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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #85 (October 27th, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. DUNE I’ve read the Dune series more times than I remember. And I’ve seen every video adaption made, numerous times. I can come close to quoting the character’s dialog line-for-line. Therefore, I can only review […]

Indie Documentary Review: Smoke And Mirrors – The Story Of Tom Savini

Lucky me! Two documentaries in one day. This one is about a guy who is, apparently a horror effects wizard. I assumed that I wouldn’t have a clue who he was what with me not being the big horror fan. Imagine my surprise then when I saw the first few seconds and thought “oh… it’s him!” […]

Indie Documentary Review – I’m An Electric Lampshade

My word…this makes a change! Normally I spend the first couple of paragraphs bitching on about how this film is not the genre I usually like, or that film is aimed at a totally different demographic to the one I inhabit, and then go on to use that as my reason for not liking it […]

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Indie Documentary Review – Last Call: The Shutdown Of NYC Bars

We all know about COVID-19. We’ve all been affected by it one way or another. Similarly, everybody has a viewpoint ranging from those informed by science and history to the bizarre and delusional. My own viewpoint was one of enforced isolation as, due to pre-existing medical conditions, I was recommended to isolate from, pretty much, […]

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Documentary Review – The Year Earth Changed

“March 2020. Overnight, our lives are put on pause. But, as we stop, remarkable things start to change in the natural world.” The Year Earth Changed opens with the venerable tones of David Attenborough, which reassure you this is going to be fascinating, entertaining, and educational three-quarters of an hour. Apple got together with the […]

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Indie Documentary Review – The Dark Hobby

I’ve been a keeper of fish in the past. I’ve kept goldfish in bowls and ponds, and I’ve kept tropical fish in increasingly large tanks as my Aspergerish tendencies meant that I got deeper and deeper into the hobby. I never got as far as keeping marine tropical fish but, were it not for a […]

Indie Movie Review – Hit Record

In the world of indie films, the documentary is probably the easiest to make look like a full budget outing; there’s no need for expensive visual effects, top quality acting, or high priced music and sound effects. The audience expects the speaker to be aware and nervous that they’re being filmed, as opposed to the […]

Sundance Festival Movie Review – Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street

If you are a fan of recent films Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, this is the documentary you must see this year. This is a film that is nostalgic and fun, sure, but it’s also an eye-opening look at the history of children’s television.  When you get a […]

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What I Saw During the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

I recently got to attend the 2021 Sundance Film Festival online.  It was a wonderful experience.  I got to see an array of unique films. and discover some new favorites.  While I’ll be posting reviews of my favorite films from the festival, it would be impossible to review everything I experienced.  Here, though, is a […]

Indie Documentary Review – Sex, Drugs & Bicycles

Buy one, get one free! Yes, you can have a political documentary AND a comedy. Ok, maybe it’s not screamingly funny but wryly amusing, observational humour can definitely be used as a description. What we have in Sex, Drugs & Bicycles is an American, Jonathan Block — Writer/Director/Narrator — who fondly remembers a trip to The […]

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