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Putting the “V” in “LOVE”

Mar 20th, 2006 | By

I loved V for Vendetta. I was supposed to go make fun of it because Hugo Weaving is clearly taking over the world one scenery-chewing part at a time, and because if Alan Moore of Castle Greyskull has denounced it than you know it’s pretty damn evil, but then I saw it. I loved V

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The King’s Bore

Feb 20th, 2006 | By

February; the most romantic month of the year, when everyone’s thoughts turn, panicked, to chocolate they forgot to buy for 13 days, and a small group of my friends gathers in Duane Reade to watch men snatch up boxes of Russell Stover and bet how long it will be before their girlfriends dump them. Hint

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“Tristan & Isolde”: A Love that Best Not Speak its Name

Jan 20th, 2006 | By

I would like to say, for the record, that I knew this would happen. The moment I walked into the Union Square multiplex and saw the banner fluttering stupidly in the breeze, ampersand glistening, I knew that Haratron and Andrew would be handing me a ticket to hell, and James Fraco would get top billing.

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Blood of Beasts: the HypnoHair, the Bearface, and the Awful, Awful Wardrobe

Dec 20th, 2005 | By

So, the two plots converge when Daddy goes back for his daughter and finds out that she’s totally dating Bearface, and there’s a big fuss and she’s brought home against her will and then makes Jake fight for her hand against Bearface. Standard stuff. So Jake and Bearface square off, and while the fight is

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“Queen of the Damned”: Still Not a Euphemism.

Nov 20th, 2005 | By

As this is unofficially Anne Rice Appreciation Month here at Defenestration, I took it upon myself to examine in detail the rich cinematic world that has been borne out of Rice’s fertile imagination. Then I put the Interview with a Vampire box down and rented Queen of the Damned instead. Queen of the Damned was

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