Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness.
Film Review: The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby is now available in a gorgeous Baz Luhrmann film edition and it features a fantastic turn by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Dissecting Upstream Color: What Came First, the Pig, the Worm or the Orchid?
Upstream Color, the best film of the year, is now available to everyone, so I thought it's about time to break it down to the best of my abilities to help fuel the conversation.
Film Review: Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3 is the start of the Summer Movie Season and while it might not really be the Iron Man film you were expecting, it is still sure to please.
The Fast & Furious franchise is back with its sixth entry, and whatever the series has done for you so far will most likely hold true for this one. (more…)
The Hangover Part III is a step in the right direction, it is just such a long walk back to being good after Part II.
Apparently, modern day witch hunts do exist. In case you haven’t heard the story of the West Memphis Three, now is your chance to read all about it before it is released as a movie later this year. (more…)
Ross Matthews is right about one thing – any self-confidence he feels about his writing skills is without a doubt delusional. He’d have to be out of his mind to think that readers will actually be entertained by the garbage he passes off as a book. (more…)
Daenerys army continues to grow, Samwell Tarly displays his brave side, Ser Davos becomes literate and Sansa’s last name is Lannister in this weeks Game of Thrones. (more…)
Family Tree starts on wobbly footing in its second episode, but regains itself for an excellent second half that keeps the quality high; even if the story is spinning it’s wheels a bit. (more…)
Yes, this might possibly be (i.e., definitely is) yet another World War II book review that you by now have probably come to expect from me; but before you groan in utter dismay, tell me the last time you read about cougars (i.e., those “mature” woman that essentially rob the cradle in the name of love – or at least in the name of a one night stand), architecture, Paris nightlife, and WWI all in one book?! I’m betting never! (more…)
What do you get when you get four different people, with four different choices of music together to discuss who is the most important band of this era? One hell of an experiment. (more…)
I’m a little hesitant when it comes to spin-offs, mostly because I am still ticked with some of the paths Angel’s story took post Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but I have to admit Once Upon A Time In Wonderland looks like it could far surpass the show that spawned it. (more…)
Kon-Tiki is a pretty straight forward biopic in its construction, but it tells an incredible story that allows some gorgeous imagery. (more…)
As I wipe the tears from my eyes, I think it is safe to say that Arrow knows how to end a season. (more…)
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness. (more…)