Monthly Archives: October 2013

X-Men: A future review and reflection

Few stories of diversity and tolerance are as popular as The X-Men. It featured one of the first heroes of color (Storm) and more than nodded to the Nazi level of hatred that man is capable of. It carried an … Continue reading

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Captain Phillips – (movie)

Floating in a sea of hits and misses. Captain Phillips opened in theaters on October 11, 2013. I wasn’t convinced I was going to see anything special when I went in. Afterall, there is a sea of over-hyped “based on … Continue reading

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Dracula – (Theatre)

Tonight was the second performance of Dracula directed by Carmen Ball. I’m a fan of horror stories and so I had to take a seat at Gaslight Theatre and see Bram Stoker’s telling of the blood sucking count we all … Continue reading

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American Horror Story; Coven – Bitchcraft (tv show)

Quit yer witchin’? *CONTAINS LIGHT SPOILERS* Following what has to be some of the best publicity posters and advertisements for a television series, I sat down to watch the season premiere of FX’s hit show, American Horror Story; Coven. If … Continue reading

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Insidious Chapter 2 – (movie)

A good horror film is not centered around blood, gore, boobs, and the like. I’m always amazed at the volume of poorly made horror movies. It’s like they are being made in a sweat shop by little Asian kids…except Asians … Continue reading

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My Ten Top Super Superhero movies – (list)

Let’s just do this. 10. Superman 1 and 2 – I combined these. The first film gave us Marlon Brando, introduced us to Christopher Reeve’s Superman, and had the ridiculous but memorable scene of Superman turning back time. Meanwhile, part … Continue reading

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