06 Aug Review – American Graffiti

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews American Graffiti I have a problem with coming of age stories. More specifically, coming of age stories that involve the last night of high school and the crazy characters involved.  Knowing that American Graffiti was the mother of all coming...

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06 Aug Review – Across The Bridge

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Across The Bridge Across the Bridge (2005) has the steadfast quality of a student film though it is instead a foreign film by an adult director, Denis Cviticanin. Trying to be socially conscious, as most student films are, it looked...

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06 Aug Review – Number 17

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Number 17 My admiration for Alfred Hitchcock grows each time I see one of his early films. Made in the 1930s in England, they all seem to have small budgets and very limited equipment lists.  And yet, because of his direction,...

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03 Aug Review – The Philadelphia Story

FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews The Philadelphia Story "You, all of you, with your sophisticated ideas!" "(sarcastically)…ain't it awful?" George Cukor's The Philadelphia Story is chalk full of philosophical phenomena surrounding the virtues of relationships on both the personal level and of the societal spectrum. Surrounding these themes of the...

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03 Aug Review – I Spit On Your Grave

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews I Spit On Your Grave I Spit on Your Grave just wants to be hated. It’s like The Human Centipede. Who wants to watch three people cry and scream for a whole movie because they’ve just been sewn anus to mouth?...

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03 Aug Review – Grace

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Grace Grace is a movie that made me feel so proud to be a man and not have to worry about breast-feeding. Just wait till you hear its story. Madeline (Jordan Ladd) is boringly married to Michael (Stephen Park). The two...

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30 Jul Review – Nothing Sacred

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Nothing Sacred After being exposed as a fraud, New York reporter Wallace Cook is on the hunt for a gripping story to put him back on top.  He thinks he finds it in Hazel Flagg, a Vermont woman dying of radium...

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30 Jul Review – The Little Princess

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Little Princess Other than The Bachelor and the Bobby-soxer, this was only second Shirley Temple movie I’ve seen.  Despite my lack of due diligence, I classify The Little Princess as a must-see.  It is about Sara Crewe, a pampered but...

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30 Jul Review – Li’l Abner

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Li'l Abner I’m going to come out and say it. The best part of Li’l Abner was the theme song.  I was not incredibly into the whole podunk thing that was going on with the movie for the most part. However,...

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30 Jul Review – Charade

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Charade Audrey Hepburn was a classy lady of the highest caliber.  However, in Charade she also managed to be funny. Though this is a review of Charade, it may turn into a love letter to Audrey Hepburn. I can’t help it....

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27 Jul Review – Dead Alive

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Dead Alive Before Peter Jackson made big Hollywood epics The Lord of the Rings and King Kong, he made cult classics. Dead Alive, Heavenly Creatures, and The Frighteners were his first movies, and combined they didn’t make more than one billion...

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27 Jul Review – Scream 4

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Scream 4 Scream 4 is epic! That is, if you’re as big a fan of the series as I am. I’ll get the obvious recommendation out of the way and say that if you want to watch Scream 4 then it’s...

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26 Jul Review – Punk In England

FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Punk In England Punk In England doesn't explain much but instead harps on the visceral experience of the live shows rather than feeding us information about the scene. We go through the classic punks to the progressive styles of new-mod and...

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26 Jul Review – Alice Sweet Alice

FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Alice Sweet Alice Alice Sweet Alice works like any other 3 act structured film, but I like to think of it in two parts. The first half feels much like a typical slasher film. There's that b-movie slasher quirkiness around it,...

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23 Jul Review – His Girl Friday

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews His Girl Friday In His Girl Friday, Cary Grant stars as Walter Burns, an ardent newspaperman who is fighting and scheming to get his lead reporter to stay with the paper.  Of course, his motivation is not strictly professional, since his...

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23 Jul Review – Borderline

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Borderline To be honest, the only thing I know Fred MacMurray from is Double Indemnity, and for that reason, I always associate him with gritty film noir.  So when I saw the description for Borderline, I was expecting murder, inner monologues,...

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20 Jul Review – 1st Bite

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews 1st Bite When I saw the title, First Bite, I immediately thought the film was a vampire movie. I soon realized it was not, but was not entirely sure what I was looking at.  I’m not sure I ever really did...

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20 Jul Review – Hatchet

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Hatchet Before I talk about Hatchet let me talk about the Final Destination film series. The reason there have been five movies is because audiences get a kick out of watching people die in creative ways. Death by burning to death...

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20 Jul Review – Apollo 18

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Apollo 18 In the late 60s NASA cancelled the Apollo 18 mission to land on the Moon. Was it because they found out that there were evil aliens living on the planet? I doubt it. I’m pretty sure it was cancelled...

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16 Jul Review – Born to Win

FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Born to Win Ivan Passer, a Czech native director, makes an arrestingly free and honest film in Born To Win. It's a junkie film that plays by all the normal rules of it's genre but because this film was made in...

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13 Jul Review – Royal Wedding

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Royal Wedding Royal Wedding was a delightful surprise.  In it, Fred Astaire and Jane Powell play Tom and Ellen Bowen, a brother and sister dancing duo who sell out shows across the country.  After their show in New York ends, the...

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13 Jul Review – Phantasm

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Phantasm Phantasm (1979) has a few creepy shots and a scary villain, but it’s nowhere near as memorable as some other old horror classics. Every Halloween season the Bravo channel has a special called 100 Scariest Movie Moments, which first aired...

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13 Jul Review – The Evil Dead

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews The Evil Dead The Evil Dead (1981) is on crack. There’s a scene in this movie where a young woman is raped by trees that come alive. Trees?! TREES?! This is a horror movie that was banned in many countries when...

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13 Jul Review – One Week

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews One Week Many people argue that comedy is not a real art form and it does not take the mind of a great artist to write in a comedic sense. Buster Keaton’s work consistently proves that this is simply not true. ...

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13 Jul Review – Assault of the Party Nerds

FlixFling Contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Assault of the Party Nerds When it came to choosing my next movie to review, it was almost love at first sight.  I saw Assault of the Party Nerds (1989) as a title on the list of movies and my mind...

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09 Jul Review – The Pajama Game

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Pajama Game The Pajama Game takes us into the whimsical and musical world of PJ manufacturing at the Sleeptite Pajama Factory. The film, starring Doris Day and John Raitt, starts as many Doris Day films do -- as a battle of...

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09 Jul Review – Ace High

FlixFling Contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Ace High The second of the Cat Stevens/Hutch Bessy trilogy, Colizzi's Ace High is an exciting and fun ride. Like a Leone spaghetti western, this one by Colizzi works in a wonderfully crafted and lit cinematography.  It compliments the typical cool...

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09 Jul Review – Cul-De-Sac

FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Cul-De-Sac Consisting of quality visuals and a thoughtful pace along with quirky complexities of dysfunctional relationships, Roman Polanski's Cul-De-Sac manages to serve as a bridge between two very different filmic worlds without compromising any amount of cinematic quality from itself. ...

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06 Jul Review – Halloween

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Halloween I think if you were born in the 21st century and you watch John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) then you’ll think it’s stupid and unoriginal. You’ll only think it’s stupid, however, because you weren’t aware that it’s considered to be the...

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06 Jul Review – An American Werewolf In London

FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews An American Werewolf In London John Landis’s An American Werewolf in London (1981) is a strange, strange horror movie. I’m always entertained by it and I think anybody looking for a gory werewolf movie will be too, but I’ve always felt...

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06 Jul Review – His Girl Friday

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews His Girl Friday His Girl Friday (1940) is one of those movies that make me wish I had been born in the 30s and been able to watch all those sort of screwball  comedies with fast-paced talking, beautiful (but not too...

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06 Jul Review – Hebrew Hammer

FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Hebrew Hammer Stereotype jokes have always been one of the things on my top ten list along with a good foot rub and long walks on the beach. Luckily for me, The Hebrew Hammer, a 2003 Jewish Blaxploitation film was chock...

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06 Jul Review – The Man Who Knew Too Much

FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Man Who Knew Too Much In 1934, Alfred Hitchcock made The Man Who Knew Too Much.  In 1956, he remade it, though I have no idea why, as the original is thoroughly captivating.  The film begins at Winter Olympic-type games...

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14 Jun ‘Red Shoe Diaries’ Now on FlixFling!

We're excited to announce our newest channel to FlixFling - 'Red Shoe Diaries.'  Watch the series from the beginning, and follow along as we add a new season each month!   Synopsis: 'Red Shoe Diaries' is an erotic drama series that aired on Showtime from 1992-1997.  There were...

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11 Jun Starz Media Movies Now on FlixFling!

We are proud to announce that Starz Digital Media movies and TV shows are now available on FlixFling!  Starting now and continuing this month, we'll be stocking up our library with these new, premium titles.   Coming to the Starz Channel are: (highlighted titles are available now) The...

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11 May A Serbian Film UNCUT

Click here to watch A Serbian Film UNCUT now on FlixFling Milos, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life with his wife Maria and six-year old son Petar in tumultuous Serbia, trying to make ends meet. A sudden call from his former colleague Layla...

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04 May Demons 2

Click here to watch Demons 2 now on FlixFling A group of tenants and visitors are trapped in a 10-story high-rise apartment building infested with demons who proceed to hunt the dwindling humans down.  Directed by Lamberto Bava (Demons, Macabre, Black Sunday).  Produced by Dario Argento (Once...

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04 May Dead Alive

Click here to watch Dead Alive now on FlixFling Read a Review of this Film Lionel, a Mama's boy has the unwanted honor of having to look after his overbearingly evil mother. He ends up falling in love with a local woman who believes that they're destined...

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19 Apr New on FlixFling: Classic Novels on Film

Some classic new titles to the FlixFling library share a common thread - they all take classic novels and bring them to life on screen.  Read more about these great stories below:     Anna Karenina (1948) Our first example is Julien Duvivier's 1948 version of Leo Tolstoy's...

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13 Apr Cannibal Holocaust

Click here to watch Cannibal Holocaust now on FlixFling An anthropologist heads a rescue party into the South American jungle to find a missing film team making a documentary on cannibal tribes but can only return with their footage, which reveals their crueler intentions. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ-Xp6VC7RQ...

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06 Apr Alice in Wonderland Triple Feature

Lewis Carroll's classic novel gets three very different and unexpected interpretations on FlixFling.  Read more about each film below.       Dallas Bower's 1949 version takes Alice down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass to a stop-motion world of interesting creatures.  Said to be the most...

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16 Mar New Titles from Well Go USA

We're excited to announce four new additions to our great channel from Well Go USA!  Click the titles below to learn more and watch.   1911 Jackie Chan's 100th film - just recently released on DVD. At the beginning of the 20th century, China is in a state...

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16 Mar Yakuza Weapon

Click here to watch Yakuza Weapon now on FlixFling The team who brought you VERSUS have returned with another hard-edged battle royale featuring tough gangsters, deadly women and cybernetic penis implants! Ex-yakuza Shozo Iwaki (Tak Sakaguchi) engages in a titanic battle of revenge against double-crossing Kurawaki,...

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16 Mar War of the Arrows

Click here to watch War of the Arrows now on FlixFling 1623, the 15th year of King Gwanghaegun's reign, King's loyal servant and legendary archer, General Choi Pyong-ryang, is framed for treason and gets executed. His entire household meets the same tragic fate but his young...

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16 Mar Eagle One Media on FlixFling

We're proud to introduce our new channel from Eagle One Media! Eagle One Media specializes in animated comic and horror production and distribution.  We're happy to have five great titles from their collection available on FlixFling - and two more coming soon! Click the titles or pictures...

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12 Mar Philly Films!

FlixFling is proud to call Philadelphia home. The iconic setting of many memorable movies, Philly has played an important role in film history. We want to take this chance to highlight some titles in our collection, ranging from timeless to contemporary, with strong connections to...

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Saint Christopher

08 Mar Saint Christopher

Shot on the streets of Philadelphia, Saint Christopher depicts the constant struggle between good and evil, with religious implications. Charismatic Christopher Doogan has led a troubled life. As he returns home from prison hoping to put the pieces of his life back together and atone...

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13 Feb Captain EO

Click here to watch Captain EO now on FlixFling Captain Eo and his rugged crew set out on a mission to deliver a special gift to a wicked queen who lives on a dark, desolate world. Getting there is half the fun, especially when the good...

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13 Feb The Philadelphia Story

Click here to watch The Philadelphia Story now on FlixFling Read a Review of this Film When a rich woman's ex-husband and a tabloid-type reporter turn up just before her planned remarriage, she begins to learn the truth about herself. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_Y1jRb2-uE...

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13 Feb Notorious

Click here to watch Notorious now on FlixFling A woman is asked to spy on a group of Nazi friends in South America. How far will she have to go to ingratiate herself with them? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES9DgNtz6nk...

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13 Feb Review – Zus & Zo

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews the Academy Award nominated foreign film, Zus & Zo: Zus & Zo, produced by Filmprodukties de Luwte, is a 2001 romantic comedy set in the Netherlands and Portugal. It was written and directed by Paula van der Oest, and stars Sylvia...

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07 Feb The Beatles on FlixFling

On this day in 1964, The Beatles made their first trip to the U.S. to meet hoards of welcoming American fans.  To mark the occasion, we'd like to highlight a few Fab Four documentaries you can find on FlixFling. Click the titles or images below to...

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24 Jan Madonna – Sex Bomb

Click here to watch Madonna - Sex Bomb on FlixFling now! This 'behind the scenes' DVD takes you back to the early days when Madonna first arrived in New York and her subsequent rise to fame. It contains exclusive and previously unseen film footage including in-depth...

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24 Jan Madonna – Do You Think I’m Sexy

Click here to watch Madonna - Do You Think I'm Sexy now on FlixFling! It's a mark of Madonna's enormous success over the past 25 years that she needs no introduction as the extraordinary artist and magnificent icon she has become. Reinventing herself again and again...

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24 Jan Madonna – Performance Review

Click here to watch Madonna - Performance Review now on FlixFling! It' s 25 years since Madonna first came to the attention of the world, and since then she' s barely been off the chart, out of the papers or even come close to dropping off...

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24 Jan Halloween

Click here to watch Halloween now on FlixFling! John Carpenter's classic thriller - A psychotic murderer institutionalized since childhood for the murder of his sister, escapes and stalks a bookish teenage girl (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her friends while his doctor chases him through the streets. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljchb1tsLfs Click...

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24 Jan A Christmas Story

Click here to watch A Christmas Story now on FlixFling! The Christmas cult classic we all know and love - Ralphie has to convince his parents, teachers, and Santa that a Red Ryder BB gun really is the perfect gift for the 1940's. Can't get enough Christmas...

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18 Jan FlixFling at 2012 CES

FlixFling made its Consumer Electronics Show debut last week in Las Vegas. As a semi-finalist in the Mobile Apps Showdown, FlixFling was featured on the Wall of Apps in the Living in Digital Times Tech Zone.  Thank you to everyone who gave us a vote in...

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18 Jan New Channels Coming Soon!

We're excited to announce some new channels coming soon to FlixFling.  Soon, we'll have available some new titles from the following: MTI Home Video is a full service independent motion picture studio that produces and distributes feature films for the domestic marketplace.  Based in Miami, Florida,...

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18 Jan Coming Soon to FlixFling

We're excited to have some great classic titles coming soon to FlixFling! Here's just some of what's on deck (The highlighted movies are live now!  Click the title to watch!): Notorious A Christmas Story All the President's Men Day of the Dead Bedazzled (1967) The Evil Dead Evil Dead 2 American Graffiti Halloween The African Queen The...

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18 Jan Awards & Festival Picks on FlixFling

With awards season in full-swing and some big festivals happening soon, we'd like to take a few minutes to highlight just a few critically acclaimed titles you can find on FlixFling! The 29th annual Sundance Film Festival begins this week.  Here are a few past Sundance...

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16 Jan Review – Little Big Soldier

FlixFling contributor, Rebecca Raymer reviews Little Big Soldier Jackie Chan created, produced, and starred in this "action-adventure-comedy." Little Big Soldier lives up to its designated genre: it has a lot of action, it involves an adventure, and it's funny. Ding Sheng directs the film, originally titled...

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secret societies

21 Dec Secret Societies – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Secret Societies. There have been countless documentaries concerning the subject of secret societies, and this documentary is not particularly distinguishable among them. Written and directed by Philip Gardiner, this film deciphers seemingly everyday symbols, and seeks to explain the origins and...

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21 Dec Ip Man – Review

FlixFling contributing reviewer, Rebecca Raymer critiques Ip Man. A combination of stereotypical Kung Fu films and the grace and beauty of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," (Sony Pictures Classics, 2000), "Ip Man" is a unique film. Directed by Wilson Yip and starring Donnie Yen, "Ip Man" is...

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21 Dec Brother’s Justice – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Brother's Justice "Brother's Justice" is a 2011 Jeung Guns LLC mocumentary featuring a budding star (Dax Shepard) attempting to successfully pitch a bad movie idea to industry executives and producers. His friend, Nate Tuck, is always by his side, continuously jeopardizing...

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14 Dec The Untold Christmas Story – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews The Untold Christmas Story, a documentary retrospective on the holiday favorite, A Christmas Story There are few suburbanites in the United States who cannot, in some way, associate A Christmas Story (1983, Warner Home Video) with their own experiences during the...

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14 Dec Review – Kid Rock: Insomnia Unauthorized

FlixFling guest reviewer, Rebecca Raymer critiques the 2008 documentary, Kid Rock: Insomnia Unauthorized Kid Rock (also known as Bob Ritchie) has a reputation for using his money and power to demoralize women and romanticize the culture of "white trash." This 2008 documentary (from Chrome Dreams) does...

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09 Dec Android App Update!

We've just rolled out a brand new version of our Android App with some great new features to make enjoying FlixFling on Android even better! Here's what's new & improved: - Updated & improved appearance (no lingering icon in status bar)! - Improved streaming performance for 3G users...

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01 Dec Sensored

Click here to watch sensored now Click here to read a review of this film Sci-Fi legend Robert Picardo delivers a chilling performance as a quiet man with a dark secret in this mind-bending psychological thriller. Picardo plays children's book author Wade Mixon whose relentless imagination -...

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30 Nov Fidel

Click here to watch Fidel now Whether dismissed as a relic or revered as a savior, many agree that Fidel Castro is one of the most influential and controversial figures of our time. Rarely are Americans given a chance to see inside the world of this...

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29 Nov Coming (Very) Soon to FlixFling!

We’ve got some great new titles heading your way on FlixFling!  Check ’em out below! Coming Soon from WellGo USA Brother’s Justice Ip Man Ip Man 2 Little Big Soldier Shaolin The King of Fighters Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen The Man From Nowhere Triple Tap The Stool Pigeon Helldriver     Coming Soon from Full...

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23 Nov Review – Dearly Departed: Vol. I

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer critiques the documentary Dearly Departed: "A Morbid Pursuit of Hollywood Trivia" Scott Michaels is a walking machine of facts, dates, names, and circumstances. In Dearly Departed: Vol. I, Michaels leads documentarian Michael Dorsey around Los Angeles to capture on film the physical locations...

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23 Nov The Jena 6 – A Review

FlixFling featured contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews the documentary The Jena 6 Filmed, directed, and produced by Kourass Esmaeli, Richard Rowley, and Jacqueline Soohen, The Jena 6 is a documentary of the circumstances centered in the city of Jena, Louisiana - and in the 21st century -...

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23 Nov Review: Leonard Cohen – Under Review: 1934-1977

FlixFling contributing reviewer Rebecca Raymer reviews the documentary Leonard Cohen - Under Review: 1934-1977 This documentary featuring the enigmatic Canadian writer, philosopher, and performer, Leonard Cohen, is not a nail-biting journey through exciting-land, but neither is Leonard Cohen. The art and beauty and criticisms of Cohen and...

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18 Nov An Exclusive Offer for WXPN Fans!

Hi There, WXPN Fans! First of all, thanks for checking out FlixFling - one of the newest and most flexible ways for you to enjoy movies and TV shows!  FlixFling features a diverse library of over 3,000 movies, concerts and TV shows for you to stream...

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14 Nov Roku Application Users

The fix for the Roku application has been pushed live. All Roku users should be able to link their boxes to their accounts again. If you continue to have trouble try removing the channel through the Channel Store and then adding the channel again to...

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