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Ron Hanks Unveils His Directorial Debut at Cannes Film Festival

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On his way to Cannes, actor-producer-writer-director Ron Hanks takes a moment to speak to Blogcritics about his latest ventures! Read More »

Interview with Rising Star Katja Glieson: Music, Bullying, and Personal Empowerment

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Up and coming singer Katja Glieson recently left her Australian home to take the plunge and jet to the land of opportunity, Los Angeles, where musicians, dancers and producers are aplenty. I had the pleasure of chatting with Glieson one on one about her budding career, struggles and who she hopes her music will inspire. Glieson’s just-released first single “Look At ... Read More »

Web Series Review: ‘Pretty the Series’ Returns for Season Four

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Steve Silverman's award-winning comedy web series Pretty the Series returns for a new season, set to drop Monday January 5. Read More »

Web Comics Are Coming to America – Will They Succeed?

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American audiences have shorter attention spans than those in Korea, and are much more demanding. They'll need to be exposed to outstanding content from the get-go. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Spooked’ – Series Premiere

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Spooked is a fun romp with layered characters and a cohesive, well-paced story, to be teased out over four episodes. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Derek’ – Season Two Premiere

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Derek presents a unique individual who just may challenge your preconceived notions and worldview. Read More »

TV Review: Amazon’s Pilot Season Cometh

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Amazon.com is offering for our free viewing (and voting) pleasure pilots for five new adult series: three comedies and two dramas. Which one(s) will get made? That is up to we, the viewers. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Crimson Petal and the White’

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The Crimson Petal and the White is a four episode TV series offered on Acorn TV that fascinates and engages. London during the Victorian period has never appeared so realistic and raw, so atmospheric and Dickensian. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Happy Tree Friends: Complete Disaster’

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The cover art may be a little deceptive, but make no mistake, this is nearly 8 hours of remastered, gory, animated fun. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – Scream of the Shalka’

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Scream of the Shalka may not be the best bit of Doctor Who ever made, but it is a unique curiosity for series fans. Read More »