Movie Review – Zootopia

There’s a world where animals have evolved to a higher level of think, far past their basic instincts. However, animals all over uses their natural abilities to their advantage. Rabbits farm and the King of the Jungle is Mayor. It’s perfectly sufficient to use your natural talents to cement your place in life, but what if you could achieve more? What if you could change your predestined station in life and follow your dreams? Since she was a kit, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) of Bunnyborrow has always stood up for the little guy, even though she’s pretty tiny herself. While her overprotective parents Bonnie (Bonnie Hunt) and Stu (Don Lake) would rather see Judy join her 237 siblings and maintain the family farm; Judy wants to protect and serve in the Zootopia Police Department.  Continue reading “Movie Review – Zootopia”






Back in 2009, movie audiences were introduced the twisted, macabre vision known only as THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE. Directed by Tom Six, the film told the disturbing tale of a scientist who kidnapped and mutilated a small group of tourists in order to reassemble them into a human centipede-stitched together to each other’s rectums through their mouths. Due to the film’s radical concept, it understandably transcended its niche as a standard, run-of-the-mill horror film, and instead made its way into the annals of pop culture. In fact, perhaps because of its infamy, saying that you had seen the outrageous film almost became a rite of passage, something of a bragging right (of sorts) among your movie-going peers. Now, flash forward five years (and two installments) later, the franchise has reached its conclusion with THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE III: FINAL SEQUENCE. Continue reading “EXCLUSIVE: Director Tom Six Talks THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE III: FINAL SEQUENCE”