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A bit of geekery for the day

I’ve read most of the novels, I’ve played the game…now I can’t wait to watch the MOVIE.

World of Warcraft The Movie – sidebar – CLANCY FUCKING BROWN AS Blackhand…let that sink in. 205 more words

Geekery & Games

BARE BONES: NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR and CAMP DREAD

NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR (2013)

Horror flick has a very familiar story though, is competently made. A pastor (James Tupper) uproots his family from the city to take over a parish in a small rural farm town…one that, of course, has a dark secret. 246 more words

Bare Bones

When is a Jason Statham movie not a Jason Statham movie?

When is a Jason Statham movie not a Jason Statham movie? When it co-stars two Oscar nominees (Winona Ryder and James Franco), a thespian-turned-fashionista (Kate Bosworth) and noted character actors like Clancy Brown ( 1,307 more words

Vérité Film Magazine

Pathfinder (2007, Marcus Nispel), the unrated version

If Pathfinder weren’t so long, it might be more amusing. For the first hour, it’s actually rather tolerable. It’s not any good, of course, but the story of this Native American tribe encountering invading Vikings does look good. 306 more words

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Pet Sematary II: I’d Have to Agree with Herman Munster

By Vince Gaetano

“Dead is better.”

It’s a good line, maybe a great one. “Sometimes,” the line suggests, “it’s better to leave well enough alone; even when well enough isn’t quite… well, enough.” It would have been good advice for whomever thought a sequel — or, more specifically, … 362 more words

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GUILTY PLEASURES - "Pet Sematary II"

With “Guilty Pleasures”, I revisit some horror flicks that fans have almost unanimously derided and labeled “unlikeable”, but are ones that I inexplicably get a kick out of. 764 more words

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Sugar High - The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015)

It’s crazy, and I don’t think I fully understand it.  So everybody’s favorite sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea is still flipping burgers at the Krusty Krab.  323 more words

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