In the opening moments of Joe Lynch’s Point Blank, a man with no name (Frank Grill) crashes and falls out of a house, running away wounded with a gun in … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Point Blank’ is punk rock cinema at its finest
Here’s an erection-inducing trailer.
Dear DirecTV, Or is it AT&T Originals. Or Endemol Studios. Audience Network. Whatever. I have a simple question for you. When are we getting the last season of Kingdom, that … Continue reading Dear DirecTV: Show some self-respect and give us the final season of ‘Kingdom’
With Netflix’s Wheelman, writer/director Jeremy Rush set out to make something different. Working with a simple setup (getaway driver gets sabotaged, spends entire night figuring out who wronged him), a … Continue reading Interview: ‘Wheelman’ writer/director Jeremy Rush
How a man recaptured his soul in the wilderness.
All the fucks that are fit to print.
Live from Courtesy Diner on Kingshighway after a seven hour Uber shift, let’s talk. ~How about that USA soccer team? Disclaimer: I care as much about soccer as I do … Continue reading Here’s What I Know, Volume #12: Soccer, NFL-less, and Harvey filth
Jeremy Rush and Frank Grillo aim for something different.
Let’s punch Monday in the throat with a stream of consciousness.
Last week, the MMA drama zeroed in on Alvey and Jay Kulina.
“You ride like lightning and you’ll crash like thunder.” Ding ding! Kingdom on Audience viewers and addicts, take your corners! The Season 2B finale packed a punch and left viewers … Continue reading ‘Kingdom’ delivers soulful season finale
In order to get ready for Wednesday’s all new Kingdom, catch up with my recap of last week’s episode.