Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Review of The Confederate States of America

I am not sure how many people have seen this film.  It is currently available on Netflx Instant Stream, which is how I saw it.  Now that I have, I am unsure what to think. I admire its vision (not … Continue reading

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Ten Films that Aged About as Well as Milk

There are some films that are able to capture the public imagination and become critically and commercially successful.  Most of these films are among the esteemed classics of cinema that are discovered by each generation.  Some, however, become absolutely detested … Continue reading

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A Review of Predators

I had apologized earlier about practically refusing to acknowledge the summer blockbuster season.  I take it back.  There is a reason I do; the films are amongst the lowest of the low that offer absolutely no stimulation of the imagination … Continue reading

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A Review of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

Elvira was a popular television figure in the 1980s.  So,  needless to say, I did not watch her.  Her apparent schtick was to imitate Vampira and introduce B moves while wearing the lowest cut shirt possible and making jokes about … Continue reading

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A Review of Rashomon

Rashomon is, sadly, one of those films many hear about about spoken but never actually end up seeing.  Even if they were to see it, it will likely not have the effect it once did.  The film has been quoted … Continue reading

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A Review of Mystery Team

If you have never been to derrickcomedy.com, then you should definitely go and give it a visit.  Their comedy sketches are not exactly groundbreaking, I will not lie, but they are among the most consistently funny internet comedy sketch tropes.  … Continue reading

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