By: Daley Wilhelm It’s the spooky scary season and Crimson Peak, director Guillermo del Toro‘s latest masterpiece, was at the very top of my scary movie to-watch list. While I was originally lured in by the gorgeous aesthetic, the promise of jump scares, and alluring British accents it turned out that the best part of this particular horror story … Continue reading Review: Crimson Peak
By: Daley Wilhelm I’ve read the books, I will snobbishly inform readers, but I found that the books don’t matter. The Maze Runner films have established themselves as an entity separate from the confusing, trying-too-hard-to-be-edgy YA novels that they’re based on. The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials is just the right amount … Continue reading Review: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
So many good movies are coming out this summer. What I’m really looking forward to is Space Jam 2, which no one has made yet. Someone should make that a thing.
When YouTube first came out, it was mainly used for cute cat videos. Which is still sort of is, so nothing has really changed.
By Daley Wilhelm The Mortal Instruments series has had a quite unusual journey since its creation, but now it looks like the urban fantasy will be finding its place on TV. “Shadowhunters” as the series will now be called, has been picked up by ABC Family with production starting in May. The Mortal Instruments is the bestselling fantasy series by Cassandra Clare that filled … Continue reading The Mortal Instruments: The Journey to TV
By Daley Wilhelm Henry the Invisible Man Category: Drama Filmmaker: Anthony Campagna Synopsis: “The tale of an average man who learns being average is just fine.” This first struck me as cliché: the average man going through his mediocre life. But in its short run, the film revealed itself to be more than meets the eye. The gorgeous lighting on this boring character kept me … Continue reading Frog Baby Reviews
By Daley Wilhelm When recalling the first Captain America movie, we tend to focus on Bucky because we know now that his story continues as he appears as the tragic, amnesiac baddie of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Lately, I’ve thought about the other characters that really fleshed out the first movie, like Howard Stark, the Howling Commandos, and Peggy Carter. Apparently, screenwriters have been thinking about … Continue reading Agent Peggy Carter: The First of Many?
By Daley Wilhelm Hallmark is going to extremes counting down to Christmas, boasting twelve new movies that amp up the cheesy, cheery, cliché goodness for the holiday season. Prepare for overused one-liners and predictable plot lines. 1. One Starry Christmas Already a Hallmark classic for its inclusion of horseback riding, One Starry Night tells the story of Luke, a sensitive and classically romantic cowboy, who falls … Continue reading 12 New Hallmark Christmas Movies to Cringe at With Your Family
By Daley Wilhelm Netflix not only offers the some of the best book-to-film adaptations, it also creates them. Making a book into an original series has been a hugely successful venture of Netflix, producing uncensored, highly binge-able shows like Orange is the New Black or Hemlock Grove. The authors and fans of the books are elated at the Netflix originals because they stick to the original material of the … Continue reading Book-to-Netflix Adaptations
By Daley Wilhelm Having a hard time deciding whether you’re a cat person or a dog person? Find a happy middle ground with Bee and PuppyCat, the adorable, incredibly original creation of Natasha Allegri, creator of the fan-favorite Adventure Time characters Fiona and Cake. Bee and PuppyCat is a web series produced by Cartoon Hangover and thus far has captured the attention of millions with … Continue reading ‘Bee and PuppyCat’: An Adorable Legend Begins