I’m pretty sure there is nothing more iconic than a classic noir film. But before movies existed, the detective novel was in it’s spot. There are some serious classics out there like the
It’s the last movie review before spooky season officially begins. After this, I’ll deliver a whole month of nothing but horror movie reviews. That being said, we’re getting set for the
I absolutely love going down the rabbit hole sometimes. I’m talking about conspiracy theories. There are some I think are totally dumb, like that vaccines cause autism or that the United
I own all the Jurassic Park movies on DVD. I’m not cool enough for a blue ray player. FINALLY! Jurassic Park is able to be streamed on Netflix! I can finally just open up my parents…I mean,
Last week I wrote about the literary classic East of Eden. This week I’m tackling the first book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series A Game of Thrones. I’m probably the least committed fan
Not every movie is a gem. I know it may seem that tend to review only good stuff, but that’s mainly because it’s what I like. I know it’s good, so I watch or read it and then review it.
It’s almost unfair to be doing a review of a truly classic book. They’re classics for a reason. Despite that, I decided to do a review of one of my all-time favorite books: East of Eden by John
I’ve been a fan of Michael Cera since I first saw him on screen in Superbad way back in 2007. Then again in Juno at the end of 2007. So, when Scott Pilgrim vs. the World came out in 2010 I had to