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[REVIEW] Disney/Pixar Serve Up Another Heartwarming Tale with Soul

If 2020 needs anything to cap the year off on a positive note, it’s a good Disney/Pixar tale to give us all the warm-fuzzies and feels.

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‘Sound of Metal’ A Tour de Force in Agonizing Beauty (Review)

From the gritty opening moments showcasing the American indie band scene in all its screaming, sweating, black box rock house glory, to the moments of stillness, and the devastating beauty of dealing with life-altering trauma, my eyes were locked on Darius Marder’s poignant drama SOUND OF METAL until the final frame.

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Norse Mythology #2: Loki Is At It Again [Spoilery Comic Book Review]

In this second issue of Dark Horse Comics‘ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology, we see Loki being his usual self. We also see him getting his just desserts. If a bit over the top for the poor guy. Warning: major spoilers for Norse Mythology #2, unless you’re already familiar with the real life Norse […]

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Trauma Team #3: Crazy Cyborg Makes Even Less Sense Than Before (Spoilery Comic Book Review)

In this third issue of Trauma Team from Dark Horse Comics, the murderous and apparently suicidal cyborg suddenly becomes the star of the comic book. Mostly because he completely stops making sense. Not that he made any sense before, but still… Warning: major spoilers for Trauma Team #3. If you have any plans to read […]

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Trauma Team #2: Nadia.exe Has Stopped Working (Spoilery Comic Book Review)

In the second issue of Cyberpunk 2077‘s tie-in comic, Trauma Team #2, we find that our heroine Nadia is suffering from Heroic Blue Screen of Death syndrome. Let’s hope it doesn’t turn into a Red Ring of Death for her. Warning: major spoilers for Trauma Team #2. Stop reading here if you have any plans […]

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“We Bare Bears: The Movie”: The Blues Bear Brothers (DVD Review)

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the DVD I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own. Own We Bare Bears: The Movie on Digital and DVD September 8. And now that that’s over with, let’s get on with this review of We Bare Bears: The […]

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Trauma Team Gets Spotlight in New Cyberpunk 2077 Comic by Dark Horse (Spoilery Review)

The iconic Trauma Teams of Cyberpunk 2077 get their very own comic book by Dark Horse, coming in September 9. And boy, do they go through hell. In particular, the main protagonist Nadia gets her own special hell just for her in Trauma Team #1. Spoiler alert for anyone looking to read this. Major Spoilers […]

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Aloy and Talanah Set Out On a New Adventure in “Horizon Zero Dawn #1” Comic (Review)

Horizon Zero Dawn‘s story continues in this Titan Comics comic book sequel to the hit 2017 video game. Spoilers abound here for both the game and the comic, so ye be warned. When Robo-Dinos Will Rule the World Horizon Zero Dawn #1 takes place several weeks after the final battle with a rather pissed off […]

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‘Relic’ Review: Something Different

Relic isn’t your usual horror movie. In many ways, it’s actually a family drama that just happens to unfold in a haunted house. When elderly mother Edna (Robyn Nevin) inexplicably vanishes, her daughter Kay (Emily Mortimer) and granddaughter Sam (Bella Heathcote) rush to their family’s decaying country home. There they find clues of Edna’s increasing […]

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Masters of Comics: Inside the Studios of the World’s Premier Graphic Storytellers – Review

If you are anything like me when it comes to comics then at times you love the art more then the stories. Now don’t get me wrong I love reading them it’s just sometimes the pictures can tell more to the story than words. That’s is why I was very excited to read Masters of […]