Archive for October, 2010

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[Posted by: Alex Miller]

When Wendy discover Stan’s “hoarding problem”, he is sent along with Mr. Mackey (and a sheep herder mistaken for a sheep “hoarder”) to a team of dream trackers who enter their dreams in order to cure him.

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[Reviewed by: Alex Miller]

1977 was a year in which many cinematic classics were released – Star Wars, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Annie Hall, The Goodbye Girl, & The Spy Who Loved Me just to name a few. Yet when Roger Ebert made his list of the 10 best films from 1977 his top pick was a film most haven’t even heard of, much less seen – 3 Women. I recently saw the Criterion edition DVD sitting in my local library and knew I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see what all the fuss was about. I wasn’t disappointed. (more…)

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[Posted by: Alex Miller]

One of my favorite comedies turned into a horror flick just in time for Halloween! If you like this check out the romantic comedy version.

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[Posted by: Martin Keller]

I’ve been contributing to Dorkosphere since the summer, first doing a review and a news piece, but then wanting to do a column. Something I could come back to every week with a specific focus and something that would give me a deadline. This worked for over a month, and now I return without a new entry for the Action Stars column in over three weeks. I have offered assurances to the site editor that I would have something shortly, but my ability to write anything has been severely hindered. It’s not real life that has hindered me, you know, work and a girlfriend and obligations and things unforeseen. Nor have my hands been broken, nor my brain extracted. I have certainly been within reach of computers: I work at a library! No my inability to produce work, to be reliable, to put even the smallest effort into being creative has been usurped by one thing and one thing alone: The Wire. (more…)

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[Reviewed by: Danny Moltrasi]

“Every single one of us, is entitled to the same pay as men.”

Made in Dagenham tells the story of how a group of small female workers in a Ford Dagenham assembly plant decided to stand up and change the world. Directed by the man behind Calendar Girls, Nigel Cole, we are presented with an uplifting story about the ability to change things through having strong morals and persistence. A fairly light-hearted film that never really gets out of its comfort zone, however Made in Dagenham is still a thoroughly enjoyable, and educational film on a landmark moment in British political history. (more…)

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[Posted by: Justin Wagner]

Making a film on your own – without the big studios backing you – can become a very expensive process. Thanks to sites like Indiegogo.com many up-and-coming filmmakers can get their projects made with a little help from me and you and everyone we know. The film that needs us right now is The Secret Beneath Janus Lake. It is directed, written, and produced by Nikhil Khosla, Greg Lazcano, and Jonathan Schillingford, and will be presented in three very different acts with the three directors taking on a different act each. (more…)

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[Reviewed by: Danny Moltrasi]

“Kill everyone now! Condone first degree murder! Advocate cannibalism! Eat shit! Filth is my politics! Filth is my life!”

Wow, wow, wow. Pink Flamingos, ‘the filthiest film’ around, certainly lives up to that lofty claim. I had the… chance to see it, and I think it’s fair to say that it will stay with me for a long, long time. I have never, ever coward at the screen in shock like this before, and I have rarely laughed as hard as I did at times as well. The complete, utter insanity of the film is mind-blowing, yet it has the ability to keep you hooked. I don’t want to look at the screen, but I don’t want to miss what’s going on. Pink Flamingos is one of the strangest things you’re ever likely to witness, and because I feel this film is so far out of my comfort zone, I honestly don’t feel I can rate it. Just take my review for what it is… (more…)