A Song Of Good (2008)

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Godspeed (2009)

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The Dexter Recap #409 – Hungry Man

November 23, 2009 at 5:59 pm by  

The cast enjoys Thanksgiving this week on Dexter (as best they can). Dexter (Michael C. Hall) pulls double duty on Turkey Day, eating dinner at both his home and with the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow). However, the facade of Trinity’s perfect family crumbles before Dexter’s eyes, ending with an epidsode of domestic violence and a blunder by Dex himself. Meanwhile, Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) continues to make headway on the Trinity investigation, even during Thanksgiving dinner. Rita shares an awkward kiss with the creepy next-door neighbor, accidentally witnessed by Vince Masuka (C.S. Lee). Laguerta (Maria Velez) and Batista (David Zayas) risk their careers for their relationship. And finally, we learn Quinn’s (Desmond Harrington) reporter girlfriend (Christine Hill, played by Courtney Ford), has a big secret. As usual – BEWARE OF SPOILERS!!…

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

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The Dexter Recap #408 – Road Kill

November 16, 2009 at 1:30 pm by  

This week on Dexter, Miami Metro Homicide begins to give more credibility and manpower to Deborah Morgan’s (Jennifer Carpenter) Trinity Killler  case. However, it has become clear that Trinity(John Lithgow) was seemingly NOT the shooter who wounded Deb and killed Frank Lundy (Keith Carradine). Meanwhile, Dexter invites himself along on Trinity’s sinister road trip, this time with intent to kill. Angel Batistia (David Zayas) and Maria Laguerta (Lauren Velez) can’t resist each other, despite their warning from the higher-ups. Finally, Rita (Julie Benz) finds herself having dinner with her creepy and aggressive single-father neighbor.…

2012 Movie Review

November 12, 2009 at 3:40 pm by  

In the high stakes Hollywood blockbuster poker game, Roland Emmerich is going all in with “2012.” A disaster movie to end all disaster movies, “2012” is an enormous moviegoing event guaranteed to make eyes bleed and ears burst with its sheer scale and thundering execution. To bend the dictionary a little, it’s positively ginormous. “2012” is also disturbingly repetitive, obnoxiously noisy, and almost pornographic in length. Instead of providing a comforting bowl of melted apocalyptic cheese, Emmerich wants to beat the living hell out of his audience instead, staging doom after doom, death after death, until it reaches a nauseating spin of sensorial overload. It’s cinematic waterboarding and there was more than one occasion during the film when I was convinced it was never going to end. …

The Dexter Recap #407 – Slack Tide

November 10, 2009 at 6:42 pm by  

This week on Dexter, Dex (Michael C. Hall) maintains his contact with the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow). His family life and serial killing continue to mix like oil and water. Meanwhile, Detective Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter) settles in to her brother’s old apartment and promptly makes it her new, private war room to track down Trinity. Angel Batista (David Zayas) and Lieutenant Laguerta (Lauren Velez) continue to try and stifle their feelings for one another to keep their jobs. Detective Quinn (Desmond Harrington) gets the bright idea to begin tailing Dexter for dirt to use as defense against Dex seeing him steal money from a crime scene. As usual with The Dexter Recap here at The Demon, beware of spoilers if you haven’t seen this episode.…

Ink Movie Review

November 10, 2009 at 3:49 pm by  

Every night when you sleep, two forces emerge from their parallel world to join in battle over your very soul. They do so by manipulating your subconscious. The Storytellers try to help you with peaceful sleep infused with good dreams of happiness, confidence and strength. Tilting the scale on the other side are the sinister Incubis who use nightmares of death, fear and humiliation. In Ink, the focus of their attention is on the souls of John (Chris Kelly) and his daughter Emma (Quinn Hunchar) after Emma is snatched from her bed by a creature named Ink. If he delivers Emma to the Incubis, Ink will finally join their ranks and “become numb.” What follows is a fantasy-action tale detailing two separate journeys. One is Ink’s as he holds Emma hostage while meeting various other characters in order to complete his task. The other journey is Emma’s father’s who has lost himself long ago after succumbing to grief, guilt and pride. He has been offered a chance at redemption while unbeknownst to him, a fight for his soul – and that of his daughter’s – is being waged by forces unseen.…

Black Devil Doll Movie Review

November 8, 2009 at 1:10 am by  


The trailer for BLACK DEVIL DOLL warns potential viewers, “If the thought of a wayward white woman having sexual relations with a demonic jive ass black puppet offends you, DO NOT SEE BLACK DEVIL DOLL!”  If that sentence has piqued your interest, then you are probably a twisted fuck like myself and will have a good time with this movie.

It’s about Heather and her ventriloquist puppet that happens to be possessed by Mubia Abul-Jama, a Black Power Revolutionary Party leader who was recently executed for murdering 15 Caucasian women. He possessed Heather’s doll after she screwed around with a Ouija board and unwittingly allowed Mubia to escape Hell – transforming her puppet into Black Devil Doll.

Heather falls in love with Mubia but is unable to satisfy his insatiable desire for white ass. So she agrees to invite four of her friends over so that Mubia can have sex with them.…

V – Pilot Episode

November 4, 2009 at 12:20 am by  

Some of us old farts remember the V miniseries that debuted in the early ’80s. It still has a pretty solid fanbase but to be completely honest – I wasn’t a fan. I cannot remember why all these years later, but as a kid it just wasn’t my thing. Who knows. Maybe it was Marc Singer. Or maybe it’s because I’m weird about sci-fi. I cannot stand Star Trek, but love Firefly. I didn’t like the original V, but love Battlestar Galactica. Either way, when the announcement was made that the television miniseries was not immune to the remake and that V was next…well let’s just say I wasn’t too excited about it. But admittedly, I was intrigued by the ABC’s advertisements (as well as Elizabeth Mitchell and Morena Baccarin) and decided what the hell, I’ll give it a shot. I am so glad I did. It may turn out to be a shitty series, but the pilot was damn good. Following is my review of the new V, with no reference to the old one as I only remember a rat scene and Robert Englund anyway.…

Dexter knows it’s only a matter of time before Miami Metro discovers the Trinity Killer’s latest handiwork. Therefore, he has to work doubly hard to stay one step ahead of their investigation. Dexter has begun to realize that the closer he gets to Trinity, the more he stands to learn from this very different beast. Trinity hides behind a well-kept mask, and getting behind that facade will require some extra prodding on Dexter’s part. Meanwhile, Debra becomes frustrated when she finds herself shut out from her own case. She considers bending the rules in the name of justice, risking her career in the process. LaGuerta and Batista come to regret a major decision, and realize that by playing by the rules they may have painted themselves into a corner. And when the friction between Rita and Dexter comes to a head, Dexter gleans relationship advice from a most unlikely source.…

Saw VI Review

October 29, 2009 at 3:30 pm by  

I walked out of a screening of “Saw” in 2004 absolutely appalled with the movie. Not for the sadomasochistic violence the film would soon popularize, but for the cruddy production value and the laughably abysmal performances — Cary Elwes should be gifted a national holiday for his whimpering, career-smothering work, effectively neutering the repulsion of the ultraviolence. I loathed the film, yet watched with some degree of surprise as the franchise developed a defensive mainstream following; kindly folk who cheerfully hurdled generous filmmaking clichés and further acting decimation to bathe in the warm pools of blood, sucking up the suffering with a bendy straw as if the nightmare were Cherry Coke.…

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