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UTG SPECIAL FEATURE: Best Live Photos Of 2011

2011 has been an epic year for UTG and there may be no clearer proof than the shots captured by our amazing photography team. We covered more events this year than any year prior and, after hours of review, have …


REASONABLE REMAKES: 2011 – A Retrospective

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate.

You see, we’ve grown

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UTG LIST: Top 10 Music Videos Of 2011

Continuing our celebration of 2011, Under The Gun Review is excited to unveil our picks for the best music videos of the year.

2011 was a damn creative year for the majority of the music industry. While many still clung …

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UTG’s Best Of 2011: Music

2011 is coming to a close and as such, it is time to announce who we think delivered the best entertainment of the year.

This year has been huge, both for entertainment and Under The Gun, so cutting things down …



Film: The Artist
Director: Michel Hazanavicius
Starring: Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo

In a year filled with stunning cinematic achievements, the one film you truly need to see is faithfully rooted in Hollywood’s glorious past. The Artist, a new silent …


REVIEW: Weatherbox – Follow The Rattle Of The Afghan Guitar

Artist: Weatherbox
Album: Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar
Genre: Rock
Label: Youth Conspiracy Records

The intriguingly titled EP Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar is a good, enjoyable release filled with soul-searching and furtive glimpses forward and …


REVIEW: Get Scared – Best Kind Of Mess

Artist: Get Scared
Album: Best Kind Of Mess
Genre: Rock

Allow me to put this out there before I begin – if you really want to give this album a chance, don’t Google the band first. As much as I’d …


MOVIE REVIEW: Midnight In Paris

Night At The Museum brought history to life in a way the masses could embrace as they never had through school or during family trips to the Smithsonian. However, real fans of all things historical were left excited, but also …


IFF BOSTON: Wrap-up/Top films

Almost two weeks ago I attended the opening night of Independent Film Festival Boston 2011 and followed that appearance with a review of the festival’s first film, Being Elmo, which was posted right here on UTG. Following that screening, I …

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