E.J. Hagadorn37 minutes ago
Lights, Camera, Nevermore!
The works of Edgar Allan Poe have struck many a chord with filmmakers over the years. There are plenty of professionally made, studio-produced films based on Poe's stories, and they do all right in th...
Reviewing the MCU: 'The Incredible Hulk'
The Incredible Hulk is a film that of sits in a bit of a weird place within the MCU. Released in 2008 after Marvel re-acquired the rights to the character following 2003's Hulk (which I personally lov...
Josh Liaison2 hours ago
Where Did 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Go Wrong?
Let me take you back to 2012, the London Olympics happened, Carly Rae Jepsen just released Call Me Maybe" and the first episode of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars premiered. After four seasons of the mai...
Milica Marković4 hours ago
Wasted Potential: Elena Montero ('The Mask of Zorro')
Warning: major spoilers ahead. I remember watching one of those Zorro cartoons when I was very young, but for some reason never finished it nor followed up with any of the franchise throughout my life...
Marielle Sabbag20 hours ago
'The Lovely Bones'—A Movie Review
A photo captures a moment before it is gone. Susie Salmon left an impact with her poetic language after a very dark end that could have been avoided. Based on the 2002 chilling novel of the same name ...
Theater Review 'Kiss Me Kate'
Robert Massimi. Kiss Me Kate, which is in previews and opens March 14th, is a legendary musical composed by Cole Porter and written by Sam and Bella Spewack. The story is based on Lilli Vanessi (Kelli...
L.A Banks3 days ago
The Hidden Meaning of 'Return to Oz'
I’m convinced that children’s films were scarier in the 1980s than they are today. Return to Oz, which was released in 1985, is a prime example. If you’re unfamiliar with the film, let me quickly fill...
Buddy Brown5 days ago
All the Upcoming Marvel Movies You Need to Know About
It is 2019, and we are in the middle of a new age of comic book movies. More specifically, it is the Golden Age of Marvel Comics-based movies—and cinephiles will be quick to agree. Directors and produ...
Lynn Hamieha month ago
Underrated Anime Shows That Deserve More Recognition
Ah, anime. Who doesn't love it? When naming anime shows, you'll hear a lot naming Naruto, One Piece, Bleach, but there's so much more to it than those! And then there are those shows that are nothing ...
Lewis Wilsona month ago
'Mary Poppins Returns' Review
Mary Poppins Returns is a weird movie. But not necessarily weird, in terms of what happens in it—if you’re watching a sequel to Mary Poppins not expecting a few weird set pieces, you’re watching for the wrong reasons. But weird in the sense that... I’m not entirely sure if it’s a good film. It’s certainly engaging enough, and it has a few cards up its sleeve, but generally, I’m not sure if it was the right movie for me to review. 25 years after the first film, the Banks children are all grown up...
Jose Gabriela month ago
The McGuffin Problem
We’ve all heard of it before, the plot device, the McGuffin, or the Deux Ex Machina. It’s that one story element that the protagonists are searching for, trying to activate, kill for, or even destroy....
Judith Moorea month ago
Want to Keep Your New Year's Resolution? Watch ‘BoJack Horseman’
The fifth season of Netflix’s BoJack Horseman forced me to change my life. I finished watching the latest version of the show in October. Thus, while everyone else is making their resolutions—which we...
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Reviewing the MCU: 'The Incredible Hulk'
The Incredible Hulk is a film that of sits in a bit of a weird place within the MCU. Released in 2008 after Marvel re-acquired the rights to the character following 2003's Hulk (which I personally lov...
Alina Wooda day ago
'Frozen 2'
It's here! What, like many of its predecessors, seemed like merely an idea often talked about, is the first tangible footage of Frozen 2, and it is epic. The teaser starts in a dark, foreboding setting on a beach, while Elsa stands on the shore looking out quite defiantly at the stormy waves. While she's still sporting her signature blue outfit (with some alterations, ie, pants), the scene almost makes you wonder if the character is going to go back to her roots. Namely, that of being the villai...
Ten Things Disney Want You to Forget
In case you missed it, Disney has recently been celebrating 90 years of magic; it's the company that has become so ingrained with the idea of childhood nostalgia that the mere mention of possibly re-r...
Buddy Brown6 days ago
The 10 Most Unique Gifts for Marvel Fans
Being a comic book geek is an expensive hobby. It's one that is filled with the dire, pressing urge to buy comic book series in large quantities, play video games involving your favorite characters, w...
Anime Geek7 days ago
Top 5 Romance Animes
February usually makes us think of love; therefore, I wanted to add some new romance anime recommendation to the many, many lists that are available online. So get cozy, grab some chocolates, and your...
Will Jackson12 days ago
9 Expensive Things Owned by Celebrity Millionaire Creflo Dollar
Today, Vidello Productions takes a look at 9 Expensive things owned by celebrity millionaire Creflo Dollar.
Milica Marković4 hours ago
Wasted Potential: Elena Montero ('The Mask of Zorro')
Warning: major spoilers ahead. I remember watching one of those Zorro cartoons when I was very young, but for some reason never finished it nor followed up with any of the franchise throughout my life...
Marielle Sabbag20 hours ago
'The Lovely Bones'—A Movie Review
A photo captures a moment before it is gone. Susie Salmon left an impact with her poetic language after a very dark end that could have been avoided. Based on the 2002 chilling novel of the same name ...
Theater Review 'Kiss Me Kate'
Robert Massimi. Kiss Me Kate, which is in previews and opens March 14th, is a legendary musical composed by Cole Porter and written by Sam and Bella Spewack. The story is based on Lilli Vanessi (Kelli...
Jord Tury3 days ago
The 90s/00s Transition
Last time I checked we were supposed to be floating about in hovercrafts by 2019. I even pictured our species living on some faraway planet where robots were our slaves and the only food we could eat ...
Courtney Lowry9 days ago
Where Are the Children's Books Made for Black Kids?
When I think about the things I’ve read as a kid, all of the books and stories point back to the dominance of the white male in children’s literature: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Harry Potter Diary o...
Monique Star20 days ago
LGBT+ Representation for the Young Demographic
There has been plenty of discussion regarding the representation of the LGBT+ community. However, one of the points that people seem so confident in is the idea that kids wouldn't be able to understand what it means to be gay or some other sexuality that isn't heterosexual. Kids of the past and present have grown accustomed to a show like SpongeBob Squarepants which includes (among other things) a male occasionally dressing up as a woman. Why does something like this get shown to kids while an i...
Comic Books Are Literature
It seems that comic books, but superhero comics in particular, have earned a reputation of being immature, or as a classmate said,”low brow.” I disagree completely. While super hero comics may seem br...
Peter Carriveau2 days ago
The Ultimate Guide to Selling Comics on eBay
I have always been a collector of comics. I like the art, especially the vintage stuff, and the stories presented can be much more impactful than they are given credit for. Comics have touched on hot ...
Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up – February Week 2, 2019
There are so many titles out every week, it’s almost a shame that I don’t have time to read them all. This week’s Comic Book Review Round-Up is full of Big Two stuff, plus an early edition of Valiant Comics’ The Forgotten Queen. From DC, I review the new Batman/Flash crossover, Titans #34, The Batman Who Laughs #34 and Wonder Twins #1. From Marvel, there’s more Age of X-Man action and a new Avengers title.
WatchMojo 9 days ago
Top 10 Celebrities with TERRIBLE Plastic Surgery
They went under the knife and under the scrutiny of public opinion. Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the "Top 10 Celebrities with the Worst Plastic Surgery." For this list, we’re excl...
WatchMojo 9 days ago
Top 10 Most Awkward Things Said by Celebs on Live TV
For those seeking words of wisdom, you have come to the wrong place. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Awkward Things Celebs Actually Said on Live TV....
WatchMojo 9 days ago
Top 10 Vin Diesel Moments
He’s big. He’s brawny. He’s bald. And he’s badass. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for Vin Diesel’s top 10 moments.
Josh Liaison2 hours ago
Where Did 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars' Go Wrong?
Let me take you back to 2012, the London Olympics happened, Carly Rae Jepsen just released Call Me Maybe" and the first episode of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars premiered. After four seasons of the mai...
L. Franklina day ago
'Friends': The One Where They Made Their Best Episode
Friends is a cult classic television phenomenon that has made a lasting impact on modern comedy television. But back in the nineties when the show was in its early seasons, the writers and production ...
Bryce Bailey2 days ago
Who Should Win 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4?'
We are just a couple dozen hours away from the finale of the latest entry into the smash hit serious that is 'All Stars.' This one has been quite the whirlwind with a mix of old ideas and new twists t...
The 10 Sexiest Marvel Heroines of All Time
You gotta hand it to Marvel movies, right? With all the buzz about the different Marvel superhero movies coming out this year, the craze for comic books hasn't been this hot since they were first off ...
Danny Liken3 days ago
How the MCU Has Changed
In recent years, the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has proven to be one of, if not the most successful franchises in cinema history. While this is well-deserved, could it be said that the franchise ...
Will Jack4 days ago
10 Reasons Batman Really Is the Most Relatable Superhero
Whether he’s your favourite superhero or whether you roll your eyes every time you see his name it’s difficult to deny that the caped crusader of Gotham city resonates with a vast number of the popula...
Hannah Howard3 days ago
The House Appreciation Series: Hufflepuff
Here is the FINAL house in my four-part series... HUFFLEPUFF! As I'm sure you have figured out by now, Hufflepuff is my house. However, it hasn't been my house for very long. Back in December of 2018,...
William Grendel4 days ago
The Coming Redundancy of Streaming Entertainment Services
Many who have actually experienced going to video rental centers such as BlockBuster and can actually be saddened by their downfall, have compared it to the decrease of visitation to public libraries....
Greg Falconer8 days ago
MCU Phase 4 Predictions!
Avengers: End Game will be launching into theatres on the 26th of April of this year and with the release of this movie comes the end of the MCU phase three and the beginning of phase four. There has ...
WatchMojo 23 days ago
Top 10 Shocking Classic Film Star Scandals
Hollywood and scandal are synonymous with one another. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Shocking Classic Film Star Scandals." For this list, we’re lo...
Marielle Sabbaga month ago
Homosexual Themes in 'The Merchant of Venice'
William Shakespeare made many well known popular plays throughout his life which are still relevant because of their themes and characters. Shakespeare’s play, The Merchant of Venice, has given rise t...
Edward German4 months ago
The Old Time Radio Revival of the 70s
During the 1970s, there had been a renewed interest in radio dramas that were a result of nostalgia that occurred after the release of the movie American Graffiti in 1974. The movie depicted the life ...
#28DaysofBlackCosplay
February is not only Black History Month, but it's also a month for cosplayers of color: #28daysofblackcosplay. In the last several days, I've had the pleasure of interviewing a couple of cosplayers a...
How to Support a Cosplayer
Creating. Content. Isn’t. Cheap. As a cosplayer, I can’t begin to tally up how much I’ve spent on supplies, photographers, conventions and MY TIME on creating a new cosplay. I try to cut corners like ...
"You're Pretty for a Black Girl"
I’m going to get emotional for this one, so let’s go. A few weeks ago I had posted on my IG about “compliments” I’ve received as a nerdy woman of color. Phrases like, “You’re so well spoken for a blac...
SKYLERIZED a month ago
We'll Play Games
A simple microphone and monitors represented the low-budget, but high quality feel of the podcast. Kilmer Tunn’s voice serenaded the corners of the internet with his show, “Tunn’s of Fun.” His face wa...
Edward Germana month ago
The 'Gone' Podcast
The Gone Podcast is a weekly podcast produced by Parcast Network which is a part of Cutler Media. The podcast is uploaded to the feed every Monday with hosts Molly Brandenburg and Richard Rossner. Eac...
WatchMojo a month ago
Top 10 Things 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Got Factually Right and Wrong
For a biopic, the facts were certainly scattershot. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top ten things Bohemian Rhapsody got factually right and wrong. For this list,...
Anime Archetypes: The Companions of the Hero
Companions develop a bond with the main character and ultimately encourage and receive a transformation of characteristics and skills. They are meant to inspire or inform the main character as they ex...
Anime Archetypes: How to Make A Yandere
She’s beauty, she’s grace, she’ll rip off your face, then wear it as a token of her love for you. That’s cute, but you’re going to have to do more than that to create an engaging yandere for your stor...
Jonathan Sim6 months ago
The Perfect Order to Watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Movies
Man, I just watched Infinity War and that ending blew my mind. Easily in my top three Marvel movies. That was just—WOW. Anyways, many months ago, I wrote an article called, "How You Should Show Your F...
WatchMojo 10 days ago
Top 10 Zombie Types in Movies and TV
They’re all different, but one thing’s for sure: you are not safe if these monsters are around. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 zombie types in movies ...
WatchMojo 18 days ago
Top 10 Worst Zombie Movies
They’re supposed to make us afraid, but we’re really scared by how bad they are. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 worst zombie movies. For this list, we...
WatchMojo 3 months ago
Top 10 Zombie Movies
They hunger for human flesh! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 best zombie movies. Don’t hate us for not including The Walking Dead on our list! While...