A horror comedy set amongst the backdrop of a storage facility. That is the idea behind Kenneth Davis’ short, Unit 256.
Mickey (Jeremy Navarro) and Rory (Angelo Gines Jr.) are two simple employees of the self storage environment (think A&E’s Storage Wars setting). They are your average looking Joe’s doing average working Joe’s type work. Rory is particularly excited about his upcoming evening. His dream girl, Donna, has agreed to a date and the only thing keeping Rory from eternal
Actor Tom Cruise is back in the news again – for all the wrong reasons. The recently turned 50-year-old was (if we are to believe the tabloids) blindsided by a divorce filing from actress Katie Holmes. Immediate internet chatter suggested it was Cruise’s insistence that daughter Suri was raised in the Scientology faith that sent Holmes packing. But let’s be honest, we never get the ‘real’ story as to the dissolving of a marriage and it could be for any of a myriad of events.
The first half of 2012 is in the books and in terms of film quality, it has been a mixed back of surprise hits, blockbuster boo-boo’s and a few mediocre misfires. We here at Killer Reviews didn’t see every release so far in 2012, but we have screen our fair share giving us enough ammunition to give our quick review of things learned in the first six months of this year.
We Need to Talk About Kevin
The Avengers, Cabin in the Woods
Let me get one thing clear before I proceed. I love Steven Spielberg. How much? Well, I have been packing on the pounds the last few years so that I can develop the perfect birthing hips on the chance that he wants my love child.
Steven Spielberg helped mould my childhood. And I can argue that he has had great influence over my adult years as well.
If there is an interview with Steven on television – I watch it. If there is a new movie coming out with Steven
It’s an original novel, but I will lay good Capuan coin that anyone who picks up J.M. Clements’ novel Spartacus: Swords and Ashes will already be fans of the Starz television program that just recently finished up its third season.
This is not to suggest that you would require familiarity with the television characters to enjoy the blood and sex soaked three hundred and thirty one pages of Swords and Ashes. But anyone that has had the pleasure in experiencing the show (in particular,