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New Doc Ock Hits Spider-Man
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Marvel Hires New Publisher
Following such rumors, Marvel today announced that Bill Jemas has been replaced as Publisher. Now read who took his job.
CrossGen's Solus #7
CrossGen thinks you'll love George Pérez's new issue of Solus. And to prove it, here's a five-page preview.
Marvel Searches For She-Hulk
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Scott Kolins reunite for Marvel's Avengers as they search for She-Hulk.
Virtex Returns For Digital Webbing
A comic about a cybernetic cowboy that hunts outlaws riding dinosaurs? Where do we sign up? Read on and find out.
Marvel's Mutants Gains New Penciler
Marvel's New Mutants has a new artist onboard, and we've got a five-page preview. See if he's got the chops.
Image Rocks Out With Shangri-La
Are you ready to rock and roll? Image is, with their upcoming graphic novel Shangri-La. Read the details here.
Marvel Teams Up For A Good Cause
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk team up for charity in a special December one-shot. Read all about it.
Davis' Marquis Returns In December
Guy Davis' sin-slayer is back in The Marquis: Intermezzo, coming from Oni Press. Read all about it.
Marvel Unveils '04 FF Plans
Marvel plans three Fantastic Four series for 2004, and we've got the details and preview art. Check this out.
2F2F DVD Contest
The hit street racing film 2 Fast 2 Furious is driving to DVD players near you. Win a free copy from Slush and Universal.
 










Movie Reviews By Matt Singer

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Kill Bill Vol. 1
Slush reviews the first installment of Quentin Tarantino's kung fu slasher masterpiece, Kill Bill.



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The School of Rock
Jack Black returns in School of Rock, and it's one of the best films of the year. Find out why in our full review.


Anything Else
Slush takes a gander at Woody Allen's new movie, Anything Else, starring Jason Biggs and Christina Ricci.


Bubba Ho-Tep
Geek God Bruce Campbell is back and rocking hard in the new film Bubba Ho-Top. Read our exclusive review of this new cult classic.


Matchstick Men
Nicholas Cage and legendary director Ridley Scott team up for Matchstick Men. Read whether it lives up to the hype.


Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Director Robert Rodriguez is back for Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the finale in his El Mariachi trilogy. Read our full review.


American Splendor
We're big fans of Harvey Pekar's American Splendor comics, but does the film do them justice? Find out in our review.


S.W.A.T.
Colin Farrell's back kicking ass as an elite officer in S.W.A.T., co-starring Sammy L. Jackson. Our full review.


American Wedding
The American Pie crew is back, and this time it's formal. Slush reviews the new American Wedding.


Gigli
Gigli may have made Ben Affleck and J-Lo fall in love, but it made us fall to sleep. Read why in our review.


Spellbound
Slush takes a look at Spellbound, a new documentary that takes you inside the dirty world of spelling bees.


28 Days Later
The always-satisfying zombie genre has a friend in Slush, which is why we love 28 Days Later. Read our full review.


Bad Boys II
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reteam as ass-kicking cops in the sequel Bad Boys II. Slush takes a gander.


The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Slush goes Victorian with a review of the film adaptation of Alan Moore's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.


Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Ahnuld is back in his ass-kicking glory with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Get giddy with us in our review.


Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
The ass-kicking babes are back in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Find out whether their adventures are worth your bucks.


The Hulk
Ang Lee's Hulk film adaptation has finally reached theaters, and Slush was first in line. Read our take on the green machine.


The Italian Job
It's cops and robbers as Slush takes a look at the new Mark Wahlberg, Ed Norton flick, The Italian Job.


Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
Slush takes a look at the new comedy, Dumb and Dumberer, and comes away scarred. Read our trama in our full review.


Finding Nemo
We love Pixar films, so we were ecstatic about the release of Finding Nemo. Read whether it met our lofty expectations.


Bruce Almighty
Jim Carrey returns to his comedic roots in Bruce Almighty, but will playing God play with audiences? Read and find out.


Identity
Slush takes a gander at John Cusack's latest flick, Identity, and we like what we see. Read why in our full review.


The Matrix Reloaded
We're down with the new Matrix film, and it's down with us. Get plugged into reality with our full review.


X2: X-Men United
Yes, it's as good as you've heard. Now hear us elaborate in Slush's full review of X2: X-Men United.


A Mighty Wind
The boys from This Is Spinal Tap are back, but this time the musical target is folk. Read our full review.


Bulletproof Monk
The new movie Bulletproof Monk was adapted from a comic, but is that where it should have stayed? Find out in our review.


Bend it Like Beckham
Can a British film about an Indian soccer player find an American audience? Read our review of Bend it Like Beckham and find out.


Anger Management
Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson team up in Anger Management, but is it the fans who get angry? Find out in our review.


Head of State
Chris Rock becoming president? Stranger things have happened. Slush reviews his new film, Head of State.


Phone Booth
Slush reviews the Joel Schumacher sniper flick, Phone Booth, starring Colin Farrell.


Spirited Away
Spirited Away nabbed the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Now find out why as we review the acclaimed film.


Spider
Slush reviews David Cronenberg's latest film, Spider, starring Ralph Fiennes. Mental patients? We're in!


The Hunted
Slush takes a look at the Tommy Lee Jones, Benicio Del Toro chase flick, The Hunted. Rambo anyone?


Cradle 2 The Grave
In the mood for karate action? Us too. Slush reviews Cradle 2 The Grave, starring Jet Li and DMX.


The Pianist
Slush reviews Roman Polanski’s Best Picture Oscar contender, The Pianist, set in the Holocaust.


Old School
The man behind Road Trip is back with the new comedy Old School. Our full review inside.


The Hours
Slush reviews The Hours, a Best Picture nominee starring Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, and Meryl Streep.


Daredevil
It's finally here. Slush takes a look at the feature film adaptation of Marvel's Daredevil.


Shanghai Knights
It's high noon as Slush reviews the Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson action/western flick, Shanghai Knights.


Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Slush checked out George Clooney's directorial debut in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Read what we thought.


The Recruit
Slush takes a look at the new Colin Farrell, Al Pacino film, The Recruit. Find out if we liked it.


Kangaroo Jack
Our film correspondent braved hell and high water to bring you his review of Kangaroo Jack. Brace yourself.


25th Hour
Slush counts down the numbers with an in-depth look at Spike Lee 25th Hour, starring Ed Norton.


Narc
Is Narc one of the greatest police films ever? Read our review and find out whether Liotta's latest is worth your cash.


Gangs of New York
Slush takes a look at Scorcese's Gangs of New York, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis.


Chicago
Slush goes Midwest with a look at the new Renee Zellwegger/Catherine Zeta-Jones musical, Chicago. Read on.


Antwone Fisher
Denzel Washington finally succumbed to the directing bug, and we're got a review of his debut film, Antwone Fisher.


About Schmidt
Jack Nicholson, aka Coolest Guy On Earth, is back on the silver screen in About Schmidt. Read what we think of it.


Catch Me If You Can
Our boy Leo is off and running in Steven Spielberg's latest flick, Catch Me If You Can. Now read our review.


Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
It's finally arrived. Now read what we think of Peter Jackson's latest epic, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.


Adaptation
Nicolas Cage's new film is incredible. Now find out as we review Adaptation, the film that makes you think.


Extreme Ops
Want to see dedication? Our reviewer risked his own emotional well being to bring you a review of Extreme Ops.


Solaris
Slush reviews George Clooney's new sci-fi flick, Solaris. Discover why its slightly off-kilter presentation has audiences wondering.


Die Another Day
Slush hits the spy road and takes a look at the new Bond film, Die Another Day. Can it compete with flicks like XXX? Find out.


 

 



 
Sword of Dracula
Slush launches our Halloween countdown with the first in a series of spooky reviews. First up? New series, Sword of Dracula.
John Byrne's IMO
This week John points out that fans cannot read the minds of creators, although you wouldn't know that by listening to some of them.
The Dead Zone
Flesh-eating zombies battle the last remaining police officer in Image's new series, The Walking Dead. We review the first issue.
Steve Niles Interview
Slush interviews Steve Niles, the acclaimed writer of 30 Days of Night, who tells us about the relaunch of Fused.
A Spidery Preview
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Kill Bill Review
Slush reviews the first installment of Quentin Tarantino's kung fu slasher masterpiece, Kill Bill.
Viper Interview
Slush takes a look at new publisher Viper Comics, and interviews the guys behind two of its hottest books.
Peanuts Collected
Cartoon fans rejoice. Fantagraphics is reprinting the entire collection of Charles Schulz' Peanuts. Read on for details.


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