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Fear Finale Raises Questions About The Walking Dead’s Future

Tough calls can easily flip the best-laid plans. That’s why the last few minutes of Fear The Walking Dead‘s season finale, “End of the Line,” actually feel appropriate for the franchise (along with its title), as a main character is… Continue Reading →

Halloween Turns 40 (And Doesn’t Miss a Bloody Beat)

Per Matt 40 years have not been kind to Laurie Strode.

Legion: What Exactly Happened in Season 1?

After binge watching Legion and re-watching many of those same eight episodes of Season 1 a second time, I’m still unsure of the show’s canon and what was a figment of the main character’s imagination, but it sure was great…. Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman and the Definition of the Modern-Day Superhero

Per Matt Throughout the years, different types of heroes have emerged. Those of the 1930s were vastly different from those of the early ’80s, ‘the 90s and even today. Superheroes reveal the story of America, so, what exactly does the… Continue Reading →

American Gods: The Devil’s in the Details (But Not in The Bone Orchard)

Here’s a question: How do you convert a character created in a written medium to one expressed in a visual medium? How do you adapt to this new medium if the character is known to be quiet and reserved, to… Continue Reading →

The Power of Music and Movies

For as long as movies have existed, there has been music to accompany it. Only the earliest films ever made didn’t have in-house piano and organ music, before silent pictures moved to sound. The first full-length film to include synchronized… Continue Reading →

The Blair Witch Still Haunts Us Today

A little over 17 years ago, The Blair Witch Project hit theaters and went on to earn more than 330 times its sub-million-dollar budget at the box office. The movie has become a standout success in the horror genre.

Justice League vs. Teen Titans — A Titans Tale

There’s too much teen drama in DC Comics’ latest animated movie, Justice League vs. Teen Titans. That’s unfortunate, considering the epic roster of heroes and nicely animated style.

Voltron: Legendary Defender — A Light and Fun Adventure

“Why do they have to form Voltron every time?” my 6-year-old pondered. When I was his age, I had the same thought. Some things never change.

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Doc of the Dead explores the Zombie genre and the many prominent figures who have helped propel the undead craze to untold depths.

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