Carlie (The Blasphemous Wench)
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I haven’t finished my Iron Man 3 review yet — work keeps getting in the way, dammit, and also writing that could, at least potentially, make me some money, and reading too, because The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of … Continue reading
Stephen King adaptations are, historically, not awesome. For every Stand by Me or The Shawshank Redemption, there is a Needful Things – or a Dreamcatcher – or a Children of the Corn – or a Lawnmower Man – or a Maximum Overdrive – or a Tommyknockers – or, hell, even a Haven. Which, hey, could be good, … Continue reading
When it comes to James Bond, I’m fairly ambivalent. I find a handful of the Sean Connery movies enjoyable enough – Goldfinger might be my favorite, or at least the one that sticks out the most in my mind — and … Continue reading
We don’t really go for the inspirational Christmas films in the St. George household. For instance . . . Yeah, it’s totally a Christmas movie.
A few weeks ago, my friend Cory recommended a movie that I had never heard of before called Plunkett & Macleane. Now, Cory and I seem to have fairly similar tastes in things — I particularly adored Scott Lynch’s The Lies of … Continue reading
My sister challenged me to write a review for Clue. I laughed at her. Then I tried it. Warnings for self-indulgent nostalgia.
Well, here it is, the last of the Batman movies. (Until July.) The Dark Knight Rises has a lot to live up to.