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The Old is the new Demographic

The Old is the new Demographic

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The times are changing and the way entertainment is delivered to the customer is also changing. Gone are the days of Blockbuster when people would go to stores to rent out movies to watch at home or go to theatres to watch a new movie they were eagerly waiting for. The advent of the internet has carved open new paths and areas to explore and exploit for the brave and venturing into the unknown is what has created this age of information. With the convenience that internet provides, everything is just a click away for the average consumer and companies are perfecting this system of instant service and ensuring that the customer can get everything he wants on demand. Less than 10 years ago, it was the norm to wait for the next episode till the next week or the next day to find out wha...
Movie Flashback: 1970s Shock Waves

Movie Flashback: 1970s Shock Waves

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Rose (Brooke Adams) is found alone and adrift on a small boat. She begins to recount what happened to her and her yacht mates, and through flashback, we follow along to see what happened. It appears forty years ago, at the end of WWII, the Nazis were creating a super soldier. The allies ran into this group, and it’s the only squad that the allies hadn't recorded a kill against. These super soldiers fought without guns with super human strength. This is all told in the opening narration, and it’s quite effective in setting the mood. It turns out, these soldiers are zombies, and they are currently lying dormant at the bottom of the sea. This is of course unbeknownst to our yachters, led by the captain, played by John Carradine. As you can imagine, the yacht ends up off course and being blind
Ramones Film Review: End of the Century

Ramones Film Review: End of the Century

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In the mid 1970s, a bunch of outcasts from the New York borough of Queens severely and irreverently altered the course of pop culture with their amateur, genius bubblegum rock 'n' roll. Calling themselves The Ramones, they helped to kick-start the very concept of punk rock, proving beyond question it's possible to play timeless, catchy songs without being instrumental virtuosos. Though they changed the way the world thinks about and creates music, The Ramones remained an underground phenomenon for their entire decades-long career. The Ramones as People, Not Stars Assuming some familiarity from their viewers with the story of The Ramones, filmmakers Michael Gramaglia and Jim Fields leave out dry facts, opting instead to dig into the juicier human side of things. They provide a ...
Celeb Flashback: Gene Tierney – Sultry Star of Stage, Film

Celeb Flashback: Gene Tierney – Sultry Star of Stage, Film

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Gene Tierney was raised in a world of wealth and privilege. Her dark eyes and remarkable beauty thrilled and enchanted theater-goers, but she was also a deeply troubled woman who suffered from mental illness for many years. Gene Tierney Studies Acting In 1938, Tierney attended Miss Porter’s School, a college preparatory school in Connecticut. On vacation, she visited the Warner Bros. Studios and was offered a contract, but she was only seventeen and her parent’s turned it down because of the low salary. She decided to study acting at a Greenwich Village acting studio in New York. She appeared on Broadway and received favorable reviews from Variety and The New York Times. Her father started a corporation—Belle-Tier-- solely to support her acting career. Gene Tierney is Offered
Ocean’s 8 Movie Trailer Review

Ocean’s 8 Movie Trailer Review

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Not too many weeks ago, fans of the Ocean’s Trilogy were surprised with a teaser of the upcoming Ocean’s 8 movie which is going to be an all-female spin-off of the heist comedy. The film is star-studded with Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winner Anne Hathaway, starring alongside Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, and Helena Bonham Carter to name a few. While it wasn’t really a secret that a fourth Ocean’s movie was on the way, the teaser and the trailers that followed were quite a welcome surprise, especially when they popped up on social media. The  Ocean’s 8  movie will be released on June 8, 2018 by Warner Bros and it’s directed by Gary Ross. As usual, a lot of casino and poker enthusiasts, including those who play poker online, are excited to watch the movie, to see
Top 5 Vampire Movies

Top 5 Vampire Movies

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Twilight’s Edward Cullen may be the vampire receiving the most attention these days, but there have been many other vampires worth watching over the last century. Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published in 1897, and his mysterious lead character has been inspiring movies, books, and art ever since. Here’s a list of the top 5 vampire movies to include in a Dracula movie marathon! F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror Filmed in 1921 and released in 1922, Murnau’s film is an unauthorized adaption of Stoker’s novel. The plot is similar, but the names of characters and places have been changed. Here, “Dracula” becomes “Nosferatu.” The now-standard myth that vampires will die if exposed to sunlight was created with this film. This black-and-white silent vampire movie is a must-see