Monthly Archives: February 2014

Broken Flowers

I used to live by a Blockbuster Video, and would hit it regularly to buy used movies. I would buy things that I wanted to see, but hadn’t yet, with the idea that it was too cheap to pass by. … Continue reading

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What was I thinking?

I am sitting watching Hudson Hawk, like you do.. I realized I forgot two amazing movies from my recent comedy and romance lists. Romance: Jack & Sarah Comedy: LA Story Harris: SanDeE*, your… your breasts feel weird. SanDeE*: Oh, that’s … Continue reading

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Be my bloody valentine

I decided that I needed to make a list of my favorite horror with a romantic vein and or twist: Nightbreed The Signal My Left Eye Sees Ghosts Cloverfield I Walked With A Zombie Shaun of the Dead Fair-Haired Child … Continue reading

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In honor of Valentine’s Day

I will give you my favorite romances. Some a little unconventional, but that shouldn’t surprise you. Harold and Maude Marty Born Yesterday Love Affair You’ve Got Mail A New Kind Of Love A Fish Called Wanda Designing Woman City Lights … Continue reading

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Comedies part deux

Yesterday’s post was a discussion of the comedies that I enjoy. As the day passed I thought of another slew of movies that I love, so I thought why the hell not? But wait there’s more!! What About Bob The … Continue reading

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Comedies are problematic

I really don’t like many comedies. What causes many people to laugh just leaves me staring nonplussed at the screen. Usually after about fifteen minutes of not laughing I typically turn off the movie and return it to Netflix unwatched. … Continue reading

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Goodbye Philip Seymour Hoffman

I was out and about with my daughter yesterday morning, we  stopped for some bubble tea. While she was playing with a newly purchased toy I checked Facebook.  A friend had sent me an article saying that Philip Seymour Hoffman had … Continue reading

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You’re Next

Randomly at work a week or two back, a coworker who also loves horror movies threw out, “If you were planning on watching You’re Next, skip it, it completely sucked.” Now, don’t get the impression that I think that everyone … Continue reading

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