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    First Photos: Cranston, Johnson and “GODZILLA”!

    The King of Monsters returns. It’s felt a long road of tone trailers and posters since hype ramped up at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but just prior to tomorrow’s trailer debut, we’ve got an official look at the new Godzilla, who director Gareth Edwards (MONSTERS) calls “a force of nature, like the wrath of […]

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    Q&A: Rob Himebaugh on his Bigfoot short, “EAGLEWALK”

    Writer/director Rob Himebaugh’s thesis film EAGLEWALK has been stomping its way across North America in a momentum-gathering festival run, leaving a strong buzz in its wake. The film aims to revive the Sasquatch subgenre, taking an often playfully handled beastie and returning it to its sinister roots. This is what a Bigfoot movie should be. Frightening, taut, and fun.

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    DAMIANO DAMIANI, 1922-2013

    A lot of artists are sometimes trapped by their race and/or their heritage; auteurs outside of America that make superlative and innovative films are often quoted as “French director” or “German expressionist” and sometimes these people would just for once like to hear “director” or “expressionist” as a sole description, leaving the nation of origin […]

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    “MUTE” (Book Review)

    Leo, the protagonist of Jeffrey Hale’s MUTE (Grand Mal Press) is special. Born with the power of psychometry, he’s able to divulge past emotions and memories that may still resonate within objects or people. This talent, while admittedly handy, has gotten him locked up in a mental institution by folks not inclined to encourage psychic […]

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