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‘Predators’ Movie Review

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Director: Nimrod Antal Cast: Adrien Brody, Topher Grace, Alice Braga, Laurance Fishburne Plot: A small group of soldiers and killers find themselves stranded on an alien planet where they’re to be used as… Continue reading

Casting Call: Birds of Prey

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Since I love DC’s Birds of Prey, and I love casting things, I decided to combine those two things into a massive blog-worthy effort. So here’s part 1! Tell me what you think,… Continue reading

Slam Adams’ Top 10 Cover Songs

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There is always a special place for cover songs in the music community. That is definitely not the same for movies. As remakes and reboots become more and more prevalent, they just become… Continue reading

Classic Scene: “If you’ve got me, then who’s got you!?”

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“If you’ve got me, then who’s got you?!” from Superman by Richard Donner 1978 The Scene: Thanks to a freak helicopter accident, Lois Lane is sent falling from a tall building with only the cold… Continue reading

Death and Children’s Entertainment

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Even though everyone has to experience it at some point, the death of someone is a subject often tip toed around when talking to children about. Many feel their developing minds will not… Continue reading

Catalogue of Freaks: Batman’s New Foes

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Since the death and subsequent return of Bruce Wayne Batman has encountered a new gallery of enemies. Whilst people like The Joker, Clayface and The Penguin where far from normal the new batch… Continue reading

The 10 Biggest Superhero Movie Fails

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Us geeks live in a golden age for seeing our superheroes come to live. We have seen pitch-perfect cinematic renditions of Batman, the X-Men, Iron Man…even the legends of the industry such as… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

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There are times when I think George Lucas feeds off the cries of pain he creates over the internet, but it was not always that bad. There was a time at the end… Continue reading

Le Chat Du Rabbin (The Rabbi’s Cat)

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The Rabbi’s Cat is what I would call a pleasant surprise; I went into this film blind. I had no idea other than it was an animation, of what it was about or… Continue reading

Classic Scene: La Marseillaise

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La Marseillaise from Casablanca by Michael Curtiz in 1942 The Scene: The visiting Nazi party decides to celebrate at Rick’s club, by starting a chorus of Die Wacht am Rhein much to the chagrin of everybody… Continue reading