Posts Tagged: reviews


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47 Ronin is a fantastical retelling of history, based on the legend of a group of samurai who avenged their master’s ┬áhonor. The movie combines the legend of the actual 47 Ronin, a little re-writing and a dash of Japanese mythology. Overall, I found that it was a fun ride and a very pretty movie… Read more »

GEEK REVIEW: ‘Psychoville’

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Imagine the following people: A delusional birthing coach who thinks her toy baby is real and feeds it blood, a degenerate children’s entertainer who is missing a hand and always in a scary clown costume, a blind rich old man who is obsessed with collecting beanie babies, a mother and son who are perversely codependent… Read more »

Webcomic Review: The Beast Legion

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Lithopia… a land of immense natural beauty ruled by the covenant of Kings of the Minos faction for centuries. But not too long ago, the land was under the threat of a dark force known as the Shadow Nexus. It was the brave efforts of King Vokan and the last of the Wizards that banished… Read more »

The Company of Wolves, a True Red Riding Hood Adaptation

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Fairy tales are stories that most of us have known ever since we can remember. As we grow older and acquire a greater understanding of the world, so do we for the meanings of those stories. Mature adaptations of fairy tales, when done right, express their different psychological layers and help us to resonate with… Read more »

Prince Naveen is the New Aladdin

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I’m just kidding- Aladdin will always have the #1 spot in my little Disney girl heart! The moment I flew back home from my holiday trip, I promptly convinced my boyfriend to watch Disney’s The Princess and the Frog in the theaters! It has been a long time since I’ve watched a 2D animated film… Read more »

Viggo and I

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Last night, I cozied up in front of my laptop and watched A History of Violence for the first time. I liked the movie and let’s all admit that Viggo Mortensen was just smokin’ in that film to make up for all that it lacked. Am I biased because I think Viggo is wonderful?! Maybe…… Read more »