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For your consideration — our favorite movies from the last few years:

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Review: ‘Primeval’ May Be The Best Monster-of-the-Week Show Since ‘The X-Files’


Primeval is a fantastic British TV series filled with all manner of time-traveling creatures from the past and future as well as one extremely cute chick who loves snakes… Season three begins on BBC America this weekend!

Shelved! Why ‘Killshot’ Deserved Better


Shelved! will be a very infrequent feature here at FSR where we briefly examine possible reasons as to why the film was buried then review the movie to see if it was shelved with good cause or if it deserves a space on your shelf. This week… Killshot starring Mickey Rourke!

Foreign Objects: The Class (France)


I was known as one of The Tardy Boys in school due to my penchant for wandering the halls solving mysteries in lieu of getting to class on-time. I was late to class a lot. That’s relevant because this week’s movie is called The Class. And it’s also running a day late.

DVD’s I Bought This Week: May 12th


TV shows dominate the DVD column this week along with a pissed off Irishman, an eerie Ann Hathaway, unnecessary sequels, and a Norwegian parody of a Tarantino film!

Foreign Objects: Vinyan (France)


When someone dies a horrible death, their spirit becomes confused and angry. It becomes…Vinyan. Perhaps coincidentally, the same thing happens to viewers of this film…

DVD’s I Bought This Week: May 5th


Only one paltry release worth buying this week, but it’s an award winner! And for those of you not interested in a Forrest Gump redux we have plenty of rentals to keep you busy…

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Review: ‘The Limits Of Control’ Is A Ponderous Fart In The Wind*


To paraphrase my third favorite dead playwright, The Limits Of Control is a tale told by an idiot, full of pubic mound and Murray, signifying nothing.

Foreign Objects: Mum & Dad (UK)


The British are coming! The British are coming! Into a hacked-off chunk of human flesh… in this not-so delightful British romp about immigrant workers, insanity, airplanes, rape, cannibalism, murder, torture, and other family values.

DVD’s I Bought This Week: April 28th


This week… Bride Wars, The Hit, Hotel For Dogs, In The Realm Of The Senses, JCVD, Martyrs, Nothing But The Truth, One Eyed Monster, Satanic Sluts III, The Uninvited, and While She Was Out!