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Holiday Review: ‘The Thin Man’

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Like Die Hard the fact that 1934’s comedy/mystery The Thin Man takes place at Christmas and contains many elements of the holiday, gives the flick a strong argument for being a “Christmas Movie”.… Continue reading

Classic Scene: “Who’s on First?”

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“Who’s on first?” The Naughty Nineties (1945) Directed by Jean Yarbrough The Scene: Dexter and Sebastian, played by the incomparable comedy duo Abbott and Costello, both work on a showboat in the 1890’s… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘New Money’

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At this year’s Indie Memphis Film Festival the film which won the most votes in a competition for the most popular poster went to a quirky and depressing dramedy from director Jason B.… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: ‘D.O.A.’

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Every November fans of classic cinema celebrate one of the great genres of filmdom, the film noir. These beloved films ensure fans get their fill of; gritty streets, tough detectives, mysterious femme fatales,… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Tyrel’

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The latest film from writer/director Sebastian Silva has been compared frequently, if unjustly to last year’s smash hit Get Out.  In all fairness Silva had begun work on his latest film Tyrel long… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: ‘Detour’

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Every November fans of classic cinema celebrate one of the great genres of filmdom, the film noir. These beloved films ensure fans get their fill of; gritty streets, tough detectives, mysterious femme fatales,… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes’

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With this month being Noirvember, it is understandable that filmgoers will be looking for a heist film. But Shoot the Moon Right Between the Eyes, which held it’s premier at the Indie Memphis… Continue reading

15 Weird Stan Lee Characters You Haven’t Heard Of

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This morning we woke to the said news that comic writer Stan Lee had passed away. The industry legend played a major hand in building the Marvel Universe as we now know it… Continue reading

Noirvember Review: “In a Lonely Place”

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Every November fans of classic cinema celebrate one of the great genres of filmdom, the film noir. These beloved films ensure fans get their fill of; gritty streets, tough detectives, mysterious femme fatales,… Continue reading

Indie Memphis 2018: ‘Wrestle’

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The students at J.O Johnson High School in Huntsville, Alabama are used to having the deck stacked against them. Most of the student body has been raised in poverty and after years of… Continue reading