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Interview: Leah McKendrick on Her Short Film and Movie with Josh Duhamel

Scene from Beyond Deceit (PRNewsFoto/Pacific Mercantile Bank)

Leah McKendrick encourages actors to "fight for what you believe in and what you want to do, what you actually want and what will make you happy." Read More »

SXSW: Movie Review – ‘Manglehorn’ – Al Pacino, Holly Hunter, and a Cat


Most movies are the merging of technology and short stories, novels or sagas. Manglehorn is technology merged with a poem. It is the story of a locksmith who has lost the love of his life because of something he has done and lives in self-imposed isolation. Manglehorn has constructed a cocoon of memories and fantasies, keeping his son, a former protégé, and the hope of new love at arm’s length. Read More »

SXSW Preview: Film, Tech, and Kittens (also, Al Pacino, Ryan Gosling, Guillermo Del Toro, Molly Ringwald, and Robots)

Al Pacino

Attending SXSW (pronounced South by Southwest), the annual Austin, Texas, technology, film and music festival should be on everyone’s bucket list. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Stand Up Guys – A Real Sit Down Kind of Flick


Even the best idea can be doomed to fail if the right people aren't involved. Read More »

Actors and Acting: How the Lowly Have Risen

Once disparaged, the acting profession has risen in prestige until the great thespians are practically Lords and Ladies. What happened? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Dick Tracy (1990)

Producer-director-star Warren Beatty's noble failure; impeccable technical attributes not supported by screenplay. Read More »

Movie Review: Stand Up Guys

This is a story about values and redemption - oh, and hookers and Viagra, too. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Devil’s Advocate – Unrated Director’s Cut (1997)

Dated, yes, but still enjoyable — even if Keanu Reeves IS in it. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Son of No One

Dull and slow, this cop drama boasts a strong cast at least. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Scarface (1983) Limited Edition Steelbook

Worth the hype? It's a bloated, over-hyped, overrated bore. Read More »