Trevor Wells14 hours ago
Lifetime Review: 'Dead at 17'
Having recently found out he was rejected from his dream college, 17-year-old Jason Harris (Matthew Raudsepp) turns to his best friends to get him out of his slump: wealthy siblings Cody and Gabe Mast...
Alexandrea Sams14 hours ago
'The Princess Diaries'
In honor of The Princess Diaries gracing us with its presence on Netflix this month, I thought it would be a good time to reflect upon what made this movie so incredible in the first place. Things lik...
Void Neon15 hours ago
How 'A Clockwork Orange' Changed The Form of Cinema
This masterpiece changes the form of cinema, and how it presents characters and intention, and here is why.
Dora Simone17 hours ago
Upcoming Indie Films You Definitely Need To See
There's no better time to be a fan of independent cinema than right now—have a look at these long-awaited features coming to a cinema near you in Summer and Autumn this year.
Ti Ana18 hours ago
Loki, Prince of Asgard
Loki, Prince of Asgard, sits on the edge of the western palace balcony rail. He looks towards the rivers that flow through the city, enveloping every glistening building and flowing around every walkw...
Saffron Maeve19 hours ago
The Inherent Magnetism of the Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s critically acclaimed The Grand Budapest Hotel is a tour de force. With 218 nominations, nine of which being Academy Award noms, this film is hands down a must see. Few directors have th...
Zack Krafsig6 days ago
Another 10 Properties Marvel Can Turn into Great Franchises
Back on July 4, I submitted a list of what I believed to be the top ten Marvel properties that Marvel Studios could turn into successful franchises. Since that was my most successful article, I decide...
Luqman Sattar9 days ago
The Origin of the Green Lantern: Jessica Cruz
Jessica Cruz is the most recent Green Lantern of Earth, making there a total of 6 human Green Lanterns that protect Earth. That is way too many Green Lanterns to protect one planet, but I digress beca...
G F17 days ago
'Avengers: Infinity War' Things Missed (Spoilers!)
Avengers: Infinity War is the 19th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the third installment of the Avengers saga. Classically, the films in this universe have been filled with Easter eggs that ...
Jesse Kinney21 days ago
10 of the Worst Superhero Movie Visual Effects Ever
Everyone loves superhero movies these days. Marvel cranks out at least five every year, with DC desperately trying to catch up by releasing even more. Stories from comic books are experiencing the mos...
Kevin Jacksona month ago
The Real Truth About Jack-Jack
Fourteen years in the making! We have finally received the long-awaited sequel to The Incredibles (2004), and it was well worth the wait! Incredibles 2 is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a long ti...
Allen Lyonsa month ago
Comcast Should Keep Disney From Buying Fox
Hallelujahs were called when news hit that Disney would buy Twentieth Century Fox. Just knowing that the Marvel Cinematic Universe would be complete led fanboys to rejoice. Disney also expressed their...
Best of Netflix
Whether you're binge watching or Netflix and Chilling, hats off to the digital streaming behemoth that never ceases to entertain.
Marvel Superheroes
Welcome to the Marvel Cinematic and Comic Universe, exploring all things superhero and villain. Excelsior!
DC Universe
Welcome to the digital DC Universe.
Trevor Wells14 hours ago
Lifetime Review: 'Dead at 17'
Having recently found out he was rejected from his dream college, 17-year-old Jason Harris (Matthew Raudsepp) turns to his best friends to get him out of his slump: wealthy siblings Cody and Gabe Mast...
Alexandrea Sams14 hours ago
'The Princess Diaries'
In honor of The Princess Diaries gracing us with its presence on Netflix this month, I thought it would be a good time to reflect upon what made this movie so incredible in the first place. Things lik...
Void Neon15 hours ago
How 'A Clockwork Orange' Changed The Form of Cinema
This masterpiece changes the form of cinema, and how it presents characters and intention, and here is why.
R
R 21 hours ago
10 Fictional Characters with the Best Powers
Ever fantasize about having a power from a show or movie? I’m sure everyone has! In this article we will be looking at the best powers from live action shows, movies and anime. A trailer of the show w...
SKYLERIZED 5 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Best 'Chappelle's Show' Seasons Listed from Gay KKK to Purple Heels
Most Generation X’er and some members of the Millennial Generation, can point to a show that showcases edginess, surrealism, and flat-out funny material through the medium of television. Chappelle’s S...
Zellie Wicker5 days ago
The Disney Princess Club: Actual Princess, or Just Heroine?
Here is a look at those female heroine's dubbed 'princesses' by Disney, even though some do not fit the definition of an actual princess and some that do fit the definition are left out of Disney's Princess Club (not mentioned here).
Saffron Maeve19 hours ago
The Inherent Magnetism of the Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s critically acclaimed The Grand Budapest Hotel is a tour de force. With 218 nominations, nine of which being Academy Award noms, this film is hands down a must see. Few directors have th...
Conor Hufton2 days ago
Top 20: 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople'
A troubled teenager and an elderly misanthrope are forced to hide in the wilderness. That title was too long so, eventually, they decided on Hunt for the Wilderpeople. A creative and natural explorati...
KJ Proulx2 days ago
'The Equalizer 2' - Movie Review
It’s not all that often that a film receives lukewarm critical reception and only a decent box office return, but still somehow manages to get its main star and director returning for a sequel, but he...
Tristan Ferrya day ago
Why Blade Runner 2049's Failure at the Box Office Doesn't Bode Well for the Future of Cinema
Blade Runner 2049 was a success in nearly every way; fans of the original were finally rewarded for their patience and loyalty, those unfamiliar with the original were treated to a gorgeous, intriguin...
3 Advantages of Being a Nerd
At the age of two, I discovered my father's NES and played my first game, Super Mario Bros. When I was five-years-old, I became more interested in nerdy things, for example, watching tv shows like Mig...
Katelynn Barnes7 days ago
My Top Five Edgy Musical Soundtracks
Being apart of Theatre has always been important to me. Being a musician, in general, provokes a love to musical theatre. The only problem is I'm a pretty edgy person. I don't do frilly often which ma...
SKYLERIZED 5 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Best 'Chappelle's Show' Seasons Listed from Gay KKK to Purple Heels
Most Generation X’er and some members of the Millennial Generation, can point to a show that showcases edginess, surrealism, and flat-out funny material through the medium of television. Chappelle’s S...
Enjoying Comics - 'Superman: Earth One' - Part 1 (Adolescence)
Superman Earth: One is a reboot of the Superman story which gives new readers a jumping off point. The volume is an origin story, isolated from the larger narrative within DC comics. We enter with Cla...
Zack Krafsig11 days ago
Remember That Time Luke Cage and Iron Fist Teamed Up With Doctor Who?
Doctor Who is one of the most popular science-fiction properties of all time. The show has been on television since 1963 and has legions of fans dedicated to it. In 1982, Marvel saw Doctor Who’s popul...
Katie McGuire2 days ago
Who Is Timothée Chalamet?
Actor on the rise Timothée Chalamet is sure to be a familiar face in the upcoming months. He recently made his breakthrough in a hit movie and has starred in many projects since then. So who is this 22-year-old French American?
SKYLERIZED 5 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Best 'Chappelle's Show' Seasons Listed from Gay KKK to Purple Heels
Most Generation X’er and some members of the Millennial Generation, can point to a show that showcases edginess, surrealism, and flat-out funny material through the medium of television. Chappelle’s S...
Shannon 🍒6 days ago
People Who Became Famous Too Easily
In this generation, becoming well-known can be a piece of cake.
Alexis Baryak2 days ago
'The Loud House': An Inclusive Animation
Inclusivity in a World of Brainfarts
Michael Reynoso3 days ago
‘Dragon Ball Heroes’ Episode 2 Review: 'Goku Goes Berserk! The Evil Saiyan's Rampage!'
OMG!!!! "Berserk" Goku, Super Saiyan Blue Vegito, and "Golden" Cooler have arrived!!!! What an epic episode, guys!!! This is completely fanservice and what more can I say?!!! There were so many surpri...
House MD
If you have never seen the show, the show is about an antisocial maverick doctor who specializes in diagnostic medicine and does whatever it takes to solve puzzling cases that come his way using his c...
Zack Krafsig4 days ago
10 DC Comics Properties That Warner Bros. Can Save the DCEU With
The DC Extended Universe is a sinking ship. Warner Bros.’ answer to Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is not living up to the tremendous potential it had. They’ve given the world a depr...
Holy Robins, Batman! Ranking the Live-Action Boy Wonders so Far
Dick Grayson - aka Robin - has been around for almost as long as his mentor, Batman, but is often forgotten in live-action adaptations. Admittedly, the Caped Crusader is the more charismatic figure an...
Zack Krafsig6 days ago
Another 10 Properties Marvel Can Turn into Great Franchises
Back on July 4, I submitted a list of what I believed to be the top ten Marvel properties that Marvel Studios could turn into successful franchises. Since that was my most successful article, I decide...
Tristan Ferrya day ago
Why Blade Runner 2049's Failure at the Box Office Doesn't Bode Well for the Future of Cinema
Blade Runner 2049 was a success in nearly every way; fans of the original were finally rewarded for their patience and loyalty, those unfamiliar with the original were treated to a gorgeous, intriguin...
Marguerita Tan5 days ago
Five Behind-The-Scene Things You Should Know About 'Killing Eve'
Just like a good book that is unputdownable, Killing Eve is an engrossing spy series that grabs you from the very first episode and tangles a string of intriguing events that hooks you into wanting to...
Ada Zuba6 days ago
How To Make a Great Villain
Now, many writers struggle with creating a good villain. Here is a simple list of elements that every villain needs:
Texxx-Man Cosplay2 months ago
Kids These Days Will Never Know: Part Two
I hope you liked part one of the list of things I've experienced and had as a child that kids today never knew about. Now, I'll be sharing part two of the things I loved in the 80s and 90s. Again, the...
Rasma Raisters3 months ago
Golden Days of Hollywood
In the early days of Hollywood when everything was just coming together, actors and actresses were adored by fans and they all seemed to put them on pedestals. Two such film actors were a much-admired...
Mark Kennedy4 months ago
How the 80s Ruled the World
Big budget special effects coupled with a great story can be a wondrous thing. With the aid of CGI, a filmmaker can transport us into the magical worlds they create, giving us, sometimes, a well neede...
Texxx-Man Cosplay20 hours ago
Cosplayer Spotlight: Nathan Mobley
What are some things you can tell me about yourself? Well, I love good food and long romantic boat rides! Just kidding! (Actually go ahead and add that!). I'm a huge nerd and an avid gamer. I'm also a...
Kitsune Gamer4 days ago
Someone Else for a Day
Not many people will know about cosplay, however, it has been growing more and more popular over the years. It is something that sparks a great passion within me. I myself am a cosplayer and a seamstr...
Why Cosplay Accuracy Is Overrated
Cosplay is something I've been in love with since 2014, and I don't have any plans of stopping anytime soon. Seeing cosplayers on social media and in person shows me that we're all unique and talented...
SKYLERIZED 2 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Worst Domestic Dispute Scenes in Martin Scorsese Films Listed from a Shouting Match to a Punch to the Gut
The films of Martin Scorsese excite, provoke, and conjure up deep intellectuality, and meditations on the aestheticization of the initiation of acts of brute force. What separates this cinematic maste...
Jonathan Sim13 days ago
Pixar Theory: Who Are Boo's Parents?
For years, Pixar theorists have been wondering about who Andy's dad is in Toy Story, and whether the cars in Cars are really cars or just animals that look like cars. And one of the most profound ques...
Jonathan Sima month ago
Why 'Clifford the Big Red Dog' Makes NO SENSE!
Clifford needed Emily, so she chose him for her own. And her love made Clifford grow so big that the Howards had to leave their home... WAIT. HOLD ON. BACK THE F**K UP. I SEE MAJOR PROBLEMS WITH THIS ...
Jessica Tanner12 days ago
Dialogue
The Real Deal
Samuel Allen2 months ago
How To Start Writing Fantasy
So you want to start writing fantasy. That's cool, I envy you, for starting out is often the most exhilarating part of creating and inhabiting your own world. Whether you're writing for a novel you pl...
Andrea Dawson2 months ago
How To Set Up the Perfect Home Geek Movie Night
Geeks and other similar groups have been pushed to the side for some time, but that is no longer the case. Geek culture is now at the forefront of pop culture, making it a great time to be a fan of ev...
Why do we Love 'Z nation'?
Firstly, I'd like to cite Wikipedia: "Z Nation is an American action/horror/comedy-drama/post-apocalyptic television series that airs on Syfy, created by Karl Schaefer and Craig Engler, and produced b...
J. Laudicina6 months ago
Evil in Our Stories #1
We love evil in our media. Audiences, readers and gamers, intake fictional narratives every day and many contain something malevolent wreaking havoc. The proof isn’t hard to come by, how many of these...
Garry Zwicker7 months ago
Zombie Survival
So there has been nothing but an increase in the belief that a zombie or zombie-like apocalypse is plausible, or even inevitable. Regardless of the "type" of zombies (which we will discuss in another ...