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

Terra Nova Season 1 poster.

Terra Nova- Ten Years Later

Terra Nova is a science fiction drama television series that premiered in September 2011 and ran for one season. The legendary Steven Spielberg was attached to this show, Falling Skies, … Continue reading Terra Nova- Ten Years Later

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Falling Skies- Ten Years Later

Believe it or not—Falling Skies, a post-apocalyptic television series created by Robert Rodat, is ten years old. The series paid homage to the great sci-fi works that came before while … Continue reading Falling Skies- Ten Years Later

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

Teen Wolf: Ten Years Later

It always a nice thing when someone recommends a show to watch. Naturally, I am intrigued, but at the same time, I am not sure if the show is really … Continue reading Teen Wolf: Ten Years Later

10 Years Later: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

I say this a lot, but it honestly blows my mind that it’s been a decade since Transformers: Dark of the Moon arrived in theaters. When I watched the blockbuster … Continue reading 10 Years Later: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Cowboys and Aliens- 10 Years Later

When a movie starring the woman from Tron Legacy and the O.C., the man who flew the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs, and the man who likes his … Continue reading Cowboys and Aliens- 10 Years Later

Women Warriors and the (Unfortunate) Male Gaze

The male gaze has once again made its presence known in Hollywood, though is anyone really surprised? For all the films boasting strong female leads, there are a slew of … Continue reading Women Warriors and the (Unfortunate) Male Gaze

GATTACA and Genetically Enhanced Humans: Fact or Fiction?

Published on Front Line Genomics: http://www.frontlinegenomics.com/blog/11167/gattaca-genetically-enhanced-humans-fact-fiction/ The ability to alter a human genome to influence eye color, height and strength was a major plot point in the 1997 science fiction film, … Continue reading GATTACA and Genetically Enhanced Humans: Fact or Fiction?

When Non-Political TV Shows Tackle Politics

This evening I was catching up on one of my favorite television shows, Arrow, and just finished an episode which dealt with the aftermath of a mass shooting and touchy subject of gun control. Arrow, which is currently in its fifth season, is a modern take on DC’s Green Arrow, and tells the story of a rich playboy, Oliver Queen, who, after five years of being stranded on an island, returns home to Star City to fight crime with a bow and arrows.

Star Trek: The New Frontier: Spaceships, Nebulas, and Inclusion

Everyone in our society is familiar in some way with Star Trek, a franchise that has become a staple in popular culture and that has “warped” its way into the … Continue reading Star Trek: The New Frontier: Spaceships, Nebulas, and Inclusion