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Recent reviews

  • Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood

    Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood


    Richard Linklater returns to animation (Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly) with this nostalgic love letter to the late 60’s and the race to space. 
    As he’s already nailed the quintessential snapshots of the 70’s (Dazed & Confused) and the 80’s (Everybody Wants Some), you can add this one to the list capturing a perfect time capsule of suburban Houston in 1969. Great soundtrack, great Pop Culture references and great narration by Jack Black.
    If you were born in the 50’s or 60’s, this is a mandatory trip down memory lane….

  • Rock 'n' Roll High School

    Rock 'n' Roll High School


    Caught an old fav on TV last night…Before Fast Times At Ridgemont High and Dazed & Confused, we had Rock And Roll High School! This was a fav of mine when it came out in ‘79…seeing it many times at the real Dream Theater in Monterey CA (and even sneaking in a cassette recorder to tape the movie and be able to re-listen to the film over and over - yes this was before we had VHS’s!) I became a Ramones…

Popular reviews

  • Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces


    OK, I'll admit it....as one of the biggest TP freaks on Earth, I hadn't watched this yet!!!!

    When I bought the Blu-ray Box Set the day it came out in 2014, I wanted to save this until after I did a rewatch in order to fully be back in "Peaks-Mode" to enjoy it.

    Honestly, I just expected an extended group of deleted scenes like any DVD bonus feature...

    I had no idea how mind blowing this footage was and absolutely…

  • Joker



    I am not a superheroes or comic book fan...I know absolutely nothing about the DC or Marvel universe or the Batman mythology...I probably would not have been interested in this film at all had I not seen the trailer and been blown away by the dark Scorsese-esque tone.

    Wow...and BLOWN AWAY I am!!! This was absolutely incredible. And yes, the Scorsese tone was absolutely spot on!
    It’s an obvious homage to both Taxi Driver and The King Of Comedy...with Arthur…