Netflix’s Stranger Things – A Review

Netflix doesn't have commercials or ads other than trailers for their upcoming shows every now and then. After watching the trailer for their latest Netflix Original show, Stranger Things, which premiered July 15, the movie Super 8 came to...

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The Purge: Election Year – A Review

If you're unfamiliar with The Purge movie franchise, you're probably not really into horror or slasher flicks. That's cool, I mean, some people don't go to the movies to be freaked the fuck out for nearly two hours straight. On...

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Chaos Resumed: Mr. Robot Season 2 Premiere

Hope. As concrete and everlasting we want it to be, it can be, and quite possibly is, ephemeral and illusionary. You can be hopeful to have a great day, or you can be hopeful that bigotry will be forever eradicated....

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Devil In A Sundress: “The Neon Demon” – A Review

As I was watching The Neon Demon, the new feature film from polarizing filmmaker, Nicolas Winding Refn, displaying his take on the LA modelling industry, I kept thinking "What’s the message here?" Is it about the Male Gaze? Is it also about the...

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The Future of Hollywood BlockBusters: Comic Books and Video Games

                          Right now in 2016, the comic book hero owns the big screen. This week’s release of X-Men Apocalypse marks the fourth blockbuster superhero film to be released this...

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A Bit Too Nice: “The Nice Guys” – A Review

I wonder what could make two A-list, yet very different actors like Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling come together for a movie like The Nice Guys.  Were they both fans of each other’s work and were dying to collaborate on...

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Ain’t Nothing Right: “Green Room” – A Review

A trailer involving some clichés and bullshit jump-scares was playing right before the screening of the main attraction. These types of horror films remain in multiplexes throughout the year because they provide moviegoers the kind of fake thrills people seek...

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Captain America: Civil War – A Review

Things just got dark for the Avengers. Marvel’s latest effort, Captain America: Civil War directed by the Russo brothers, presents us with another relatable story set within a comic book world. Essentially, if you put all the amazing effects, fight...

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Come Get Some!’ – An “Everybody Wants Some!!” Review

I've never had the pleasure of living the Dorm Life or being part of a sports team in college, and being that I'm in my mid-20s, it’s fair to say that I never will. We always hear the stories filled...

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“The Birth of a Nation” Trailer Reaction

When I stumbled upon the first teaser trailer of the Sundance Film Festival hit The Birth of a Nation, it was late (or early depending on how you look at it). I was just looking through things to tire myself out before...

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