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“House of Cards: Chapter 6” and “Chapter 7” Review

Witnessing a politician fumble over his own words is usually a comical thing to see on air, but it is no laughing matter when...

“House of Cards: Chapter 4” and “Chapter 5” Review

Netflix has officially released their original series, “House of Cards.” The entire first season is comprised of 13 one-hour episodes and has been available...

Microsoft Surface Pro review

When I first heard about Microsoft’s newest Surface tablets, I remember thinking “Good idea, but just a little too late.” The Surface RT, which...

“The Seventh Victim” by Mary Burton Review SPOILER ALERT

What ignites a serial killer’s white-hot insanity? Is it the simmer of anticipation, bided time and fevered obsession? Mary Burton’s “The Seventh Victim” explores...

“House of Cards: Chapter 1” Review

Netflix has officially released their original series, “House of Cards.” The entire first season is comprised of 13 one-hour episodes and has been available...

“Killing Them Softly” Review

I had very high expectations for director/screenwriter Andrew Dominik’s new film “Killing Them Softly” (based on the 1974 novel “Cogan’s Trade” by George V....

The Winter Sounds “Runner” Review

Potential. It’s what a lot of your favorite indie bands show glimpses of, but never quite realize. This is the gist of The Winter...

“Red Dawn” Review

It’s no secret that the Wolverine battle cry was muffled seemingly indefinitely when MGM Studios took a financial blow, crippling the “Red Dawn” remake’s...

“Hitchcock” Review

Alfred Hitchcock was an iconic film director who transcended his own era of cinema, so it seems only right to make a movie about...

“Lincoln” Review

It’s not often a historical film can make an old political figure seem vibrant and engaging in a modern sense. Though at times hindered...