Always After-School: K-ON! Review

So after watching Toradora, a very melodramatic romantic comedy, it only seems fitting that I would follow it up with the exact opposite. Also fun fact in between watching K-ON! I decided to watch Synecdoche, New York which is a film about existential dread (safe to say emotionally I’ve been all over the place with […]

Geeks, Freaks, and Automobiles! Carnival of Souls Review

https://youtu.be/7goumTeBABw Carnival of Souls is best summarized as weird, cheap, but not lacking passion… I only hope I did it justice. I’d be lying if I said I was 100% glad how this review turned out, apologizes for lackluster efforts in terms of sound mixing and making the video entertaining but I think it certainly […]

An Anime ‘Community’? – The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Review

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is a delightful show that after finishing the marvel that is the series film/holiday special The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya I’m glad I decided to check out. I will try my best to represent the show as it’s always fun to try to describe an atypical show with its own […]

Why are Kids Playing with Poop?

This all sounds very unsanitary. Don’t worry your children are not playing with actual crap, well most of them anyway. The board game industry is an interesting market, I want to say that with computers and tablets now that traditional games have been eclipsed as the go-to relievers of boredom but I do see that […]

I Feel Empty, Is There Any Redemption in Amy Schumer’s Controversial Comedy? [Review]

Amy Schumer’s, I Feel Pretty is the perfect movie for a girl’s night out… wait I’m sorry I read my notes wrong I meant to say it’s perfect for a prelude to a suicide pact. A lot of the “positive” reviews have that it’s “a girl’s night out” movies and just wow, what kind of […]

Netflix Quick Review: Adventures in Public School

Adventures in Public School is the perfect film, for when you don’t want to feel the actual emotion-packed into To All The Boys I’ve Loved, but your not at the point of self-loathing that you actually waste your time watching The Package. Netflix finally pulled the cord and now people like me might be outlet […]

The Spam Story – Tale of a Bot Commenter

Everyday these brave little toasters share their thoughts and we often dismiss them as nonsense. Today I share one of their stories. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsZVO41iSAg   The Full story by Slot Joint Mobile Casino: I am just about ready to hand oger my ritualistic morning read of the Wall Street Journal. Particularly die hard, I know, but […]

What a Fun Show! ‘The Devil is a Part-Timer!’ (Anime Review)

Do you like anime? Of course you do, I mean you clicked to read this didn’t you? Today I have a good recommendation to you if you want to feel the dread that came with being a fan of Freaks and Geeks. Let’s talk about about The Devil is a Part-Timer!.    So with those […]

‘A Perfect Man’ is Unintentionally Kinda Funny (Review)

I’m not going to say much on A Perfect Man (2013) because honestly, who gives a fudge about A Perfect Man. I’m just going to ramble nonsensically but this movie is lowkey hilarious. You know the dialogue is bad when I watch the opening scene and think that this is some kind of “movie within […]

Why ‘Blockers’ is Everything Wrong With Movies

Blockers is the perfect summation of everything I find wrong with movies today. I’m sure most of you would jump in to say how Transformers 5 or The Emoji Movie would be a better fit for such a claim; I would argue that Blockers demonstrates how through shallow manipulation a giant turd such as this […]

Vine Star’s Awful Comedy Movie – Holiday Breakup (At the Movies #2)

https://youtu.be/Ys_f55YR5JM I’m glad vine is dead. The video is admittedly a little rough around the edges but I mean so is sand paper. Sorry my thoughts aren’t very cohesive in this one either, in my defense this movie slowly eats away at your IQ I swear.  Below while be the video script if you’re one […]

Hannah Gadsby’s Comedy Special ‘Nanette’ is Divisive yet Fascinating

Where does one even begin to discuss this special? I pretty much like to keep the peace so I’m going to be walking on more eggshells than that time your teacher dropped all the those eggs off a ladder. I’m sorry Ms. Robinson, how was I supposed to know what to do with 5 cotton […]

Netflix Finally Did It! ‘set it up’ is the First Decent Original Movie!

  Netflix did it, maybe my standards have slowly been chipped away but Netflix finally made a “good” movie. In fairness, I haven’t seen every Netflix film, and I’ve missed some recent ones in Kissing Booth (no thank you) and Alex Strangelove or how I Learned to Stop Worry and Love a Guy. Netflix always […]

‘Eighth Grade’ Bo Burnham’s Directorial Debut has its charm.

I just saw Eighth Grade and it was delightful. Comedian Bo Burnham makes his directorial debut and it seems to fit the introspective material that has been the staple of his young career. Despite Burnham having a great sense of humor, I wouldn’t sell you this movie as a comedy. The film certainly has its […]

A Small Comedy Impresses in ‘The Big Sick’

The Modern movie-making climate largely revolves around spectacle. With advancements in SFX the ability to generate grander than life visuals to captivate the masses. The Great Train Robbery (Porter, 1903) and a Trip to the Moon (Milies, 1902) are exemplary of how the moving picture has always been about creating some sort of enticement to […]

It’s Complicated “That Night at the Desca” A Short Script by K.

{So… something a little different this time. I went on small road trip and took the time to try an attempt some script writing. I didn’t preconceive this script at all I just kind of had nothing better to do, thought of a location and started rolling with it. As for screenplay formatting it’s not […]

3 Ideas Worse Than ‘The Emoji Movie’

The Emoji Movie is being decreed as a sign of the end of times, a movie that marks almost everything wrong with modern cinema. While The Emoji Movie is the epitome of a film “no one really wanted” and while I intend on avoiding this movie like the plague, it makes sense to me. Like it or not […]

Remember the Classics: Paramount Serves its Perfect Dish in ‘Duck Soup’

A film comes together similar to a main dish, a mix of ingredients following a recipe established by the kitchen. For a film, that kitchen that controls the ingredients and creates the recipes that distinguished the dish from another kitchen is the production studio. Classic Hollywood’s Big Five studios ( Warner Bros., Paramount, Universal, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, […]

The Perfect Minions Movie Doesn’t Exi-

The Minions are the beloved mascots of the Illumination Entertainment and a continuing global phenomenon. Introduced in the first Installment of the Despicable Me Franchise had the adorable yellow creature assisting Gru, a Steve Carrell voiced character as he transitions from a treacherous villain to heroic good doer and father figure. The minions started as adorable comic […]

3 Film/Franchise Ideas That Hollywood Should Look Into

It seems that Hollywood is willing to turn anything into a film/franchise these days. With questionably bizarre films such as The Emoji Movie truly mystifying film viewers on how this got made. It has almost gotten to the point where almost any recognizable brand has a chance of becoming a film these days. With that […]

Shimmer Lake: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Review

Shimmer Lake is a recently released Netflix Original Film, that may spark some interest. The film centers around a local small-town sheriff, Zeke Sikes (Benjamin Walker) trying to catch a group of bank robbers. However, the story unfolds in a rather peculiar way as the events on screen are portrayed in reverse, winding back the […]

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Reviewed. Underrated or Underwhelming?

Being a superhero only requires two things: The will to save the day and that you wear your underwear on the outside. This long-lasting school yard mockery of classic superhero designs seemed to be a great deal of inspiration for Dav Pilkey. Pilkey decided to channel the creativity of an immature child and answer the […]

Fist Fight: a Nice Hit or a Slap in the Face

Fist Fight is a modern comedy featuring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day and rapper/actor Ice Cube.  Fist Fight answers the age-old question of instead students laying down on the playground what if your teachers decided to settle their beef out there instead? The stakes this time go beyond having your lunch money […]