BONUS!! Ep 246 With Neil T Weakley Live from Shriekfest!


BONUS EPISODE! Chris and Graham talk about why Sony let the terrorists win.  Some good fan feedback and Neil T. Weakley goes to interview indie filmmakers at 2014 Shriekfest.  IT IS A HOLLIDAY MIRACLE!

Asylum Review Part 1

I have just watched 27 minutes of this hour and half movie, and my bootleg copy has locked up. But I am THANKFUL. If you don’t know the back story this, it  is so bad it’s funny. If you know the back story, it is so atrocious it’s hilarious!! DISCLAIMER: I am acting IN this…

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Big Eyes Review

First, let me just say, I am a huge fan of Tim Burton.  And that ain’t easy, sometimes, let me tell you as you’re trying to sit through a remake of… well, any remake he has made. But From Pee Wee’s Big Adventure to Edward Scissorhands to yes, even Sleepy Hollow, I enjoy my time…

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The Imitation Game Review

With Oscar season well upon us, The Imitation Game definitely has a hat in the ring. It’s a historical drama primarily set during World War II, about a man many people may only know by name, but not by deed. I had heard of Alan Turing and vaguely knew his role in WWII, but I…

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St. Vincent Review

I love Bill Murray. We all do, don’t we? He can nearly do no wrong. Ok, he’s done a few movies he’d probably like to forget about, but let’s face it, even a bad Bill Murray movie is still pretty watchable. Remember Quick Change, or Larger Than Life, the one with the elephant? I know,…

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Interstellar Review

It’s safe to say that Christopher Nolan is one of those directors whose films are always near the top of my most anticipated list. Even when he’s making you work hard by wondering if his screen logic holds water, he’s still entertaining you like few film makers can. Yeah, I’m talking about Inception. With Interstellar,…

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Birdman review

I’ve loved Michael Keaton since junior high. Before Batman, and before he slept with Courtney Cox, he was mine. I sat in a theater watching Mr. Mom and about midway through, I started crying. It’s not a sad movie, in fact there’s not a sad part in it. But there was something about watching Michael…

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John Wick review

Stuntmen David Leitch and Chad Stahelski’s revenge bloodbath John Wick seems to have been borne out of this concept: Take the best scene from The Matrix, distill it down to its essential elements, and make an entire movie out of that. Thus we have an incredibly stylish, stylized film that is almost entirely composed of…

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