Archive | January, 2011

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Oscar Snubbery 2010 and the wholly criminal Inception snub that no one’s talking about…

Posted on 28 January 2011 by ShepRamsey

We, as movie nerds, spend the entire year pissing and moaning about all the terrible shit that Hollywood crams down our throats—all the Little Fockers and Last Airbenders.   Continue Reading

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Black Swan & Drag Me to Hell. Feminist Horror Fans Rejoice!

Posted on 26 January 2011 by Quaid

The Academy Award nominations came in this week, and I think it’s safe to say that Natalie Portman is almost a shoe-in to win the Oscar for Best Actress. And deservedly so. Her work in Black Swan is complex, poignant, affecting, and emotionally powerful. Continue Reading

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2011 Oscar Nods Announced!

Posted on 25 January 2011 by Quaid

I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like 2010 was a great year for a wide range of excellent movies. Continue Reading

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Shameless Listmaking Brings You: ChloeG’s Favorite Movies

Posted on 22 January 2011 by ChloeG

I’ve figured for a while that I need to introduce myself more formally, which of course on a film-centric website means a top ten list. See, I’m not gen’rally like the folks ’round here. Continue Reading

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Royal Pains in the Arse: What movies have taught me about the maladies, defects, & diseases of the British Royal Family

Posted on 11 January 2011 by ShepRamsey

The Oscar race is heating up and, busy bee that I have been lately, I still have a few vital movies to check off my list. I’ve yet to see Mark Wahlberg box, Natalie Portman lose her mind, or James Franco cut his arm off.   Continue Reading

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Star Wars on Blu-Ray: Using hard science to predict the format’s decline

Posted on 10 January 2011 by Quaid

I’ve written quite a few articles about the blu-ray format and what I think about the future of HD cinema.  So it should come as no surprise that I believe the writing is on the wall for blu-ray, like DVD and VHS before it, to fade away fairly quickly and be replaced with a new format, most likely direct rental and download via web sources. Continue Reading

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