I was a bit surprised when I first heard that Lucasfilm would be releasing a big-budget miniseries sequel to the 1980s fantasy adventure film Willow. While ’80s nostalgia is definitely having a moment (thanks to hits like Stranger Things), I don’t feel Willow had the same cultural staying power as
Confession time: November was a wild month. My husband and I moved into a new house, and I seem to have caught just about every virus floating around the past couple weeks. I had grand plans to write lots of blogs about all the new stuff coming out and to
The first Enola Holmes movie — featuring the younger sister of famous literary detective Sherlock Holmes — premiered in the midst of the nightmare of a year that was 2020, in a world still upended by the COVID pandemic when theatrical film releases were few and far between. Enola Holmes
The first season of House of the Dragon ended on a maddening cliffhanger this past Sunday, with a devastating tragedy that will surely send shockwaves across the land of Westeros and plunge the realm into an infamous civil war known in George R.R. Martin’s writings as the “Dance of the
Before I sat down to watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s hour-long Werewolf by Night special on Disney+, I knew absolutely nothing about it. However, it didn’t take me long to realize that I really liked what I was seeing. The special combines the MCU with a classic monster movie/horror vibe,
The Munsters are back on the big…no, the small screen. Rob Zombie brings his love for these monsters who live on 1313 Mockingbird Lane.
Sometimes a TV show will grab me right away, hooking me from the very first episode. After episode 1 of the Game of Thrones spin-off House of the Dragon, I was all in. I fell in love with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds immediately. Other times, it will take me
Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a wild ride so far. It has featured some of my favorite storytelling that has ever taken place in the MCU (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, WandaVision, and Spider-Man: No Way Home, to name a few examples) and
There has been a lot — and I do mean a LOT — of chatter online about Amazon’s new Lord of the Rings series, and to be honest, I tried to avoid most of it in the days leading up to the series’ Labor Day weekend premiere. J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic
In a rare moment in my life, I was able to see 2 movies on the same day to celebrate National Cinema Day. Taking advantage of the $3 price tag, I took my family to see Spiderman – No Way Home: The More Fun Stuff. On top of that, we
I was late to the party when it came to joining the Game of Thrones fandom. I waited to watch the series until all the seasons had finished airing, and I watched it all in one epic swoop in the summer of 2019. The ending of HBO’s massive hit series
Hey, it’s been a while and I couldn’t agree more. Hence, my review of Top Gun Maverick plus my experience during National Cinema Day and watching this movie on Screen X.