[Movie Review] Catfish (2010)

The success of Catfish hinges greatly on your frame of mind when you sit down to watch it. If you think you’re going to get a bone-chilling docuhorror (ala Paranormal Activity or The Blair With Project as the trailer and subsequent marketing campaign would lead you to believe), you are going to be immensely disappointed. Catfish is never scary, frightening, or spooky.

What Catfish is, though, is perhaps greater than what it initially appears to be. It’s an engaging documentary (though I suppose some might dispute the complete veracity of the subject matter) that takes the social networking experience and sheds some light on how people willingly, and very easily, allow complete strangers into their lives. Continue reading

[DVD Review] The Rise and Fall of WCW

The Rise And Fall Of WCWOverview:

I know I say this quite often, but I’m a fan of pro wrestling. I get excited about it multiple times a week, and as a 24 year old, I’ve been suggested to seek personal help about it. I enjoy the athleticism of the sport, but also the acting portion as well, as I’ve coined “Athletic Acting,” something you obviously have to be skilled and talented at to do well. Continue reading