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coming attractions w/ boy&horse January 2013

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What’s to see this January? Not Much

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boy&horse hates fun… 2012-004 – Haywire

Title - Haywire

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Introduction

I really can’t say why this movie was made. There hasn’t been a dirth of Female Action Stars, that said I did enjoy this movie despite have absolutely no plot.

(from here, there be spoilers!)

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boy&horse hates fun… 2012-003 – Underworld: Awakening

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Introduction

Underworld: Awakening is a big-budget sequel to one of the better Vampire vs. Werewolf Franchises. Released early this year with moderate fanfare, the film was a moderate success.

(from here, there be spoilers!)

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boy&horse hates fun… 2012-002 – The Divide

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This one ran a little long, so i had to split the vid in twain

Part 1

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Part 2

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Introduction

The Divide is another independent disaster film, that was the first in theater movie I saw in January of 2012.

(from here, there be spoilers!)

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boy&horse hates fun… 2012-001 – Beneath the Darkness

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Introduction

Beneath the Darkness is not a good movie, it is tedious, near impossible to get through and just tiring.

The film was an independent semi-horror suspense thriller that is never horrific (not even semi) suspenseful or thrilling. The story is trite, plodding and the characters are never really likable. Except for the villain; who is the only saving grace for this film. Dennis Quaid is fun to watch, channeling crazy like only his brother has in the past, but even he is not enough to carry what is little more than a made for TV movie, and had it been released to TV first, it might have gotten more of a pass.

As is, this tired effort is just boring.

In a word: Boring.

(from here, there be spoilers!)

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Orange Lanterns Unite: Kotobukiya Robocop Edition 209 Model Kit…

I have wanted one of these for lab defense for years…


…effective? Hell’s yeah…

…we were going to fire him anyway…

[click the image for the product page]

Orange Lanterns Unite!


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Orange Lanterns Unite: KRE-O USS Enterprise…

Whoa mamma…

 

…this one has a teaser trailer…

…KRE-O is seriously making me reconsider my blind devotion to Lego…

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Orange Lanterns Unite!


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Black Lanterns Wail: RIP Ernest Borgnine

Ernest Borgnine. January 24, 1917 – July 8, 2012

I know that most people my age really only know Ernest Borgnine from Laser Mission, or Airwolf, or at the very most The Poseidon Adventure.

But I’ll always think of Marty, the story of a heavy-set Italian-American butcher who lives in The Bronx, New York City, with his mother.

The first time I saw Marty was just as I entered High School, it wasn’t the first black and white movie I had seen and certainly not the oldest, but it was instantly a favorite.

I don’t know. What do you want to do tonight, Marty?

Is still one of my most used quotes.

My affection for Marty doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy the silliness of Laser Mission, or the over the top stupidity of The Poseidon Adventure, I just know that Borgnine had more in him than Mermaid Man. A short List of examples are:

I think we all have the urge to be a clown, whether we know it or not. The clown we see is a fascinating person, expressing pathos, poignancy, joie de vivre. It’s an opportunity to express one’s innermost feelings while hiding behind a mask.

 

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