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  • Roar



    Here's an idea: get 110 lions, a handful of tigers, a few leopards, jaguars, and cheetahs and throw them in and around a house with a handful of humans. Despite knowing 1000% for sure that no one died during the making of this incredibly, insanely ill advised production I was just waiting for someone to get eaten (that's not to say that no one got seriously hurt, because according to Wikipedia over 70 people did).

    I don't know that I've…

  • Stone



    Do you like:
    •Satanic bikers?
    •Undercover cops?
    •Skinny dipping?
    •Blokes with beards?
    •Hot sheilas?
    •Top hats?
    •Sleeping in a coffin?

    If you answered "yes," "maybe," or "no" to any of these then you should watch Stone.

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  • King Lear

    King Lear


    Bucket List: Every. Damn. Cannon. Film.

    I'm no brain genious but I like to think that I can catch some of the deeper themes that run through many films. This one left me feeling like a complete moron because I legit didn't even know how to process what I was watching. A ton of disconnected vignettes that all reference layers upon layers of esoteric intellectual bric-a-brac and I think I caught maybe a small handful of them? Usually a movie…

  • Next of Kin

    Next of Kin


    Snuck out to the theater to see a remaster of this previously-only-released-on-VHS Aussie thriller and was pleasantly surprised. I had heard both that it was awesome and that is was boring so I knew that I'd probably land on one side and luckily it was the side of enjoyment. I appreciate that I really didn't know where it was going right up until near the end and when it finally got there it pulled out all the stops and left me going "whoa that was pretty cool."

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  • Braven



    Jason Momoa murdering drug runners in creative ways set against a beautiful snowy mountain backdrop. You either want to see that or you don't.

  • God's Not Dead

    God's Not Dead


    On a second viewing it's still hilarious, still mind boggling, and still awe inspiring in its presentation of misinformation as fact.