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Kam Williams is a popular and top NewsBlaze reviewer, who gives his unvarnished opinion on movies, DVDs and books, plus many in-depth and revealing celebrity interviews.

Hit Flicks Get Spoofed in Parody of Blockbuster Genre

Epic Movie, a sophomoric spoof of the Hollywood blockbuster, relies on the familiar formula already employed by Scary Movie and Date Movie.

DVD Features Asian-American Adolescent Coming-of-Age Adventure

Ernest (Jeffrey Chyau) is a typical 13 year-old with raging hormones. But despite the onset of puberty, it doesn't look like he's about to find a girlfriend anytime soon.

Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun, January...

Choose a movie to watch based on a summary of these movies opening January 26, 2007

Voyeuristic Pervert Stalks Stranger in Taut Psychological Thriller

A plausible, if relentlessly-disturbing, cautionary tale about how easy it might be for a deranged maniac to worm his way into your good graces.

The Freedom Writers Diary: Book Review

First published in 1999, the recently re-released The Freedom Writers Diary was the result of high school teacher Erin Gruwell's efforts to inspire her special-ed students to overcome obstacles...

Dreamgirls Lands a Trio of Golden Globes: Black Film Critics Vindicated

Dreamgirls emerged the big winner at the 64th Annual Golden Globes, landing awards in the Best Picture (Musical or Comedy), Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress categories.

Verdict on Auschwitz: Movie Review

Between 1963 and 1965, a score of ex-Nazis were put on trial in Frankfurt for participating in the systematic slaughter of six million Jews at Auschwitz.

The 10 Best, No the 100 Best Films of 2006

Since I don't see myself as serving as a marketing arm of the entertainment conglomerates, I acknowledge 100 films, including independents, documentaries, and foreign language offerings

Book Review: Paying for College without Going Broke 2007 Edition

Getting into college is one thing, being able to pay for it is quite another. The average annual cost of tuition and fees at a private university is currently over $30,000.

Tears of the Black Tiger (Fah Talai Jone): Movie Review

Anybody wondering whether Brokeback Mountain might have signaled the demise of the spaghetti Western need only check out Tears of the Black Tiger to see that the genre is alive.