STAR TREK is back. It’s been twelve years since I could plop down in front of a TV and watch new STAR TREK. Yes, the new show, STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, will only be available on CBS All Access after the first episode. However, for those glorious sixty minutes, Star Trek was back. My thoughts on […]Read more "Review: Why fans should give ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ a chance"
Okay, I am not going to lie. Yesterday was a huge bummer for me. It was announced by Variety that Bryan Fuller, the endlessly talented genius behind such great shows as Pushing Daisies, Wonderfalls & Hannibal, would be stepping back as show-runner on the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery. I can’t even begin to describe the immense crushing feeling I […]Read more "Why I Haven’t Lost Hope for “Star Trek: Discovery”"
As anyone will attest, I’ve always been a huge Batman fan. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t love Batman. It was as if I came out of the womb with a Bat-insignia emblazoned on my chest. However, I’ve always shared an affinity for DC’s other significant superhero: Superman. Even though I might prefer […]Read more "Why Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman is the Modern Superman We Need & Deserve"
“It’s beautiful.” Those words were the final words spoken in the season (and probably series) finale of Hannibal on Saturday night (it aired on Thursday in Canada, so many people who were starved were able to devour it before its official premiere). They were also incredibly fitting, describing the show’s final hour in a display […]Read more "Why ‘Hannibal’ was a bloody perfect finale"
Warning: This review, or post, will include MAJOR SPOILERS for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Please read further at your own risk. I admit I was worried going into Christopher Nolan’s newest opus, Interstellar. As a self-admitted huge Christopher Nolan fan, I was worried that I would either be 1) extremely biased or 2) disappointed because my expectations were so […]Read more "“Interstellar”: This generation’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”"
Sometimes I miss the good ‘ole days. I remember in the summer of 1999 before Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace was about to come out. The hype was staggering. I remember watching the trailer months before the movie opened and that being my only glimpse of the film until I saw the movie […]Read more "The Evolution (or Devolution) of Movie Anticipation: Are We Spoiled?"
The latest film from Falling Awake Productions is online. Check out Streamline, a science-fiction short film. It was produced by Seneca Lester and Miles Van Denburg. It stars Joel Reitsma, Cheryl Graeff and Bruce Edwin Moore. The story follows a man haunted by traumatic memories must confront his past while eluding mysterious pursuers. The film has been […]Read more "“Streamline” on Vimeo"