Stinker Lets Loose @audible_com Audiobook Review from @kleffnotes

Have you ever experienced something that felt as though it was conceived under either extreme intoxication or within some sort of fever dream? This is in no way meant as a critique, but rather seems the only logical way to explain how something like Stinker Lets Loose could ever have existed. This cult classic film from 1977 has been reborn in audiobook form by writer Mike Sacks and director Eric Martin after an unexpected find of the Stinker Lets Loose original novelization. For those of you who have never heard of this film get ready for the most hilariously inappropriate piece of culture that I have ever had the pleasure of experiencing. Continue reading “Stinker Lets Loose @audible_com Audiobook Review from @kleffnotes”

“I’m Mary Poppins Y’all!” a Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review (No Spoilers) via @quietlikeastorm #gotg2 #Iamgroot

I was lucky a couple days ago when my schedule opened up and I was able to go and see the latest marvel movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, in 3D. I had really enjoyed the first one, but admittedly was a bit apprehensive for the second installment. Sequels are almost never as good/funny as the original and the first GotG was both. How did the second volume stack up? Read on below to find out. Also no spoilers except a few pics, very general impressions about the characters and what happened to them during the film. Don’t be a trash panda and skip this because of that-read it anyways!

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#SausageParty by @erinwise82

Sausage Party

Hi guys, after watching this movie I really wanted to share my thoughts. I’ve been trying to write this article for a while now, however, I have found it kind of difficult. Not that it’s a bad movie, just I don’t know how to explain it without being completely….well explicit…..With that being said, the following will have some pretty intense language, talks of adult cartoons, and food porn…of the sexual nature. If you’re comfortable with all of that, please continue reading. Continue reading “#SausageParty by @erinwise82”

Blast From The Baio Past – Charles In Charge via @stacyamiller85 @ScottBaio

Charles In Charge premiered on CBS on October 3, 1984. It told the story of Charles a college student at the fictional Copeland College in New Brunswick, NJ who takes a job as a caretaker for Stan and Jill Pembroke to their three children Jason (Michael Pearlman), Douglas (Jonathan Ward) and Lila (April Lerman) in exchange for free room and board in the family’s basement.

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