SXSW Film: War on Everyone Interviews

'War on Everyone' spins the buddy cop genre on its head in this wildly hilarious dark comedy. Two corrupt cops in New Mexico set out to blackmail and frame criminals, but things escalate and get crazily out of control. Lost in Reviews staffer Bethany caught the "War on Everyone" premiere at SXSW and had a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: What Maisie Knew

There are plenty of films out there that deal with relationships breaking up and divorces, but there are not many that get told from a child’s perspective or at least what she witnesses.  What Maisie Knew is a film about the turmoil of not having one dependable person in a child’s life to take care... Continue Reading →

Lost in Previews: The East

The East just had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and it is time to share the excellent trailer for it.  The East group portrayed in the trailer seems like a cross between Anonymous and the Earth Liberation Front (ELF).  They are looking to take down some corporations that are not doing great things... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Battleship

Yet another pointless entry in the massively stupid, totally bottom of the barrel idea generator that Hollywood is currently using, of basing movies off of old children's toys and games, comes Peter Berg's Battleship. This time based off of the popular Hasbo board game "Operation". JK! But seriously, when I was a kid I don't... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Straw Dogs

Straw Dogs is another version of the 1971 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Susan George.  People are referring to the 2011 version as a remake, but both films are based on the novel The Siege of Trencher’s Farm by Gordon M. Williams.  I would not call the current film a remake as much as another... Continue Reading →

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