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Great Heist Movies

Film

I’ve always enjoyed heist films.  Some of it is rooting for the bad guy, and some of it is the cleverness with which the capers are pulled off.  With that in mind, here are some of my favorite heist movies. Three Kings (1999) A non-traditional heist movie in that it takes place during the end […]

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Harry Potter Album Covers

Music

First off, are you tired of Harry Potter yet?  The internet has blown up with posts about the last and latest film – people are even going so far as to get Harry Potter tattoos.  Sorry, folks, but there’s more.  To give credit where credit is due, this content is from nextmovie.com and the art […]

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Best 80s Movies

Film

Oh this should be fun.  As a child of the 80s (I was born in 1980 for anybody that cares), there’s something about seeing a movie from the 80s on TV that just makes me smile.  Whether it’s the special effects, the acting, or seeing actors that are so well-known today when they were just […]

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Movie Roles Passed on by Actors

Celebrities, Fail, Film

We all know that with very few exceptions, the guy that ends up being cast in a movie role isn’t the only guy being looked at for the role. However, some rolls are so iconic, so associated with an actor that it’s hard to imagine somebody else having ever been considered for the role. Here […]

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Movie Trilogies That Don’t Completely Suck

Film

The movie industry is filled with trilogies that did good for two movies and then dropped the ball on the third time around. The Spider-Man, X-Men, Matrix, and Godfather trilogies easily spring to mind as film series that fell apart on the third time around. Does that mean that all trilogies are doomed to failure? […]

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Quentin vs Coen

Artwork, Film

So back in April, the Bold Hype Gallery in New York hosted a show featuring more than 100 artists that had done pieces inspired by the films of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. While that show is now come and gone, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can still see some of […]

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Short Film: Out of Time by Seraph Films

featured, Film

Seraph Films is an up-and-coming, independent film studio founded by director and producer Gene Blalock that focuses on making high quality, character-driven projects for television, film, and new media. This is their short film Out of Time that brings about memories of great Twilight Zone episodes. Give it a watch, and let us know what […]

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Spot the Kelsey Grammer Voiceovers

featured, Film, Television

Nominated for 14 Emmys, Allen Kelsey Grammer, is no stranger to being in the limelight at the forefront of popular television. But Grammer’s work behind the camera is not as well known to the average viewer. His voiceover work has appeared on many programs and films where with his warm, deep baritone has added a […]

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The Art of Opening Title Sequences in Film

Film

If you love movies and I think you do you then you probably have seen many of these opening titles sequences. But there were more than a few I had forgotten or had never seen. Ian Albinson created this amazing sequence of Titling film, and highlights about one hundred years of film titles and credits. […]

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Best Comic Book Movies

Comics, Film

Next year is going to bring us several new comic book inspired movies, with Captain America and Thor both making their premiers, but that got me to thinking:  “What are the best comic book movies?”  Fortunately, I have an answer for everything. Blade Wesley Snipes may be having legal troubles right now, but back in […]

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