Ryan Green/Universal Halloween 2018 is here to cleanse your palate of the nine sequels and remakes of the original John Carpenter Halloween from 1978. And oh, what a fantastic cleansing it is! Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, is back in her “final” showdown against the masked Boogeyman knownRead More →

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When the sun goes down, and the band won’t play, I’ll always remember us this way….. Don’t sleep on the latest remake of A Star is Born. It’s top shelf tequila and will leave you delirious and hung over in a good way.  Who doesn’t love a GOOD love story?Read More →

When Marvel released The Avengers roughly ten years ago, it seemed like the event of a lifetime. It was. Our favorite superheroes together, uniting despite their differences and their possible initial dislike of each other, to “fight the battles that we never could”. Joss Whedon was in charge of directingRead More →

When I first read Fifty Shades, it was called Master of the Universe and it was Twilight fan fiction. And it was one of the most captivating things that I have ever read. I know what people say about it, but I have never cared. What I cared about wasRead More →

Full disclosure, I saw Murder on the Orient Express prior to it’s release and was supposed to have this review up prior to the release. But, honestly, I had trouble with it. A lot of trouble with it. Words couldn’t come to me and I wondered if I was writingRead More →

I love a good book and for me – JD Salinger has always been an author that I admire and love. He’s also been someone that I admire. So the excitement for Rebel in the Rye was real. This biopic of legendary author J.D. Salinger (Nicholas Hoult) details his relationshipRead More →

History’s harsh. If there is one thing we have learned over time, it’s that. There is no way of controlling peoples thoughts, perceptions, and interpretations of history. That’s the beauty and the pain of it. For me, I love to ingest all interpretations of history. I love to embrace it.Read More →