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‘Surviving Indie’ (2016) Film Shows Sweat and Tears Behind Indie Games

Although the gaming industry has been dominated by massive budgets and AAA titles, indie games have finally started to get some much deserved love...

‘Jack Reacher Never Go Back’ (2016) Review: Seriously, Never Go Back

The appeal of Tom Cruise's titular character in the first Jack Reacher is his obligation to always be rightful. He saw a few injustices, rectified them...
Stranger Things

Stranger Things (2016) Review – An Amazing Sci-fi Series Not to Miss

If you're the social media type, you've likely seen a million posts about a series called Stranger Things over the last few days. Everyone...

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...
Hi Stranger

SXSW 2017: ‘Hi Stranger’ is the Bizarre Short Film the Worlds Needs

Hi Stranger is a short film that had its world premiere at SXSW Conferences and Festivals on March 10, 2017. The film was directed by Kirsten...

Hell And Back (2015) – Movie Review

Animated films aren't just for kids anymore. Just ask Robot Chicken writers Zeb Wells and Hugh Sterbakov, who have made it their life's work to bring cartoons...
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:...

The BFG (2016) – Movie Review

"I is a nice and jumbly giant! I is the only nice and jumbly Giant in Giant Country! I is THE BIG FRIENDLY GIANT!...

Avenged Sevenfold Explores Artificial Intelligence in Masterful New Album

Avenged Sevenfold surprised fans on October 28th by dropping a new album that nobody was expecting. According to wrestling superstar and friend of the...
A Monster Calls

An Audience Cries: ‘A Monster Calls’ (2017) Review

True visionary directors are few and far between. Fortunately, Guillermo del Toro existed in our lifetime to impart his filmmaking knowledge to an ambitious...
Berlin Syndrome

‘Berlin Syndrome’ Encourages Travelers to Stay Home (DIFF 2017)

A chance encounter could lead to the gravest of consequences. More specifically, you never know if a stranger is a controlling sociopath. Berlin Syndrome, screened at...
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...

The 5th Wave (2016)- Movie Review

I love a well-made disaster movie, and even more so when you add aliens to the mix.  I wish I would have read the...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) – Movie Review

I'm just a wizard loving girl, living in a muggle world, waiting for the Hogwarts train to take me to a magical world. Yes,...
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...

Pete’s Dragon (2016) – Film Review

I have a confession: the 1977 musical, live-action/animated hybrid Pete's Dragon eluded me. Without a frame of reference, my expectations landed in the middle of the...
Injustice for All

Injustice for All (2016) – Short Fan Film Review

Injustice for All is a short film directed by Danny Mooney from a script by Donavan Darius and Joseph Bryce Hart. Produced by White...

Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ is Fortunately an Unmissable Series

When Netflix announced they would be having a go at adapting Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, fans of the original books held their...

What’s Old Is New Again: ‘The New 8-Bit Heroes’ (2016)

When I was a kid I was convinced I would grow up to become a Ghostbuster. Later, I created my own wrestling persona, convinced...
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...