- Won't you take me to... Chunky town?"Dad, don't you ever bring that monster in my house again!" #doggoThis adorable little dude spent the night last night. Ruby was not terribly pleased and spent the entire time hiding in her crate. Oh well. #doggoSomeone's turning six today! #doggo #dogsofinstagramMost expensive popcorn I'll have all year. Don't ask why.I have literally no idea what this show is about.
Category Archives: indie (or indie-style)
Movie Review: “Swiss Army Man”
I have reviewed Swiss Army Man, a.k.a. “the Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie”, at Escape Pod. Here is a link for you to click so you can read it.
Movie Review: “In Your Eyes”
When Joss Whedon writes something, you generally expect it to have great dialogue and characterization, some stuff that will make you uncomfortable, and an ending that, while not necessarily happy or good, will be satisfying. The new film In Your … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Upstream Color”
Look, I’m not going to lie to you: I had no fucking clue what was going on for most of the first half of Upstream Color, the second feature film from director Shane Carruth. From my review of Upstream Color … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Safety Not Guaranteed”
My review of the film Safety Not Guaranteed is up at Escape Pod. Movie Review: Safety Not Guaranteed
Movie Review: “Another Earth”
Imagine that, a year or so ago, you saw a trailer for a film in which humanity discovered another planet Earth growing slowly closer. Humanity made contact with Earth Two, as they called it, and realized that each and every … Continue reading
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