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In Review: Star Wars Episode I 3D

By Greg Payne

It has been almost 13 years since Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace debuted in cinemas. A film that got every Star Wars fan psyched before swiftly turning them psycho. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2011: Coppola unveils Twixt

By David Katz

The directorial legend behind the Godfather trilogy and Apocalypse Now (1979), Francis Ford Coppola, dropped in at the San Diego Comic-Con last Saturday to shill his latest venture: a 3D gothic horror with a very unusual screening strategy. Coppola plans to embark on a 30-city US tour alongside composer Dan Deacon, editing and tweaking the film in real-time at each showing to the audience’s liking. Continue reading