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Kiss Me Deadly

Every now and again you find a movie that reminds you why you love film. You encounter that rare jewel that rips you back to when you were nine-years-old and slams you down onto the couch in the TV room where your mom just put in some movie you’d never heard of called Raiders of the Lost Arc.   Kiss Me Deadly is an amazing film and it reduced me […]


House on Haunted Hill (Film Review)

Vincent Price is scary. He is. I love him like a weird older uncle but the man is scary. He looks like he’s involved in some sort of high-class child pornography ring. I say that with all the love in my heart, but homie looked like he was up to something 24/7.   Which is probably why he was so amazing in House on Haunted Hill.   The opening scene […]


James Mangold’s Identity (Film Review)

The question that was pounding through my mind the entire time I was watching James Mangold’s Identity was ‘ why did I like this so much when I was 15?’ I really did. I loved it. I thought it was the most brilliantly executed twist ending ever. I loved the characters, the acting, and the plot. I loved it.   In preparation for this review, I rewatched the film. It […]


Kevin Smith’s Chasing Amy (Film Review)

The genius that is Chasing Amy can be summed up with one word. Respect. The film deals with numerous issues that, at the time of release, weren’t exactly hot button but have since gone on to become engrained in the popular culture. Namely, the treatment and depiction of nerds.   Most people who are fans of the notoriously internet savvy writer/director Kevin Smith love him for his approachable, loveable and […]


Batman Year One (FIlm Review)

In college I didn’t pay much attention during class. I sat in the back and drew comics. In just about every class. That is to say, I still got As but I never really worked hard for them. I kind of just coasted through school and focused on the things that were really important to me. Comics.   That’s exactly how Batman: Year One feels, talented people coasting on their […]


Abduction (Film Review)

Let me start by saying, ‘I used to live by a drive-in’. There I said it. They still exist and I used to live by one. And by ‘used to live by one’ I mean I lived by one a year and a half ago. It was awesome. I wish I still lived near one.   And so ends the positive and uplifting segment of this review. The film in […]


Visioneers (Film Review)

Visioneers is a film that makes you laugh in the least expected ways. The film is a cross between Office Space and something Michele Gaundry would direct minus all the stop motion and felt. Actually, strike that this movie has loads of wigs and dream sequences to that’s got to count for double the felt even if there isn’t actually any felt in the film.   The film has numerous […]


The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (Film Review)

The attribute that is most bizarrely incredible about Burt Wonderstone is how literally every other joke is funny. It’s mindboggling the amount of time, dedication, and work the creators of this mediocre comedic romp most have wasted to ensure that ever successful joke is sandwiched in-between poorly articulated clunkers.   For those who don’t know, the film chronicles the staggeringly formulaic adventures of Burt Wonderstone (Steve Carell) and his assistant […]


The Fantastic Four (Film Review)

Fantastic Four   I love the Fantastic Four. I’m sure you do too. Everybody knows Reed, Sue, Ben and Johnny, the intrepid scientist family who venture into outer space only to be mutated by cosmic rays and gifted with powers. Then becoming Mr. Fantastic, The Invisible Woman, The Thing and The Human Torch. Thus, The Fantastic Four.   Growing up in comic book stores and movie rental establishments, everybody always […]


Mayhem Motel (Film Review)

  There was a time, in the not too distant past, that every time a birthday, holiday, or other special occasion occurred I would be gifted with the presentation of boxes full of crappy or public domain horror films. I should clarify, when I say ‘boxes’ I mean those collected movie box sets that include 35 different films encased in paper envelopes. Perhaps you’ve purchased them yourself? Well, if not, […]


Teeth (Film Review)

Teeth   This flick is every man’s nightmare. It has to be. It’s just scary to think about. Sure, I’m sure there are undertones, or maybe even overtones, of male insecurity in what I just wrote but I challenge you, regardless of gender, to watch this movie and not get freaked out a little.   For the uninitiated, Teeth is the story of Dawn O’Keefe, a young Christian who is […]


The Black Six (Film Review)

Have you ever sat back and thought, ‘Self, you know what would be awesome? If someone made a movie that was like the Magnificent Seven meets Easy Rider but staring famous black football players from the 1970’s. That would be awesome.”   Well, you can stop talking to yourself now because that happened and it was called The Black Six. In case you’re part of the majority of Americans who […]


Super Saturday Night Fever ( Film Review)

The impact that John Badham’s seminal 1977 film ‘Saturday Night Fever’ had on global culture cannot be understated. The film ostensibly established disco as a near fail-proof commodity and rocketed it’s star John Travolta into global icon territory.   What few people realize is that Saturday Night Fever is a super hero movie.   For the twelve people who haven’t seen Saturday Night Fever, the film chronicles the daily troubles […]


House of Frankenstein: The Best and Worst of the Universal Monster Movies (Film Review)

We all know the story of Frankenstein. It’s pretty commonplace in the modern cinematic vernacular. However, the original Frankenstein film franchise is something that most people are probably unfamiliar with. Yeah, sure there’s a doctor and he makes a monster and it gets chased by angry villagers.   However, there are aspects of the films that very few people remember. Do you remember Ygor being a man who survived the […]


Condorman: The Best Super Hero Movie You’ve Never Seen (Film Review)

    Disney wasn’t always the brightly shining beacon of intellectual property buy out that it currently is. Before they shelled out $8.8 billion to get their hands on Marvel Comics and Star Wars they lost their way a little bit. I’m talking about Tron, The Black Hole and the other few late 70’s, early 80’s live action failures that have since gone on to cult status.   Personally, I […]

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