Willow smith has just released her newest album titled “lately I feel EVERYTHING.” In this album Willow experiments with the genre of pop-punk and alternative rock mixing in some pop, R&B, and rap. This album features a few other alternative artists such as Travis barker and the famous 2000s sensation …Read More »
What would you do if you were drafted to fight a war that takes place 30 years from now?
The Tomorrow War Sci-fi Action film The Tomorrow War is now on out on Amazon Prime Video. The movie is directed by Chris McKay and stars actor Chris Pratt. Its futuristic, full of aliens, and packed with action. What would you do if you were drafted to fight a war …Read More »
Martanna Lunna is an eighteen year old aspiring makeup artist. She became interested in extravagant makeup a year and a half ago because of a well-known makeup artist in the goth community, Drac Makens. “She was my biggest inspiration, and when I got to speak to her it was such …Read More »
Sexy Shots of Candylust
By Zahara’s Tangled Web Daydreams… long drives… twilight moments before sleep… interesting art… amazing fashion… these are the ingredients and inspirations for the glossy images by Candylust Photography. Based in New York, Candylust has been providing vibrant photographs for a variety of clients, from bands and models to consumer goods …Read More »
The RTS fans actually want! “After the Great War, farmers found a plethora of unexploded ordnance, barbed wire, weapons, shrapnel and bullets while ploughing their fields. They called it the Iron Harvest.” The Game Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy game (RTS) set in the alternate reality of 1920+, just after …Read More »
BUILT ON HOPE: A Review of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
In 2016, it seemed like there was a worldwide shortage of hope. On the very day that I went to see “Rogue One”, Carrie Fisher, best known for portraying Princess/General Leia Organa in the Star Wars films, died after suffering a massive heart attack on Christmas Day. Hope felt elusive, …Read More »
THE BLESSED DARK
A Look Back at the Third and Final Season of “Penny Dreadful” Season one was, while being more of a compelling drama than just a straight-forward horror series, still had brilliant moments of horror with great performances, a strong mythology (the pursuit of a master vampire in order to save …Read More »
THE JOKE IS ON US
Spoiler-Filled Review of DC Animated’s “Batman: The Killing Joke” Before I begin, there is something you should know: I have gone on record as saying that “Batman: The Killing Joke” is one of the greatest comics of the 20th Century (check Wikipedia; I’m quoted). Writer Alan Moore, artist Brian Bolland …Read More »
No, Marvel and DC are Not Destroying Your Childhoods: A brief look at the recent age of reboots, retcons, and re-imaginings in comic books.
May 25, 2016 is a day that will live in fleeting infamy. Writer Nick Spencer and artist Jesus Saiz put out the first issue of “Steve Rogers: Captain America”, and the internet erupted in a firestorm of fury (comic geek pun intended) as Marvel used this first issue to show …Read More »
NEW PLAYERS IN HELL’S KITCHEN – A Review of Season Two of “Daredevil”
WARNING: SPOILERS INBOUND! The nature of heroism is something that seems simple enough to define from a personal point of view. Some define it as being self-sacrificing for the greater good; some define it as being a protector and savior of innocents. Some define heroism as taking it upon themselves …Read More »
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