Month: April 2002

Mean Streets & Bandits DVDs Reviewed

Another two reviews from Axel H have been turned in. This time he has a look at Bandits: SE “A mediocre film that is shoved into greatness by two of the best actors…” – Axel H and Mean Streets “A film school staple is a film school staple, and there’s a reason for that. If you haven’t…” – Axel H Check them out.

King is King! – Again

I’m sure it’s a shock for some of you to see that The Scorpion King was box office champ again this weekend, this time nearly doubling its closest competitor. Changing Lanes remained in the second spot while newcomer Life or Something Like It opened in third. The latest installment in the Jason series, Jason X, opened in fourth. Murder by Numbers fell 2 spots to claim fifth. Check out how the rest...[Read More]


Del Toro… Coens… MTV Movie Awards…

L.A. Confidential – An Indepth Look

Axel H has turned in another one of his indepth DVD reviews. This time he took a look at L.A. Confidential starring such big names as Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, and Kim Basinger. “This is one of the best DVD’s I have purchased and well worth the money.” – Axel H

PC-to-TV Unit Reviewed

AiTech Inc. has sent us a neat little unit to review. It’s called the MaxView Cinema Kit. It comes with a bunch of stuff that allows you to watch DVD on your TV using your DVD-ROM. Check it out the 7-page review. It just may be what you’ve been looking for.

Behind Enemy Lines DVD Review

I took a look at the latest action flick from 20th Century Fox to come to DVD, Behind Enemy Lines. This film stars Owen Wilson and the ever popular Gene Hackman. Have a read of what I had to say about it 🙂 “Behind Enemy Lines is a great movie that’s supported well…” – Shane

The Rock is King Over Weekend Box Office

WWF superstar ‘The Rock’ has not only made his way to the top of wrestling as the most electrifying man in sports entertainment but he’s also managed to conquer the box office despite poor reviews. The Scorpion King took in more than triple its nearest challenger with $36.2 million. Changing Lanes drops one spot to take second spot while Murder By Numbers debuts at 3rd. The Rookie took fourth bare...[Read More]


The news that\’s new from the Hi-Rollers in Hollywood!! Casting, Writer and Director attachments! From Variety, Hollywood Reporter, AP/Reuters.

Silent Tigger Reviewed

I sat down a while back and took a look at the Dolph Lundgren film Silent Trigger. Well needless to say I wasn’t impressed. “The movie is terrible and some of the special effects are just…” – Shane


Billy Bob in BAD SANTA! Luke Wilson and Bob Dylan?! HELLDORADO!!!

Changing Lanes Shoulders Others At Box Office

Changing Lanes knocked Foster’s Panic Room from the top this past weekend. The Sweetest Thing debuts at third while Ice Age slips one spot to fourth. And Dennis Quaid’s latest film, The Rookie, rounds out the top five. There was also a tie further down the chart this weekend between National Lampoon’s Van Wilder and Frailty. See how the rest played out.


Here is this weeks production news from Hollywood and beyond…….

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