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Die Hart 2 Fails on So Many Levels

Kevin Hart is one of the most beloved comedians of modern times. His style of comedy led him on a tour back in 2009, which turned into multiple yearly engagements, ultimately leading to his shows being filmed and released to… Continue Reading →

Plantasm Grows a New Adventure for the Aqua Teens

Per Matt The Aqua Teens will never die! While that statement is more opinion than reality, the fact of the matter is the O.G. animated program that premiered on the Adult Swim late-night block way back in 2001 truly is… Continue Reading →

Star Trek: Picard Isn’t Bold Enough

As a teenager in high school, my nights typically were a toss-up of video games, band practice or some RPG action within the Star Wars Universe. One night, I turned to our local Fox channel, hoping for something like Tales… Continue Reading →

Scream’s Shock Doc Brings True Terror to the Film Franchise

Shock Doc Sundays has a nice ring to it, especially when they air after the awards season, during the brief dead zone for major sporting events — that’s after the Super Bowl ends, but before Major League Baseball begins. If… Continue Reading →

The Last of Us is What The Walking Dead Should Have Been

Per Matt What if our planet’s climate changed, warming up just enough for mutating fungi and evolutionary monsters to take over the human race? No prevention. No cures. No hope for humanity. It’s a dire scenario for the new HBO… Continue Reading →

Dwayne Johnson’s Days in the DC Universe are Doomed

Per Matt Did you happen to catch DC League of Super-Pets or Black Adam in movie theaters this past year? If not, you weren’t alone. Both films underperformed at the post-pandemic box office, hauling in $207 million (on an estimated… Continue Reading →

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 →

Rian Johnson Continues His Knives Out Mystery with Glass Onion

Rian Johnson is one of pop culture’s most controversial icons. Sci-fi fans loathe him, as he took a massive dump on the beloved Star Wars franchise with The Last Jedi. Honestly, it was this travesty of a film that made… 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 →

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