The 2011 Ian Fleming Memorial Award

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And the 2011 Ian Fleming Memorial Award for Best James Bond film goes to…. Goldfinger (1964) Oddjob was memorable. Auric Goldfinger was over-the-top. Sean Connery kicked butt. That’s enough said. Watch the most… Continue reading

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Earth Defense Force: EDF and Insect Armageddon

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Whoreson here.  I recently purchased EDF: Insect Armageddon and wanted to talk to you chaps about the greatness that is the EDF Xbox series.  I specify because EDF apparently has a history.  A… Continue reading

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The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964)

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Jerry (Cash Flagg) is a rebel with his foreign friend and girlfriend Angela. Jerry decides to do the rebellious thing and take his friends to the carnival. There, he is smitten by a… Continue reading

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The 2011 Pop Culture Historian’s Game and Anime Awards

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For the Game Award, I will admit that I can’t really give a Readers’ Choice Award because I did a very poor job of promoting the poll. As a result, only two people… Continue reading

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Anime Voting

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Please vote for what you believe to be the best anime to have been reviewed on The Pop Culture Historian.

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The 2011 Pop Culture Historian Movie Award

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As will be the case, there is a Readers’ Choice Award (where you voted) and the Editor’s Choice Award (my pick mwuhaha!). This year, the Readers’ Choice Movie Award goes to: Rob Roy… Continue reading

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Gintama

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Hello… it’s me, Whoreson! Don’t remember me?  I’ve totally been posting things on this website.  Ya know that one article? Yeah I wrote that one article. Anyways… I’m here to talk to you… Continue reading

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