Hey remember Suicide Squad?? yeah neither do I, it was a crap fest, but the one bright spot to come out of it was Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn, and while the best parts of her performance never made it onto the screen (seriously, go on YouTube and watch the deleted scenes they are Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – Birds Of Prey
I don’t know what it was… Be it all the panic about the Coronavirus outbreak, or my total love of Tom Clancy’s “The Division” video game series, but while scrolling through movies on Amazon, I happened to stumble across a movie I didn’t even know existed. Released in 2011 (yeah I know that’s forever ago, Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – Contagion
Ah the Buddy Cop Movie, a true staple of Hollywood filmmaking for decades. Much like the Rom-Com, or Superhero film, they are the “comfort food” of the silver screen. Going in you know what you are getting: Humor, Gunfights, Explosions, and quotes that you will be reciting for years. On all these fronts “Bad Boys Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – Bad Boys For Life (Spoiler Free)
Every now and again, a movie comes along and changes your perception of what a specific genre of movie can offer. 1917 is just such a movie. Eschewing the typical spectacle, bombast, and sweeping vistas of most war movies, and instead laser focusing it on the very personal journey of a pair of soldiers as Read MoreComments Off on Movie Point Of Lou – “1917” (SPOILER FREE)
Well I’ve been holding on to this video for a while, back in December we had the opportunity to bring the camera to Connecticut Cult Classic’s annual holiday event. This year it was “The Power Of Christmas Compels You” and as always it featured 2 classic horror movies, “The Exorcist”, and “The Exorcist 3”, but Read MoreComments Off on The Pint Invades – Connecticut Cult Classics
Well here we are, we’ve made it!!!!! Day 4 of the “Pint Holiday Gift Guide”!!!! for this final installment Ganache takes a look at 2 books that tie into each other perfectly. In the first book “Cult Filmmakers 50 Movie Mavericks You Need To Know” Author Ian Haydn Smith details such Cult icons as David Read MoreComments Off on Shelf Gratification – A Cult Filmmaker Duo!!
What’s up everyone!!! Recently Ganache had a chance to take a look at a couple of really interesting books, that do a great job a tugging on your nostalgia heartstrings. The first Book is “Ad Astra” from author Michael Gingold, and published by 1984 Publishing. “Ad Astra” is a love note to all the classic Read MoreComments Off on Shelf Gratification – A Ganache twofer!!!
Depending on your interest in a myriad number of things, you are going to either love or loathe William James Murray. He is an avid golfer with a reported handicap of 7, owns minor league baseball teams, loves major league sporting events, and any of that could teeter your opinion of the man to one Read MoreComments Off on Saint Bill
Scary things, creatures, critters, creepy-crawlies and monsters of all walks frequently invade the studios of Pint O’ Comics, partly because we enjoy them, but also because the people we are entertained by are just as fascinated by the freakish fiends as we are. It’s a cyclical fandom, as the fondly recalled creations are shared with Read MoreComments Off on Cryptid Cinema: A Quickie Review
Terrificon, Connecticut’s coolest mid-size comic book centric convention, returns again to the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. Hundreds of comic book guests will be there to celebrate the life of Adam West, who sadly passed on before his scheduled appearance there. Join the Pint O’ Comics crew as they peruse the aisles and gather Read MoreNo Comments on Terrificon at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT