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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

November 15, 2011 // 0 Comments

First, let me say that I have never played a game in the BloodRayne series, and only caught about five to ten minutes of one of the movies when it came on the Sci-fy channel. It seemed like an intriguing series however, so I jumped at the chance to take a crack at this game. As expected, we play as the title character, Rayne. With something of a [...]

Octopussy Review

July 21, 2011 // 1 Comment

Hello everyone and welcome to the thirteenth installment in my series of reviews chronicling the James Bond film series. This time out the movie we will be taking a look at is none other than 1983’s suggestively titled ‘Octopussy’. This movie marked the sixth appearance in the James Bond role for Roger Moore, officially tying him at that [...]

Live and Let Die Review

May 20, 2011 // 0 Comments

Hello everyone and welcome to the eighth edition in my series of reviews covering the illustrious James Bond film franchise. In our review from last time we sadly waved goodbye to our fine friend and most capable comrade, Sean Connery, who served us so nobly through so many daring adventures as the one and only James Bond for the official [...]

Lair Review

April 29, 2011 // 0 Comments

Lair is something of your basic story of guy that fights for the good guys, slowly discovers that there are corrupt forces at work on his side, joins the other side, and must then defeat the corrupt leadership he used to work for to bring peace to the world.  Sound a tad complicated?  It is, but the story flows fairly nicely.  If only I could [...]

Righteous Kill Review

April 20, 2011 // 1 Comment

There seems to be two basic trains of thought on this movie among the different reviews I have read. No one, at least not many that is I would say, would argue that this is a great movie, however, camp one says almost in unison that Righteous Kill is at worst a bad movie made decent by the two greatest living actors of theirs or anybody else’s [...]

Public Enemies Review

April 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

On the hot and humid night of July 22nd, 1934, John Dillinger was sitting pretty watching a gangster flick at the Biograph theatre in Chicago, Illinois, enjoying what must have been an all too rare moment of relaxation. It would be the last such moment in his brief but fascinating life, and also the final film he would ever get to see, as when he [...]