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Archive for January, 2012

Desert Eagle Mark XIX Review – .50AE

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Enter SANDMAN! The newest addition to my family of Iron Justice.

LK’s Firearm Review takes a diligent look at the mighty Desert Eagle Mark XIX in the .50 Action Express caliber followed by firing demonstration (and maybe a special “guest”).

Some After-Thoughts On The Devil Inside

Monday, January 9th, 2012

I took April and her mom to see this with a couple friends last night……

I’d agree that moments of it were really well done. I thought Suzan Crowley (nice name) was fantastic and wished her character would’ve gotten more screen time. She had a very effective presence, as the entire audience’s whispers and random cluttering in the packed theater fell completely silent when she hit the screen. She had us in the palm of her hand the whole segment of her daughter, Isabella, visiting her the first time. Good stuff.

But, the movie overall felt rushed and borrowed a little too much from Paranormal Activity in terms of character development and general presentation. I know there are only so many ways to present a found-footage film, but there was definitely a PA vibe in a lot of it for me. The Blair Witch Project succeeded in making the story a real-life type place and event, whereas The Devil Inside falls a tad short. To me, it never felt like this was something that could really happen aside from Crowley being on-screen, and again, her time with us was limited.

The ending…………… (not really a spoiler but a definite hint of the impact it made, hit the tag if you’d like to know more).