In Print

Some PDFs of Reviewer Magazine, as a free published newspaper-magazine (R.I.P.), in print:

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#49,

#48,

#47,

#46,

#45,

#44,

#43,

#42,

#41

#40,

#39,

#38

 

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R.I.P. Filmmaker Bruce Brown

[dig a hole]

Filmmaker Bruce Brown

A legendary Independent Film Maker has died

by Reviewer Rob

According to a post first seen last night on The Intertia and this afternoon being reported everywhere, the filmmaker who gave us Endless Summer and the motocross flick On Any Sunday has died. I met Bruce Brown at the Action Sports Retailer show […]

Hannah Haddix Magyk Tutorial

Hannah Haddix, in the back of the Reviewervan preparing to go into a Victoria’s Secret for a shoot.

[Alternative Education]

Magic Mystic Maiden
sex magic instruction along the coast highway
“There is no art without magic, and there is no magic without art.”

story and Reviewer TV video by Reviewer Rob

As you may know by now, dear reader, I […]

photolog: two cellphone videos from Pappy & Harriet's

Two Cellphone Videos From Pioneertown’s Epic ‘Burrito-Biker Bar’

by Reviewer Rob

Pioneertwon, California, is a unique place. Founded in 1946 by Hollywood actors like Roy Rogers and Tom Mix and intended to be a working film set that recreates an authentic 1880’s Western frontier town, it has a community that has built up around it of citizens […]

More Fiction Than Fact: THE REVENANT

movie review: THE REVENANT

by Reviewer Rob

So I saw The Revenant tonight. I had to go to a later show than I’d planned on because when I got there for the 7:15 p.m. show at AMC Fashion Valley it was sold out. This movie is going to gross high.

And speaking of gross: it’s a doozy that […]

new movie review: In The Heart Of The Sea

[Blockbuster review]

movie review: In The Heart Of The Sea

by Bob Yunger

Heart Of The Sea, big screen movie in 3D, directed by Ron Howard. I love movies based on real events, and this is a great movie, with maybe instant classic status. But it could have been more specific about the cannibalism the survivors of […]