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TV SERIES REVIEW: Marvel and Hulu’s ‘The Runaways’

TV SERIES REVIEW: Marvel and Hulu’s ‘The Runaways’

Marvel and Brian K.  Vaughn’s The Runaways has been a personal favorite comic book series of mine since I got my hands on it from my local library in late 2010. This coming of age story of a group of teenagers who learn their parents are part of an evil crime syndicate spoke to me

REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘Death Note’

Film adaptations of the graphic medium. Especially Japanese Manga to live action cinema transitions has seemingly proven time and time again to be difficult endeavors. Doing nothing but display the fact that American film studios have little to no idea what anime fans actually want. Buying up franchises we hold near and dear to us

SPOILERS! ‘Alien: Covenant’ Cements The Saga Belongs To Michael Fassbender

I decided instead of writing a limited and haphazard spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant, I’d focus more on where the state of the franchise is after this released and what the future holds for Ridley Scott’s potential sequels. BE WARNED IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN ALIEN: COVENANT THERE ARE SPOILERS GALORE IN THIS ARTICLE! We’ve known

FILM REVIEW: ‘Guardians 2’ Builds On The What The First One Did and Kicks Us In The Heart

It’s been clear since James Gunn first announced plans to write and direct the sequel to the much-beloved Guardians of The Galaxy that family would be its centric theme. However, I never could imagine how much Guardians of The Galaxy Vol.2 would move beyond just Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and his relationship with his

FILM REVIEW: ‘Saban’s Power Rangers’

Power Rangers when you hear the name in your older years it’s filled with nostalgia of a show brimming with campy greatness giant robot fights cheeseball obscure villains and of course teens with attitude. Saban’s Power Rangers have gone through over 20  TV incarnations ranging from pirates to wizards. With each new iteration bringing forth

TV SERIES REVIEW: Dimension 404

Hulu aims to compete with Netflix and Amazon Prime with original content. Its newest series, Dimension 404, premieres today. Dimension 404 is a six episode science fiction anthology. Each episode contains a new story unrelated to the others. Here is our early access non-spoiler review ahead of tomorrow’s release: The science fiction anthology format begs comparisons

FILM REVIEW: ‘Attack Of The Lederhosen Zombies’

Despite Lederhosen in the title. Attack Of the Lederhosen Zombies has redundance with its name giving only two zombies throughout the film that actually wear the German garment. But with that aside the movie is some of the best euro Zombie horror to be pumped out since films like Dead Snow and Dead Snow Vs Red

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