Category:  Reviews

By Murjani Rawls, July 7, 2020 0 Reviews

Ask yourself this question. What would you do if you could change identities seemingly on the fly? Would you use it as a temporary escape and could you do it knowing that you are upending someone else’s life entirely? These… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, July 3, 2020 0 Reviews

The J.G. Dillard directed and Jordan Peele written ‘Downtime’ is a central narrative-based sprint. In most of the first season of the revived CBS iteration, many of the episodes offered a critique on current events. Every once in a while,… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, July 3, 2020 0 Reviews

Due to the ongoing pandemic, let’s just say human interaction is altered for the time being. Handshakes and hugs have been substituted for Zoom meetings and Netflix watch parties. Who knows how long will it go? As much as we… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, May 25, 2020 0 Reviews

1954’s suspense-thriller Rear Window and the 2007 remake, Disturbia both taught us to be extra cautious of the neighbor next door. Now add a supernatural witch who seemingly has an endless amount of powers into the mix. The Wretched, directed… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, March 4, 2020 0 Reviews

I remember the first time viewing the 1933 version of director James Whale’s The Invisible Man which was an adaptation of H.G. Wells novel for the first time. Particularly, the scene where Claude Reigns unveils being invisible for the first time… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, February 21, 2020 0 Reviews

Being within a confined space can be a terrifying experience for some. The best examples of this in previous horror movies are 1980’s The Shining (oddly enough, in an enclosed, snowy setting) and 2005’s The Descent. Characters come face to… Read More »

By Murjani Rawls, October 2, 2019 0 Columns, Reviews

‘Joker’ is punishing, daring, and unforgiven. Coupled with an outstanding performance by Joaquin Phoenix, the movie takes a look at the human condition.

By Joe Ballard, May 6, 2019 0 Reviews

Eugeo takes center stage this week, grappling between execution and mercy as he and Kirito begin their infiltration of the Axiom Church.  One of the best aspects of SAO’s Alicization arc is that, for once, Kirito is not a standard overpowered… Read More »

By Joe Ballard, April 29, 2019 0 Reviews

The full story of Cardinal and Administrator’s past conflict is revealed as Kirito and Eugeo prepare to fight for the Underworld’s future.  Continuing right where episode 12 left off, Cardinal unveils even more startling revelations to Kirito this week in… Read More »

By Joe Ballard, April 23, 2019 0 Reviews

The harrowing story behind the creation of the Underworld and its people begins to take shape in “The Sage of the Library”. Kirito’s priorities have been shifting since he first arrived in the Underworld following his real-world assault. At the… Read More »