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  • Dr. Giggles

    Dr. Giggles 1992

    ★★★½ Added

    Dr. Giggles is one of those horror movies that I think came out at the wrong time. Had it come out in the mid to late '80s I could see it being a moderately successful horror movie that would of spawned a couple of sequels and be remembered fondly today. Instead it came out in 1992 when horror was on the downswing and slashers were all but dead unless it was already a recognizable franchise.

    It's all here though, a…

  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army

    Hellboy II: The Golden Army 2008

    ★★★★½ Added

    I loved the hell out of the first Hellboy movie and was immediately clamoring for a sequel not knowing for sure if there would be one since the character isn't in demand as much say Spider-Mn but thought the movie did well enough at the box office and was damn sure good enough itself to warrant one when all Hollywood likes to do is rely on proven properties which I think this was. Thankfully they agreed and Hellboy II: The…

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  • Moon

    Moon 2009

    ★★★★★ Rewatched 16 Aug, 2012 2

    I'll tell you whats great, movies that are smart. You don't have to be a genius to get this movie, no not by any stretch but this movie never once dumbs itself down which I love and wish that more movies would follow its example on it.

    I have to talk about Sam Rockwell. In the same way that Castaway was a one man show who's success completely depended on Tom Hanks, this movie is a one man show who's…

  • A Clockwork Orange

    A Clockwork Orange 1971

    ★★★★★ Watched 10 Nov, 2012 1

    Really there is nothing that I can say about A Clockwork Orange that hasn't already been said a billion times before but I guess I'm going to say them again anyways because I'm awesome like that.

    A Clockwork Orange is easily one of the best movies ever made and is in my opinion the very best movie the late great Stanley Kubrick ever blessed us with and nothing says blessed like some Ludwig Van and little bit of the old…