Shut Up and Take My Money!

Today’s Amazon Deal is Hard to Beat

With confirmation that Pacific Rim 2 coming (Yay!) it makes sense that endless versions of the Pacific Rim Blu-ray are being released. Money money money, right? Well in this case the deal includes a badass statuette of the Gypsy Danger. 

Seriously, who doesn’t want this thing? 

The Strain

Three episodes in and @TheStrainFX holding it’s own. #vampires #GuillermoDelToro
— Raw Movie Review (@RawMovieReviews) July 30, 2014

Three episodes in and The Strain is turning out to be fairly decent. The show is a slow burn, building characters, establishing plot points, setting all the pieces in their proper place. 

Guillermo Del Toro so far is proving that sometimes the film is better than the book. 

Zombie Night — Not the worst of the Asylum Films. I think.

zombies eat people in asylum film

Here is an equation review of Zombie Night:


(still with me?) plus…

(still with me????) then…


Confusing? Yep. 

Q: Was it that bad?
A: Yeah, it was.

Q: But there are so many actors in it, how can it be that bad?
A: When you spend all your money on name recognition and little on the screenplay. Well, eh.

Q: John Gulager directed this? Name sounds familiar…
A: Directed Feast on the last season of Project Greenlight. Feast is a much much better movie.

Q: Was the writing really that bad?
A: Let me put it this way…

Mad Max Fury Road —- I think I just had an orgasm.

Let’s get one thing straight, The Road Warrior is the very best movie to ever come from the land down under. Period. 

Mel Gibson will forever be Max and G.I. Joe toys were only ever fun when playing out the final tanker chase all over the house.
Reboots, remakes, re-imaginings, bah. They are nothing more than Hollywood’s attempt to cash in on the past with little risk. Ya know, like risk vs reward. 
So don’t try and sway me with this new Mad Ma…. wait… is that Tom Hardy? Hmmm…

Oh my jesus lord. I’ve had an orgasm.