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Major League

Year: 1989
Director: David S. Ward

Summary: The new owner of the Cleveland Indians puts together a purposely horrible team so they’ll lose and she can move the team. 187 more words


Guilty Pleasure Tropes

Ever watch something that you know you should hate for various reasons (that usually include being the fact that it’s stupid as all hell), but you enjoy the hell out of it anyways? 712 more words

My Thoughts

Demolition Man (1993)

In the run-up to review 500, I’ve been taking requests from friends and readers, and the most recent one was merely “a Sandra Bullock movie!” I thought about “Miss Congeniality” but realised she’d done a movie which fit into the ISCFC’s wheelhouse perfectly – a weirdly comedic, near-future action movie which was misunderstood on release, a bit. 1,066 more words


Film Review: 1998’s Blade

When I wrote this review, I had no idea who David S. Goyer was, at least beyond the scope of Blade. Several of the points made here are made very interesting by the fact that as I was writing about… 930 more words


The Blade Trilogy (Mighty Marvel Movie Month)

You may or may not have noticed, but vampire fiction hasn’t been doing itself that much favours as of late. I’m sure I don’t need to really get into the… 1,722 more words


Shake the Scene: Major League

Major League (1989)

The Scene: Willie Mays Hayes

Why I Love This Scene: It’s Major League Baseball’s opening week and what better way to start off the season here at HT2HV than watching some clips of… 654 more words

Shake The Scene

Fangs God It's Friday: Deacon Frost

When Marvel took Blade to the silver screen in 1998, Wesley Snipes gave us one of the coolest vampire hunters ever. That said, Stephen Dorff’s bad boy version of vampire Deacon Frost stole the show. 146 more words