• Videodrome, Anonymous (69/33)

    by  • 2/2/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    VIDEODROME – Come up to Toronto and James Woods will show you some torture porn and then pierce your ears. Watch out for his Six Pack Dentata. Emissions from the Cathode Ray Tube setup in a mission to help cure the homeless… and perhaps carry something more sinister. I’m more than a little surprised to […]

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    To Hell and Back Again, Teens in Space (67/32)

    by  • 2/1/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    TEENS IN SPACE – They arrive on the distant planet, and head down to see who had sent the signal that was received on Earth. What do they find? pinheaded disco aliens in bell-bottoms. These disco creatures are capitalist robots; actual robots, seeking self-centered bliss without any personal reponsibility! During one of the rescue missions, […]

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    Ferat Vampire (57/27)

    by  • 1/27/2012 • life • 0 Comments

    FERAT VAMPIRE – This film is messed up. Many story lines are setup and just aren’t pursued, so it’s like an early version of THE ROOM. However, much of the humor seems to be intentional, so it’s also unlike THE ROOM. Ambulance driver falls under the spell of a vampire race car. Vampire car’s previous […]

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    Mission Impossible, Moscow / Cassiopeia (50/23)

    by  • 1/23/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – Seems like an awful lot of work to go through to kill a handful of spies. The spring-loaded anti-spy device installed at the top of the elevator shaft alone would take months of design, manufacture and installation time. Would have been easier and cheaper just to have someone shoot him, but I […]

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    Art & Copy, Pineapple Express, Stalker, Moneyball (45/21)

    by  • 1/21/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    ART & COPY – This almost makes me think that advertising has a higher purpose. I almost leave this documentary wishing there was more advertising that tell such true and honest stories about the products that they’re selling… Oh, wait, feeling’s gone. It’s an interesting look at how advertising happens – from the back room, […]

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