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Cheapskate Reviews Sabaka

There was once a time when it wasn’t easy to see what other parts of the world looked like.

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Cheapskate Reviews The Devil’s Cavaliers

Those of you who have followed my work for a while may have picked up on one of my habits.

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Cheapskate Reviews Everlasting Summer

Having hit some serious writer’s block in my last two attempts to review a movie, I thought I’d try something different.

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Cheapskate Reviews Trader Tales: Quarter Share and Half Share

I’ve been playing a lot of Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, and as a consequence, I’ve been thinking a lot about the world of the space trader.

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Cheapskate: Sydney Sci-Fi Film Festival Report

One of the benefits of being cheap in real life is that now and then, I get to take a nice vacation.

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Cheapskate Reviews: Spider Baby

Houses are a metaphor for the people who live in them.

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Cheapskate Reviews: The Belly Dancer and the Politician

Egypt! It’s the home of pharaohs, mummies, pyramids, scarabs, sphinxes, cartouches, hieroglyphics, reed boats, jackal-headed gods, and—oh, yeah—also some stuff that’s happened within the last 3,000 years.

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Cheapskate Reviews: Mayday at 40,000 Feet!

The ensemble disaster flick about airplane passengers is nearly as old as commercial aviation: Paramount released 13 Hours by Air in 1936. But the genre really took off (sorry) with 1970’s Airport, which was a huge hit and even pulled in some Oscar nominations.

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Cheapskate Reviews: The Bacchantes

It’s about time I reviewed something a little classy, don’t you think?

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Cheapskate Reviews: Liberal Crime Squad

It’s a leap year, which means it’s time for a presidential election here in the U.S. of A., and this year has seen extraordinary voter turnout in the primaries.

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