14 Nov Hussy – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Hussy: Hussy is a 1980 drama directed and written by Matthew Chapman, and starring Helen Miren and John Shea. It is quite a sad story. Miren is amazing as the main character, Beatty, and plays her role as a badly damaged prostitute...

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14 Nov American Virgin – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews American Vigin: "More nipples than you can shake a stick at" This 2009 coming-of-age film is an adorable depiction of how ridiculous a vow of chastity is in American society. Written by Jeff Seeman, directed by Clare Kilner, and starring Jenna Dewan,...

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10 Nov Time (Shi gan) – A Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Time (Shi gan): "Mind-bending Beauty" Time (originally Shi gan) is a 2006 film written and directed by Kim Ki-duk. The premise of the film - a woman surgically altering her entire face for the man she loves - is simple. However, the...

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10 Nov Catch Your Mind – Review

FlixFling reviewer Rebecca Raymer critiques Catch Your Mind: “Suburban Teen Angst” Catch your Mind is a 2008 film written and directed by Swamy Kandan, and starring Patrick Welsh (Bruce) and Megan Beale (Monica). It takes place in an upper to middle class suburb, and features an almost...

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07 Nov Heckler – Review

FlixFling guest reviewer Rebecca Raymer proves that everybody hurts (even comedians) in her review of Jamie Kennedy's Heckler: Comedian Jamie Kennedy went on a mission to confront hecklers and critics, and asks them on camera why they are so gratuitously mean to performers. Heckler (2007) documents...

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07 Nov Charles Manson: Superstar – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Charles Manson: Superstar - a documentary featuring a rare interview with Manson from San Quentin Prison: This 1989 sycophantic portrayal of Charles Manson (written, directed, and narrated by Nikolas Schreck ) attempts to "deprogram" the American people of its media-fed beliefs...

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02 Nov In Memory of My Father – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews In Memory of My Father: In Memory of My Father is a captivating film released in 2005, and directed and written by Christopher Jaymes, who also stars in the movie. Judy Greer, Jeremy Sisto, Matt Keeslar, and Nicholle Tom are only...

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02 Nov Review – Sunny & Share Love You

FlixFling contributing reviewer Rebecca Raymer raves about Sunny & Share Love You: Sunny & Share Love You. Wow. This film, released in 2007, directed by Matthew Buzzell, and written by and starring Michele Mulroney and Micah Schraft, is amazing. "Colorful" does not even come close to describing the...

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31 Oct Film Geek – A Gift of Enlightenment

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews Film Geek: Film Geek (2005) is a movie written and directed by James Westby, and starring Melik Malkasian. Scotty Pelk (Malkasian) is a socially inhibited walking encyclopedia of all things film. His inability to read and interpret social cues combined with...

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31 Oct Fidel – Review: Kind-of A Nice Guy

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews the documentary Fidel: Estela Bravo directs this 2001 documentary of Fidel Castro's life and politics. The film is comprised largely of footage of Castro himself, as well as the opinions and impressions of a variety of noted individuals, such as Harry...

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28 Oct The Symmetry of Love – Review

FlixFling contributor Rebecca Raymer reviews The Symmetry of Love: The Symmetry of Love (2010, written and directed by Aitor Gaizka, and starring Giles Alderson, Catherine Kenyon, Jemma Powell, Matthew Butler, Alix Wilton Regan and Luke de Lacey) is a sweetly complicated montage of love stories. Very...

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28 Sep Dorks and Damsels in Astropia

FlixFling Team Member Jasmine reviews the Icelandic Role-playing Comedy, Astropia. Astropia, also referred to as Dorks and Damsels, is an uplifting Icelandic comedy that will provide good clean fun and laughs for the whole family.  The movie follows the life of Hildur, a beautiful high-profile woman...

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19 Sep Check Out Philly F/M With FlixFling!

At FlixFling, we love movies, music and our hometown, Philadelphia.  That’s why we’re a proud sponsor of this year’s Philly Film & Music Festival! Taking place September 22nd – 25th, Philly F/M returns for a second year at over 15 indoor and outdoor hot spots around...

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14 Sep We’ve Got Monster Mania!

Calling all ghosties and ghoulies, it’s that time of year again!  As the temperatures drop and the leaves begin to turn only one thing comes to mind – Halloween.  With our large selection of instantly streaming indie horror films it only makes sense that we...

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31 Aug Catch The Stay At Home Dad – FREE!

[caption id="attachment_4582" align="alignleft" width="251" caption="Watch this FREE on FlixFling!"][/caption] Ladies and gentleman, welcome to modern parenting.  The days of the female taking on all the child-rearing responsibilities are through and gender equality is the new thing. No more of this "mom stays home with the kids while...

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22 Aug FlixFling coming soon to Boxee

[caption id="attachment_3781" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Boxee"][/caption]       FlixFling your favorite online movie streaming service will be coming soon to Boxee users, the device that finds movies and puts them on your TV will soon make it easier to find your favorite FlixFling titles, More news to come on...

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06 Jun A Serbian Film Prize Pack!

Hey all of you A Serbian Film fans! Fangoria.com is hosting a great contest on their website where you can win A Serbian Film Prize Pack! The pack includes: Three free months’ subscription to FlixFling One free rental of A SERBIAN FILM A SERBIAN FILM poster Go right to Fangoria.com...

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10 May A Serbian Film Review

A review of the most controversial movie of all time, by our staff member, Jason Heffler. Reviewing a film like “A Serbian Film” is difficult, to say the least. The sheer fact that I have to pay close attention to its content is enough for me to give up and quit my job entirely. It’s just horrifying. Srdjan Todorovic stars as Milos, a retired porn star. However, he didn’t leave the business mired in mediocrity. He left his mark on the industry, bowing out as one of the most legendary porn stars in the world. After calling it quits, he married a beautiful woman and had a son, living a humble life and struggling to keep him and his family financially afloat. After meeting with a former coworker, Milos is baited back into the pornography industry by a director named Vukmir (Sergej Trifunovic). Vukmir will not reveal the nature of the project to Milos until he signs the contract, however, but assures him that his family will be financially secure upon completion. Milos then becomes ensnared in the deranged director’s violently disturbing plot to create a high-end “art” porn movie. Just wait until the “newborn porn” scene.
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03 May Our New Site

Here at FlixFling our team had been working hard to bring a new and improved version of FlixFling straight to your screen. Our entirely flash site has both a sleek new design and a plethora of new features to make our site easier for you...

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30 Mar Welcome to the Official FlixFling Blog!

Here you will find all of the up-to-date information and happenings within FlixFling. Anything new and exciting, we will make sure to share it with you first! Make sure you check us out on Twitter and Facebook as well as our Official Site! Thanks for your...

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