Category: Entertainment


‘The Fate of the Furious’ Review

A consistent addition to the Fast and Furious series, somehow upping the ante for Dominic and the crew. “The Fate of the Furious” knows what it is. Perhaps the greatest strength the series has going for it is self-awareness. It doesn’t pretend to be something greater than the sum of its parts, because it doesn’t


‘Dimension 404’ (Ep. 1-3) Review

Dimension 404 feels like The Twilight Zone for Disney Channel “Dimension 404” is a new Hulu show produced by Rocketjump. A sci-fi anthology, it follows in the steps of Black Mirror and The Twilight Zone. It takes a lighter, comedic approach to different social topics, carving out it’s own piece of this ecosystem. All three


‘NueroVoider’ Review

The beauty is in the simplicity with this one. With a bare bones story and retro graphics, it feels like a souped up arcade game. With the added customization and aggressively synthy soundtrack, it’s a great time killer. There is really only one character with dialogue, who takes you through the tutorial and pops up


‘Ghost In The Shell’ Review

Sleek but confused, in the same vein as the two Matrix sequels. I am really conflicted about “Ghost In The Shell.” On the one hand, it brings a beloved character to life with a beautiful mix of acting, special effects and score. The plot is ultimately underwhelming, not sure whether to dive into the philosophical

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Thoeries On Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader

Okay, Star Wars nerds (sup fam!) I have a multi-part theory on Obi-Wan and Darth Vader. In an attempt to explain the infamous duel between Vader and Obi-Wan, I needed to explain two other theories I have. (Apologies if  any of these theories are already floating around on the Internet. Send a link if there is


VR Thoughts

. Recently, I was talking to some friends about virtual reality, it’s limits and it’s possibilities. Both my friends have filmmaking backgrounds, so the majority of our conversation revolved around that. They were hung up on the limitations of the now: 2017. When using VR today, you are either in a video game where you


‘Kong: Skull Island’ Review

KONG: SKULL ISLAND delivers an exciting version of the King despite obvious flaws. Kong: Skull Island elicited two reactions from me. The first is awe at the set pieces involving King Kong, the beautiful world of Skull Island and the humorous character portrayed by John C. Reilly. The other reaction will be boredom from dull cinematography,

Doctor Strange Review

Doctor Strange REVIEW

Doctor Strange is the palate cleanser Marvel needed Title: Doctor Strange Marvel Studios Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen and Tilda Swinton Release Date: November 4th, 2016 Review By: Jeffrey Schimmer “You’re a man looking at the world through a keyhole. You’ve spent your life trying to widen it.” The Ancient One

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