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More Shooting, Please

Heat changed a lot of things. Released in 1995, it was a sprawling crime saga pitting obsessive cop Al Pacino against clever thief Robert De Niro. Watching it, you’ll have a lot to enjoy. A ridiculously talented cast. Highly precise action scenes. Existential musings found within a labyrinthine plot. It’s probably the best thing writer/director Michael […]

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Have Your Day in the Sun…It’s Good for You!

The latest estimates suggest that nearly half the world’s population suffers from vitamin D deficiency. This is bad news since vitamin D  deficiency has been associated with a host of serious conditions: cancer, heart disease, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis and depression, as well as  brittle bones and the common cold. Currently, vitamin D is being […]

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The Hammer Of Witches

Horror is probably the most subjective genre in film, with comedy running a very close second. We all have our own individual cracks in our psyches, and certain fears strike us in different ways. What scares me may not necessarily scare you. It’s a shame, too, that horror is sneered at, looked down upon. It’s […]

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Hanger is a Real Thing

Ever skipped meals or eaten less in anticipation of a big meal later?  Chances are, you got hangry. Hangry is a hybrid of the words hungry and angry that illustrate the simmering grouchiness that goes along with waiting too long to eat.  There have been stories in the news about people lashing out aggressively over little […]

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With Great Power Comes Great Irresponsibility

Let’s say there’s this punk rock band. They’re not what you would call musically accomplished. Matter of fact, we have to wonder if they can even read music. All of their songs are short, probably two minutes or less. They don’t seem like much, truth be told. But we decide to check out their set, […]

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Lights, Camera, Abduction

For anybody who likes movies, especially those of us who are approaching or have already reached a certain age, there’s a temptation to drag out the hoary old chestnut of, “They don’t make ’em like they used to.” That statement is the rhetorical equivalent of Schrodinger’s Cat, where it is both true and false at the […]

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