‘Kamen America Volume 2: The Founding Fighters’ Graphic Novel Review

Timothy Lim and Mark Pellegrini are back with Kamen America Volume 2: The Founding Fighters, a comic book project from Iconic Comics that came to life thanks to a crowdfunding campaign. Carly Vanders aka the superhero Kamen America is joined by Misha aka Kamen Comet in fighting the mysterious mud mutants that are plaguing America.…

Real Star Wars Rise Up To Defend Gina Carano From Social Media Hate Mob

The so-called woke like to talk a good game, claiming to be “diverse” and “inclusive” when it comes to women. However, when one dares to think for herself, they grab their pitchforks faster than you can say, “cuddle group.” ‘The Mandalorian‘ actress and former MMA fighter Gina Carano dared to do the unthinkable. She expressed…

HBO’s Perry Mason Season One Review

HBO’s ‘Perry Mason‘ is a reboot of the classic courtroom drama television series from CBS. Team Downey turns the story into a 1932 period drama that explores a possible origin for the Los Angeles attorney. This is your spoiler warning. Perry Mason (Matthew Rhys) is a private investigator working for LA attorney Elias Birchard “E.B.”…

Netflix ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Volume 2 Review

Netflix released volume two of its ‘Unsolved Mysteries‘ revival. Original show creators John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer return along with Shawn Levy acting as executive producer. These six episodes deal with all manner of mysterious occurrences. Political intrigue, supernatural forces, child abductions, vanishing murderers, and strange suicides are all explored this time around. Each…

‘A Whisker Away’ Review- Cute And Charming

‘A Whisker Away‘ is the English title for the Japanese anime film ‘Nakitai Watashi wa Neko wo Kaburu’ (‘Wanting to Cry, I Pretend to Be a Cat’). It is directed by Junichi Sato and Tomotaka Shibayama, being produced by Studio Colorido. Its English dub was done by Netflix, who released the movie internationally. This review…

Top 10 Best Disney Afternoon Theme Songs

The Disney Afternoon was an unbeatable television block that showcased Disney’s animated TV shows from the 90s. In some markets, it aired as the “Block Party.” It was a way for those of us without cable to catch some of our favorite zany animated characters that were coming around the bend. With the shows, came…

DEWAR: The Devil We Know On Screen

Contemporary entertainment depictions of the devil tend to repeat the same mistake of cheapening how evil the character manifests. Most often character development becomes campy rendering the story sci-fi in nature, but the story grows philosophically inconsistent. The writers end up rewriting religiously inspired canon in a way that idealizes ‘evil’ and depreciates ‘good.’ There…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: august

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “August” a song about romance at the end of summer. Like “cardigan,” the song discusses having a romantic time only for it to come and go, a common theme in Swift’s music. I…