Amazon’s Black Stars Shine by E.M. Lacey

This article was written by E.M. Lacey. She is a friend and extremely talented author. Her latest books include Minor Mischief and Trials of the Black Throne. Both physical and digital copies can be purchased online at the following link: amzn.to/3rGnKgP Celebrate Black History Month by supporting Black Creators, thank you. I was excited to see the Amazon Prime: Black Stars Collection pop up on … Continue reading Amazon’s Black Stars Shine by E.M. Lacey

The Eternals (2021) Review

I don’t know why writers use terms like “immortal” when the characters die so easy. Marvel introduced yet another cosmic street gang that live for a long time and never age. It’s enough people in this movie for them to start their own football team. These alien beings were credited as shepherds of humanity throughout history. When old enemies arrived, they teamed up to defend … Continue reading The Eternals (2021) Review

Jingle All The Way (1996) Review

He is the combination of 90s Sentai shows and Marvel’s Ironman. December is gone but I’m still in the holiday spirit. One Christmas film that stands the test of time is Jingle All The Way, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad. The film has a special place in my heart and you don’t have to wait until next year to watch it. Howard (Schwarzenegger), a father … Continue reading Jingle All The Way (1996) Review

Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) Review

Before we get into the review, my apologies to the AMC employee that had to mop up the pool of nerd sweat I secreted. There was too much cinematic goodness to behold. Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best entry to date. It is the culmination of storytelling for the wise cracking web-slinger going back nearly 20 years. Underage viewers won’t appreciate the nostalgia this … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) Review

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021) Review

The Ghostbusters franchise is one I hold in high regard. A ritual of my childhood revolved around viewing VHS tapes on repeat and stalking the TV guide for upcoming programs. To this day, I can’t tell you how many times I have seen the first two. Rumors of a third movie with the original cast floated around for over thirty years. I’m happy to say … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021) Review

Castlevania Season 4 (2021) Review

For the past four years, Castlevania has inspired me. The animation in the show is of the highest caliber. Even when my eyes were tired, I couldn’t turn off the TV. That is how spectacular the storytelling is. It has no equal or rival to compare, its simply in a class of its own. The voice talent really brought these characters to life with their … Continue reading Castlevania Season 4 (2021) Review

The Promised Neverland (2019) Review

My best friend recommended I watch this show. After the finale last night, I was highly upset with him. The Promised Neverland is good as grandma’s cooking. The story revolves around orphaned children raised to be “adopted” once they reach a certain age. It is an emotional rollercoaster from start to finish. Emma, Norman, and Ray are the main protagonists in this epic tale of … Continue reading The Promised Neverland (2019) Review

Helstrom (2020) Review

We’re keeping with the demonic possession theme. This time we’re exploring a Marvel property in the mature Hulu universe. Helstrom is rated R and all about that violence. It’s a breath of fresh air to see the more occult characters. Daimon and Ana Helstrom are siblings and the offspring of an extremely powerful entity. One that has the human and demon world shooketh. These two … Continue reading Helstrom (2020) Review