Author Archive: Shannon Huebscher

Shannon Huebscher is a copywriter and freelance writer living in Minneapolis, MN.

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When In Rome

When In Rome

| June 3, 2010

One would think a movie that stars the likes of Kristen Bell, Will Arnett, Jon Heder, Danny DeVito and the incredible Anjelica Huston, would be one heck of a film. Unfortunately for movie-goers, When In Rome is lackluster to say the least. It is formulaic to exhaustion – how many times are we going to […]

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David Cross: Bigger and Blackerer

David Cross: Bigger and Blackerer

| May 17, 2010

Comedian David Cross, known by many for his portrayal of Tobias Fünke on Arrested Development and for his work with fellow comedian Bob Odenkirk, stars in his new stand-up DVD filmed at the Wilbur Theater in Boston, MA. Bigger and Blackerer offers over an hour and half of Cross’ material, compiled from two back-to-back shows […]

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Fallen

Fallen

| May 15, 2010

With the recent popularity of the Twilight series, the DVD release of Fallen is likely to attract attention of those within the same audience. Although Fallen doesn’t have any vampires like Twilight offers, there is the element of the supernatural, a love story, and a very attractive lead character who, coincidentally, portrays a vampire in […]

I Am an Animal

I Am an Animal

| November 10, 2007

In order to remain as professional as possible, I must fully disclose something before you continue reading my review: I am, and have always been, a total animal lover. I have been a vegetarian for over five years, donate my money and whenever possible, my time, to animal-related causes, and love and adore any animal […]

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Run Granny Run

Run Granny Run

| October 10, 2007

Whenever the concept of a hero used to cross my mind, the image of a veteran, or a fire fighter, or even a fictionalized character like Superman would immediately pop into my head. And not to say that these figures are no longer brave or valiant nor worthy of their heroic imagery, but rather that […]

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Saved

Saved

| June 9, 2006

When I hear about a new drama starting on television, I always have high hopes that it’s going to be a refreshingly new and original concept instead of just a copy of other successful shows. Unfortunately, the new drama “Saved” on TNT is really a conglomerate of a few shows, namely “ER”. That isn’t to […]