Wifelike Review: Elena Kampouris Carries A Sci-Fi Lacking Fantasy

Leave it to activists to ruin the male fantasy. Ever since the 1960s, “activists” have been portrayed as the heroes in films because everyone wants to believe that if they were alive here in the 1960s that they would have been marching in Selma for civil rights. Because these people were born during the year … More Wifelike Review: Elena Kampouris Carries A Sci-Fi Lacking Fantasy

Orphan First Kill Review: Isabelle Fuhrman Is Fun, Twisted, and Entertaining

You may remember Isabelle Fuhrman from her role in the first Hunger Games movie as District 2’s knife-throwing assassin Clove but many of you remember her as Esther Albright, a serial killing child who is far more than the eye can see. It’s been thirteen years since “Orphan” was released with the very young Isabelle … More Orphan First Kill Review: Isabelle Fuhrman Is Fun, Twisted, and Entertaining

Emergency Declaration Review: A Disaster Film That Does Far Too Much

It is difficult to explain the film “Emergency Declaration” because it is about five movies jammed into one. On one hand, the film is a disaster movie, on another is a terrorist attack, on another is a race against time, on another it’s an international geopolitical thriller, and it is also a story of selfish … More Emergency Declaration Review: A Disaster Film That Does Far Too Much

Bodies Bodies Bodies Review: The Most Obnoxious Film Of The 21st Century

Two weeks ago, I made the proclamation that “Not Okay” was the worst movie of 2022. Just two weeks after holding the title, we have a new champion and that film is called “Bodies Bodies Bodies” A24 is a hit-or-miss production studio that has a massive fan base not among moviegoers but critics. For every … More Bodies Bodies Bodies Review: The Most Obnoxious Film Of The 21st Century

Warner Bros Discovery DUMPS Batgirl Movie Because It’s Terrible

  Warner Bros. Discovery has reportedly pulled the plug on their race-swapped Batgirl film. According to said source, test screenings of Batgirl were so widely panned by audiences that the studio chose to shelve the film and eat its entire reported budget of $70 Million – though the source claims it actually exceeds $100 Million … More Warner Bros Discovery DUMPS Batgirl Movie Because It’s Terrible

Marvel Adding Drag Queens To Disney+ Ironheart Series

  Marvel has announced that Ru Paul’s Drag Race star Jaren Kyei Merrell – better known by their stage name Shea Couleé – has officially been added to the cast of the studio’s upcoming Disney Plus series and Phase 5 gamble Ironheart. This is a highlight from “The Bar Room” podcast seen on this channel … More Marvel Adding Drag Queens To Disney+ Ironheart Series

Nickelodeon Offered Jennette McCurdy Hush Money To Stay Silent About Dan Schneider?

McCurdy was a long-time stable on the Nickelodeon children’s network starring on multiple hit shows such as “iCarly” and “Sam & Cat”. In her new memoir entitled “I’m Glad My Mom Died” McCurdy alleged Nickelodeon allegedly offered her $300,000 in “hush money” to keep silent about the abuse that she suffered working on those TV … More Nickelodeon Offered Jennette McCurdy Hush Money To Stay Silent About Dan Schneider?

They/Them Review: A Horror Film That Fears Homophobia & Transphobia

I have been looking forward to this film since NBCUniversal announced it was doing a horror film about a Christian gay conversion Camp filled with actors who are all members of the LGBTQ community. The synopsis of “They/Them” would make you believe this was a stone-cold lock to be one of the top 10 worst … More They/Them Review: A Horror Film That Fears Homophobia & Transphobia

Society Reviews Movie Night: The Frighteners (1996)

The Frighteners is a 1996 supernatural comedy horror film directed by Peter Jackson and co-written with Fran Walsh. The film stars Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Peter Dobson, John Astin, Dee Wallace Stone, Jeffrey Combs, R. Lee Ermey and Jake Busey. The Frighteners tells the story of Frank Bannister (Fox), an architect who practices necromancy, … More Society Reviews Movie Night: The Frighteners (1996)