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Valley of Shadows

    Release Date: October 20, 2017 (Norway) Screened: September 10, 2017 (Toronto International Film Festival) Runtime: 91 minutes Rating: No Rating Yet Studio: Film Farms; Them Girls Film; Anna Kron Film Director: Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen Cast: Adam Ekeli; Kathrine Fagerland While there is stuff to admire in Valley of Shadows, this Norwegian import really

King Cobra

    Release Date: Screened April 18, 2016 – Tribeca Film Festival Runtime: 91 minutes Rating: Not Yet Rated (but let’s be’ll be R) Studio: Yale Productions/SSS Entertainment/Digital Ignition Entertainment/RabbitBandini Productions Director: Justin Kelly Cast: James Franco; Garrett Clayton; Christian Slater; Molly Ringwald; Keegan Allen; Alicia Silverstone A movie as salacious and lurid as

Black Mass

    Release Date: September 18, 2015 Runtime: 122 minutes Rating: R Studio: Warner Bros. Director: Scott Cooper Cast: Johnny Depp; Joel Edgerton; Benedict Cumberbatch; Dakota Johnson; Julianne Nicholson; Kevin Bacon; Peter Sarsgaard; Rory Cochrane; David Harbour; Adam Scott; Corey Stoll; Jesse Plemons Johnny Depp is a shoo-in for an Oscar nomination in what is

Philip Seymour Hoffman: 1967-2014

I, like many, was shocked to hear about the death of actor/director/writer Philip Seymour Hoffman today, a brilliant artist gone way too soon. While it was known that he had a substance-abuse problem, it is still shocking and troubling to hear of the untimely passing of an artist who contributed so much to the performing

Provincetown International Film Festival

Good Day, Movie Lovers! I’m here at the Provincetown International Film Festival in scenic Provincetown, MA, on the tip of Cape Cod. Some very notable movies playing here this week. I’m psyched to see “Lovelace,” about 70’s porn star Linda Lovelace of “Deep Throat” fame. Hopefully afterwards I’ll be able to catch the new Brian

2013 Academy Awards Recap

Well, last night was definitely full of surprises. ¬†From Quentin Tarantino’s Best Original Screenplay win for ‘Django Unchained’ to Ang Lee’s Best Director win for ‘Life of Pi,’ the 85th Annual Academy Awards proved to be a pretty darn good show! I’m not one for regaling about the fashion, so I’m not going to dwell