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‘Summer Night’ Review: Coming Of Age Tale Is Much Ado About Something

Upon first blush Summer Night may have the feeling of an aimless and lackadaisical coming-of-age tale, and to be frank there is a certain...

John Cusack Action Thriller ‘Blood Money’ Hits Blu-Ray In December

Growing up a Gen X baby, my indelible memory of John Cusack is his ghetto blaster, serenading Ione Skye with "In Your Eyes" moment...

‘Boyhood’ Named Picture of The Year By Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Boyhood, director Richard Linklater's magnum opus of a young child's (Ellar Coltrane) subtle journey of self-discovery, was named Best Picture of the Year by the Los...

“Boyhood” Is Blessed By The Cinema Gods & The Houston Astros

The oft-used term "film gods" blessed the Boyhood production in manifold ways, and considering director Richard Linklater and his crew devoted over 12 years...

Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” Continues Cinematic Human Project

In anticipation of director Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," my neurotic mind drifts to last year's "Before Midnight" press conference. The "Before" stories, which detail the...

Richard Linklater’s Epic ‘Boyhood’ Readies for July 11 Release

Richard Linklater's (Before Midnight, Bernie) ambitious feature Boyhood is hitting U.S. theaters on July 11. The project, which Linklater shot from 2002 to 2013, covers...

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Bruce Purkey Finds Dazzling Trash With ‘Blood Machines’

On paper, there is no reason I should enjoy Blood Machines, a Shudder Original Series, directed by Seth Ickerman. It has...

Love Guitarist Johnny Echols Takes A Trip Back To ‘Laurel Canyon’

The two-part docuseries Laurel Canyon focuses on the artists who lived in hillside area of Los Angeles back in the mid-1960s...