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Harry Potter and Severus Snape was the Star of the Series

I saw Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, part 2 at a Thursday Midnight showing, and that is the way to do it. The place was packed with fans, many of them in costume. Most depressing was the fact that most of the crowd was at least 20 years younger than me. This is their […]

Because I hate myself

It’s true. I’m going to see Transformers 3 this weekend. If I want to be able to talk intelligently about the TF movies, I gotta see the latest installment from his royal Bayness. I’ll be camped out in front of the cineplex, subsisting on Goobers and Ju-Ju-Bees. Ju-Ju-Bees have the essential vitamins and nutrients humans […]


The new Transformers movie is almost upon us, and the promotional tie-ins are hitting us full force. One that I didn’t see coming is an online game brought to you by the good people that manufacture Baby Bottle Pops. Yes, the “Candimania” site has a Transformers: Dark of the Moon game that is surprisingly decent. […]

Tell me when it’s over

The Green Lantern movie opens this weekend and, at this point, I’m just spending my time trying to pretend it’s not happening. I have seen several clips from the film, and I think I’ve seen quite enough. From the get-go, I felt Ryan Reynolds was a bad choice for Hal Jordan. He’s too young, and […]

Please don’t dissappoint me, “Cowboys vs. Aliens”

This film still has me hopeful and optimistic, and that’s hard to do nowadays. Great cast, fun premise, with a special shout-out for Harrison Ford finally in a new role that will be a joy to watch. I’m going to try to stay spoiler-free, though it does look like there won’t be many surprises Tweet

A who of the what, now?

It’s happening again. It has been announced that a film titled: “Missile Command” is in the works. I’ll save you $12 for the IMAX 3D trip to the theater and present to you this footage of the Atari 2600 version. Trust me, at just three minutes and twenty seconds, this will prove to be just […]

Riddles in the dark

For better or worse, the two “Hobbit” films are finally chugging along. Andy Serkis has been officially signed to reprise his role as Gollum in the stretched-out  version of the classic book.  While not perfect, I did enjoy many performances in the Jackson “Lord of the Rings” films, and Serkis’ was one of them. The […]