Obi-Wan Kenobi holds his blue lightsaber.

Obi Wan Kenobi Episode VI Spoiler Review

Obi-Wan Kenobi has truly taken steps into a larger world; closure. It has been quite the treat for me to experience the next chapter in the journey of the Jedi … Continue reading Obi Wan Kenobi Episode VI Spoiler Review

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The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

I am shook. 10 years ago this film was released and 15 years ago, I got to see The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe; the book I read in 5th … Continue reading The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

Sometimes They Come Back Review: The three greasers stand next to their awesome car in the flames of Hell.

Revenge is a Dish Best Served Dead: Sometimes They Come Back Review

Sometimes They Come Back is the type of movie I describe as a comfort horror movie. It’s not too scary, it’s a made-for-tv film, with a high school teacher as … Continue reading Revenge is a Dish Best Served Dead: Sometimes They Come Back Review

Power Rangers 2017

Power Rangers (2017): Five Years Later

GO GO POWER RANGERS The Legacy Continues!!! Power Rangers started as Japanese television series back in the 80s and then thanks to the innovation of Haim Saban and Shuki Levy, … Continue reading Power Rangers (2017): Five Years Later

The Hunger Games 2012 Film Adaptation: 10 Years Later

I can’t believe that it’s been ten years since the film adaptation of The Hunger Games came out. Time sure does fly for a cultural phenomenon. My sister had been … Continue reading The Hunger Games 2012 Film Adaptation: 10 Years Later

A werewolf howls at the moon.

American Werewolves: Horror Documentary Review

Werewolves are among the most iconic monsters of popular culture, who’ve terrified and enthralled audiences for generations as we try to piece together a realistic portrait of the creatures from legends … Continue reading American Werewolves: Horror Documentary Review

Obi-Wan Kenobi Episode IV: Kenobi walks through the sands of Tatooine.

Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi- Episode IV Spoiler Review

Episode IV of Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi is now streaming on Disney+. Here’s our spoiler-filled review and discussion of the episode. Dumo’s Thoughts and Musings Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) is … Continue reading Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi- Episode IV Spoiler Review

Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi Episode III Spoiler Review

Episode III of Obi-Wan Kenobi is now streaming on Disney+. Here’s our spoiler-filled review and discussion of the episode. Dumo’s Thoughts and Musings Reva seems to be riding high after … Continue reading Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi Episode III Spoiler Review

Heartstopper: Nick and Charlie gaze lovingly at eachother.

What Makes A Successful Book Adaptation

I am sure many of you will agree that it feels good when you read and finish an amazing book. I equate that to Rocky Balboa reaching the steps of … Continue reading What Makes A Successful Book Adaptation

Clash of the Titans: Zeus, Hades, and an army of monsters on the poster.

Revisiting Remakes: Clash of the Titans (2010) Movie Review

Clash of the Titans might be my favorite remake since The Mummy. I remember watching the trailer for the 2010 film on repeat. It had a mix of hard rock to evoke … Continue reading Revisiting Remakes: Clash of the Titans (2010) Movie Review

Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

Where were you the day Superman died? Superman Doomsday details the gruesome fight between two DC giants. One is a pillar of hope and justice while the other is hell … Continue reading Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

The poster of the 2006 Christmas film, Unaccompanied Minors.

Unaccompanied Minors-15 Years Later

It’s Christmas in May! I am glad the CW hit show Everybody Hates Chris was around when Unaccompanied Minors released in December, 2006. I might not have cared about watching … Continue reading Unaccompanied Minors-15 Years Later

Batman and Mr. Freeze: SubZero Review

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm explores the tragedy and isolation of Bruce Wayne, but Batman and Mr. Freeze: SubZero, its 1998 direct-to-video sequel, explores grief and loss differently and pushes Mr. Freeze … Continue reading Batman and Mr. Freeze: SubZero Review

Shin Godzilla.

Godzilla vs. The Bureaucrats: Shin Godzilla Review

Godzilla’s original debut was frightening; his cloud-shaped head loomed over the fleeing villagers of Odo Island in 1954’s Gojira, a dark and depressing film that made the sacred beast of the … Continue reading Godzilla vs. The Bureaucrats: Shin Godzilla Review

Emperor Kuzco striking a pose.

What Emperor Kuzco Has in Common With Thor…and Lightning McQueen?

It sounds a little far-fetched. It seems outlandish. How would an Incan emperor, a Norse demigod, and a hotshot racing superstar have anything in common except all of them being … Continue reading What Emperor Kuzco Has in Common With Thor…and Lightning McQueen?

Marvel-Endgame

Marvel Theories and Lightbulbs Post-Endgame

After watching the Marvel movies countless times, you begin to realize certain moments you missed: easter eggs, fun facts, and more. But the best part is when certain characters you … Continue reading Marvel Theories and Lightbulbs Post-Endgame

Apple TV's Servant.

M. Night Shyamalan: An Unexpected Yet True Underdog

Over the past ten years, M. Night Shyamalan managed to make one of the worst-reviewed films in 2010 and collaborated with Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith for a … Continue reading M. Night Shyamalan: An Unexpected Yet True Underdog

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The Last Airbender Film Retrospective

On July 1, 2010, The Last Airbender burst into theaters. Over the years, I have brought up the film in conversation, and people’s eyes roll in either anger, sadness, disdain, disgust, evil … Continue reading The Last Airbender Film Retrospective

The large cast of Night at the Museum films.

Shawn Levy: A Captivating Creative

If the filmmaker bug was an energy drink or the energizer bunny, Shawn Levy, at a young age, was miraculously bitten by it and drank it all the way to … Continue reading Shawn Levy: A Captivating Creative

Hero Boy stands outside of the Polar Express.

The Polar Express- A Timeless Classic

Chris Van Allsburg is a literary genius. If I were to give a TED talk explaining who this author is, I might be successful in convincing the masses of this … Continue reading The Polar Express- A Timeless Classic

Buddy stands in front of a shop sign in the film Elf.

ELF Film Review- A Marvelous and Magical Christmas Tale

I believe I discovered this film when it was playing on television. I was blown away by Will Ferrell’s charm and the amount of Christmas cheer the film had to … Continue reading ELF Film Review- A Marvelous and Magical Christmas Tale

Film poster for Arthur Christmas.

Arthur Christmas Film Retrospective- Ancient Christmas Secrets Revealed

As a young child, I was not alone in believing the legend of Santa Claus. He was larger than life and exuded much joy and happiness. However, some of the … Continue reading Arthur Christmas Film Retrospective- Ancient Christmas Secrets Revealed

Straight Out of Home Video Podcast Episode: A Very Merry Pooh Year

It’s a time of celebration in the 100 Acre Wood! Mack joins Candace from the Straight Out of Home Video podcast to discuss A Very Mery Pooh Year and their … Continue reading Straight Out of Home Video Podcast Episode: A Very Merry Pooh Year

Paranormal Activity: An Immersive Experience

Paranormal Activity is unlike anything I have seen. During my first year in college, this film was all the rage. I remember seeing commercials of people reacting to this movie in … Continue reading Paranormal Activity: An Immersive Experience

Stay Alive-A Cautionary Tale

Malcolm in the Middle was one of the many staples of my childhood. Its whimsey and humor brought heart and levity to many households in the early 2000s. I got … Continue reading Stay Alive-A Cautionary Tale

The Mist 2007 movie poster.

The Mist 2007 Film Review: A Page from Stephen King’s Pandora’s Box

I became aware of The Mist thanks to actor, musician, and part-time Sith Sam Witwer in 2008, which was a great year for Witwer since he played Davis Bloome, aka Doomsday, in … Continue reading The Mist 2007 Film Review: A Page from Stephen King’s Pandora’s Box

The poster from the 1977 horror film Suspiria.

Volktales – A Tale of Two Suspirias

By Guest Writer Alan Holmes “Three Mothers, lost to time, predating all Christian invention. Pre-God, pre-Devil; Mother Tenebrarum, Mother Lachrymarum, and Mother Suspiriorum: tears, darkness, and sighs.” Such are the … Continue reading Volktales – A Tale of Two Suspirias

Michael Myers holds a butcher knife.

Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

SPOILERS FOR HALLOWEEN KILLS When you get down to it, Michael Myers is a homebody. The same thing tying Jason Voorhees to Camp Crystal Lake and Freddy Krueger to the … Continue reading Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

The Mummy: A Successful Remake

I always wondered over the years if The Mummy was considered a pure horror film. The 1932 classic starring Boris Karloff was considered horror. Even my local library identifies the 1999 blockbuster … Continue reading The Mummy: A Successful Remake

The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe

I must confess I am late to the James Wan train–at least, in terms of his ties to the horror genre. I admired how he added something so special to … Continue reading The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe

Halloween Kills Final Trailer Reveals Fate of Marion Chambers

The final trailer for Halloween Kills was recently released, and throughout its intense 2-minute run-time, it revealed the bloody fate of a character audiences met in the original Halloween film … Continue reading Halloween Kills Final Trailer Reveals Fate of Marion Chambers

Get Out: As Art Reflects Life

I have to tip my hat to Jordan Peele (Key and Peele), who starred in iconic comedic shows with an explosive fan base. But he has my eternal admiration for … Continue reading Get Out: As Art Reflects Life

Kevin Smith- A View Askewniverse Retrospective

I first became aware of Kevin Smith thanks to my love for the hit Canadian soap opera Degrassi: The Next Generation. He gave some great advice to a character, and … Continue reading Kevin Smith- A View Askewniverse Retrospective

Mickey and the gang square off against some of Disney's baddest villains.

Top Five Underrated Disney Songs

Ranking Disney songs is no easy task, especially when the competition includes “Circle of Life,” “Let it Go,” and “Part of Your World.” Music is a quintessential element of the … Continue reading Top Five Underrated Disney Songs

Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa in Ryan Coogler's 2018 film, Black Panther.

Ryan Coogler- A Cinematic Visionary

One of the prompts asked by the Ladies Night segment of the Collider Movie News on YouTube is one I’m quite fond of: Name someone who is changing the industry … Continue reading Ryan Coogler- A Cinematic Visionary

Jon Favreau–The Architect of Wonder

It is one thing when you have successfully made a living as an actor. But to have the foresight to dip your toe into directing, producing, and writing, there is … Continue reading Jon Favreau–The Architect of Wonder