Matt delivers the mail, rain, sleet or snow. By night, weekends and other days off he is connoisseur of the finer things in life especially classic film and literature. His contributions to Dirty Sprocket include photography, sound and lugging equipment around.
We are told that Human Centipede is the next step in human evolution. At the same time it is a step backward in film evolution. If you aren't familiar it is about a mad scientist who attaches people mouth to ass in order to create a human centipede. Two American women vacationing in Germany are abducted and become part of his experiment.
If you haven't seen Steven Seagal: Lawman you might think that it is just a vapid hollow vehicle for a Hollywood action star whose best movie making years are behind him. If you are like me and watched the first season of the show then you know this is true. If you are still curious or for some reason more curious after reading this you can catch season one on Netflix.
It's too late for a proper review of Sylvester Stallone's 'The Expendables' considering that most of the people who will go see this movie already have. Instead I am going to critique several things that bothered me. Make no mistake I liked The Expendables but there were several things that frustrated me because they could have been easily fixed.
Recently I found myself sad over the cancellation of the History Channel's MonsterQuest. It is a delayed reaction but I realized that it left a void that other lesser shows of the same vein like Ghosthunters simply can not fill; the promise of adventure, the possibility of discovery along with opportunity to meet interesting characters. Or just a good old fashioned guilty pleasure.
Film modification isn't new. For year movies have been edited or tweaked with in post release. Just look at all the director's cuts available. Avatar is taking this to a new level with the August 27 re-release in theaters which will feature eight additional minutes of footage.