The Terror of Spectacle in “Nope”
Written by Hayden Claborn, Entertainment Reviewer
Ratched: Is This Nurse Beyond Saving?
Ratched, on the surface, appears to channel the same psychological horror genre themes as its American Horror Story creators are well-known for, but in reality, this TV 2020 Netflix Original series is far more of a heartfelt drama than it is a psychological twister. Ratched’s true story is one Continue Reading
Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil Offers More Disney Dark Fantasy
Disclaimer: I am not very knowledgeable in my Disney movies, as I was never able to watch them as a child and rarely get the chance to watch them now. Fortunately, I was able to watch both Maleficent and Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil. The sequel’s opening weekend made only Continue Reading
Is Josie and the Pussycats An Ironic Masterpiece?
Now here’s an unsung but still noteworthy artifact of the 2000s. Archie Comics has rebranded itself as a hip and ironic version of its former self, with the hugely popular series Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. But the experiment didn’t begin there. Way back in 2001, an adaptation of Continue Reading
Us Review: How Jordan Peele Avoided The Sophomore Slump
Jordan Peele has found a highly unexpected second wind in his career. After making millions laugh on Key & Peele, he has found equal success in the horror genre of all places. His psychological thriller/social satire Get Out was universally beloved, earning him an Oscar win for Best Original Screenplay. Continue Reading
Shazam! Review: The DCEU’s Bright Side
To say the DCEU has had a rough couple of years would be an understatement. Warner Bros was so desperate to have an answer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, that they quickly churned out three of the most hated superhero movies of all time. Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, Continue Reading