Slightly Incongruous Thoughts on TWD 6A

Editor's note: Although I have had occasion to wax un-poetically about some of the television I enjoy,… [more]

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ILC does #NYCC2015: A Singular Experience

Two weeks have passed and I am still processing my NYCC (New York Comic Con) 2015 experience. It was… [more]

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Noir In Color

So here we are ... it is the end of November. This post was originally meant to be part of a series in… [more]

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Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Stays Woke

Usually I would not bother to flag this as a spoiler free post because I generally attempt to leave out… [more]

Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Stays Woke Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Stays Woke

Closing Out 2015

This has been an interesting year to say the least. While it might not have been reflected in my blog… [more]

Closing Out 2015 Closing Out 2015

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On the occasion of Paul Newman's 91st birthday, I would like to run down what is part of my essential Newman viewing (A Newman Dozen [12 plus 1]). Some picks may be obvious, others I like because, heck I like them. Where applicable I will offer up some explanation where there may need to be … [Read More...]

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Happy New Year all! I just realized that this is my first post in the Year of our Lord, 2016. Which makes me happy and sad - happy because, well I have finally gotten around to it and sad, because the subject of this post is to do the recently announced 88th Academy Award nominations. When I … [Read More...]

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Closing Out 2015

This has been an interesting year to say the least. While it might not have been reflected in my blog posts, I have in fact seen a lot of films. And that is what I want this, my last blog post for 2015 (New York Time) to be dedicated to ... giving a shout out to a couple of films I saw (and enjoyed) … [Read More...]

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Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Stays Woke

Usually I would not bother to flag this as a spoiler free post because I generally attempt to leave out major plot details in my reviews, but in this case, I guess I will. If you have come this far and are still curious about my thoughts, just know that you are in a safe place here with i luv … [Read More...]

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The Runaway Success of the Ava DuVernay Barbie (& Why It’s So Important)

Earlier this year when Mattel launched their Sheroes one-off doll series, made to celebrate Variety Magazine's Power of Women Luncheon honorees, a lot of buzz was generated around the inclusion of filmmaker Ava DuVernay (director of indie gem Middle of Nowhere and 2014's critically-acclaimed but … [Read More...]

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Trailer Trash (Talking) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

So yeah I watched this trailer. My initial thoughts? Well, I did not laugh this time - that is definitely a plus. When I saw the teaser that was released earlier this year before a film I do not even recall now (maybe Age of Ultron?), was left in tears. The trailer was dark, the voices were … [Read More...]

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Slightly Incongruous Thoughts on TWD 6A

Editor's note: Although I have had occasion to wax un-poetically about some of the television I enjoy, the original plan was not to post this review here on my main blog. However, as I started to write, it became a little longer than I had planned so please indulge me and hopefully enjoy my take on … [Read More...]

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Noir In Color

So here we are ... it is the end of November. This post was originally meant to be part of a series in association with the celebration known as "Noirvember" but alas life gets away from you sometimes and plans go awry. But have no fear - I hereby present you with a condensed version of the … [Read More...]

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“Alien: Covenant” Title Treatment, Synopsis and Release Date Revealed

I thought this might be of interest to some of my readers - the title treatment for the forthcoming second chapter in the Alien prequel trilogy, Alien: Covenant: ... and here is the official plot synopsis: Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created in ALIEN with ALIEN: COVENANT, the … [Read More...]

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Spectre (2015)

I have actually been lamenting putting this one together because I don't know where to start or finish. I finally decided, what the hell - I might as well put it out there and say I did not enjoy Spectre as much as I wanted to. In fact, my level of ambivalence was so great, that during the … [Read More...]