The Visit – Review

Knight Shyamalan has taken a hiatus from movie making since the early 2000’s when he was in his prime, creating cinematic classics like Signs, The Sixth Sense, and Unbreakable. After recent success with his TV mini-series, Wayward Pines, a buzz began to grow about whether he can make a full return. The Visit proves to... Continue Reading →

Tomorrowland – Review

Tomorrowland is the kind of movie that hearkens back to the "fish-out-of-water" adventure stories of the 80's. Much like The Last Starfighter, we find our main character Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) in the middle a fantasy world she wasn't even aware existed in the first place. The world of Tomorrowland is explained in the beginning,... Continue Reading →

Poltergeist (2015) 3D Review

There are several scary things in the film industry: money spent and earned, political agendas, drug abuse, cosmetic surgery... and Poltergeist. The scariest of all is the dreaded 'remake'. Remakes are notorious for dividing hardcore fans from casual fans, sparking heated internet debates, and scattering critics left and right. It's mass chaos when someone attempts to remake... Continue Reading →

Blu Monday: Naked and Afraid Season 1

There are hundreds of reality TV shows vying for your DVR space, each one trying to be more shocking and edgy than the next. Naked and Afraid is no exception since, as the title suggests, their participants are always naked and, well, occasionally afraid. Such seemingly blatant gimmickry typically gets an eye-roll and a channel... Continue Reading →

Blu Monday: MANHATTAN Season 1 Review

MANHATTAN SEASON 1 BLU-RAY LIONSGATE HOME ENTERTAINMENT, NOT RATED, $49.97 WGN America came out of nowhere with the smash hit TV series, Manhattan. It chronicles the exciting events leading up to the USA detonating the first atomic bombs. While being more dramatic than factual, there's enough juicy technical minutia to keep the nerds happy and... Continue Reading →

HOME Review

When "Oh", a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip, Oh comes to understand that being different... Continue Reading →

Music Review: The Last Bison

The Last Bison is an up and coming, seven member group out of Virginia. I have spent the last week streaming their entire catalog on Spotify and I feel like the best way to describe their music is "the perfect soundtrack for sitting next to campfire in the woods on a starry night." This description... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film: Danny Says

I'm 32, going on 29 again, and I will forever be a fan of the late sixties and early seventies. If you believe in reincarnation, I must have been one of the members of the 27 club in the seventies. It's the only way to explain my love of all things from that era. Danny... Continue Reading →

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