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Zoey 101's Dustin Is All Grown Up and Good-Looking: See What He Looks Like Today!

Zoey 101's Dustin Is All Grown Up and Good-Looking: See What He Looks Like Today!
Oh brother! Anyone else down for another reminder that you are getting old? Ok good, because Zoey's (Jamie Lynn Spears) little brother Dustin (Paul Butcher) from the Nickelodeon hit  series Zoey 101? He's all grown-up. And pretty good-looking. Which is making us feel all kinds of conflicted and weird. Ok, calm down, he's 21 years old now. We're allowed to say his face doesn't offend our eyes.  And Butcher, who is also a musician, is loving  the nostalgia-fueled attention he's been receiving, tweeting that he's more than down for a Zoey 101 revival focused on his character. "Who's up for Dustin 101?," he asked his followers, tagging series creator Dan...
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Reeker (2005) review

Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Reeker (2005)

Directed By: Dave Payne

Written By: Dave Payne

Starring: Devon Gummersall (Jack), Derek Richardson (Nelson), Tina Illman (Gretchen), Scott Whyte (Trip), Arielle Kebbel (Cookie), Michael Ironside (Henry), Eric Mabius (Radford), Marcia Strassman (Rose), David Hadinger (The Reeker), Les Jankey (Trucker), Carole Ruggier (Mom), Paul Butcher (Kid), Stephen Ziotnick (Officer Ben), Christopher Boyer (Officer Mansfield), Wesley Thompson (Officer Taylor)

Reeker” is an interesting take on a slasher film. The decade of the slasher has long past so most films that take on that sub-genre are repetitions of previous movies that many of us have long watched. I was impressed that “Reeker” took a formula that has been beaten to death and added a nice twist to it.

Reeker” centers on a bunch of young adults stranded in a desert rest stop only to be soon attacked by a mysterious creature while they are all having visions.
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Blu-ray Review - My Neighbour Totoro (1988)

My Neighbour Totoro (Japanese: Tonari no Totoro), 1988.

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

Featuring the voice talents of Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning, Tim Daly, Lea Salonga, Frank Welker, Pat Carroll and Paul Butcher.

Synopsis:

Two young girls move to the countryside with their father where they discover friendly spirits living in the forest surrounding their house.

Type 'totoro merchandise' into Google and you'll uncover an abundance of toys, bags, mugs, costumes and hats all branded with the furry creature's face. Spirited Away may be credited with sparking Ghibli fever worldwide, but it's the cuddly Totoro who has truly curled up and left his mark in our hearts. The lovable Miyazaki character has transcended his neighbour role to become a cult figure, cropping up everywhere from hipster jewellery to a cameo in Toy Story 3.

Gorgeous, hand drawn animation has come to be expected of Hayao Miyazaki, and My Neighbour Totoro's storybook aesthetic doesn't disappoint.
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365 Days, 100 Films #24 - My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

My Neighbor Totoro, 1988.

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

Featuring the voice talents of Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning, Tim Daly, Lea Salonga, Frank Welker, Pat Carroll and Paul Butcher.

Synopsis:

In post-war Japan two young sisters move to the countryside and discover a forest inhabited by magical spirits known as Totoros.

Remember when you were a kid and everything was massive? Cynicism barely existed back then. You could genuinely believe that a ‘People’s Elbow’ was the most devastating move in all of sports entertainment when really it was just The Rock doing an elbow drop. You could sit for hours in your bedroom plotting out mass, universe-wide battles pitting a Boba Fett action figure against an evil army of Lego drones. Some stories would span across many planets from under the stairs to the back of the garden. Christmas was great not just for the presents, but also because there was
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