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...

As You Wish: A Love Letter to The Princess Bride (1987)

Be it the death of a loved one or a celebrity you held dear, changes you weren't prepared for, or even an election that's...
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...

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 Christmas Special Retro: Mini Me

Procuring a one-off Christmas special episode is a tradition in the realm of British television. The Black Mirror Christmas special flips the expected special formula...

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....

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...
Captain Ron

Move Over Jack Sparrow, Captain Ron Is The Real Pirate Of The Caribbean

This weekend sees the release of yet another Pirates of the Caribbean movie, ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’. Without question, and despite a terrible...

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...

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...
Muppet Family Christmas

Revisiting ‘A Muppet Family Christmas’ 29 Years Later

It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of The Muppets. In fact, it’s safe to say that if it has the Jim...

9 Retro Board Games Remembered

Today’s kids are all about Xbox and Pokemon GO, but when I was growing up board games were king! Here’s a list of 9 of...
Excellent Adventures

Today in Geek History: Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventures Turns 26!

Back in the 80’s you could turn just about anything in to a time machine. Clocks, cars, chairs, but nothing was cooler than Bill...
Simpsons

Revisiting ‘The Simpsons Roasting On An Open Fire’ 28 Years Later

It’s hard to remember a time when The Simpsons wasn’t on television. Currently in its 28th season, the show has seen us all through...

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...
Dark Crystal

Dark Crystal: A Guide To Jim Henson’s Fantasy Classic

This week it was announced that Netflix would be reviving Jim Henson's 1982 fantasy classic The Dark Crystal, as a 10-part prequel TV series titled The...
Jurassic World

Jurassic World Turns One! With Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

Last Sunday, June 12th, marked the 1 year anniversary of Jurassic World. I can't believe it's already been that long, where has the time gone? The...
Supernatural

“The Road So Far…” – Supernatural Premiered 11 Years Ago!

Supernatural turns eleven years old today, and with season twelve slated to begin next month, the series has yet to slow down - making...

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...

30 Years Later, Stand By Me is Still A Timeless Classic

Growing up, I had the privilege of watching several "coming of age" movies, but out of all of them, the one that stands out...