The Walking Dead adds another character?

I’m not sure I like the new Rick, but the new guy from Terminus is annoying me already. He looks to be the guy in charge, a part which I thought was taken… Continue reading

Brutally Honest Review #5: Don’t Make Another Ghost Rider Movie PLEASE

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012) is a waste of time.  Everything about it is second-rate, very dull, and I’ve seen Universal monster movies better than this crap.  The movie tries to be… Continue reading

Richard Attenborough passes away at age 90

Richard Attenborough was a star on-screen and behind it as director too, but it came as a shock that I learned of his passing Sunday.  There is no doubt in my mind that… Continue reading

Walking Dead pic of the week #4

The Walking Dead really had a great dynamic between Shane and Rick and their rivalry was one of things that built the show into what it is today.  Jon Bernthal played Shane and… Continue reading

Double Indemnity (1944) shows some real film noir

Unlike Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), Double Indemnity (1944) is one of the finest examples of film noir ever made, without all the melodrama and poor writing.  It was directed… Continue reading

Sin City 2 is a rerun

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) is a second-go at the violent noir genre that made the first one unique, but it is repetitive and not natural.  The dialogue is still… Continue reading

Sin City (2005) is about style

Sin City (2005) is such an original movie, that it has its own time-period, its own, unique noir environment, and its own depressed, violent, hard-boiled characters.  The movie moves through its events like… Continue reading

Greatest Sherlock Holmes #10: Better Holmes and Gardens

Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes has an average outing versus “The Norwood Builder” in this 1985 television episode, making us think twice about trusting construction workers.  Mr. Jonas Oldacre is not really a construction worker… Continue reading

Muscle Car Tourney #2: Smokey (1977) vs Furious (2001)

If The Fast and the Furious (2001) typifies the modern-day, whiles Smokey and the Bandit (1977) embodies its day and age too.  Each was a smash success that led to further franchise sequels.… Continue reading

Frankenstein and the Wolf-Man dance and sing

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf-Man was released in 1943, setting a precedent for the almighty cash-grab in the form of the ensemble monster movie.  This was Universal’s first chance to throw together more than… Continue reading

Walking Dead Pic of the Week #3

Jim might be the saddest character to appear on The Walking Dead.  His exit from the show is especially sad, seeing as how we never learned his fate.  He decided to remain on… Continue reading

I am yelling at these characters to start reacting PLEASE

Son of Dracula (1943) introduces us to a new stoic vampire type , led by Captain Wooden himself, Lon Cheney Jr.  I really hated almost everything about this movie, but especially the characters… Continue reading

Walking Dead pic of the week #2

This week’s Walking Dead pic is from issue #2 published in 2003, showing Rick’s gaunt through the city on horseback.    Most of the issue is devoted to Rick as he wanders around… Continue reading

Greatest Sherlock Holmes #9: Brothers in Arms

Granada and Jeremy Brett were really hitting their stride at the time of “The Greek Interpreter” in 1986, and even adding a brand new actor to their cast did not cause them to… Continue reading

The Creature sells the Black Lagoon and moves

The Creature from the Black Lagoon apparently didn’t learn his lesson in the previous sequel, as he comes back for more abuse, from characters in the movie and audiences alike.  I don’t know… Continue reading

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