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The Walking Dead Review: Excitement and Tension are Back in ‘Some Guy’

by Jeff Fountainon November 14, 2017
It is amazing what some excellent writing, great acting, and solid direction will accomplish. After three lackluster episodes to ring in season eight, we finally had an episode full of drama, tension, and excitement with ‘Some Guy’. Even another long-winded speech from Ezekiel wasn’t enough to ruin the great overall feel of dread and tension […]
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Movie Review: ‘It Stains the Sands Red’ Breathes Life into the World of Zombies

by Jeff Fountainon September 15, 2017
I know, I know, more zombies. Aren’t we all sick of this genre by now? However, before you turn away I’m very happy to say that It Stains the Sands Red takes the tired genre and gives it a different look and spin, providing some funny, original and almost endearing moments. The success of the […]

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The Flash Review: A Confusing But Fun Episode in “Cause and Effect”

by Jeff Fountainon May 10, 2017
After last weeks big reveal that Savitar was actually Barry Allen (I’ll try to explain this later), there was bound to be a bit of a letdown this week. What I didn’t expect for The Flash to go the joke-filled route, in what was almost a throwaway episode sometimes, that while great, couldn’t cover up […]
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Movie Review: A Strange But Entertaining Journey in “An American Dream”

by Jeff Fountainon March 22, 2017
When I read the description for An American Dream, I was intrigued. I didn’t fully understand what the movie was going to be about but I guess that’s what caught my interest the most. In a world of cookie-cutter movies, this film definitely stood out as original and while it had a few moments that […]

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Review: “The Gentle Art of Making Enemies” is Gotham’s Finest Hour

by Jeff Fountainon January 31, 2017
Admittedly, Gotham is not the most consistent of shows. There are times that it seems lost and episodes can turn into a confusing, over the top mess. However, the show is blessed with some solid characters and actors and when it focuses on its strength and tightens up its story lines, wonderful things happen. In […]
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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life “Fall” – Review

by Hannah Broadbenton November 28, 2016
This post WILL have spoilers! You have been warned. Check out my previous reviews of the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life episodes “Winter,” “Spring” and “Summer” first! Lorelai survived the (somewhat) wilderness and never got that cup of coffee, but she did get what she went out there for. When she was telling Emily the story […]

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life “Summer” – Review

by Hannah Broadbenton November 27, 2016
This post WILL have spoilers! You have been warned. Check out my previous reviews of the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life episodes “Winter” and “Spring” first! This episode was a weird one, so let’s jump in. We left off with Rory moving back to Stars Hollow, well okay, she’s not “back” but it sure does […]
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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life “Spring” – Review

by Hannah Broadbenton November 26, 2016
This post WILL have spoilers! You have been warned. If you haven’t seen my previous review for the Gilmore Girls revival, go check it out now! If you have, let’s get started reviewing the second episode, “Spring.” I’m just going to jump into this, WE FINALLY SEE MR. KIM! Throughout the whole series Lane’s dad gets mentioned […]

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life “Winter” – Review

by Hannah Broadbenton November 25, 2016
This post WILL have spoilers! You have been warned. While everyone else was waiting in line outside for Black Friday, me and thousands of other people were curled up on their couches waiting for the clock to strike midnight and Netlix to update with Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. I will be reviewing each […]
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Movie Review ‘War on Everyone’: A Beautiful Assault on Common Sense

by Jeff Fountainon October 16, 2016
Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2016 From the outside, this looks like a buddy-cop movie full of hi-jinks, violence and a barrage of one liners. In actuality…well, it is all of that but also a wonderfully wicked satire on the state of The United States law enforcement, set to the backdrop of ‘70’s cop shows […]