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mental illness

Bryan Singer and the Mysterious Status of the X-Men Properties

Per Matt With the recent sexual misconduct accusations regarding Bryan Singer and the acquisition of Fox by The Walt Disney Company, the future of The X-Men properties seems cloudy, to say the least. Will the big- and small-screen properties see… Continue Reading →

They Call Me Mr. Glass

Unbreakable is arguably one of M. Night Shyamalan’s best films, so I’m definitely looking forward to its sequel next year. Split was also a return to form for the director, so I’m anticipating that Unbreakable 2 or “Glass” will be… Continue Reading →

Mr. Mercedes is a Series That Hits Hard From the First Episode

In case you weren’t aware, Mr. Mercedes has been released this summer, in addition to the Stephen King adaptations of The Dark Tower, The Mist, and It will be released in September. Broadcast on the AT&T Audience network that is… Continue Reading →

Legion and the History of Madness

What then is this fascination which now operates through the images of madness?   – Michel Foucault, “Madness and Civilization”

Split: A Movie With Personality

How do I review a film where the main points are a secret? It’s hard, because the nuances of this film lie in the amazing twist that will have fans craving for more… but that’s for another article. For now,… Continue Reading →

Carnage Park is Grindhouse Greatness

You don’t watch a film like Carnage Park for the ground-breaking story, you watch for the nostalgic look and feel of the film. Certainly, one could say it is a homage to Tarantino or more appropriately seedy ’70s exploitation films,… Continue Reading →

Waryard Pines is the Creepy Summer Series You Should Be Watching

In a world that highlights both a simple small-town, as well as a dystopian future awaiting the last shreds of humanity, Wayward Pines is a science-fiction thriller that slowly unspools a horrific mystery. It’s definitely the TV series you should… Continue Reading →

Amy

Per Matt With the recent death of Scott Weiland, it seems like an appropriate time to examine another favorite artist of mine, one whose incredible recordings and time on this Earth were also cut way too short, Amy Winehouse.

Wayward Pines

Without knowing any of the specific details, if you were told there’s a TV show that’s altogether creepy, spooky, mysterious, strange and possibly ooky, would that pique your interests?

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