This week, after seeing Justice League this past weekend, I was going to write a post about what I didn’t like about it. However, I couldn’t decide what to specifically write about: Do I write about how the film copied The Avengers but left out a crucial part – having a charming villain? Do I write about how Barry… Continue reading Rian Johnson was great before the Last Jedi
It’s not rocket science.
I recently wrote an article for No Coast Bias about the issues facing the upcoming Justice League movie. I hadn’t intended to write this post, but I saw Thor: Ragnarok the other day, which had a trailer for Justice League, and I just think that the movie looks so bad that I was compelled to put this post together. But… Continue reading Why the Justice League Movie Will Probably Suck
Ah, the Clip Show episode. It’s an inevitable staple of longrunning sitcoms and anime. It’s when a show has an episode which compiles some of the show’s most memorable moments. This is usually in the frame narrative of having characters reminisce over everything that has happened. Friends, Scrubs, The Office, The Cosby Show… if I listed every show to… Continue reading Seinfeld demonstrates how to do a proper clip show episode
Halloween is upon us, meaning that everyone is socially obligated to consume horror media. Horror, more than any other genre, forces the audience to tap into their emotion. The ultimate goal of many horror is to make the viewer feel the same dread and fear that the characters do. My issue is that movies in… Continue reading Spooky versus Scary: Prisoner of Azkaban as a Horror Film (Kind of)
2017 has been a tough year at the box office, but it’s been a good year for horror movies specifically. Movies like Split, Get Out, Resident Evil: the Final Chapter, Annabelle: Creation, and Happy Death Day all achieving relative success. But none of these successes were as big as the adaptation of Stephen King’s It, a horror movie about Pennywise, a killer… Continue reading The Future of Clowns
This week I had a new post in Areo Magazine about what the debut of Star Trek Discovery means for the future of streaming services. For the sake of the Star Trek franchise, I’m glad to hear that the series is doing well critically, but I kind of hope it fails on a commercial basis. With things like… Continue reading Star Trek Discovery and the Slow Invasion of Streaming Services