True Blood Rolling Stone Cover

O. M. G. True Blood. They’re hot. They’re sexy. They’re undead. You bet your pants they are! If you’re shy, easily offended, or don’t like blood, turn away now. This ain’t for the fainthearted. The True Blood Rolling Stone cover is mad sexy! It’s everything that True Blood is about – vampires, blood, nudity, sex, […]

Movie Review: Salt

I love sleeper spy agent movies! Salt was non-stop action even though its run-time was only an hour and thirty-nine minutes, which in my opinion definitely goes to show that longer isn’t necessarily better as is the case with many inflated Hollywood movies these days. The spy-thriller plot is complex enough to keep you guessing, […]

Whoa True Blood! Night on the Sun Review

Super intense True Blood episode with some mad angst, mad fighting, and mad sex (all kinds, pick your poison – vamp/vamp, boy/boy, boy/girl, vamp/girl). Lots of boy-boy action again in this episode between Jesus and Lafayette, and also between Eric and Talbot. Booyah. Not to mention Eric’s man-tease after Talbot tells him imperiously “I’m bored. […]

Book Review: 61 Hours by Lee Child

I have never been disappointed by a Jack Reacher novel, until now. In fact, I own every single one of the Jack Reacher novels. All of them, and I love them all equally. But not anymore…I guess the other shoe had to drop sometime with 61 Hours. In summary, it’s not an overly complicated plot. […]

Movie Review: Kick-Ass

I haven’t enjoyed a comedy/action film recently as much as I enjoyed Kick-Ass. Rated at 75% on the Rotten Tomatoes tomatometer, it definitely lived up to expectations. And as much as I love random, no-thinking-required comedies, this one actually had a few good messages, and when you add in a Sin-City-ish ton of blood and […]

Book Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Normally when I get accosted in book stores by women older than me raving about a young adult book they’ve recently read (and I mean raving, she couldn’t stop), I usually nod and carefully inch my way backwards scanning for nearby exits. That was the case with The Hunger Games. Needless to say, I didn’t […]

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