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The Zombie Apocalypse: Tales for our Troubled Times

Night-of-the-Living-Dead-alternate

The world might be going to hell, but at least no one’s ambling (or shambling or running) to devour your brains. Not yet. Read More »

Movie Review: Trance (2013)

Danny Boyle seems to be reveling in the past. Not his best, but still good. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Trainspotting at Elephant Theatre

Irvine Welsh's cult novel receives an energetic revival in Hollywood from seat of your pants Productions. Read More »

2012 London Olympics: Danny Boyle’s “Isles of Wonder” an Anglophile’s Feast

The Olympics Opening Ceremonies a buffet of British history, literature and pop culture through Danny Boyle's unique vision. Read More »

Olympics Opening Ceremony: Sound and Fury Signifying Mostly Nothing

This is not Las Vegas; it's the Olympics. Too bad people have lost sight of that and what the games are supposed to be all about. Read More »

DVD Review: Shallow Grave – The Criterion Collection

Danny Boyle's visually arresting big screen debut gets the special edition treatment. Read More »

DVD Review: 127 Hours

Would you be able to do it? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: 127 Hours

The real-life story of Aron Ralston's terrifying experience of being trapped in a Utah canyon. Read More »

Movie Review: Buried (2010)

Fine premise, but there's enough filler here to suffocate anyone Read More »

Movie Review: 127 Hours

We fall so we can learn to pick ourselves back up. Read More »