From The Trailer Park -- Star Wars: The Force Awakens #2

OK, finally and properly geeked (at least until I learn Harrison Ford somehow pooped all over this classic character like he did to Indiana Jones).

From the Trailer Park: Brotherhood of Death

Ladies and gents, after what seems like forever away from the interwebs, the greatest trailer of all time. Yes, bold statement, and I believe every bit of it.

From the Trailer Park -- Star Wars: The Force Awakens

No denyin’ some goosebumps on that shot of the Millennium Falcon, but let’s not forget how many of us got all geeked up when we saw the first Phantom Menace trailer. Eh, at least no lens flares in the far, far away galaxy … yet.

From the Trailer Park: Jurassic World

Chris Pratt, welcome to what looks to be back-to-back blockbuster summers.

The Walking Thread: Strangers (S5, E2)

After the non-stop intensity of last week’s season opener, “Strangers” slows things down a bit to give Rick’s group a proper reunion, as this is the first time they’ve all been together (minus one still-missing Beth) since early last season. With everyone reunited and back on the road, the episode starts off a bit […]

The 10 Most Conservative Foreign Movies of All Time

Most Americans tend to avoid any foreign movie that doesn’t involve crouching tigers or hidden dragons (or Monica Belucci), and it’s hard to blame them. The snobby leftists that propagate our culture have gone out of their way to ensure that the foreign movies that get the attention are as artsy, pretentious and anti-American as […]

The Little Documentary That Could

That’s one badass-mofo, and there’s also an Apache in that pic.

Kenn Christenson’s short documentary film entitled; First Attack, The History of the 1-227th Aviation Regiment (narrated by Nick Searcy) has been selected for showing at the Rome (GA) International FIlm Festival.

If you are in the area on SEP 6th feel free to […]

Film Review: Iron Man 3

Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Sam Cooke, Kurt Cobain, James Dean, River Phoneix – name your favorite artist who passed too soon and play the game. What if? What if Hendrix found another sonic barrier out there, or Joplin wedded her blues with her prodigious talent and a hint of stability in her […]

Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises

Director Christopher Nolan’s challenge in making his third Batman movie, “The Dark Knight Rises,” was simple enough – how do you top the untoppable?

It’s a question that hovers over Rises like a shadow in the twilight. Success breeds its own set of challenges, and the challenge for Nolan, who directed what many consider […]

Top Five: Last Five Watched

The Social Network: The plot – a group of drunks and pretentious dweebs in the Ivy League go into business together, then sue each other at the end of the movie. The movie is strangely riveting, given it has so few genuinely likeable characters. It has become a kind of window into the soul. When […]