Category Archives: Film/TV Reviews

Interstellar and Arrival: Poetry Put to Film.

Interstellar is a flawed masterpiece whose reach extended its grasp; yet I count Christopher Nolan’s space epic as one of the most inspiring movies I’ve seen. Why? Because it makes me feel more of the sense of the vastness of … Continue reading

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The Jungle Book Struggles to Find it’s Own Beat

I was nervous as I sat down to watch the “live action” Jungle Book. (Can it be called live action when all but one character are animated?) The animals just looked too big in the trailers. They were too big, … Continue reading

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Horror Marathon 2017: Diagnosis of They Look Like People

A man in his mid 20’s reconnects with a childhood friend who, currently having undergone a change in lifestyle that leads him to take charge more often,  invites him to stay with him until he leaves town. Also, he thinks humanity has been … Continue reading

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The Horror Marathon 2017: Diagnosis of Devil’s Candy

Warning: Mild Spoilers for Devil’s Candy ahead: Devil’s Candy is a film hard to describe. It is grotesque without showing much gore, macabre without reveling in it, surreal while grounded firmly in the reality of evil. It is a film … Continue reading

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Diagnosis of Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Can I have a show of hands for those of you, beautiful readers, who enjoyed the original Kingsman: The Secret Service? Awesome, I see a lot of you enjoyed it. How many of you were excited for Kingsman: The Golden … Continue reading

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