Lee/Tarantino: The Protector takes on The Imitator?

23 12 2012

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Celebrated director Spike Lee has a history of voicing his opinion regarding his colleague’s project. The latest fellow director under attack from Lee is none other than Quentin Tarantino and his upcoming film, Django Unchained. Read the rest of this entry »

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Trailer Park | The Man With the Iron Fists

2 07 2012

When a group of Hollywood renegades combine with one of hip-hop’s signature producers, the result is one of the BEST trailers of all time and one of the fall’s most anticipated films, The Man With the Iron Fists. Read the rest of this entry »





Trailer Park | Django Unchanged

7 06 2012

Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to create a Black Superhero slave (no disrespect to Fred Williamson) in the highly-anticipated holiday release, Django Unchained!

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FilmGordon Radio | Week in Review

14 05 2010

This week on “Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon,” we spotlighted the life of a sepia superstar, saluted a one-of-a-kind sexy symbol as well as got a peek at an upcoming sci-fi thriller. Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Shorts | Zombieland

2 10 2009

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From start to finish, other than Quentin Tarantino’s ballsy tour-de-force, “Inglorious Basterds,” no film provides as much wall-to-wall enjoyment as the post-apocolyptic comedy, “Zombieland. Featuring eye-popping cinematography, special effects and clever story-telling, who would have guessed that a future that looks this bleak could be so much fun! Read the rest of this entry »





13 Favorite Gangster Movies

3 07 2009

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For over 80 years, Hollywood has had a delicious and decadent fascination with movie mobsters. With the release of Michael Mann latest high octane gangster film, “Public Enemies,” we thought we would spotlight our 13 Favorite Gangster Movies! Read the rest of this entry »





Reel Shorts | Grindhouse

4 04 2007

Outside of Spike Lee, in the past 15 years, no two directors have taken more chances on screen than best friends Robert Rodriquez and Quentin Tarantino. Each has had both commercial and critical success with earlier work, but it seemed to act as a prelude for the cinematic experience of 2007, the exhilarating “Grindhouse.” Read the rest of this entry »