Monthly Archives: November 2014

Memories of Murder (Review)

When the discovery of the body of one young girl leads to the¬†discovery of another¬†young girl’s body, local police are suddenly and rudely made aware that this might be more than an isolated incident removed with paperwork. Though well meaning, … Continue reading

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Juice (Review)

Juice would not exist without Tupac. That’s not to say that it would not have been made sometime in the early 90s. It just would not have been remembered. Even that memory is more about Tupac the deceased rapper than … Continue reading

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22 Jump Street (Review)

I had zero drive to see 21 Jump Street upon release. I instantly wrote it off as one of the many pointless cash-ins based upon fondly remembered mild entertainments of the 80s. So it was especially surprising and pleasing to … Continue reading

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Dance of the Dead (Review)

What’s worse than a bad prom? Zombies. And it seems that on this night no zombie in their right mind is missing this prom. Sci-fi nerds, a wallflower, an alterna type a dad cheerleader team up to avoid dismemberment and … Continue reading

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Retroactive (Review)

Retroactive in a low rent, low output version of Source Code, where the heroine repeatedly clicks the ‘reset’ button in the hope of altering a prior reality sufficiently to warrant using another save slot later. Or something… Look, Source Code … Continue reading

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Fire Birds (Review)

You know the montages that they play of famous actors when they appear on talk shows? The ones where they handpick the signature lines and snippets from the biggest grossing or award winning movies before the host turns to camera … Continue reading

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