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Bill & Ted - Film Series Review

These are two of those films that you can just put on, laugh with and just have a grand old time watching. They won’t change the world, they don’t take themselves very seriously and they’re kind of stupid when you look at them. 501 more words


Disturbing Behavior (1998)

Written by Scott Rosenberg

Directed by Steve Nutter

Disturbing My Bowels

I’ve always been a Trailer Park Boys fan; since day one. I’ll admit it turned to garbage a few seasons back, but those early seasons were timeless, incredible, paradigm shifting TV. 928 more words

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Living Among Us (USA, 2017)

Living Among Us is a 2017 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Brian A. Metcalf (The Lost Tree). The Red Compass Media production stars Esmé Bianco, Andrew Keegan and William Sadler. 99 more words


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Inquisition (Review)

Inquisition is a superb piece of television, and a highlight of the sixth season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

It is a very clever extrapolation of various themes and ideas that have been bubbling across the length and breadth of the series, particularly concerns about what happens when incredible power is concentrated in institutions that find themselves under threat. 6,260 more words

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Project X (1987)

A young chimpanzee, Virgil, is abducted from his native habitat and brought to Wisconsin to learn sign language. After a year, he’s abducted once again and brought to the Experimental Pilot Performance Project at Lockridge Air Force Base to learn how to fly planes. 200 more words


Die Hard 2

A typical sequel: bigger, louder but not as good as the first!

After the masterpiece that was Die Hard, John McClane returned in a sequel that’s bigger in every way though never holds up the same quality in entertainment. 626 more words



The 1980s action blockbuster movie was dominated by the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude Van Damme (among others) – muscle-bound one-man armies that killed scores of bad guys with guns, brawn and cheesy one-liners. 1,078 more words

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