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  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
  • Aliens
  • Reservoir Dogs
  • Tombstone

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  • Days of Thunder

    Days of Thunder

    Top Gun's redneck younger brother.

    Working at Hollywood Video one Sunday morning, and Mike asks me if we can put this on. The mental filing cabinet flies open, half heartedly flips through the PG-13 rating and deems it okay for in store play.


    So half hour in, we're jamming out to the "rubbing is racing" montage set to the Spencer Davis Group Gimmie Some Lovin' while ringing up an insane amount of post church goers. Suddenly, my spider sense…

  • V


    One of the biggest world events in 1983 unfolded over two nights on our television screens, as aliens arrived in massive saucer shaped ships to hover over cities all around the planet. They claimed to come in peace, but as we discovered over those two nights, their inentions were anything but peaceful.

    V marked the culmination of the television miniseries event, a star sudded cast full of strong character actors given a script with real meat on its bones. Never…

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  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    An oldie, but a goodie. Hard to believe it's over 30 years old, as the technical wizardry is just as impressive today as it was in the theatre.

  • DC Showcase: Adam Strange

    DC Showcase: Adam Strange


    Another in the DC Showcase animated shorts line, attached to Justice League Dark: Apokolips War. I confess to knowing next to nothing about Adam Strange, so that made this viewing both a thrilling little fifteen-minute ride... and a confusing one, as I would like to know more.

    Near as I can figure, he's a tragic soul, "Quantum Leaping" his way through the Galaxy helping folks in need while he waits for the right opportunity to get back to set things…