Category Archives: Special Articles

Special Report – A Review of The Thing in the Woods

Editor’s Note: Full disclosure: Matthew W Quinn asked that I review his latest book, The Thing in the Woods, as a favor. I still intend to give the book a fair review. All artists take inspiration from what they loved … Continue reading

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The Best Films of 2016

2016 was a bad year for a lot of people and they wanted a way to escape it. I won’t get into all the reasons why. I can’t speak for everyone and we still only have a limited space. But … Continue reading

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The Ten Best Films of 2015

What better way to help ring in the new year than by looking back at the previous year and wondering what everyone could possibly have been thinking? 2015 was a more difficult year for films than 2014 was. There were … Continue reading

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A Definitive Ranking of the Halloween Films

For many years, it was a tradition for October to have at least one sequel to a long running horror franchise in which people are sliced and diced by any number of monsters. The idea of long running horror sequels … Continue reading

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Rotten Tomatoes and Buzzfeed – A Reminder of how Criticism Works 

I came across a Buzzfeed post about Sister Act 2 and its low Rotten Tomatoes score. It currently sits at a 7 percent “fresh” rating, which Buzzfeed points out places it below Catwoman and only one point above Gigli. This is … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Jon Stewart

On August 6, legendary The Daily Show host Jon Stewart will step down from the show that made him an American icon. This shouldn’t be a big event. People retire all the time, leaving behind holes that may never be … Continue reading

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A Review of Terminator 2: Judgement Day

It’s strange. Even with a new Terminator film released, no one seems to care. It’s not like Jurassic World, which despite being the cinematic equivalent of a reheated Lean Cuisine has grossed almost $1 billion so far. No one seems … Continue reading

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The Sexiest Actresses Ever in Cinema

One of the big reasons that people have always flocked to cinemas is so they can pretend that the gorgeous people they see on screens may one day throw them a look. Ever since the days of Clara Bow and … Continue reading

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The 2015 Oscars

I didn’t do a traditional recap this year because I was at a friend’s party. It was a fantastic time. Anyway, The Oscars and me have a very bizarre history. It’s the one day of the year where I become … Continue reading

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The Interview, Kim Jong Un, and Sony’s Cowardice

As you can tell from the headline, I am not in a mood to mince words. There are many things to be offended about in today’s world. You can be offended about the hostage situation in Australia. You can be … Continue reading

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