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1985 Redux! How Biff Tannen destroyed the world! (And also saved it)

Posted on 19 November 2009 by ShepRamsey

If you’re unfamiliar with the world in which Alan Moore’s Watchmen takes place, then you won’t know that it’s set in an alternate version of the year 1985, where crime and corruption rule the streets.  Continue Reading

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Watchmen Director’s Cut: The only way to watch the Watchmen

Posted on 27 July 2009 by ShepRamsey

I really loved Zack Snyder’s Watchmen when it finally hit theaters back in March.  I was completely ga-ga over the thing, and I saw it a whopping four times.  Continue Reading

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Slide THIS Your Machine: Watchmen – Tales of the Black Freighter

Posted on 27 March 2009 by ShepRamsey

After this, I promise to not write anything else about Watchmen until Zack Snyder’s Director’s Cut DVD hits stores in July(?). Continue Reading

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In Defense of Dr. Manhattan’s Penis: Why American audiences need to grow the @$#% up

Posted on 17 March 2009 by ShepRamsey

It’s a dark rainy night. Rorschach approaches the barb-wired fence surrounding the Rockefeller Military Research Center and asserts himself through the barrier using a pair of wire-cutters. Continue Reading

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Box Office Brief: It’s been a good couple weeks for Carla Gugino!

Posted on 15 March 2009 by ShepRamsey

Race to Witch Mountain took the top spot at the box office this weekend, beating out last week’s number one film, Watchmen, which came in at number two. Carla Gugino, however–who stars in both films–hasn’t been this happy since Son-in-Law swept the nation. Continue Reading

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Watchmen: A Superhero movie with grand ambition. See it now!

Posted on 10 March 2009 by HansKlopek

Few superhero movies of the past have seemed that interested in tapping the darkness of their subjects. The best example was probably Spiderman 2, which fully grasped the super human’s struggle to remain both super and human at the same time, Continue Reading

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