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Kyoto Animation Tragedy: 33 Dead in Arson Attack

In Kyoto, Japan, Kyoto Animation studios became the scene where a deadly attack unfolded, killing 33 people, and hurting dozens more in the late morning hours today.  Police report a 41-year-old suspect made his way onto the Kyoto Animation studio, also known as KyoAni, spraying gasoline. Before igniting the blaze, local news sources report the man was screaming “die.”  There were about 70 people ...[Read More]

Stranger Things Season 3 Delivers Thrills and Chills

If there is one show that has captured my very heart and soul it has to be Netflix‘s Stranger Things! Wouldn’t you know it, they released their third season on none other than the fourth of July. Many fans waited on the edge of their seats in anticipation for this most recent season. Yes, partially out of excitement but also the concern that if the first two seasons were amazing, surel...[Read More]

The Order Brings Magic and College Kids to Netflix

The Order focuses on Jake Morton, played by Jake Manley, a twenty something, just entering Belgrave University but his focus isn’t on women or education but revenge. The is a secret society at the university and Jake does whatever it takes in order to join the order. Turns out that The Order is a filled of witches and warlocks who have immense power and at the head of the order is Jake’...[Read More]

Toy Story Four-getable

Toy Story 4 was a nostalgic epilogue that left audiences wanting more. Making a fourth addition to a solid trilogy is always a risky move, especially with a franchise as beloved as Toy Story. The general premise is that toys have hidden lives when children are not playing with them, but dream of making the children that take care of them happy. For retro cowboy doll Woody, this means being loyal t...[Read More]

Men In Black International: Funny but Unmemorable

When the first Men in Black (or MIB as most would recall it) came out, it became an important movie from the 90s — the humor was fresh, the actors were good, and the idea of aliens secretly living right under our noses felt on point. Men in Black II was almost as good. Together, these two movies they left a large seat for Men in Black: International to fill. The new movie almost filled it. Almost....[Read More]

Dave Bautista Supports LGBTQ Community Against Controversial Bishop’s Tweet

By Jessica Carlson aka Laughingpuffin Dave Bautista – better known as Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy and professional WWE wrestler – is sticking up for the LGBTQ community, and his family. The actor took to Twitter on Sunday, and passionately responded to a comment by user @ThomasJTobin1.  Thomas J. Tobin is a bishop in Providence, RI, and an out-spoken opponent of the LGBTQ community and movem...[Read More]

Godzilla King of the Monsters: This is the Good Stuff

Tell me, what comes to mind when you think of Godzilla? Is it destruction? Kaijus? Badass beasts duking it out while humans can only look on in dread? If you answered yes to these questions then you are in for a treat when you see Godzilla King of the Monsters! Godzilla King of the Monsters is a sequel to 2014’s Godzilla and in the same universe as Kong: Skull Island! The world is now aware ...[Read More]

Tuca and Bertie Review

As a long time fan of Bojack Horseman, I was excited to hear the creators had been working on a project that would be released during the dry spell between season five and six. While Raphael Bob-Waksberg was an executive producer on both shows, he was not the lead creator of Tuca and Bertie, and it shows. Initial Thoughts Tuca and Bertie has a top notch voice cast and soundtrack reminiscent of spr...[Read More]

Detective Pikachu Movie Exceeds Expectations

Cards on the table, I tried to keep my expectations low for Detective Pikachu. After many half-hearted, sometimes creepy, live action adaptations of beloved cartoons; I had given up hope on finding a film that could pull it off. Against all odds, Detective Pikachu makes it work. Having made over 53.6 million dollars on opening weekend, Pikachu ranks in as the second most successful film of the Sum...[Read More]

And Now, Our Watch Has Ended: A Game of Thrones Review

Hey everyone! Tidesiren here, and with the end of a decade-long adventure, I thought it appropriate to address the dragon in the room… In 1991, George R. R. Martin started on a journey that, little did he know, would change cinematic and film history. Nowadays, most storytelling begins in books. His first book, A Game of Thrones, was published in 1996 and thereafter, followed four more installment...[Read More]

El Chicano Is a Different Kind of Super Hero Film

While the rest of the world is consumed with the awesome that is Avengers: Endgame , El Chicano sneaks into the arena of the super hero franchise. Directed by Ben Hernandez Bray, El Chicano focuses on Diego and Pedro who are twin brothers that grew up in East L.A. surrounded by gangs and violence. There was a person who hunted down gang members that was called El Chicano. Diego was able to better ...[Read More]

Black Summer is Everything I Ever Wanted from The Walking Dead

While the masses are hooked on the final season of Game of Thrones, Sabrina Season 2, and chomping at the bits for Avengers: Endgame, there is another show that popped up on Netflix that is fantastic. Black Summer is a fresh zombie apocalypse series that is hard, fast, and deadly. Now I know what you are thinking: “Another zombie show? We already had The Walking Dead and it is a slog now....[Read More]

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