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MINI MOVIE REVIEW: “Redline” (2010)

  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

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DISASTROUS DOUBLE FEATURE: “Dr. X” (1932) / “Return of Dr. X” (1939)

In 1932, movies weren’t exactly, shall we say, under as many censorship rules as they are today.  There wasn’t a rating system, the Hayes Code wasn’t in effect yet, and so long as the flick didn’t show anything that you … Continue reading

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Kids Who Kill, part 2: The Second One

Some time ago I wrote a lengthy entry about Kids Who Kill in the movies.  I have a love-hate relationship with children.  I don’t have any of my own besides the Hubster and the furchildren. I like other people’s kids … Continue reading

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You’ll never walk alo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-ne …

Dear Friends, So, quick update … I was laid off from my job back in March.  After I did the obligatory Feeling Sorry for Myself portion of the Job Loss Grief Process (which did involve a lot of tears and … Continue reading

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MINI MOVIE REVIEW: “Beowulf” (1999)

Oy.  A white-haired Christopher Lambert gives us his half-blind myopic stare and a grunty voice while his gymastically-inclined stunt double goes flipping all over the place.  This version of Beowulf is more Mad Max than anything else except there are … Continue reading

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TUES 12: What I Learned from Watching “Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare” (aka “The Edge of Hell”, 1987)

1.   Oh, the years have not been kind to Jon-Mikl Thor: 2.  The logical place for demons to hide in your house is the oven. 3.  You may be forced to have an Ontario license plate due to where you … Continue reading

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MINI MOVIE REVIEW: “Kenny vs. Spenny”

This show from Toronto shows that the United States does not hold the corner market on “Jackass”-style asshattery.  Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice, friends since childhood, film themselves participating in bizarre and cringe-worthy competitions that include “Who has the biggest … Continue reading

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