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Okie Noodling

Okie Noodling chronicles the oddly fascinating world of some Oklahoma men who obsess over capturing catfish with their bare hands. This bizarre sport which “originated as a Native American hunting practice” is also quite dangerous. Bank dwelling catfish live in holes similar to the ones occupied by beavers, which means at the other end lies […]


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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

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Anyone who doubts if The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen can live up to the comic book should stop their worrying right now. I saw this movie today and thought it was highly entertaining, probably even better than the comic. The casting, effects, and action sequences all worked… well, extraordinarily.


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Eraserhead

In case you weren’t freaked out enough the first time, you can now own Eraserhead on DVD.


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Freddy vs. Jason

The ending of this trailer says, “Place your bets.” I’m betting on stupid.


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The Matrix Reloaded

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As is usually the case, Liz and I waited until mid-week to see this weekend’s blockbuster movie, The Matrix Reloaded. I have to admit that the first one was easier to get into. Surprisingly, the idea of phone booths transporting between computer generated realities and different colored pills opening up consciousness seem much more easy […]


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