Clint Eastwood: Badass man of action and American Icon since 1964.Exploitation: Material that is mostly known for being gratuitous and violent. Usually relegated to films that contain copious amounts of nudity and violence.A few weeks ago, I was on The B-Action Thread (I spend a shitload of my time on the CHUD boards on that … Continue reading
Fact: the rate at which our access to and handling of information is speeding up exponentially.Of course, right?And Fact: The previous, if accepted as fact can be seen as having changed the way we consume and process the aforementioned information, particularly the information we call ‘stories’. Bear with me here, it might get rocky but … Continue reading
From a very early age I used to love to write stories. They started off a short stories with illustrations (which I suck at) and as a teenager became full blown novels. By my teens I had convinced myself that I was to become a novelist, I had all these ideas and was convinced that … Continue reading
On average I watch about five hours worth of TV a week, distributed across a select few shows. This isn’t a value judgement on my part (one of the of the reasons I limit my exposure to TV so much is that I used to find myself losing entire nights where I’d watch trashy TV)it’s … Continue reading
I guess you could say THE LOSERS lived up to its title.
I was excited to get back out to the theater for family movie afternoon. We bought matinee tickets to How to Train Your Dragon, 2 adults and 1 child. Total $21.00.Kind of expensive, but we don’t go to the movies very often, so I had a budget of $40 for the outing. It wasn’t until … Continue reading
ALIEN (1979) Director: Ridley A “sophomore slump”, depending on which definition you choose, can either be a director’s second film, or the next film they make after their breakout hit. For Ridley Scott, your options would be Alien or Blade Runner. I would say that anyone calling either of those a “slump” probably has a … Continue reading
The Disappearance of Alice Creed gets a spoilerish trailer.
Thankfully, we’re not a blog.