I feel like I never graduated high school. I screwed around throughout my high school tenure and ended up 1/2 a credit short in Algebra II, which I had to knock off in summer school, and then there was to be a summer school graduation ceremony for we future leaders of America. No, thank you; I had an appointment in New Hampshire for falling flat on my face in love, and you don’t show up late for those. No matter how much you wish you had, somehow you will never show up late for those.
(Original Title: Box of Shadows)
Released 2012/Rated R/Runtime: 91 mins.
Three dudes find a box that can turn ’em into ghosts. Continue reading “The Ghostmaker (2012) Film Review!”
It was just last year when V/H/S was released and here we are, already to strap back in and bite the mouth guard for the sequel. V/H/S 2 gets rolling in much the same way as the first film, and in short order as we find yet another selection of adults who have such a thirst for the unknown knowledge of the universe and focus so strong that they can sit through numerous VHS viewings, sans refreshments! Continue reading “VHS 2 (or is it V/H/S 2? Man, I’m too old for this shit.) Film Review!”
Well, someone has to watch these things.
SPOILER ALERT: This blog is hardly about “Clear,” the 12th episode in the 3rd season of The Walking Dead. I loved this episode, but if you want a review of it, plenty of other people have done so, and they love doing reviews, which possibly means they write them better than I do. And hey! Those reviews probably have ads that will lead you down a rabbit-hole of consumerism, which is way cool. I’m a jealous, spiteful man. Continue reading “Red Herring: A Quasi-Review of The Walking Dead’s “Clear””