Coming hot off the popularity and success of Wonder Woman, Dr. Marston and the Wonder Women is a far cry away from the polish, color, and lightness of a superhero film. In fact, this much more adult film tackles not only the challenges of romance, psychology, and sexual partnership in complex and NOT action-packed ways, it also blends two relatively under-represented subcultures on the big screen.
Ridley Scott’s 1982 Cult Hit Blade Runner is often credited with a great many introductions. It’s often described as the first mainstream cyberpunk aesthetic put to film. The countless films and media it… Continue reading
The Action Landscape in 2017 It’s a great time to be an action movie cinaphile. While the 90s and early 2000s held their respective heads above water, the recent years’ entries have provided… Continue reading
Err’body Hyped, yet Err’body Beefing Bout Suicide Squad As a continuation of the focus on sidestepping influence from online voices whilst still personally identifying one’s own opinion, this article will be tackling… Continue reading
Academic titles aren’t exactly barrels of fun, but succinctly stating theses in a single sentence is hardly a walk in the park. Basically, below you’re gonna find part 1 of an article… Continue reading
Cultural phenomena are often really fun to peep as they crest their wave of popularity. Approaching any medium that’s got the hive buzzing gets me curious. “Why is seemingly everyone raving about this show?”… Continue reading