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Movie Review: Cheap Thrills (2014)
3 years ago

Movie Review: Cheap Thrills (2014)

Quite often indie films sneak up on you and blow your socks off. Cheap Thrills had a heap of buzz from various film festivals and sometimes that sets expectations too high. Cheap Thrills not only meets those expectations but then goes beyond them, in what is surely one of the sickest morality tales in a long time.

Movie Review: Grand Piano (2014)
4 years ago

Movie Review: Grand Piano (2014)

Grand Piano plays like a more mobile and less frantic Phone Booth. Eschewing the ‘punishing the wicked’ modus operandi from Phone Booth, it does keep the same kind of tension. However, to compare the two films is a bit unfair as the films are vastly different, but have the one common element tying them together.

Movie Review: Her (2013)
4 years ago

Movie Review: Her (2013)

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In an increasingly connected world, the complex and difficult idea of relationships, love and identity come under new and varied stresses and contexts. In his new film, Her, director Spike Jonze brings us a melancholic view of modern love in a (slightly) futuristic setting.

Movie: Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)
4 years ago

Movie: Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)

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Low budget comedies are a hit and miss affair. In this indie effort set in the world of LARPing, it might not just be the characters shouting ‘hit’ or ‘miss’. Three friends, in typical student fashion, have failed to fulfil their course requirements, so they find themselves needing to beg for mercy from their college Professor…

Movie: Sleepwalk With Me (2012)
4 years ago

Movie: Sleepwalk With Me (2012)

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Life is hard when you’re a struggling comedian, have relationship issues, and are trying to find meaning in your existence. It gets harder when you start sleepwalking and things begin to take a strange turn towards the bizarre.

Comic Review: Xeno Trip #1
4 years ago

Comic Review: Xeno Trip #1

By  •  Comics

From the team at QAM Comics comes yet another digital comic in the guided view/Thrillbent style. This time, writer Quinton Miles teams up with artist Daniele Cosentino to tell …
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Andrew MacLean Kickstarts Head Lopper 2: Wolves of Barra
4 years ago

Andrew MacLean Kickstarts Head Lopper 2: Wolves of Barra

By  •  Comics

After the first issue was printed and brought to HeroesCon, Head Lopper from Andrew MacLean truly had taken hold. Though, in MacLean’s own telling, it disgusted some and pleased others, that first bit of exposure …
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Comic Review: Pulp
4 years ago

Comic Review: Pulp

By  •  Comics

From  Jeremy Holt  and  Chris Peterson  comes a one-shot comic known simply as Pulp. The story of a writer and the woman who visits him in the night, Pulp takes …
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In the Dark w/ Rachel Deering
4 years ago

In the Dark w/ Rachel Deering

By  •  Comics

…An Interview About a Horror Anthology

Billed as “A monstrous collection of all-new, original terror tales from the darkest and most brilliant minds in comics,” Rachel Deering’s Kickstarter In …
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Interview: Justin Piatt of Unlikely Heroes Studios
4 years ago

Interview: Justin Piatt of Unlikely Heroes Studios

By  •  Comics

With the growing popularity of Kickstarter, it’s becoming easier for indie comic creators to get their books made. But, getting distributed by Diamond or attached to a publisher still eludes …
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Comic Review: Man From Space #2
4 years ago

Comic Review: Man From Space #2

By  •  Comics

Man from Space.  The title says a lot about it, mainly that it’s about a man from space. But, there’s also a fish named Michael, body swapping, wrestling midgets, teleporting robots, …
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Comic Review: Not So Super
4 years ago

Comic Review: Not So Super

By  •  Comics

Most comic fans have wished for superpowers at one point or another, but what if you actually received them and they only made life harder? This is the idea behind …
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