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Direct Contact

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Direct Contact
Dolph Lundgren might not be as famous as Stallone or Schwarzenegger, but heís still got enough credibility and killed enough people on-screen to be considered one of the great action heroes. Unfortunately, like many of the great action heroes, heís stuck with DVDs now and hasnít been seen in cinema for years.

Direct Contact

Live Free or Die

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Live Free or Die
Its not the crime, its the cover-up. In small-town, hard-scrabble New Hampshire, foul-mouthed all-talk slacker John Rugged Rudgate fancies himself a criminal. When a local plumber stares him down at a pub, Rugged vows revenge, pouring brake fluid in the mans water supply. When the man dies from unrelated causes, Rugged and his side-kick, the even dimmer Jeff, try to cover up what they think is murder. One bad decision begets another.

Live Free or Die

Go Get Some Rosemary aka Daddy Longlegs

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Go Get Some Rosemary aka Daddy Longlegs
After months of being alone, sad, busy, sidetracked, free, lofty, late and away from his kids, Lenny, 34 with graying frazzled hair, picks his kids up from school. Every year he spends a couple of weeks with his sons Sage, 9, and Frey, 7. Lenny juggles his kids and everything else all within a midtown studio apartment in New York City. He ultimately faces the choice of being their father or their friend all with the idea that these two weeks must last 6 months. In these two weeks, a trip upstate, visitors from strange lands, a mother, a girlfriend, magic blankets, and complete lawlessness seem to take over their lives. The film is a swan song to excuses and responsibilities to fatherhood and self-created experiences, and to what its like to be truly torn between being a child and being an adult.

Go Get Some Rosemary aka Daddy Longlegs

It's a Free World..

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It's a Free World..
Angie (Kierston Wareing), a young woman frustrated after being fired from her thirtieth dead-end job, decides to set up a recruitment agency of her own, running it from her kitchen with her friend and flatmate Rose (Juliet Ellis). Angie is able to build a successful business, while also dealing with a neglected son who gets in trouble at school and parents who disapprove of her venture. She also has to keep reassuring Rose that they will become legitimate once the business is on a firm financial footing - they do not have a licence, but Angie at least insists on only hiring workers with papers, not illegal immigrants.

It's a Free World..

Skinwalkers

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Skinwalkers
No subset of the horror genre has created a higher percentage of dogs than the werewolf movie. Since The Wolf Man reached screens in 1941, it has become possible to count the number of good films about lycanthropy on the fingers of one hand. The problem with most werewolf movies isn't that they're derivative - that's pretty much a given when one considers the inherent limitations - but that they're badly written, badly acted, or just plain silly. Skinwalkers hits the trifecta: all three apply. It stands alongside this year's other werewolf disaster, Blood and Chocolate, in illustrating why the moon should set on the werewolf movie.

Skinwalkers

The Escort III

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The Escort III
Cant find any description in the net. So ahh... Its some kind of a detective movie with lots of late nineties adult stars and some softcore scenes.

The Escort III

Killer Pad

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Killer Pad
When three friends find a sweet deal on a mansion in Hollywood Hills, they think they have struck party gold. But their dreams of sexy Hollywood ladies are quickly thwarted when they realize their dream pad is also a direct portal to Hell.

Killer Pad

Max Manus: Man of War

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Max Manus: Man of War
An explosive, adrenaline pumping thrill-ride from start to finish, this is the incredible true story of Max Manus - leader of the irrepressible Oslo Gang, whose urban guerrilla war against occupying Nazi Germany helped free their country and establish Max as a living legend. Stunning visual effects combine with an engrossing, absorbing and uniquely moving storyline that will leave you in no doubt that this is one of the greatest war movies of all time.

Max Manus: Man of War

LD 50 Lethal Dose

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LD 50 Lethal Dose
Re-formed by a coded message to their web site, a group of animal rights activists set off to free an imprisoned colleague from a terrifying ordeal. Their rescue mission leads them to a disused lab, but what should have been a simple raid turns into a series of twisted and mind bending incidents where the free and the caged switch places, in this tormented psychological horror.

LD 50 Lethal Dose

The Shouting Men

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The Shouting Men
Lowly Gillingham Football Club are drawn against Premiership giants Newcastle United in the quarter finals of the FA Cup. A small group of Gills fans decide to make the most of their game of a lifetime by turning the journey north into a weekend away. On the eve of departure one of the group receives a visit from Terry, a man with no legs in a wheelchair, claiming he can get them a free minibus and free diesel. In return, all they have to do is take him with them!

The Shouting Men

Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story

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Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story
Colour Me Kubrick begins with a direct homage to A Clockwork Orange with the after-effects of one of Alan Conway's (Malkovich) minor cons: two thugs are sent to collect a bar bill that Conway has generated by impersonating Kubrick. Conway has provided the address of an elderly couple as Kubrick's home address. Conway is nowhere to be seen, and the thugs are arrested by the police for causing a ruckus outside the house.

Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Vince and Shonda have come to the proverbial end of their ropes with one another. Set in Atlanta during the 2008 Presidential Election season, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do is the touching story of what happens when two people feel they have nothing more to give to a relationship. A funny and intimate look at how people fall in love and what it takes to stay there, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do touches on the reality of the outside forces that can make or break a relationship. They say the truth will set you free, but when Shonda and Vince are armed with the truth, will they use it to set themselves free for once and for all?

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Murder Loves Killers Too

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Murder Loves Killers Too
Big Stevie has a sexual problem. Murder is how he has sex. And Big Stevie knows that there is no better way for a repressed killer to blow off steam than killing a bunch of care-free free-spirited teens. After her friends are all chopped, carved, and slashed, sweet young Aggie is left alone to face off against this unreasonable psycho. Now shes got a pervert on her hands. A big one. And Big Stevies problem could become Aggies problem real fast.

Murder Loves Killers Too

Wrong Turn at Tahoe

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Wrong Turn at Tahoe
Wrong Turn at Tahoe is a fairly dull action film swayed in all directions by the winds of expectation. The movie stars Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding, Jr., once a marquee name but long since relegated to Blockbuster premieres in action movies (for whatever reason), and it's a direct-to-video release, a factor that causes people's hopes to dry up extra quickly. Anyone who reads my reviews frequently will probably have noticed that I'm a lenient guy. First and foremost, I watch movies to be entertained, and my willingness to be entertained is pretty high; I've seen hundreds of movies that weren't very good, but managed to squeak by thanks to one or two elements that I enjoyed even while everything else around it falls as flat as a board. For better or worse, I am also strongly swayed by the expectations that I bring to the movie, and watching Wrong Turn at Tahoe, I began to wonder: what do viewers actually expect out of a direct-to-video film?

Wrong Turn at Tahoe

$5 a Day

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$5 a Day
One of the great joys of reviewing movies for ComicMix is being offered little gems Iíve never heard of, the movies that come and go too quickly to gain much attention. For example, take $5 a Day, which sports a solid cast led by Christopher Walken Ė right there, you want to see this, right? Walken rarely repeats himself and is always fun to watch on screen. Heís backed by Alessandro Nivola, Peter Coyote, Amanda Peet, and Sharon Stone so itís a good crew.

$5 a Day