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Ryan Gosling (and Damien Chazelle) Aim for the Moon in First Man

Per Matt First Man is being hyped as a critically acclaimed movie that depicts Neil Armstrong’s fated journey in becoming the first man to walk on the moon, but it’s really just a complicated tale about a man who overcomes… Continue Reading →

Will Fear’s Season Finale Be The End of the Show?

Season 4 of Fear The Walking Dead was all about second chances. Second chances for these characters to make up for events that happened in the past, but more importantly, it’s a second chance for the series to lure fans… Continue Reading →

Manifest is Just Like Lost, But It Isn’t

Have you heard about the new TV show that’s being needlessly compared to Lost? Sure, there’s an airplane filled with unwitting passengers who are all tied to an impossible mystery. The plane gets destroyed. The people lose time. And somehow… Continue Reading →

Once Again, Preacher Defies Definition as a TV Show

Jesse just wants his soul back. Tulip just wants to escape Gran’ma. Cass just wants to be with Tulip. A cult of wannabe vampires just wants everlasting life. Herr Starr just wants Jesse as his Messiah for a new world…. Continue Reading →

Book vs. Movie: The House With a Clock in Its Walls

What’s the difference between the movie The House with a Clock in its Walls and the book that it’s based on? Many reviewers are praising this new movie as a fun and spooky movie that parents can see with their… Continue Reading →

Previewing Season 9 of The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead prepares for major changes with the upcoming Season 9 as new characters arrive, firmly established characters leave… and there’s also horseback rides involved!

Conjuring The Nun

To explain the reason for The Nun to be made, you have to go back to the original Conjuring. That movie started similar to The Amityville Horror, telling us that it is based on real events. This supposedly makes us… Continue Reading →

Puppets and People Tell a Mean Story in The Happytime Murders

Per Matt Not quite a mop; not quite a Muppet, these ain’t your father’s puppets. The Happytime Murders features a world where puppets cohabitate with humans. It’s sort of similar to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but less groundbreaking. And so… Continue Reading →

The Fantastic Four Return to the Marvel Comic Universe

The Fantastic Four is back! Well, not entirely, but Marvel’s new Fantastic Four comic book heralds the return of the World’s Greatest Comics Magazine’s monthly adventures, and it packs the feels with every page.

Disenchanted with Disenchantment

You might want to taper your expectations when watching this latest entry from the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama. I expected more from Matt Groening, but a couple episodes into watching Disenchantment, I became… oh, what’s the word I’m… Continue Reading →

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