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Movie Review – Concrete Cowboy

Director: Ricky Staub Starring: Caleb McLaughlin, Idris Elba, Lorraine Toussaint Year: 2020 Nomadland 2.0?  Not so fast.  Concrete Cowboy might be an attempt in that same direction, telling us a story about real folks in a many that we can consume, but it’s not nearly up to the standard of a film that should win

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Movie Review – The Black Cauldron

Director: Ted Berman, Richard Rich Starring: Grant Bardsley, Susan Sheridan, John Hurt Year: 1985 I have so much to say about this film I might explode.  Let me begin by noting that I was & am a big fan of the Prydain Chronicles; I read them 30ish years ago, I’ve often revisited them, I’ve read

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Sports – NFL 2021 Old Faces New Places

The 2021 NFL season is almost here. Before we start predicting who will win what, let’s take a look at the new places that some old faces have landed during the offseason. Here are some free agents and traded players in fresh locations that might change the future of their new clubs:   Emmanuel Sanders

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Movie Review – Deathstalker II

Director: Jim Wynorski Starring: John Terlesky, Monique Gabrielle, Maria Socas Year: 1987 Deathstalker is one of the better ridiculous 80s fantasy movies, it has since become a cult classic, but I might have to start a campaign to champion its offspring, Deathstalker II, which is almost as good as its daddy.  These films simply know

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Movie Review – The Warrior and the Sorceress

Director: John Broderick Starring: David Carradine, Maria Socas, Luke Askew Year: 1984 Star Wars, Beastmaster, a Western, and “Mad” Max Rockatansky all walk into a bar, and what comes out again after a few hefty drinks is The Warrior and the Sorceress, a bastardized version of much that has come before, but in a new,

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Book Review – The Regulators

Author: Stephen King Year: 1996 Stephen King wrote Desperation under his own name and The Regulators under a pseudonym, releasing them at the same time as a sort of experiment; which would do better, the former because King’s name had become a household word, or the latter because readers simply choose the novel they think

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