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Pandemonium Offers a Glimpse Into Hell

Contemplating the mysteries of life after death evokes a profound curiosity within me, stirring questions that linger on the boundaries of human understanding. Do we swiftly journey to realms of heaven or hell, as some believe, our fate determined by… Continue Reading →

Ricky Stanicky is Not a Champion, but John Cena Makes it a Contender

In the world of entertainment, the divide between a good comedy and a bad one mirrors the distinction found in professional wrestling. A good comedy, much like a skilled wrestler, possesses a finely tuned sense of timing and delivery, expertly… Continue Reading →

Despite an Impressive Cast, Argylle Loses its Grip on Reality

Spy movies consistently achieve success, appealing to a broad audience by offering a mix of elements that moviegoers crave: intrigue, mystique, action and adventure. Introducing a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor further solidifies their potential as great franchises, as evidenced by… Continue Reading →

Paul Reubens was More Than Just Pee-wee Herman

Per Matt Words cannot express the feelings… For the past three weeks, I’ve been struggling to encapsulate my thoughts. Paul Reubens, better known as Pee-wee Herman, has passed away after a six-year battle with cancer, which he kept very private…. Continue Reading →

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is a Worthy RPG Film

I have been a fan of role-playing games (RPGs) for many years. For those not in the know, an RPG is a game where players take on the persona of the character they are playing. You can become a galaxy-renowned… Continue Reading →

Lego Masters’ Season 2 Builds Drama, But No True Cliffhanger

If you build it, they will come. Well, not necessarily for Lego Masters. While Season 2 of the reality game show proved entertaining at a variety of times, the grand finale built up to an average ending, but there was… Continue Reading →

Lego Masters’ Season 2: Bigger, Better and Brickier?

What’s that phrase about sequels? I’m sure you’ve heard it mentioned millions of times in the past, so there’s no use in repeating it. Whether it’s true or not, that’s up for you to determine — I won’t judge your… Continue Reading →

Neil Gaiman Dreams Dangerously

Per Matt I have had a love affair with books for a long time, now. I remember checking out unusual novels in elementary school, but I guess it really amplified when I was a teenager. Certain topics and certain authors… Continue Reading →

Retelling The War of the Worlds

Per Matt H.G. Wells crafted one of the first — and possibly the best — interstellar conflicts with The War of the Worlds. Originally released as a serialized story in 1857, his was a genius tale describing a global alien… Continue Reading →

My Guilty Pleasure: Creepshow

What kind of images instantly come to your mind when Creepshow is mentioned? Not Shudder’s remake, but the movie from the ’80s.

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