Warning: This article may contain spoilers from Andor Episode 12 After ten weeks, Andor concluded its first season today with “Rix Road.” The episode, which picks up immediately after its predecessor, focuses primarily on the funeral of Maarva Andor (Fiona Shaw), and converges nearly all of our central characters on Ferrix, culminating in a long-awaited revolution against…Read More
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Nobody’s Listening! – ‘Andor’ Episode 9 Review
Warning: This article may contain spoilers from Andor Episode 9 There’s a prison break looming. Andor returned this week following last week’s episode, “Narkina 5”, which introduced us to Cassian’s (Diego Luna) prison of the same name. Here we were introduced to how Imperial incarceration operates. Thanks to StarWars.com, we know that Cassian has spent over thirty…Read More
Aldhani – ‘Andor’ Episode 4 Review
After a stellar premiere of its first three episodes, Andor returned this week for its fourth episode. Episode 4 picks up off the heels of Cassian (Diego Luna) and Luthen’s (Stellan Skarsgård) escape from the planet Ferrix. With the Corpos still on the hunt, Cassian gets his first taste of the path that Luthen is…Read More
‘Andor’ – A Refreshing Approach to a Galaxy Far, Far Away
Nearly four years since its announcement, Lucasfilm’s newest live-action series, Andor, premieres tomorrow on Disney+. This debut comes off the heels of Lucasfilm and parent company Disney removing director Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron from its upcoming release calendar. This removal aligns with reports that Lucasfilm is concentrating further releases towards streaming as opposed to theatrical,…Read More
Is Streaming Now the Death Knell for Cable and Satellite?
Streaming is fantastic. Everyone is doing it. But, at what cost? It looks like your local TV and cable companies are about dead. Congrats!Read More
Are Toxic Fans Trying to Whitewash Captain America?
Who is Captain America? Well, if you ask THR and some idiot fans, it’s still Steve Rogers. Yeah, no. Now shut up.Read More
What Will it Take for WBD to Regain Our Trust?
Once the Warner Bros. Discovery merger was announced, we had a little hope for what WBD could do for DCEU. But can we trust them?Read More
Dallas Fan Expo 2022 – Our Experience
This past weekend, Dallas Fan Expo returned to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. The convention returned after a shorter-than-usual hiatus following the 2021 con being postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. However, the short turnaround time did not hurt the festivities, as fans came out in droves to celebrate. The Fan Expo had all you…Read More
Video Game Adaptations, Take Notes – Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a Blast
With so many references to the original video games, great character moments, and clever jokes for adults to enjoy, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is the adaptation that has saved me from video game movie hell.Read More
2022 SXSW Film Festival | Recap
A recap of the 2022 South by Southwest film festival.Read More
SXSW Review | Ti West’s X is a Horror Gift that Keeps Giving
In 105 minutes, X manages to soar beyond its script limitations to a part comedy, part horror flick that never taps into unfamiliar territory. Yet West’s creative spotlight on porn surpasses expectations.Read More
Moonfall – Review
Disaster movies. What’s there to say about them? At times, they are mindless entertainment with a hint of family drama. Or, they can be the perfect opportunities for filmmakers to explore ethical conflict when it comes to government, humanity, and decision-making. But one thing’s for certain: Hollywood can’t seem to get enough of them. Roland…Read More
2022 Sundance Film Festival – Recap
After ten days, 84 feature films, and 59 shorts, the Sundance Film Festival completed its 2022 slate of programming. Fans around the world raved about their favorite features, documentaries, and shorts, the juries and audience deliberated on the best films of each category, and I experienced festival fatigue like never before… It was all for…Read More
Ranking the Midnight Section of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival is a prestigious program of the Sundance Institute, a non-profit organization founded by Robert Redford in 1981. Committed to the growth and nurturing of independent artists, the annual film festival is a showcase for premieres of bold, innovative, and inspiring work that amplifies voices on an international scale. Each year, I…Read More
Why Hasn’t Hollywood Figured Out How to Make a Horror Comic Book Movie?
Marvel Studios have horror characters coming. DC Comics has a legion in waiting. So, why don’t we have a real horror comic book movie?Read More
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