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Cooties (Home Release) Audio Review: Bite Me.

Directors: Jonathan Milott, Cary Murnion

Writers: Leigh Whannell, Ian Brennan

Stars: Elijah Wood, Alison Pill, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer





DVD | Cooties - 2014

In the comical horror film “Cooties” a mysterious virus hits an isolated elementary school, transforming the kids into a feral swarm of mass savages. An unlikely hero must lead a motley band of teachers in the fight of their lives. 27 more words

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You Can't Eat the Teachers, Man! (Cooties, 2015)

Kids are mean.  We all know that.  Cooties just takes that to the next level.  Cooties opens with the most gruesome images possible.  Chickens being ground into chicken nuggets. 311 more words


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Based on Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Oni Press comic book of the same name, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World follows the eponymous slacker rocker on his colorful quest to defeat his dream girl’s seven evil ex-boyfriends. 237 more words


Film Review: 'Zoom'

“Who’s zoomin’ who?” asked Aretha Franklin in her 1985 hit of the same name — and while the song doesn’t feature amid the film’s cooler musical selections, it summarizes the key dramatic question of “Zoom.” A spirited if spotty solo debut for Brazilian helmer Pedro Morelli, this breathless trifle triangulates the personal and creative crises of an insecure comic-book artist, a cocksure filmmaker and an aspiring novelist — with the considerable high-concept twist that each of the three is living a narrative created by one of the others. 719 more words

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Cooties: Diseases that the opposite sex has that gives you a reason to not be around them. When you get older, cooties becomes known as “STDs.” (Definition courtesy of Urbandictionary.com) 333 more words

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Starring: Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill, Jack McBrayer, Nasim Pedrad, Leigh Whannell, Jorge Garcia, Ian Brennan, Morgan Lily, Armani Jackson, Cooper Roth
Directed By: Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion…
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