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Drunken Monkey Movie Review Series – Puppet Master IV: The Demon (1993)

In Featured, Movies, Pretty Cool, Rated, REVIEW, Reviews by Peggy0 Comments

All righty. Here we are with Part IV. I couldn’t remember if I saw this one until Gordon Currie’s character showed up. But even then I didn’t remember the big demon guy watching over everything. Which tells you something about him…despite the ridiculous rubber suit, he’s pretty forgettable. Anyway, let’s get into it! REMINDER: I may reveal spoilers since my editor …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Indivisible

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Indivisible is the story of two twin, teenage sisters, with beautiful singing voices, looking to breakout from the derelict home life they have and seek a better  life all for themselves. This proves extremely difficult by the fact they have an overbearing father, a drugged out mother, and they are, in fact, conjoined twins.   I was extremely curious going …

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KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE or The Rise of Elton John!

In Movies, Reviews by Matthew Pionk0 Comments

Elton. Fucking. John. One would think anything beyond those three words when starting a movie review would be completely irrelevant. Kingsman: The Golden Circle delivers a worthy sequel from beginning to end.  With its star studded cast, Matthew Vaughn’s sophomore entry into the Kingsman franchise is nothing short of a spectacle.     Kingsman is the kind of comic adaptation …

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MOVIE REVIEW: DRACULA IN VEGAS (1999)

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Writer/director Nick Millard is known for producing a series of tight (aka $0 budgeted) shot on video features in the 80’s and 90’s. He started in skin flicks before graduating to fare like CRIMINALLY INSANE, DEATH NURSE, and of course DRACULA IN VEGAS. This little gem as somehow made it from magnetic tape to digital disc and the world is …

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MOVIE REVIEW: HELL UP IN HARLEM (1973)

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Picking up at the exact moment BLACK CAESAR ended, the story picks up with Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson) on the verge of death. Thankfully, his father Papa Gibbs (Julius Harris) gets to him in time. While Tommy is getting his strength back, Papa is out on the streets helping him settle the score so they can rise to power together. …

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MOVIE REVIEW: mother!

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Mother! is the new film from visionary director Darren Aronofsky, and the best I can say is it is definitely his vision. I saw this film on a Tuesday afternoon, and here it is Thursday night and I still can’t quite put into words what I saw. This film is wholly unique to Aronofsky, no one could have done what …

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MOVIE REVIEW: American Assassin

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American Assassin is the new film from director Michael Cuesta (he directed the criminally underseen Kill the Messenger) and stars Dylan O’Brien and the great Michael Keaton. I admit, I was not really excited about this movie or really knew what it was about (obviousness aside). I saw one trailer over the summer and while I was intrigued, it didn’t …

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MOVIE REVIEW: IT 2017

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Doesn’t seem to be a person on earth who didn’t see IT this weekend. Of course those with crippling Clown phobias avoided it like the plague, but judging by the weekend box office numbers IT is a mega hit and will likely be one of the most profitable horror movies of all time. I of course decided to throw my …

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MOVIE REVIEW: IRON PROTECTOR (2016)

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After the death of his master, Wu-Lin (Yue Song) makes his way to the big city to try and move onto the next phase of his life. Nothing more than a peasant, he’s just a man who wants to make a living. He then runs into his brother (played by Xing Wu) who runs a company who supplies bodyguards. As …

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MOVIE REVIEW: A TAXI DRIVER (2017)

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In October 1979, South Korean President Park Chun-hee was assassinated, thus ushering in a new era of democracy. General Chun Doo-hwan seizes power of the country causing the citizens to protest in the streets with hopes of democracy. In Gwangju, riots have overtaken the streets and the city was shut down. In Seoul, Kim Man-seob (Song Kang-ho) is barely making …