Glitch: The Rise and Fall of HQ Trivia Review- A By the Numbers Documentary Film

In the early 2000s, there was a boom in websites and startup companies that popped up. Just as many failures as well. People had all kinds of ideas for apps and so forth. Two young men, Colin Kroll, and Rus Yusupov, at the time, created an app called Vine where anybody could do six-second videos.Continue reading “Glitch: The Rise and Fall of HQ Trivia Review- A By the Numbers Documentary Film”

His Dark Material Season 3 Review

His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman has been an entertaining series thus far on HBO Max. The series has established a great group of characters and a legitimate world-saving storyline. Or in the case of the series worlds saving. The showrunners have asked the viewers to pick sides and in season three that is evenContinue reading “His Dark Material Season 3 Review”

Titans Season 4 Review

Titans has been one of the better shows produced by Greg Berlanti and the WB. It is one of the few shows grounded in reality and not CW-ified like so many more like Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. It has a look and feel that I love. It actually looks more like the films thanContinue reading “Titans Season 4 Review”

The Last Movie Stars Review

Hollywood stars are fleeting, but the legacy these stars leave behind will be remembered forever. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward left a legacy of greatness, philanthropy, and a long-lasting relationship. These two huge movie stars were the last of a generation, the likes of which never will be seen again. What they have left behindContinue reading “The Last Movie Stars Review”

Julia Review

Julia Child was a constant in my house, along with Mr. Rogers. Not that my mother could cook like her or anything — we just enjoyed sitting down and watching her witty repartee. She just seemed to enjoy cooking, and that was enjoyable to us. She was mesmerizing on the small screen. My family wasn’tContinue reading “Julia Review”

The Fallout Review

The Fallout is the latest film from HBO that has gone to the HBO Max streaming service. It’s also the newest movie dealing with the “fallout” after a school shooting. It’s not necessarily the best film dealing with this subject matter though. It premiered originally at SXSW back in March.  Vada (Jenna Ortega, Scream) is an awkwardContinue reading “The Fallout Review”

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review

The Conjuring franchise is one of the best horror franchises in the history of movies on par with Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween. The only difference is The Conjuring is based in reality where the others aren’t. It is grounded in a real-world setting. The main characters Ed and Lorraine Warren played respectively by Patrick Wison andContinue reading “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review”

Mare of Easttown Review

HBO has been killing it lately with their mini-series they’ve been putting out: Watchmen, The Undoing, The Outsider, and I Know This Much is True have all been terrific. The latest mini-series that is getting a lot of critical acclaim and viewer appreciation is Marre of Easttown. It was originally set in the fictionalized Easttown Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, butContinue reading “Mare of Easttown Review”

Tina Review

What I remember about Tina Turner is her huge success in the ’80s with the album Tiny Dancer and her huge hit single “What’s Love Got to Do With It”, which also serves as the title of the biopic about her abusive relationship with her partner and collaborator Ike Turner. I also remember her starring in Mad MaxContinue reading “Tina Review”