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Monday, September 8, 2014


Release date: 2014
Directed by: Joshua Staley and Jamie DeWolf
98 Minutes
Genre: Stoner comedy
Indican Pictures

Ok, first off I must admit that I never even had a clue there was a film genre titled Stoner Comedy, did you? Smoked falls into this category and hate to say it but even if I smoked a blunt I don't think I would of laughed much! There are three buddies that constantly bake and one night during a wild house warming party Two thieving fools steal the stash and then accidentally set the house on fire on the way out.

I just couldn't get into it, and I have seen some lame movies that have made me giggle but this one failed at all costs. It was a waste of time with its corny attempts to make the viewer chuckle. Well the three twits dream up this scheme to rob a medical marijuana site and make the money back. Bad idea on their part. A drug lord sends out his minions out to kill all of them and there are some bumps in the path they must deal with.

So as they run thru out the crowded  city from the four horsemen chaos ensues with shoot outs some crazy ass clowns and oh, even ninja's. Can they get away from it all without losing their lives? Or will they all end up six feet under the ground like the roots of a pot plant? Guess you'll have to decide if your money and precious time is worth finding out! Just remember that you can never
get either back!   


Sunday, September 7, 2014

Southern Haunts part 2 Devils in the Darkness- edited by Alexander S. Brown and Loiuse Myers

ISBN: 978-1-937929
Published by: Seventh Star press
Multiple authors
copyright 2014

ISBN: 978-1-937929
Published by: Seventh Star press
Multiple authors
copyright 2014

I've never been much of a fan of books with several authors contributing their stories to complete a
theme designed for them all. I think that's because I never really gave them a chance plus I hate getting into a story and then its over and onto the next one. I actually enjoy them now and look forward to seeing what people come up with. Sometimes I am honestly disappointed when they end, I mean we have all felt like this at one time or another when immersed in the story and its just that good. I mean haven't you ever gotten to the end of a book and kinda of drag it out?

Southern Haunts part 2 Devils in the Darkness is filled with stories from many talented writers. I always try to pick at least three stories I really enjoyed and this time around I would have to chose
Beleth, And There Was Nothing Left But Ash, and Dediless. I could see all three as novels or even
short films that many would enjoy viewing. So I will willingly admit that I am excited to reading
more volumes of short stories in the future, you really don't know what treasures you might come across within those pages- I cant wait!