Micro Review of “No Strings Attached”

I went into this movie expecting it to be Hollywood, formulated vomit. I had actually wanted to see the Mechanic, but this was the only film playing. And I have to say, it’s not too bad. But in reading this review do try to keep in mind that I have estrogen; my opinion is going to … Continue reading

A micro review of “Leaves of Grass” from Ragdoll

Many of you have probably passed by this movie on the shelf, or brushed past it in the Red Box selection; I know I did. It wasn’t until I got a free rental coupon that I got around to getting this movie. And now, I wish I hadn’t waited. From the green fists of the Hulk, to … Continue reading

“True Grit” by Ragdoll

Going into this film, I had pretty high expectations. From Raising Arizona to Fargo, the Coens brothers have always produced phenomenal work. I expected this movie to be great; I just didn’t how high on the scale of 1 to 10 it would be awesome. As a notice, I haven’t seen the original True Gritwith John … Continue reading

“Skyline” by Ragdoll

I honestly was expecting this movie to be pretty good. I heard it was independently made (out of studio control) so that these filmmakers could show us what they’re really made of (not an AVP2 flop). But alas, I was wrong. This movie made me feel sick (motion sickness as well as bored) and I … Continue reading

“Brother’s Justice” by Ragdoll

In all honesty, I had no real expectations for this movie. I wanted to see High School, which was screening at the same time, but Dax Shepard was supposed to be in attendance of his movie. I thought it would be cool to see him up close, so I went to Brother’s Justice. I didn’t … Continue reading

“Pickin’ and Grinnin’” by Ragdoll

Pickin’ and Grinnin’ was my first Austin film fest flick. I didn’t know what to expect of it, but stood in line since it physically the closest screening to me. By waiting in line, I gathered that the film followed two white guys in their thirties on the road to becoming country music stars (the … Continue reading

E-Zine October 2010

This month’s E-zine has a lot of extra Trick and Treats for you including our interview with a zombie that features the lovely Mary as our Zombie. Click the Image to download! Here’s a sample of Mary’s Shoot : The E-Zine as always is optimized for viewing on laptops, iPads, Nooks and Kindles. Feel Free … Continue reading

“Buried” by Ragdoll

90 minutes in a box? How do you make a movie about that? I had to know. I didn’t expect much from this movie at first. I had heard good things about it, but that was all I had to go on. Other than that, I was looking forward to hearing Stephen Tobolowsky after learning … Continue reading

“Never Let Me Go” by Ragdoll

Okay, let me start off by saying I don’t mind English movies. Being a HUGE Doctor Who fan, I’ll watch anything English. Needless to say I was curious about this piece. I had read previously somewhere that it was a sci-fi love story. This appealed both to my girly side and my nerdy side. Well…ugh. … Continue reading

“Let Me In” by Ragdoll

Let me start off by saying I have no account for the Swedish movie. I didn’t expect much of the film except for it to be a crappy American remake. I hoped it would be good since I liked Cloverfield and I see the potential in up-an-coming director, Matt Reeves. But, I know how America … Continue reading

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