9/10 … So there’s a street called Wisteria Lane, in Fairview in the fictional Eagle State, and there lived 4 desperate housewives. One was a hot tempered Italian (Lynette), one was a Trump voting bible thumping stick up her ass housewife (Bree), the third a psychotic dipping her nose in everything that’s not her business (Susan) and should be euthanized for societies well being. Last but not least we have the whore (Gabrielle) who does everything for money, clothes and jewelry. She has an affair with a underage gardener, but have no problems telling other who have affairS that what they do is wrong…

7/10 … A real slow burn of a drama TV show, with nice slow character build up. Akili McDowell in the main lead as David is really good. But although I really enjoy the show and will watch the next episode, I can’t shake the feeling that something is missing, some extra dimension to the whole storyline…

8,5/10 … The show ties together several families and peoples destinies, and I like to follow them all. One of my favorite actor, Brandons (Jason Mitchell) adventure into the food business, the adolecent friends Kevin (Alex R. Hibbert), ‘Papa’ (Shamon Brown Jr.) and Jake (Michael Epps). The traumatized war veteran Ronnie (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, or the obsessed-by-sneakers highly potent Emmett (Jacob Latimore) … the list goes on. It takes a smaller dive in the 3rd season when one of the main characters disappers from the show, but it kind of picks up when the main crime story through the hole season is introduced to the show…

Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World) is a 1982 Turkish science fantasy martial arts superhero adventure filmdirected by Çetin Inanç,[2][3] starring actor and martial artist Cüneyt Arkın.[4] The film is popularly known abroad as Turkish Star Wars, due to its notorious unauthorized use of footage, music and sound effects from Star Wars and other science fiction films.[5][6][7] The film combines science fiction themes with martial arts fantasy film action, having more in […]

Turkey in the 1960s and 70s was one of the biggest producers of film in the world even though its film industry did not have enough written material to start with. In order to keep up with the demand, screenwriters and directors were copying scripts and remaking movies from all over the world. Name any […]

7/10 … They took his money. They took his family. And now, they’ve taken his hands. But they can never take his revenge! Exploding from the same hallucinogenic netherworld as TURKISH STAR WARS, THE SWORD AND THE CLAW stars Turkish genre legend Cüneyt Arkin in his most iconic role. It’s CONAN THE BARBARIAN meets The Three Stooges meets DOLEMITE with more lo-fi bloodshed, pop-art visuals, and bizarro dubbing than the boundaries of reality can handle.

7/10 … Finally a sex comedy from the female perspective instead of the same old horny teen dudes trying to score. Really refreshing! For some reason there’s still this f**ked up mentality that girls are either the virgin or the whore. Hopefully more movies like this, the decline of religious influence in society and education can change that. This one is a no holds barred, it doesn’t shy away from anything. So apart from showing nudity there’s nothing missing. Several funny moments, but I was hoping for even more…

2/10 … If any of these people where real actors when filming this then I’m Batman. Holy crap are they bad! I don’t think it’s possible to have more stiff dialogues. Next up, the blood. Okey, it’s not just this movie, why was it so hard to get a blood-red color that actually looks something like real blood? But as I said, it’s not just in this movie, but also in masterpieces by Argento and so on….

9/10 … Conspiracy/cover-up movies is probably my absolute favorite genre, especially if it’s based on a true story. I think these are the most important movies of them all, movies that shows the real face of men in power. The willingness to sacrifice human lives for not losing “face” or to enrich themselves. Although, my questions always stands after these exposures…

I love 1970 and 1980’s movie posters and artwork, especially the 80’s. And for some reason especially movie posters and covers from Asia. I always think their versions are the coolest. When I talk about movie posters I think it’s more or less always Horror and Action movies that stand out…

9/10 … Conspiracy/cover-up movies is probably my absolute favorite genre, especially if it’s based on a true story. I think these are the most important movies of them all, movies that shows the real face of men in power. The willingness to sacrifice human lives for not losing “face” or to enrich themselves. Although, my questions always stands after these exposures…

The Pentagon Papers, officially titled Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force, is a United States Department of Defense history of the United States’ political and military involvement in Vietnam from 1945 to 1967. The papers were released by Daniel Ellsberg, who had worked on the study; they were first brought to the attention of the […]