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The Film Freak Central 2005 Annual By Bill Chambers, E. Elias Rerhige
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The Film Freak Central 2005 Annual compiles reviews of 2004's theatrical releases by the site's own Walter Chaw, Travis Mackenzie Hoover, and Bill Chambers. Content exclusive to the book includes an... More > essay on Matthew Barney's The Cremaster Cycle by Walter Chaw. With foreword by Shadow of the Vampire director E. Elias Merhige.< Less
The Film Freak Central 2005 Annual By Bill Chambers
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FilmFreakCentral.net's first published collection, The Film Freak Central 2005 Annual compiles reviews of 2004's theatrical releases by the site's own Walter Chaw, Travis Mackenzie Hoover, and Bill... More > Chambers. Content exclusive to the book includes an essay on Matthew Barney's The Cremaster Cycle by Walter Chaw. With foreword by Shadow of the Vampire director E. Elias Merhige.< Less
The Film Freak Central: 2007 Annual By Bill Chambers, Walter Chaw
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Now in its tenth year on the web, "Film Freak Central" returns to the world of print to assess the damage from the cinema of 2006: an uneasy melting pot of brutal folk tales, introspective... More > superheroes, and bullet ballets. Featuring a foreword by director/playwright Neil LaBute, "The Film Freak Central 2007 Annual" boasts critiques of over 215 recent releases, along with Top 10 Lists and 30 brand-new reviews that can't be found anywhere else.< Less
The Film Freak Central 2006 Annual By Bill Chambers, Walter Chaw
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In their second volume of film criticism, Walter Chaw, Travis Mackenzie Hoover, Bill Chambers, and Alex Jackson look back on the cinematic year that was, 2005. Featuring exclusive essays, six... More > previously-unpublished reviews, and a foreword by filmmaker Lodge Kerrigan.< Less
The Film Freak Central 2006 Annual By Bill Chambers
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In their second volume of film criticism, Walter Chaw, Travis Mackenzie Hoover, Bill Chambers, and Alex Jackson look back on the cinematic year that was, 2005. Featuring exclusive essays, six... More > previously-unpublished reviews, and a foreword by filmmaker Lodge Kerrigan.< Less
The Film Freak Central 2007 Annual By Bill Chambers
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Now in its tenth year on the web, FILM FREAK CENTRAL returns to the world of print to assess the damage from the cinema of 2006: an uneasy melting pot of brutal folk tales, introspective superheroes,... More > and bullet ballets. Featuring a foreword by director/playwright Neil LaBute, "The Film Freak Central 2007 Annual" boasts critiques of over 215 recent releases, along with Top 10 Lists and 30 brand-new reviews that can't be found anywhere else--all capped off with a special movie-celebratory series from the staff of FilmFreakCentral.net (Bill Chambers, Walter Chaw, Travis Mackenzie Hoover, Alex Jackson, and Ian Pugh) to commemorate a decade of existence as one of the Internet's premier sources for intelligent and in-depth criticism< Less
The Film Freak Central 2009 Superannual By Bill Chambers
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Join the brave, intelligent, and devilishly handsome critics of FILM FREAK CENTRAL (Walter Chaw, Bill Chambers, Ian Pugh, Alex Jackson, Bryant Frazer, and Travis Mackenzie Hoover) as they return to... More > collect their thoughts on the films of 2007 and 2008 in one convenient volume. Tackling chaos, misanthropy, the art of imitating life, and fates decided by a coin toss, The Film Freak Central 2009 Superannual features over 350 reviews from two years at the movies, 64 of them published here for the first time. In these pages you'll also find Top 10 lists and in-depth interviews with actors and filmmakers on the vanguard of the cinematic frontier. It’s bigger, it’s better, and it’s an absolute must-have for anyone who loves films and film criticism.< Less