Articles by Gabriel Garza

The Culpepper Cattle Co.

June 13, 2006 // 0 Comments

"The Culpepper Cattle Co." is a coming of age tale set against the backdrop of the Old West and concerns Ben Mockridge (Gary Grimes), a teenager who dreams of being a cowboy. Searching for adventure, with a newly bought holster and six-shooter [...]

Case Closed: In Hot Pursuit

June 8, 2006 // 0 Comments

The long running Japanese anime series, "Detective Conan" (renamed "Case Closed" in the United States), centers around the exploits of young supersleuth Jimmy Kudo who, after witnessing a criminal act, is administered a strange poison [...]

Wrestlemania 22

June 7, 2006 // 0 Comments

Way back in the Paleolithic era, you know, the early to mid-1980's, I grew up watching wrestlers like Hulk Hogan, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, The Junkyard Dog and a host of other greasy, oiled-up, muscular dudes who always somehow managed to [...]


June 1, 2006 // 0 Comments

Based on the videogame of the same name, "BloodRayne" is another cinematic atrocity from the director who gave us "House of the Dead" and "Alone in the Dark." Uwe Boll continues to desecrate the artistry of filmmaking with a [...]

Amazon Jail

May 30, 2006 // 0 Comments

Exploitation films are tricky beasts. By design, they prey on our basest interests, offering up copious amounts of salacious material. Sometimes the sheer boldness of the scenarios can be compelling and we can cast aside the faults and limitations that [...]


May 24, 2006 // 0 Comments

David Lynch, that purveyor of cinematic weirdness ("Mulholland Drive, " "Lost Highway," "Twin Peaks") unleashes yet another artistic conundrum that will cause audiences to scratch their heads. "Dumbland" originated [...]

Boston Legal: Season One

May 22, 2006 // 0 Comments

Talented producer, writer and creator David E. Kelley ("Chicago Hope, " "Picket Fences," Ally McBeal") presents a spin-off from his former hit television show, "The Practice." Revolving around the happenings at the law [...]

The Ringer

May 11, 2006 // 0 Comments

Johnny Knoxville portrays Steve Barker, a placid company drone (his athletic and acting days long behind him) who wishes for career advancement. His boss eventually relents and gives Steve a job firing people. Being the good guy he is, Steve struggles [...]

Mirror Mask

May 3, 2006 // 0 Comments

Helena Campbell performs in a juggling act in her parent's traveling circus. Like many youngsters, she suffers from the requisite teen angst which alienates her from the outside world and causes friction between her and her Mother. One night during a [...]
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