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ScottC, head of the Needcoffee Archaeological Society, is in charge of the project to get old content from its boring original HTML form and into WordPress. Here are some things that were freed with a few blows of his mighty pick axe. (Which sounds like a euphemism…but is not.)
Pixar side of the house, our . Monsters Inc. DVD Review For documentaries,
and Anne Frank Remembered John Cleese’s The Human Face For anime:
some ; Strange Dawn ; Burn Up Excess ; and a take on Jin-Roh , Alice in Wonderland
Miyuki-Chan in Wonderland Movies about teenagers, some more grown than others:
; Grease ; Not Another Teen Movie ; Pretty in Pink ; The Breakfast Club The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Comedies, some more successful than others:
; Soul Man ; and the classic Punchline Big Trouble in Little China Prepping for the new
Sherlock Holmes movie, we yanked out a pair of Jeremy Brett DVD releases for both feature films and television.
Continuing to pull out our
Star Trek reviews, here’s and Star Trek VI the third season of Voyager On the action front,
, Iron Monkey and Pulp Fiction
Reservoir Dogs And as we start to prep for this year’s
32 Days of Halloween, here’s
White Zombie And also,
a Promethea comic review.