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Sunday Squabble: Arrow’s Release of DONNIE DARKO is a Great Edition of a Great Film… or is It?

Friday Fights getting posted on Sundays seem to be a thing lately. Fridays get crazy, then Saturdays follow suit. In this week’s case, I had this almost set Friday night, then finished it yesterday, then my computer died. When I turned it back on, it reverted to an unedited version… so, I’m finally almost done…

The Kid in Black Recommends: THE JUNIE B. JONES CAST ALBUM

When you name your kid after Johnny Cash and Jimi Hendrix, it kind of goes without saying that he’s going to like music… a lot. In fact, his younger brother, also named after musicians (Eisley’s Weston Dupree and Say Anything’s Max Bemis), may even be more music obsessed than him. Thus, as someone who writes…

Michael Meh-ers: the Myth of HALLOWEEN’s Greatness

Halloween is considered one of the most important horror films of all time. It is said to have spawned the slasher genre, creating and perfecting many of the tropes still present in the subgenre today. Despite this popular opinion, John Carpenter’s 1978 modern horror classic is not actually nearly as important as given credit for.…