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‘Warm Bodies’, Slow Corpses, Fun Movie (Movie Review)

It would seem highly unlikely that I would like a romantic comedy with a regular human girl and a hipster zombie as the romantic leads that are supposed to fall in love, but here we are.  Based on description alone, this seemed like a bad idea, but rather than dwell on being a sappy love […]

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Butter (Blu-ray Review)

In Iowa, butter carving is as cut-throat as a Presidential election, plagued with scandal, greed, blackmail, and sex – except with butter!  When long-reigning champion butter sculptor, Bob Pickler (Ty Burrell), is forced to step down, his zealous wife, Laura (Jennifer Garner), enters the competition herself to fight for their status as butter royalty.  A win seems […]

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Comic Con 2012: Adult Swim – The Venture Brothers, NTSF:SD:SUV, And Children’s Hospital

Friday at San Diego Comic Con, within the Hilton’s Indigo Ballroom, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim had a block of its biggest shows all present panels at Comic Con, including a look at their newest series, the animated TV adaptation of Black Dynamite.  I was only able to see the first three Adult Swim panels, which […]

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Hot Tub Time Machine (Blu-ray Review)

I think most people have at some point wondered “what if” whether it’s about a girl or boy in your past or a decision you made long ago that still keeps you awake at night on occasion.  I think if everyone (myself included) were given the opportunity to find out how things could have been […]

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Soak in Blu-ray’s Hot Tub Time Machine

Here’s a title I owe it to myself to see.  I have heard so many good things about it.  Gregg Senko gave an excellent review of it here and I have heard from many people how it was just as funny as last year’s The Hangover  (although I don’t see how that could be possible), […]

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Hot Tub Time Machine An Unexpected Blast

There hasn’t been much promotion for John Cusack’s latest work, Hot Tub Time Machine.  If you are expecting an incredibly ludicrous premise for this film based on that title, then your expectations will be met.  The story focuses on four guys; Adam (John Cusack), Nick (Craig Robinson), Lou (Rob Corddry), and Adam’s nephew, Jacob (Clark […]

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