The saddest moment I’ve ever experienced in a theater was 2017’s Logan, for obvious reasons. The second saddest moment was seeing Order 66 executed on screen in Episode III Revenge of the Sith. The third, was this week watching some of my favorite characters on screen wasted in the pitiful cash grab that is JusticeRead More
The landscape of criminal based programs in entertainment today reads like a road trip across all of the United States. Along the way you’ll find some gems like a great pulled pork sandwich or the world’s largest ball of twine but ultimately the drive is filled with hours of bland sameness. Sameness is the sinRead More
In early 2015, musical theater phenom and old school hip hop head Lin-Manuel Miranda unveils his new musical, Hamilton: An American Musical. A year and a half later, super-nerd and aspiring writer Ariel Rada (yours truly) puts his stubbornness aside and finally listens to the broadway recording that has enamored and consumed his family members,Read More
This week comic book movie fans received quite the shock as DC announced plans for not one but TWO Joker centric films. The clown prince of crime has long been a fan favorite at conventions and his female counterpart, Harley Quinn, is among the most cosplayed characters in fiction. Despite the characters’ popularity, it’s quiteRead More
1. Ewan McGregor That’s it. That’s the list. Don’t even play.
Marvel and Netflix have teamed up to provide some of the best superhero television shows in existence. The Defenders is the culmination of five seasons (some good, some bad) of their work. If you’ve somehow gotten this far into geekdom and haven’t check out the Marvel Netflix series (shame on you); Daredevil, Jessica Jones, LukeRead More
Before you embark on the seven book journey that is The Dark Tower, Stephen King opens with a prologue that informs the reader of the books that inspired his fantasy epic, Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. You and King both know that the Gunslinger’s tale is no trip to Mordor, in both epicness and entertainmentRead More