Once Upon a Time review: “A Tale of Two Sisters”

I was – and still am – skeptical about Frozen coming to Once Upon a Time. In the past, OUAT has drawn characters from classic Disney films like Peter Pan and Beauty and the Beast; Frozen, by comparison, is still fresh in everyone’s mind, and I definitely think that ABC started seeing dollar signs when “Let It Go” won an Oscar, and they told... Read More | Share it now!

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Review: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter by developers The Astronauts is a marvelous game in almost every way imaginable. It truly is the sort of game that only comes around made a handful of times during ones lifetime. That being the case, this review is a diffident one to write without giving away any of the games excellent narrative. And that’s just... Read More | Share it now!

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Movie Review: A Walk Among the Tombstones

I don’t think A Walk Among the Tombstones would have worked as well as it does in today’s age of big budget CGI laden movies without Liam Neeson in the staring role. Without his fantastic performance as former NYPD cop, now unlicensed private investigator, Matt Scudder the film would all fall flat. While Neeson still can’t quite... Read More | Share it now!

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Scandal review: “Randy, Red, Superfreak, and Julia”

Scandal can be one of the most frustrating shows on TV right now; it has a bag of tricks that it reaches into every episode, without fail, and your enjoyment of it really depends on your tolerance for Shonda Rhimes speechifying and unnecessary camera tricks. That said, it’s entertaining as hell, and if you looked up “guilty... Read More | Share it now!

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How to Get Away with Murder review: “Pilot”

In How to Get Away with Murder, Viola Davis plays Annalise Keating, first seen in a loincloth, a bone through her nose. “MEN BAD,” she howls. “TONI MORRISON’S THE BLUEST EYE GOOD.” Haha, I’m just kidding, Alessandra Stanley, none of that happens! Murder is not, as you might have been lead to believe, the new show... Read More | Share it now!

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A Few Thoughts on American Idiot on Its 10th Anniversary

On September 20, 2004 – just a little over ten years ago – Green Day’s seventh studio album American Idiot was released. Since then, the album has become a staple of the modern musical landscape, even being adapted into a Broadway musical in 2013. I won’t go so far as to call the album divisive, because it’s almost... Read More | Share it now!

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