August 16, 2010

‘True Blood’ recap: Everything is … nasty

“True Blood,” Season 3, Episode 9: “Everything is Broken” I love “True Blood.” I love horror movies. I love gore. But even I was disgusted with the first five minutes of last night’s “True Blood.” I was literally screaming at the TV during Sookie and Bill’s disgusting shower scene. There’s some things you just shouldn’t […]

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August 16, 2010

‘Mad Men’ recap: The sexual revolution begins

“Mad Men,” Season 4, Episode 4: “The Rejected” And here I thought the Vietnam War was going to take center focus this season on “Mad Men.” Who knew it was actually going to be the battle for sexual liberation. We see nude photos rejected by Life Magazine (hence the brief nudity warning before the episode […]

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August 15, 2010

‘Scott Pilgrim vs The World’ review: Best movie of the summer

Geek movies come and go but “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” is what those movies only wish they could be when they grow up. Edgar Wright‘s video-game/comic-based fantasy-action-comedy, upon first glance, seems like a lot of things it’s not: A film aimed only at nerds, a film that’s trying to play into too many genres, […]

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August 12, 2010

TOP 5: The very best of the ‘Friday the 13th’ franchise

Tomorrow is Friday the 13th, so I know some of us horror fans will be celebrating it with viewings of one of the most popular horror franchises ever. So in honor of the unluckiest day of the year, I’ve compiled our Top Five movies from the original “Friday the 13th” franchise. 1. “Friday the 13th: […]

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August 9, 2010

‘True Blood’ recap: Lots of angry sex

“True Blood,” Season 4, Episode 8: “Night of the Sun” Last night’s “True Blood” was a little less bloody than the past couple weeks, but no less shocking. Legions of gay fans were finally treated to some Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) gayness last night. But don’t worry, ladies, he’s only  a little gay. We also […]

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August 9, 2010

‘Mad Men’ recap: Welcome to 1965

“Mad Men,” Season 4, Episode 3: “The Good News” This week’s “Mad Men” opens in a very happy place. No, it’s not Acapulco. Or Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. It’s Joan’s vagina. She’s at her gynecologist. It seems Joan and her rapist, I mean husband, are trying to start a family. But like many busty secretaries […]

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August 2, 2010

‘Mad Men’ recap: Christmas has never been more uncomfortable

“Mad Men,” Season 4, Episode 2:  “Christmas Comes But Once a Year” Last week I openly admitted my disappointment for the Season 4 premier of “Mad Men.” The show didn’t redeem itself this week. But I’m willing to accept it for what it is. It’s becoming clear that none of the questions I had regarding […]

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July 30, 2010

Flashback Friday: ‘Clue’ the movie

It’s time to look back at a cinematic masterpiece. One that cannot and should not be forgotten. “Clue.” Based on the Parker Brothers board game, the 1985 brilliance is somewhat underrated. Which is completely sad. The movie, of course, is a spoof of the board game and the era its set in (1950s McCarthyism). The […]

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July 26, 2010

‘Mad Men’ season premier review: Everything old is new

The new season of “Mad Men” premiered last night and I was very disappointed. I seriously felt like I was watching some mid-season show about a bunch of people I don’t know. Last season left of with the newly-formed Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. They were running their ad agency out of a hotel room. Don […]

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December 20, 2009

Brittany Murphy’s husband doesn’t want an autopsy

TMZ is reporting that following today’s death of actress Brittany Murphy, her husband Simon Monjack has apparently opposed an autopsy on his wife by the Los Angeles County Cororner’s office. Blogs, of course, are starting to speculate on Monjack’s involvment in the actress’ death. There has been no word on the cause of death, other […]

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