Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The shit on my walls (Part 21).

Part 20.

Big upgrade to the big grid....
Actually did this a month ago, but stuff kept getting in the way of posting this.

Ash Vs Evil Dead season 2.

Best Evil Dead anything since Evil Dead 2.
Best poster of the series so far.

Replaces Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

The Mist.

I like to play "six degrees", with these when I'm bored, and this flick gets me all sorts of connections.
Frank Darabont directed it, and went on to produce "The Walking Dead".
Melissa McBride went on to play Carol in "The Walking Dead".
Jeffrey DeMunn went on the play Dale in "The Walking Dead".
Laurie Holden went on to play Andrea in "The Walking Dead".
Thomas Jane played The Punisher in the 2004 Punisher flick, and all of the TWD alums connect this to TWD, and John Bernthal from TWD played (and still plays) Punisher in the Marvel-Netflix-verse.
Lotta ways to go with that.

Replaces Manhunter.

The DC-CW-TV-verse.

Like "The Mist", lotta actor connections I can get to and from this.

For example, Flash's adoptive dad was in "Rent", with Rosario Dawson who's the Nick Fury of the Marvel-Netflix-verse.

Replaces Creepshow.

Stranger Things.

Because, c'mon, it's Stranger Things.

Replaces "God Bless America".

Next row down....

Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2.

Comes out in a  couple weeks.
Come on, we all know it's going to be good.
Even if by a one in a billion shot it sucked, the poster is still pretty.

Bumps down Guardians 1, which bumps down Avengers: Age Of Ultron, which bumps down Super, which bumps down Toxic Avenger, which replaces Kickass 2.


Because, c'mon, it's Logan.

Replaces "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo".

Next row down....


See DC-CW-TV-verse.

Replaces American Mary.


Replaces Batman vs Hulk.



(Highlight to see)
It's a secret sequel to Unbreakable.

Replaces Hulk painted magazine cover.

And finally...

Updated mini version of the grid for my boombox corner.

And, done!

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Monday, April 17, 2017

Journey through Star Wars info-graphics part 1.

All right, I was gonna wait for all 6 to be complete, but it's the half way mark, and I've got 12 of the damned things, so let's do it multi-part...

Anyhoo, here it is, a timeline evolution of the Star Wars film resurgence from Disney deal, to Last Jedi in info-graphic updates.

0. Okay, so when this all started, when Disney bought Lucasfilm, we only knew about the sequel trilogy. So, I just slapped question marks onto the Thrawn covers.

1. Then, it was announced we'd get a standalone every other year, so we'd get a movie every year.
I slapped the Han Solo books between the Thrawn books, cuz they've got pretty colors. No other deep reason.

2. Then, finally, we got the title of episode 7. "The Force Awakens".

3. Then, the first standalone got its title. "Rogue One".

4. Then, the standalones got re-titled "anthology", and I really wish they'd stuck to that. But, whatever.

5. Then, "Rogue One", got a logo, and they were still sticking with "anthology", for awhile.

6. Then, we finally got word the other two anthologies would be Han Solo, and Boba-Fett. Josh Trank was supposed to do Boba-Fett, and it was officially confirmed after "Fantastic Four", flopped, and he was fired, that it was going to be Boba-Fett, but now it's shelved. And Han Solo is filming right now, so that's real. I'm still not counting Boba-Fett out yet.

7. We finally got the first teaser poster for "Force Awakens", and anthology got turned to "A Star Wars Story".

8. "Rogue One", got a newer logo, and it became clear that the "Star Wars Stories", would be phrased "_____A Star Wars Story".

9. We got the final "Force Awakens", poster.

10. The Final "Rogue One", poster came out. I didn't bother with the teasers this time.

11. Episode 8 got a title. "The Last Jedi".

12. "Last Jedi", got a teaser poster.

So, there, that's the first three of the six solidified into reality.
We're half way there now.

December is "Last Jedi", next year is Han Solo.
By then, we'll have a clearer picture of the third anthology.
See you then.

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Post Star Wars Celebration stuff.

Last update.
5th Star Wars Day.

We got a Last Jedi poster.

And a trailer.

Season 4 of Rebels is the final one.
Hopefully, it comes right up to the battle of Scarif (in Rogue One).
Warwick Davis will play Rukh, Thrawn's bodyguard.
(Fans of the old novels will know immediately where this storyline goes)

And some video game stuff I don't care about.

Aaaand, that's it.
No word on the Han Solo prequel title, or what the 3rd anthology movie really is.
Word is, Obi-Wan standalone, and an ensemble Bounty Hunters are both eventually getting made, but no official confirmation.

And Carrie Fisher's brother said Leia would be in episode 9 via unused footage being edited in, but Kathleen Kennedy (the new boss of Star Wars) ripped that away from us.
*Sigh* Meanie.

Anyhoo, 'nother infographic update.

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Happy belated 18th anniversary of Krazyfool's Den Of Delusion!!!

Shit, this was April 2nd.
2016 was such a bummer, and then winter was so gloomy, and depressing, and oppressive, and my anxieties were flaring up, so I was off in la-la land watching on-demand movies and blu-rays to try to drown my sorrows, and I just let this place go to seed.


  • 2013 (saga of the site)
  • 2014 (saga of Krazyfool Show)
  • 2015 (TFA was coming soon)
  • 2016 (Rogue One was being whispered)

Seen Rogue One (twice) the blu-ray is out, I just gotta get off my duff and go get it.

I finished off Quantum Dissolve, so no Krazyfool sequel is coming, sadly.

Well, there'll be other opportunities someday....
Stay tuned.

Two more years to twenty!!
Almost there...

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Friday, March 24, 2017

The big 2016-2017 movie recap!

Here we go again!

And now, here they all are.
For the year of 2016-2017.
Merging summer of 2016, with winter of 2016-2017.


The big 2015-2016 movie recap!

And now, the list.

1. Logan. 

Transcends the genre.

2. Rogue One.

It's Star Wars. Good Star Wars.
Good Star Wars gets high on any list.

3. Lego Batman.

Ditto Logan.

4. Civil War.

Best within its genre, but again, 1 and 3 transcend.

5. Doctor Strange.

Among the best Marvel stand-alones.

6. Ghostbusters: Answer The Call.

Gone down a couple stars, but I still love it.
And thanks to Ghostbusters 101, it's retroactively Ghostbusters 3 now.

7. Ash vs Evil Dead.

Best season so far.
Favorite Evil Dead anything next to good old "Evil Dead 2".

8. Suicide Squad.

Meh, least good of the DCEU so far, but still enjoyable.

9. X-Men Apocalypse.

Gone down a bit since first viewing, but it has great parts to it.
Quicksilver running through the explosion, and Fassbender's acting in the first third, mostly.

10. Star Trek Beyond.

One of the best Treks in a long ass time, and in another year, it could have been in the top 5, but what a damned year!

11. Justice League Dark.

Dug it. Nothing on this list is really bad, or even a letdown.
But, something had to get down here.

12. Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders.


13. Sausage Party.

Could have been better with the ideas it was playing with, but for what it is, solid job, and made me laugh.

14. Ghostbusters 101.

Again, not far enough into this series to judge. I'll re-assess in 6 months.
I can't imagine the creative team involved dropping the ball.

Aaaand, that's it.
Summer 2017 starts with "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2".
See you then!

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

The big winter movie recap. Part 2.


The big winter movie recap. Part 1.

Now, the movies...

1. Logan.

Like I said in the review, the summer superhero movies are gonna have to be absolutely fucking incredible to knock this off its perch.

2. Rogue One (First, second).

Just shows how goddamned good "Logan", was  that this one didn't get the number 1.
If this is just the taste of how good the anthology films can be, I'm giddy as shit for the Han Solo prequel.

3. Lego Batman.

Might just be my favorite Batman movie.
As a spoof movie, this is up there with "Airplane", and "Spaceballs".
It's the "Spaceballs", of Batman.
It's Batballs.

4. Doctor Strange (First, second).

One of my favorite standalone Marvel character films ever.
The Captain America sequels are really mini Avengers movies, so....its real competition is Ant-Man, and Iron Man 1.
Yeah, three-way tied with Ant-Man and Iron Man.

5. Ash vs Evil Dead (Premiere, series recap).

This season was glorious.
Let's hope they can maintain the upward trajectory next year.
Fingers crossed for a crossover with the remake.

6. Justice League Dark.

Pretty fucking sweet. Now let's get it in live-action.
Chop-chop, Warner Bros.

7. Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders.

Gotta get this and Lego Batman into my collection for the double feature!

8. Ghostbusters 101.

Too early into the series to judge so far.
Like what I'm seeing, but not much has happened yet.
Get back to me in six months.

So, that's winter of 2016-2017.

Next comes "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2", and we're back to summer again.

Up next for these, the year round recap lumping this, and summer 2016 together.
Stay tuned!

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Big Winter Movies Part 2. (Part 0.77).

And lastly, wrapping up winter, this one.....

Ghostbusters 101 (2017)

Previously with this franchise....

Answer The Call-

Buildup to 101-

All righty, this will be like my "Ash vs Evil Dead", episode reviews.
I'll review the individual issues down in comments, then do a  compilation later.

So, jump down to comments for issue 1.

Next up, big winter recap!!

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Big Winter Movies Part 2. (Part 7).

And finally, after much delay by weather and bullshit, it's.....

Logan (2017)

Previously with this franchise...

  • Fucking WOW.
  • The best of the 3 Wolverine spinoffs sweatlessly. It didn't have to leap high to get over those. 
  • The best X-Men film? Sss...I dunno...hmm....yeah. Yeah, it's a smaller film than the big CG fests, but story and character wise, fuck yeah.
  • One of the best superhero movies ever? Hmm...yep. Yeah, easily right up there in the upper echelon with "The Dark Knight", and "Winter Soldier".
  • This is the Wolverine we always wanted to see, and that Jackman always wanted to play. This is what you've been waiting for. 
  • If we lived in my perfect dream world, this deserves a stack of Oscars. One for Jackman, one for Stewart, one for the movie itself. I'm not optimistic about the Academy's tastes, never know, Heath Ledger got one for "Dark Knight". We'll see. If it gets snubbed, 2017's Oscar-bait movies had better be absolutely fucking incredible. 
  • I can't think of any nitpicks. This thing is perfect as far as I measure things. 
  • 10 out of 10 for me. 
  • I know it's some critic superstition you're supposed to save that 10 for like, if aliens arrive on the White House lawn, and holo-project the movie so good that it kills you, but...fuck that chickenshit bullshit, 10. 10 muthafuckas. 10!!!
  • The rest of the superhero movies for this summer will have to be pretty damned fantastical to knock this off its perch. The bar has been set. We'll see. 

So, yeah, go see it.

Up next, to kill off winter once and for all, Ghostbusters 101*.

(*Yeah, it's a comic instead of a movie, but it's movie connected, part of canon cuz Ivan Reitman says so, and the only direct "Answer The Call", sequel we'll probably get)

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