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reviewed Forgetting the Girl (2012). March 19, 2014
Forgetting the Girl (2012)
We’ve been spoiled.  No, I’m not talking about plot details; rather, I’m talking about whodunits.  Those of us who truly enjoy whodunits have been inundated for decades with …
reviewed Justice League: War. March 25, 2014
Justice League: War
I grew up reading DC Comics.  Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Green Lantern were always on my bookshelves, and, as I grew more and more familiar with them, I was even happier …
reviewed Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox. March 25, 2014
Jusitce League: Flashpoint Paradox
With as long as many of these DC characters have been around, I would imagine that some writers and illustrators certainly have their work cut out for themselves when it comes to crafting a tale that’s …
reviewed Cyxork 7. March 25, 2014
Cyxork 7
Erm … well, as I pride myself on being perfectly honest, I made it thirty minutes into CYXORK 7 before I reached for the remote and began fast-forwarding.  That’s because so very little …
reviewed Knights of Badassdom. March 28, 2014
Knights of Badassdom
Although I like to privately imagine myself still of that age group acceptably dubbed ‘fanboys,’ I’m probably a bit older than most to be a true card-carrying variety.  I’ve …
reviewed War of the Worlds: Goliath. March 28, 2014
War of the Worlds: Goliath
For a while now, I’ve argued with friends that Hollywood has been really missing a terrific opportunity to capture some of the magic belonging to vintage science fiction stories.  For example, …
reviewed Things to Come (1936). April 01, 2014
Things to Come (1936)
In all seriousness, I hold classic films in very high regard.  I’ve always been fascinated by what storytellers have been able to accomplish in cinema, and it’s even more captivating …
reviewed Robinson Crusoe on Mars - Criterion C.... April 01, 2014
Robinson Crusoe on Mars - Criterion Collection
This is no joke: as a huge fan of science fiction films, I’d heard plenty about ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS throughout the years.  The simple truth of the matter is that I’d just never gotten …
reviewed Blood Moons. April 01, 2014
Blood Moons
I know my Sunday School teachings well enough to know that, one day, mankind is due for the ultimate Biblical comeuppance.  We’re sinners, and, as a consequence of that and our failure to find …
reviewed Camp Dread. April 03, 2014
Camp Dread
Imagine – if you will – that you and your fellow yucksters from the Class of ’85 got together at a reunion to talk about the good ol’ days.  Imagine that one of the things …
reviewed Holy Ghost People. April 03, 2014
Holy Ghost People
Erm … it’s been my experience that the “Macabre” series of films released by XLrator Media have usually been accessible horror flicks.  Am I wrong?  Sure, there have …
reviewed 95ers: Time Runners. April 08, 2014
95ers: Time Runners
Like so many viewers, time travel fascinates me … so I’m naturally drawn to science fiction films that explore similar themes.  There have been many, many great ones over the years; …
reviewed Daddy's Little Girl. April 09, 2014
Daddy's Little Girl
DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL is one of those films that’s hard to talk about without spoiling certain significant elements of it.  Suffice it to say, I’m going to give it an honest try, …
reviewed Wrong Cops. April 09, 2014
Wrong Cops
I think each of us has an age wherein we delight in the fundamentally absurd.  I’d imagine that, for most of us, it’s in our early teen years.  We find practically anything funny.  …
reviewed Scream Park. April 20, 2014
Scream Park
Though it isn’t accurate to say that I came of age in the 80’s, it’s certainly applicable to say that I lived through it.  While I’d never consider myself an expert on all …
reviewed Locker 13. April 23, 2014
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Locker 13
The anthology format has been around probably as long as mankind has been telling stories.  Granted, the types of tales that have been spun have differed, but the basic premise – several yarns …
reviewed Trap for Cinderella. April 23, 2014
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Trap for Cinderella
Who doesn’t appreciate a good whodunit?  Furthermore, who doesn’t appreciate a good whodunit that grants two up’n’coming actresses a chance to showcase their acting potential?  …
reviewed The Suspect. April 24, 2014
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The Suspect
Are you listening, Hollywood?  Those of us who live somewhere trapped within the Left and Right Coast, requiring little more than four walls and a roof over our heads on these amber waves of grain …
reviewed The Book Thief. April 27, 2014
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The Book Thief
As the story opens, it is 1938, and a young German girl, whose mother cannot keep her, is sent to live with strangers.  Little Liesel adjusts to her new life with the help of her kindly new Papa …
reviewed Brownian Movement. May 05, 2014
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Brownian Movement
According to Yahoo!, a Brownian Movement is defined as “the random movement of microscopic particles suspended in a liquid or gas, caused by collisions with molecules of the surrounding medium.”  …
reviewed Apocalypse Kiss. May 05, 2014
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Apocalypse Kiss
As I always like to say, I’ve probably forgotten an awful lot more science fiction films than the average person has seen.  Largely because I’m willing to put in and watch almost anything …
reviewed Special I.D.. May 05, 2014
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Special I.D.
God bless the films of Donnie Yen!  To me, he’s pretty much the Chinese version of America’s Sylvester Stallone.  I mean that to say he makes probably as many good Hong Kong actioners …
reviewed Poseidon Rex. May 05, 2014
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Poseidon Rex
Confession: I’ve always loved monster movies.  Yes, even the bad ones, too.  It’s probably because like any kid I always had a predilection to root for the monster.  It isn’t …
reviewed Simon and the Oaks. May 12, 2014
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Simon and the Oaks
I don’t know about you, but I tend to struggle accepting some motion pictures that get adapted to the silver screen from the written page.  It isn’t as if these aren’t stories worth …
reviewed We Went To War. May 13, 2014
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We Went To War
Back in 1970, British filmmaker Michael Grigsby was one of the first to document the experiences of American military personnel returning home from the Vietnam War in his film I Was A Soldier, made for …
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