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Retro Review: Children of the Corn

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A DARKNITE review! Many of Stephen King’s stories have been adapted to film, but I can’t think of any of them that started out with the kind of bang that this one does.… Continue reading

The Top 10 Muppets

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If you aren’t familiar with The Muppets I feel sorry for your childhood. Luckily for you the show has barely aged and you still catch up on the fun. You can still make… Continue reading

As Bad as You Thought?: The Last Airbender

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One of these days a book will be published and it will be titled: How to Destroy a Prominent Film Career by M Night Shyamalan. Now he is reviled for such cinematic travesties as… Continue reading

Doctor Who is an Asshole

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Ok, I admit baiting you a little with that title. This isn’t so much to do with the Doctor as he currently exists. That Doctor is awesome and viewed with something approaching reverence.… Continue reading

Best Performances in Superhero Movies

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Anyone who has even a passing familiarity with films, over the past couple of decades knows that super heroes are big hits for the box office but not so much with accolades. This… Continue reading

‘Double Dexter’ Book Review

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A review by G-FUNK Author: Jeff Lndsay Plot: While serial killer/forensic specialist/family man Dexter Morgan is slicing up a clown somebody witnesses him in action. His initial fear that he was going to… Continue reading

Our 15 Favorite Lord of the Rings Moments

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Paul and JAMIE share their love of Lord of the Rings! It’s no secret that the movie I hold dearest to my heart is the epic Lord of the Rings trilogy, and there… Continue reading

Top Ten Directors of the Now – Darren Aronofsky

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Part of a series by G-FUNK And so we reach the ninth member of our Ten Most Interesting Directors of the Now – Darren Aronofsky. Another directors whose work is defining this generation… Continue reading

‘M’ Retro Review

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A Review by G-FUNK Director: Fritz Lang Cast: Peter Lorre, Otto Wernicke, Gustaf Grundgens Plot: When a serial killer who preys on children takes his eighth victim paranoia runs through the city. With… Continue reading

‘Saturday Night Fever’ Retro Review

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A review by G-FUNK Director: John Badham (what, really?) Cast: John Travolta and some other people. Plot: Tony feels constrained by life in Brooklyn, unable to find his way out of the ghetto.… Continue reading