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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Before Watchmen

Few names in either comic books or alternate history carry as much reverence as Watchmen. The tale of a world on the brink of nuclear Armageddon, a world where masked vigilantes have existed since the 1930s, Vietnam is a US state and President Richard Nixon

Oblivion

Back when I regularly started doing film reviews, one of the first films I covered on site was Tron Legacy, the long-awaited sequel to the 1980s cult classic which turned Tron into a franchise and a household name once more. While I maintain the film

Fan Request 13: Spring Breakers

I’d like to bring up one of my older articles for a moment, specifically my Top Ten Most Controversial Movies of All-Time list. The reason I bring it up regards the movie I ranked fourth, a film from the mid nineties called Kids, a piece

The Search for Mengele Twin A7734

Though generations have passed, the Holocaust’s victims still suffer the consequences of the Final Solution. One such survivor is 73-year-old Menachem Bodner, a Mengele Twin whom, upon the liberation of Auschwitz, was separated from his brother, whom even today, he has yet to find again.

42 Movie Review

Few names command such unconditional respect and adoration than Jackie Robinson. The first baseball player to break the color barrier, and a fantastic player in his own right, Robinson proved to be not only a force of change in baseball, but may well have been