My Unlucky Stars

Rod Christiansen
in Humor

You might be asking, how did this kid find himself holding his breath and hiding under that car? And if you did, the only answer I'd have to give is a heaping of stupidity washed over with a lightly b...

How to Direct a Short Film

Gavin Tovar
in Entertainment

Directing is more than just yelling "action!" or "cut!" There are some small yet important aspects of being a director that are usually overlooked and this can spell disaster for your film set if you ...

13 Picks For the 13th Doctor

Iain Shaw
in Entertainment

Whenever a Doctor says they are handing over the key to the Tardis and their sonic screwdriver as the Timelord a debate rages on who is going to be the next 'Doctor Who'. Below is a rundown of 13 of o...

Lottery Ticket Review

in Entertainment

Title: Lottery Ticket MPAA Rating: PG-13 Director: Erik White Starring: Bow Wow, Brandon T. Jackson Runtime: 1 hour 39 minutes What It Is? Kevin Carson (Bow Wow) live in the projects with his grandmot...

Human Target and How the Forgotten DC TV Show Would Succeed Today

Jason Schwartz
in Entertainment

DC Comics have been represented in live action form on television since Adventures of Superman aired in 1952. There are currently 9 shows airing that are based on DC Comics, while in the 90s there wer...

Black Swan Review

in Entertainment

Title: Black Swan MPAA Rating: R Director: Darren Aronofsky Starring: Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey Runtime: 1 hour 48 minutes What is it? The role of the “Swan Queen” is one of THE rol...

Are TV Viewers Too Segregated?

Eli Sanza
in Entertainment

Late night talk shows have been an American staple since Steve Allen first hosted The Tonight Show in 1954. That show has been airing on NBC ever since, and it established a formula that has been emul...

Scott Pilgrim vs the World Review

in Entertainment

Title: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World MPAA Rating: PG-13 Director: Edgar Wright Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Runtime: 1 hour 53 minutes What It Is? Scott Pilgrim (Cera) doesn’t have th...


Kurt Christenson
in Culture

By @KurtChristenson When X-Men debuted back in 1963, the original concept of mutants was a metaphor for the Civil Rights Movement, with Professor X preaching the peaceful integration of Martin Luther ...

We Need A Haiku To Save Us: Batman

Derek Heid
in Humor

Haiku's are sparingly used, and if they are it's usually some form of satire. The elegant simplicity of a haiku lends itself to mockery and bawdiness, which leaches the sincerity out of an ancient res...

Despite Being Off Message, 'The Hateful Eight' Still Has Quentin Tarantino On the Path

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

I went into the Hateful Eight knowing two things about this Civil War Western. It didn’t have the over the top humor of Pulp Fiction and had all - if not - more of the violence. A blood bath minus the...