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Bunker, (AKA Matthew Aaron Bunker) world unknown humorist, unpublished author of the nonexistent novel Memoirs of a Moron by Marty Hister, and Best Boy Electrician on such films as A Bit of Bad Luck, Cement Suitcase, and Brightwood. Follow my latest project...
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Bunker, (AKA Matthew Aaron Bunker) world unknown humorist, unpublished author of the nonexistent novel Memoirs of a Moron by Marty Hister, and Best Boy Electrician on such films as A Bit of Bad Luck, Cement Suitcase, and Brightwood. Follow my latest project at http://thewickerbreaker.com/about-365-days-of-resolution/ where I will be making one resolution a day for an entire year then give myself a year to complete said resolution. What makes me think that I can follow through with this to the end? Last year I started this project http://thewickerbreaker.com/area-52-southland-tales/ where I decided I would watch the same movie once a week for an entire year and write a brand new review after viewing. I've got a month left and have yet to miss a single deadline. Wish me luck!!!
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Reviews by BUNKER 162
A review of Paul-pulation Bombby BUNKER on 06/30/2014Well, I read the title when I read the story last night, I just didn't think much of it until right now when it registered what it actually says and how it relates to the story. Speaking of the story, I'm a fan of the style, writing and overall tale. The only suggestions that I would make is the use of the cancer early in the story. I feel the story would be much stronger... read
A review of The Fixby BUNKER on 06/28/2014First off I have to say this is a well written script. I can almost feel the writerís love of the sport of baseball and passion to tell this story. I liked the quick sidebar following the mysterious introduction that gives us a quick look into Jackís backstory. I love the reason why this measly sum of money meant so much to this millionaire, this secret stash of freedom thatís... read
A review of April Dreamsby BUNKER on 02/18/2014I really liked the concept of this story. For the most part I thought it was well shot, the acting was a little iffy at times, but all and all this was a good piece. My only real issue is that I would have rather of had to discover the story and not have it spelt out for me. I like the question of who's actually dreaming of who, or are these two sharing a dream, but it lost... read