Dread

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  1. Invaders #1:I read this when I was in the cups, and couldn't remember a page of it. Then I reread it and actually teared up twice. What a great first issue. Love the Invaders and this is the right way of going about telling more of their story. Justice League Dark #7: this was really fucking cool. An anthology story featuring Man-Bat as the Cryptkeeper setting up the next big bad. Solid. Marvel Comics Presents #1: this was really fun. All the stories were good. Of course, it's anchored by Wolverine as the original was. Loved the Namor story. Return of Wolverine #4: pretty forget
  2. A-HA! I remembered it. Untrue: I remembered to look through my "watch it again" thing on Netflix. YOU CANNOT KILL DAVID ARQUETTE. This was actually a very good movie, and I really enjoyed it. I've always liked him, and even though he's a dumbass, he's got a lot of passion. If you don't know, this is a documentary about him getting self-retribution for the wrestling stuff, by...wrestling for real. I know I already counted it, but I'm amending because I counted it as a feature and not a doc. Features: 20 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 3 Rewatches: 0
  3. Yeah, I left it too long. Then I was in the basement watching something else when I remembered. Then I forgot again. 🤷‍♂️ Bliss: This is one of three movies with that name that have come out in the past couple years and are on Prime. This is ANOTHER movie my girlfriend chose as something romantic to watch on Valentine's because she wanted a regular romance or romantic comedy and, of course, like the last one, it is a mindfuck. This one isn't as successful as Palm Springs. 1. It has Owen Wilson. I don't like him. 2. It doesn't pay off. It doesn't make sense. They don't explain things becau
  4. Goddammit! I remembered the movie I forgot last night. Then I forgot it again. Haha! Fuck it! I'm counting it. Features: 20 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 2 Rewatches: 0
  5. I'm missing a movie that I watched before the one below but I can't remember for the life of me. Get Him To The Greek: youngest wanted to watch Hangover III AGAIN, but this movie came up in the Netflix search so i pulled an audible and we watched this instead. I think it's a great example of Jonah Hill being possibly the greatest straight-man in modern comedy and Brand, who I don't really like, is great as a rock star. Elizabeth Moss is delightful in an early role and O'Brien from TNG/DS9 is great too. Features: 19 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 2 Rewatches: 0
  6. I haven't. I have a very low attention span for audio drama, which is weird coming from someone who planned and scripted one of his own that went nowhere. I like the idea, and the setup is a little on the nose being that Logan is obviously being set up as the killer in the first issue, but I enjoy the peripheral characters who are the only ones you actually hang out with in issue one.
  7. The Punisher #6: holy shit. Where are they going with this? This truly is the golden age of Punisher comics. Turok #1: I really want a good Turok comic.This isn't it. Uncanny X-Men #8, 9: this is crazy. Love Legion stories. Wolverine the Long Night #1: I was prepared to not give this the time of day, but I really like it. This is the comic adaptation of the audio drama, right? X-23 #8: Not sure how long we're going to beat the dead clone horse here, but here we are. Asgardians of the Galaxy #5: the first one of these I didn't like. Babyteeth #14: goddamn. This is
  8. Billy Jack/The Trial of Billy Jack/Billy Jack Goes to Washington: reviews forthcoming. Rivers and Roads: The Head and the Heart Live From Pike Place: this is a documentary/performance film about my girlfriend's favourite band. It's like The Last Waltz-style presentation (not so deep on the interviews) with the added awkwardness of a former band member being interviewed. Pretty good. We're watching Some Kind of Monster next. Haha! Features: 18 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 2 Rewatches: 0
  9. It's a gooder. Biohazard: Degeneration/Biohazard: Damnation/Resident Evil: Vendetta: reviewed the three RE animated movies for the patreon supporters. The Born Losers: review forthcoming Shirley: look, they fictionalize the writing of Hangsaman with a script that is sometimes sloppy and rudderless. But I truly appreciate a biopic of Shirley Jackson that feels like one of her novels. It's a fun exercise that works probably better than it should. The performances in this are top-tier. Especially Elizabeth Moss. The score is INCREDIBLE. This is a best of year list contender for sur
  10. Blood Moon/Chopping Mall: reviews forthcoming Whiplash: Jesus...Teller is amazing in this. So is Guttenberg. But JK Simmons acting is still sitting in my head this morning. It is one of the finest performances I've ever seen. Why did I not watch this sooner? Features: 10 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 0
  11. Counterpoint: The show has always been stupid. Entertaining, but stupid.
  12. Psycho Goreman: holy hell, this is fun s fuck. Interview with writer/director in Monday's episode of DM. The Void: co-written and co-directed by the same guy. One of there best horror films of the past decade. One of the best cosmic horror films of all-time. Blade Trinity: Not only did I forget Patton Oswalt and Natasha Lyonne were in the film, but I also forgot that the last half of the movie is shot at a decommissioned floating McDonalds I ate at when I was six. Weird. Also, the movie isn't as bad as everyone (including me in the past) says about it. Don't get me wrong, it mostly s
  13. Die #2: I can't explain why, but I'm out. Not grabbing me. Gunning for Hits #1: Decent. Not worth following though. Heroes in Crisis #4: still digging this. Infinity Wars Infinity #1: waste of time. Man Without Fear #1, 2: Nawww...I'm good. Marvel Knights 20th #5: It's losing its shine a bit but there's only one more to go. Murder Falcon #4: still really fun. Outer Darkness #3: Yeah, I'm out. Taking its sweet time. Time that I don't have, Prodigy #2: yeah, this is not good. Shatterstar #4: you know, for a character I've never cared about, this is a
  14. Fight Club: I haven't watched it in ages, but the bus wanted to. Davin was paying lots of attention, and when they're trolling support groups he asked "is she even real?" about HB Carter's character. He was on to something for sure. Haha! Amazingly well-edited movie. Norton's great. Very dated movie. Features: 3 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 0
  15. Musangwe Fight Club: this is a bland BBC documentary about a two-week stint every year in a tribal area of South Africa where men from either side of a river come and fight each other in bare-knuckle boxing matches. I found it intriguing, but honestly, got a little sick to my stomach when I discovered 11-12 year old boys were doing it too. Weird watch. Like a Boss: The Tiffany Haddish/Rose Byrne movie. Salma Hayek was great, and I usually LOVE Haddish, but didn't enjoy this movie that much. Features: 2 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 0