Actress Bella Thorne is one of Hollywood’s most respected redheads. Right between pedophile Jeffrey Jones and the Chucky Doll from the Child’s Play Series, she’s a fire-crotched favorite in Los Angeles. I am, of course, being a little sarcastic. Bella … Continue reading Bella Thorne’s Voice Acting Skills Ruined The Guardian Brothers
I’m not a huge fan of comic book movies. Specifically, it’s the Avengers series I’ve skipped out on. Something about them rubs me the wrong way, leaving me chaffed and not wanting to use the bathroom for weeks. The Avengers … Continue reading Doctor Strange is a Movie to Setup a Movie to Setup Another Movie to Take Your Money
Did anyone else notice how many women were sleeping with monsters in 2017? It all began with Donald and Melania on inauguration night and exploded into a year of grotesque beasts getting their rocks off with human females. Movies are … Continue reading Was 2017 the Year of Women Sleeping with Monsters?
Jenny and I don’t buy too much useless crap. Aside from healthcare which seems to only cover bites from extinct spiders, we try to watch our money carefully. A few months ago, we did buy a DVD collection of Studio … Continue reading My Neighbors the Yamadas: Simple, Funny, and Slightly Strange
A few weeks ago, Jenny and I were sitting in a Dominos researching good, obscure movies available on Amazon streaming to watch while we shovel pizza into our mouths. One which piqued our interest was The Greasy Strangler. This incredibly … Continue reading Movies We Mention Literally Every Day: The Greasy Strangler
Hollywood got wise and started making R-rated superhero movies. It began with Deadpool in 2016 and continued with Logan this year. Jenny and I happened to watch both together. Our Deadpool viewing took place in the Philippines during our second … Continue reading I Think I Liked Logan Better Than Deadpool
Here’s something I’d never know without marrying a Filipino: Disney princesses Jasmine and Mulan are both Filipino. Well, the woman who does their singing is, at least. Lea Solanga, whom I originally referred to as Lea Solange in my original … Continue reading Filipino Facts: Did You Know Two Disney Princesses Are Filipino?
We’ve watched a lot of movies recently. The four-day holiday over Independence Day provided us with the luxury of cleaning out the Netflix queue. Over that particular weekend, we watched three movies with very strong messages: don’t eat meat, don’t … Continue reading Fourth of July Movie Marathon Review: Okja, The Invitation, It Follows
A modern-day horror movie everyone seems to enjoy is The Babadook. Jenny loves horror (she married me) so of course we watched it. Months have passed since we did and in that time I have not changed my opinion. The … Continue reading Did the Australians Ruin the Babadook?
Last night, Timmy and I watched the 100th in the list of movies we watched together. That may seem a lot of movies, but since we belong to the couch potatoes, “Netflix-and-chill piggy” generation, that number doesn’t really seem so high. … Continue reading Do Not Have Sex with an Erumpent (A Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Non-Review)
Back in maybe December or so, Jenny and I were freshly newlywed and ready to take on the world. As the officiant at our wedding put it, we could dream big dreams. So, shortly after we were wed, we starting … Continue reading Movies We Literally Reference Every Day: The Lobster
Looking for something unexpectedly solid on Netflix? One movie worth checking out is I’m Not A Serial Killer. It’s based on a book series so you know it’s good. The film is about a creepy teenager who has a fascination … Continue reading I’m Not A Serial Killer Review: Christopher Lloyd is Back and Really Old
By decline, I don’t only mean the reclining theater chairs. Which is kinda cool, I guess…after you finished laughing at them. Friday after Thanksgiving is special for my fiance and I. That is the time we watched our first movie together–in … Continue reading The Decline of the Movie Theater Experience
Last beekend Jenny was forced into spending more time with me than usual as I welcomed another year of feeling like a loser. Yep, it was my birthday. Like we usually do on most Saturday nights/her Sunday mornings, we watched … Continue reading Swiss Army Man is the Perfect Bee Movie
On the most recent beecation the strangest morning Jenny and I happened pretty early on. I think it was Tuesday morning, a day after I had recovered from vomiting following my flight to the Philippines. I woke up at maybe … Continue reading Paul Mason: The World’s Fattest Man Watched by the World’s Weirdest Bees
When I visited Jenny in October I had no choice which movies to watch. Like the traditional format, there were a few screens around the airplane that would continually play movies or random episodes of serialized dramas just in case … Continue reading Movie Reviews from a Plane
Last night Jenny and I watched Creed together. It was one of the movies available on my plane ride to visit her in March, but not one I ended up getting around to watching. Since Muhammad Ali died on Friday … Continue reading Am I Supposed to Like Adonis Creed?
My plans to make this year’s Valentine’s Day a special one for Jenny and me are ruined. Well, not really. I just didn’t get to do everything I had hoped. First, since it is Saturday, we had to decide earlier … Continue reading Long Distance Relationship Valentine’s Day Plans Ruined: Redbox, Cadbury Eggs
Jenny and I did something we never have before this weekend. We decided to take this relationship to the next level and experiment. It was a bit daring, some may even find it gross, but we thought it was time … Continue reading R.L. Stine is an American Treasure
Yesterday was Saturday which means Jenny and I enjoyed a full day together, but of course also very far apart due to ocean restricts and the length of my arms. We chatted, Skyped, and watched a movie. The movie was … Continue reading Tom Cruise is Really Short, I Remind Jenny of This Way Too Often
About a year ago Jenny and I watched The Imitation Game. It was during a phase where we enjoyed some of well received films rather than critically panned ones we also enjoy watching together. It was better than advertised even … Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch’s Long Face in The Imitation Game
A nice long holiday weekend is coming to a close and I wanted to get out at least one more post here before getting back to the daily grind of complaining to Jenny about work. Jenny and I watched three … Continue reading Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, How I Impressed Jenny with My Baseball Knowledge
A few months since we’ve been together, I’ve wanted to try watching a movie with Timmy. However, I felt shy asking him to do it because we’ve both never tried it before. What if it turns out to be awful? … Continue reading Long Distance Movie Date #1: I Love You Phillip Morris