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What-we-do-in-the-shadows-image-1 Mocku-Dracu-mentary

Has any supernatural creature had a rougher decade than vampires? “I mean, have you seen that sparkling British twerp? Just stake me already.” Dracula whimpers at his “Monsters Can Feel” small group, as The Mummy offers him some tissue. From Twilight to Dracula Untold, fanged fiction has been worse and worser. Happily, What We Do in the Shadows does more than just erase the crap path these immortal suckers were on,...


Simon pegg kriv stenders kill me three times Don’t Watch Once

Kill Me Three Times fails to be the Australian version of Pulp Fiction that director Kriv Stenders so clearly wants it to be. Besides the fact that’s a boring aspiration anyway, Stender’s new film never manages to emulate the energy of the classic Tarantino film. Everything feels routine: the three titled acts presented out of chronological order, the jarring shifts between humor and violence, the chronic...


Awful, Not Full of Awe

Preposterous, pseudointellectual, poorly constructed, clichéd, impenetrably masculine, goofy and possessed of an indecipherable ending, Interstellar is the mother of all misfires. It is a bloated juggernaut of stupidity, rolling its obese body stuffed with melodramatic subplots towards a conclusion that would have been laughed at had it been anyone other than writer/director Christopher Nolan who pitched it....


Run-all-night-joel-kinnaman-liam-neeson Define “Run”

At this point, there is just one Liam Neeson movie: Taken a Non-Stop Run All Night to Walk Among the Tombstones 3. Neeson isn’t in the midst of some Nicolas Cage supernova, in which an actor’s need to perpetually work and “get dat paper” creates an acting black hole more realistic than anything in Interstellar. It’s worse. Sadder somehow. Neeson is still trying, still making a genuine effort in each of these rote,...


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