The Hypnotist (2009) – Lars Kepler

It’s been a while since I talked about something I’ve read, and i really want to start making that a regular habit, no matter what I read, and I read a lot! This novel, The Hypnotist, did something a book hasn’t done for me in a long time, filled me with dread and I couldn’t…

Tim’s Tops of 2011

I’m gonna take a page from my creative partner, Sue, and give a run down of my favorite films of the year; though it appears that we do have a lot of the same films on our list. 1) The Muppets – This movie is sheer joy, and by far the best time at the…

Sue’s Top Flick Picks of 2011

Now that 2011 is done and gone, and 2012 is finally upon us, I thought I’d take a bit of time to go through the plethora of flicks I saw in theatres throughout the course of the year.  I dug out as many ticket stubs as I could find – yes, I keep them…I am…

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

The last film I saw of 2011, and the first movie I’m reviewing of 2012 is the American remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. As stated in my rave about The Snowman, I flew through all three books in the trilogy in 2010, and bought the blu-rays for the Swedish sight unseen, and…

The Snowman – Jo Nesbø

Last year I fell in love with Stieg Larsson’s Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and it’s two sequels. So much so that I bought all three of the original Swedish films when they were released, and enjoyed them immensely. Larsson died shortly after delivery of the third book, which meant no more in the series….

Mission: Impossible 4 – Ghost Protocol (The IMAX Experience)

Brad Bird’s first live action film is a success. The Pixar director who was behind The Incredibles, and Ratatouille, and Warner’s The Iron Giant, brought his storytelling and action style to the big screen with the latest in the Mission: Impossible franchise. Tom Cruise returns as IMF agent Ethan Hunt in what may be the…