Movie Review: Mad Max – Fury Road (Super Smash Bros. Edition)

Genre: Action/Adventure Director: George Miller Running Time: 120 Minutes From the Director of "Babe - Pig in the City" and "Happy Feet" The Plot In post-apocalyptic Straya, resources are scarce and closely guarded. Imperator Furiosa (Charilze Theron) is a lieutenant sent by our villainous despot, Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne), to collect gasoline. Unbeknownst to the... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Erotic Baptism – And the Lord Entered Her with His Love

A cautionary tale kids, don't ever use the words "do your worst" when giving a sadist permission to find literary offal for your blog. I honestly cannot tell if this is the best troll in the history of offensive literature or if the alleged author stands firmly by this work. I must a agree with the author... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Clone 3 (The Clone Chronicles Book 1) – The Forgotten Years

I didn't have a clue that this was a young adult book when I bought it. I read the blurb, thought it sounded interesting and clicked the "buy" button. As soon as I started reading, it didn't take long to reaslise that I was not the intended audience for this book, and I don't mean... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Panty Whisperer Vol. 1 – Stalker Edition

Women who read this sort of smut, and still berate men for watching porn, need to stop kidding themselves. This entire pamphlet was the literary equivalent of a ten minute porn vid minus the annoying sounds that the women tend to make but with all the shitty dialogue. People like to convince themselves that these two media... Continue Reading →

TBT Movie Review: Gattaca – The only time Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman looked attractive

Genre: Sci-Fi/Drama/Thriller Director: Andrew Niccol Running Time: 106 Minutes "No, we now have discrimination down to a science." In the not-too-distant future, in a world based on and obsessed with perfection, there is one man who refuses to accept what chance has allotted him, and chooses to change his stars. The Plot Vincent Freeman (Ethan Hawke) was a... Continue Reading →

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