We Saw The Inhumans: The IMAX Experience and Oh, Brother

By Stefano De La Cuesta “The Inhumans” have been a pillar of Marvel’s funny books for decades since they were conceived by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in the pages of Fantastic Four #45 (December 1965). However, their trip to other mediums of entertainment has Read More …

Baby Driver is a Familiar, Full Throttle Mashup Masterpiece [Review]

By Stefano De La Cuesta Baby Driver feels like the movie that filmmaker Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) was born to make. Although only his sixth full length feature in a relatively young career, Baby Driver feels as if it’s Read More …

Power Rangers Delivers Super-Powered Teens with Attitude….Eventually [Review]

by Max Levine Power Rangers is an action-adventure syndicated kids series that was created in the 1990s with the explicit purpose of selling overpriced toys to some dumbass kids. We were all those dumbass kids, and our parents collectively bought millions of those terrible toys, Read More …

Channel Zero: Candle Cove Tries to Bring Creepypasta to TV [Review]

Review by guest contributor Sammi Freund. On a niche retro television message board, a user brings up a long forgotten show from their childhood local TV station. As more users remember and bring forth memories, they share details about Candle Cove that seem believable for Read More …

The Malevolent Spirits of the Alien Film Franchise

By Andrew Tucker In 1979, Ridley Scott’s Alien famously boasted, “In space, no one can hear you scream,” and it certainly feels that way watching the film today. The Alien franchise is one that relies less on crying out-loud thrills and more on uncomfortable, disturbing Read More …

AMC’s Preacher Forges Its Own Path

by Andy Niemann Ever since Garth Ennis’s Preacher was announced for a television adaptation way back in 2013, I was skeptical, especially after learning of several other failed adaptations. Furthermore, it was announced that the AMC show was being helmed by stoner comedy duo Seth Rogen and Read More …

The Lobster is an Awkward, Painfully Honest Odyssey [Review]

By Max Levine Director Yorgos Lanthimos is an auteur of stringent, calculated discomfort. He satirizes and fetishizes the banal. He leaves you feeling repulsed, and yet somehow so much richer for having walked away with the experience of seeing his grotesque perspective. That’s at least Read More …

Knight of Cups is a Test of Patience With Few Rewards

By Max Levine Knight of Cups is technically a movie. It’s just a movie in the loosest, loosest sense of the word, in that it has an allotted length of time and a star-studded cast, but otherwise, it’s a calculated test of patience that serves Read More …