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Dirk Diggs

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Film obsessive from Kentucky. "Pain is temporary, film is forever!"

The Films of Bruce Lee – 1971 through 1978

Bruce Lee is a mythic figure in Cinema. His posthumous success led to 70s kung fu craze and a whole subgenre of...

The Rental – A Dirk Diggs Movie Review

The Rental is the directorial debut of Dave Franco, who has made a name for himself as an actor over the past...

7500 – A Dirk Diggs Movie Review

The new Amazon Original thriller, 7500, is the feature directorial debut of Patrick Vollrath; a German filmmaker most known for his award...

Joe Begos: Modern Indie Horror Auteur

Fans of low budget genre films have probably already heard the name Joe Begos, but if they haven't, they need to dive...

The Lovebirds – A Dirk Diggs Movie Review

The Lovebirds released on Netflix over this past weekend. It joins the plethora of movies skipping out on their original and potential...

Crazy World: Wakaliwood’s New Action Cult Classic

Many film festivals had to cancel or postpone this year due to Covid-19, so some decided to band together to create an...

Gamera: Discount Godzilla or Forgotten Kaiju Hero?

For fans of the kaiju genre, Gamera is more than just a discount Godzilla. This giant, flying, fire-breathing turtle is a force...

Tenet: 2020s Last Summer Movie?

A new trailer for Christopher Nolan’s much anticipated film, Tenet, recently dropped (on Fortnite of all places). Nolan fan boys tend to...

Best Keanu Reeves Movies in One Place

Keanu Reeves is an actor you either love or hate, but he seems like a genuinely good guy behind the scenes. He's...

Capone – A Dirk Diggs Movie Review

Josh Trank’s return to Cinema is an intriguing misfire. The media frenzy surrounding the production issues and inevitable failure of his previous...

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Interview with Scott Moore, Emmy Award-Nominated Producer

Scott Moore began his career as a production assistant and in a short number of years he has now been nominated for...

5 Cool Video Games with Female Leads

Women have long been overlooked in technological niches, especially the videogame sector. These video games with female leads have come together to...

The Golden Girls Were Way Ahead of Their Time

On September 14, 1985, a show featuring four older women living together in Miami premiered on NBC. The first episode was seen...

Reservoir Dogs just might be Quentin Tarantino best film

It's not often that a filmmakers best film is also there first but this case might actually...

The Films of Bruce Lee – 1971 through 1978

Bruce Lee is a mythic figure in Cinema. His posthumous success led to 70s kung fu craze and a whole subgenre of...
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