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The legendary George Andrew Romero, best known for his "Dead" franchise, is still making monster movies some forty-plus years after making an unforgettable directorial debut with Night of the Living Dead (1968).
"Survival of the Dead" will not disappoint diehard Romero fans who know what to expect of a campy production from the B-movie maven.


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As kids, my friends and I periodically engaged in debates about which of our favorite comic book superheroes was the mightiest. Could Batman beat Superman? The Expendables is the closest cinema has come to staging such a fantasy showdown, though featuring famous Hollywood icons instead of beloved comic book characters


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Whenever possible, I studiously avoid reading any book upon which an upcoming movie is being based. This practice has added immeasurably to my enjoyment of screen adaptations, for it frees me to judge a film merely on its own merits instead of having to compare it to its invariably-superior source material. Thus, this positive assessment of Eat, Pray, Love comes from a critic who entered the theater blissfully-unaware of the contents of Elizabeth Gilbert's globetrotting memoir.


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MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) -- A hometown company of fledgling filmmakers isn't waiting for big-time movie producers to discover their new company MoeBoog Films, or Muskegon and the advantages film supporters believe this area offers. Muskegon-area men and women with film school backgrounds are relying on each other in taking that first step in pursuit of their "Hollywood" dreams.


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Pregnancy Ends Sexaholic's Promiscuity in Hilarious "Who's the Daddy?" Comedy

Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung star in 'The People I've Slept With', a sexy comedy about 21st Century mating habits. As apt to leave you in stitches as in shock over the ever-evolving state of the human relating

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Lottery Ticket, Piranha, Vampires Suck, The Tillman Story, Modern Love, Soul Kitchen ...

Weekly Movie Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun: Aug 20 openings include Lottery Ticket, Piranha, Vampires Suck, The Switch, Nanny McPhee, Soul Kitchen and the Pat Tillman Story.


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Documentary Revisits Site of Mississippi Lynchings


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Sisters Make Most of Opportunity to Reflect on Relationships in Latest Documentary from Janks Morton


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Kam's Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun


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Bio-Pic Recounts Brash Artist's Meteoric Rise and Untimely Demise


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