Posts Tagged ‘quentin tarantino’

If you’re anything like us, one of the first things you did when you woke up Tuesday morning was check out the announcement of the 2010 Academy Award nominations. And if you’re really like us, you were a bit disappointed with the list. We’ve known for a while that the Academy planned to nominate ten […]


Finally. It’s over. The 2000s. The 00s. The aughts. Whatever the fuck you want to call it. We’re done. And with the close of the decade, comes the obligatory nostalgic look back. And while we’ve suffered through a lot of bullshit these past ten years, there is also much to be appreciated–especially when it comes […]


by The Great White Gypsy The Box – Written and Directed by Richard Kelly The premise of this film sounds like a bad teenage horror story. A strange man gives a box to a couple having money problems. They will get money every time they push the button, but every time, someone they don’t know […]


by The Great White Gypsy PART ONE ONCE UPON A TIME…IN TARANTINO-OCCUPIED AMERICA Expectations are a funny thing. When The Departed first came out, my friend saw it before me, and gave it an “A+”, which he never does. He really wanted to see it again, and wanted me to go along. I had been […]


by The Great White Gypsy A Perfect Getaway – Written and Directed by David Twohy Zahn and Jovovich are honeymooning in Hawaii, backpacking to a secluded beach. They come across several other couples talking about a murder, and things get crazy. Twohy directed The Arrival, Pitch Black, and The Chronicles of Riddick, so you can […]


 by The Great White Gypsy 1.  M. Night Shayamalan The Sixth Sense was freaking awesome, with an eerie atmosphere, and one of the best plot twists up to that point.  Everything M. Night has done since then has sucked balls.  Unbreakable was the worst superhero film ever (“They call me Mr. Glass.” Are you fucking […]


Pariah noun Definition: An outcast. Half the people I know can’t spell pariah, let alone tell you what it means. Which is why it’s so strange that so many people my age make me feel like one. I struggle to find the time for books just like everyone else these days. Fortunately, I ride public […]