50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 3 (#30-#21)

Coming hot off the trail of my 100 Best Films of the 90s, I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer you this tasty smorgasbord of stinky crap the 90s strained out of its butt. In a ten year time period between 1990 and 1999, Hollywood made quite possibly more garbage than any other decade. From terribleContinue reading “50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 3 (#30-#21)”

2021 Movie Reviews: The Suicide Squad and Val

Two good ones. The Suicide Squad I’m generally pretty lukewarm on super hero movies. Marvel ones that is, DC ones I tend to avoid like the plague, especially ones with Zach Snyder‘s dumb name printed on them. I had never seen the original Suicide Squad because the trailers made it look like a candy-colored fart,Continue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: The Suicide Squad and Val”

50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 2 (#40-#31)

Coming hot off the trail of my 100 Best Films of the 90s, I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer you this tasty smorgasbord of stinky crap the 90s strained out of its butt. In a ten year time period, Hollywood made quite possibly more garbage during this decade than any other. From terrible video gameContinue reading “50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 2 (#40-#31)”

50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 1 (#50-#41)

Coming hot off the trail of my 100 Best Films of the 90s, I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer you this tasty smorgasbord of stinky crap the 90s strained out of its butt. In a ten year time period, Hollywood made quite possibly more garbage during this decade than any other. From terrible videoContinue reading “50 Worst Films of the 90s: Part 1 (#50-#41)”

2021 Movie Reviews: The Green Knight / Jungle Cruise / Old

Three shitty movies you have to leave your home for. The Green Knight The amazing and gorgeous visuals of David Lowery‘s The Green Knight are completely wasted on a supremely undercooked and emotionally vacant adaptation of the 14th century poem (took them long enough to adapt, huh?), Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The problemContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: The Green Knight / Jungle Cruise / Old”

Franchise with Me: JAWS w/ Danny Gurrola

I remember I didn’t see Jaws until I was in high school because for some reason my father never showed it to me. It was one of the movies I rented with Blockbuster Online, that mailed DVD service that was started as competition for Netflix’s mailed DVD service. I thought it was great which forContinue reading “Franchise with Me: JAWS w/ Danny Gurrola”

100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 10 – (#10-#1)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 10 – (#10-#1)”

2021 Movie Reviews: Black Widow / In the Earth / Pig

A great experience, a not so great experience and an experience for the soul. Black Widow It was 12:15pm and and I still hadn’t gotten out of bed. It was another involuntary late one the previous night, all hopped up on caffeine and pent up fuck energy, watching old Frasier episodes while falling in andContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: Black Widow / In the Earth / Pig”

My 10 Thoughts on Tuesday’s Emmy Nominations

Hey, ya’ll! The Emmy nominations came out for this 2020-2021 television season this past Tuesday and I have to say I have some thoughts. Some good, some bad, most apathetic. Maybe not all the thoughts I could have had because I didn’t see everything and with the absence of major players like Succession, Better CallContinue reading “My 10 Thoughts on Tuesday’s Emmy Nominations”

100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 8 (#30-#21)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 8 (#30-#21)”