The First Horror Classic of 2020: The Invisible Man Review

When studios and filmmakers say less is more, sometimes they say that because the funding is low or because the script/filmmaking in general doesn’t call for showing off your prime horror asset. When it comes to The Invisible Man however...less is WAY more. Although the script could’ve benefitted from a woman’s touch (it's the best post Me-Too film … Continue reading The First Horror Classic of 2020: The Invisible Man Review

What The Last of Us Part II Reveals About The Gaming Community

I was completely surprised that during this whole 3 month wait between the leak for The Last of Us Part II and its actual release that not a single detail was spoiled to me about its story. I was highly skeptical that all of a sudden Neil Druckmann and Naughty Dog just made a dud … Continue reading What The Last of Us Part II Reveals About The Gaming Community

Goodbye X-Men: A Retrospective of The Franchise that Changed Superhero Films Forever

Before there was an Endgame, before there was a Batman versus a Superman, before there was even a man to talk about the Avengers Initiative, there was the X-Men. X-Men is one of Marvel’s most beloved franchises, with successful animated shows with the 90s X-Men cartoon, a great spinoff series in Legion, and successful spinoff … Continue reading Goodbye X-Men: A Retrospective of The Franchise that Changed Superhero Films Forever

Why Mission Impossible: Fallout Succeeds yet Disappoints

Mission Impossible: Fallout is the year’s most beautifully made film. Christopher McQuarrie's direction is air tight, the score by Lorne Balfe is John Williams level good, Tom Cruise is flawless and as commendable as ever, and Rob Hardy's cinematography is Oscar worthy. That being said, it’s unfortunately one of the most painfully obvious spy thrillers … Continue reading Why Mission Impossible: Fallout Succeeds yet Disappoints