Daredevil was epic. That is, the Netflix one, not the star-crossed Ben Affleck/Jennifer Garner one. [Editor’s note: it’s better than people think, but still.] When Marvel announced that it’s second series on Netflix would focus on little-known female superhero Jessica Jones, I wondered if they had been drinking their own Kool-aid. Sure, Guardians of the Galaxy was… [Read More]
It is kind of fitting that I finished this series and am writing this review in the midst of “Eclipsemania” because there are many metaphors/similarities that the wonders of the eclipse, this series, and a Christlike life all have. But we’ll get to that later. Spoiler Warning: I will try my best to remain as spoiler… [Read More]
The latest entry to Netflix’s Marvel universe is both unlike the other entries, yet similar as well. Starting with Daredevil and followed by Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, Netflix has been doing a great job. The bar has been set high. Though, if you look at critics or Rotten Tomatoes, you would be led to believe that… [Read More]
Luke Cage is misunderstood, especially by the powers that be. But in Netflix’s latest original superhero series, Cage (Mike Colter) is actually the hero you’d want living in your neighborhood. He’s the man with the unbreakable skin, the man with the steely gaze. He’s all that stands between the good people of Harlem and those… [Read More]
“Have you seen it yet? It’s on Netflix.” Not sure what “it” I’m talking about? It doesn’t matter. Daredevil. House of Cards. Orange is the New Black. Or, basically any other show/movie you can name. The ‘it’ changes based on the person but the site remains constant. The truth is that, ever since Netflix took… [Read More]
After a critically acclaimed first season that brought us to the dark side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Daredevil has returned to Netflix for its second season. Marvel TV and Netflix so far have done what Marvel Studios continues to do in their movies, create characters and a world that are interesting and complex…. [Read More]
The Masked Saint is a unique film with the potential to connect with a cross-section of Americana, but it falls prey to slow pacing and simply trying to accomplish too much.
Brett Granstaff is no stranger to the silver screen. He’s acted alongside some of Hollywood’s best in films such as Vice and Black Mass. In his newest project, The Masked Saint, he plays Chris Samuel, a pastor who lives a double life of a professional wrestler.
Once a year, people in America gather around tables laden with food and spend time sharing what they’re thankful for. Of course, we should be thankful for life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, sustenance, shelter, clothing, and much more. Although we at ScreenFish don’t celebrate Thanksgiving on the same day (we have a resident Canadian… [Read More]