Monthly Archives: March 2016

Stupid F**king Bird – Theatre Review: Stray Cat Theatre, Phoenix

It’s a provocative though admittedly funny title, and according to playwright/director Aaron Posner it’s what came first.  Once the intentionally vulgar designation was assigned – and he and others continued to laugh at its absurdity – then came the play. Built on the bones of Chekhov’s The Seagull and updated to a present day setting, […]

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10 Cloverfield Lane – Film Review

The behind-the-scenes shenanigans of developing and the making of the new science-fiction thriller with the heart of a drama, 10 Cloverfield Lane, are as interesting as the film itself.  Here’s a brief wrap. In 2010, Paramount began a new, smaller division of its studio called Insurge Pictures.  It would produce films only with micro-budgets.  A […]

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London Has Fallen – Film Review

When portrayed by Hollywood, the great city of London has certainly suffered its fair share of bruises. V for Vendetta finished what Guy Fawkes started over four hundred years ago; it blew up the Houses of Parliament.  In Edge of Tomorrow, some nasty looking creature with tentacles and lots of pointy things rose from the […]

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