An Apology to the Neighbors of The Wolfpack Family

Netflix has a great selection of documentaries you can stream right from your toilet and or couch. Everyone knows that. The Wolfpack is one of those great documentaries, click the link below for the trailer… The Wolfpack lets us into the lives of the Angulo kids. Six brothers, possibly clones, who grew up confined if not imprisoned […]

TV Review: Preacher Series Premiere

I never had to chance to dive into the Preacher comics, I hear good things. So even if Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg weren’t involved I’d be interested. But the fact that they are producing the show along with Sam Caitlin, makes me extra eager to see what the deal is with this show. From what […]

True American Films: The Raid

Nothing is more American than Asian martial arts movies. For decades now children have been channeling Bruce Lee and pretending to murder each with spinning back kicks while their parents drink mimosas and or malt liquor. Martial arts movies have been a healthy staple for any action movie fan, and if you haven’t been lucky enough to […]

TV Review: Lady Dynamite Pilot

Some people may not know who Maria Bamford is yet. Some people only know her as that lady who does the voices. Fans of  Maria Bamford know that she’s an usually loopy yet absurdly funny comedian, and I think most of her fans will agree with me when I say it’s awesome to see her come out […]

Double Feature Suggestion: Under The Skin & Ex Machina

In 2013 and 2015 the indie motion picture company A24 came out with two sci-fi masterpieces that have more or less flown under the radar. Under The Skin and Ex Machina, both starring gorgeous actresses in not so gorgeous roles, raise the bar in modern science fiction. Although the two movies may draw influences from many classics, […]

Unsubstantiated & Uninformed Predictions: Rogue One

Everyone has seen The Force Awakens. It dropped into the world like a falling Imperial Star Destroyer straight into the surface of Jakku, infecting the world with Star Wars fever once again. From my perspective it easily falls into the top three all time Star Wars movies so far, some people think it’s decent, but generally the people […]

TV Review: Sneaky Pete Pilot

Last year Amazon released the pilot for Sneaky Pete, which you can stream right now with Prime, and quite honestly it snuck past me until recently. Executive produced by Bryan Cranston, AKA that guy in his underwear, and starring Giovanni Ribisi. Sneaky Pete tells the story of a con man, recently released from prison and on […]

Unsubstantiated & Uninformed Predictions: X-Men: Apocalypse

Here’s the first of many in an ongoing series of articles called Unsubstantiated & Uninformed Predictions, where both seemingly plausible and wildly unlikely predictions will be made about upcoming movies or TV shows. Think what you will about the X-Men movies. Some people love them, some people hate them, some people are just into the Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan […]

Marco? Polo.

If you thought this was going to be a post on the differences in strategy when it comes to the shallow end compared to the deep end during a game of Marco Polo, you’ve made a wrong turn. Marco Polo is the fantastic, wondrous, violent, and seductive Netflix show about the adventures of Italian explorer Marco Polo as […]