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A cabin in the woods. But this one isn’t scary or funny. Just another cr@ppy zombie(ish) flick. Really dumb and boring. And if I see one more sh1tty movie where they show people nailing small fcken pieces of wood onto fcken doors and windows I’m gonna…not be surprised. Grade: F
Live by the belle, die by the bell. Coulda been better after a very interesting setup, but oh well. Marginal.
I was afraid to watch this again. The first time (a LONG time ago) I really liked it, and I was quite concerned that it would be a huge disappointment now, for some nagging reason… It wasn’t a huge disappointment. But that’s mostly because I went in expecting it to be a huge disappointment, and… Continue reading A Fish Called Wanda (1988)
A documentary on the making of ‘Night Of The Living Dead’, with four sources of info: George Romero himself (dun dun DUN!), a voiceover guy and stock footage (Oh, the pretension…), various voices talking over scenes/stills of the movie itself, and lastly (and leastly) some “experts” giving their opinions on various subjects (OHHH, the pretension).… Continue reading Birth Of The Living Dead (2013)
Everything from his three previously reviewed review books plus a bunch of other stuff of questionable quality. But screw the rest…just click on ‘Consumer Guide’ and have a blast. Grade: A
I don’t like the change in format, which strikes me as lazy. I also don’t like the further long-windedness, which strikes me as showboating. It’s more love/hate than the previous two volumes, with entries that I could read over and over for eternity nestled amongst those that never cease to bore me. But there’s too… Continue reading Christgau’s Consumer Guide: Albums Of The ’90s (2000)
Slightly inferior to the ’70s guide, IMPO, because he has more of a tendency to get long-winded here and some of his material just isn’t quite up to snuff. But moments of brilliance are scattered throughout, and this is also pretty much a must-read for anyone interested in criticism; music especially. Grade: A-
Material originally published in 1981, but my version for review purposes was 1990. I’d recognize that cover anywhere. Here, as always, Robert Christgau states his opinions as facts and moves easily between fiercely positive and fiercely negative – with a vast rainbow of variations between the two. He also writes better than most novelists. He… Continue reading Rock Albums Of The ’70s: A Critical Guide (1990)
Ehhh…well, it’s not too bad. What with a decent twist and all.
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Three Asian (Korean) short films: one “zombie” and then two artsy. If you’re not in the mood to have (at least attempted) deeeeeep thoughts presented for your analysis/approval/disapproval/mockery, best to steer clear. But generally not being a fan of pretentious artsy cr@p, I find the second and third films somewhat interesting and worth a view. … Continue reading Doomsday Book (2012)
Oopsie! Well, this’ll make solicitors think twice. The best in a while.
A nice little whodunit. That’s it, although I hope (but don’t know) the not-as-predictable-as-feared ending was an intentional twist.
Similar to a post I made about a year and a half ago, an explanation on why some episodes of television programs I review are skipped: Basically those skipped are by default reviewed as “Not worth your time”. I’m at least somewhat of a fan of every series I review…if I wasn’t, I wouldn’t bother… Continue reading Unreviewed Series Episodes – An Explanation
The politeness of the long-delayed English murder. Again, it’s just for the twist basically. And it’s not PARTICULARLY exciting.
The setup is fairly generic, but the twist isn’t as obvious as you’d expect it to be. So, borderline again. Also included to warn you of the horrific periods of boredom that are episodes 17 and 18.
Having read this version, the 1979 edition, and the 1992 ‘Album Guide’ from cover to cover (literally) more than once I can say with educated, informed certainty (well, as far as subjectivity goes) that this is the superior version. As for the 2004 edition, it either was too boring to remember or I gave up… Continue reading The Rolling Stone Record Guide (1983)
Just imagine if this came to be the norm: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAobK3fyGDI And, as a bonus, an argument against ballet PLUS inspiration for the classic ‘Maximum Overdrive’: (Monty Python’s Flying Circus, “Killer Cars”) 10/16/16: FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Good clip from one of the best episodes of a great show. (housekeeping)
Borderline, but it does have a twist which shows that even good, decent people can have a wicked sense of humor. And good for her.