Queue Total

284 MOVIES (released titles only)

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Queue Numbers

#50- Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

#100- Black Swan

#200- Mysteries of Lisbon

Last- Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Friday, March 9, 2012


Priest (2011)

Writer: Cory Goodman (screenplay) Min-Woo Hyung (graphic novel)
Director: Scott Stewart
Starring: Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q, Karl Urban

priests fight vampires. a priest's family member is kidnapped by vampires. he must save her. it's futuristic/western. there's cities and trains.

The Woman
holy flying crap monkeys! this was indescribably tardo on so many levels. i laughed throughout. it just kept giving and giving, just like priests are supposed to. it was almost like watching someone take a dump the size of the vatican on the vatican. anything that mocks catholics, purposefully or not, i can get behind. i almost turned this movie off a couple of times. it didn't meet my requirements for the queue, the beginning animated back story thing had so many plot holes, but i watched this ridiculousness anyway so i thought i would share. so bad. so painful. and yet it made me giggle and smile during my eye rolls. then i started thinking that i should maybe turn it off to include my dearest in this debacle, but we've been having such a hard time watching the stuff actually in our queue i marched on alone. you should be sorry, my poopies, you missed out.


  1. I love vampire movies, so when this one came out, I put it right at the top. I nearly turned it off part way through it was so bad. I'm pretty tolerant of vampire movies because there's just not enough time in the day to watch enough of them, but yeah.. this was pretty awful

  2. the reaction to that last explosion really just sent me over the edge. it horrendousness is still making me smile with raised eyebrows. a production company actually released this movie into theaters.