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Unpacking Mother!

One of my favorite activities in a theater is listening to my fellow audience members as I head toward the nearest exit. As an occasional critic, I’ve found that listening to the audience’s reaction to a film is just as… Continue Reading →

It and the Power of Pennywise

Clowns, man. It’s always been clowns. Since I was a kid, there has always been something that has simultaneously intrigued me and repelled me about them. I love seeing them on television. Watching Bozo in the mornings before school was… Continue Reading →

Legion is Mind-Alteringly Good

For the past 17 years or so, the Marvel brand has exploded onto both the big and small screen. Netflix and Disney have shared most of the MCU pie with The Avengers, The Defenders and everyone in between. But one… Continue Reading →

Mars Orbits Being an Outer-Space Soap Opera

“Space is defined by the strange relationship between failure, risk and innovation.” That self-describing quote is the basis for the global event series, Mars, which airs on the National Geographic Channel.

Deciphering an Otherworldly Mystery in Arrival

There’s something to be said about going into a movie blissfully ignorant about its overall storyline, without knowing any spoilers, whatsoever. Actually, that’s my preference for watching all films, since trailers always tend to reveal way too much. (In a perfect world,… Continue Reading →

The Journey So Far: Mapping The Walking Dead’s Past

“There is no hope and we’re on the road to nowhere.” As if the anticipation couldn’t be higher for the return of The Walking Dead, an AMC TV special takes a look back at the pop-culture phenomenon’s beginning through The… Continue Reading →

Lucifer Still Failing to Reach Its Potential

No TV show surprised me more last season than Lucifer. Loosely (very loosely) based on the DC comics character, Lucifer follows Lucifer Morningstar, the devil himself, as he lives a life of luxury in LA. No longer content to be the… Continue Reading →

Creating Lwa: All Saints’ Eve — The Evolution of a Face Off Artist

A couple of years ago, after more than 15 years as a professional special makeup effects artist, I had the opportunity to be a part of the cast of Face Off – a makeup competition series on the SyFy channel…. Continue Reading →

Ex Machina

Blurring the dividing line between artificial intelligence and humanity, Ex Machina questions society’s perception of reality.

Fear the Walking Dead: Not Fade Away

It’s been nine days since the lights went out, the neighborhood fence went up and the National Guard moved in.

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