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Flipside Movie Emporium is the first stop for all your cinematic cravings. Here you’ll find weekly movie reviews, exclusive interviews and articles, and more -- covering everything from mainstream Hollywood fare, indie flicks, and B-movies. You can even post your own opinions for everyone to see. Welcome to the Flipside.

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8.11.00 - Kevin Bacon turns into an invisible psychopath in Paul Verhoeven's Hollow Man. Playing in limited release in theaters is the independent film Chuck & Buck, a twisted stalker comedy. And coming to video this Tuesday: The Cider House Rules, Erin Brockovich, and Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.

8.4.00 - Clint Eastwood stars and directs Space Cowboys, which opens in theaters this week. We finally got a review up for Amy Heckerling's teen romantic comedy Loser, starring Jason Biggs and Mena Suvari. Also on the slate this week, a review of Kevin Lindenmuth's micro-budget werewolf flick Rage of the Werewolf. New on video: Jet Li in Romeo Must Die and the teen comedy Whatever it Takes.

7.28.00 - Five new reviews this week, including the new thriller What Lies Beneath, starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer. We also got a long-delayed review of Scary Movie, that naughty spoof of '90s horror films. For those of you who thought the basic premise and mock documentary style of The Blair Witch Project was original, 1979's Cannibal Holocaust just might make you change your mind. Also served up for review: Lucio Fulci's cult classic The Beyond, and Pier Paolo Pasolini's disturbing and controversial Salo: The 120 Days of Sodom. And, just to let you know, The Beach, starring Leo DiCaprio, hit videostores earlier this week.

7.21.00 - Bryan Singer's X-Men is finally here (making quite an impression at the box office, I might add), but is it any good? Check out the review to find out. Also reviewed this week: Evil Ambitions, a 1996 low-budget homage to Kolchak: The Night Stalker with Satanic yuppies and beautiful models being sacrificied to the Price of Darkness. And Roman Polanski's The Ninth Gate, starring Johnny Depp, hit video this week. Satan just might rear his devilish little head in this one, too.

7.14.00 - Sorry, we're rather lite on new reviews this week. We got a review of the indie flick Groove, which is probably the only film to capture the true essence of an all-night rave. It's currently playing in select theaters. Also reviewed: Eric Stanze's experimental, visually stunning, and brutally violent Ice from the Sun. And, lastly, Boiler Room arrived on video this week.

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