Articles by: JaymeKarales
Jayme Karales is the author of numerous short stories, essays, and poems. His writing has been published by UnHollywood, Before Sunrise Press, Underground Books, Miracle E-zine, Nostrovia! Poetry, Your Daily Subvert, and Flash Fiction 365. His debut novel Disorderly was released by Before Sunrise Press. He lives in Boston.

How to Reboot the Iron Man Franchise

August 28, 2013 12:23 pm0 comments
How to Reboot the Iron Man Franchise

As we all (unfortunately) know firsthand, all good things must come to an end. In a decent amount of time, such will ring true to the Iron Man franchise as we know it. Star Robert Downey Jr. will eventually have to pass the mantle down to someone less adequate for the role. […]

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The Most Polarizing Film of the Year: Only God Forgives

July 20, 2013 11:15 am0 comments
The Most Polarizing Film of the Year: Only God Forgives

Only God Forgives (2013) I literally just finished watching Only God Forgives and there are no words I can think of in the English language that can describe the experience I had while watching it. It left me discombobulated. On top of that, I’m actually watching it right now, as I type […]

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Don’t Be a Dick: Give Green Lantern a 2nd Chance

June 20, 2013 6:18 pm1 comment
Don’t Be a Dick: Give Green Lantern a 2nd Chance

Green Lantern (2011) Review By Jayme K. It’s been a while since Martin Campbell’s Green Lantern hit theatre screens and has also actually been some time since I bought the Blu-ray blindly, being a DC fan boy and all. Green Lantern is one of those films that I’ve thrown on the television a number of […]

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Make Your Child Watch Spring Breakers

June 13, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
Make Your Child Watch Spring Breakers

With Spring Breakers ready to be released on Blu-Ray in over a month, I thought I’d share my thoughts on the subversive hit. When I initially heard about Spring Breakers, I was immediately sold on the concept of a movie involving Disney Channel girls wearing bikinis and doing devious acts […]

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