Zombie with a Shotgun is Getting the Comic Book Treatment ( @ZOMBIEWASHOTGUN ) from @kleffnotes

Zombie with a Shotgun, a zombie movie that breaks all of the traditional rules of zombie movies from Hilton Ariel Ruiz, is getting a comic book adaptation. Rats and Crows publishing has announced that it will be publishing the story in a variety of ways, which are available for pre-order now. Continue reading “Zombie with a Shotgun is Getting the Comic Book Treatment ( @ZOMBIEWASHOTGUN ) from @kleffnotes”

Fangirl Freakouts: @AlmostAdultsMov ( @UnsolicitedPic @GayWomenChannel ) from @kleffnotes

Unsolicited Project, a YouTube comedy channel for women and by women, debuted their first feature film Almost Adults. It stars Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis, who many people of the internet will recognize from the webseries Carmilla. In this week’s Fangirl Freakouts I gush about how much I loved this movie, with only a few minor word flubs. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: @AlmostAdultsMov ( @UnsolicitedPic @GayWomenChannel ) from @kleffnotes”

The Conjuring of Annabelle: A Review of The Conjuring Series from @kleffnotes

Over the course of the past few weeks I have been working my way through the movies from within The Conjuring series. This all started when my friend offered to loan me her copy of The Conjuring. After talking about it on Twitter I made a friendly wager with a friend, I’d watch the spin off movie Annabelle if he watched more of the tv series Supernatural. The following weekend I watched the official sequel in the series, The Conjuring 2. With a bit of a nudge from a horror movie watching friend I thought I would share my thoughts about the sort of trilogy. Continue reading “The Conjuring of Annabelle: A Review of The Conjuring Series from @kleffnotes”

@YogaHosers Review from @kleffnotes ( @ThatKevinSmith @HarleyQSmith @LilyRoseMelDepp )

Yoga Hosers is the sort of sequel to Kevin Smith’s frighteningly weird movie Tusk. It takes place in the same universe, but instead of focusing on what became of the Walrus of Winnipeg, it instead examines the lives of The Colleens. These two teenage girls work at the Eh 2 Zed, a convenience store, that a number of characters visited in Tusk. Even though they were briefly sort of local celebrities for helping save the Manatee of Manitoba, same thing as the Walrus of Winnipeg, Colleen and Colleen are still stuck working crappy shifts at the store. Continue reading “@YogaHosers Review from @kleffnotes ( @ThatKevinSmith @HarleyQSmith @LilyRoseMelDepp )”

#DoctorStrange is a Trippy Ride, a Movie Review via @quietlikeastorm

I have to admit to something before this review gets started. I’m not a Doctor Strange fan. For all my love of fantasy and magic, I have never been into his character in the comics. So going into this movie, I felt like a blank slate. I know only the basics of his story, powers, and where this may be leading in the Marvel movies. I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised by how much I did enjoy it, but no movie is perfect. Read on for my thoughts, concerns and all the spoilers.

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It’s October so Let’s Celebrate the Holidays: A Movie Review from @kleffnotes

To celebrate the beginning of October I took to Netflix in the search of a scary movie. I’ve been adding movie after movie to my queue and now was the time to start watching. Holidays is an anthology style film, with mini movies devoted to a variety of holidays, hence the title. Once I started this movie I was not let down by the horrific holiday horrors. Continue reading “It’s October so Let’s Celebrate the Holidays: A Movie Review from @kleffnotes”