THROUGH LEVELS OF LOVE: How Link And Zelda Taught Me About Romance & Commitment

An alternate perspective on relationships through video games.

IT (2017)

Saw it with my wife. I’ve seen the original with Tim Curry, and considering that one, this newer one held it’s own. The special effects did not spoil anything. There were lots of creepy scenes and they set a good mood overall. The characters all had good background story lines and believable personalities. Pennywise was aContinue reading “IT (2017)”

GLOW (tv): a Female’s Perspective

As a product of the 70’s and 80’s, there really wasn’t too much going on except for the Saturday Morning cartoon. I was way too young to understand SNL and was pretty much stuck watching Lawrence Welk (bubbles and accordion music, oh my). One day, my mom introduced something magical to my brother and I. Gorgeous LadiesContinue reading “GLOW (tv): a Female’s Perspective”

Wondercon (2017)

I didn’t read a lot of comics when I was a kid with the exception of the Archie Comics and the little comics they would give you at Bob’s Big Boy (yes I am aging myself). I knew a few of my friends were really into it and have been more than a few timesContinue reading “Wondercon (2017)”


– Makes just about all other movies about super heroes with super powers feel dated by comparison. – I didn’t know anything about the new characters, and I still cared about them by the end. That’s more than I can say for most of the MCU movies. – Everyone was perfectly cast, especially X-23 andContinue reading “Logan”

T2 Trainspotting

“The world keeps changing… even if you don’t.” – Here’s what hasn’t changed in the 2 decades since I first saw Trainspotting: my crush on Kelly Macdonald and my appreciation for Danny Boyle’s best films (e.g. Slumdog Millionaire, 28 Days Later), and his not-so-great ones like the Beach, Steve Jobs, and Trainspotting 2. – IContinue reading “T2 Trainspotting”

Hell or High Water

– Other critics have called it a neo or contemporary western but that classification does not do it justice. Hell or High Water dusts off a mirror to show us exactly what warped sense of justice we have in the good ole US of A. – A perfect example of the end justifying the means,Continue reading “Hell or High Water”