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  • Dawn of the Dead

    Dawn of the Dead


    **6th Watch of Hoop-tober 2017**

    (Review of the Extended/Director's Cut)

    It may be a story of survival and thrives on zombie killing mayhem, but Romero's message isn't lost on me nor is it subtle. Dawn of the Dead expands upon the ground work laid in its monumental predecessor's narrative and acts as a terrific follow up that is more than worthy.

    Its real strength lies in its classic, grounded gore effects as Dawn of the Dead offers some of the…

  • Near Dark

    Near Dark


    **5th Watch of Hoop-tober 2017**

    I love genre films, but it's always fun to see two blended in a new way. Near Dark isn't Kathryn Bigelow's best film, but I had a fun time with it to say the least.

    Bill Paxton's performance is, without a doubt, and unsurprisingly, the standout here. I expressed, in my Aliens review, how I felt the zany over the top antics that Paxton can bring felt out of place there. Here, as the invulnerable…

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  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    One of the greatest action films I've ever seen. I am still in awe of the pulse pounding adrenaline that unapologetically makes up the entire film. There is literally almost no down time in this movie. Seriously, action every second. We start by seeing Max quickly have everything taken from him. After that...madness. The villains are insane. George Miller's world of Mad Max is so well fleshed out. It is imaginative, inventive and breathtaking. The incredible cinematography switches between a…

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice


    Here it is ladies and gentlemen. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is perhaps the most divisive movie I've ever seen/been a part of. Both critics and fans are contending why this was an achievement or an utter failure. I have to say though that I enjoyed this. I'm not checking this one as "Contains Spoilers" simply on the grounds that most of this was made known in the trailers or was ruined by critic click bait headlines. Don't worry…