These three are quite the group. Diana comes from a family of all girls (4 sisters). Pat has one sister, Jack has two sisters. There is no real story as to what made them friends. They were just always friends. Officially, the story is Diana was best friends with a girl that Jack was into. Diana also lived very close to Pat. Diana was always a solid wingman for the guys, and vice versa. Supposedly there has been talk of Diana and Pat making out when they were drunk. N
An effective film delivers its message, regardless of the audience’s biases going into it. The Place Beyond the Pines comes off initially as a complicated arty film, but it is very effective in delivering the plot and telling the story. The opening scene is really well executed. Very cool character introduction. Lots of great cinematic shots throughout. The story is ultimately tragic, and as a viewer, it does not inspire much of a message. The story simply is, what the
The cold hard fact is, the Jersey Devil is ultimately a conspiracy theory. But much like a group of minors found out one summer heading into their sophomore year, conspiracy is a charge you can receive by the court, and that is not fun at all. Conspirators in a group work together, they plan together for a common goal. When that goal is something nefarious, the people who seek to do the evil deed, are held responsible for doing so. So what exactly was it that this group
The Buzzkill Universe is pretty old. Some of the Jersey Devil stories are unconfirmed, though we do our best to verify. The Buzzkill Movie Trivia stamp will help determine which stories draw the most common parallel with film's universe.
Stories of the Jersey Devil’s exploits range from petty vandalism to assisted suicide and murder (allegedly). The creature’s supernatural abilities also change according to who is telling the story. Most stories agree that the creature can disappear, some say it can change form and even imitate people. What is a bit murky, is how or why the victims are chosen by the Jersey Devil. These motivations change depending on the the devil’s origin story. The theory that comes fr
“Umm, what?” I believe that phrase correctly describes the feelings conjured up in this Netflix Mystery Movie, but in a good way. Jeff Garlin is one of those naturally funny people, so much so that I thoroughly enjoy his stand-up, even though he only tells like 3 actual jokes in 30 minutes. This movie looks effortless, but is actually very well executed. It seems whatever it was trying to be, it delivered on the nose. Handsome watches like a comedy detective show, but unlik
I feel compelled to write this review, based solely on the awesomeness of Patton Oslwalt’s hair in the Netflix reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000. As a younger lad, I thoroughly enjoyed the the banter between Crow, Tom Servo, and whoever the guy was. Okay, so I will try to explain the premise (it’s better done in song). In order to fulfill the dastardly plans of these mad scientist space criminals, they hold captive an astronaut and force him to watch old movies. The ro
Throughout the years, Marie Clapper, most commonly known for being the first kidnapping victim of the Jersey Devil, has been seen in some form, in rather nefarious situations. It seems her trouble-making has not ceased since her abduction. The infamous Maria Roosevelt was a dead ringer for Clapper, and the mysterious production assistant “Kate” from the Bart Andrews filming of the Jersey Devil lends credibility to the theory that the two have something in common with one ano