Stan Lee: The Man Who Created Heroes

Stan Lee was a lot of things to a lot of people. He was one of the greatest comic book creators of all time. With the help of Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby, he forged what Marvel is today. But more importantly than his contributions was his ideology. He believed that one person could make... Continue Reading →

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Luke Cage and Iron Fist: Heroes on Unemployment

Recently it was announced that Netflix has cancelled two Marvel TV shows. Luke Cage and Iron Fist will not be receiving third seasons. There is a diverse amount of reactions to this news. Theories of a team-up show has arisen as well as conspiracies that the Disney Streaming service will be causing all of the... Continue Reading →

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1922: Murder Is Hard Work

This movie satisfies the self loathing part of our minds. I went into the film expecting some psychological thriller and instead got a depressing story about the tough life of people living in The United States in the 1920's. The 2017 Netflix movie, based on the Stephen King novel, was directed by Zak Hilditch. Like... Continue Reading →

First Man: Just watch the 1969 original

This movie was pretty boring. Personally, I love the real world moon landing and space exploration. Sadly those aspects were rushed over. The film mainly focuses on the life and struggles of Neil Armstrong's personal life. However a grounded movie about a man in space doesn't come off the right way. The 2018 film, directed... Continue Reading →

Venom: Not Your Grandma’s Comic Book Movie

  I'm actually upset with how much I enjoyed this movie. There are definitely problems and we'll get to those later, but overall it was entertaining. The 2018 anti-hero blockbuster, directed by┬áRuben Fleischer, felt like a good movie trapped inside a bad movie. There was extremely boring and pointless scenes, the bad guy was two-dimensional... Continue Reading →

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