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Doctor Sleep: Review

By Matthew Simmons As the Halloween season ends, filmgoers will have one last chance to experience scares in theaters next weekend with the release of DOCTOR SLEEP.  Serving both as an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel as well as a sequel Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 classic THE SHINING, the film follows an adult Dan Torrance (Ewan McGregor) as he struggles with sobriety and the trauma he … Continue reading Doctor Sleep: Review

Segment: Still Dealing With The Ending To Game Of Thrones

By Tiara Spells ((Spoilers Ahead!!)) Well, I guess it all started for me in 2013. That was when The Rains of Castamere aired and that was when Game of Thrones caught the attention of mainstream media. The Rains of Castamere was one of the episodes that truly changed everything. People who had never read the books saw characters who were INTEGRAL to the current storyline, … Continue reading Segment: Still Dealing With The Ending To Game Of Thrones

The One Where We Are Serious-The Reel Deal S15E2

Episode 2 of season 15 finds your hosts Parker Carlson and Abby Perrey trying to maintain a serious tone. Ben Nelson recaps the Jurassic World short Battle At Big Rock, Logan Lewis talks about his excitement for the Hella Mega Tour, Anastasia Scott tells us why we’ve been getting so much Stephen King lately, and Nate Richard pays tribute to Ric Ocasek and Eddie Money. Continue reading The One Where We Are Serious-The Reel Deal S15E2

Segment: On Disney And Corporate Hollywood

By Parker Carlson Something needs to be said on the state of Hollywood. It’s something that’s been bugging me all summer long and is only exacerbated by nobody talking about it. It’s about Disney, specifically, how much they own. As a backstory, way back when in the simpler days of March 2019, Disney completed their buyout of Fox studios. There was a lot of hubbub … Continue reading Segment: On Disney And Corporate Hollywood

Segment: Brockhampton-Ginger Review

By Noah Bush Brockhampton has stated that they are the hardest working boy band in show business, and with their fifth album in three years, I think that title is appropriate. On August 23, America’s favorite boy band Brockhampton released their fifth album, Ginger, and it’s all I’ve been listening to. May 2018 saw the departure of Ameer Van, one of the groups founding members, … Continue reading Segment: Brockhampton-Ginger Review