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Friday, February 8, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

How do you watch TV? Now, I don’t mean in the physical sense because for the vast majority of us the answer is still, thankfully, with our butts firmly planted on our living room sofas. Perhaps the better question would be: How do you watch your favorite TV shows? I’m old enough to reme... [More]

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Thursday, February 7, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

  I don’t expect a lot from a movie called “Dawn of the Dragonslayer,” but I do think it is reasonable for me to anticipate a crappy movie that is packed to the gills with dragons. At least this is what Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale have led me to believe. That sai... [More]

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Wednesday, February 6, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

  Denzel Washington is such a great actor he can make a nearly two-and-a-half hour movie about alcoholism not feel tedious. It doesn’t hurt that there is an amazing plane crash sequence to kick things off. See for yourself why Denzel deservedly snagged another Oscar nomination for his ... [More]

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Trailer Park »

Monday, February 4, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

  I really enjoyed the first "Iron Man" and I can barely remember the second one outside of Mickey Rourke's weird accent and a perfectly good waste of Sam Rockwell.  So I'm fairly ambivalent about "Iron Man 3." That said, this is a pretty cool trailer and I applaud the conviction of havi... [More]

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Friday, February 1, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

It’s hard to say what we have seen more of in movies, a zombie apocalypse or forbidden teenage love. It’s also hard to say which is scarier, but that is a conversation for another time. What we haven’t seen before is forbidden teenage love set amid a zombie apocalypse and we certa... [More]

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theater reviews »

Friday, February 1, 2013 | by: Mat DeKinder

I have a lot of admiration for musical theater when it embraces what it is and abandons any and all sense of pretense. When you think about it, most musicals are just (hopefully) great songs, lavish production numbers and a few bawdy jokes packed with a whole lot of filler. “Priscilla Quee... [More]