”. The film has...

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Malefique (2002) Movie DVD Cover

Malefique (2002) Movie Review

French horror has been enjoying somewhat of a revival over the last few years, with films such as “High Tension”...

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Clean (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Clean (2004) Movie Review

“Clean” is a film best known for the remarkable central performance of actress Maggie Cheung, for which she won the...

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In My Skin dvd

In My Skin (2002) Movie Review

Cannibalism is a popular theme in lowbrow exploitation cinema, exemplified by films such as “Cannibal Holocaust” and “The Untold Story”,...

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