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Reverential Retrospective Chronicles Career of Flamboyant Iranian Artist

Fifi Howls from Happiness Film Review by Kam Williams Bahman Mohassess (1931-2010) had the misfortune of being born gay in a country hostile to homosexuality. Nevertheless, the flamboyant iconoclast...

Chadwick Channels James Brown in Nostalgic Jukebox Musical

Get on Up Film Review by Kam Williams Just last year, Chadwick Boseman successfully channeled the spirit of Jackie Robinson in 42, a powerful biopic about the Hall of Fame great who made history when...

Tornado Wreaks Havoc on Tiny Oklahoma Town in Thrill-a-Minute Disaster Flick

Into the Storm Film Review by Kam Williams The skies are deceptively serene over Silverton, Oklahoma, offering no reminder of the fact that four people recently perished in a deadly tornado that...

Marlon Wayans Shock Horror Spoof Arrives on DVD

A Haunted House 2 DVD Review by Kam Williams A Haunted House, an irreverent spoof of Paranormal Activity, co-starred Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins as Malcolm and Kisha, a couple whose home was...

Kam’s Kapsules: For movies opening August 15, 2014

Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams BIG BUDGET FILMS  The Expendables 3 (PG-13 for profanity and violence) Third installment in the high-impact franchise finds the guys...

Rust Belt “New Normal” Chronicled in Diminished Dreams Documentary

Rich Hill Film Review by Kam Williams Rich Hill, Missouri is a ghost town on hard times. Located about seventy miles south of Kansas City, the population of this once-thriving mining metropolis has...

Selena Gomez and Star-Studded Cast Can’t Save Raunchy Teensploit

Behaving Badly Film Review by Kam Williams Rick Stevens (Nat Wolff) is a socially-awkward virgin experiencing pangs of sexual awakenings. That explains why he is trying to summon up the courage to...