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  • Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Review

    Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Review

    Absurd as it is, there's some entertainment to be had in the very concept of a top-down shooter based on the 1992 film that made Quentin Tarantino a famous director. But other than that novelty and some passable robbers-versus-cops gunplay, there's not much to get excited about in Big Star's simplistic adaptation, Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days .

  • Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Released

    Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Released

    Publisher Big Star Games, in partnership with Lionsgate, announces the release of Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days , an action/strategy shooter for Windows based on the Quentin Tarantino film. This is available on Steam , and word is to expect it to come later this year to consoles.

  • Has Reservoir Dogs aged well?

    Has Reservoir Dogs aged well?

    Evan Puschak looks at Reservoir Dogs 25 years after it was released and analyzes whether the film still holds up. I'm probably not giving anything away by saying his answer is "yes" .

  • Actor Tim Roth isn't Jewish -- family name was Smith

    Actor Tim Roth isn't Jewish -- family name was Smith

    If you were planning on inviting Tim Roth to your next Passover seder we're not saying you should reconsider, but you might be surprised to know that his surname aside, the veteran actor is not Jewish. Many have assumed so - just as the British actor's skill with an American accent has led many to believe he's American.

  • The Best Movies We Saw at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

    The Best Movies We Saw at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

    Another Tribeca Film Festival has come and gone, bringing a new slew of films you should look out for. This year's festival was particularly jam-packed, with some incredible special events, including a 25th anniversary screening of Reservoir Dogs and cast panel, talks with industry legends such as Tom Hanks, Kathryn Bigelow and Dustin Hoffman, VR showcases, the premiere of The Handmaid's Tale , and the literal godfather of all events, an all-day screening of The Godfather and The Godfather II with the cast and director Francis Ford Coppola assembled for a 45th anniversary retrospective panel and reunion to close out the festival.

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  • Stage fright? This 'dog audience' program can help

    Stage fright? This 'dog audience' program can help
    Javier Brosch, photo More Americans are terrified of public speaking than are afraid of earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, blizzards, loneliness, dying, theft, volcanoes, aging, needles, mass shootings, kidnappings and zombies, according to a Chapman University Survey. Around 70% of college students have some fear of public speaking. To help conquer the fears Kogod Center for Business Communications at American University in Washington, DC, gives students the chance to practice speeches and presentations by addressing a friendly...
  • California shifts from scanners to dogs to halt prison contraband

    California shifts from scanners to dogs to halt prison contraband
    Gov. Jerry Brown is asking state clowns lawmakers to dump a three-year, $15.3 million high tech program intended to stop prison smuggling. The program made extensive use of airport-style scanners, metal detectors, surveillance cameras, urine tests and drug-sniffing dogs at 11 of California?s 35 prisons. Although researchers found some improvement ... ?the overall results were mixed and inconclusive,? said the revised budget that Governor Brown sent to lawmakers. The program certainly wasn't worth the millions...
  •  Roasted chicken beer and beef bones beer?

     Roasted chicken beer and beef bones beer?
    Photo Rachel Leathe Bozeman Chronicle ...don't sound good to the human palette, but dogs lap them up, according to Amy Henkle, owner and founder of Happy Dog Beer Co. There?s no alcohol or hops in these ?beers,? rather the liquid is a chicken or beef stock. The glass bottles look just like normal beer, labels and all, but with one big difference: they feature dogs. The names ? Irresistible Pooch Ale and Dubble Dog Dare...
  • Iranian veterinarian could win local election?or he could get 60 lashes

    Iranian veterinarian could win local election?or he could get 60 lashes
    Credit Newsha Tavakolian In today?s Iran it?s hard to predict. Payam Mohebi, Teheran?s star veterinarian, thinks it?s worth the risk of a public lashing to get one seat on the City Council for the animals. His campaign posters feature him with stray dogs. The Koran does not prohibit contact with dogs. However, according to Islamic law dogs are unclean and must be avoided. Today satellite TV and the internet have opened a world where Iranians...
  • ?A match made in heaven?

    ?A match made in heaven?
    Connor Guillet is a nonverbal 6-year-old boy from Florida. He was born addicted to opiates, with a disorder that causes severe developmental delays. Connor was adopted when he was just a few weeks old. From the beginning his mother Brandi knew her son would have an uphill battle. She was searching for the right canine companion for Connor. That?s when the Coastal Boxer Rescue in West Melbourne, Florida asked if she would be interested in...