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Today’s guest comic comes to you courtesy of photographer extraordinaire  jethe7th! Behold her dedication to Tim Curry’s INCREDIBLY AROUSING PHYSIQUE.


The Story of 'Legend' (1985) and One of Cinema's Great Tragic Characters

Ridley Scott’s follow-up to his critically acclaimed horror masterpiece Alien (1979) and the sci-fi noir classic Blade Runner (1982) was for many, a surprise. A dark, fairy tale starring a fresh-faced Tom Cruise seemed an unlikely project, but it was one the director had long envisioned before it came to be, a project that started with one persistent idea: Unicorns. 1,808 more words

Z: The Films

Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

(If this is your first time on this blog, I ask you to read my About page first! You can find a link to it at the top left-hand corner of this blog. 1,883 more words

Jack Nicholson as The Joker: A Remembering

For some reason, I always remembered the original Batman as a sort of sublime representation of the property; a wonderful blend of the serious, dramatic side and the charming camp of the television series.   879 more words

The Three Musketeers (1993) [Movie Review]

Thumbs up or thumbs down? Simple. Spoiler free reviews. Keep it simple dummy.

Three best of the disbanded Musketeers – Athos (Kiefer Sutherland), Porthos ( 418 more words


The Legend Of Tim Curry

I love movies.  I always have.  It probably stems from seeing movies I was probably too young to see and being transfixed by them, whether it be through being overwhelmed at the imagination on screen or through being genuinely scared by something.  107 more words


Though making a number of divergences from the source novel, Congo does, at least, feel like an attempt to engage with Michael Crichton and his ideas. 380 more words