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On Stardust

On Stardust

Featuring Ian McKellen (X-Men film series, The Lord of the Rings film series, The Hobbit film series, Doctor Who‘s The Snowmen), Claire Danes (Princess Mononoke, The Hours, Terminator: Rise of the Machines), Michelle Pfeiffer (Batman Returns, Hairspray, What Lies Beneath), Peter O’Toole (Casanova), and Henry Cavill (Man of Steel), Stardust a film adaptation of the 1999 Neil Gaiman (Doctor Who‘s The Doctor’s Wife) … Continue reading

On Internet Trolls… *Sigh*

On Internet Trolls… *Sigh*

I do know a thing about internet trolling, as I have my own family to give the greatest credit for this, giving me lots of experience on the psychological factors, and understanding of it’s context. If you think they are different in person than on the internet – think again – as my experience with … Continue reading

On The Stepford Wives

On The Stepford Wives

Featuring Nicole Kidman (Batman Forever, The Hours), Matthew Broderick (Godzilla), and Christopher Walken (Batman Returns, Sleepy Hollow, Hairspray), The Stepford Wives is a science-fiction satricial film directed by Frank Oz (Follow That Bird, Little Shop of Horrors, The Muppets Take Manhattan, The Muppet Christmas Carol, In & Out). It is a remake of the 1975 film … Continue reading

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 5

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 5

Season 8 Season 7 Season 6 Norman Reedus of Blade II played Nate Park, a love interest of Paige’s. The Avatars make their first appearance this season in connection with Cole Turner, having a place in the 100th episode, Centennial Charmed. Cole becomes an Avatar briefly in this episode. They would return in the seventh … Continue reading

On Terminator: Rise of the Machines

On Terminator: Rise of the Machines

Continuing from The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day is Terminator: Rise of the Machines. It is also the first Terminator film not being directed, written, or produced by James Cameron. The T-X is very clearly an Evil Demon Seductress (see Feminist Frequency‘s #4). According to the Deep Focus Review: James Cameron is some kind of … Continue reading

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 6

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 6

Season 8 Season 7   One of the characters I couldn’t help but notice was Richard Montana, a love interest of Paige. His family was a feud with their neighbors, the Callaways. This bears similarity to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Richard’s struggle with magic is also similar to two different characters from others series: Willow … Continue reading

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 7

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 7

Continuing from a previous post, the seventh season was my last favorite season of the show, considering, as it was the first since the fifth season that did not have a major story arc involving any of Piper’s children: Chris, or Wyatt. What a relief! Additionally, Oded Fehr of The Mummy and Resident Evil film … Continue reading

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 8

The Best and Worst of Charmed: Season 8

Beginning with it’s fourth season, I was such a big fan of Charmed, a show which can be summed up by: Charmed is an American television series that ran for eight seasons on The WB. It was produced by Aaron Spelling and is about three sisters who are the world’s most powerful good witches, known … Continue reading

On Little Shop of Horrors

On Little Shop of Horrors

Continuing from the Reitman Ghosbusters film series, and Spaceballs, is yet another great Moranis film, Little Shop of Horrors, a rock musical horror comedy film directed by Frank Oz.  It is a film adaptation of the off-Broadway musical comedy of the same name by composer Alan Menken and writer Howard Ashman. That Off-Broadway musical was based on the low-budget … Continue reading

On Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

On Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is yet another DC Animated Film (Son of Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern: First Flight, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Justice League: War, Justice League: Doom, and Green Lantern: Emerald Knights) released in two parts, with the first in 2012, and the second in 2013. It more specifically is an adaptation of … Continue reading