The Circle (2017) – Thriller Movie Review – HOLLYWOOD LIBERALS EDIT FILM?

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I typically adore suspense flicks about conspiracies.  CAPRICORN ONE (1977), THE V (1984), THEY LIVE (1988), ANTITRUST (2001), THE CONSPIRACY (2012), THE FIRM (1993) and THE SKULLS (2000) are all movies I suggest quite often (some more than others).  Still, all of those mentioned told an entertaining and solid […]


Rude Awakening (1989)  – AVAILABLE ONLY ON VHS and YOUTUBE

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I own RUDE AWAKENING (1989) on VHS and it doesn’t appear that it was ever released on DVD.  Someone put the entire film on YOUTUBE and other than the first 3 minutes that has no sound, it’s probably as good a copy as you’ll find. First and foremost, I love […]


The Incredible Hulk: Brain Child (1979) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee It is a rare occasion when David Banner (Bill Bixby) needs help. Sure, he could use a cure for turning into that green wrecking machine, but he rarely is the guy getting help. You could argue that people give him jobs and that’s helping, but ninety percent of the fucking time he’s […]

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Wish Upon – (2017) Horror Movie Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I had the pleasure of watching WISH UPON (2017) in an empty theater with my favorite people in all the world, this past Sunday. My amazingly sexy, funny, talented husband of 7 years, Stephen Ray (Alotious) Garza, was on the left of me.   He’s the best around.  Nothing’s ever gonna […]


Vox Calls Tucker Carlson’s Fans Racist – FACT CHECK

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   As I desire to understand the current liberal mind, I will sometimes watch CNN, MSNBC and I’ll read articles from BUZZFEED, SALON, etc.  When I fact-check their work, I’m never surprised to find that the news reported is misleading, if not straight up false. Recently, VOX put out a video […]



By Melissa Antoinette Garza I only recently heard about INCONCEIVABLE (2017).  It’s in select theaters currently, but I streamed if off Amazon for $6.99.  As the cast includes Nicolas Cage, Gina Gershon and Faye Dunaway, it was obvious that the acting would be topnotch and entertaining. The hubby told me that most compared it to […]


COP UNDER FIRE by Sheriff David Clarke Jr – Book Review (LINKS TO PURCHASE)

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Yesterday, I had to get out of the house.  I’m typically a bit of a hermit anyways, but it’s been getting ridiculous.  Other than going to the all night Walmart at 3 AM when no one else is there, I barely go anywhere.  I wanted to see DESPICABLE ME 3 […]


The Listing (2017) – Thriller/Horror Movie Review

By Geno McGahee A few years ago, I came across New Jersey filmmaker, Mario Cerrito, and his film DEADLY GAMBLE. Immediately, I was impressed with Mario’s ability to tell a story, build characters and get the viewer to relate to the material. It was a great effort and I knew I would be hearing from […]


Wrestling News: WWE Thoughts &The Vince Russo / Jim Cornette Feud

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Congrats WWE on developing some great new talent and putting them in front of the camera!  Right now, there are so many great storylines, some excellent news and terrific gimmicks going on in WWE right now.  The Hardy Boyz and the continued path towards Broken Matt and Brother Nero is […]


Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998) on Amazon and VUDU

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Certain movies, I enjoy not just for the quality of the film, but also because of what the film invokes in my own memory.  EVER AFTER: A CINDERELLA STORY, for me, will always be connected strongly to my sister-n-law Dani. For starters, I believe I saw it in the […]


Table 19 (2017) – Available on Amazon & VUDU

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   If there is one type of movie that I adore, it’s when a band of misfits unify and find out things about themselves that they didn’t know.  LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (2006), WE ARE THE MILLERS (2013), SUICIDE SQUAD (2016) and most recently THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (2017) are all […]



By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Tonight, my husband and I were supposed to go see RIFFTRAX Shorts as one of their Fathom events were being aired live in some theaters.  The cinema we typically go to wasn’t showing it so we had to make an adjustment.  We went to see IT COMES AT NIGHT (2017) […]