Ava DuVernay has taken Madeleine L’Engle’s vision and created a dazzling tale of hope and love fit for today’s younger generation. We adults might find something to take from it as well—if we view the story from the eyes of a child.
this thing you’re reading is going to have zero jump scares in three expedient little parts: 1. a micro-review of the 2017 movie IT 2. mini-musing on the meaning of IT 3. more mini-musing on how *any* good story “means” in a similar way so, here we go… IT Reviewed you know what IT was? super… [Read More]
if you’re like plenty other people (and you are, cuz look at all us humans, so much more alike than different), then you may intentionally read more than normal during summer months many of us (obv including me in this case) make a “Summer Reading List” of sorts (actually, i didn’t necessarily purposely set out… [Read More]
Hey Andy Davis, Andy Barclay hates you. Okay, maybe “hates” is a strong word. But you can bet he darned sure envies you. That’s because just like him, your toys come to life, too. But at least yours have the decency to wait until you’re asleep or not around. And you get cool ones: a… [Read More]
The staff of ScreenFish set out to tackle their greatest fears, well, at least their scariest films. Here are the staff’s greatest flicks for your Halloween consideration. Jeepers Creepers- Don’t Leave Horror Unchecked… Comic Expert Arnaldo Reyes I generally avoid horror films. They just don’t catch my attention because why sit through over an… [Read More]