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reviewed Prometheus. June 09, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Prometheus
1979’s horror-sci-fi hit “Alien” made such an impact and up to this day, the film stands as one of the best horror movies ever made. Its sequel “Aliens” made its focus more …
reviewed Battle Royale: The Complete Collectio.... March 31, 2012
posted in ASIANatomy
Battle Royale: The Complete Collection (2012 Bluray and Dvd Releases)
Originally banned in U.S. shores, the original “Battle Royale” (2000) became a much talked-about phenomenon and a copy of the film became sort of a forbidden fruit among international cinema …
reviewed First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009). March 05, 2012
posted in ASIANatomy
First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009)
I’ve often said that Japanese anime have always had the guts to do what other animated works are often reluctant to do. Yes, sometimes, anime may go over the top; but if you are a fan of the medium, …
reviewed 'The Grey' (2012 film). January 30, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
'The Grey' Directed By Joe Carnahan
We’ve all seen a good number of ‘survival’ films the past two decades. I mean, it seems to be the kind of film that studios feel that it is the kind of thing that would be easy to make …
reviewed Underworld: Awakening. January 21, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Underworld: Awakening
I’ve been a fan of the “Underworld” film franchise since it came to light some years ago. I mean, Kate Beckinsale would be enough to draw me into any film, but the story arc of the series …
reviewed I Saw the Devil. May 12, 2011
posted in ASIANatomy
I Saw the Devil
Korean director Kim Ji-Woon has always been a film festival favorite and he has been one of Korea’s directors I follow religiously as with Park Chan-Wook (Oldboy), Kim Ki-Duk (The Isle), Hong Sang-Soo …
reviewed Resident Evil: Afterlife (3D). September 11, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Resident Evil: Afterlife (Movie)
I am not sure. I did feel that Paul W.S. Anderson’s first Resident Evil was just a guilty, brainless popcorn experience, Alexander Witt‘s “Apocalypse” served up loads of action …
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