Friday, December 23, 2005

Get your X-mas movie fix

There's plenty of new movies coming out in theaters for this holiday season, and we have some reviews to help you decide what to see when avoiding your relatives... Steve Warren brings us three new reviews this week: Munich (stoic!), Mrs. Henderson Presents (saucy!) and Wolf Creek (scary!). Enjoy!

Friday, December 16, 2005

New Addition: Production Listings Database

Just wanted to make a quick note that, along with the release of our second issue, has added a production listings database. Now, you can submit your works in progress, so that interested parties can find out all about your production. Looking for cast & crew? Add it to the database so people can contact you. Or, if you're looking for a project to work on, browse our listings of films in production. The production listings database is interactive and easy to update:

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Issue #2 is live!

Issue #2 of, your online film and video magazine, is now live. We appreciated all your support and feedback on the first issue, and hopefully this issue will be even better! The December/January issue has a lot of interesting features: - An awesome profile with actor Greg Thompson for our cover story - ON-SET with Good Intentions and The Last Adam - Coverage + photos of Urban Media Makers, Dixie Film Festival, Out On Film and the Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival - And more reviews! Once again, your support and your comments are the key inspiration for the magazine and the staff for we all are aiming for the same obejective: Give this film community some light. Check it out now!

Saturday, December 10, 2005

A Trip to Syriana

Steve Warren has got your review for Syriana this week. Here's a brief glimpse:
At the risk of sounding self-deprecating, Syriana is the kind of movie I assume is good because I didn't understand it. That doesn't mean it's so arty or intellectual I didn't enjoy it; it's just about economics and oil and recent events, the kind of stuff I don't pay much attention to until they make a movie about it. Now they have. Stephen Gaghan won an Oscar for his Traffic screenplay and obviously has another in his sights with Syriana, which he also directed capably. ...
Read his complete review here, as well as a look at Breakfast on Pluto.

Friday, December 02, 2005

New release Friday: Æon Flux and (very little) company

Not much new in theaters this week. Æon Flux is the big one this week, and we've got a review of it. Also, Steve Warren takes a look at First Descent because he cares about you. So read 'em and weep. (Well, hopefully they aren't bad enough to make you cry...)