The violent Brazilian satire, ‘The Cannibal Club,’ keeps viewers entertained with a clever story, graphic sex and gore, and a wonderful visual aesthetic.
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We hear about Syria a lot these days. Ravaged by ISIS, crushed by their own dictatorial leaders, the Syrian population is wildly displaced, with millions of refugees looking for new … Continue reading Stars in Broad Daylight
I think my memories of “Twin Peaks,” as with those of many folks, are scarred by how the series faded away, rather than how it started. The phenomenon began with … Continue reading Return to Twin Peaks
You probably hear the word thrown out offhandedly; maybe you played a board game when you were in high school; maybe you listen to the wrong radio stations. Maybe it … Continue reading Illuminatus! Trilogy: “They” with a capital “T”
South Park fans had a moment of doubt when the series paused last June (mid-season) with a sobering thought: You’re getting old. After ~15 years, one movie, and a spinoff … Continue reading Corina’s Cartoon Cuts: South Park returns… with Ass Burgers!