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  • Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman

    Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman


    While I'm a huge fan of the Timmverse, this movie feels a little lackluster in comparison to a lot of what it's given us. That's not to say it isn't good, rather it simply lacks anything distinctive (outside of some unusually cringeworthy dialogue, including a long conversation that implies a romantic relationship between Barbara Gordon and Bruce Wayne, which is made even more painful in the modern age knowing Timm's take on The Killing Joke) that I could think of…

  • The Wicked

    The Wicked


    "SHUT YOUR SMELLY DICKHOLE" is a line for the ages, and will hopefully grant this movie the posterity it deserves. But it isn't just that line: it is a treasure trove of funny lines, all delivered with passionate intent by their actors and given the time they deserve for the audience to process them. I came into this expecting nothing but a bad horror movie, and instead got a loosely joined series of hilarious one-liners accompanying a rather run-of-the-mill horror…

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  • Rango



    Arguably a better tribute to Westerns than the similarly named Django, this movie's only downfall is the touch of Johnny Depp self-indulgence that, while unnecessary and occasionally worthy of an eye-roll, is not such a detriment as to mar this otherwise amazing film. Setting aside the numerous lovingly placed references to other Westerns (my personal favorite being the guitar riff from Once Upon a Time in the West), the movie is splendidly animated, voices acted with passion, characters distinctive and…

  • Clownado



    Horrific movie that delivers none of the enticing visuals the cover promises. Weak in nearly every aspect of filmmaking that could possibly be considered, and obviously was made on the assumption that the name alone would fool people into buying the movie. It's horribly low budget (or rather, the total incompetence and lack of passion of the filmmakers) shows at every opportunity, whether it be bad effects, lousy costumes (half of the "clowns" look more like juggalos), hammy acting, or…