• The Odd Couple (1968)
  • Ten Memorable Acts Of Violence In Movies
  • Land-Based Or Online Casinos-Which To Choose?
  • Terminator Salvation (2009)
  • What To Know About Dog Treats
The Odd Couple (1968) Ten Memorable Acts Of Violence In Movies Land-Based Or Online Casinos-Which To Choose? Terminator Salvation (2009) What To Know About Dog Treats

The Odd Couple (1968)

The Odd Couple is a classic comedy from another time, a different era, no, another planet. It was not violent or vulgar and men wore coats and ties, even to poker games. None of this is what really sets this movie apart from today’s fare. The difference is great acting, banter and dialogue that is […]

Ten Memorable Acts Of Violence In Movies

Growing up in 1980’s Britain with the video nasties scare, I implicitly absorbed movie violence was bad and if I watched enough I’d eventually take an axe to random passersby. Now while this proved unfortunately true in my case, most people remain unaffected. In fact, someone like you has probably already forgotten hundreds, if not […]

Land-Based Or Online Casinos-Which To Choose?

Land-based or online casino: which to choose? With the inception of online casinos, playing classic games changed forever. Casino sites took the concept of land-based casinos, and offered it to their players whenever and wherever they chose to play.  Online casinos have come a long way since their humble beginnings, but so have land-based establishments, […]

Terminator Salvation (2009)

“Terminator: Salvation” – Eff yeah. My original review of Terminator: Salvation was written in 2010. I’d like to believe my writing has gotten a lot better since then, but I’m biased. As it turns out, Goat discovered that nobody had reviewed Terminator: Salvation over at Ruthless Reviews, so I volunteered my review. But first, I […]

What To Know About Dog Treats

When it comes to delivering cannabis plant advantages to their pets, 60% of pet parents opt for cannabidiol dog treats. Why is this so? Well, it’s easy to administer, and dog owners may use it for behavioral training. It’s also tasty for all kinds of furry best pals. Is it possible for things to get […]

Top 10 Movies Not To Watch Before…

Some movies are so bland they pretty much leave your head as the end credits roll. Others contain such unnerving scenes… like the opening of Jaws … that they are never forgotten. The horrifying death of that helpless skinny dipper is the perfect example of how a movie can worm its way into your brain […]

Black Widow (2021)

“Black Widow” – Back up a step. Not even a pandemic can stop Marvel. Even with the delayed movie releases, Marvel seemed to be ready for any contingency. WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki have filled in the movie/television schedule that has otherwise been a giant void of nothing. Now, with things opening […]

The Tomorrow War

The sun’ll come out tomorrow Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow There’ll be sun Just thinkin’ about tomorrow Clears away the cobwebs and the sorrow ‘Til there’s none Director Charles McKay and writer Zach Dean slathered on the sunblock for this shlock, with the inspired title of The Tomorrow War. (A personal note: This humble […]

Werewolves Within (2021)

1 Hr 37 minutes, R for hands getting chewed off. Fair Value of Werewolves Within: -$4.00. “I feel like I’m trapped in a bad dinner theater murder mystery, and they’re not letting me leave.”- this quote, uttered by one of the characters, completely embodies the experience of this film. From the Uwe Boll School of […]

F9: The Fast Saga

“F9” – Dumb a thousand times. F9 is one the dumbest movies I have ever seen. It was so dumb, rather than waste brain cells and precious time thinking about this travesty, I considered just writing the word “dumb” one thousand times and calling it a review. That is what this movie deserves. But, the […]

Phenomena (1985)

1 Hr 56 minutes, rated R for Giallo levels of gore WARNING: This film isn’t quite as hard core as a Fulci film, but it does definitely go there, both in terms of gore, ugly mutilation, and decomposition. If you can’t stand maggots you may very well want to skip that particular Argento film. Fair […]

The Fly (1958)

I have been asked before what horror movie was the scariest or the best of all time, and for this I would have to go with Alien for sheer competence, terror and technical excellence. However, if you are merely 9 years old, and quite the naive little impressionable twat, this movie terrified me like nothing […]

The Last Samurai

EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube is now streaming some great movies, in totality, with ads. Here is one that Matt reviewed. Enjoy. Despite what I might say in the remainder of this review, I liked The Last Samurai. Even with its 2 1/2 hour length, it moved quite well and I was engaged throughout. Director Edward Zwick, […]

The Art of Darkness: Apocalypse Now & Full Metal Jacket

“War is hell,” the cliche’ proclaims, but it seems to be entertaining hell. Along with other ghastly subjects such as murder and vampirism, war ranks among the most popular and commonly used subject matter of filmed entertainment, and no war has yielded more or better films than the one in Vietnam between 1955 and 1975. […]

Bodacious Ruthless BBQ Beans

Well, why not share a recipe for BBQ Beans here at Ruthless? There is not much else going on, so we might as well celebrate July 4th with something other than beer and fireworks. There is not much that is more American than voting and BBQ, and we are about to lose the right to […]