After a long hiatus, we are back to give a review of Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker. Yes, the dead speak but what did they think about the last movie in the Skywalker saga? Who cares? They’re dead.
I love “The Last Jedi.” In fact, it’s my favorite Star Wars film. Even two years later, I still enjoy talking about it, although I do have to admit, the Star Wars fandom has made me feel a little…well…weary. Due to the realities of online fandom culture, it’s tough to
Last Jedi hit movie theaters two years ago, and the reaction was unprecedented. It made its bank as expected, but the controversies both in and out of universe raged in a way that no single movie has ever provoked. With The Rise of Skywalker premiering this year, we decided that
This is it. SW The Rise of Skywalker the final trailer is out and I broke my rule about watching final trailers. However, this final trailer for The Rise of Skywalker is very significant for many fans.
With less than two months to go until the premiere of “Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker,” the level of Star Wars hype in my household is officially off the charts. Even my husband, who isn’t a Star Wars fan, got caught up in my excitement and decided to go
You’ve probably heard by now that Rotten Tomatoes recently made some changes to the layout of their website. This is because trolls decided to bombard the site with negative early ratings for “Captain Marvel,” even before they’d seen the film. It’s disheartening to see people trying to create negative buzz
It’s the Pop Culture Cosmos Spoilercast for Star Wars: The Last Jedi plus holiday cooking tips with Ben Arnot and a preview of week 16 in the NFL.
Mr. Gene and I are back for our last movie review for 2017. Did Star Wars The Last Jedi meet our expectations? Are the fans backlash towards Disney justified? Is Jar Jar really a Sith Lord? Check out this podcast to find out.
For this week’s Scifi News podcast, I am not alone. Mr. Gene is back to give his take on a trio of topics. What are the “BIG” 3: