Author Archives: David Walker

T-Shirt Confidential #2

Some people believe you can tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear. I believe you can tell more about a person by the t-shirts they have worn. This is the story of my life, as told … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – DIAMOND DOGS

You might think after having endured the rather stinkified Dolph Lundgren film Missionary Man that I would be ready to call it quits with the old Dolphster. And if that’s what you’re thinking, then you, my friend, would be dead … Continue reading

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T-Shirt Confidential #1

Back in 2007, I launched a regular feature called T-Shirt of the Week (TSOTW) — the story of my life, as told by the t-shirts I;ve worn — which ran every week for approximately six months. When I was forced … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – DEATH TOLL

There is only one word that comes to mind while watching the new jaxploitation urban thriller Death Toll, and that word is “wow.” Wow—the writing and direction in this film are terrible. Wow—the action in this film is atrocious. Wow—there … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – TRE

Charlotte Sometimes, the feature film debut of director Eric Byler, was one of the most impressive movies of 2002. A beautifully realized character study that was as deftly acted as it was written and directed, Charlotte Sometimes hinted at the … Continue reading

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Why GONE WITH THE WIND is a Dangerous Movie

There’s been a lot of talk about banning the Confederate flag recently, due in large part to horrific massacre that occurred last week in Charleston, SC. Many discussions have arisen, including one critic’s call to ban Gone with the Wind. … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – CLEANER

There can be a certain stigma attached to films that by and large skip any sort of significant theatrical release, and instead go directly to video. This stigma is compounded when the film has a cast of well-known actors, and … Continue reading

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Old Movie Reviews – FINISHING THE GAME

A title card at the beginning of Finishing the Game sets up the film’s premise: in 1973 martial arts superstar Bruce Lee died unexpectedly while filming Game of Death. Lee had only shot 12 minutes of footage, hardly enough to … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – ART OF WAR II: BETRAYAL

Somewhere, someone was sitting around thinking, “What Wesley Snipes’ movies should there be a sequel to? Is there a Wesley Snipes’ movie with so many unanswered questions at the end that it demands being revisited? In making a sequel to … Continue reading

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Old Film Reviews – 36th CHAMBER OF SHAOLIN

If you are a true fan of martial arts flicks, then you no-doubt have seen this film in at least one of its several incarnations, which includes the alternate titles Master Killer and Shaolin Master Killer. If, however, for some … Continue reading

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