Eric’s Review – “Batman vs Robin” (2015)

Check out my newest contribution for my good friend Vic over at Vic’s Movie Den. A review of the newest DC Universe animated film, Batman vs Robin.


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What’s it About?

While Damian Wayne struggles to cope with Batman’s no-killing rule, he soon starts to believe that his destiny lies within a secret society known as, The Court of Owls.

Batman vs Robin”

Directed by Jay Oliva

Reviewed by Eric Jones

I really love these DC Universe animated movies. They excel for me in telling some of the top DC story-lines without the viewer having to invest in years of comic mythology to understand them. Recently they have taken an approach similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and have began adapting stories from their New 52 era. Batman vs Robin, is the 4th film in this new continuity and sequel to the film Son of Batman.

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Son of Batman introduced the character of Damien Wayne. Bruce’s son with Talia, the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul. At the end of that film, the young…

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Every Bond Film Reviewed in One Sentence

A great post summarizing the Bond films. Had to share this one.


My partner is the biggest James Bond fan I have ever known in my entire life. He has seen all of the films (except for Die Another Day and the Daniel Craig era ones) probably about one hundred times each. He’s recently started another Bond marathon, and I somehow came up with the idea of reviewing/commenting on each and every Bond film in one sentence each. Is that even possible to accomplish? Here goes!


Casino Royale(1967)
This film is ridiculously stupid and some may say it’s unwatchable, but I thought it was thoroughly amazing because given the constraints on the production and all the crazy shiz that went on behind the scenes, what has resulted is the weirdest and most subversive Bond film out of all of them.


Dr No (1962)
Not a lot of people like Dr No, but I do because the story is minimal enough…

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Netflix and Amazon Prime Streaming Alert / Recent Additions / March 2015

From Vic at Vic’s Movie Den. An update on what’s new to streaming.



Hi everyone! Vic here with another post with some of the latest and most recent additions to Netflix Streaming and Amazon Prime.

To take advantage of the High Definition selections, it helps to have High Speed Internet and an HDTV Smart TV or Hi Def Media Player or Device I.E. A PS3, WD Live TV Media Player, Roku or Apple TV.

I hope there is a Movie or two, on the list, that you may want to check out. Meanwhile, enjoy the selections and the some Trailers below.

Happy Streaming, gang!


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How to train your Dragon 2 (2014)

Force Majeure (2014)


Saw II


Saw IV


Third Rock from the Sun

Three Days of the Condor

Groundhog Day

ABC’s of Death 2

Angriest Man in Brooklyn


Taxi Driver

Billy Madison

Donnie Brasco

The Alps from Above


Robocop (2014)


Earth to Echo

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Top Ten Films That Should Have Won Oscars

A great post that I pretty much agree with through and through.

Confessions From A Geek Mind

As this is Oscar weekend, it was only fair that The Geek does a top ten special to celebrate the occasion.  But this is no ordinary top ten list.  This is a top ten list of films that should have won Oscars.  The reason is self-explanatory.  The films that have won Oscars, has the impact lasted?  Yes and no and better films have been overlooked.

So here is my list of films that should have won Oscars and to make it a little bit challenging, the film had to be nominated for best picture in the same year as the winner.

Hit the jump to find out which film made the list.

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Eric’s Review – “Justice League: Throne of Atlantis”

My recent contribution to Vic’s Movie Den. A review of the newest DC animated movie, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.



I wanted to take a moment to introduce the very first movie review from Eric Jones, of Deacons Den, for Vic’s Movie Den. Eric has already contributed a couple of fantastic posts to The Den and this will be his first full fledged review for me. It is of the latest DCUanimated film, “Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis.”

Thank you, Eric, once again, for helping me out with content and for being patient and kind enough to submit a very cool write up!

– Vic


What’s it About?

In the aftermath of Justice League: War, the world is at peace or so it seems. When Atlantis attacks Metropolis for the death of their king. 

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Directed by Ethan Spaulding

By Eric

8 out of 1

The newest of the DC Universe Animated Movies, “Throne of Atlantis” takes place after Justice League War. These…

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Blindspot 2015: THX 1138 (1971)

A fantastic review of THX-1138 from Anna at Film Grimoire. I think that fans and even detractors of George Lucas should see this at least once.


thx_1138The feature directorial debut of science fiction aficionado George Lucas, THX 1138 (1971) is an Orwellian-style adventure. In a mysterious and unnamed future dystopian society, the population is controlled by drugs and invididuals are forbidden from feeling emotions. Worker THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) lives with his roommate LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie). The two begin to rebel against their rigid society, putting them both at extreme risk. Do they choose to escape? Or do they choose to conform?

I am really not a fan of Robert Duvall, as his performance in The Handmaid’s Tale (1990) has scarred me for life. However in his portrayal of THX 1138 he does elicit a sufficiently sympathetic response from the viewer, ensuring that a connection is made. You do really barrack for THX as he attempts to figure out his life and position within society, going to extreme lengths in order to do so. Maggie…

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Crisis of Characters

It wouldn’t be the Den without new additions of my favorite addiction…Funko Pop Vinyls!

First we have the Master of Magnetism from Marvel, Magneto

Then from DC’s New 52 we have Earth-2 Batman