Tag Archive for 'Elizabeth Mitchell'

It’s Your God Given Right To ‘Purge’ This ‘Election Year’ (Movie Review)

Something weird happened in 2014.  My girlfriend made me take her to see The Purge: Anarchy in the theater.  Why is this newsworthy?  Hold on!  I’m getting to it.  I like a slow burn.  Haha.  It’s remarkable because of my  disdain of the first entry in this Purge franchise.  I initially absolutely hated the concept […]


‘The Purge’ Finds A Winning Vote In Aptly-Titled ‘Election Year’ (Movie Review)

There is something to admire in The Purge franchise that has stemmed from a singular voice, writer/director James DeMonaco. This twisted franchise has not been my favorite, but it has been influenced by topical subject matter that now pushes this latest entry, The Purge: Election Year, to a point that almost feels plausible. Some audiences […]


Revolution: The Complete Second & Final Season (Blu-ray Review)

Farewell, Revolution! You may be missed by some, but I for one am thankful for your departure. Creator Erik Kripke and his writers had nowhere to go with the story, a common fate amongst many television series. Revolution would have been a fine film, or an effective miniseries, but stretching it out as they did […]


Gia (Blu-ray Review)

Let’s be completely honest, I agreed and wanted review Gia because of Angelina Jolie.  Okay, let me clarify…because of the nudity associated and promised with this title.  Many Bothan spies died getting me this information, so I was hoping their deaths wouldn’t be in vain.  Thankfully for me, and the memories and valor of those […]