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What is Video Editing?

Video editing used to be so simple. Years ago, you could easily describe video editing as taking a piece of film, splicing it into pieces, trimming it, rearranging and joining it back together again. 510 more words


Hot Fuzz -- review

Screenplay  by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg.

Hot Fuzz is a nice change from the kind of action trends apparent in the Hollywood motion picture industry. 613 more words

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DVD Review: Zombie Resurrection (2013)

From writing/directing team Andy Phelps & Jake Hawkins comes the British zombie thriller/comedy Zombie Resurrection. Interestingly; this was originally written as a screenplay to sell; but with lack of interest the writers chose to take the project on themselves. 245 more words


Joss Whedon Blames Edgar Wright for No 'Ant-Man' in 'Avengers 2'

One of the controversies surrounding ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is the decision to have Tony Stark create Ultron, and not Hank Pym like in the comics. 350 more words


YA Corner: Grasshopper Jungle

By Jason Seligson

Andrew Smith’s Grasshopper Jungle is a story unlike anything I’ve ever read, and totally impossible to categorize. I know I enjoyed it a great deal, but I’ve struggled to come up with an explanation or a pitch that could describe what exactly it’s about. 685 more words


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) review

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’s destiny as a cult classic was immediately apparent to the few who saw it in theaters. It is a film like few others, an amalgamation of post-modernist narrative and experimental editing techniques that perfectly captures the aesthetic of its source material. 440 more words