Super Secret Undercover Scotty Dog

As most of our readers know, my son Sam is an aspiring movie writer/director and a HUGE movie fanatic. In fact, he writes most of the movie reviews on our blog. Quentin Tarantino is his all time favorite director so I decided to make Sam a set of Reservoir Dogs. I think they turned out…

Jumping Off Point Review for Django Unchained

It’s no secret that we here at Green Carbon 2112 are HUGE fans of Quentin Tarantino. We can only wish, hope and pray that Sam will get to work with him some day. (Sorry, that’s my inner Dr. Seuss poking out.) Sam did a really in-depth written movie review of Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” when…

Django Unchained (2012)

*Very light spoilers (nothing large, just a few scenes discussed in depth)* I’m going to say right away that this movie is FREAKING FANTASTIC!! Go see it while it’s still in theaters. I intend on watching it again in the theater and then again, as soon as it comes out on DVD. Django Unchained is…

From Dusk Till Dawn review ~ Part 3

I don’t like this poster as much as the other ones, but it is the one that I see more often. Salma Hayek‘s role is much smaller than you would imagine, judging from the posters and trailers.  She does however bridge the two sections together. Her dance in the middle connects the thriller to the…

Four Rooms Review of Rodriguez and Tarantino Sections

“Four Rooms” is an anthology of four stories each one by a different writer/director, but all starring the same main character. Tim Roth stars as Ted the Bellhop, the character that connects the stories together. Each story takes place in a different room of the hotel that Ted works at. The time is New Year’s…

From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) Part 2

Cheech Marin is in the movie, so is Cheech Marin, and Cheech Marin is in the movie too. Cheech Marin plays 3 roles in the movie. Cheech Marin first appears as a border patrol cop, then as the bar greeter, and then he shows up again as Carlos, the guy that they were meeting in…