It’s almost more horror than any other genre combined. I honestly didn’t expect that…
I’d heard about the ‘80s Han Solo trilogy of books, but the existence of The Adventures of Lando Calrissian was news to me. I tracked these vintage paperbacks down the day I heard about them, and they’re basically worth it for the great pulp covers alone. I finished the first installment, Lando Calrissian and the … More The Lando System
I know what you’re thinking – I need to watch more Nic Cage movies.
I should’ve posted this by now, but this past week I appeared on the super cool Nostalgia Theater podcast. Zaki and I had a terrific conversation about the He-Man franchise throughout the years, and our own personal history with the toys and characters. If you haven’t already, I hope you check it out!
Look, I’ve been around. I know how online anger in general, and pop culture snobbery in specific, work. I’ve read about three billion hot takes on Ready Player One already. As such, I promise I’ll keep this short and not assume I’m being too clever or revolutionary in my thinking. I read the book at … More “Ready Player One” and Popular Culture in Storytelling
21 movies this month, bringing the yearly total to 49. Assuming we don’t watch anything tonight, that is. It’s okay if I count Black Panther twice, right?
I’ve got another comic book movie review up on ComicBookMedia.com! This one is covering Whiteout, a pretty underwhelming adaptation of a pretty great indie comic series. It’s hard to find anyone saying anything positive about this flick, so I did try to be nice about my critiques. Still, though, this movie is rough. Check it … More Whiteout (2009) ComicBookMedia review