The Daughter of Doctor Moreau is a novel by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, the author more well known for her breakout hit Mexican Gothic. Like Mexican Gothic, The Daughter of Doctor Moreau is a different take and perspective on established literary tropes … Continue reading Review: The Daughter of Doctor Moreau
This past weekend I drove about an hour to the nearest movie theater showing the very limited theatrical release of Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion, the sequel to his hit film Knives Out. The much anticipated follow up was only released … Continue reading The State of Film and Theaters
Netflix recently released a new children’s cartoon for its streaming service/schedule, Spirit Rangers. I know it may seem odd to specify that a cartoon is for children, but many animated projects are not intended for a younger audience as animation … Continue reading Review: Spirit Rangers
What is arguably one of the most, if not the most, anticipated films of the year, and for some time, came out in theaters this past weekend, and I have some complicated thoughts. Now, to begin, Wakanda Forever is unquestionably … Continue reading Review: Wakanda Forever
First, let me reiterate that Andor is not only the best Star Wars show, it is quite possibly the best television of the year. Yes, I am aware of the fantasy dragon and elf shows and the incredible dramas that … Continue reading History versus Mythos and the Necessity of Both
Enola Holmes 2 is one of those movies that I do not understand what it is trying to make or tell in its execution other than the first one was successful and Netflix wants to keep two of its bigger … Continue reading Review: Enola Holmes 2
I am sometimes amazed how much money, time, and talent is used to create the most mundane and mediocre creative projects. Now, this is by no means a recent or new issue as there has always been vanity creative output … Continue reading Review: Luckiest Girl Alive
Did you by any chance catch the story about the elephant and the woman in India? If not, the short of it is that an elephant basically killed a woman and then went and terrorized the woman’s funeral. Like, just … Continue reading Review: Blockbuster (2022)
Today marks the end of Día de los Muertos, the Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1st and 2nd (along with a few other days depending on location). It is a multiday remembrance of loved ones who have passed celebrating their … Continue reading ¡Feliz Día de los Muertos!
Well, the favorite holiday of candy enthusiasts, costume lovers, party attenders, and anyone who loves an excuse to dress up as their favorite pop culture icon without issue or question is upon us. Frankly, with how the last few years … Continue reading Happy Halloween!