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The ‘Burbs: Damn It, You Were So Close
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The ‘Burbs: Damn It, You Were So Close

By Vince Gaetano Have you ever seen the movie Suspicion? 1941, starred Carry Grant and Joan Fontaine, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Fair enough, if you haven’t. But be forewarned, I’m about to spoil it for you. Also, I’m going to spoil The ‘Burbs. That one’s from 1989, starred Tom Hanks and was directed by Joe … Continue reading

Stretch: I Can’t Find a Fitting Synonym for “Frustrating”
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Stretch: I Can’t Find a Fitting Synonym for “Frustrating”

By Vince Gaetano This is certainly one of the sillier movies I’ve seen in a while, that much is true. We are given a limo driver (the titular Stretch), a ghost, a millionaire drug addict and sex fiend, an FBI sting operation, a suicide, a white wannabe rapper and his three prostitutes/back-up singers, car chases, … Continue reading

About a Boy: If You’re Looking for Something Better, You’re Just Being an Asshole
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About a Boy: If You’re Looking for Something Better, You’re Just Being an Asshole

By Nick Benson If you’re like me, you’re almost always in search of that feel good show that’s perfect for watching in batches of three or four. One that’s good enough to hold your attention but mild enough to never negatively affect your mood so that you can pop off an episode during dinner, just … Continue reading

He Loves the Schlock, Episode Fourteen: Night of the Demons 2
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He Loves the Schlock, Episode Fourteen: Night of the Demons 2

By Vince Gaetano Sometimes the best movies are just the worst. Does that sound confusing? Of course it does! But don’t worry. I’m here to make things crystal clear. Or at least less muddy. I thought October had long since left us. No, I suppose you’re right, dear reader. “Long” may not be the most … Continue reading

Nightmare Factory: No Need to Pat Them On the Back, They’ve Already Done That Themselves
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Nightmare Factory: No Need to Pat Them On the Back, They’ve Already Done That Themselves

By Vince Gaetano Allow me to break down almost every single scene in this supposed documentary: A special effects artist will say something along the lines of, “Movies can’t really be made without us. We’re like the rock stars behind the scenes.” This is then followed by several short clips that do basically nothing to … Continue reading

He Loves the Schlock, Episode Thirteen: Day of the Dead
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He Loves the Schlock, Episode Thirteen: Day of the Dead

By Vince Gaetano Sometimes the best movies are just the worst. Does that sound confusing? Of course it does! But don’t worry. I’m here to make things crystal clear. Or at least less muddy. Last episode it was Tobe Hooper on the chopping block. Now it’s George Romero’s turn. I did not plan for this, … Continue reading

The Hunting Party: Hi-Ho the Dairy-Oh
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The Hunting Party: Hi-Ho the Dairy-Oh

By Vince Gaetano A plucky trio of journalists try to locate a notorious war criminal in war-torn Bosnia. That’s it, really. Fairly straight forward, which I always enjoy, but botched during the execution, which I do not. Things begin, as they always, always, fucking always seem to in these kinds of movies with a voiceover. … Continue reading

He Loves the Schlock, Episode Twelve: Invaders from Mars
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He Loves the Schlock, Episode Twelve: Invaders from Mars

By Vince Gaetano Sometimes the best movies are just the worst. Does that sound confusing? Of course it does! But don’t worry. I’m here to make things crystal clear. Or at least less muddy. Tobe Hooper. According to Microsoft Word, the man can’t even spell his own name correctly. Though in all fairness, neither can … Continue reading

BoJack Horseman: I Would Very Much Like to See More
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BoJack Horseman: I Would Very Much Like to See More

By Vince Gaetano In a world populated by both human beings and anthropomorphic animals, BoJack Horseman stands out as an irredeemable, egotistical drunk. Yes, he is a horse. Mostly. He is also human in many ways. He wears people clothes, has human hands, and speaks near-perfect English in Will Arnett’s voice. There are also human-dog … Continue reading

Not Not True: We’re Back, Baby!
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Not Not True: We’re Back, Baby!

By Vince Gaetano As the self-proclaimed “Average Joes” of the online entertainment industry, we here at Netschtick may not always know what we’re talking about. But that’s never stopped us from being right. I’m always a little hesitant to write one of these, which probably explains why I haven’t written one in a while. There … Continue reading

Star Wars: Episode Something or Other
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Star Wars: Episode Something or Other

By Stephen Warren Prepare to shudder, world… I don’t remember Star Wars. I’ll give you a moment… Okay, better? Good. So, I remember watching every Star Wars movie as a kid, but I never got caught up in the hype of it all. I remember thinking blasphemous things like, “this Jar Jar guy seems fun” … Continue reading