It feels truly odd and jarring to write that title. Frankly, I have always felt that an artist’s choices and rights should supersede the desires and interest of the audience. It takes a tremendous amount of time and effort and … Continue reading Piracy: A Moral Imperative?
It is that time of year where all the major entertainment companies and mega corporations are having their giant promotional expos to tease the next year or so of projects. If you are remotely aware or interested in media, then … Continue reading The Duality of Projected Expectations
So, it seems the Warner Bros has maybe, perhaps, finally found someone to lead DC Studios (films, television, etc.) moving forward. Essentially, as they and the press put it, they have found their own ‘Kevin Feige’ to lead DC properties … Continue reading Another Attempt at a Plan?
This is probably the first A24 production that I was disappointed with. I have not liked every single film that the company has made mostly because it happens to have a massive variety in the types of movies it makes, … Continue reading Review: Bodies, Bodies, Bodies
So, this has been making the rounds… Now, I’m not going to link back to or state who the person who posted because it ultimately doesn’t matter. What is interesting and worth some inspection is the reaction, both positive and … Continue reading What Media Teaches
The latest edition to the Predator franchise was released last weekend on Hulu. While it is sad to see a classic summer blockbuster action franchise no longer premiering on the big screen, this in no way is a merit of … Continue reading Review: Prey (2022)
Off the bat, go see Thor: Love and Thunder. It is a good blockbuster flick. About on par with Thor: Ragnarok but seems lesser because unlike Ragnarok, this one had expectations of quality after the shift in quality from the … Continue reading Fickle “Fans”
Watched the new teen, supernatural drama starring a lesbian couple on Netflix this past weekend. I will be perfectly honest. First Kill is not a good show. It is a campy, teen drama based on a short story by V.E. … Continue reading Unfair & Unequal Standards
As a child, I loved reading mystery stories. Even with simple books intended for children, like GooseBumps, I was more interested and engaged in the novels that included a mystery element. Along with mystery books, I also watched shows like … Continue reading What Happened to the Mystery Genre?
Adaptations are always a difficult thing to undertake. There is the group that wants a direct, faithful interpretation of their beloved original work. Then there is the group that wants a new, grand vision for the masses. Of course, there … Continue reading Review: The Green Knight (2021)