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The Best Movies by the Top 10 Directors of the Now

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Over the course of the past two and a half months I have been writing a weekly feature examining the ten most interesting directors currently working. There were many potential candidates cut from… Continue reading

Retro Review: House on Haunted Hill

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DARKNITE agrees to spend the night… A movie screen as black as pitch staring right at the confused audience; then out of no where, a piercing scream and a ghoulish laugh and so… Continue reading

The 5 Directors Who Used to be Interesting

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Some petty bitchiness from G-FUNK Over the past two and half months I’ve been running a series about the Top 10 Most Interesting Directors of the Now – the directors who are defining… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Derpy Hooves vs The People

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He’s a tale of internet and media drama that is currently unfolding. It involves rampant fandom, over-zealous parents, social networking, censorship and ponies. Just to get things established, the ponies in question are… Continue reading

Top Ten Director’s of the Now – Christopher Nolan

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The concluding chapter to the series by G-FUNK As it was stated at this beginning of this epic Top 10 list, the intention was never to rank the directors. The ten entries on… Continue reading

Harry Potter in Review: The Philosopher’s Stone

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A new series by G-FUNK. (Substitute the ‘Philosophers’ for ‘Sorcerers’ if you’re in the States – or just any other word you feel like.) Director: Chris Columbus Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma… Continue reading

‘Crazy Stupid Love’ DVD Review

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A review by G-FUNK Directors: Glenn Ficarra and John Requa Starring: Steve Carrell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Analeigh Tipton, Marisa Tomei, Kevin Bacon Plot: Cal finds out that his wife Emily… Continue reading

Retro Review: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

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During the 1940’s Universal Studios found that they had two types of movies that were always guaranteed blockbusters; Abbott and Costello comedies and their monster movies. It was only a matter of time before some… Continue reading

Comic Review: (The New 52) Justice League #3 & #4

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Story: Geoff Johns Art: Jim Lee Colours: Alex Sinclair with Gabe Eltaeb Inker: Scott Williams Letters: Patrick Brosseau Review: Being that I am a pretty huge fan of the Justice League it was… Continue reading