Search


Viewing 241 - 260 of 307 results
Jun
21st
2015

Review: Alien (1979) · 3:39am Jun 21st, 2015

This movie is fucked up man.

So I finally saw Ridley Scott's iconic sci-fi/horror landmark of claustrophobic horror and nightmare fuel Alien.

And dear God is it is possibly the most unadulterated horrifically terrifying films I've ever seen.

Read More

Oct
20th
2015

Review: Cinderella (2015) · 12:56am Oct 20th, 2015

Okay I actually watched this last week, but my internet was down, so I’m posting it now.

Go figure.

Kenneth Branagh’s live action adaptation/remake of the original 1950 Disney version of Cinderella manages to capture the spirit of the original almost perfectly, while still being able to stand on it’s own as a film.

Read More

Nov
21st
2017

TIMBERSAW'S TI6 REHEARSALS: Director's CUT! - Dota 2 Short Film Contest · 7:12am Nov 21st, 2017

Mar
2nd
2018

The Ensuing Calm · 2:44am Mar 2nd, 2018

Well I'm back as I said, feeling quite buzzed as the credits to the MLP movie are about done rolling. I'll try to make my thoughts on the whole thing coherent, but before I ramble on I will say this upfront: I was not all that offended by this film. In fact, it was okay. (Most of) The new characters introduced, the new locations, some of the songs I quite liked. That may be the alcohol talking and I may have different thoughts when I sobered up, but I'll give this movie a 7.5/10. Not that great

Read More

Aug
27th
2015

Review: Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981) · 2:25am Aug 27th, 2015

In my continuing (and very belated) journey through the world of Mad Max, I have now seen the second entry in the franchise, and the one that most influenced the popular image of Mad Max on our end of the globe (the good old US of A).

The film I'm speaking of is, of course, The Road Warrior, which serves as a perfect sequel to the first film. And, in many ways, serves as a flash forwards of sorts to the absolutely awesome Fury Road, which would be released almost 30 years later.

Read More

Aug
15th
2015

Review: Fantastic Four (2015) · 12:06am Aug 15th, 2015

You know, it's rather obvious by this point where this review is going to go.

Read More

Jun
19th
2015

Review: Jackie Brown (1997) · 7:41pm Jun 19th, 2015

So I decided to watch what many say is an underrated Tarantino film, his low-key ode to Blaxploitation and so far only adapted work, Jackie Brown, based on the novel Rum Punch.

And I thought it was pretty damn good.

Read More

Aug
7th
2015

Review: Ant-Man (2015) (Obvious spoilers) · 5:26pm Aug 7th, 2015

So, I finally got to see Ant-Man, and it was a very entertaining film.

Read More

Jan
19th
2017

Magnetic Videography - United Artists and everyone else. · 1:04am Jan 19th, 2017

Jul
27th
2015

Review: Rob Roy (1995) · 2:04am Jul 27th, 2015

Dear lord above on the glen this film is bad.

1995's Rob Roy is a sluggish, two and a half hour bore fest that drags itself along, driven by a horrifically idiotic and badly put together plot, and acting that, with the exception of John Hurt and Tim Roth, is monotonous and bland.

Read More

May
6th
2017

Some Ideas I Have For My YouTube Channel · 1:28am May 6th, 2017

I have a couple of ideas for some YouTube videos I want to do.

This has nothing to do with the regular content that will be on my YouTube channel. This will more be like the fan related content. I might start off with making fan-related stuff and slowly move up to doing original videos (which I have pages of notes about).

Read More

Oct
29th
2015

Review: Black Mass (2015) · 10:34pm Oct 29th, 2015

Scott Cooper's slow burn character study of infamous Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger is a showcase for a truly transformative performance by Johnny Depp, and while slow moving, is still an effective and engrossing portrait of Bulger.

Read More

Sep
11th
2015

Review: Gone with the Wind (1939) · 6:58pm Sep 11th, 2015

Trying to describe the sheer epic scope, drama, and downright awesomeness of Gone with the Wind in a single review, as opposed to several thesis papers is pretty much impossible. There's so much in this film to touch on, from the character arcs, to the subtext, to metaphorical imagery to it's impact on the film art form as a whole.

That being said, I will still try to explain why I think it's probably the greatest American film ever made.

Read More

Dec
4th
2015

Review: Drive (2011) · 2:07am Dec 4th, 2015

Nicolas Winding Refn's brutal, bare bones neo-noir tale is a dreamlike, intensely cerebral thriller, interspersed with explosions of brutal, uncompromising violence. Combine that with Refn's supremely singular visual motif of primary colors, and hyper stylized slow motion, and you have an incredibly unique, yet vital entry into the genre.

Read More

May
26th
2016

Want Extra Promotion? · 5:09pm May 26th, 2016

Want Extra Promotion?

Feel free to promote things in all of my Facebook promotion groups for even more promotion opportunities.

You can find them here:

Post Your heART:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/PostYourheART

Magic Metal Island RP:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/MagicMetalIslandRP

Read More

Jul
20th
2017

Dreams on "Game of Thrones" · 4:14pm Jul 20th, 2017

Hey all. Guess I'm still alive. Haven't been feeling much inclination to doing much on the site, but I'm still reading almost nothing but pony fanfics (re-reading, mostly). I am actually working on the next entry of Grammar for Real People, and a while ago I made a lot of progress sprucing up my plans for Minoan Crisis, as well as preparing for a large project I may or may not have hinted at in the past. Here's hoping any of those actually bear fruit anytime soon.

Read More

Nov
7th
2015

Review: Capote (2005) · 1:24am Nov 7th, 2015

Bennett Miller's cerebral, almost surgically precise retelling of famed writer Truman Capote's writing of Capote's magnum opus "In Cold Blood", is not only a vehical for a tour de force performance by Philip Seymour Hoffman, but also a fascinating character study of Capote, and his obsession with the brutal murder and one of the murderers themselves.

Read More

Jun
18th
2016

Review: True Grit (2010) · 2:25am Jun 18th, 2016

When I first saw True Grit not long after its release, I didn't quite understand it. Here was a film that seemed to be a straightforward revenge tale, but with an ending that, at the time, seemed a bit of a downer. However, I have now revisited the film, and have done so with a far better knowledge of the style that the Coen Brothers have carefully cultivated, and now I can say that I have come to an understanding with the film, and in doing so, have found yet another excellent western

Read More

May
21st
2016

Still editing, but here's another story to bribe you. · 7:20pm May 21st, 2016

The next chapter is still being edited at the moment, I doubt it will be much longer though as it practically where I would like it to be. In the meantime I have finally figuired out Fanfiction.nets posting system (:yay:).

So I give you my crossover fiction: Zootopia; Lightning!

Read More

Oct
1st
2018

Dr. Wolfula - "Behind the Mask" Review · 11:51am Oct 1st, 2018

Viewing 241 - 260 of 307 results
Join our Patreon to remove these adverts!