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Trailer Tuesday: Halloween (1978)

For the inaugural Trailer Tuesday of this Blogtober, we bring you the horror classic, Halloween. Released on October 25, 1978, Halloween was one of the first slasher films. Directed by John Carpenter and staring Jamie Lee Curtis in her first lead role. It spawned seven sequels and a 2007 remake. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHuOtLTQ_1I A few fun facts… Continue reading Trailer Tuesday: Halloween (1978)

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Help ‘Do You Take This Man’ Across the Threshold

This campaign was successful! In the film, starring Anthony Rapp and Jonathan Bennett, two men are forced to deal with their many differences on the eve of their wedding day. It is important to note that this film is not about two men getting married. It's about two people getting married, and they both happen to… Continue reading Help ‘Do You Take This Man’ Across the Threshold

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Don’s Plum Makes An Appearance on Netflix

Continuing our efforts to keep you informed of the latest developments from the #FreeDonsPlum movement, we bring you a unexpected revelation. At this very moment, you can watch ~10 seconds of Don's Plum on Netflix. Clips from the film were used within the 2014 documentary Beyond Clueless, which analyses the landscape of teen films by mashing together bits from… Continue reading Don’s Plum Makes An Appearance on Netflix

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Review: Her Story

I first came across Her Story while covering Indieflix's Indie Madness in March 2014. Of the 16 films I reviewed that month, this is the one that has stuck with me. Her Story is one of the most powerfully moving films I have ever seen, it left me nearly speechless. Its power begins in the profound connection between… Continue reading Review: Her Story

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Celebrating Film Pioneer, Oscar Micheaux

In honor of Black History Month, we celebrate Oscar Micheaux and his film, Within Our Gates. The oldest surviving film made by an African American, Within Our Gates was written, produced and directed by Micheaux. This film was released in 1920 in a storm of controversy. Due to the danger they would face by screening this film,… Continue reading Celebrating Film Pioneer, Oscar Micheaux

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V is for 5: Indie Flicks for Your Valentine’s Fix

Whether you have a date with flowers, chocolate and a candlelit dinner or pizza by the glow of your laptop screen, Valentine’s Day is a great day for movies. Here are 5 films for if you’re short on love or just short on time. Foolishly Seeking True Love Written and directed by: Jarrett Lee Conaway Two… Continue reading V is for 5: Indie Flicks for Your Valentine’s Fix