Per Matt Thinking back, it’s been a while since I’ve watched a film that featured the exploits of a group of social outcasts who come together to form an unlikely and unconventional “family,” while paired with an infant. The original… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Ti West is an indie filmmaker who should already be on everybody’s radar. Within a 20-year span of time, he entered the film industry by releasing short films, which led to lower-budgeted releases, genre television and eventually working… Continue Reading →
Per Matt It somehow seems appropriate to finally watch Zombie while there’s an ongoing worldwide pandemic. Frankly, I’m shocked I didn’t know more about the resulting pop-culture affects of the undead cult classic, which was released way back in 1979…. Continue Reading →
Ships have gone missing, planes have been downed, people have disappeared off the face of the Earth. And through it all, the Alaska Triangle is still one of the most misunderstood locations throughout planet Earth.
Through 15 episodes, Final Space has created bizarre situations for its characters, along with some pretty good laughs, but the animated galactic sci-fi show shines when it deals with family ties. In fact, its sad episodes are much more effective… Continue Reading →
As a kid, I read lots of National Geographic magazines. I loved the articles about ancient ruins and ghost towns. There was a certain arcane and magical charm that I saw in those decaying structures. It was easy to picture… Continue Reading →
Located just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, lies a 140-acre island engulfed within a 220-year-old unsolved mystery. There’s been endless speculation of possible buried treasure there, connecting its origins to pirates, King Solomon’s temple, Spanish gold, Freemasons and… Continue Reading →