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OK, so I wasn’t someone who was greatly anticipating when the first KINGSMAN movie was getting released. The marketing materials made me think of a younger James Bond, which is cool but not cool enough for me shell out money to buy a ticket. I remember it making a shit ton of money and people raving about it, but still. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted: March 4, 2017 in Blogs

My routine when I get home from work rarely shifts. I empty my pockets of my wallet and keys and head upstairs to change into something more comfortable, usually sweats or gym shorts. If I still have my iPhone on me, then I place it on top of my dresser while I change and take it back downstairs with me. Read the rest of this entry »

2016 was legit such a great for movies, especially in the horror genre. With it becoming mainstream in recent years, we’ve seen different types of actors and filmmakers embrace it. This allows various styles to take the reign and make their mark in both traditional and absurd stories that play with conventions. My favorites from this year play off of the unconventional as some might not easily fall into horror, but as a horror fan, these are the movies I ended up loving. Read the rest of this entry »

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Whether you’re a fan of Guillermo Del Toro or not, one can’t ignore the fact that the man loves a presentation. From his poetically educated monsters to grand set designs, Del Toro manages to always create an experience that colors outside the lines. His admiration of fairy tales and mythology shines on every medium he chooses to explore and that certainly reflects on the latest collection from the Criterion Collection. TRILOGIA DE GUILLERMO DEL TORO brings together three of significant pictures from the director’s impressive filmography, including one newly remastered. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted: September 2, 2016 in Reviews
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I’m going to put this out there first: I am a huge fan of Rob Zombie’s movies. Going to see HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES was like a huge event and appeared that way with the enthusiastic audience I saw it with. That movie’s troubled production sparked so many rumors as to why its release was delayed for so long, with theories of graphic rape scenes and a movie so fucked up that it was unmarketable. Those delays caused CORPSES to be a hit, leading to much beloved sequel and more film opportunities for the musician. Read the rest of this entry »