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Daily Archives: May 23, 2021
“The exchange, “You’re putting in your own septic?” “I think I can handle it” is horrific enough to the average home or single wide owner. June 1, this bad boy becomes accessible to mere mortals everywhere.
Netflixable? “The Strange House (Das schaurige Haus)” shows us what a German teen horror comedy looks like
“The Strange House (Das schaurige Haus)” is a screwball German mystery-dramedy about kids in search of who is haunting this house some of them have moved into, and why. Something or former someones are “possessing” two brothers, new kids in … Continue reading
No one in Hollywood would dare make a movie about a 25-30 year old actor taking up with an infatuated girl of 16. Not today. That’s the sort of thing that makes career-ending headlines when it happens off screen. But … Continue reading