After an outlaw, who goes by the name of Buddy (David Arquette), unknowingly leads a small tribe of cannibalistic cave dwellers into the peaceful western town of Bright Hope, the savages kidnap several settlers including Samantha (Lili Simmons), the wife of a local rancher, Arthur O’Dwyer (Patrick Wilson). Despite his injured leg, Arthur joins a Read MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: Bone Tomahawk
1987 is a love it or leave it year for G.I. Joe. Many fans feel it left behind the military aspect for fantasy. One of the examples commonly pointed to is the Cobra character Raptor. Being that it’s Halloween, and this guy is in a bird costume, perfect time for a review! As a figure, Raptor comes Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary Classic Toy Review- 1987 Raptor, the Cobra that’s always in Halloween Costume!
A group of hitmen, led by Blake (Taran Killam), are fed up with Gunther, the world’s greatest hitman. They take it upon themselves to eliminate the competition by attempting the impossible: Killing Gunther. Through a series of encounters, the top assassin seems to always be one step ahead of them. He’s elusive. He’s a ghost. Mainly due Read MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: Killing Gunther
Instead of reviewing a new horror film that I had not seen before, this time I have decided to feature a “classic” film that I had not seen before. In this case that film would be the cocaine fueled 1986 sequel to one of the creepiest horror films ever. This time I cover The Texas Read MoreNo Comments on October Fright Watch: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
In 1984, Hasbro’s “The Transformers” launched, with not only a toyline, but TV show and comic books provided by Sunbow and Marvel. Among the initial release were three transforming robots that turned into F15 fighting jets, Starscream, Skywarp, and Thundercracker. Using the molds from Japanese company Takara’s Diaclone line, these three are the definition of “repaints.” Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary Classic Toy Review: Transformers G1 Starscream and the Seekers
The year is 2049. K (Ryan Gosling), a blade runner with the LAPD, makes a discovery of a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing Read MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: Blade Runner 2049
New York Comic Con. Thursday, October the 5th, 2017. With Sir Jon’s burning hatred of NYCC at white hot peaks of intensity, it was up to me to go for my eigth year in a row, and report back to you, loyal reader. No press passes applied for nor received, this day was meant as Read MoreNo Comments on New York Comic Con: A Ganache On The Street Report
Leatherface (2017) is the eighth entry into The Texas Chain Saw Massacre franchise of films. In a move of total originality it is also the second to be titled Leatherface. Despite there being at least two different universes these films fit into (the ones that follow the original 1974 film’s timeline and the two that came out Read MoreNo Comments on October Fright Watch: Leatherface (2017)
Welcome Back Everyone!!! I know it’s been a couple of weeks since my last article. Life, as it has a way of doing, threw some curveballs in my direction, but I did not want the month to go by without touching on the cavalcade of new video game releases. As many long time gamers Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – OCTOBER 2017 NEW VIDEO GAME RELEASES
￼ A house that’s seemingly cut off from the rest of the world finds an unnamed poet (Javier Bardem) looking to write his next masterpiece as his also unnamed wife (Jennifer Lawrence) remodels and decorates their home. All tranquility is disrupted when another couple (Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer) enter their lives. Soon after, chaos Read MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: mother!