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What is Real and What Isn’t in Season 2 of Legion?

Bizarre, awesome and highly stylized,┬áLegion has become┬áthe best Marvel series on TV. No longer exploring the topic of madness, so what is real and what isn’t in Season 2 of the TV show?

Remembering Art Bell’s Legacy

Per Matt Friday the 13th usually occurs twice a year, generally conjuring up a variety of meanings to different people, including unlucky superstitions, religious connotations and even a horror movie franchise. But after Friday, April 13th will sadly include a… Continue Reading →

Truth or Dare is Generic Horror

It’s fairly rare that I give a film one star. Normally, I save such ratings for films that are gimmicky, low-budget indie films. The writing has to be so far off that watching the film is torture. While Truth or… Continue Reading →

Bringing an ’80s Classic to Theaters: RAMPAGE!

Growing up, the highlight of my week used to be going with my dad to the arcade and playing video games all afternoon. I kicked butt on Galaga and Super Mario, but nothing could ever compare to Rampage. The premise… Continue Reading →

Rebooting The Walking Dead’s Fear

This week, Fear The Walking Dead ventures into a new territory. Just as the TV show was getting good last year, it was all blown away from the dam’s explosion, scattering characters (as well as the upcoming storyline) into different… Continue Reading →

Preparing for the Overwatch Archives Event

Overwatch is finally bringing back the closest thing we have to a story mode in the form of the Overwatch Archives event. From April 10th – 30th, gamers will get to learn a little bit more about the backstories of… Continue Reading →

Enjoying the Silence of A Quiet Place

I’ve never heard a movie theater so tense and quiet. A hush was over the rest of the audience, as if the slightest sound could doom the characters on screen. Then something would happen, the tension would break, everyone in… Continue Reading →

Day of the Dead: Bloodline — Some Films Are Better Off Dead

Day of the Dead has never been my favorite Romero Zombie film by any stretch of the imagination, but I still consider it an integral part of the franchise and a good film. There were some original concepts and characters… Continue Reading →

On the Road With the Rampage Tour of Destruction

Per Matt Monsters that destroy cities. That was the entire theme of the old-school arcade game, Rampage, which was originally released in 1986 by Bally Midway. The video game became an instant classic as fans of big-screen creature features enjoyed… Continue Reading →

Confidence in Sneaky Pete’s Season 2 Heist

Already re-watched the Ocean’s 11 movies on Netflix? Can’t wait to watch another daring heist before Ocean’s 8 comes out in theaters this summer? Might I recommend the second season of Sneaky Pete on Amazon, whose twisting plot culminates with… Continue Reading →

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