The Pac-Man Stress Ball

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I’ve always seen stress balls as an item found in a yuppie’s working environment. Not something to be used to relieve stress – they have cocaine and hookers for that – but for… Continue reading

“Is that gum? Good work!”

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As a high school teacher, I instinctively keep an eye out for the dastardly act of gum chewing. Such a foul and despicable act could not be tolerated. That was until I read… Continue reading

‘Almost Famous’ Retro-Review

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Cameron Crowe made a splash as a hot new indie director in the 1980s and managed to ride that reputation through a series of mediocre released punctuated by the occasional heartfelt piece that… Continue reading

Ten Things Noticed While Watching ‘Almost Famous’

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Is that Dexter’s sister? Is that Rainn Wilson under that mo? Man, Kate Hudson is great in this movie…what the hell happened? The major problem with her career is the terrible choices but… Continue reading

Community Season 3 Begins!

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The BEST sitcom on TV right now begins its third year! But there’s a big problem with the first episode… …it wasn’t long enough! Great start to the season, bring on the next… Continue reading

‘Horrible Bosses’ Movie Review

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Horrible bosses draws an easy parallel to ‘The Hangover’. Comedians better known for television working together to mine comedy from a simple concept. Three guys hate their bosses and plot to murder them… Continue reading

Top 10 Comics That Should be Movies Already

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Comic books and cinema have long been a collaboration. Batman and Superman appeared in cinematic serials  as early as the 1940′s, and there’s been a steady trickle since then. When Bryan Singer’s X-Men… Continue reading

Best Horror Shows of the 60s

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As a storytelling medium, television truly came into its own during the 1960s. We could stay here all day listing the great TV shows which were produced during this decade, but what we… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Wolf Guy’

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In the early 1970’s aspiring filmmaker Kazuhiko Yamaguchi was finally given his shot at directing a film when Toei producers enlisted him to adapt the popular manga Wolf Guy. While he did not… Continue reading