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Deep State’s Second Season Seeks Vengeance

Who are the real people who run the country? Not the ones who give never-ending press conferences and social media posts… it’s the government agents working overseas, acting with our country’s best interests at stake. It’s the government contractors who… Continue Reading →

Joker’s Wild: Joaquin Phoenix as the New Joker?

Joaquin Phoenix is the new face of the Joker — unofficially. The public gets a new incarnation of the Joker to grace the silver screen with each actor cast. The much-lauded method actor will bring a unique interpretation to the… Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Get Happy! on SyFy Channel

It’s hard not to fall immediately in love with Happy!, the SyFy channel’s adaptation of Grant Morrison’s gritty, dark comedy about a hitman trying to save lives in a godless metropolis with the help of his invisible sidekick. It’s actually… Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Give Preacher The Chance It Deserves

AMC’sĀ PreacherĀ has unfortunately languished in relative obscurity. I confess that this has been a constant source of consternation and confusion for me. The TV show is backed and produced by Seth Rogan. Its source material is one of the more famous… Continue Reading →

Spider-Man: Homecoming — A Trailer With Roots

Peter Parker is back to his comic book roots with a modern-day feel in this summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. The latest trailer simplifies and adds more complexities to the life of the Marvel Comics mainstay.

Taboo Isn’t Quite Scandalous

Taboo is the new atmospheric and brooding series that was developed by Tom Hardy and his father, Chips. The first episode is beautifully shot, well acted and intriguing. It is not, however, heavy on plot and doesn’t seem to invoke… Continue Reading →

Batman: The Killing Joke — A Flawed Adaptation of the Dark Graphic Novel

What’s the opposite of ideal? What word represents the the most evil, dark-hearted, perverse version of a thing? What is the inverse of a paradigm?

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen limitless bounds. Captain America became the first hero to convert from comic book pages to the big screen back in 1944, and since Blade came along in 1998, a superhero trend has escalated in… Continue Reading →

Jason David Frank Talks New Power Rangers Movie and Gritty Reboot

He’s faced multiple threats on television and movies as a Power Ranger, but one of the biggest struggles of Jason David Frank’s career is remaining grounded.

Previewing Death Yard Haunted Attraction

Per Matt There’s a good possibility that Death Yard Haunted Attraction is actually haunted in real life… but there’s only one way to find out!

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