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Clash of the Titans – Another Wasted Opportunity

Monday, April 5th, 2010

I am not against remakes or reboots of old movies from the eighties but if you don’t understand why people liked a movie then you have no business remaking it. Kids might like Clash of the Titans 2010 because it is basically a nonoffensive hero story with big monsters and effects, I, however, was thoroughly […]

Ghost Town Should Have Sucked

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

I’m feeling pretty melancholy after watching Ghost Townwith Ricky Gervais. I didn’t originally want to watch it, but my wife likes ghost stories and I finally gave in because I am a Gervais fan. The script is a throwaway, it could have been a Lifetime Movie or a HallmarkĀ ChannelĀ movie. Nothing original or really that interesting. […]

Friday The 13th Remake – a bit disappointing

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

I was really looking forward to seeing the Friday The 13th Remake because I thought they would work more on the background story concerning Jason.Not the case. All they were concerned for was production values and making sure all of the required “Jason Elements” were included–drugs, sex and violence. This wasn’t so much a remake […]

Dorm Daze 2, T & A

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

I haven’t bothered to watch any of the National Lampoon straight to DVD movies up until now. There’s a slew of them. I think they even have a subscription club if it’s still available. So just for the hell of it I chose to watch Dorm Daze 2. I have no idea what Dorm Daze […]

Mark Holton in Gacy – a serial killer movie that’s lacking

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

I previously wrote about Mark Holton as an “Uknown Celeb.” He starred in several small films throughout the eighties and nineties and in 2003 he protrayed serial killer John Wayne Gacy. A role that had potential to help boost Mark’s career past playing secondary character roles. I noticed the DVD on the shelves when it […]

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