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Luke Chueh At The Helford Gallery

Aw look, a cuddly widdle bunny wabbit with a blood-stained knife. And over there, a doe-eyed bear bursting into flames.   Welcome to the world of Luke Chueh, an artist that has left us with warm, fuzzy feelings for the past few years with paintings that aren’t so warm and fuzzy. In fact, they’re all...Read...
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Eatcho’s Website & Threadless T-Shirt!

Eatcho recently sent us an e-mail promoting his new Threadless t-shirt. After some confusion regarding who he was (since his e-mail name was not Eatcho, but “Rilbo Shaggins”), we went to his gorgeously illustrated website, and just had to share its sitemap-driven beauty. But while we’re at it, let’s promote his Threadless tee design, which...Read...
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3:10 to Yuma (2008) Film Review

“3:10 to Yuma,” a remake of the 1957 film of the same name, is the first of a few western themed movies to hit screens this fall. Its premise is simple: Christian Bale, playing downtrodden war veteran turned rancher Dan Evans, volunteers to help escort the devious outlaw Ben Wade, played by Russell Crowe. The...Read...
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The Bothersome Man (2006) Film Review

Norway, 2006, 90 minutes, DigiBeta Norweigan (with English subtitles) The reason the synopsis for The Bothersome Man sounds ambiguous is because the film is. A Norweigan surrealist flick directed by Jens Lien and written by Per Schreiner, The Bothersome Man has won 8 awards at film festivals around the world, as well as been nominated...Read...
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Black Sheep (2006) Film Review

New Zealand, 2006, 87 minutes, 35mm English There is a new wave of horror spreading across the land, terrorizing and delighting film patrons everywhere. Catering to gorehounds and fans of cult-cinema, these gory-yet-witty movies have begun a movement in mainstream cinema towards a less slasher-centric idea of blockbuster screamfests. Movies like Shawn of the Dead,...Read...
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