School-Live!

School-Live! Rises Again in a Limited Deluxe Boxset from Sentai Filmworks

Before I start this review I feel like I should say that if you haven’t watched School-Live! and if knowing that it is one...

Review: ‘Stranger Things’ App Turns Mobile Gaming Upside Down

Stranger Things, the mega popular Netflix TV show, drew much of its influences from pop culture of the 1980’s, so it should come as...
Over The Garden Wall

Step Into The Dark Unknown In 2014’s ‘Over The Garden Wall’

Earlier this week, feeling unwell and more than a little sorry for myself, I began searching through a list of shows I’d yet to...

‘Dave Made A Maze’ (2017) Is Weird But A-Maze-Ing

Imagine coming home one afternoon and finding your other half has chosen not to complete the list of chores you left them, but has...
the defenders

Marvel’s ‘The Defenders’ is a Mixed bag of Great, Good and Boring

Marvel's The Defenders is the culmination of each Netflix property so far, the superhero team-up we've waited two years to experience, and it's finally...

Review: ‘The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil’ By Stephen Collins (2013)

I’ll wager that if you’re reading this review for a book called ‘The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil’, then you probably have a beard. Whether...
spider-man: homecoming

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Is a Near-Perfectly Spun Web

When a movie character of any kind is "rebooted" on-screen, especially more than once, we normally think the worst. Doubts begin to take shape...

Comic Review: ‘Black Suit of Death #1’ from Warrior Innkeeper Creative

The Black Suit of Death is a fantastic new sci-fi/horror/comedy comic book from Warrior Innkeeper Creative. It was co-written by E.R. Ellsworth and Benjamin...
death note

‘Death Note’ is a Binge-Worthy Anime Series

I may be a HorrorGeek girl, but I'm not one that is typically big into anime... well, that is, until recently. I was browsing Hulu...
Castlevania

‘Castlevania’ Review: A Perfect Adaptation of the Video Game Series

Netflix has been on a tear in recent years, with original programming such as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black proving...
The Big O

‘The Big O: The Complete Collection’ on Blu-ray Review

There is a weird thing that happens as you get older where you become nostalgic about parts of your life that were actually horrible....
okja

The Profoundly Moving ‘Okja’ Showcases the Highs and Lows of Humanity

Well I haven't cried like that in quite some time. Okja, the latest (and arguably greatest) Netflix original film, was co-written and directed by Bong...
Murder on the Orient Express

See Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley in ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ Trailer

The first trailer to Kenneth Branagh's newest film Murder on the Orient Express has been released. Based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name,...
Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman: The Next Evolution of Comic Book Movies

The superhero origin tale hasn’t really evolved much since the original Spider-Man swung into theaters fifteen summers ago. Whether it be Marvel or DC,...
Baywatch

Baywatch (2017) is a Fun Adaptation of the Beloved Television Series

Baywatch (2017) is the hot, action-packed bromance that you didn't know you needed- but trust me, you do. This spandex-clad movie is a big-screen adaptation...
Harley Quinn

‘Committed’ Review: A Joker and Harley Quinn Fan Film (Comicpalooza 2017)

Committed is a short fan film featuring one of comics' most notorious couples- the Joker and Harley Quinn. The film was written and directed by Terry...
trainspotting 2

Trainspotting 2 (2017) A Perfectly Dark Sequel to A Cult Classic

Trainspotting has become a cult classic since its release 20 years ago, steadily gaining loyal fans and appreciation for its beautiful madness. For the ones...
Rogue Warrior Tracey Birdsall

‘ROGUE WARRIOR: ROBOT FIGHTER’ Review (Worldfest 2017)

While at the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival this weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Worldfest premiere of the very entertaining sci-fi film:...
Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) Review: A sequel worthy of its predecessor?

The following review for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is spoiler-free! It’s safe to say “We are Groot” once again. The stunning follow-up to...
Rebel Scum Worldfest

Worldfest Film Festival 2017: Science Fiction Short Film Reviews

Kicking off my coverage of the 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston film festival, here are reviews for four science fiction short films recently screened: Rebel Scum (d: Timothy Van...