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The ‘Saw’ Movies in Review: ‘Saw V’

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After the double whammy trick of Saw III and Saw IV it was looking like the series had been well planned out and had some clever ideas up its sleeve. At this point we know… Continue reading

The ‘Saw’ Movies in Review: ‘Saw IV’

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After some initial confusion with putting on Saw VI instead of Saw IV we got onto the previously unseen (by me) portion of this marathon. The second film was certainly a stumble, but the third… Continue reading

The ‘Saw’ Movies in Review: ‘Saw III’

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We watched the first and second movies in quick succession and found the sequel to be more than a little lacking. Working on the assumption that there has to be something more than… Continue reading

The ‘Saw’ Movies in Review: ‘Saw 2’

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I was going to space these reviews out a bit, but perhaps a band-aid approach is the best bet. Grit your teeth, get through it and then have a very large drink. The… Continue reading

The ‘Saw’ Movies in Review: The First One

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Since you all enjoyed how much I tortured myself with the Fast and Furious movies I figured I’d try again with some more literal torture. I was always interested in the Saw franchise, just not… Continue reading

‘The Cat’s Pajamas’ by Ray Bradbury-Book Review

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As many fans of fantasy and science fiction literature know, the late Ray Bradbury was an absolute treasure trove of stories. In a career that spanned decades, the legendary writer expanded our imaginations… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Win It All’

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Directed by: Joe Swanberg Starring: Jake Johnson, Keegan Michael Key, and Aislinn Derbez Plot: A gambling addict gets in over his head when a friend asks him to watch a bag of money. Review: It seems… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Death Rides a Horse’

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In the sub genre of the “Spaghetti Western” one actor could always be counted on to deliver as a memorable performance as a cold-blooded villain, Lee Van Cleef. Whether he was going up… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Frankenstein’

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Nowadays Marvel gets all the credit for creating a franchise of interlocking films to form a cinematic universe. But sadly often overlooked is the fact that the Universal Monsters franchise beat the superheroes… Continue reading

9 Classes That Hogwarts Really Should be Teaching

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Ah, Hogwarts. To attend this magical school in Scotland would be a dream come true. If you’re stoopid. We’ve spoken before about why attending this school would be a bad idea. Today we’re… Continue reading