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The Summer of '83: Yor, The Hunter from the Future (Article) - 8/20/2013 6:08:18 PM

Cavedude, how can you put Krull and The Ice Pirates in the same class as Yor? Yor is a bad movie that is so bad it makes even some of the worst movies around look good. Krull may not be the best Sci-Fi Fansasy crossover, but it's still a hell of a good movie, with fantastic music by a young James Horner! The Ice Pirates is just plain great slap-stick sci-fi in the vein of Spaceballs.

The Summer of '83: Strange Brew (Article) - 8/19/2013 10:21:05 AM

I loved the 80's!! High School from 82 - 85, and College from 85 - 89. Went to a TON of movies during the decade! Best. Decade. EVAR!!!

Mania Review: Kick-Ass 2 (Article) - 8/16/2013 11:33:44 AM

Chloe is really cute. I see a future for her when she gets older.

The Summer of '83: Cujo (Article) - 8/12/2013 7:28:08 PM

The dog, in it's rabid form, was actually a Rottweiler done up to look like St. Bernard. That was how they could get such violent reactions and intense scenes, since a St. Bernard is very gentle and non-threatening.

I saw this in the theaters back in 83, and it scared the sh*t out of me!!! Still can't watch most of it. I love dogs and to see it go through that is truly painful.


The Summer of '83 Risky Business (Article) - 8/9/2013 4:59:00 AM

I've been a Cruise fan since the night I saw this in the theaters back in 83. Tom is one of my favorite actors, and has been in some of my most favorite mvies. Minority Report being one of those. Love that movie! I am SO frakking tired of all the "crazy Tom" BS that still gets sputed about. So the man acts silly at times; who gives a rats ass! Tom is an excellent actor, and the roots of the excellence is seen in Risky Business and is proven throughout his career.

Invisioner, I couldn't agree more! Tom's performance in Tropic Thunder was brilliant!

Mania Review: Elysium (Article) - 8/9/2013 4:52:10 AM

I didn't like District 9, so I'm not sure how I will react to this. I like Matt, but this looks like the typical Sci-Fi fare of late with "amazing" visuals and the not-so-deep story. Avatar is a great example of that. A visually stunning, but pathetically boring and poorly acted movie that became a huge success. I'm not sure this film is really any different, especially when the viuals and CGI FX are what seems to be most talked about.

If it was more like Moon, maybe I could get into it. I'll wait, for now.

The Summer of '83: Krull (Article) - 7/29/2013 5:27:16 PM

Best things about Krull are the great Soundtrack, and a young Lysette Anthony! What a beatuful woman!

HALLOWEEN 35TH ANNIVERSARY Blu-ray Details (Article) - 7/25/2013 8:05:50 AM

Awesome movie. JC started off with a bang with Halloween. I'll get this for sure!

I still say, IMHO, that JC's The Thing is his best ever work, over-all. I know, a lot of you will pick either Halloween or Escape from New York, but to me, he really showed his chops, and his eye for detail and eerie settings with The Thing. And Rob Bottin and Stan Winston's FX are still stunning, and completely blow away the CGI crap in the so-called "prequel" we got in 2011.


Mania Review: Pacific Rim (Article) - 7/12/2013 5:43:39 PM

doublec, I agree. Caitlin was a real looker, and that brief scene under water, you know the one, was very nice! I think I need to watch that tonight after all this talk about Dragonslayer!

Mania Review: Pacific Rim (Article) - 7/12/2013 2:50:50 PM

From what I've seen of Smaug so far, he looks wrong. He has arms that are separate from his wings, which a TRUE Dragon is not made like that. Dragons have "hands" at the end of their wings, and their wings are essentially their "arms". Smaug look like the Dragon from Dragon Heart with Verm's type of head. I'll take the whole package of Verm over Smaug, SO FAR, from what I've seen of Smaug.


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