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Wrong Turn Reboot is the Right Choice for Terror

Alan B. McElroy reboots his own series for director Mike P. Nelson and the franchise is headed… in the right direction. (See what I did there?)

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Alan Tudyk Delivers Signature Weirdness in SyFy’s Resident Alien

Alan Tudyk delivers classic Alan Tudyk weirdness in SyFy’s newest Sci-Fi, Murder Mystery, Doctor Dramedy ‘Resident Alien!’

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Is The CW’s Walker Worth Your Time And Its Namesake? Yes And No

Walker premiered on The CW last Thursday, January 21st and was The CW’s most watched series premiere in the last five years. That’s quite the feather in the station’s cap, and hopefully salves the righteous burns they’re getting as the series premiere has generally been roasted by critics.

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Visual Effects God Gino Acevedo Talks Fish, Apes, and Umbrella Academy

I can finally say “looking back on 2020.” Ah, that phrase which I’ve longed for 366 days to say. (That’s right, remember, 2020 was a Leap Year). There are a lot of things we could say when looking back on 2020. Most of them I won’t mention because I don’t want to spark a collective […]

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Outside The Wire Delivers Popcorn Action to Brighten Up Your January

Is Anthony Mackie the new Terminator?! Close! But no cigar.(See what I did there? Because Schwarzenegger smokes cigars…)Netflix’s latest offering Outside the Wire drops us into the middle of a summer action movie, perhaps to warm up the dead of winter and whatever the hell else we’re calling the world right now. Yeah, So, Outside […]

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[REVIEW] Disney/Pixar Serve Up Another Heartwarming Tale with Soul

If 2020 needs anything to cap the year off on a positive note, it’s a good Disney/Pixar tale to give us all the warm-fuzzies and feels.

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[REVIEW] Fincher and Oldman Deliver a Full Dose of Cinematic Nostalgia in “Mank”

David Fincher presents, in a way that only he and few others could, the story of legendary screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (AKA Mank) and his struggle to complete the screenplay for “Citizen Kane” in a mere 60 days at a retreat outside of Victorville, CA in the late 1930s.

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‘Sound of Metal’ A Tour de Force in Agonizing Beauty (Review)

From the gritty opening moments showcasing the American indie band scene in all its screaming, sweating, black box rock house glory, to the moments of stillness, and the devastating beauty of dealing with life-altering trauma, my eyes were locked on Darius Marder’s poignant drama SOUND OF METAL until the final frame.

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Mother’s Little Helpers: Hulu’s Helstrom Review

I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting myself into when I decided to jump into Hulu’s newest horror offering Helstrom. So, I sat down to do a little digging before I tuned in. What The Hel Am I Watching? See what I did there? Anyway, turns out, we’re watching the leftovers of what was […]

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Baby Pogo vs Baby Yoda – An Interview with VFX Wizards Chris White and Aidan Martin

The first time I sat down with visual effects magicians Chris White and Aidan Martin, it was to talk about their work on the Netflix comedy Space Force, creating Marcus the Chimp. Chris and Aidan, a Visual Effects Supervisor and Animation Supervisor (respectively) at Weta Digital in Wellington, New Zealand, have a laundry list of […]