White Dog (1982) and Homicide (1991) dual review, and the issue of race

There will be spoilers for both films. https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-MKWPq55b1uo/UMYwHdYOiMI/AAAAAAAAN80/b8bTb7-PaLk/s1600/poster+whitedog+2.jpg Rated: 3.5 / 5 I have to admit, the 80s to the early 90s continue to impress me. The most interesting of their films tend to have a lot of grey in their morals and themes, rather than making a pure black and white picture (assuming we're … Continue reading White Dog (1982) and Homicide (1991) dual review, and the issue of race

Holocaust Twitter Wars part 3: Poland Provocation, FDR, Territory Grabs, and the Cause for Deaths at the Camps

Part 1.  Part 2. Did Poland Provoke Germany into a War? Nathan C @NathanAngelus Hitler started the war in 1939. Nobody, be they random Jewish private citizens or the Major World powers, provoked Hitler. Deal with it and stop making things up. I call bullshit. Poland provoked Hitler. Hate to get involved in this sort … Continue reading Holocaust Twitter Wars part 3: Poland Provocation, FDR, Territory Grabs, and the Cause for Deaths at the Camps

RE: Debunking Holocaust Denial (part 7)

Jesus Christ.  This isn't something I really intended to become an ongoing thing.  But fuck it, it gives me an excuse to learn some history.  There's a chance I may edit and lengthen this post, depending on how any responses go.  I'm just reposting from the comments section from part 6 (comments which I'll delete … Continue reading RE: Debunking Holocaust Denial (part 7)

Europa: The Last Battle (2017) review

So today is April 20th.  A day of infamy.  Where everyone is encouraged to roll a joint and smoke it; bake a batch of edibles and eat 'em.  It's international pot day!  It's a day to celebrate! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9Za3EleHYA It's also Hitler's birthday.  The man who has been considered the most vile, racist, fascist, inhumane villain … Continue reading Europa: The Last Battle (2017) review

The Passion of the Christ Review

Rated: 4/5 Introduction When dealing with a subject matter like this it is important to draw a line at some point in what should and should not be shown. The Passion of the Christ doesn't just cross said line, it completely ignores the existence and for a good hour the audience is subjected to horrifying … Continue reading The Passion of the Christ Review