Tuesday, May 25, 2010

DVD Round Up

Look at the cast on this beast! Who thought this was a good idea? I would so NOT be the director for something like this, can you imagine the logistics and chaos of such a cast? No way. Oh and the movie is a little overdone and sappy.

Ah 80's cartoons. Nothing quite like the taste of Chuck Norris and Mr. T in animated form. These are some of the best and possibly the worst cartoons ever made. It's kind of a personal preference kind of thing.

The third in the series of men in prison beating the crap out of each other. Ever since Penitentiary people have always been clamoring for more of this stuff. Who can blame them? Fighting is cool.

Peanuts, no matter what, are always cool. These box sets are indispensable. Stop reading this claptrap and go buy them. NOW! Don't you dare read that Invictus review! Get out of here!

Well, the previous review should have scared everyone off so I don't have to write anything do I? Oh, one thing. I wish that Clint Eastwood would do another cowboy movie before he dies. We know he's smart and he doesn't have to prove it with his movies. That's all I'm saying.

Mel Gibson back in the crazy saddle? I'm sold!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Where’s Spot?
And other stories.
Based on the best-selling Books by Eric Hill
9 Full-length episodes at 30 minutes each
DVD Extras: Three Bonus Episodes, Spot’s Shapes and Colors Game, and Eric Hill reads as well.

Once again BBC has issued an amazing set of children’s stories from television programs based on books. And this time around, it’s all about 30 years of Eric Hill’s Spot stories that focus on a curious and lovable puppy and all the antics and mischief he gets into.
“Spot has disappeared! Can you help Sally find him? Is he behind the door? Is he inside the clock? Is he under the stairs? Kids will love searching for Spot in this adorable children’s classic. Plus, in this DVD, you’ll also have fun with Spot at the playground, at the park, in the bath, and more! There are six episodes in all together, each with its own special song, plus three bonus episodes and more! Spot has never been so delightful!”
Sit with your kids and enjoy the titles: Where’s Spot?, Spot’s Lost Bone, Spot at the Playground, Spot goes to the Park, Spot Finds a Key, and Spot Goes Splash! I guarantee your little ones will be absolutely enthralled with these popular and well known stories much as my little 4-year old was. She sat absolutely transfixed as the wonderful colors and stories played out. Highly recommended.

-- Stew Miller

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Jonah Hex Motion Comics!

I have always had a soft spot for this scarred gunslinger. well, except when they propelled him into the far flung future, but even that was alright.
Well, in anticipation of the new flick, DC is putting out motion comics.
I really despise iTunes, but a lot of you don't so, check it out here;


Friday, May 7, 2010

Preacher's Kid

Using the story of The Prodigal Son as a basis they switch genders and set it in modern day times. This is actually a well done, Christian based movie that will reach a wide audience. That's a great thing and I'm glad to see a company like warner Bros. doing things like this. I would recommend this movie to anyone.