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Gringo Was Refreshing and Enjoyable!

GRINGO, a dark comedy mixed with white-knuckle action and dramatic intrigue, explores the battle of survival for businessman Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) when he finds himself crossing the line from law-abiding citizen to wanted criminal. –IMDB When I first watched the trailer for Gringo and watched characters argue over money, drugs, and get into gun fights I assumed it was just another a...[Read More]

Game Night: A Surprisingly Great Film

When I first saw the trailer for Game Night, I pegged it for an alright film with a few solid chuckles. Well, I was dead wrong. Game Night is a film where a group of friends gather for a night of gaming, this time with the main character, Max played by Jason Bateman ‘s more successful brother, Brooks played by Kyle Chandler, as the host. In an attempt to one up the Max, the brother stages a ...[Read More]

Sticks, Stones, and Claymation: Early Man Review

Written by Mary Palma Early Man is the latest from Wallace & Gromit creator Nick Park and Aardman Animation. This new film focuses on the story of Dug (Eddie Redmayne) and his stone age tribe, who live in a lush valley surrounded by wasteland. The gang is about to enjoy a rabbit feast when giant mammoths appear, ridden by people from the badlands who wish to mine their valley home for bronze. ...[Read More]

Paddington 2 is Everything You Could Ever Want From A Kid’s Film!

Paddington 2 is Everything You Could Ever Want From A Kid’s Film! By Mary Vendega For those of you who haven’t seen Paddington’s 2015 foray into film (98% on RT), it’s on Netflix. I’ll wait… Oh, good, you’re back! In this next installment, our fuzzy little protagonist (voiced by Ben Whishaw) is well settled in with the Browns and their charming London neig...[Read More]

Cobalt Cosplay Takes On the Final MCM London Comic Con!

Cobalt Takes on the ‘Final’ MCM London! Hey friends! it is Cobalt Cosplay here and with help from DemoraFairy Photography, we got to check out MCM London Comic Con  MCM London Comic con began with the news that American company ReedPop were taking over the British company, so it quickly spread that this would be known as the “Last MCM” since no-one knows quite what they will change nex...[Read More]

American Gods Review

American Gods Review By Vango Fett The story of gods and man is as old as recorded history itself. The many incarnations that we know today have changed over thousands of years, some skewed into obscurity, and others forgotten entirely. However, even the oldest of gods find their ways back into the present lives of those who didn’t even know they existed before. Pulled from the fires of Hel or fro...[Read More]

Review: Friend Request

Review: Friend Request Horror movie season is in full effect and we are seeing a number of great titles such as IT, Annabelle: Creation, Wish Upon, and more. A new film by the name of Friend Request has hit the silver screen and it is looking to spook viewers with techno horror. The main story is a popular girl at school, Laura, played by Alycia Debnam-Carey, adds a class mate by the name of Marin...[Read More]

DeLa Doll Thoughts: Bliss Is Not A Stereotype

DeLa Doll Thoughts: Bliss is not a stereotype By DeLa Doll Cosplay I have some mixed feelings. Initially, I was cautiously enthused (an oxymoron, I know) about the fact that there would be a fourth Powerpuff Girl, and that she would be black. I’m one of those people that gets sad when a story ends. I always want universes to keep building upon themselves and giving me something new (within r...[Read More]

Review: mother!

Review: mother! I walked into mother! knowing absolutely nothing about the film or the director, Darren Aronofsky. All I knew about the film was that it involved Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as lovers and there were issues. Little did I know that I would watch one of the most stressful films I had ever seen in my life and somehow come out of it loving every minute of it. Why was it so stres...[Read More]

Rebel In the Rye Review

Rebel In the Rye Review Often times we consider those who have achieved such great success as perfect human beings. They seem to have unlocked certain mysteries in life that elude so many of us. Rebel In The Rye is about J.D. Salinger who wrote the classical The Catcher in the Rye novel that is adored by so many. It shows his journey from being an unpolished delinquent to a brilliant writer. I am ...[Read More]

DragonCon 2017: the Good, the Bad, and the Chair

DragonCon 2017: the Good, the Bad, and the Chair Written by Dela Doll Cosplay For five days, nerds of every color and creed swarmed every nook and cranny of downtown Atlanta…and it was epic in every sense of the word. DragonCon 2017 was my very first, and I found myself amazed in overwhelmed. I’ve heard for years that DragonCon was regarded as a “party con”, and discovered ...[Read More]

Review/Giveaway: Archaica The Path of Light

Review: Archaica The Path of Light Ah puzzle games, the perfect combination of zoning out and racking your brain. It’d been a while since I’d had a good puzzle game that could strike a balance between being challenging and able to hold my attention without being frustratingly difficult. I enjoy a nice challenge that’s within reason, and TwoMammoths walks that line like a champ wi...[Read More]

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