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Beyond the Mat

One of my favorite documentaries featuring my favorite "entertainment" too watch when I was a kid. Beyond the Mat featured my favorite superstars in and out of the ring, showing that it isn't all fun and games. I bet I would of even enjoyed it if I didn't even watch wrestling. Seeing the movie probably would of made me get a more positive look on wrestling, but already knowing that wrestling was scripted, it still was a good watch.


I don't wanna spend all day writing a review for this golden masterpiece, so I will keep it short and sweet.

This movie can't go wrong, if you do not like it at all, I swear you are not human whatsoever. I am not afraid to say that it is MY FAVORITE MOVIE EVER!!! If I could, I would give it 120% with a signing bonus of 1 million guaranteed.


One of the most underrated horror movies of all time. I first seen this movie when it first came out on VHS when I was a wee-kid. To this day its listed in my top 5 favorite horror movies.

The movie features some more well known horror icons (mostly as extra characters) like Tony Todd (Candyman), Kane Hodder (Friday The 13th), and even Robert Englund (Nightmare on Elm Street). Not to mention the main antagonist Andrew Divoff did a hell of a job. This movie has some eerie scenes that you rarely see in most horror movies like freakin flesh ripping fatalities (unless it's zombie movies), and other wtf deaths. Not to mention with the "bad guy" being a genie, you would expect a family comedy or somethin.

If you wanna escape from the typcial crap you see with most modern horror movies, I suggest a gem like Wishmaster, or even the sequel. Don't even bother watching the 3rd and 4th haha. Good job Wes Craven!

Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight

I've been a fan of the horror genre for as long as I can remember. So with a series like Tales From The Crypt, it was on my watchlist throughout my childhood.

I really enjoy Tales from the Crypt to this day, and this movie really impressed me. Sure the acting isn't top notch quality, but being based of the T.V. show, it really did well. It has all the essentials to make a good "terror tale" (cryptkeeper voice)with gore, nudity, and a twist ending. When I saw this as a kid, it did freak me out, but of course when I watch it today, it just a memento. This movie is one of many decent horror movies that came out in the early - late 90's, but I recommend watching the series first to get a glimpse of TOTC magic. All I can say is Youtube it!

Smoke Signals

I actually never heard of Smoke Signals until a ton of my Native friends told me to see it. With my watch instantly on my Netflix, I decided to search for it, and lone be hold, there it was.

The story is pretty deep and entertaining, but the acting could of been a little better. Well it is an independent film, so actually they did an incredible job. This is one of the better independent films to come out. Even if you guys know nothing about Native Americans, or reservations, or anything like that, you should still see this movie for a good laugh and a good heartfelt story. Or else there will be a fry bread riot for sure.

Blood In, Blood Out (Bound by Honor)

Órale carnal, Blood In Blood Out is definitely one of the best "barrio" films out there and it came out in what I think is the peak of "gang" movies. The early 90's had a handful of movies depicting the life of barrio and hoods in Los Angeles. What makes this one so great you ask? Well first of all the protagonist is actually not exactly what you expected. A white boy? Yes a gabacho. I actually think that is cool.

I like how it focuses on the protagonist as he goes through the "barrio", prison, and the formation of La Eme. The movie has its suspenseful moments as well as emotional. With the movie being almost three hours long, it does seem to drag just a little, but in the end, it really is a great flick. If you enjoy crime drama's like myself and many others, I REALLY recommend this movie.