Well, I haven’t done one of these in a while. And I’ve actually read both of these books, so…
TRAILER TALK TIME!
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
I’m really late to this one. Like, this trailer came out in July. But I started this website with me reviewing The Hunger Games (and Ender’s Game,) and I am not going to let this movie series go out without my two cents on the matter. Continue reading
It’s been a busy month for me, but even still, there’s always something new to share.
So in that spirit, this…is Monthly Mentions!
It’s my birth-month! But you’re the one that gets a gift! The gift of all the awesome stuff I’ve found!
This is Monthly Mentions!
Another month gone, another batch of awesome stuff. This, is Monthly Mentions.
It’s a bird!
It’s a plane!
It’s not even from the same universe as Superman!
So, a little more than a month ago, I wrote a guest blog post for my good friend Collin Pearman, author of the excellent book “A Timeless Abandon“. In return, he wrote an article not only responding to my own, but going further on the topic.
This my friends, is that article.
Three Pathways to the Future of Science Fiction
As he often does, Brandon Scott got me thinking. Recently, I had the honor of having him write a guest post for my blog, on the future of science fiction as he’d like to see it. His one word for what he’d like to see? MORE. And he’s right, of course. More is what we most certainly need. But how? I present to you three pathways (principles?) to making this future a reality. First and foremost, we need to actually care about the future of sci-fi. Continue reading
A bit late, I know, but I think it’s about time for a batch of last month’s best!
This month has been a tad hard on me.
But there was still a lot of cool stuff I came across.
In fact, I have a whole list of them.
I’ve missed out on reviewing some BIG trailers lately.
So I say it’s about time for a…
Batman vs. Superman
Oh, the delicious dichotomy. The current Superman movie was terrible, but the recent Batman movies were all really good.
So I must ask, who’s directing this one? The guy who made Man of Steel…and Sucker Punch? Oh, this is going to be such a let down. Continue reading
Home is a difficult movie to talk about. Mainly because it is a massive waste of potential. There is an echo of a good film here. Hints of nuanced morals and allegories. But all of that is thoroughly kneecapped by being shoved into the template of a kid-friendly movie.
Oh boy, a short and controversial article? One that deals with semantics and definitions?
I see no way this could possibly go wrong!
March has been a great month for me, entertainment wise.
So allow me to share the spoils, with the third ever Monthly Mentions!
It’s time again, boys and girls!
Time to examine the new trailers the only way I know how!
With a Trailer Talk! Starting with:
So, I have a problem: I’ve read the book. Continue reading
As winter ends, the movie landscape begins to shift.
Let us observe these changes with the time-honored tradition…
…of a Trailer Talk.
The Lazarus Effect
#Evilwillrise, and it will steal all the subtlety. Continue reading