Blaze the Action Junkie

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Favorite films

  • Return of the Jedi
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  • Logan
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Recent activity

  • The Legend Of The Lone Ranger


  • King of the Cowboys


  • Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part Two


  • Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part One


Pinned reviews

  • Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein

    Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein


    I thoroughly enjoyed going through most of the Abbott and Costello collection last year, and I've really been looking forward to this one ever since. Apparently it's a thing to credit Abbott and Costello for ruining Universal's Monster Universe, but honestly these average reviews really show that this one is a hit that's stood the test of time regardless of what happened to the franchises afterward. I really loved this one. I cheesed like a fanboy throughout the film. Abbott…

  • Batman



    Batman takes on four of his arch-enemies at once! One of the silliest, campiest live-action films one can find is also the first live-action non-independently-produced superhero film - 1966's Batman. I don't think I've seen this one for 30 years and honestly I think I had forgotten that I had seen it in my youth, confusing this film with the television series that followed with the same actors and costumes. In watching it, however, I recalled the best memories of…

Recent reviews

  • The Legend Of The Lone Ranger

    The Legend Of The Lone Ranger


    "High ho, Silver, Away!"

    A Lone Ranger origin story, which at the time was one of several Lone Ranger outings by Clayton Moore and was a reboot of a serial from about 20 years earlier. This one plays out similarly to a modern super-hero origin story. The hero survives a near-death ordeal. The hero vows a life in the pursuit of justice. The hero then finds his niche - an incredible wild horse he dubs Silver. The hero then gets…

  • King of the Cowboys

    King of the Cowboys


    The first of two films for me second Western Wednesday. A wartime Roy Rogers musical / western which pits Roy Rogers against Nazi sympathizers intent on destruction and sabotage. Honestly I think Smiley Burnette is the one who carries Rogers flicks with his comedic interludes in his short screen-time. As is typical for Roy Rogers the film spends some of the short runtime on Roy's serenades. Honestly this one is no better than the earlier Wayne serials.

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Popular reviews

  • Apollo 13

    Apollo 13


    A giant film in cinematic history. This film might not have been the first historical drama, but its critical success cemented the genre as a big-budget money maker on the big screen, which documentaries had been seemingly trying to do since the inception of the film industry. There's really no telling how many more people have seen Niel Armstrong land on the moon in the introduction of this film than have actually pulled the events up on you-tube or elsewhere.…

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    I'm not typically behind the curve on Super-Hero flicks, and technically I'm not really behind the curve here considering the film currently sits at a 4.4 average rating, but there are certainly more folks here rating this one five stars than with me here at 4.5 stars. This film does what it does extremely well, no doubt, but I'm gonna quote a friend who I saw the film with -

    "It's a good movie, but I think it was just…