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We don’t just recap the best TV and movies starring the genre characters we love. No, we dive deep into the characters and story, and breaking it down for fans or those want to understand why these modern myths are some of our greatest literature.

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Batwoman TV Show Review: Did It Deserve the Backlash?

When I wrote about the backlash to the Batwoman TV show’s trailers, I admittedly had no skin in the game. This may be received as sacrilege, but I don’t actually watch any of The CW’s […]

October 7, 2019
ReviewsTV Shows
Everything Is Fine: The Good Place Premiere Sets Up The Final Season

This week brought us The Good Place premiere – that sets up the final season of the acclaimed comedy on NBC. Coming full circle, the episode returns the characters to an old stomping ground. Familiar […]

September 28, 2019
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Ad Astra Review – Brad Pitt at His Best

There’s something undefinable about space movies. They are considered their own genre, despite the fact that anything can happen once you’re up in space. The story behind Star Wars is light-years away from Gravity. But somewhere, amongst […]

September 25, 2019
MoviesReviews
TIFF Ford v Ferrari Review – Defies Expectations In An Exhilarating Way

Many of the films that excite and draw in audiences at TIFF are focused on the film lover. Whether it’s an indie darling or an anticipated release from a beloved director, attention tends to flock […]

September 16, 2019
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TIFF Marriage Story Review – Laugh and Cry to this Noah Baumbach Beauty

I saw a handful of films at TIFF 2019. Some made me laugh, others made me cry. Marriage Story did both to an extent that I’ve never seen before. There are scenes that had my entire theatre […]

September 15, 2019
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TIFF Honey Boy Review – An Authentic Script & Phenomenal Performances

Amongst all of the sequels, franchises, and terror-filled films, Honey Boy stands out like a breath of fresh air at TIFF. In fact, a lot of Shia LaBeouf’s post-Transformers films seem to do so. Borg vs McEnroe, American […]

September 14, 2019
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The Joker Review – Todd Phillips Tells A Chaotic Tale of Self-Discovery

Joker opens to a lengthy scene of Arthur Fleck getting ready for his day job as a clown. We know who this man is. It’s Joker, of course. He is, arguably, one of the best villains […]

September 10, 2019
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‘It: Chapter Two’ (2019 Film) Delivers A Fulfilling End for the Losers Club

2017’s It utilized smart marketing campaigns and word-of-mouth to produce a smash hit at the box office. Making $700 million on a modest $35 million budget, the film was sure to produce a sequel – and […]

September 7, 2019
Pop CultureReviews
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Is Beautiful and Bittersweet

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance arrived at last. The 10-episode prequel-to-the-movie series premiered August 30 on Netflix, and dramatically expands the world of the original film. Fans have waited over thirty years to see […]

September 1, 2019
MoviesReviews
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review – Star Power & Typical Tarantino

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio pair with director Quentin Tarantino to create Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a real cinematic experience.

July 25, 2019
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