Kung Fury (2015 Short Film) – Anniversary Review

It's hard to believe that it's already been a year since we were graced with the awesome pecs of Kung Fury. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter...

Black Mirror Episode 1 Retro: Yep, The Pig Episode

Immediate full disclosure: Black Mirror is one of my favorite shows of all time. I said it in our season 3 trailer article, and I mean it....

District 9 (2009): Science Fiction and Social Commentary

Throughout my dedicated years as a cinephile, I've found that the greatest versions of fiction walk hand-in-hand with reality- particularly within the science fiction...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Heisei era

If you haven't had a chance to read our brief rundown of the original Showa era of Godzilla films then please read part one...

First 25 Monsters of Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger/Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers

The internet is having itself quite the fuss over the new Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers movie due out later this year. Fans are arguing...

Celebrating 31 Years of the ‘Legend of Zelda’ Franchise

Anyone that knows me, knows that I have a large soft spot for an endless story of a little boy and his quest to...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Millennium Films

Part one of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. Part two of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. After TriStar had tried their...

Black Mirror Episode 2 Retro: Bicycle or Die

Unlike Black Mirror's pilot episode (previously recapped by me), Black Mirror episode 2, titled 'Fifteen Million Merits,' is much more difficult to explain. It's also...

Romeo + Juliet (1996): Revisiting the Star-Crossed Lovers 20 Years Later

Baz Luhrmann stole (and possibly shattered) our hearts 20 years ago with his version of Romeo + Juliet.  Such a tragically beautiful film all around...

Black Mirror Episode 3 Retro: Do You See?

After my two previous recaps, we've finally arrived at the quintessential pinnacle of Black Mirror with the third episode of the anthology, titled 'The Entire History...

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is Still Magical 15 Years Later

Nothing in the fictional world has ever had as magical an impact on all of us as J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter series. With nearly...

Mothra (1961): Reflecting on Toho Studios’ Sci-Fi Classic

The realm of kaiju is filled with quite the technicolor rainbow of original designs. The creatures range from classic designs like that of Godzilla;...

90’s Throwback, Baby! Part 3: Favorite Youth Sports Movies

"Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the field. Buy me some peanuts and crackerjack, I don't care if I...
The Running Man

The Running Man Turns 30: Revisiting America’s Deadliest Game Show

The Running Man, Paul Michael Glaser's adaptation of the Richard Bachman (Stephen King) novel, turns 30 years old this year! To honor this iconic...

Space Jam (1996) and the Greatest Game of Basketball Ever Played

Basketball is life. I could spend this entire article and hours of my time proving how such a thing could be true, but it...
Attack of the Super Monsters

Japanese Gems: Attack of the Super Monsters

Attack of the Super Monsters isn't a Godzilla movie. It isn't a Gamera movie. Hell, it isn't even an Ultraman movie. So what in...

5 Reasons why Jingle All the Way (1996) is a Perfect Holiday Film

"Jingle Bells, Batman smells." The 1990's were a fantastic decade for Christmas films. With titles such as Home Alone, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The...

90’s Throwback, Baby! Part 8: Favorite Teen Drama Series

We're back with another 90's throwback, baby! This time we indulge in what some people would call guilty pleasures - Teen Drama Television Series....
Black Mirror season 2

Black Mirror Season 2 Retro: Grief, Guilt, and Politics

Season 1 of the British sci-fi anthology show provided some of the best television ever envisioned and executed. I broke down all episodes individually since...
Alien

Alien (1979): Looking Back 37 Years Later

Alien is the movie that started it all. It was the first film in a very successful and immediately recognizable franchise. This one film...