Category: tv/movies

Baby Driver review

Edgar Wright is one of the most unique directors ever and has made some of the best movies of recent years including the cornetto trilogy and of course Scott Pilgrim vs the World. In his latest film Baby Driver, he tells the story of a young getaway driver working to pay off a debt owed

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G.L.O.W. Episode 1-2 review

The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling attacked our TV’s in the late 80’s.  With such roster stars as Big Bad Mama and Thunderbolt, the show was easily imprinted on me as I grew up.  It was a pretty amazing idea at the time as women’s wrestling was regarded as a joke (not unlike women’s wrestling of

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Hollywood Memorabilia

I like to consider myself a hobbyist collector. I’m not overly serious about it, but I do find it fun collecting weird little chotchkies, an occasional rare book or comic book, and limited print posters. This often leads me down the internet rabbit hole, browsing eBay late at night and even other higher end auction

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The Mummy 2017 Review

The Mummy 2017 Cinematic Universes are the big thing in Hollywood right now. Marvel revolutionized storytelling in film by creating a series of movies that introduced great characters that could reappear in other films without having to be a sequel. Since the first Avengers movie every studio has tried to create their own universe and

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Movie Review: Nerds of a Feather

Writer/co-director/producer/star Mario Romeo Milano created something special for you. This is the artifact he left behind. The 1980’s irritated him in a singular way, and this pearl was formed. A pearl of talking dogs, slapstick, accents, little people, and plaids. Buckets fall upon heads, skirts are up-looked by dogs, thongs are seen, art happens while

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