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Movie Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot’

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Directed by: Robert D. Krzykowski Starring: Sam Elliot, Ron Livingston, and Caitlin FitzGerald Plot: A WWII veteran who killed Hitler in secret is enlisted by the CIA to hunt Bigfoot. Review: The Man Who Killed Hitler… Continue reading

The Pull List: Seasonal Model

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The Pull List started as a weekly spotlight on interesting new releases, but it has since redirected that spotlight to random thoughts about characters, storylines, and other comic book elements. I have had an… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Vox Lux’

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Directed by: Brady Corbet Starring: Natalie Portman, Jude Law, and Raffey Cassidy Plot: After a traumatic event, a teenager skyrockets to pop music fan Review: Stars aren’t born. They are hot air set ablaze so we… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Border’

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Directed by: Ali Abbasi Starring: Eva Melander and Eero Milonoff Plot: A border patrol officer with a strange ability meets a man with the same ability. Review: The phrase “modern day fairy tale” gets thrown around… Continue reading

Masculinity Detox Case File #1: Spider-Man PS4

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The Masculinity Detox Case Files will reinforce positive, non-toxic depictions of masculinity and manhood in pop culture. I have wanted to write about Spider-Man PS4, but I didn’t want to just review a… Continue reading

The Pull List: DC’s Dark ‘Trinity’

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The Pull List started as a weekly spotlight on interesting new releases, but it has since redirected that spotlight to random thoughts about characters, storylines, and other comic book elements. What does it take… Continue reading

First Reformed/Last Scene

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Back in April, I was able to see the new film First Reformed early thanks to the Independent Film Festival in Boston. It was playing on one of the smaller screens in the… Continue reading

The Unfortunate Case of ‘Ghosted’

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Ghosted is one of the more disappointing TV cancellations due mostly to the fact that there is no fan-energy trying to fight for it. Ghosted was a sitcom greenlit by Fox for September… Continue reading

Trial & Error: The Schurest Non-Schur Show

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The golden age of television is winding down. Part of it isn’t necessarily due to a lack of quality but an overabundance of quantity. Every channel is in the prestige drama business, and… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Blindspotting’

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Directed by: Carlos Lopez Estrada Starring: Daveed Diggs, Rafael Casal, and Janina Gavankar Plot: With three days left in his probation, an ex-con reflects on race and violence. Review: There is such a thing as a… Continue reading