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Movie Trailer: Thor: The Dark World (2013)

The Norse God of Thunder is back in action in the trailer for Thor: The Dark World. Taking place after the events of “The Avengers,” Thor (Chris Hemsworth reprising his role) is now tasked with staving off a darkness that threatens the universe. To help him repeal the wave of Dark Elves led by the…

Movie Trailer: Red 2 (2013)

You just can’t keep old people down anymore. Returning to their actiony, murderous ways from “Red,” is Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich in Summit Entertainment’s Red 2. This time the retired assassins — with Willis’ lady in tow (Mary-Louise Parker) — take their skills across the pond to such locales as London, Paris…

Movie Review: Hitchcock (2012)

There’s a unique sprinkling of cinematic magic that touches the infamous shower scene in “Psycho” so memorably and effectively that watching the scene, dissecting the scene, experiencing the scene is great fun from any angle. So with this automatic reaction hardwired to my senses, I very much enjoyed seeing the scene recreated with moderate gusto…

Movie Trailer: Hitchcock (2012)

Ever wondered what the difficulties iconic director Alfred Hitchcock had to endure to make his masterpiece “Psycho?” Well wonder no more as Hitchcock, based off of the novel, “Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho” by Stephen Rebello, lays them out for you. Whether, they’re enough to tantalize for an hour or two is another…

Movie Review: Thor (2011)

Since I have never read a Thor comic book (don’t intend to either), nor do I have much insight into the Norse mythology from which he spawned, I really had no idea as to what kind of story to expect from the heavily hyped Thor (the trailers weren’t much help). But thanks in part to…

Movie Review: The Rite (2011)

Set in a Sartrean representation of present-day Italy, The Rite is a satirical look at exorcism and the individuals who perform them. With similarities to Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit and his belief that “Hell is other people,” Mikael Håfström’s (1408, Derailed) latest chronicles two clergymen — Michael Kovak (Colin O’ Donoghue) and his seasoned counterpart,…

Movie Review: The Wolfman (2010)

Even with the much publicized production upheavals (directorial changes, reshoots and pretty much everything else that could be altered at the most inopportune moment) plaguing The Wolfman, is it too much to ask to ask for a movie that, while drawing inspiration from its 1941 source, retools — in inventive ways, mind you — the…

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