Blood, Gore, and More

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Halloween Directed: by Rob Zombie. Starring: Tyler Mane and Malcolm McDowell. Running Time: 109 min. Rated: R Shoot ‘Em Up Starring: Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti and Monica Bellucci. Running Time: 87 min. Rated: R If you missed most of the summer movies I have two suggestions for you. Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Shoot ‘Em Up! If you love a good …

Superman Returns

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Superman Returns is a great film and a loving tribute to Christopher Reeve’s memory! Director Bryan Singer created a loose sequel to the first two Superman films directed by Richard Donner. The film goes beyond Superman’s physical superpowers and into his emotions. Singer and his screenwriting partners came up with a new conflict that is more threatening to the man …

V: Vendetta

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V For Vendetta is about a freedom fighter known only as “V”. Similar to that fictional hero, Zorro, he fights to free his countrymen from an oppressive and evil totalitarian government. He even leaves his own mark the letter V behind him just as Zorro had. V wears a black Cape and hat similar to those worn by Zorro. He …

Mike Penny: The New Comic Book Hero Helios

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(ADAM)How old are you, and where are you from? (MIKE) I’m 29, and live in South Jersey, near Philly. I am a comic book creator, producer and editor. I formed Dakuwaka Productions to self-publish the Helios series, which gave me the opportunity to learn all aspects involved in making comics. (ADAM) Mike who is your favorite superhero or superheroes? (MIKE) …

Can I Have More Blood and Guts On my Popcorn Please!

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If you like fun, scary and gory horror films, that don’t require a lot of thinking, then Final Destination 3 is the movie for you. This film only requires three things from its audience; first, the $8.50 admission price, second, suspension of one’s disbelief and third, a fear of death. It can’t stand up against classic horror films such as …

2005’s 13 Best Films

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13. Land of the Dead George Romero’s newest zombie, social satire. Starring: John Leguizamo, Simon Burke and Dennis Hopper 12. Sky High Disney high school comedy that uses superheroes and sidekicks to represent the cool kids and the nerds of high school. Starring: Kurt Russell, Kelly Patterson and B film star Bruce Campbell. 11. The Devil’s Rejects Sequel to shock …

Stay Home with Batman

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I write this film review as a Batman aficionado and comic book fan. Overall this film was up there with Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 as space a great comic book adaptation. Batman Begins truly brings the franchise back to a new beginning. Tim Burton’s first two entries to the Batman franchise with Michael Keaton as the caped crusader versus Nicholson …

Corpse Bride Not Trick, But A Treat

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I suggest this Halloween season that you “treat” yourself to Tim Burton’s latest film. “Corpse Bride” won’t be a trick. If you have enjoyed any of Burton’s other ach department phone cinematic offerings such as, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Nightmare Before Christmas and Sleepy Hollow you’re in for a twisted and sweet fairytale Burton style. You do not have to be …

Concert: No Doubt

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It was June 8th at the Tweeter Center in Camden NJ. The bill for th is ach department phone show was Blink 182 as the opening act and No Doubt the headliners. I truly came to this show for only one reason, Gwen Stephanie and the boys from No Doubt. But Blink’s opener pleasantly surprised me. Blink got the crowd …