Dread

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  1. MacGruber: the boys are both addicted to The Office, so they wanted to watch this. Boy does it ever suck? Yes, it does. Features: 12 Shorts: Documentaries: 1 Rewatches:
  2. Tammy and the T-Rex: wow...review forthcoming. (Yes the gore cut) Knowing: this was a genuinely good movie. It has some bad CGI, but I really enjoyed it. I don't know how I feel about the ending, but I enjoyed the bulk of it. Cage is...subdued here. And it works. Features: 11 Shorts: Documentaries: 1 Rewatches:
  3. The Sheik: what a delightful man. Honestly. His drug addiction stuff is hard to watch, but it never turns him into a monster. Next: trying to fill the holes in my Nic Cage filmography with watches and long overdue rewatches. This was a first time watch for me. It's actually pretty fun. It is pulpy AF. It's stupid, but it's got a lot of heart. Jessica Biel deserved the Oscar for this. I was surprised by the end. I would watch this again. Next up...Knowing. Features: 9 Shorts: Documentaries: 1 Rewatches:
  4. I can't think of two different movies: Hot Tub Time Machine 2: This was fun as fuck. I enjoyed the change in template, but I feel like the film suffers from lack of Cusack. Midsommar: I don't want to say much about this film, because I feel a review is in the making. But, holy shit. Wish I'd been able to see this in 2019 now that I think of last year's best, if you catch my drift. Features: 8 Shorts: Documentaries: Rewatches:
  5. Hot Tub Time Machine: pretty decent. Very predictable, but there are good performances. Sebastian Stan as the villain of EVERY eighties movie was a delightful surprise. Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell: review forthcoming Features: 6 Shorts: Documentaries: Rewatches:
  6. That looks fucking great.
  7. Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies: review forthcoming Features: 4 Shorts: Documentaries: Rewatches:
  8. This is the director's cut. The reshoots apparently introduced a new character and they aren't using them.
  9. I haven't seen a hell of a lot of the past two years, but here goes: Best 2010: I Saw The Devil 2011: Melancholia 2012: Cabin in the Woods 2013: Spring Breakers 2014: The Guest 2015: Mad Max: Fury Road (seriously, though. A horrible year in film.) 2016: The Handmaiden 2017: Logan 2018: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse 2019: US Favourite 2010: Valhalla Rising 2011: Drive Angry 2012: The Raid: Redemption 2013: Hard to Be a God 2014: The Guest 2015: The Lobster 2016: The VVitch 2017: Get Out 2018: Isle of Dogs 2019: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  10. The Equalizer: Boy I slept on this one. I loved it. I want to watch the sequel ASAP. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: wonderful film. I was thinking that Tarantino's movies where he subverts history (Inglourious Basterds and this one) are my favourites, but then I remembered Jackie Brown and realized I love all his films that he doesn't appear in. But then I guess that counts Kill BIll, so I don't know what's going on. Pitt is excellent in this one. DiCaprio is having a blast. Kind of wish there was more for Margot Robbie to do, but the scene in the movie theatre was beautiful. Wishmaster: review forthcoming. Features: 3 Shorts: Documentaries: Rewatches:
  11. It looks pretty heavily implied that she's Miss Sinister. Is that why the delay I wonder? Same character in Dark Phoenix? They trying to wait for the stink to waft away? Like I said for the last trailer a bajillion years ago: I'm in. Looks great!
  12. Major League: was going to count this as a rewatch, but I guess I watched it in 2018. Still pretty great. Final tally: Features: 186 Shorts: 15 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 6
  13. Immortal Hulk #5-16: tried to get started on catching up on the best comic series of the year. Twelve more issues and it's undeniable. Legion of Super-Heroes Enemy Rising: this was awful. Savage Dragon #244-5: still fun.One classic villain and another brand new one. Larsen is doing fan service AND creating new characters like he always has consistently. The Wild Storm Volume 3: still outstanding. Captain America Epic Collection The Super Stratagem: Mark Gruenwald's run on this book is quite possible the greatest writer run on a superhero comic of all-time. Just so vibrant and powerful and fun and dramatic consistently. Comics: 218 Trades: 18 Graphic Novels: 11 Omnibus: 4
  14. Uncle Drew: dumb and fails that it's cast with athletes and not comedic actors. This is the ultimate example of a meme that became a movie and it sucks. But, good lord, am I in love with Tiffany Haddish? Yes, yes I am. Ted: I never thought I would say this, but one of the best fight scenes of the past ten years was a man and a CGI teddy bear in a hotel. Honestly, Family Guy comedy works better asw a movie than it does a nonstop pukefest of stupid bro-shit on a TV show. Paperhouse/Blood Punch/Starfish: reviews forthcoming Old School: Doesn't hold up completely, but still tons of laughs. Features: 185 Shorts: 15 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 6
  15. Long Shot: not bad. I never saw the trailer, just heard the premise, not the whole premise. I was surprised that this wasn't JUST a movie about a normal guy and supernaturally hot woman. Decent date movie. Late Night: You can tell that Mindy Kaling really loves Emma Thompson, and you can't blame her. This feels very autobiographical and I appreciated it. The Mindy show never hit me because I couldn't give a shit about an upscale office of bumbling idiot gynaecologists. This was good. Emma Thompson is incredible. So is John Lithgow. Hugh Dancy was great to see too. Are We Not Cats/Darling: reviews forthcoming Godzilla: King of the Monsters: review forthcoming Features: 179 Shorts: 15 Documentaries: 13 Rewatches: 6