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Somewhere Slow Trailer and Poster Starring Vikings' Jessalyn Gilsig!

19 December 2013 8:37 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Watch the trailer and see the first poster for Jeremy O'Keefe's Somewhere Slow featuring Jessalyn Gilsig (Vikings as Siggy) alongside Graham Patrick Martin. Jeremy O'Keefe directs and writes. Michael Anderson, Christopher Sepulveda, Gilsig and O'Keefe produce. The film follows Anna Thompson, played by former Glee star Gilsig, whom after witnessing a fatal convenience store robbery, leaves behind her unfulfilled relationships with her husband and mother for the unknown. Along the way, she is joined by Travis, a teenage drifter with his own tainted past. »

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Flickering Myth's Greatest Comic Book Movies: #24 - The Crow (1994)

2 April 2013 12:19 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Throughout April, we're counting down to the release of Marvel's Iron Man 3 with our picks for the Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time; here's #24...

The Crow, 1994.

Directed by Alex Proyas.

Starring Brandon Lee, Rochelle Davis, Ernie Hudson, Michael Wincott, Bai Ling, Sofia Shinas, Anna Levine, David Patrick Kelly, Laurence Mason, Michael Massee and Angel David.

Based upon James O'Barr's cult underground series, originally published by Caliber Comics in 1989, The Crow stars Brandon Lee as Eric Draven, a musician brought back from the dead to avenge his and his fiancée's murder at the hands of a gang of local thugs.

Tragically, The Crow would prove to be Lee's final movie, the actor dying after sustaining an accidental gunshot wound on set during the filming of a stunt sequence. More than a year after Lee's death, The Crow arrived in cinemas and was a world-wide box office success, pulling »

- Flickering Myth

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‘Unforgiven’: when forgiving and forgetting are not options (part 1)

2 January 2013 3:01 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »


Directed by Clint Eastwood

Written by David Webbs Peoples

U.S.A., 1992

There are precious few names from the film industry whose names are practically synonymous with the western genre. Some actors and directors have done well with the western, such as James Stewart, Sam Peckinpah, Gene Hackman (whose character in Unforgiven we shall look at in depth in part 2 of this article), but none are names which immediately strike up pictures of western iconography, unlike, say, Sergio Leone, Sergio Carbucci, John Wayne and the the inimitable Clint Eastwood. Try as he might to write, direct and act in films from other genres, and boy did he ever make plenty of them, not to mention some darn fine ones, his name will forever be associated first and foremost with westerns. Understandably, what first comes to mind is his ‘Man With No Name’ character from Leone’s Dollars trilogy, and »

- Edgar Chaput

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