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2.1.17 – Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

I'm a big fan of the Paranormal Activity series, so this is another biased review. The Ghost Dimension moved the story further, telling us Leila's story as well as more about Kristi and Katie. Hunter's background also plays a bit... Continue Reading →

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1.31.17 – Regular Show: The Movie

This review is completely biased. I'm an adult that loves cartoons, and Regular Show sits somewhere atop the list of my favorites. The shows finale and the movie are fantastic examples of how complex and well written a cartoon can... Continue Reading →

1.30.17 – Underworld: Evolution

If you watch the Underworld series in order, you expect the ending of Underworld to be the premise for Underworld: Evolution. It kind of is, but not completely. The intro sets up the story to step back in time to... Continue Reading →

1.29.17 – Underworld

As far as intro scenes go, I would really like to see more like the opening scene of Underworld. You get a short, backstory-filled monologue and then you literally jump right into the story. The story, however, is where I... Continue Reading →

1.28.17 – The Scribbler

If we talk about sci-fi as a whole, I don't have much good to say. I don't like cheesy effects, unbelievable plot twists, and usually there's so much "necessary" backstory that the movie ends up being way longer than I... Continue Reading →

1.27.17 – The Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven is a hard movie to have an opinion on. I really enjoyed the cast and story, but the movie as a whole just seemed to drag by at times. Chris Pratt and Denzel Washington were both equally... Continue Reading →

1.26.17 – Hunt for the Wilderpeople

New Zealand seems to have a very strange taste in comedy. I really enjoy it but i don't know that it's really a majority taste. You have to enjoy dry, subtle comedy (go watch Flight of the Conchords) that comes... Continue Reading →

1.25.17 – Trailer Park Boys: The Movie

This is a movie you will either love or hate. I am a big fan of the Trailer Park Boys series, so it was awesome getting to watch a feature length film instead of a short episode. The characters, even... Continue Reading →

1.24.17 – Chappie

Die Antwoord make music for a very specific group of people. I'm not one of those people. Chappie, beginning to end, is basically a Die Antwoord album. That being said, it actually turned out to be a pretty good movie.... Continue Reading →

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