Movie Review: Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut

[ad_1] Nightbreed is a 1990 American dark fantasy horror film written and directed by Clive Barker. It features: David Cronenberg, Dough Bradley, Anne Bobby, Craig Sheffer, Hugh Quarshie and Charles Haid. The story follows Aaron Boone (Craig Sheffer) who dreams of Midian, a place of monsters. Boone seeks therapy from Dr. Decker (David Cronenberg), a… Continue reading Movie Review: Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut

Free Movies Online

[ad_1] What do you think when you hear the phrase “free movies online”? Is it suspicion of copyright infringement, shadowy looking download sites, or excitement over the tremendous viewing possibilities? While the checkered past of free movies online has some people cautious, let’s set the record straight about the right places to watch free movies… Continue reading Free Movies Online

No Animals Were Harmed – All About Animal Actors

[ad_1] ANIMAL ACTORS: Interview with Sandi Buck, American Humane, Certified Animal Safety Representative Q: What is the American Humane Film & TV Unit? A: American Humane (AH) Film & TV Unit is based in Los Angeles and we monitor the use of animals in media. American Humane is a national organization with headquarters based in… Continue reading No Animals Were Harmed – All About Animal Actors

The Top Ten Mermaid Movies Ever

[ad_1] Most people have seen Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” animated movie. But there are several others which are absolutely excellent – classics. Here they are: 1. My top pick for a mermaid movie is “Splash”. Not only is it funny and the plot wonderful, but there is quite a bit of awesome footage of Daryl… Continue reading The Top Ten Mermaid Movies Ever

Hollywood Harems: A Documentary Film Review

[ad_1] Tania Kamal-Eldin’s Hollywood Harems: A Documentary was produced by Women Make Movies (Firm) in 1999. Tania Kamal-Elin is an independent filmmaker and University educator. She has an MFA in Visual Arts from UCSD, a MSC in Political Economy from the London School of Economics. She also has taught at Palomar College and UCSD. Kamal-Elin’s… Continue reading Hollywood Harems: A Documentary Film Review

Check Out Tadaima The Movie

[ad_1] When World War II began, Americans and immigrants of Japanese descent found that the discrimination and prejudice that they had long experienced were escalated with hatred toward them being exhibited on every front. Immediately after the Imperial Navy of Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, leaders from within the Japanese and Japanese American communities… Continue reading Check Out Tadaima The Movie

A Review of Boyz N the Hood: Signs Stereotypes and Critical Analysis

[ad_1] Boyz N the Hood is a classic African American film that can be critically analyzed through the lens of race and gender issues in the media. The first thing that I noticed when watching the film through such lens was the usage of common signs throughout the film that were found on the street… Continue reading A Review of Boyz N the Hood: Signs Stereotypes and Critical Analysis