Review of AMERICAN ASSASSIN

September 17, 2017

American Assassin is pretty much your ‘by-the-numbers‘ type of secret agent takes on the international bad guy scenario. But it did not totally disappoint. It gave you everything you might expect from a rogue assassin going hell-bent on killing the enemy. – – – American Assassin stars a new pretty-boy action hero, Dylan O’Brien, along […]

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Review of THE INFILTRATOR w Bryan Cranston

September 8, 2017

If you ever wanted to see Breaking Bad‘s Walter White channeled into a federal, undercover agent, this is the film to see that in. The Infiltrator is directed by Brian Fuller (The Lincoln Lawyer, Runner Runner) and stars Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo, Diane Kruger, Benjamin Bratt, Amy Ryan and a few others. Bryan Cranston movies. […]

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Book Review, MAELSTROM by Peter Cawdron

September 4, 2017

The teaser for Maelstrom, by Peter Cawdron reads as follows: “Tunguska, Roswell, the Bermuda Triangle, the Mary Celeste… For hundreds of years, the danger posed by colliding worlds has been ignored as a crackpot theory, until now, and now it’s too late. Maelstrom contains three novellas set in the Colliding Worlds universe (Collision, Impact and […]

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Who Is “Puddles Pity Party”

August 31, 2017

So there I was watching AGT (America’s Got Talent) and during one of the audition nights, this hokey looking act came out. A clown in white-face, carrying a briefcase, and looking quite sad. And not talking. He was Puddles Pity Party. My first impression was, oh my, what shtick is this guy bringing now? Puddles […]

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Amazon Prime’s THE TICK, A Review

August 25, 2017

So I have historically been a fan of The Tick franchise since the comics and even beyond the pages of the comics and into the cartoon. And The Tick is a wonderfully funny, quirky, nigh-invulnerable kind of silly super hero. He’s not the brightest bulb in a box of bowling balls. In fact, he’s probably […]

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PLEX, New Inexpensive Free TV

August 22, 2017

It seems with every few months, someone else is offering up a way to spend money on yet another streaming service. If they had their way about it, Xfinity, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney, Hulu, YouTube, CBS, Warner Brothers, AT&T and a slew of others would all want you to fork out bucks to watch all […]

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Review THE HITMAN’S BODYGUARD (2017)

August 21, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard is a funny, nearly non-stop ride where Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson just seem to have a total blast acting like begrudging peers on the same journey. (And yes, there is a ton of foul language throughout) – Ryan Reynolds movies The Hitman’s Bodyguard, at first, if I paid attention to […]

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Photobucket Blackmailing Embedded Images

August 18, 2017

So what happened to all our Photobucket hosted images, and what alternatives do we have? – For at least ten years, I’ve been a Photobucket user. It’s not my primary image stash site (Thank god) but I’ve been known to put some of my more interesting or important image albums out there. I’ve become a […]

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Review – FORTITUDE Season Two, on Amazon

August 18, 2017

As you may or may not know, Fortitude was a Sky Atlantic production and aired on Pivot TV. But Pivot became insolvent and suddenly Sky and Pivot’s most popular drama ever, had an uncertain future. But then Amazon picked up the show and streamed it to their Prime members and those who wanted to rent […]

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THE HORNET’S NEST Military Film Review

August 5, 2017

The Hornet’s Nest is an oddly paced, but compelling film as we follow two cinematographers, Mike Boettcher, Carlos Boettcher, a father/son team, as they follow a military unit on their patrols. The official tag line reads, “The Hornet’s Nest is a groundbreaking and immersive feature film, using unprecedented real footage to tell the story of […]

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Review: STAR TREK BEYOND

July 30, 2017

–Star Trek Beyond is a surprising chapter of the franchise that is more action than story driven. It’s like a James Bond film in space. Then again, it’s directed by Justin Lin, who has helmed fantasy actioner films like The Fast and Furious franchise. (I call those films fantasy, because, have you seen the ‘tricks’ […]

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Review of PASSENGERS (2016)

July 25, 2017

This is a quick movie review of Passengers, starring Chris Pratt (Starlord! LOL) and Jennifer Lawrence. The film is directed by Morten Tyldum. (The Imitation Game, Headhunters) off a script by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus, Doctor Strange). Chris Pratt movies, like Passengers and more. Passengers starts out with viewers being introduced to the Avalon, a space […]

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Review VOLTRON, Season Two, On Netflix

July 22, 2017

This is a review of the Netflix streaming series, Voltron. If you liked the first season of the revival of Voltron on Netflix, you WILL LOVE the second season of this animated season. – Voltron toys, apparel and videos. The second season of Voltron on Netflix opened to resolving what happened in that last-minute cliffhanger […]

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Review WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES

July 21, 2017

–War for the Planet of the Apes is an amazing story of evolution, family, fate, love, disloyalty, guilt and revenge. War for the Planet of the Apes stars Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steven Zahn, Judy Greer and a bunch others in a film wonderfully directed by Matt Reeves. But how do I really feel about […]

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Book Review The Beast of Barcroft

July 10, 2017

–The Beast of Barcroft, by Bill Schweigart, is a fun read with a near classic atmosphere of the monster of the moment or ‘creature feature’ movie populated with fun writing. Books by Bill Schweigrt on Amazon. – After reading The Beast of Barcroft by Schweigart, I came away not only enjoying the read, but jumping […]

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Does Michael Bay Care About TRANSFORMERS Fans?

July 1, 2017

Have you ever taken a moment to notice that Transformers movie editing is taking a back seat to the mentality of sandbox logic play these days? – Do you know why critics hate Michael Bay‘s Transformers film franchise? Because the final, edited product that hits theaters is crap. The final editing is so bad in […]

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Book Review FLUENCY, The CONFLUENCE Series

June 25, 2017

–Fluency (Confluence Book 1) & Remanence (Confluence Book 2) are from Jennifer Foehner Wells, and to be honest, I found these first two books to be a refreshingly light read while not skipping on the science in the story, making them fun page turners to sink into. – The Confluence story starts out in Fluency […]

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TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT (2017) Movie Review

June 23, 2017

–Transformers The Last Knight is the usual fare of a quickly jumbled told tale of the humans in the story, updates about the planet and Transformers peppered with robot updates that evolves (or devolves) into the usual planet-saving slug-fest between good and bad forces. – Transformers toys, movies and more… Warning, The Last Knight spoilers […]

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