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Robin Williams R.I.P.

Robin Williams R.I.P.

This is such terrible news. I grew up watching Robin Williams as Popeye over and over again, and also as Mork on Mork & Mindy. Later in Toys and in Hook. The list goes on, and his stand-up was always a hoot. Thank you, Robin Williams, for being part of my childhood and beyond. You […]

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Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Fun Fact: Fun fact: Bedknobs and Broomsticks is what first got me interested in the occult. I thought if I could make contact with Astaroth, I’d be able to play games with cartoon animals on a tropical island. Instructions on speaking with Astaroth, Lucifer, Beelzebuth, and others can be found here: http://khpbooks.com/grand-grimoire/

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Your Favorite Super Hero Movies with a Twist

Your Favorite Super Hero Movies with a Twist

These days super hero action movies, whether they be originals, sequels or remakes, are filling up our movie screens. They’re raking in millions on opening weekend, inspiring Halloween costumes every year and serving as every kid’s role model. They’re entertaining, snarky and have just enough sex appeal to still be family-friendly, but also hot enough […]

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Scenes that Stayed by Brian Fatah Steele (Guest Blog)

Scenes that Stayed by Brian Fatah Steele (Guest Blog)

Before I found my calling as a writer, I was a visual artist. In fact, I initially went to school for Fine Arts at Kent State University back in the mid-1990’s. However, part of the reason I never finished with an art degree was because the professors didn’t care for my oft-preferred subject matter. I […]

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Bridge to Terabithia thoughts

I never did watch the film for Bridge to Terabithia that was released about six years ago. My reason was because of the trailer making it appear full of CGI creatures and the book was nothing like that. Here is the trailer so you see what I mean: Well, it was refreshing to read through […]

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Oblivion – quick non-spoiler and spoiler review

Non-Spoiler Review: We just watched the Tom Cruise/Morgan Freeman film, Oblivion, and we enjoyed it. Its dry moments dragged but had enough fine acting to keep our interest, and the action sequences were fantastic, though scattered and short. All in all, it was an entertaining film and every bit as “visually stunning” as the ads […]

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10 to Midnight

Wow this movie brings back memories. Here’s the trailer: Ol’ Charlie Bronson on the hunt for a serial killer who strips down to nothing and chases after women that won’t give him the time of day. What’s wild, though, is it was released in theaters March of 1983… and my dad took me to see […]

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Total Recall (minor spoilers)

I finally got around to watching the latest Total Recall movie, and I loved it! I’d heard the moaning and groaning about the movie prior to watching it, and it’s one of the reasons I took my time. I’ve really got to stop letting that stuff get to me! This film was one wild ride! […]

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Jurassic Park: Fun Observation

Jurassic Park: Fun Observation

I saw Jurassic Park when it was first released in theaters and it blew me away. I bought it the first day it was released on VHS and watched it daily for a long time. Then I watched it repeatedly when it was on DVD, and I still need to get the blu ray soon. […]

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Happy St. Patty’s Day!

Happy St. Patty’s Day!

What are you doing for the holiday? Me, I’m debating on a Leprechaun marathon, or maybe Darby O’Gill and the Little People. Sean Connery was great, as always, in that movie, but the old man took the show. I love the uncut version, personally. It has the rare scene where Darby gets drunk, like above, […]

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Please considering supporting Gary Kent’s documentary

In the recent past, I’ve pointed out some abusive examples of Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Well, let me show you where these projects can really shine, doing a lot of good for various industries and people. This is the real deal: Gary Kent is one of the kindest gentlemen I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing, […]

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Movie title confusion

Whenever I’m about to mention the film, Zack & Miri Make a Porno, I often have to stop myself from accidentally saying, Romy and Michele Make a Porno. Then I think, Wouldn’t that be awesome?

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First thoughts on Lockout trailer

Okay, so we’re finally getting around to watching the sequel to Ghost Rider and we see this trailer for Lockout: At first, they’re showing the ultimate prison… in space! I’m thinking, They remade Fortress 2? But then it gets into the plot: the prisoners are running amok and the president’s daughter is trapped there. Ah! […]

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Um… Kirk Cameron, fyi on pilgrims

Um… Kirk Cameron, fyi on pilgrims

In a recent interview, Kirk Cameron was pushing his latest movie and stood up for Todd Akin as being a “good man” blah blah, while siding with him that raped women should carry out pregancies (sanctity of life and all that). Don’t get me started. HERE is the link. Anyone who knows me, knows I […]

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New Thomas Jane Punisher film

I love this new fan film that Thomas Jane made, reprising his role as The Punisher, and I really wish they’d bring the uncut version of the 2004 film to blu ray (until then, I have the DVD). But here’s what I don’t get. He didn’t do Punisher: Warzone because he didn’t like the script, […]

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Rubber

Rubber

I’ve never laughed so hard at a tire in my life! I kept seeing this on Netflix and thought it was a documentary or something, until I read the little summary that it was about a tire with super powers, and it rolls around blowing up bunnies ‘n’ shit.   This things is epic. Anyone […]

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Best fan-made trailer ever!

Well, it’s the best that I’ve seen, recently, at least. I hate it when I search for a trailer on YouTube, click on one, and it’s some crappy mix-up by a geek who thinks he/she has editing talents. They’re usually quite painful. But then something like this comes along that tops even what Hollywood is […]

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