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Monster Entertainment Awards 7History was made tonight when every single one of you took the time to vote and you helped a movie make history. Never in the history of the Monster Entertainment Awards has a film won more than two awards. Think about this right now, we have had some of the most amazing films come through here and only two have taken multiple awards home once. At the 3RD annual event, Fast & Furious 6 took home Bad Ass Movie Of The Year and Jason Statham took home Cameo Of The Year. At the 4TH annual event, Guardians Of The Galaxy took home Movie Of The Year and Superhero Movie Of The Year. Well as I said, history was made this year when the film IT won not two, but three awards. That is right, IT is taking home Movie Of The Year, Horror Film Of The Year, and Remake Of…

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Hands-of-Stone-2016-700x987We are closely approaching a major decision here that I will be sure to make sure that all of you know when it becomes official. For now, we are continuing right along with our next movie of the week and this week’s is one that I have been dying to see for a little while now. There are two things that you can count on from me and that is one I am a huge fan of films that are based on true stories and the second is that I am a huge fan of the sport of boxing. When you combine those two things then I have to watch which is the case with this week’s film Hands Of Stone. The film follows the journey of not just legendary lightweight boxer Roberto Durán (played by Edgar Ramírez) and his rise from poverty in Panama to world champion…

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lost-city-zThe challenge may be long gone and in the rear view mirror, but that doesn’t mean that us cinema fanatics cannot enjoy some movies in the meantime. While we debate doing a second challenge, I decided to do the Movie Of The Week where we view a new film and for this week we have chosen The Lost City Of Z. I have always been a fan of films that are based off of true stories and this one definitely peaked my interest, but it didn’t last very long in my local theater. The film follows a British soldier by the name of Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) who is fighting every day to restore the family name that was put in limbo by his father. While on a mapping expedition in the Amazon, Percy makes a huge discovery that there may have been a civilization in the Amazon that…

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2017_oscars_posterI didn’t get to watch the whole special because I couldn’t get a feed where I was, but I caught the last half hour which is essentially all you needed to see last night especially the ending. It was that time of the show where it was time to reveal the winner of Best Picture and Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were presenting the award. When Beatty was about to read the winner, he seemed very confused so he would occasionally stop so Faye had to read the card and she announced La La Land as the winner of best picture. So, the whole entire crew came on stage and were giving their speech when it was revealed by the film’s producer Jordan Horowitz and Warren Beatty that there was an epic mistake. Jordan would reveal that the real winner of the award went to Moonlight and he waited on stage so…

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2017_oscars_posterTonight is the 89TH Academy Awards a.k.a. the Oscars and the buzz around the land is with the musical La La Land which has garnered the most nominations with 14 overall. The question going into the night is whether that film really deserves all the nods and if it deserves any wins. One film in my opinion that deserves a win is the film Lion which was directed by Garth Davis and stars Dev Patel in this heart wrenching story of a 5 year old boy from India who is separated from his family only to be adopted by an Australian family and when he becomes a man he searches for his original family. It was such an amazing story and film that truly tugs on the heartstrings. Then there are films like Fences which was directed and stars Denzel Washington, the suspenseful Sci-Fi film Arrival, an amazing tale…

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Day 43: Deadpool (2016)

Posted: February 12, 2016 in Uncategorized

This movie kicked ass, read the review


deadpool-movie-2016-5k-wallpaper-5120x2880I have been waiting so long to see this movie ever since Fox announced that it was making a Deadpool movie with Ryan Reynolds (X-Men Origins: Wolverine). The film Deadpool is the perfect marriage as Reynolds plays the role he was born to play as Wade Wilson a.k.a. Deadpool. The film explores the origins of Deadpool and how he became the Merc with a mouth. Everything is going great for the mercenary as he found the perfect girl for him in Vanessa (Morena Baccarin). That is until Wade finds out that he has terminal cancer and things start to fall apart for him until a man (Jed Rees) tells him that he can cure him. Wade goes for it, but because of the treatment and what Ajax (Ed Skrein) does to him leaves him disfigured. Now, Deadpool is out for revenge and he is looking for Ajax and maybe a…

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Mr. X's Punch Out

WWE_Royal_Rumble_2016_2nd_Promotional_Poster.jpegTonight is one of the big pay per views of the WWE because it’s the first pay per view in the kickoff to Wrestlemania 32. The WWE is down a bunch of it’s top superstars, but that doesn’t shake up the company much as they roll into the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida tonight. Roman Reigns is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion coming into this pay per vieew, but something tells me he is not coming out that way. There are just way too many possibilities heading into the rumble match where Reigns for the first time in WWE History is defending the title against 29 other superstars in the Rumble match. The WWE has told you who the 13 participants are that are in, but they haven’t revealed the rest and there is a lot of speculation as to who it’s going to be. AJ Styles is a rumor for the…

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The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 67,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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WWE Summerslam 2015 Predictions

Posted: August 22, 2015 in Uncategorized

Mr. X's Punch Out

WWE_summerslam_2015_poster.jpegThe WWE is taking a risk in my opinion with this years Summerslam as they had made the show four hours long like they have for WrestleMania. The only problem is that Summerslam is not WrestleMania by a long shot. In my opinion there are not a lot of matches that really intrigue me, but there are definitely some head scratchers. For one, I am not excited about watching The Undertaker take on Brock Lesnar because we’ve already seen this match before and it wasn’t that exciting the first time around. The only moment that was exciting about the first match is that we actually saw the unthinkable which was The Undertaker losing. So why should I care about an old and slow moving Undertaker versus the Beast Incarnate who should be WWE Champion. I hope they shock me and the match is great, but I doubt it will be. I…

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The Horror Hothouse

soldiers of the damned

Romania 1944 and the German Wehrmacht is in full retreat from the Red Army. Battle weary commander Major Kurt Fleischer (Gil Darnell) is called into HQ to take a briefing for a top-secret mission. Under the direct orders of Heinrich Himmler he is to escort an archeologist from the SS Ahnenerbe behind enemy lines to search for an ancient occult artefact that Himmler believes will help the Nazis win the war. The matter is complicated by the fact that the Ahnenerbe scientist Professor Kappel (Miriam Cooke) is both female and an old girlfriend of Fleischer’s. Worse than that Fleischer’s crack squad is to be accompanied by SS Major Metzger (Lucas Hansen), Fleischer’s’ men hate the SS and Fleischer has a bit of previous with Hansen.

Professor Anna Kappel (Miriam Cooke) at the German HQ (©SOTD Ltd) Professor Anna Kappel (Miriam Cooke) at the German HQ (©SOTD Ltd)

Crossing behind enemy lines things start to get creepy when the soldiers catch mysterious…

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