Jaws 2 (1978) – Review Film, Reviews


The effect of Spielberg’s shark movie cannot be overstated, not since Norman Bates ruined showers for millions of people has a film kept so many people out of the water, so the idea of a sequel to this mega-blockbuster seems natural by today’s standards, but sequels were not the norm at this point in history.

Jaws (1975) – Review Film, Reviews


The impact of Steven Spielberg’s 1975 shark film cannot be understated; not only did it basically create a genre, we’ve been seeing countless shark movies ever since, but it is also responsible for the industry turning the summer from being a filmic dumping ground to the place to hold their tent-pole productions.

Tarzan and the Foreign Legion: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review Books, Reviews


Tarzan is no novice when it comes to war, in Tarzan the Untamed he mowed down countless Germans during WWI, but in Tarzan and the Foreign Legion we get a book that feels like more a military adventure story than Tarzan the Untamed did; which mostly resembled a standard Tarzan adventure that just happened to

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Tarzan the Magnificent: Edgar Rice Burroughs – Book Review Books, Reviews


Tarzan the Magnificent is actually two stories originally published separately; Tarzan and the Magic Men was published as a three part serial in the pages of Argosy Weekly in 1936 while Tarzan and the Elephant Men was a three part serial published in the pages of Blue Book between the years 1937 and 1938.

The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik-Yak (1984) – Review (NSFW) Film, Reviews


When you watch Raiders of the Lost Ark one thing is clearly missing, and that would be gratuitous nudity and bondage. Director Just Jaeckin sought to correct this oversight with his film Gwendoline (later retitled The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik-Yak) by using a character created by John Willie, an artist,

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The Remaining (2012) – Review Film, Reviews


You know what will ruin a wedding party? The Rapture, that’s what. In director Casey La Scala’s “sort of found footage” movie that is exactly what happens, and it’s basically a more palatable version of Left Behind: A Novel of the Last Days on Earth. This is not a good thing.