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  1. Dread

    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    That depends on what kind of movies you watch. The Rake/Skeletons in the Closet: research for an interview Features: 153 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 11  Rewatches:
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    Quality roller coaster finger bang scene.
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    Every comic you've read in 2018

    The Punisher #224: fucking excellent. Basically Punisher vs the Marvel universe but in War machine's armour. Uber Invasion #13: still great. Weapon H #3: I'm still digging this. Dario Agger is the best new Marvel villain in AGES. X-Men Wedding Special #1: ugh...the worst. X-Men Red #4: don't fuck this up don't fuck this up don't fuck this up. Black Hammer Age of Doom #2: fucking great. Brothers Dracul #2: this is really cool. Champions #20: the shine is really off. I'll give it one more. Detective Comics #981: not good. GI Joe vs. Six Million Dollar Man #4: damn...this dropped off in quality big time Her Infernal Descent #2: pretty, but pretty vacant. Hit-Girl #4: solid end to this arc. Hunt for Wolverine Mystery in Madripoor #1: for a bunch of miniseries for a story that will amount to likely nothing and Wolvie will just return on his own, these are really fun. Incredible Hulk #717: this was an appropriate ending. Infinity Countdown Darkhawk #1: Fucking fun, man. Never really liked the character before, but this is cool. Invincible Iron Man #600: like a lot of recent Bendis stuff, it's actually pretty good if you skip the first five pages that have like 7000 words on them. Justice League No Justice #3: story is fun, the art not so much. Old Man Hawkeye #5: sleeper hit of the year. Old Man Logan #40: sad to see this story end so quickly. I like Logan as Glob's mentor. Pumpkinhead #4: solid. Comics: 965  Trades: 33 Graphic Novels: 19 Omnibus: 13
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    The Next Kill/Crystal Eyes: features for the festival My Scientology Movie: I hold Louis Theroux to the same tier as Jon Ronson. They are both very similar in approach. This was terrifyingly nutty. Everyone in it. Absolutely everyone. Features: 151 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 11  Rewatches:
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    Livescream: feature for the festival Terrifier: lighting the indie horror world on fire, but containing at least 5 tropes I never want to see again in a slasher film. There's literally not a single redeeming thing about this movie to me. MAYBE the restaurant scene (y'know, before the killing) but the victims' acting is brutal. Features: 149 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 10  Rewatches:
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    Dead Birds/Extremity: reviews forthcoming Features: 147 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 10  Rewatches:
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    The Music Thread

    This guy, again, is too talented to live. I must destroy him. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ydY8-Uzah8
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    Every comic you've read in 2018

    Ninja-K #7: solid. Peek a Boo #3: this is still really fun. Quicksilver No Surrender #1: Terrible. Superman Special #1:FINALLY settling what happened on Dinosaur Island because you know Bendis isn't going to. Lovely story. The MIghty Thor At the Gates of Valhalla #1: fucking beautiful. Comics: 945 Trades: 33 Graphic Novels: 19 Omnibus: 13
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    Random wrestling thoughts

    Is Lesnar/Strowman not already a set match? I gathered that from Heyman's (insanely good) promo.
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    Mandy: review forthcoming Martyrs: jesus...second review forthcoming. Dark Sense/Little Horror Movie/ Ermon County: Gateway of the Fallen/ Montreal Dead End: features for the festival Features: 145 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 10  Rewatches:
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    What are you watching and enjoying?

    I was all about Lexx. Same category of TV. i.e.: sleazy sexy sci fi.
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    Every comic you've read in 2018

    Joe R. Lansdale's The Drive-In #1-4: from what I recall, this is really early Avatar. Christopher Golden adapting Lansdale's novel. VERY early Jacen Burrows work is rough, but it hints at his later triumphs. Savage Tales of Vampirella: not bad. Not that good either. Suicide Squad #41: still killing it. Immortal Men #2: I'll give it one more issue. Venom #1: Nawww....I'm good. X-Men Blue #27: Great! A Walk Through Hell #1: I'll bite for one more. All-New Wolverine #35: profoundly good. I'll miss this book. Avengers #2: what a dud this reboot has turned into so quickly. I'm out. Batman #47: Jesus, I'll give this one more issue. Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Bloodsuckers #1: this was really fun. Captain America #702: alright. Crude #2: Jesus...it's hard to breathe reading this book. Daredevil #602: really good. Death of Love #4: oof...what a drop in quality. Hunt for Wolverine Claws of a Killer #1: this was really fucking fun. Infidel #3: I'm not so into this. I might give it one more. Infinity Countdown Daredevil #1: how is a story where the street slime bag Turk gets an Infinity Stone this good? How? Justice League No Justice #2: this is such a DC story. I love it. New Challengers #1: oof...not good. Some Eros graphic novels: -Hot Nights in Rangoon: horribly racist unreadable dreck. -Karate Girl 2: also terrible. -Young Witches 2: this is again, an awesome series. Comics: 940 Trades: 33 Graphic Novels: 19 Omnibus: 13
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    Every Film You've Watched in 2018

    My Dead Dad's Porno Tapes: this is a short doc about a man's relationship within distant father. It hits pretty hard for me, but it's light and very well put together. Find it on vimeo or embedded here. Features: 139 Shorts: 43 Documentaries: 10  Rewatches:
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    Random movie and tv thoughts

    I swear that the Bennett character was supposed to be played by Robert Z'dar or something. Would have made a lot more sense.
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    Everything DC

    Ha! Nope. Never even caught it until you mentioned it. I think the general company line on Batman is that he wears the symbol on his chest to offer a target as a subconscious suggestion to shoot there rather than anywhere else.