By: Byron Davel (A Toast) - What an interesting movie. I first watched this movie when I was about 12, down in Durban and didn’t know what on earth was happening. But second and third time round, damn was it brilliant, a movie about ‘ The Chumscrubber’ a person who helps kids and parents deal with problems
By: Oberst Von Berauscht (Six Pack) - Arguably the most beloved movie of all time, and adjusted for inflation, still by far the most successful. Gone with the Wind tells the story of Scarlett O’Hara (Vivian Leigh), the spoiled daughter of a plantation owner, and her quest for an unhappy life by falling in love
By: Chris Sheridan - Star Trek: Into Darkness Star Trek : Into Darkness – Trailer #2 (VF) by Gamers Life This sequel looks like it’s going to be pretty dark. I mean, the word is right there in the title. Darkness. Into Darkness. It’s like they’re going inside the darkness. What the fuck am I talking about?
By: Rob Perez (Two Beers) - So you know how it is. You hear about a film where the central characters are female. Interested. They’re both young. Still interested. Latina. Very interested. And they’re both lesbian. Very, very . . . well, you see where I’m going. What was the darling of many independent film festivals in
By: Chris Sheridan (A Toast) - You all know the story: a human girl falls in love with a vampire guy. It is a forbidden love, but as we know, the most alluring things are the ones we should not have. Still, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) fought through the prejudices of others
By: Mitch Hansch - Jan Wolfhouse: [Barry picked up a woman] Are you sure you want to do this? Barry Badrinath: Are you kidding? She’s hot as hell! I’m just lookin’ for a little slap n’ pickle. Jan Wolfhouse: You’re drunk. Barry Badrinath: Hey… I’m drunk, you’re drunk… everybody’s drunk! (As always, there are spoilers if you
By: Kingsley Crabtree (Three Beers) - It’s the age of the geek, baby, and every so often you run across the Janet Jackson of Sci/Fi films; bad in the best way, nasty in all the right places, and pure unadulterated fun. Doom is all of that and more. This is a spectacular guilty pleasure movie, much
By: Katherine Balestrini (A Toast) - A classic tale of boy loves girl next door, gets bit by spider, turns into an AWESOME Spider-Man. He can do anything a spider can, climb anything, fly through the air with nought but some web and is more flexible than any spider I have ever ran screaming away from.
By: Henry J. Fromage – Two of the three prime releases hitting DVD are inarguable original and ambitious, even if the results are mixed. The other is a cheapo franchise cash-in. I’ll let you guess which is which. Cloud Atlas- This seemingly unfilmable novel adaptation made several of our MovieBoozer Staff Top 10 Lists
By: Kyle Daley (Two Beers) - Superman; what else is there to say? A man from an alien world that for some reason when he’s exposed to yellow sun light he can do…crap what’s that power of his again? Oh, right, EVERYTHING! Seriously, flight, super strength, ice breath, super speed, x-ray and heat vision; guess if the