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‘mother!’ Review

† H a p p y   H a l l o w e e n †

This one I recommend.

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This one’s a Must-see!

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‘The Fall’ (2006)

by Tarsem Singh

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Tarsem Singh’s The Fall is mastery of photography, color, scenery, editing, and imagination the likes of which you have never seen, and most likely will not see again after the fact. It is a story told by a broken stuntman of American silent films, as envisioned by a nine-year-old Romanian girl who shares the same hospital. The result is, and I do not hand this designation out like candy these days, unique. View full article »

NEW VIDEO: Try to guess…

Ugh! Fine! On this month’s episode, CarpenThor goes undercover as the San Andreas government puts a bounty on all known metahumans, all while averting the dark forces of Tharkseid. Also there’s a blowjob scene. Sorta.

Meanwhile, Lois Jewthor ventures through the timelines, visits forgotten moments from her past, and may even discover an entirely different universe; Frank revisits lost memories of his own after another fight with Diana; the omnipotent Madame Völva takes Misty under her wing; Sinistor investigates a second space-time anomaly with superempowering properties; Chesterfield gets his big break, and Norman Stillbourne learns from General Trax of one final method through which to create the ultimate metahuman.

All that, some Lynchian imagery, and more on this episode of even more crap I threw together in GTA V.

This one’s worth skipping.

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Works as punishment.

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‘Friend Request’ Review

This one’s worth skipping.

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‘A Ghost Story’ Review

This one’s a Must-see!

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If you hang out either on Twitch or among the skeptics and anti-feminist vloggers of YouTube, you may have heard of Steven “Destiny” Bonnell a few times, be it through height jokes or complaints about how smug, arrogant, and punchable he is. He seems to advocate many of the same ideas as the “social justice” crowd, but is notable in that instead of petulantly blocking the aforementioned skeptic types, this guy’s all about debating the fuck out of people and may not even be a true SJW as far as “not saying bad words” or posting Communist memes goes. View full article »