Monthly Archive: February, 2012

Retribution (2012)

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And now The Pop Culture Historian will do something it has never done before: Review a short film. Retribution is a short horror film directed by Bernard Gray and released by Diamond Entertainment… Continue reading

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Mass Effect 2 (PlayStation 3)–First Impressions

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Mass Effect 2 is an action-RPG developed by Bioware and published by EA in 2010. I logged my first hour of gameplay as of now. What I noticed first was some jaw-dropping gorgeous… Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad, The Weird (2008)

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The destinies of The Good (Jung Woo-Sung), The Bad (Lee Byung-Hun), and The Weird (Song Kang-ho) converge during a train raid in 1930s Manchuria. The Weird stumbles upon a map that is rumored… Continue reading

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My Personal Top 5 James Bond Theme Songs

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James Bond films have been all over the place in terms of quality. One thing that remains relatively constant is that they have great music, particularly with their opening theme songs. Oddly enough,… Continue reading

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For a Few Dollars More (1965)

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Clint Eastwood reprises his role as The Man with No Name in this follow-up to A Fistful of Dollars. This time, he’s on the hunt of the ruthless killer El Indio (Gian Maria… Continue reading

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Eden

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As I have demonstrated time and time again on this blog, I’m a pretty hardcore fan of Arai Akino, who is by and far my favorite songstress from Japan. While Sora no Uta… Continue reading

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Baccano!

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  It is 1932. The newspaper Daily Days is investigating the events that transpired on the train named Flying Pussyfoot a year earlier. Little do they know that the Flying Pussyfoot was the… Continue reading

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