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...
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Logan (2017) Review: Hugh Jackman’s Incredible Swan Song

This summer marks 17 years since the original X-Men was released and kicked off the comic book movie genre as we know it today....
Star Wars The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) Review

There was a lot of panic and commotion among the Star Wars community when George Lucas sold the property to Disney, but after seeing...
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...

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Review

For 22 years, Jumanji has been a beloved favorite of mine. No matter how old I get, the magic of the film sucks me...
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...

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...
Black Panther

Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Tackles Social Commentary with Grace

In 1971, the Marvel Comics character Black Panther had his name changed to Black Leopard in an effort to avoid any affiliations with the...

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017): A Tale As Old As Time That Everyone...

I'm a huge fan of classic Disney tales and Beauty and the Beast is within my top 3. When I heard Disney was making...
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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...

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...
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...
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...
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...
superhero films

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,...
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...
Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok (Review): The Thunder God Strikes Back

There's no doubt that 2017 has been a big year for comic book movies, with Logan and Wonder Woman both far exceeding expectations and...
Score (DIFF 2017)

‘Score’ Gives “The Goosebumps” (DIFF 2017)

Efforts to feign an unbiased attitude towards the topic of Score: A Film Music Documentary come off as obvious lies...because they are. I'm deeply invested...
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...
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SXSW Review: ‘Science Fair’ is a Charmingly Quirky Documentary

I'll admit that I wasn't one for math and science in school, so events such as competitive science fairs were not really on my...