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The Nightmarish Interview Before Christmas: Chris Sarandon

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Chris Sarandon talks to Blogcritics' Gabe Canada about his projects past and future. Read More »

Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge: The Fifteen Dollar Film School

A Hollywood film contest with a new twist. You have to help your competition succeed. Read More »

When Series Break Genre

Glee jumped out of the comedy genre with a gun shot. Should shows break with a set tone? Read More »

Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters: A non-horror, non-comedy, non-drama from which filmmakers can learn Read More »

Movie Review: John Dies at the End – Maybe

Earth needs heroes to save it from an alien invasion but gets a pair of college dropouts instead Read More »

Movie Review: The Man With the Iron Fists Cuts the Wrong Way

The Man with the Iron Fists had the chance to be something awesome, but came in far short of that goal. Read More »

Book Review: The Leopard Couch by Sax Rohmer

A new collection of yarns from the creator of Fu Manchu unearths 13 entertaining period fantasies. Read More »

Movie Review: Prometheus (2012)

Prometheus is ultimately a fun but unsatisfying roller coaster ride of a summer blockbuster. Read More »

TV Review: Once Upon a Time – “Desperate Souls”

Rumpelstiltskin's origin story on this week's excellent installment of Once Upon a Time. What did you think? Read More »

Worlds Away From The Hero’s Journey: Genre, Literature, And Peep Show

The genre vs literary debate has a few new contestants. Read More »