The Purge (2013)
Originally, when I saw this movie, I was shitty about it due to the fact that I expected mass chaos. Instead, the focus is on one family. Now that I know a sequel is imminent that does focus on the outside world, I can appreciate the original. Good flick that has some good conflict. Hated the antagonists at the end, so it was well-written, too. 7/10, just because I was so expecting more.
 The Jerk (1979)
If you haven’t seen this movie, you have no business following me. Hysterical flick starring one of the funniest dudes ever. 10/10.
 Patton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time (2013)
Man. I’ve been a fan of Patton Oswalt for a long time and this is by far his worst stand-up. The idea behind this special is that he no longer has to do anything to get people to watch… but the irony is, he doesn’t do anything, and I watched it… and it sucked. 1/10, simply for the one chuckle it got out of me.
 Watchmen (2009)
Oh, this movie is magnificent. Jackie Earle Haley’s portrayal of Rorschach is so amazing, and the movie is so well-done and true to the graphic novel. If you’re a fan of superheroes, history, action, violence, etc… this movie has it all. Bless this flick. 10/10.
 Dogma (1999)
A comedy about religion sounds like a disaster, but is delivered with perfection by visionary director Kevin Smith. The characters are a blast, the plot is interesting, and the comedy hits with a brick to the face. Golden flick. 10/10.
 Maz Jobrani: I Come In Peace (2013)
One joke for a full hour. No thank you. 2/10. It was funny at first.
 Dana Gould: I Know It’s Wrong (2013)
I haven’t laughed so hard at a comedy special in a while. Dana Gould is hysterical. His stories about Bob Hope are so perfect and his reactions to the audience are brilliant. Awesome special. 10/10.
 City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly’s Gold (1994)
Whoever decided to put Daniel Stern, Jon Lovitz, and Billy Crystal in a comedy together deserves a medal. This movie had some big laughs, especially from Daniel Stern doing something that doesn’t involve a heist with a child. The only gripe I have about this movie is the fact that “where is the map?” is like 50% of the movie. Still, funny flick. 6/10.
 Waiting (2005)
I saw this movie in theaters with my ex-girlfriend Rachel and I remember laughing so damn hard at all the nonsense they did. Now that I’ve actually spent some time working in a kitchen and as a server, I appreciate the movie so much more. Funny as Hell and a perfect 2005 cast if there ever was one in a comedy. 9/10. I just can’t stand Andy Milonaukis.
 Pauly Shore’s Vegas Is My Oyster (2011)
The thing about Pauly Shore is, he seems like such a nice guy that you want so badly to enjoy his work, but the thing is, he’s just… not funny anymore. He hasn’t been since the stoner age of the weasel ended. This special was awful. 1/10.
Can u believe there are plants that are illegal
Can you believe there is love that is illegal
Can you believe there is murder that is illegal?!
I’ve gotten really behind on listing the movie posters of the movies I’ve been watching so I’m going to play catch-up. Hell, maybe I’ll just start doing them 10 at a time like this to save everyone’s dashboard. Anyway, here goes:
 Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events (2004)
This was the last film I saw in 2004, and I went with my friend Tony. I had no idea that the movie was a Nickelodeon movie and watching it, it’s still kind of a shocker. Really grim and realistic for a children’s movie, but such a good flick. A fun and exciting movie, great acting, and wonderful performances by all. 8/10, only because I can’t stand the “comic relief” of the youngest sister.
 Knife Fight (2012)
There are more than a billion ways to portray a political movie, but this one did it pretty well. It managed to keep me interested and I don’t like politics at all. 5/10, simply because it wasn’t stuff I was all too familiar with, but it was entertaining.
 No Tell Motel (2012)
Typical “group of people go into building that looks creepy, has too many creepy people there, but stay because of weird circumstance and suddenly become badass”. 2/10. Boredom fest.
 High Tension (2003)
There are a bunch of things about this movie that make absolutely no sense. Watching it, and really analyzing it afterward, you start thinking “Yeah, why is that a thing?” However, it’s still a very interesting movie. Great gore factor, nice and creepy, just a really twisted ending. 9/10, only because of the confusion.
 Knights Of Badassdom (2013)
When you first start watching this movie, you feel like you’re seeing a part of the world that Augie lives in in the movie Role Models. However, while this movie starts out kind of ‘ehh’, it kicks into gear and becomes exactly what it’s advertised as: badass! The three main characters are brilliant together and the movie is a fun thrillride for anyone who likes ridiculous fantasy. 9/10.
 Pearl Harbor (2001)
This movie sucks. It sucked when I saw it and it sucks now. There is NO REASON to call this movie Pearl Harbor considering the plot has nothing to do with the war as much as it does a fucking love story. 2/10, only because some of the action was pretty realistic and fun.
 Killer Yacht Party (2006)
*Sigh* You know how sometimes, a music video is so bad that Beavis and Butt-head will just glance at each other before changing the channel? 1/10.
 The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
I was iffy about this because of Andrew Garfield playing Spider-Man, but damn if this wasn’t a badass flick. I was so into the 2002 Spider-Man movie, and this overhaul of that series was awesome. Despite not being a fan of Lizard, I was really into the character and its development. 9/10 stars, only losing a point because I don’t care for Lizard as a character.
 The Wedding Planner (2001)
Would I ever watch this movie again?
 Grumpy Old Men (1993)
C’mon. Has anyone not seen this movie? It’s hysterical from start to finish. I love old dudes talking shit to each other, and even though a 2014 version would be a lot more fun, in the 90’s, this is essential viewing. 8/10 stars.
Fear and Loathing on Long Island
No Matter Where We Go
I know we’ll be okay one of these fuckin days.
But I know, and I know,
There will be those up and downs no matter where we go.
Then she became queen of the neighborhood parties,
While I was an unknown boy along for the ride,
Kept the guitar right by my side,
It was better than conversing with the kids I didn’t like,
But on the fourth of July when the fireworks rang out,
She met a new boy who was more hip and less strung out
I drove home with fire in the sky,
Fiddled with the dials and stumbled across something,
That you were always humming.
imagine a horror movie where you’re trapped in your house with a serial killer but all your lights are clappers
so you’re running for your life from this psychopath while both of you are just aggressively clapping the lights on and off
Jesus Christ, the imagination on this website is unreal.
That girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighborhood
I got news for you, she is!
- Bobby Darin: It's OK, I'm not gonna hurt you. Watch. My momma used to tell me a story when I was a kid that in the Middle Ages, one of the knights in King Arthur's court, he laid down his sword between himself and Guinevere, and he promised that he would never cross over to the other side.
- Sandra Dee: Really?
- Bobby Darin: I am laying down this sword between us. That's my side of the bed, and that's yours, and I will never cross over. Ever. I don't care if we don't touch for a thousand nights. Only you can cross over to my side. Only you.
Jason Saint 
An awesome shot of yours truly, as snapped by professional wrestling photographer Pamela Barnett. Barnett is known for covering a lot of events, most specifically Ring Of Honor events, and now I’m part of her portfolio.
This shot was taken as I introduced myself to the IWA Mid-South crowd prior to Derek Neal’s attack on “Mean” Mitch Page. The fans weren’t exactly receptive to me, but once Derek came out and beat the blood out of Mitch Page, they had no choice but to realize that the future of professional wrestling has arrived, and it’s going to shine in the #Spotlight!
An updated list of the bands I’ve seen live.
I realized a lot of the links were broken to the photos of me with the bands, as well as the band list was out of date.
So… I fixed it. Enjoy.