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May 27, 2016

The Beautiful Misogyny of “Cruel Intentions”

Create a picture in your mind of a perfect world – without all these squabbles about intersectionality and the portrayal of women in the media and in society.  Imagine a world where people had consensual sex and if they regretted it, as people often do, they moved on with life.  Envision a time and a place where girl that acted in a conniving and spiteful manner could be called a “bitch” without anyone jumping to shouts of sexism.  Can you perceive a time and place where we didn’t have [...]

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March 3, 2016

“Ghostbusters” Trailer: A Few Comments

Ghostbusters received what I suppose is a reboot, long-delayed sequel or something of the sort.  Here’s the trailer so you can draw your own initial conclusions… Then we’ll discuss.


Honestly, I am not surprised or bothered by the fact that we have a completely new gang of ghostbusters.  Even the trailer points out that the original film was over 30 years ago.  Harold Ramis is gone, Bill Murray, Dan Akyrod, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, and [...]

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February 22, 2016

Comic Book Movie Burnout

Geek Juice Radio – Episode 210 This time we discuss the oversaturation of Comic Book movies and if the trend will ever end. Featuring: Alex Jowski, Charley McMullen, mister X and Cory Moosman

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October 21, 2015

The Day of “Back to the Future 2”

Back to the Future 2 celebrates its 26-year anniversary today which, normally, wouldn’t be a big deal.  Back to the Future celebrates its 30th anniversary – that’s an important landmark – but what’s so important about 26 years?  Perhaps because Back to the Future 2 takes place in 1985 and makes some wondrous predictions about what the world will be like in 2015 – specifically October 21, 2015.  The whole Back to the Future trilogy has been so popular [...]

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May 13, 2015

A Wide-Eyed Look at “Short Eyes”

This 1977 movie, Short Eyes, had a Blu-ray release this week and it was a film I’d never heard of. From the description it sounded like a “day in the life” kind of thing about “The Tombs” in NYC starring Bruce Davison, and appearances from familiar names such as Luis Guzman and Curtis Mayfield. Always eager for something new, I watched the movie and it was one of those amazing “Why have I never seen this before today?” kind of moments.


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March 5, 2015

The Imitation Game (2014) Review

With four of the 2014 Best Picture nominees featuring the struggles of historical figures and two specifically being the struggles of geniuses, it makes sense that Benedict Cumberbatch would star in one of said films. Cumberbatch has moved safely within his comfort zone from Sherlock Holmes to the character of Alan Turing, dubbed the “Father of Computer Science.” While Turing led a very interesting life, The Imitation Game focuses on his work cracking the infamous German [...]

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