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Forgotten Friday Flick – “Red Road”

Ready for another dose of past Friday film fare still firmly planted in the foreign section?  Then welcome back to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today we’re hitting the first delectable British feature of a talented female filmmaker who had at the time already won an Oscar.  (Best Live Action Short for Wasp people!)  It combines the […]

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Nymphomaniac: Volume I and Volume II (Blu-ray Review)

Wow!  What can I say about this feature(s) that hasn’t been said before?  There’s a million and one ways I can spin this.  Was I curious about it?  Hell yeah I was.  Was I scared of it?  Honestly, I was a little bit.  I really didn’t know what to expect when I first popped this Blu-ray title into my […]

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More Details on Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac Volume I & II Blu-ray Releases

Wow!  What can I say about this feature(s) that hasn’t been said before.  There’s a million and one ways I can spin this.  Am I curious about it?  Hell yeah I am.  Am I scared of it?  Honestly, I am a little bit.  I really don’t know what to expect except (those two words look […]

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‘Nymphomaniac’ Character Posters Revealed!

I think the gauntlet has now officially been dropped on Lars Von Trier’s upcoming film Nymphomaniac starring everyone! The new character posters have been revealed. There are 14 total posters – we will be revealing 6 of them. If you want to see the rest of them hit the link at the bottom of this […]

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‘Melancholia’ on Blu-ray March 13th

One of the year’s best reviewed films, and headlined by a stellar ensemble of actors including Golden Globe® nominee Kirsten Dunst (All Good Things), Alexander Skarsgård (“True Blood”) Charlotte Gainsbourg (Antichrist), Golden Globe winner Kiefer Sutherland (“24”), Stellan Skarsgård (Thor), and Academy Award nominee John Hurt (The Oxford Murders), visionary writer/director Lars Von Trier’s (Dancer […]

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Gerard’s Top 10 FILMS of 2011

As promised, here is my Top 10 FILM list for 2011. I actually had to scramble in compiling this list, because there was one movie that I needed to see before my deadline and I was confident that it would go on my list. Did it, though? That’s what you’re going to have to read […]

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‘Melancholia’ Is A Beautiful Portrait Of Depression And The End

Based on the peppy title I have given to this review, audiences should know they should be bracing themselves for doom; although I could be misleading you, were you not to look further.  Earlier in 2011, Terrence Malick arose from the depths of wherever he goes in the many years in between his films to […]

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