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  • Earth vs. the Flying Saucers 1956

    ★★★★ Watched 17 Dec, 2014

    the classic Earth vs. the Flying Saucers still stands as a really solid, serious and at the same time silly sci fi flick with some fun Ray Harryhausen effects and great 1950 performances where everyone seems to shouting for some reason. it's like 69 minutes long, wastes zero time getting to the UFOs and is still lots of fun.

  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 2014

    ★★★ Watched 17 Dec, 2014

    well, it's done.
    after the surprisingly stronger second part of this now legendarily overstuffed trilogy here we have the final chapter that mostly consists of never ending battle sequences that basically just repeat things we have seen before in the vastly superior LOTR trilogy. even though Hobbit 3 here is the shortest movie set in Middle Earth, it still feels completely overblown. the pacing is all over the place with scenes featuring truly awesome stuff being shoehorned next to long…

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  • Man of Steel 2013

    ★★★★★ Watched 06 Jun, 2013 7

    i dug the shit out of this.
    for real, this is Superman on a level we have never seen before. in terms of CRAZY COMIC BOOK SCI FI & AWESOMENESS..... nothing ever on this level.
    very similar to Batman Begins for me in that it makes you think about just what makes this superhero just so incredible. Zack Snyder pulled it off & this film is the superhero standard to be judged by.

    i was happily surprised to see how successful the…

  • Black Christmas 1974

    ★★★★ Watched 16 Dec, 2014

    Black Christmas is a very appropriate title for this film as it may well be one of the bleakest, darkest and nastiest holiday horror films ever made. Director Bob Clark doesn't get the mainstream credit he deserves as a top shelf horror director, but he made this along with Deathdream and Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things & they are all gruesome little bits of fright cinema that leave lasting impressions. Black Christmas creates a unique feeling of an unusual, creeping…