The first words in the scrolling text that opens Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker are “The dead speak!” It continues on with a few things to remind us where the story left off. But those first three words are all we really need, because as the film progresses, the dead will indeed… [Read More]
By Jason Thai Child’s Play tells the story of a young boy named Andy who lives with his single mom, Karen. As a gift from his mother, Andy is introduced to Buddi, a doll with artificial intelligence sold by the “Kaslan” tech company, meant to assist customers by controlling their electronics and assisting them in… [Read More]
I know who Snoke is. Ok, I admit that I originally had that as the title, but could foresee the flood of “clickbait” accusations with the overall discontent surrounding Snoke’s identity, so I moved it. But in all seriousness, I do know who he is. In a way. I know there are hundreds of articles… [Read More]
With the return of Luke Skywalker to the Star Wars universe, you’d expect that fans would be buzzing… but STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI has proven to be one of the most divisive films of the series. This week, Steve is joined by podcast vets Chris Utley and Patrick Erskine to talk about the dangers… [Read More]
when old wineskins make way for new, who sees it coming? if one waits on royalty but receives rabble, will one still receive? and though death is obviously an end, isn’t it always also a beginning? even so . . . shred the Jedi texts and burn the sacred tree, for the force is the… [Read More]
SPOILERS FROM STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI ALL OVER THIS ARTICLE. DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE MOVIE!!!! Dear Disney: You’ve got money up the wazoo! How hard can it be for y’all to give Lucasfilm a proper movie studio logo with bells and whistles and such? Marvel’s all spiffed out. Pixar… [Read More]
Ever since the Star Wars series began with what was later named A New Hope, the Force has been the main spiritual aspect of the series. It has a very mystical element.
Brigsby Bear may sound like the title of a children’s TV show (and in fact in this film it is), but this isn’t a children’s movie. This is a look at home, family, and belonging. It is also a story about coming to grips with a world you never knew but now must live in.
From the Warner Archive Collection, Justice League Unlimited bursts onto televisions everywhere in this fantastic, high definition version. For the first time, the entire series is now available on Blu-ray, featuring the episodes from July 2004 to May 2006 in the series that immediately succeeded Justice League. With more heroes, more villains, and more team-ups, this is stellar… [Read More]