Author Archives: David Coen

Film Review: Baghead (2008)


SYNOPSIS: Two screenwriting couples head to a remote cabin in the woods, hoping that the change of scenery will get the creative juices flowing. Amid the solitude, the dynamics of their relationships are revealed as they strive to write their masterworks. Complicating matters though, is the lurking presence of a strange man who wears a bag over his head. Brothers Jay and Mark Duplass wrote and directed this offbeat follow-up to 2005’s The Puffy Chair.. … Continue reading

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Book Review: City of Dust: A Philip Khrome Story – Issue 4


CITY OF DUST: A PHILIP KHROME STORY #4 (COMIC) Written by Steve Niles Art by ZID, GARRIE GASTONNY and BRANDON CHNG Published by Radical Publishing Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 28 pages Price: $2.99 City of Dust: A Philip Khrome Story is set in a dystopian future, a cross between Blade Runner and Fahrenheit 451. Phillip Khrome is a cop who patrols the city on a jetpack. Our introduction to Khrome is basically as … Continue reading

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Film Review: Wrestlemaniac (2006)


SYNOPSIS: Director Alphonse (Adam Huss) makes a big mistake when he decides to shoot his film in a remote Mexican ghost town. Turns out, the town is the lair of the legendary El Mascarado (Rey Misterio Sr.) — a deranged wrestler who begins to kill off cast and crew in bloody death matches. One by one, El Mascarado stalks, captures and attacks his victims, as the remaining members of the group try to find a … Continue reading

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