Posts by Blake Legge

Top 10 Most Terror-ific Horror Movie Endings

Just in time for Halloween, Blake Legge counts down the most shuddery, spine-tingling horror movie finales of all time.

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Review: ‘The Rum Diary’

Blake Legge gives kudos to The Rum Diary, an affectionate, frequently hilarious semi-autobiographical look at legendary Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson's humble beginnings.

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Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 3’

The third time is not the charm for Paranormal Activity 3 says Blake Legge.

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Top 10 Horror Movie Musical Numbers

With Halloween around the corner, Blake Legge counts down the top 10 hits of toe-tapping terror.

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Review: ‘The Thing’

Blake Legge says that while the new, CGI-enhanced prequel/remake of The Thing doesn't live up to John Carpenter's beloved 1982 version, it's not as bad as Carpenter fans might fear.

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Review: ‘The Way’

Blake Legge reviews The Way, the spiritual father-son drama written and directed by Emilio Estevez and starring himself and his dad, Martin Sheen.

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Top 10 Worst Horror Movie Remakes

With a remake of John Carpenter's The Thing headed to theaters, Blake Legge looks back on recent horror remakes that missed the mark.

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Review: ‘Machine Gun Preacher’

Blake Legge says Machine Gun Preacher is a well-intentioned but unsatisfying portrait of real life freedom fighter Sam Childers.

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The Smellies: A Brief History of Movies That Smell

With the new Spy Kids movie being released in something called "4-D AromaScope", Blake Legge takes a look at the history of odor enhancement in the movies.

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Review: ‘The Future’

Blake Legge says Miranda July's new film The Future is a mixed bag, but an audacious and thought-provoking one.

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Bad Teachers

With the Cameron Diaz-starring comedy Bad Teacher hitting theaters this weekend, Blake Legge takes a look at other notably terrible teachers in the movies.

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Review: ‘The Trip’

Blake Legge thinks the new British comedy The Trip might just be the funniest movie of the summer, even if it is only June yet.

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Review: ‘The Tree of Life’

Blake Legge says The Tree of Life, the latest from Terrence Malick, just might be the acclaimed director's best film yet.

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Review: ‘Priest’

Blake Legge finds little to love about the new horror/sci-fi/western action movie Priest, aside from its brief running time.

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Review: ‘City of Life and Death’

Blake Legge says Chinese director Lu Chuan's City of Life and Death, based on the true story of the 1937 Nanjing Massacre, is harrowing to sit through, but well worth it.

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