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The Last of Us Brings the Post-Apocalyptic Game to Life

I’ll be the first to admit that The Last of Us was not a game I picked up on my PlayStation. It’s got nothing to do with the plot or themes. Lord knows I love myself a good post-apocalyptic adventure,… Continue Reading →

Forget the Terminator, M3GAN is the Her-minator!

Per Matt M3GAN is something like a Teddy Ruxpin-Skynet mashup, where the intended toy is meant to be the child’s protector, but it exceeds its original programming as it learns to become self-aware (with some assistance to its always-open internet… Continue Reading →

The Whale Sinks in Sorrow

Per Matt Brendan Fraser is a good actor. He is very capable of carrying a feature film squarely on his back, but it’s been a minute since he’s starred in a blockbuster. And if you believe in the clickbait articles,… Continue Reading →

Don’t Worry Darling Flips Florence Pugh’s Utopia Upside Down

Per Matt Growing up a Child of the ’80s, my life was forever changed when Dad brought home our very first VCR. Sure, there were more than a few embarrassing moments caught on camera that I haven’t been able to… Continue Reading →

Blumhouse Productions Must Release Another Compendium of Horror!

Per Matt As All Hallows’ Eve grows ever closer and the spooky season simply seems way too short, Blumhouse’s Compendium of Horror comes to a head. But why must this be the conclusion for such a great limited series? Now,… Continue Reading →

Smile Gives Me an Evil Grin for the Spooky Season

Per Matt The unexplained should not always be scary; but quite often, it is. Irrational fears can grow after experiencing something new, unexpected and unknown. But when all of these elements fit together nicely in a film, you’ve got yourself… Continue Reading →

Clerks III Inconveniently Saves the Best for Last

Per Matt Snoochie Boochies! The View Askewniverse is back, and this time, they wanna make a movie… In order to fully review Kevin Smith’s latest, Clerks III, I’ve got to explain my backstory with his films.

Ghosts’ Bed and Breakfast Meets Maximum Capacity

A house doesn’t have to be haunted in order for lingering spirits to be attached to the property. I believe in guardian angels, as well as mischievous souls stuck in Purgatory. Growing up in a very old farmhouse (which is… Continue Reading →

Channing Tatum and Lulu Take a Road Trip in Dog

When the term “buddy comedy” comes up, I typically think of films like Dumb and Dumber, Step Brothers and The Hangover series. These films fit the mold of what I see as some friends experiencing life together with lots of… Continue Reading →

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