Author: Alyssa Rasmus

50 Days of Movie Quotes, Part 1

If you follow us on Instagram, then you saw our posts sharing our favorite movie quotes and TV quotes from sci-fi, fantasy, superhero, and comics. One movie quote per day for 50 days! This is all to commemorate the 50th anniversary of San Diego Comic Con this July. With SDCC launching in 1969 at a […]

Review: Murder Mystery

The combination of Adam Sandler and Netflix could have been comedy gold. The limitless streamer could allow him to design new creative paths for his comedic work that has been adored by fans for decades. Yet, a majority of his work with the streaming giant has fallen flat and made audiences question why they spent […]

Martin Scorsese & Robert De Niro School You in Cinema

Scorsese De Niro Taxi Driver

Inherent to the cinematic creative process is a trust and partnership between the actor and the director. Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro have worked together on multiple films across the last several decades making them the most formidable actor/director duo in the biz. This year, the Tribeca Film Festival hosted a panel of the […]

ICYMI: First Look Trailer for Batwoman!

Elseworlds, Part 2

We heard midseason last year that our favorite vigilante, Arrow, will soon be leaving. But fear not, citizens of the Arrowverse a new hero will soon join the ranks to join our favorite TV heroes, Batwoman! A first look trailer for Batwoman was shared recently online and I wanted to make sure you saw it! […]

Your June 2019 Viewing Schedule

Toy Story 4, Disney/Pixar, June 21

As TV moves into its summer season, the summer blockbusters start to roll-in. Below we give you the June 2019 viewing schedule for what TV shows are premiering (and ending) and which films you can’t miss! The summer movie season starts out Friday, June 7th with the release of Secret Life of Pets 2 going […]

Review: Aladdin (2019)

Aladdin (2019) | Disney

Disney has become focused on recreating the magic of the Disney Renaissance through live action remakes of their animated classics. Aladdin, is the latest reimagining from the Mouse House. The plot hasn’t changed much from the original with the exception of a few new additions. Aladdin is a street rat who has become captivated by a […]

Official Trailer for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon in Hollywood

It’s 1969 in Hollywood and there is a lot going on. For Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), his career as TV cowboy is coming to a close while his film career won’t start. His trusty sidekick stunt double, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), is always there for moral support. The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer […]

Review: Booksmart

Booksmart (2019)

Teen movies are not what they used to be. John Hughes defined the genre in the 80’s with his classics giving teens a vision of themselves on screen. Though the tropes of 80’s teen films mostly centered on male protagonists struggling to discover their version of manhood. Booksmart is a quirky comedy allowing a modern […]

Review: The Orville, Season 2

The Orville | Season 2 | Fox

It’s rare to be able to say that a show is unpredictable. Most of the time a fan can guess how an episode may turn out or what twists and turns can happen along the way. They may not be right, but they will be close. The Orville is a series that has traversed so much territory […]

New Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer!

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer | Sony

*Endgame Spoilers Ahead* Just when you found yourself recovering from Endgame, we have the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer to pull us right back in! The film comes out this July and looks to be a perfect summer movie, but not without emotion. This story starts after the events of Endgame that left Peter Parker without his […]