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timmyd at 06:42 PM May 29

very cool

Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 year ago

Zoolander 2


Directed by: Ben Stiller
Written by: Justin Theroux
Cast: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Penelope Cruz, Christine Taylor, Kyle Mooney
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Genre: Comedy
Official Site:


The original movie was clearly an overstretched, zany SNL skit...but with a lot of charm. It was a light-hearted, fluffy bit of light relief that was quite clever in its witty take-down of the glitzy celebrity/fashion world. At the centre of this ridiculously glossy ham fest was the dynamite duo of the blonde, hippy-esque, Hansel, and the brunette, Tom Cruise-esque, Derek Zoolander. Both vacant, narcissistic, world famous male models clashing head to head for the grand number one spot in the fashion universe. Oh as a side plot, the evil Mugatu was trying to use Zoolander in order to assassinate a world leader. So what has changed for this belated sequel? well not much frankly. The plot actually follows in the same steps as before with Zoolander once again quitting the modelling world and then once again being forced back into it, this time to gain custody of his son. At the same time, Hansel has done pretty much the same thing and is also dragged back into the modelling world after his orgy partners all turn up pregnant. Both are invited back to 'civilisation' by the mysterious Billy Zane who is apparently still looking for that big break back into Hollywood (just like the original). Oh and Mugatu is still up to his old tricks...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: AlmostFamous91 (2/10) , Horrorfan99 (3/10) > Display all
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Red Dwarf

1. Arnold J. Rimmer, Bsc, Ssc: Technician, Second Class
2. Kryten: 4000 Series Mechanoid
3. Holly (Male Head)
4. Prison Governor Ackerman
5. Elvis Presley: Wax Droid
6. Captain Hercule Platini: Elite Space Corps
7. Talkie Toaster
8. Commander Arnold "Ace" Rimmer
9. Inquisitor: Simulant
10. Dave Lister: Technician, Third Class
11. Vending Machine (Tony Slattery)
12. Arnold J. Rimmer: Low Counterpart/Version
13. Confidence: Hallucination of Dave Lister
14. Caligula: Wax Droid
Moviefreak2010 at 03:52 AM May 23

cool list

BATeMAN at 01:21 PM May 23

Haha love this. Having flashbacks of some many great episodes, waxworld and Inquisitor are favourites of mine. Wax Elvis is hilarious!


8. What a Guy!

Do prefer Male vesion Holly, over Female. He's much funnier.

Vampjezzc at 12:55 AM May 29

One of my all time favorite shows.

Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 year ago

Bone Tomahawk


Directed by: S. Craig Zahler
Written by: S. Craig Zahler
Cast: Kurt Russell, Sean Young, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Richard Jenkins, David Arquette, Michael Pare
Genre: Horror, Western
Official Site:


OK lets be completely brutally honest here, I only watched this because of one thing and one thing only, the main star is Kurt Russell. There is literally no other reason that I watched this movie because I generally have little interest in horror flicks, unless they are part comedies or from the 50's black and white era, or starring an actor/s I genuinely enjoy watching (like Russell). Unfortunately I can report early on that my fears were cemented with this movie, other than Russell and the films title there is nothing of interest here at all, in fact its completely nonsensical crap of the highest order...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: cerealkiller182 (8/10) , Frosty_86 (9/10) > Display all
timmyd at 07:38 PM May 16

gulp ... I kind of dug it.

Sacamano at 03:44 PM May 17

Looks pretty lame to me.

Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 year ago



Directed by: Shinji Aramaki
Written by: Haruka Handa, Tsutomu Kamishiro
Cast: Ai Kobayashi, Jrta Kosugi, Yuki Matsuoka, Asumi Miwa
Studio: Geneon Entertainment
Genre: Animation
Official Site:


Based on the original manga series, this is a new movie with a re-interpretation of the original storyline, apparently, it is not an exact adaptation. That being said, it makes absolutely no difference to me because I'm completely new to this franchise having never seen anything related to it ever. Sure I've heard of this series, I've seen the imagery before, but that's all. So bare in mind this review is coming from a complete newbie, not to manga, but just to this particular material...[more]...

Hubbs created a LIST: about 1 year ago

Retro Board Games

1. Ratrace
2. Totopoly
3. Go For Broke!
4. Game of the Year
6. Monopoly
7. Wembly
8. Escape from Atlantis
9. Cluedo?
10. Turbo
11. Shark Attack!
12. Lost Valley of the Dinosaurs
13. The Vampire Game
14. Ghost Castle
15. Hero Quest
16. ThunderRoad
17. Horror House
Hubbs posted an IMAGE item: about 1 year ago

YoshioKun13 at 05:16 AM May 04

Looks like the Queen of Hearts from Tim Burton's ALICE as Pinhead

horrorfan2016 at 09:46 AM May 04

Hell yes.

timmyd at 07:32 PM May 04


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Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 year ago

Exodus: Gods and Kings


Directed by: Ridley Scott
Written by: Bill Collage
Cast: Christian Bale, Aaron Paul, Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley, John Turturro
Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
Genre: Drama
Official Site:


Oh boy, religion, a scary word. I haven't seen a biblical epic since I was a kid and in all honesty, I wasn't overly bothered about seeing this, but hey its a Ridley Scott film. For anyone that doesn't know, this story is of course based upon he Book of Exodus. The story of how the Israelites left their lives of slavery in Egypt behind them, and travelled the massive distance all the way to what is today Israel. Why on earth they went that long way around and not along the coast I dunno, something to do with the Philistines I believe, not friendly folk or whatever, hey lets not go there right. Twas a harrowing journey but luckily old Moses had God (Yahweh) on his side which certainly gave the home team an advantage over the dastardly Egyptians who were after them. Why was Ramesses (the Egyptians) after the Israelites when he had just let them go? Well he was pissed because he had been forced into the decision by Moses' best mate God, who had earlier reigned down a whole load of badassery upon them. Hey come on now, surely you all know this? possibly from Sunday school...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: The Arrow (6/10) , oscarxp25 (3/10) > Display all
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Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 1 year ago

London Has Fallen


Directed by:
Written by: Katrin Benedikt
Cast: Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, Radha Mitchell, Aaron Eckhart, Angela Bassett
Studio: Millennium Films
Genre: Action
Official Site:


There is something very eerie at this present time, about watching a movie, about the city you live in, being overrun with terrorists of a specific religious demographic, and turning the place into a war zone where you are unable to trust anyone, even in a uniform. Its certainly a bit of an eye opener and dare I these times, possibly not as completely unbelievable as you might think. Am I saying this movie encourages xenophobia? no no no, well maybe yes. All the baddies in this movie are from Pakistan (I believe?), a Muslim country, and everything you see in this movie revolves around horrendous terrorist attacks, bare with me. Now apart from the obvious in your face elements of British and American patriotism fighting against the evil villains, some of the dialog in this movie is actually kinda risque if I do say so myself. The finale where Butler's Banning is beating up a terrorist leader? have a look...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: AlmostFamous91 (4/10) , acerky (6/10) > Display all
Moviefreak2010 at 01:58 AM Apr 20


Hubbs posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 1 year ago

Star Wars: The Force Awakens


Directed by: J.J. Abrams
Written by: Michael Arndt
Cast: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Max Sydow, Daisy Ridley, Gwendoline Christie, Lupita Nyong'o
Studio: Walt Disney
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Science-Fiction
Official Site:


So here it is, the new trilogy, the new Star Wars for a new generation whilst trying to appease the original generations (including the prequel generation that time forgot). The first Star Wars sequel set after the classic trilogy, made a mere 32 years later, and set 30 years after the events in RotJ. In comparison this movie comes along 10 years after the final prequel movie, RofS, was made in 2005, and is set...God knows how many years after the events in RotS, gotta be at least 50 years plus. From TPM to this movie, its obviously even more years...oy vey! Now initially I wasn't gonna review this movie because some (classic) movies are so big there is nothing more to add (hence why I have never reviewed the original trilogy or films like 'Alien', what more can I add or say? We all know they are nigh on perfect). But after a few requests and the fact I cannot contain my frustration any more, here we go...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: KcMsterpce (6/10) , jeo4 (8/10) > Display all
sLaShEr84 at 08:37 AM Apr 17

I love Star Wars The Awaken.

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Directed by: Rob Letterman
Written by: Darren Lemke
Cast: Jack Black, Kumail Nanjiani
Studio: Sony
Genre: Family, Horror, Thriller
Official Site:


Back in the mid 90's there was a TV show that was basically a children's version of 'The Twilight Zone' for all intense and purposes. The show was based on the Goosebumps book series and was something I had heard of, had seen here and there, but never really watched, but I knew it was popular. I could say the same thing for the books honestly, I had heard of them back in the day, but I never really got into them, I think I was maybe a touch too old for the franchise because I remember brushing it aside thinking it was something for kids. On reflection I'm now not so sure I was correct with my decision back in the day as it seems Goosebumps isn't entirely for children after all. After some research it does appear that the series has a very nice adult undertone that isn't too heavy, yet can be fully appreciated by adults, maybe like a slightly softer 'Tales from the Crypt' perhaps...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: Moviefreak2010 (10/10) , TastetheW0ng (8/10) > Display all
sLaShEr84 at 01:56 PM Apr 11

Good movie.

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