Sometimes people eat each other, sometimes people force other people to eat each other. Either cause they’re really hungry, or just pants hungry. But yeah this episode is about eating people, and only that. We might have also touched on a certain art website. Is your Hunger for the unknown enough for you to sink…
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Posted by Jonny in Comedy, Crime, Guttural Frequency, Horror, Podcasts / April 22, 2016 /Leave a comment
One of the more entertaining of Steven Seagal’s DTV era productions due to it’s varied range of genre and cast. Rather than the usual Seagal fare of CIA guy who is the shadowing one man army against his foes with bored an monotone deliveries of uninspired dialogue, this flick has the chop sockey Aikido master…
Posted by Jonny in Action, Crime, DVD Vault, Genre, Jonny's Final Word, Martial Arts, Movies, Reviews / February 1, 2014 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2014, Action, Crime, Danny Trejo, Force of Execution, Martial Arts, Review, Steven Seagal, Ving Rhames
Ben Affleck is such a fan of Michael Mann’s Heat that he took it upon himself to remake the entire movie! There’s nothing terribly original about the movie other than it’s set in Boston which is Affleck’s home town and an unsettling similarity to the Departed which only came out a few years ago. The…
Posted by Jonny in Crime, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / May 7, 2012 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2012, Ben Affleck, Crime, Jeremy Renner, the Town
This is a pot boiler built on characters and slow built pressure akin to the Cohen Brother’s “The Man Who Wasn’t There” with a much darker edge.
Posted by Jonny in Crime, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / December 7, 2010
Tags: 2010, Casey Affleck, Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, Noir, The Killer Inside Me, Thriller
Yet another low budget movie tries to crawl out of the woodwork with flashy editing and quality veteran character actors to fill out the cast. This time, it works out pretty well.
Posted by Jonny in Crime, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / July 27, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Crime, DTV, DVD, Michael Ironside, Robert Forster, The Bannen Way