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Oscar Snubs and Surprises!

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It’s that time again folks! Oscar season has officially begun and the nominations for the 95th annual Academy Awards are in. Listen, I know the Oscars are essentially Hollywood rewarding itself, however, I’ve… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Smokey and the Bandit’

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A few months ago I was fortunate enough to see horror movie host/film critic Joe Bob Briggs present his famed lecture “How Rednecks Saved Hollywood”. Naturally, he discussed a number of the “hixploitation”… Continue reading

Corrye’s 2022 Movie Year In Review!

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Ah the cinema! Teacher, mother, secret lover. (Yes, that is a Simpsons reference.) After the dearth of quality films due to the pandemic in 2020, things slowly began to right themselves the following… Continue reading

My Favorite TV Shows of 2022

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It is time once again for me to go through all of the shows I have watched and decide which ones were the best of the best…..of what I have watched anyways. Before… Continue reading

Movie Review: Avatar: The Way of Water

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Plot: More than ten years after the Na’vi repelled the forces of Earth’s RDA, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) has settled into a quiet domestic life with his wife Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) as leader… Continue reading

Movie Review: Glass Onion

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Plot: A few months into the Covid-19 pandemic, Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) wallows at home desperately craving a new mystery to solve. When a peculiar box arrives, Blanc is invited to spend a… Continue reading

Movie Review: The Banshees of Inisherin

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Plot: Set in 1923 at the tail end of the Irish Civil War on the fictional isle of Inisherin, Martin McDonagh’s latest chronicles the breakdown of a friendship between Colm (Brendan Gleeson) and… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Tar’

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Plot: Lydia Tar (Cate Blanchett) is a world-renowned conductor and composer and the first female chief conductor at the Berlin Philharmonic. Although rich, famous, and on the verge of recording Mahler’s 5th symphony,… Continue reading

Doctor Who and Disney +

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Of all the unexpected news in fandom that came out this year perhaps none was as surprising as the fact that the BBC and Disney had reached an unexpected agreement to bring the… Continue reading

Best Horror Shows on the 70’s

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When one thinks of strong time periods for televised terrors the 1970’s do not usually spring to mind. But the era of Nixon, Vietnam, and Star Wars gave us solid scares from the… Continue reading