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Sometimes in life, when you least expect it, the movie you didn’t even know you were looking for comes along. Such was the case, with, “The Spy Who Dumped Me.” I did not know I needed a wacky espionage romp through Europe with Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon in my life, but gosh darn it if it wasn’t delightful. 227 more words


Anticipated releases of August 2018

Another month, another top anticipated release list Yes this is a little late… well a lot late but I have been tied up at work (not literally). 557 more words

via What’s New In Streaming For The Next Seven Days — DeciderTV

One thing you may not know about me is that I don’t watch a lot of animated comedies.

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Here Lie's Busts Ghosts And Wins Hearts With Eddie Spuhgetti

We’ve talked about Here Lie’s and their horror host with the most Eddie Spughetti before on the Graveyard, though last time it involved more flesh based creatures and troopers with bad aim instead of the incorporeal subjects this time. 414 more words

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'Aladdin': Justin Paul and Benj Pasek Reveal Details of New Songs for Live-Action Reboot (EXCLUSIVE)

If an Oscar, Tony and Grammy weren’t enough for Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, they can now say they’ve collaborated with musical legend Alan Menken. 397 more words


Capsule Review: Game Night

It’s very stereotypical for a writer to struggle to find motivation to do just that — write. So in an effort to force myself to write more regularly, I’ve decided to introduce the capsule review. 371 more words


Buchanan Rides Alone

(Catch my previous Western film review here: Decision at Sundown)

Unless the film I’m reviewing has a really novel plot or rare characters or an interesting subtext I’ve yet to fully reflect upon, I often opt for an essay on the placement of the film within its cinematic and historical context. 1,083 more words