Top 10 Best Sonic The Hedgehog Songs

Sonic The Hedgehog is now an iconic video game character thanks to the franchise created by SEGA. Not only has Sonic supporting characters given us hours of fun gameplay, but also some great songs to jam, not just through your gaming console, but also on Saturday morning cartoons. Here are the Top 10 Best Sonic…

‘Roped’ Review- Cheesy Rodeo Romance

‘Roped‘ is a rodeo romance directed by Shaun Paul Piccinino based on a screenplay written by John Ducey. The film was made by ESX Entertainment and Forrest Films. It has this very interesting tagline: “Love is worth the risk.” Cowboy Colton Burtenshaw (Josh Swickard) and the rodeo he’s with rolls into the small progressive town…

‘The Hunt’ Review- It’s A Good Thing It Came Out In 2020

Blumhouse Production originally planned on releasing The Hunt in 2019, but after some controversy following the trailer, it was delayed to 2020. It is directed by Craig Zobel and satirizes the left versus right political banter. Afghan war veteran Crystal (Betty Gilpin) wakes up with several other “regular people” in a clearing with gags in…

‘Space Force’ Season 1 Review

‘Space Force‘ is a ten-episode Netflix sitcom created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carrell. The comedy series satirizes the Space Force military department which aims to help NASA go to the Moon, but with different purposes. General Mark R. Naird (Steve Carell) is made Space Force’s first Chief of Space Operations at their headquarters in…

Music Review- Zach Williams, Dolly Parton: There Was Jesus

Gospel singer Zach Williams joins forces with one of Country music’s greatest legends Dolly Parton for a song all about their faith “There Was Jesus” featured on the album of the same name. It is written by Zach Williams, Casey Beathard, and Jonathan Smith. Zach Williams brings some strong encouragement with his music. From  “Chainbreaker”…

Will The Yankees Get The Same Coverage As The Astros?

Well, well, well. The chickens have come home to roost with the so-called “sign-stealing” controversy, where the Astros got caught using a video camera to steal the signs of the LA Dodgers during the 2017 World Series. It caused a frenzied circus of media coverage in 2019. In the end, they were given a hefty…

‘The Invisible Man’ Review- Genuine Unseen Terror

From Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions comes ‘The Invisible Man,’ a new horror film written and directed by Leigh Whannell that uses the premise and title of the H.G. Wells novel of the same name. Cecilia “Cee” Kass (Elizabeth Moss) escapes from her abusive scientist husband Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) with the help of her…

Movie Review Flashback- The Rainmaker (1997)

‘The Rainmaker’ is a 1997 film directed by Francis Ford Coppola who also wrote the screenplay based on the fictional legal thriller of the same name by John Grisham. Though it was released by Paramount Pictures, it was produced by American Zoetrope and Constellation Films. Rudy Baylor (Matt Damon) is a young law student who…

#AmReading- The Terminal List By Jack Carr

Jack Carr brings us a political action thriller in ‘The Terminal List.’ It a fictional novel that is about how absolute power can corrupt and about a man’s quest for vengeance. According to the Amazon summary, On his last combat deployment, Lieutenant Commander James Reece’s entire team was killed in a catastrophic ambush that also claimed…

‘The Wrong Missy’ Review- David Spade Carries The Film

‘The Wrong Missy‘ is a Netflix comedy film from Happy Madison Productions directed by Tyler Spindel based on a screenplay by Kevin Barnett and Chris Pappas. Tim Morris (David Spade) has a disastrous date with Melissa “Missy” (Lauren Lapkus), who is extremely weird and boisterous, almost causing Tim to get beat up by WWE wrestler…

‘Steins;Gate 0’ Review

‘Steins;Gate 0‘ follows an alternate timeline than the first series based on the video game franchise. The series is directed by Kenichi Kawamura and written by Jukki Hanada. It was produced by the Japanese entertain company White Fox and dubbed into English by Funimation. The plot diverges from the first series at the moment Rintaro…

‘Snow White with the Red Hair’ Season 2 Review

‘Snow White with the Red Hair’ had a final season in 2016 produced by Studio Bones with the English dub released in the United States by Funimation. The series is directed by Masahiro Andō and based on the  LaLa manga serial ‘Akagami no Shirayukihime.’ Prince Raji (Todd Haberkorn) of Tanbarun begins to feel guilty about how…

Five Rock Songs To Kick Off Your Summer

We are all thinking of summer. Come on, you know you are. With everything going on in the world, nothing sounds better than hitting up the parks, the local restaurants, or a nearby beach. Fortunately, summertime has always been a part of America. Through song, several talented musicians remind us of summertime. In no particular…

Phil Robertson Discusses Long Lost Daughter

‘Duck Dynasty‘ star Phil Robertson recently announced on his Blaze Media podcast ‘Unashamed’ that he had a daughter he had never met or known. On the show where his sons Willie, Jase, Jep, and Alan discussed how they met her and their reactions to getting to know her. Alan and Jace explain that they received…

‘Trial By Media’ Season 1 Review

Netflix takes potshots at their competitors on cable with ‘Trial By Media,’ a six-episode documentary is executive produced by George Clooney. Yes, the actor who’s best known for ruining the Batman media franchise. The show takes on several sensationalized court cases. They start with ‘Jenny Jones murder’ when the daytime talk show host embarrassed one…