From The Trailer Park - Killing Gunther

A group of assassins plot to kill Gunther (Arnold Schwarzenegger), the world’s greatest hitman. He proves to be alot harder to kill than they anticipated. Also stars Taran Killiam and Cobie Smulders.

Written and directed by SNL vet Killiam, this looks like a goofy but entertaining action-comedy. God bless Arnold for once again […]

From The Trailer Park - The Punisher (Teaser)

After being reintroduced in Daredevil season 2, The Punisher (Jon Bernthal) gets his own Netflix series.

Rocky Mountain High

One of the reasons I’m a big supporter of federalism is that it allows individual states to try out new policies, and the rest of us can stand back and gauge the results to see how well they work. (The effect of this is negated somewhat by the fact that liberals tend to force […]

Feminists: Proud Supporters of Actual Rape Culture

In their zeal to push moral relativism and multiculturalism on us, liberals have been aggressively importing and making rationalizations for Muslims and their culture, to the point of feminists even claiming that there is no conflict between women’s rights and Sharia Law. (Just ask the Women’s March, co-founded by a Muslim terror apologist and […]

From The Trailer Park - Death Wish

A remake of the Charles Bronson classic about everyman Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis), who becomes a ruthless vigilante after thugs attack his family. Also stars Dean Norris, Vincent D’Onofrio, Elizabeth Shue, Mike Epps.

Goremeister Eli Roth (Hostel, The Green Inferno) directs a script by Joe Carnahan (The Grey, Smokin’ Aces). Changing the setting […]


From The Trailer Park - Logan Lucky

Two brothers (Channing Tatum, Adam Driver) in North Carolina plan a heist at a NASCAR race with the help of an incarcerated criminal (Daniel Craig). Also stars Katie Holmes, Sebastian Stan and Hillary Swank.

Steven Soderbergh appears to be doing a redneck version of Ocean’s Eleven here. Based on the trailer, it looks […]

Saturday Open Thread

Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing Crime by Pierre Paul Prud’hon (1806)

Perilous Pain Pill Public Policies

Who’d a thunk that well meaning policymakers could screw things up for others? I don’t pretend to know what the solution to the opioid addiction epidemic is — and it is a big problem… but people never seem to remember that any move to resolve an issue always creates other problems. Anyway… this is […]

Tuesday Open Thread