Yes: Prince Adam (He-Man’s alter ego) wore a pageboy haircut and white tights.
There are so many words that you can say about Stan Lee, but honestly, yesterday morning, I could hardly even think. I sat there staring at my screen with a blank face and all I could think about was, "I need to write something about this." Scrolling through my newsfeed, the news was (and still... Continue Reading →
I’m a big nerd and I hate football. But MAN, do I love a good football movie! They’re exactly the kind of high-spirited motivating fable to get me out and to the polls on Election Day.
The three great horror franchises each tap into potent fear systems. The most pedestrian of these is Halloween, that preys on the fears of any teen left alone in the house with the parents gone (Is that only the house settling or is Michael outside the window?). Friday the 13th ratchets the principle with a wagging... Continue Reading →
Even more than its perfect mix of surface-level jokes, subtle background wordplay, and slow-burning drawn-out gags, what Bojack Horseman captures that sets it apart from any other show that I have ever watched is its realistic and unapologetic commentary on one man dealing with issues of depression
Upon watching this teaser trailer, I got the vibe that this was going to be almost like a modern Buffy The Vampire Slayer. I'm going to save you Buffy fans the trouble and say that this isn't the show you've been waiting for to satiate your Buffy cravings. This is a very different show, but not... Continue Reading →
Tim Burton transcended time and culture with The Nightmare Before Christmas. In that act, he tore down the walls of holiday propriety and let out the monsters of Halloween Town. Whereas of yore, it was only acceptable for proper folk to pull on a boggart’s mask on All Hallow’s Eve, this film sunk its skeleton... Continue Reading →