Comic Book Review- Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle Part 1

Kicking off a five-part miniseries, Marvel Comics brings us ‘Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle‘ part one “The Hanging Judge” which reopens Peter Parker’s first job and is a call-to-action for journalism. It is written by Mat Johnson with fantastic art from Mack Chater, Francesco Mobili, and Dono Sanchez-Almara. Joseph “Robbie” Robertson is the current editor-in-chief at…

Movie Review- The Book of Henry

‘The Book of Henry‘ is a coming-of-age thriller film directed by Colin Trevorrow and written by Gregg Hurwitz. It had its premiere at the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival and released in theaters by Focus Features. Henry (Jaeden Martell) is a genius child prodigy living with his single mother Susan Carpenter (Naomi Watts) and younger…

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…

‘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…

‘Being Frank’ Review- An Honest Look At Deception

Being Frank has not been well received by critics. Directed by Miranda Bailey and written by Glen Lakin, the movie comedy-drama that tackles a very complex family issue: lying. Philip Hansen (Logan Miller) is the son of wealthy condiments company owner Frank Hansen (Jim Gaffigan). The two of them are at odds with each other…

Movie Review Flashback- American Psycho (2000)

Based on the 1991 novel by Bret Easton Ellis, Mary Harron directs American Psycho, a psychological satirical thriller that premiered at Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2000, and it soon developed a cult following. Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) is a wealthy investment banker living in 1988 New York City. He has a nice apartment,…

‘Murder Mystery’ Review- A Few Chuckles, But No Laughs

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston team-up for Murder Mystery, directed by Kyle Newacheck and written by James Vanderbilt. Sandler has a skill for producing low brow comedies that are either massive hits or dubs. New York policeman Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) lies to his wife, hairdresser and mystery novel obsessed Audrey (Jennifer Aniston) about passing…

Top 10 Avengers Team Incarnations

The Avengers have been assembling to fight crime, take on galactic overlords, battle time-displaced tyrants, defeat mutant terrorists, and stop other villains since 1963 when the team was brought together by Marvel Comics legends Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Through the years, they have shifted membership quite substantially with some becoming unrecognizable, but they have…

Documentary Review- Hulu’s Fyre Fraud

Directed by Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason, Fyre Fraud is a Hulu original documentary that tells the story of the Fyre Festival. The film is described as a, “true-crime comedy bolstered by a cast of whistleblowers, victims, and insiders going beyond the spectacle to uncover the power of FOMO and an ecosystem of enablers, driven…