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character development

Will Loki Survive the Infinity War? And Other Questions.

Marvel is about to show DC how to make an epic movie about a superhero team coming together to fight an alien invasion. And while most fans are wondering whether it’ll be Captain America or Iron Man who falls before… Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Last Jedi. May the Force Be With You.

I am warning you before you read another sentence, I have drafted articles about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. All of them end up riddled with spoilers. This one is no different. You’ve been warned.

If Disney Buys Out Fox, Will The X-Men and The Avengers Assemble?

The dream of Marvel fans everywhere is coming closer to a cinematic reality as Disney is in discussions to purchase Marvel’s creations from studio 20th Century Fox. This would include the X-Men franchise and a number of mutant-based characters, like… Continue Reading →

Carving Into the Leatherface Prequel Turkey

Welcome back folks to another edition of the critically acclaimed (if only by myself) #HauntLife blog. This week, I am going to look into the recent release of the film Leatherface, a prequel of the 1974 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,… Continue Reading →

My Friend Dahmer: A Character Study in Sociopathy

I was thrilled when I found out that the graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer, was going to be made into a film. I’m slightly obsessed with serial killers. In fact, as an actress, I’ve even played a serial killer no less than… Continue Reading →

Who Needs Who Needs Who? Guardians Telltale Episode 4 Doubles Down On Plot

The awkward and frustrating journey of playing the Telltale Guardians of the Galaxy episodic game series has made fluctuations between ham-handed action sequences and overly complicated puzzle elements all along. This latest episode, Who Needs You, makes another sudden swerve —… Continue Reading →

Hail to the King, Baby. Radical Arts Rocks Evil Dead: The Musical

Evil Dead: The Musical has become, hands down, my favorite musical performance over the last few years. I’ve been fortunate enough to experience this incredible show three of the last four years and it just keeps getting better every freaking… Continue Reading →

Sex, Blood and Music? An Interview With the Cast of Radical Arts’ Evil Dead: The Musical

I’ve been a Deadite since I was 12. A Deadite, for those unfamiliar with The Evil Dead series, is a fan. It’s sort of like being a Juggalo, but without the social stigma or being on an FBI watch list.

Star Trek: Discovery Begs You to Join CBS All Access

As of this writing, it has been almost a week since the premiere episode of Star Trek: Discovery (titled “The Vulcan Hello”) aired on CBS. I didn’t get to pump out a full review in a timely manner due to some… Continue Reading →

Kingsman 2: I’d Like to See a Statesman Spin-Off

Remember that moment in the red band trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, where an American flag parachute is pulled, and the scene cuts to Taron Egerton, who says, “It’s very American,” and Channing Tatum replies, “Hehe, f*** yeah!”

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