Top 5 Reasons to Start a Podcast

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re intrigued by the idea. You just need someone to talk you into it. So, here are the Top 5 reasons (and benefits) for starting a podcast. Sign up for the newsletter to stay up to date on new content and podcast episodes. 5/5You Like Yapping “You talk too much” is a tough pill to swallow, no matter how … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Start a Podcast

The Black Phone (2022) Review

Ethan Hawke is extremely underrated. He’s a versatile performer capable of playing both a convincing hero and villain. In The Black Phone he plays the role of a child murderer named The Grabber. His performance is unpredictable and deeply unnerving. The director, Scott Derrickson, known for Doctor Strange and Deliver Us from Evil does not shy away from showing child abuse in this film. Kids can be evil assholes. This is highlighted in great detail with one of the main characters, Finney (Mason Thames), who is bullied both at home and in school. His younger … Continue reading The Black Phone (2022) Review

Day Shift (2022) Review

Netflix produces a handful of poor-quality films. Day Shift is a welcome exception to the trend. Starring Jamie Foxx as Bud Jablonski, a loving father who works for a group of covert vampire hunters. This is an action comedy, so don’t expect logical decisions or realistic dialogue. The movie is jampacked with ultraviolent fight scenes. It is balanced by the humor between Bud and his partner Seth … Continue reading Day Shift (2022) Review

Prey (2022) Review

Disney purchasing 20th Century Fox, is the best thing that could have happened to the Predator franchise. The quality of films declined with installments like Alien vs Predator. As a child, they’re entertaining but upon revisiting them as an adult, it’s evident they haven’t aged well. This is in part due to the demystification of the antagonist or villain. An issue plaguing iconic slashers in the horror … Continue reading Prey (2022) Review

A clown with chalky white skin with a bulbous-shaped head. On the forehead are cracks and veins that resemble an eggshell. A sinister smile reveals sharp buck teeth. Two red streaks run from the corners of his mouth up his cheeks and pass his brows. Red plumes of hair stick out from the side of its head.

Top 6 Killer Clowns You Have to Watch

October is a few months away, and the season of the witch is nigh. Horror fans are no doubt itching to watch content filled with gore, jump scares, and supernatural creatures. Clowns often get a bad reputation in the media. Partly due to real-life serial killers who used this disguise in addition to creeps trying to lure kids into the woods back in 2016. Since … Continue reading Top 6 Killer Clowns You Have to Watch

Bold golden letters in an elegant metallic font spell out the title, "Tales of Novia."

Tales of Novia: Vol. 1, Book 1

Tales of Novia is a magnificent collection of character driven stories. The world is immersive and rich in detail. Danger is around every corner. It’s a magical ecosystem of excitement and mystery. There is never a dull moment in the land of Novia! Written by USA Today Bestselling author, Jessica Cage, Volume 1 introduces a number of supernatural beings with in-depth backstories. Some cross paths … Continue reading Tales of Novia: Vol. 1, Book 1

A killer wearing a pasty White mask resembling William Shatner. He stands looking menacing and inhuman with pitch Black eyes. The mask he wears has a blank expression and has no emotion.

The Halloween Ends Trailer is Awesome!

The finale of the Halloween trilogy is three months away! Last night, the trailer for Halloween Ends released online. The iconic slasher, Michael Myers aka The Shape, is back to reign terror on the people of Haddonfield. Or is he? Scenes from the trailer indicate something strange is afoot. Breakdown videos on YouTube highlight the fact that when Michael enters the home of Laurie Strode … Continue reading The Halloween Ends Trailer is Awesome!

Thor, the God of Thunder, engages in a battle wielding the Thunderbolt of Zeus against his battle axe, Stormbreaker. Yellow and blue energy emanates from both weapons as Thor screams a battle cry.

Thor: Love & Thunder (2022) Review

I’m at the point in my life where I can gauge the quality of a film from the preview trailer. I recommend you go into Thor: Love and Thunder, with relatively low expectations. Even so, this did not quell my disappointment. The villain, Gorr the God Butcher, is an inappropriate choice for the narrative. Thus, creating a tonal conflict that plagued the entire story. This entry in the Thor … Continue reading Thor: Love & Thunder (2022) Review

Tom Cruise, as Navy pilot Maverick, stares at sun setting near his Super Hornet air craft.

Top Gun: Maverick (2022) Review

Why is this film in the billion-dollar club? Top Gun: Maverick is spectacular! When I watched this in the theater, I flinched and shouted from the tension onscreen, which only happens when I’m on a roller coaster or airplane. So, it was super effective. I have not seen Top Gun (1986). Yet, I managed to enjoy this without feeling lost or confused, a testament to … Continue reading Top Gun: Maverick (2022) Review

Hotshot Vol. 1: A Hero’s Welcome

There comes a time when you see a deal online you can’t resist. What is it you say? The Kickstarter for Hotshot Vol. 1 and 2 from Freestyle Komics. I already own the first two single issues. With both physical volumes available, how could I resist? The titular hero, Hotshot, winks at me and says, “Jeremy, you’re the ‘real’ hero because you’re going to make this project a reality.” That is why … Continue reading Hotshot Vol. 1: A Hero’s Welcome