Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 15 – Christopher Nolan Retrospective Part 1 – 2012-2006

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I’ve finally unleashed Episode 15 of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast upon the internet. This is the first part of a two-part “Summer Season Finale” episode where we discuss everything Nolan-related. We made an interesting choice with the editing. If you’re a Memento fan, you’ll appreciate it. I hope. Part 2 can be found here!

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TV Review: Under the Dome – 112 – “Exigent Circumstances”


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In this week’s penultimate episode of Under the Dome’s first season, Big Jim took full control of Chester’s Mill and exploited their fear of the Barbie he led them to believe was a threat. Elsewhere, Julia took a nap, Junior became somewhat tolerable and Joe and Norrie hid the mini Dome.


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Trailer Tuesday: Robocop (2014)


Release Date: February 7th, 2014

Director: José Padilha

Writer: Nick Schenk, David Self, James Vanderbilt and Joshua Zetumer

Stars: Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish, Michael Keaton, Gary Oldman and Samuel L. Jackson

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Streaming Saturday: Following (1998)


Release Date: November 5th, 1999

Director: Christopher Nolan

Writer: Christopher Nolan

Stars: Jeremy TheobaldAlex HawLucy Russell

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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 14 – Yahoo Answers 2 and The Breakfast Club Debate

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Episode 14 of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast is live and ready for you to download. Check it out below and let us know what you think!

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TV Review: Under the Dome – 111 – “Speak of the Devil”


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It’s time again for everyone’s favorite game, “Is Under the Dome good this week?” The rules are simple. The folks at CBS air an episode on Monday night. I watch said episode either late Monday or early Tuesday. Then I procrastinate. On Wednesday (sometimes Thursday, ahem) I post my thoughts.

So. Was Under the Dome good this week? Place your bets and read on.


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Editorial: Pitching “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers” to Christopher Nolan

Here’s something I wrote for House of Geekery. Hope you guys like it and follow that site on Twitter @HouseofGeekery.

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Michael Bay digging his nails into the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has become a big source of geek contention across the Internet since it was announced. “Ninja Turtles”, as it will be called, would drastically change the origin of the heroes in a half-shell. In this iteration the Turtles would be alien in origin and as a result, nerds the world over cried foul. It was eventually announced that the movie would honor the source material. The damage was still done, though.

Years of remakes, reimagining, reboots and pre-imaginings have left me desensitized to the war currently waging between the fanboys and the evil empire of modern Hollywood. Recently my detachment and boredom led me down an amusing path. That path ended in four amusing words.

Christopher Nolan’s Power Rangers.

It’s a mighty morphin’ idea, no? Here’s my pitch detailing how Hollywood could turn something that took millions…

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Trailer Tuesday: Parkland (2013)


Release Date: October 4, 2013

Director: Peter Landesman

Writer: Peter Landesman

Stars:  Zac EfronTom WellingPaul GiamattiMarcia Gay HardenRon LivingstonJames Badge DaleJackie Earle HaleyColin HanksBilly Bob Thornton and Jacki Weaver

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The Month in Movies: August 2013

August was a slow month for me when it comes to my movie watching. Historically speaking, it’s a slow month for me anyways. In years past I had the start of school drastically cutting back my numbers. Not to mention, I also have the beginning of the fall TV season to vie for my attention.

So August is always a slow month. However, this year I managed to squeeze in 17 movies. I would say that the absence of school in my life may have contributed to it, but this was my best August since 2008. I think 2008 may have actually been the last August I was in school. I’m not sure.

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