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There is more than one way to pay homage to campy entertainment. Quintessential examples of classic camp include the cheesy 60’s Batman series, Barbarella, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and pretty much every John Waters film. For nearly 20 years, indie filmmakers such as Larry Blamire (The Lost Skeleton of …

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CD REVIEW: Kind Heaven by Perry Farrell

A few weeks ago, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell released his latest experimental album, and it’s a doozy! Kind Heaven continues the trend of Farrell’s albums which generally center on the theme of global unification. Those albums include: Song Yet to Be Sung (2001) and Ultra Payloaded (2007) — the …

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Some films gain just as much attention from the stories surrounding their production as they do because of their content. Within this spectrum, most film buffs will agree that beyond their narrative content, Coppola’s Apocalypse Now!, Lynch’s Dune, Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo, and Proyas’s The Crow have garnered significant recognition as a …

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The Continuing Life of Fantastic Beasts

The Wizarding World is abuzz. About a month and a half after the March 12 release of the Blu-ray for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Ron Sanders (President, Worldwide Theatrical Distribution and President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment) announced that the third film of the planned five-part series will be …

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