Comic book movies have taken Hollywood by storm over the last decade, having gone from being considered fringe and nerdy to being nominated for Best Picture at last year’s Academy Awards (“Black Panther”). This success has sparked filmmakers to get more creative with comic book movies and branch out. JustContinue Reading

A review on the returning David Lynch classic, ‘Twin Peaks’ SUBMITTED BY SUSAN FISER In just over a month the critically acclaimed cult classic “Twin Peaks” will return to televisions across the nation. “Twin Peaks” is the brainchild of Mark Frost and David Lynch and first premiered in 1990 andContinue Reading

The eighth installment in the “The Fast and The Furious” franchise is more of the same from recent films. A convenience for viewers is that if they have not seen previous films in the series, they can catch on and follow the ludacris action sequences and for the most part,Continue Reading

In a dystopian future, cybernetic enhancement is not only prevalent, but expected. These enhancements can be improving vision, or the ability to drink in excess without fear of alcohol poisoning. “Ghost in the Shell” creates beautiful images and futuristic cityscapes, both above the city in the holographic advertisements as wellContinue Reading

The offseason landscape is still taking shape, the draft is just around the corner and players like Adrian Peterson and Tony Romo are still looking for new homes. However, the first wave of major transactions are in the books. Some teams have found gems and some have wasted loads ofContinue Reading

The enchanting tale of “Beauty and the Beast” has created a surprisingly large amount of controversy for a children’s movie. Bill Condon, the director of the re-imagined, live-action version of the story of Belle (Emma Watson) and the Beast (Dan Stevens) has intentionally created the first openly gay character inContinue Reading