The Fall – TV Series

I’ve had this series queued up on my Netflix lineup for awhile, mostly because I’m a huge fan girl of Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully FOEVAH) and I love dark crime series. Mr. RD and I have thoroughly enjoyed dark UK crime shows in the past (Wire in the Blood, Sherlock, etc.), and this looked promising. […]

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Prometheus, dir by Ridley Scott

Redonk Nutshell: Following prehistoric clues, scientists trek to the middle of nowhere-space to discover our primordial ancestors were a bunch of assholes This review contains spoilers – continue at your own risk! I hadn’t realized I was a fan of the Alien franchise until a few weeks ago when I recalled watching the 3rd and […]

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Raunchy’s Round Up

Hello Raunchers. Happy Post VD!  Er…Valentine’s Day. It’s been quieter than usual here at The Raunch Dilettante.  Mind you, there’s been lots of reading (and listening…) going on behind the scenes. I have some reviews coming up for future releases, some really great books that I’m excited to share.  In the meantime, here’s what I’ve […]

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Week Wrap Up May 20

  The Ambiguously Gay Duo, LIVE ACTION edition [dListed] I’ve always thought the Robert Smigel cartoon The Ambiguously Gay Duo was downright hilarious (and disturbing).  An SNL classic.  Well, they took it up another notch on this past weekend’s edition.  Holy. Crap.         A Proposal of Epic Proportions [reddit] I thought this […]

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Week Wrap Up May 13th

Bluegrass Prodigies [TDW]: I’ll excuse the serious redneckery that’s going on here (camo, stuffed fox, log cabin furniture) because of the kickass wonderment that is three young kids being BOSSES of bluegrass.   A Starry Night…for Breakfast [instructables]  Because why not?               Ivory Soap, Meet Mr. Microwave [DoobyBrain] This […]

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Sherlock, BBC One

Title: Sherlock Creators: Steven Moffat & Mark Gatiss Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) and Martin Freeman (John Watson) Find it on: BBC One or PBS (America) I was recently thinking about villains.  I love a good villain.  When I say a good villain, I mean a character so depraved and complex that I crave to see […]

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