Carlie St. George
- “Plan B? We Need A Plan C, D, E. We Need More Alphabet.”
- Coming Soon-Ish: Blondes, Clowns, and Apocalypses (Including Ragnarok!)
- My Own Dream Show – A Cast of Characters
- A Challenge, Of Sorts – Cast Your Dream TV Show
- “The Beauty of American Arrogance Is That They Can’t Imagine A World Where They’re Not A Step Ahead.”
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Tag Archives: How Can You Possibly Be This Terrible Without Trying?
So, Suicide Squad was out for about a week before I had the opportunity to see it, and the reviews in that week were . . . not kind. I’d heard from a few people directly who enjoyed the movie, … Continue reading →
Well. I finally started up my Great Star Wars Re-Watch again with Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Man. This movie might actually be worse than I remembered, and I didn’t even like it the first go-round.
(I know. I’m sure everyone’s using that headline, or some variant of. I can’t make myself care. The X-Files sure didn’t.) When I first heard that The X-Files was returning, my interest was rather low. It’s not because I didn’t like The … Continue reading →
Valentine’s Day has come and gone. You know what this means. So-Bad-It’s . . . no, it’s really just bad horror. Your entry for this year’s Bloody Hearts is a spectacularly terrible film called House of Nine, a movie that’s … Continue reading →
So, I’m a quitter. If I decide I don’t want to do something anymore, or it just isn’t worth my time, I’m done. I’m not terribly ashamed of this almost-certain character flaw, but it does sometimes come with devastating consequences, like when … Continue reading →
Splatterfest 2015 has come and gone. Junk food was procured and devoured, bad horror movies were rented and voted upon. The movie my friends chose to watch: The Beast Must Die, a 1974 horror whodunnit starring Grand Moff Tarkin and Albus … Continue reading →
Apparently, failure begets failure. I’m looking at my Best Picture Challenge that I’m miserably behind on, and while I totally have time to catch up — I just don’t want to. Considering these are made-up and deeply insignificant challenges that I’ve … Continue reading →