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Saturday, March 2, 2013

THE DAHL HAUS PRESENTS: MEN GETTING MEN





























































 Part of a man's allure is wanting to see him get the shit fucked out of him. ¿Can any of these men help with that fantasy?

THROW BACK VIDEO: WATER RUNS DRY



"Water Runs Dry" is a 1995 single by Boyz II Men for the Motown label, written and produced by Babyface.[1] The single, number four from the album II, reached number 2 in the United States, and number 24 in the UK.[2][3] It also contains a version of the group's previous number one hit from the same album, I'll Make Love To You.

THIS WEEKEND'S BOX-OFFICE: 3/1/2013


The films opening this weekend as March kicks off and tries to recover from a slow February. Jack the Giant Slayer is considered the favorite to win the weekend, but 21 and Over may have some surprise potential,  The Last Exorcism Part II also debuts.

Jack the Giant Slayer


PROS:


- Bryan Singer's name has been attached to a number of high profile films in the past such as the X-Men films, Superman Returns, and his last directorial effort, Valkyrie.
- The ensemble cast provides some recognizable names and faces for the general audience.
- The lack of family movies in the market could draw that crowd out to theaters.
- The well-known fairy tale gives it a sort of brand name.

CONS:

- Singer's name is more well-known among genre fans than general audiences.
- Last year's John Carter proved that families won't go for just anything, and many of them may be waiting for next week's Oz: The Great and Powerful.

21 and Over


PROS:


- The older teen/young adult audience may be looking for a new comedy with Identity Thief having been out for awhile now.
- Similarly-themed Project X performed quite well during the same weekend last year.

CONS:


- With no star names and an R-rating, the upfront audience could be limited.

The Last Exorcism Part II


PROS:


- Horror films have a strong track record in recent years.

CONS:


- The first film isn't very well-remembered, and horror sequels don't have as strong of a track record.


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