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About The Knitting CinephileI'm obsessed with good yarn, bad movies, and the Hubster.
Posted on March 27, 2016
Wow. Okay. So … imagine, like, Speed Racer with much better animation (7 years worth, with 100,000 drawings), Deathrace 2000, but with much more bizarre yet likeable characters with impossible DA pompadours, the good parts of the pod race … Continue reading →
Posted on March 18, 2016
Oh, dear. As my long-time readers know, I have a Netflix queue that defies both imagination and logic. You know how Netflix pops up with suggestions for you to watch? I think I’ve managed to break that function. I … Continue reading →
Posted on March 13, 2016
I’ve never been a big fan of the sword-and-sandal flicks, whether they are of the old Conan variety or even the new-fangled Scorpion King or 300 or Prince of Persia variety. I have seen a number of them but … Continue reading →
Posted on March 6, 2016
Look, I’m just going to say it. I don’t get Werner Herzog. I don’t get Herzog like I don’t get Fellini, like I don’t get Warhol, like I don’t get Eraserhead. God knows I’ve tried. I’ve seen Fellini’s 8 1/2 one … Continue reading →
Posted on February 29, 2016
Oh Lord above, it’s a Blaxploitation flick from 1979. The flares are bigger, the bling is blingy-er, and the sweet ladies are sweeter than Sweet Momma Stringbean in Crow T. Robot’s seminal script for Chocolate Jones and the Temple … Continue reading →
Posted on January 24, 2016
If you lived through the Michael Eisner years of Disney and survived with your love of animated Disney flicks intact without becoming completely jaded and losing your fairy dust altogether, then you should give this documentary a look. Using … Continue reading →
Posted on September 18, 2015
This flick was made from the book of the same name written by Gordon Honeycombe, proving once again that everyone has a novel lurking in them (be it good or bad — The Twilight series is proof of this). Anna … Continue reading →