DYNAMITE WARRIOR

RATATOUILLE

REMEMBER THE TRANSFORMERS…

TALKING “BILLY THE KID” WITH DIRECTOR JENNIFER VENDITTI

THE BOOTLEG FILES: “DEEP END”

JOEL SIEGEL DIES OF CANCER AT THE AGE OF 63

TIM BUCKLEY: MY FLEETING HOUSE (DVD)

ALL ABOUT UWE…

JUMP!

SYNDROMES AND A CENTURY

DYNAMITE WARRIOR

“Dynamite Warrior” is needlessly convoluted, bogged down with unnecessary back story, flashbacks, double crosses, plot twists – it’s more aggravating than entertaining…

RATATOUILLE

I wish Pixar luck in the inevitable lawsuit they’ll be slapped with when some little girl in Philadelphia tries to pet one of Remy’s “cousins” in an alley behind Geno’s…

REMEMBER THE TRANSFORMERS…

Hell, this July you may be looking at a multi-million dollar monstrosity from Michael Bay involving a former Disney channel actor, a really hot actress with the apt last name of Fox, a rapper, and the star of a bad dramedy, but hell, you’ll at least hear the original Optimus Prime kicking the shit out … Continued

TALKING “BILLY THE KID” WITH DIRECTOR JENNIFER VENDITTI

Critically well-received, Jennifer Venditti’s “Billy the Kid” picked up the Jury Prize for Documentary Feature at the 2007 SXSW Film Festival and continues to screen in festivals around the world. In the midst of the festival circuit, Jennifer took some time to talk to Film Threat’s Mark Bell about her documentary, Billy and intention vs. interpretations…

THE BOOTLEG FILES: “DEEP END”

Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of classic and kooky flicks that can only be found on bootlegged videos and DVD. This week, Phil goes swimming in the wrong pool.

JOEL SIEGEL DIES OF CANCER AT THE AGE OF 63

Being an entertainment journalist has never been more dangerous, as “Good Morning America” entertainment critic Joel Siegel has died of cancer. Siegel’s death comes just one week after E! Online lost critic Andy Jones and that death came on the heels of the passing of SuicideGirls’ Daniel Robert Epstein. Read the full story at ABC … Continued

TIM BUCKLEY: MY FLEETING HOUSE (DVD)

Where his career could have progressed is anyone’s guess, and the video performances would suggest he was capable of triumph in any musical sphere…

ALL ABOUT UWE…

Uwe Boll is no doubt one of the most infamous filmmakers of our generation. The minute someone watches 47 seconds of any film he’s made, they automatically want to hunt him down and destroy him. He’s so bad that it seems people forgot about that other video game filmmaker, Paul WS Anderson (Mortal Kombat and … Continued

JUMP!

After seeing the brilliant documentary “Jump!” by Helen Hood Scheer, I am ready to go buy a damn jump rope right this second and TiVo every single jump rope competition on ESPN…

SYNDROMES AND A CENTURY

While watching this film, a viewer is more likely to be absorbed by the film’s amazingly rich texture, extended time-sense, and it’s nuanced sense of the flavor of ordinary moments, then he will be to look for overt meanings or interpretations…