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Ranking Every Episode of Breaking Bad Season 1 From Worst to Best

2nd Viewing; SPOILER WARNING! Admittedly, I was never supposed to rewatch Breaking Bad at this very time. I wanted to do some research for my media writing project, so I decided to revisit the pilot episode of the show to gain inspiration, but as one may expect, I got sucked in. It’s been more than […]

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My 3rd Quick Review of John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978)

Screened at Cinépolis; 5th Viewing Watching seven Friday the 13th movies in a row and then watching Halloween is like being mercilessly beaten to death only to then be reincarnated into Brad Pitt. Watching seven Friday the 13th movies in a row and then watching Halloween is like burning all crop supplies available to the […]

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Happy Halloween! Here’s My Review of Friday the 13th Parts II – VIII (1981 – 1989)

I am currently with a COVID-safe group on Halloween, dappered up as the mysterious, mirrored figure from Maya Deren’s Meshes of the Afternoon, embracing my cinephile nerdiness to the biggest T a T could ever T. We got Doc from Inherent Vice in the room, a 2017 Joji at large, and some dude in Marvel […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)

Screened at Cinépolis; ??? Viewing Noticeably more dilated than its underwhelming predecessor, the fifth year of cinema’s detour into Hogwarts smartly chooses to utilize a majority of its runtime to progress the soon-to-be war against good and evil, despite how flagrant it can get at times with its constant emotional efforts. Order of the Phoenix […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)

I saw for the first time and puzzlingly appreciated Clive Barker’s original cock-and-balls Hellraiser exactly one year ago from today, so it’s safe to say that I’m not someone who’ll shy away from a movie franchise that appears keen on having its terror to be rather found in the cucking and BDSM-ing department, while the […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Borat (2006)

Confession: I have seen and rewatched about a million Borat clips during my time on Earth, HOWEVER, I have never actually seen the full movie until now. I know: you caught me; I’m a fake fan! As a whole, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is pretty f**king hilarious! […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Travis Scott’s Music Video “90210”

Listened to Rodeo a couple weeks ago; thought it was pretty great, which is surprising considering my mismatched inklings on ASTROWORLD. 90210 may very well be the best song on that LP; it’s damn near ideal; Kacy Hill, the transitioning, tom-toms, classic piano, artificial guitar-amp bass, adequate autotune implications, the Kanye West and 70s jazz […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

Screened at Cinépolis • ??? Viewing • Warning: Spoilers Ahead Welp, I take back my claim that there “isn’t even one dud in the OG eight-part Harry Potter series.” From a disoriented script with downgraded dialogue, unusually over-the-top acting direction for some unusually non-over-the-top characters that does not concur well especially after Prisoner of Azkaban, […]

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Quick-Thoughts: The Boys Season 2

Spoilers Warning for Season 1 of The Boys (Not Season 2) The last-minute ex-machinas and mcguffins have nearly doubled in the second season of The Boys. The excessive dramatic ventures around the middle portion of the season are often platitude, as well. The pacing of the show has also gotten marginally rocky, with a solid […]

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Quick-Thoughts: Steve McQueen’s Red, White and Blue

The final episode in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series serves as a straightforward biopic regarding real-life citizen Leroy Logan and his awakening journey into becoming a police officer, hoping to bring a domination of true justice to the oppression in London’s law enforcement system. His father who’s had a long, abusive relationship with the police […]