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Overrated Sh*t I Hate #6: The Boondock Saints

My earplugs have repelled the boos and my poncho has deflected most of the flung debris, but just in case the batteries powering my laser grid run out and my guard bear Mikhail decides to go on strike I want to say this: 644 more words

KINGSMAN: The secret service

Do you know Matthew Vaughn? … Well, YOU SHOULD! because he was the director of Kick-ass & Xmen First Class.

Maybe you didn’t like… 134 more words


Kick-Ass (2010)

R  |  117 min  |  Action, Comedy  |  16 April 2010 (USA)

Dave Lizewski is an unnoticed high school student and comic book fan who one day decides to become a super-hero, even though he has no powers, training or meaningful reason to do so. 18 more words

Full Movie

Hit Girl

Hit-Girl is awesome.

Generally, I am not interested in superhero films. They are usually ridiculous with men and women in ugly costumes. Honestly, Superman is horrid to look at; Captain America is too American that it’s disgusting; Spiderman is a cock; Batman and Ironman look kinda cool but if they were that rich, they could probably hire an army to save the world instead of flying around beating up baddies themselves. 262 more words


Chrononauts #1 Review: Time Travel Will Be Televised

Review by Nolan P. Smith

(Victor Valley)—Imagine if you could see history unfold right from your home. Instead of reading about the Civil War, you could see if happen firsthand. 427 more words


Chrononauts #1

What is Chrononauts? Hmmm, it’s like Punk Rock Jesus meets Back to the Future. In other words, it’s pure gold.

If you are not familiar with the work of Mark Millar (Superman: Red Son, Civil War, Wanted, Kick Ass, Jupiter’s Legacy, I could go on and on) then you must be a hermit. 388 more words

Consume Comics

[The List reviews] A Mini review for Mini Ninja's

To define exactly what it takes to make a good game is no easy task, some games excel simply through innovation, bringing something new and not previously tested into the hands of experimental gamers.  464 more words