With Harry Potter week in full swing here at CliqueClack, I would be remiss to not mention the other Potter film premiering this week … a short fan film made purely out of love for the Boy Who Lived and his world.
What movie am I going to watch this 4th of July? Do you even need to ask?
Oh HI, readers. I got the results of the test back and you’re tearing me apart! Let’s go eat, hahh? If this makes any sense to you, then you’re either mentally ill or you’ve seen ‘The Room.’
Sappy monster romance is big with the young ladies these day (so they tell me), and ‘Beastly’ is catered to that audience. Too bad it’s god-awful … and kind of misses the point.
Saturday’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ episode featured a sort of re-imagining of a classic ‘SNL’ skit. And that got me thinking …
With such an onslaught of contemporary monster stories out there in pop culture, “Dylan Dog: Dead of Night” isn’t exactly groundbreaking, even if the comic it’s based on was unique for its time.
There are some critics of the video game industry who group every game into the same label: mindless entertainment with no artistic value. Those critics haven’t met GLaDOS.