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Exclusive Interview: Actor Barry Bostwick

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — Perhaps no other film in history has had the longevity, and certainly the cult classic popularity that “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has amassed since its release in 1975. What initially started out as a dud of a film when it was released, evolved into a midnight release spectacular film […][...]

Some of the Best Comedies of All Time

Comedy movies can cheer you up when you are feeling depressed, and several recent movies rank in the category of some of the best comedy movies of all time. We are going to look at some of those recent movies below. “The Big Sick” This movie, which premiered in 2017, is about two lovebirds from […][...]

2020 Movies You Will Love

While taking a break from your online casinos gaming, you might want to cool off with a few movies. Despite the fear that the movie industry would crumble due the COVID lockdown, there are quite a number of 2020 movies that you will definitely love to watch. And, this article is going to give you […][...]

Review: Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You

— by RON WILKINSON — The Boss is back. Almost 60 years after heading up his high school band, the Castiles, on the Jersey Shore, what stands before you is a rock survivor. As the camera pokes its head into the recording studio to film Bruce and the E-Street Band recording their new album “Letter […][...]

Exclusive Interview with Actor Deep Roy

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — There are some great actors who have started out in comedy and have gone on to have illustrious careers in film. Entertainers such as Steve Martin, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx and the late, great Robin Williams have left indelible marks in film. Actor Deep Roy had his earliest start in […][...]

Review: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

— by RON WILKINSON — Sacha Baron Cohen pulls out all of the stops in this rip roaring political crucifixion of, well, everything. Timed, no doubt, for the eve of the presidential election, Cohen serves notice that things are wrong with the American world view and he is going to make sure we know it. […][...]

Review: Nocturne

— by RON WILKINSON — How far would you go to be the best piano player in the world? In the case of Juliet, it turns out she will go quite a ways, including having sex with a surrogate devil and suffering black eyes out of nowhere. And that is before the spontaneous bleeding from […][...]

Review: Wine and War

— by BEV QUESTAD — I drank my first Lebanese wine, a 1968 Ksara red, in 1970 during the early days of the Lebanese Civil War. I still have the wine labels, pressed and mounted. It was a smooth, hardy wine that was cheaper than beer – maybe $1.50 a bottle. Now, there is a […][...]

Review: The Lie

— by RON WILKINSON — How far would you go to protect your family? Probably not far if your daughter was a jerk like Kayla. But that is not the point. Suspend disbelief for an hour or two and enter the world of Jay and Becca, Kayla’s estranged parents about to be brought back together […][...]

Art-Themed Movies for all Art Lovers

There are a lot of art-themed slots that you can get to play at your favourite big win casino right now. And, if that is not enough, then you can also get to watch art-themed movies as well. Movies have a fun way of representing reality to the world. Therefore, you might also get to […][...]