Redline is an Adrenal Junkie Stylish Racing Extravaganza

Concession Confession: High octane speed and a beautiful hand drawn art style gives there a lot to marvel at. Some of the plot surrounding the race is a little meandering but not enough to prevent this from being a complete joy ride. Logline: "Sweet" JP qualifies as a replacement to enter the Redline, the galaxy's … Continue reading Redline is an Adrenal Junkie Stylish Racing Extravaganza

Space Jam 2 Review: Welcome to Brand Synergy

Concessions Confession: Everything leading up to this made me believe this was going to be a disastrous spectacle that I just couldn't miss out on. However, it ends up being a mixed-bag of horrific and terrific as for every improvement to the original it missteps with noticeable flaw. Logline: LeBron upsets Warner Bros. Al. G. … Continue reading Space Jam 2 Review: Welcome to Brand Synergy

The Indie Spirit of A Ghost and The Boy with A Box on His Head

 Concessions Confession: Donnie Darko and Under the Silver Lake are reasonable comparisons to this shoestring budget indie that has so much “indie quirk” it almost becomes satirical. Some how creates the ultimate paradox of being filled to the brim with Indie filmmaking techniques and enthusiasm, but an experience that ends up coming across as hallow … Continue reading The Indie Spirit of A Ghost and The Boy with A Box on His Head

Does Netflix’s Latest Animated Original have Me ‘Over the Moon’?

Concessions Confession: Over the Moon shoots for the moon but ends up a pale Disney imitation. Yet, it’s sincerity and wholesomeness prove that it earns a place among the stars. Logline: Fei Fei builds a rocket to the moon to prove the existence of the Moon Goddess Chang’e. Fei Fei must present a gift if … Continue reading Does Netflix’s Latest Animated Original have Me ‘Over the Moon’?

Snoop a Peek at Agatha Christine: Next Door Spy

Concessions Confession: A wholesome tale that never feels anything exceptional but is a simple delight none the less. Log Line: Solving a simple convenient store robbery is an everyday case for child detective Agatha Christine. Making friends in a new neighborhood however, is not so simple. Did you know that Agatha Christie, famed fiction writer … Continue reading Snoop a Peek at Agatha Christine: Next Door Spy

The Invisible Guest (REVIEW)

Concessions Confession: The Invisible Guest is everything you’d want in a mystery thriller, full of twists, deception, and tantalizing crime.  Following the contemporary thriller format of misdirection and making the ‘mystery’ itself what needs to be solve; The Invisible Guest might take its trickery too far but never stops being engaging. Log Line: Spanish businessman … Continue reading The Invisible Guest (REVIEW)

I Have a Mental Breakdown – Pandamonium (FINALE)

This is a review of the script Pandamonium and a document of my descent into madness trying to rationalize it. It is heavily encouraged you start with part 1. Thank you. A Wild Plot Appears! Synopsis: However, when Molly calls her mom it appears as though the wish did not work. Billy fears that he’ll … Continue reading I Have a Mental Breakdown – Pandamonium (FINALE)

The Best Movie That Never Was! – Pandamonium (part 1)

Welcome to a Different Review We like to have fun here, whether that is reviewing a fantastically fun flick or an amazing anime series. This time we will be doing neither of those things…or both depending on how you look at it. Because today’s post is going to be a mock attempt at script coverage. … Continue reading The Best Movie That Never Was! – Pandamonium (part 1)

Graphic Design is My Passion, But Art is My Enemy! 6 Fanarts – Part 1

I Would Like To Preface This What makes an artist? A miserable little pile of secrets? Everyone knows it's the tools they use. Michelangelo refused to paint the Sistine Chapel with Crayola Crayons...that's a fact. Wikipedia that. So every great artist uses a fancy tablet and I am no different. So I am using a … Continue reading Graphic Design is My Passion, But Art is My Enemy! 6 Fanarts – Part 1

A Tale of The Two Popes

A film that demonstrates a rich dichotomy between ideological differences can be considered as old as film itself. Yet, international director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, Blindness) delivers with his recent film The Two Popes in constructing the perfect paradox of a film that feels entirely timeless as well as crucially contemporary.

Kiki’s Delivery Service – A Taste of Something Familiar

How’s this for a cold open: Kiki’s Delivery Service has an astounding 97% on the good old Rotten Tomatoes. It has one rotten review that has it at a 2/4. This one negative review is from certainly an interesting critic; look no further than their 2016 Best & Worst Films. The same year that: Zootopia, … Continue reading Kiki’s Delivery Service – A Taste of Something Familiar

My ‘Doctor Sleep’ Drinking Games Will Kill You!

Doctor Sleep, maybe more like Doctor puts me to Sleep; maybe more like Doctor I Can’t Sleep That Child Torture Scene is Pretty Intense. Doctor Sleep is the third Stephen King cocaine induced fever dream turned into a theatrical release this year and this one is very fascinating to me. I feel it is appropriate … Continue reading My ‘Doctor Sleep’ Drinking Games Will Kill You!