Slaughterhouse Princess

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Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it, a lesson that we find to be true as we let Brett pick a movie again.  Will we never learn.

Black Christmas (1974)

We keep our streak of not doing the movie we said we were going to going as we continue to watch movies with a tenuous connection to women who played Juliet in movies.

The Ballerina

In a rare turn of events, we manage to stay on track and focused without Troy here to keep us from glossing over everything... mostly.

Black Swan

Based on the real life person Sir Henry Morgan, this is a tale of pirates, romance, and a good old fashioned double cross. Wait, I think I might have watched the wrong movie , is it supposed to be black and white?

The Black Cat (1934)

We take it back to a simpler time this week when men always wore suits and women were carried most places.

Blood for Dracula

Finally a vampire movie that isn't afraid to tackle the complex relationship between the bourgeoisie and proletariat as it pertains to the concept of arranged marriages in an attempt to maintain your family's status.

Beware: Children at Play

Brett comes back just in time for a trip to the New Jersey bible belt to debate the finer points of cleavages, both front and back.

Brotherhood of the Wolf

It took me about 20 minutes to realize this wasn't the gender swapped version of Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants like I had originally thought it was.

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

We take a look at a movie that's part Blair Witch and part Behind the Music, as requested by the guy so nice, we say his name twice, RCB.


After watching this movie there were a few things we could all agree on, it was a series of images shown in such a way that it conveyed movement, it was in black and white, and there were several instances of crotch based violence.

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