A palate cleanser after the lunacy of The Helen Trilogy.
The summer before 7th grade I read ‘salems Lot. I have always been a strong reader and this wasn’t my first adult book. However this was the first book that … Continue Reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
While enjoying a joyous Christmas yule with my family and loved ones I was gifted a copy of famous anchorman Ron Burgundy’s tome of generous wisdom by my wife and … Continue Reading Let Me Off at the Top! By, Ron Burgundy
The term “sequel” is usually met with derision in the movie world. However when done well a sequel can not only continue the story laid down in the earlier movie, … Continue Reading Catching Fire
Elite Squad 2 makes sweet love to all other cop movies, and calls them names the whole time.
By Jack ‘Bought it for a Dollar’ Burton Hi internet. It’s me, Jack. Yes, we’ve tangled before. So, I hear a lot of you have a problem with the first … Continue Reading There’s only one thing wrong with the RoboCop trailer
It’s literally the cinematic equivalent of eating at an Applebee’s and not getting food poising.
By TylerDFC There is a part at the end of 2K’s stunning game Spec Ops: The Line where you find yourself in a penthouse suite high atop the Burj Khalifa … Continue Reading Spec Ops: The Line (RATED M)
By TylerDFC Caliban’s War is book 2 in the Expanse series, following Leviathan Wakes. Please note this review contains spoilers for Leviathan Wakes. It has been one year since the … Continue Reading Caliban’s War by James S.A. Corey
One of my primary complaints about Superman Returns was the almost total lack of Superman punching things. Well, in this movie Superman punches everything.
By Tyler “Yes, but I never inhaled” DFC NOTE: This commentary contains spoilers up to and including the series finale, proceed with caution if you are not caught up on … Continue Reading In defense of Nancy Botwin
It is my intention to regale you with the delightful story of how I accidentally killed a little part of someone I care about, using nothing but the ancient art of film criticism.
Into Darkness is a mostly enjoyable, action packed, utterly brainless collage of sight, sound, color and glorious stupidity.
The funny thing about Big Bad Wolves is that it’s actually kind of funny, but not before it’s really, really not.
Every high school has that One Girl, a living doll whose winsome smile and coy demeanor drives all the boys nuts.
I have fulfilled my moral imperative and heeded the faint but perceptible voice of Jack Nicholson beckoning me forth…with an axe.