• Features Of Server Virtualization
  • The Beast Of Yucca Flats (1961)
  • The Last Samurai
  • The Art of Darkness: Apocalypse Now & Full Metal Jacket
  • A Quiet Place Part II
Features Of Server Virtualization The Beast Of Yucca Flats (1961) The Last Samurai The Art of Darkness: Apocalypse Now & Full Metal Jacket A Quiet Place Part II

Features Of Server Virtualization

Virtualization allows users to divide operating systems from the underlying hardware so that users can run various operating systems such as Linux, Windows, etc. on one physical machine at the same time. These operating systems are known as guest OS. Enhanced Security The capability to manage the performance of guest applications in a fully transparent […]

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 Beast Of Yucca Flats (1961)

The Beast Of Yucca Flats is a mind-melting mess of a horror movie created by the one and only Coleman Francis. This movie is only 54 minutes long, but it seems to drag on for hours. Where to begin? How about the opening scene where a topless babe gets nonchalantly choked out (by the beast, […]

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. […]

A Quiet Place Part II

“A Quiet Place Part II” – Everything can hear you scream. Since I did not write a full review of A Quiet Place, just noted it as arguably the best movie of 2018 in my year-end review, it is worth spending a little time here to talk about it before getting into Part II. A […]

Cruella

“Cruella” – A tale of two Emmas. For years, Disney has been trying to recapture the magic of beloved classics, either by remaking them or attempting to reimagine them, and mostly failing. Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Maleficent, and more. I get that people have enjoyed some of them, […]

Without Remorse

“Without Remorse” – Until you watch this film. While we continue to wait for theaters to reopen with movies we actually want to pay for, streaming services are still pumping out plenty of content for us to chew on. Three weeks ago, Without Remorse dropped on Amazon Prime and I finally found some time to […]

Mortal Combat

Mortal Kombat (1995): Better Than You Remember Let’s take a walk through pop culture history and talk about one of my favorite movies. In my opinion, it is the greatest video game to film adaptation to date. This movie isn’t just good by video game movie standards, it is good by regular action movie standards, […]

The Godfather: Part III

2hrs 42 minutes (but it feels like eternity), R for wholly implausible violence Fair Value of The Godfather Part Three: -$15.00. Ordinarily, in my work day, my profession earns me about $30/ hour. This film wasted three hours of my life. I want my Saturday back. I want my life back. I want to be […]

Wrath Of Man

“Wrath of Man” – You think you’re soooo clever. One of the things I enjoy the most about writing movie reviews is learning new things. For instance, did you know Guy Ritchie was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award (Razzie) for worst director? And if you were guessing for which movie, it was not for […]

The Godfather: Part 2

3 hours 22 minutes, R for numerous murders Fair Value of The Godfather Part II : $18.00. It’s overlong and the pacing can drag, but it’s an immaculately acted film with several stunning set pieces. Focus on the Family: The first Godfather was a study in the parallels between Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) and his […]

Bull Durham (1988)

Well, it is springtime, or so I’ve been told. For those of you who don’t know me, which is pretty much all of you, I’ve been a baseball fan and junkie for a lot of my life. Not so much lately, but in the Golden Era of Mays, Mantle and Duke Snider, I was all […]

The Godfather (1972)

2 Hours 57 minutes, rated R for Gangland Violence Fair Value of The Godfather: $30.00. It is essential American Cinema. Fundamental to an entire genre of movie. But How Good Is it? The first time I saw the Godfather was on a date when I was sixteen years old with my first girlfriend, whom I […]