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      When did we stop making movies about dinosaurs coming back to life? That used to pass for a scary movie. Dinosaurs coming at you used to be the most frightening thing you could think of. Even the little dinosaurs would mess you up. You couldn't trust any of them. Well, supposedly you could trust the herbivore ones but who could be sure? What you can be sure of is if you have a movie with fast-moving zombies, not just fast, but 2016 Rio Olympic runner fast, that you are going want those simpler times when all you had to worry about was the occasional T-Rex.


      We could write a bunch of Lord of the Rings jokes about Frodo going crazy but that's pretty weak. We respect our readers too much to sink to that level. We could make some Willard jokes? No? Ok, have it your way. Maniac is a remake of an 80's horror movie of the same name. Word on the street, is that the original is still better and the best parts of this movie are right here in the trailer.



      This is going to be predictable for the most part, it will be silly, it will be stupid, it will be sort of funny, but what do you expect from a movie that has to appeal to little kids and adults? There will be something in it for everyone. The only hope you had to have your mind blown is if you found out that Quentin Tarantino directed this Pixar film, and sadly, he did not. But what if? How crazy would that have been. Let's all just sit back and imagine what a Pixar X Tarantino film would be.


      This is Pride Month. And we hope you'll agree to recognize it. For those of you that don't understand why "they" get a month to themselves, well, you're missing the point entirely. You really don't want to get your own month (this is for those of you already thinking there should be a "straight" month.) To get your own month means that the prevailing history of your "people", for lack of a better word, has been nothing but hardships, struggles and persecution. Now think to yourself, does that sound like something you have endured? Did you wake up this morning scared that your family might turn their back on you if they found out you were straight? Or that you could be beat up or killed if someone maybe just thought you might be straight? No you didn't, because you've never experienced what LGBT people have gone through and continue to deal with. 

      So this is their month, their time to talk. It's not about celebrations and parties (ok, maybe a little bit). This is their moment to stand up, and help the masses understand and think about what other people's lives are like.

      Maybe sometime soon they won't have Pride Month, because it will no longer be an issue. Someone being gay won't be news and we can get together as a nation and focus on real problems like...Gingers.