Dread

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  1. The Glorias: Not a huge fan of artsy fartsy biopics, but this one was pretty good. Julianne Moore and the woman who plays slightly younger Gloria Steinem were great. Clueless: watched this with Stacy and her girls last night. Fuck, this movie is fucking funny. It holds up incredibly well. It also mixes very broad comedy and slapstick with clever satire delightfully. Vampires vs. The Bronx: oldest is in quarantine thanks to his fast food job at his mom's so youngest and I watched this tonight. Not bad. Simple PG 13 fair. The main kid would be great as a live action Miles Morales.
  2. Goddess Mode #1: not my thing, and I am not the audience. Hellboy Winter Special 2018: Why not? It was good for the most part. Infinity Wars Sleepwalker #4: I really lost steam on this one. Justice League Dark #6: fuck this book's good! Miles Morales Spider-Man #1: so very little happened in this issue that it's just not the type of storytelling I'm looking for now. Seems like a waste of time. I haven't used the term "decompressed" in reference to storytelling in a long time, but this is just overboard. Murder Falcon #3: This series is so damned fun. Outer Darknes
  3. Observe and Report: this was pretty funny at parts, and Ray Liotta was great. Anna Faros is great as per usual. It has one of the most shocking things I've ever seen in a comedy. Other than that, it's a pretty rough watch. All 6 live action Resident Evil Films: reviews forthcoming Features: 116 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  4. Die Kitty Die #1-4: Dan Parent (Archie) doing fun sexy comics is good. Suicide Squad Black Files #2: not as in to the Katana story as the other magic-based one, but that tracks for my regular thoughts. Not too bad, Not as good as #1. I'll give it one more. The Freeze #1: the first high-concept sci fi comic to catch my attention in issue one in ages. I'll check out more. Uncanny X-Men #4: this shit is bonkers and I love it. Winter Soldier #1: not bad, but not good enough to read more. X-Men The Exterminated #1: not bad. Asgardians of the Galaxy #4: still really fun
  5. Captain Fantastic: funny, charming, smart, beautifully acted and shot, and achingly painful. Beautiful. Watched this with the girlfriend last night and we both cried several times throughout. To say it's beautifully-acted with Viggo Mortensen is involved is obvious, and there's probably no other actor who emotes with their face as well as him, but there isn't a single actor in this movie who doesn't kill it from beginning to end., Yes, Frank Langella, and Ann Dowd, but all the kids are great too. Lovely film. Stacy also said that Viggo's character "is totally you if you liked the outdoors." Ha
  6. Naked Gun: holy fuck, this movie rules. Both sons laughed their asses off. It holds up incredibly well. Features: 108 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  7. Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm: Sidesteps how impossible it is for him to ambush people in America anymore pretty well. I heard bad things, but I thought it was pretty great. Not as funny as the first, but this has a story, and it's a pretty good one. The real star is Maria Bakalova. Man! She's great. Features: 107 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  8. Wish Upon: the Halloween night movie with the girlfriend. It was pretty inert throughout. Basically what you expect with a "wishes go bad" movie. Still: brings up a Chinese demon that never appears and that's bullshit. Give me a monster to look at, motherfuckers. Borat: will probably watch the new one tomorrow. But this was hilarious. Features: 106 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  9. Knives Out: seeing Ready or Not prompted me finally watching this, and man! I could live in this cast forever. Great movie. And I generally hate whodunnits. Blood Quantum: review forthcoming Features: 104 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  10. Fuck. That's brutal. I'm sorry.
  11. Am I the only one who's seen the horror workout video with Quigley? I mean, it's the only workout video I've seen that starts out with a shower scene and devolves into a zombie attack.
  12. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: seriously, the only thing wrong with this movie is that its title might as well be a translation of the first film's title. That's it. War for the Planet of the Apes: brilliant. Honestly,if a green screen actor was ever going to get an Oscar, it would have had to be Serkis for this one. Features: 102 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  13. Spontaneous: it has to be one of the best movies of the year. Underwater: this is like The Descent meets Alien underwater (duh). It's solid and occasionally surprising. Very well-acted. Rise of the Planet of the Apes: Been a while since I'd seen this one, but rewatched it with the boys last night. It holds up really well. Shocking that it's the worst of the trilogy, but it's still so good. Features: 100 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  14. At this point, I've seen that movie, probably 30 times and the nurse station jump scare still gets me. It's PERFECT. Ready or Not: review forthcoming Features: 97 Shorts: 2 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 3
  15. Uncanny X-Men #3: Man, this series is killing it. I still haven't gotten to the "X of" event, but the X-books are rocking in 2019 Border Town #4: eh...kind of boring and then a hammer smash of an ending. Doomsday Clock #8: still pretty great. Grumble #1: couldn't even finish it. Hack/Slash vs. Chaos #1: Jesus, this is trash. Maybe I'll read the rest if it makes the next H/S compendium. But not otherwise. Immortal Hulk The Best Defense #1: this is great Marvel Knights #3: this was the worst of the three so far, but the others were amazing, so I'm sticking with it.