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EvilWolfie wrote a review of Watchmen. I've been obsessing over this movie ever since news of its production was first released and I'm very (very very) glad to say that it did not suck. Nor was it mediocre. No, in fact, it was pretty damn good. Being a huge fan of the graphic novel I (along with many other fanboys) was afraid that the ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 2:23pm Comment


Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

The brutal murder of the Comedian forces a band of superheroes out of retirement. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Coraline. Thank god for movies designed to scare children. Kids need horror movies too, you know, and Coraline, beneath its squeaky kid friendly exterior lies some pretty disturbing stuff. It starts off safe enough with Coraline finding a secret world complete with parents that don't neglect her, but ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 2:20pm Comment


Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

A resourceful little girl finds a portal to another world. Director Henry Selick uses the same stop-motion style he employed for A Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of A Nightmare on Elm Street. I never thought I would say this about a teen slasher film but: Holy jumping mother o'God in a side-car with chocolate jimmies and a lobster bib! That wasn't half bad! Well, actually it was half bad, I just prefer to focus on the not bad half. First off, Freddy is a crazy looking fucker, all burnt ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 2:15pm Comment

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Genre: Horror

Freddy Krueger terrorizes the teenagers of Springwood, Ohio. The series reboot is due in 2010.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of The Pianist. The Pianist starts out strong giving us an (I imagine) accurate and unflinching view of the occupation of Warsaw by the Nazis during WWII. Jews are herded into trains bound for death camps, others are shot in the streets and an old man is tipped from his wheel chair off a fifth floor balcony; among ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 2:05pm Comment

The Pianist

Genre: Drama

True, Oscar-winning tale of a Jewish-Polish musician struggling to survive the Warsaw occupation.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Beerfest. Watching Beerfest is akin to hanging out with that roommate that you find amusing and embarrassing in equal measure. No the jokes aren’t all that funny, and no there isn’t really much of a plot, but I can’t help feeling a soft spot for the binge drinking cheeky bastard regardless. There’s a certain ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 1:54pm Comment


Genre: Comedy

Broken Lizard comedy about an underground drinking tournament.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of The Happening. If there were doubts that Shyamalan has lost his touch and that his career is pretty much dead in the water, The Happening has effectively stamped such doubts from the minds of non believers everywhere. Shyamalan may have at one point been a competent director but it seems that by the time The ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 1:53pm Comment

The Happening

Genre: Mystery & Suspense

Humanity is threatened by a wave of mass suicides.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Rambo. Old action heroes making glorious comebacks seem to be the trend lately, so what better time than now for Sylvester Stallone to get a piece of the action? Again. It becomes very clear very early into Rambo that no one involved had the smallest inclination to grow the character or to do anything new ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 1:43pm Comment


Genre: Action & Adventure

Vietnam vet John Rambo fights the Burmese Army.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of North by Northwest. It wasn't long ago that I would run and hide from movies made before 1974, but lately (likely due to having run out of the other kind) I've actually been sitting down to watch the decrepit, old things. And holy shit, what do you know: Not outdated "face-palm" worthy crap as once previously assumed. ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 1:29pm Comment

North by Northwest

Genre: Mystery & Suspense

Hitchcock classic about an innocent man pursued by mysterious agents.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. So, Episode III has some of the most balls-to-the-walls action sequences and CGI renderings there are. This pretty much makes me automatically like it, being the shallow, depraved, marketing target that I am. Of course, what's lacking, along with the rest of the more recent Star Wars films, is a ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 1:07pm Comment

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Anakin Skywalker turns to the dark side.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Friday the 13th. Honestly people. The slasher genre is dead. Still I decided to sit through the Friday The 13th remake and still nothing has changed whatsoever. Most of all, it's still not scary. This is because there's no human element. Mindless killing machines are not scary because they don't exist, and even if ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 12:37pm Comment

Friday the 13th

Genre: Horror

In this series reboot, the psycho with the hockey mask stalks teenagers at a summer cabin.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Gran Torino. I honestly never expected this movie to be as bloody hilarious as it was. There's just something endearing and genuinely funny about watching an 80 year old Clint Eastwood yell at kids to get off his lawn while being as racist as possible. It even comes to the point where the other characters in the... more

July 31st, 2009 at 12:19pm Comment

Gran Torino

Genre: Drama

An isolated, bigoted war vet befriends the Hmong family next door.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Blindness. Beautifully shot and with an interesting progression of events, Blindness reminds us that if everyone was suddenly blind, life would really suck. People helplessly crawling around the streets, being raped, beaten to death over food; that sort of thing. I've always had a soft spot for anything post ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 12:09pm Comment


Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Humanity is struck by an epidemic of blindness.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Angels and Demons. I never did see Da Vinci Code but I find it very unlikely that this could have been much of an improvement. Angels & Demons is basically a scavenger hunt that’s about as entertaining as watching a scavenger hunt, which doesn't happen to be very damn entertaining. In addition, whole movie is full of ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 11:58am Comment

Angels and Demons

Genre: Mystery & Suspense

Big-budget adaptation of Dan Brown’s blockbuster. Tom Hanks reprises his role as Robert Langdon.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Chocolate. A special needs person with a special need.... to kick some ass. The fact that said special needs person never gets around to kicking said ass until half an hour in doesn't help matters. The problem is that the story is predictably weak, made worse by god awful subtitles. Instead of hiring somebody ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 11:47am Comment


Genre: Action & Adventure

A girl sets out on a quest and encounters dangerous criminals.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Blue Velvet. David Lynch's greatest achievement can only be described as royally fucked up. Mind you it's still much more accessible then his earlier Eraserhead but still; the oddly placed symbolism, the contrast between the the corny music in the beginning and the startlingly serious tone later on and the ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 11:30am Comment

Blue Velvet

Genre: Mystery & Suspense

Returning home to care for his father, a college student stumbles on a mystery involving a singer, a sex maniac, and the girl of his dreams.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Paprika. Relentlessly surreal, Paprika sacrifices story for the sake of style and super weird imagery. However it does do a good job of making up for the lack of plot (and coherence) with oddities so bright and colorful and cheery that it's almost scary, especially when the psychotic undertones start kicking... more

July 31st, 2009 at 10:56am Comment


Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Anime about a device that helps therapists enter their patients’ dreams.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of American History X. Of all the films I've seen with anti-racism at its core, I'd say American History X is the best. Edward Norton, playing the ultimate skinhead turned nice guy, tries to keep his little brother from following the same path. The best thing about this movie (besides the super melodramatic curb stomp ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 10:28am Comment

American History X

Genre: Drama

An ex-con tries to shield his younger brother from the influence of Neo-Nazis.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Altered States. William Hurt plays a guy that repeatedly takes psychedelic drugs and locks himself in a sensory deprivation chamber in an attempt to find the ultimate truth to the universe. Bad shit happens. That's pretty much the entire movie in a nut shell. The lack of a story does Altered States no favors. All ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 9:55am Comment

Altered States

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Paddy Chayefsky tale about a university professor (William Hurt) who experiments with mind-altering drugs.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Religulous. A documentary that is pretty much Bill Maher going around and making the religious community look like idiots. The fact that Maher is a complete jackass seems to make matters somehow more entertaining, right down to when he tells us all to "Grow up or die". Good, good stuff. His interviews cover a ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 9:42am Comment


Genre: Documentary

Comedian Bill Maher sets out to prove how religion hurts us.

EvilWolfie wrote a review of Bright Future. Once you get past the jellyfish metaphor and the whole alienated youth thing, there's really nothing left. Sure the acting is nice, even if every character feels the need to wait at least 3 seconds between delivering lines. However the plot is completely desolate. There's simply nothing there. We ... more

July 31st, 2009 at 9:13am Comment

Bright Future

Genre: Drama

Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s film about murder and alienated youth in Tokyo.

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