Rage (aka Tokarev) Review

by Vandel July 24, 2014

Nicolas Cage.

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The Bug Museum -or- A Creationist’s Worst Nightmare

by Goat July 23, 2014

  I know that Ruthless Reviews is not a travelogue, but I simply must comment on a fascinating place that I encountered in my travels to Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Some of you may have noticed this on my FaceBook page, The Harrell House of Natural Oddities, or The Bug Museum.  I’ll leave the contact […]


Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

by Alex K. July 22, 2014

Maybe I am taking a movie about monkeys riding horses too seriously, but even the original Planet of the Apes was pretty silly. The subtext was…


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

by Devon Pack July 21, 2014

The central theme of this film is that while assholes may not always triumph, they will always be present, and they will always do enough to ensure that there will be no lasting peace or understanding between the races.


22 Jump Street

by Devon Pack July 17, 2014

22 Jump Street is not as clever as Hot Fuzz, but it’s not as slapstick and pun driven as the The Naked Gun franchise.


JUDAS PRIEST – Redeemer of Souls

by Matt July 13, 2014

Still Defending the Faith

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by Goat July 11, 2014

  Snowpiercer (2013) I really like Korean Film (Thanks, Steen).  When I saw that Joon-Ho Bong was making a movie for us Americans, I was both thrilled and apprehensive, not knowing how badly things would be screwed up.  Certainly unknown to most casual moviegoers, Joon-Ho Bong is a Master and is known for movies like […]


Mile…Mile and a Half

by Goat July 7, 2014

“Sometime you need to just get away….”   I don’t know if this was a documentary, an art exhibit, a magnificent display of some of the best cinematography ever, or just the very best of the human condition. Every once and a while in the wasteland of the Netflix click posters you find a real […]


You Won’t BELIEVE What A Piece Of Shit Transcendence Is!

by Vandel July 5, 2014

Almost dumber than Gravity. Almost.

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by Devon Pack July 4, 2014

I snickered often but laughed rarely. It’s a Rule 63 version of a middling Chris Farley road comedy, lighter on the body humor and heavier on the empathy.