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  • DEATH BECOMES HER: COLLECTOR'S EDITION 1

    DEATH BECOMES HER: COLLECTOR’S EDITION

    DEATH BECOMES HER REVIEWED “Death Becomes Her” is this odd beast that exists almost in spite of itself. Milestone special effects couple with a funny mild horror script produces one of the best that 1992 offered. Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn hold the story for so long that...
  • DIRTY GRANDPA: UNRATED 3

    DIRTY GRANDPA: UNRATED

    #dirtygrandpa DIRTY GRANDPA REVIEWED “Dirty Grandpa” is a surface level R-rated comedy. The kind of fare that used to populate the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. The years before the Tumblr/Social Justice generation cured all things problematic and freed the planet from ever having fun again. For those that...
  • DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD: DANIEL GOES TO THE DOCTOR 6

    DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: DANIEL GOES TO THE DOCTOR

    DANIEL GOES TO THE DOCTOR REVIEWED “Daniel Goes to the Doctor” is the latest Daniel Tiger adventure. 9 tales show Daniel Tiger the need to visit the doctor and be mindful of his health. The rest of the adventures are just tales about helping out and being good...
  • DIE FIGHTING 8

    DIE FIGHTING

    DIE FIGHTING REVIEWED “Die Fighting” has amazing fight choreography for an indie film. However, the film plays like this weird postmodern take on “Game of Death” by way of every reality fiction oriented horror movie. I hate to say it, but the film works insanely better when you...
  • DILLINGER 10

    DILLINGER

    DILLINGER REVIEWED “Dillinger” is one of the greatest American International Pictures releases ever made. A lot of that had to do with John Milius making an insane directorial/writing debut. The cast is insane, plus Warren Oates drops the hammer so hard in the lead. I’m a big fan...
  • DRIFTLESS AREA, THE 13

    DRIFTLESS AREA, THE

    THE DRIFTLESS AREA REVIEWED “The Driftless Area” isn’t an easy film to watch. The first time I saw it, I was stunned by the acting of John Hawkes, Zooey Deschanel and Anton Yelchin. The second time I saw it, I got a chance to step back and soak...
  • DEATH WALKS TWICE: TWO FILMS BY LUCIANO ERCOLI 15

    DEATH WALKS TWICE: TWO FILMS BY LUCIANO ERCOLI

    DEATH WALKS TWICE REVIEWED “Death Walks Twice” is a two film set of movies that work as half-hearted giallos. I’m still in my love affair stage with Arrow and I appreciate seeing films that fall out of my realm of expertise. I leave the love of Italian slasher...
  • DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: THE STORY OF THE NATIONAL LAMPOON 17

    DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: THE STORY OF THE NATIONAL LAMPOON

    DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD REVIEWED “Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead” is a fun documentary about the better days of National Lampoon. Sure, you get to see the roots of why the magazine fell apart, but everyone is back to talk about the old days. Well, the ones that are...
  • DOG NAMED GUCCI, A 19

    DOG NAMED GUCCI, A

    A DOG NAMED GUCCI REVIEWED “A Dog Named Gucci” is a great documentary that I’ve been hearing about for awhile now. The documentary follows the life of Gucci and how the Gucci Bill changed laws in Alabama. Animal cruelty is still a major issue in America, especially where...

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    DESTINATION: PLANET NEGRO!

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